- Application deadline: All year round.
- Starting salaries: £28k+
- Regions: All UK
- Industries: Military
- Website: http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/
- Email: N/A
- Telephone: N/A
- Address: For written enquiries:
Ministerial Correspondence Unit
Ministry of Defence
Floor 5, Zone A Main Building
What is Royal Navy?
The Royal Navy is an organisation that operates military operations, predominantly at sea, but also on land and in the air, to protect the UK's interests both at home and abroad. Incorporating maritime law enforcement, search and rescue operations and humanitarian interventions, the Royal Navy works to prevent conflicts, but offers military support if necessary. The Royal Navy employs more than 37,000 people globally, and offers exciting career prospects for dedicated and hands-on graduates, especially those with an interest in travel and international relations.
What roles are available at Royal Navy?
Various roles available form Engineering and IT, to Dentistry to Combat.
Application process for Royal Navy.
Entry requirements and type of person suited for Royal Navy.
No degree requirements set. Suitable applicants for the Royal Navy need to be motivated, energetic, enthusiastic and hard-working. An interest in travel and international relations could be an advantage if coupled with a desire to make a difference. Strong leadership potential and good communications skills would also set graduates in good stead.
Future prospects and training at Royal Navy.
All roles have their own tailored training programmes designed to fully equip graduates for life within the Royal Navy.
Other comments about Royal Navy.
The Royal Navy offers early management opportunities, good promotion prospects and excellent job security.
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