Take the first step toward an extraordinary career.
We'll make you more than a soldier - we'll help develop you as a person.
Use your talents, develop new skills and be rewarded for you achievements.
Navigation tight tunnels and search for IEDs. Put your teamwork skills to the test.
Join an Army college when you leave school and get paid over £260 a week while you receive military and vocational training.
Pension. Subsidised travel, accommodation and food. On-site sports and entertainment. Free medical and dental care.
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If you’re aged 16-32, you could be eligible to receive a Further Education Bursary to study before joining the Army.
If you're going to or at University now, the Army has several financial support schemes to help you complete your course.
Join the Army and you never stop learning. Get a degree, A levels, or even an HGV licence.
You’re in the thick of the action as part if the Army’s elite fighting force. You combine bravery and skill to face the enemy head on.
You’ll operate and maintain the high-tech signalling kit that keeps Engineers in touch with each other, and with their commanders.
You deliver the right kit, to the right place at the right time. Everything that the engineers need gets delivered, thanks to you.
Using cutting-edge technology, you compile, compare and manage geographic data, and conduct analysis of battlefield terrains.
As an expert in explosives you handle, test and dispose of everything from bullets to bombs, ensuring the safety of fellow soldiers.
Highly skilled, members of the Army, giving front-line emergency first aid and casualty evacuation in the most testing conditions.
With 220 Army roles, we’re here to help choose the right one for you.
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This section aims to answer all your questions about joining the Army.
Explaining what you face in your first round of tests and interviews.