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Hello, Im currently in the process of joining the Royal Navy and i am currently studying Aerospace Engineering With Flybe however this will have no relevance when im in the navy. As the military liscences are completely different. The process of joining up can take months my question is do i stay and carry on studying this which has no relevance or do i go and seek a full time job until the application process is completed? Thanks Dylan
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How long is your study period with Flybe? What qualification do you receive? What job roles could this lead to? Why the RN? Why air engineer? What’s the guarantee of selection if you leave studying and then end up in this temporary full time job?
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Study period with Flybe is 4 years however I’m 1.5 years through I don’t enjoy the course, the job roles it can lead to are being a b1.1 licensed civilian aircraft engineer but needs a further 3 years training to gain the license, I want to join the navy to travel the world and meet many friends for life, Air engineer as I’m really really interested in military aircraft ever since I was a young kid, if I wasn’t to get into the navy then I would settle for the Rating air engineer and if that was to fail then my final option would be to join the RAF, and if all fails I’ll do an apprenticeship manufacturing engine components for rolls Royce, Pratt and Whitney etc
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