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This degree offers a well-balanced and highly relevant programme studying Britain’s Armed Forces and the history of warfare. It is especially appealing for those planning a career in HM Armed Forces but it also provides a wide range of skills that are attractive to employers in the public and private sectors.
It is a requirement of the Armed Forces degree that during your three years of study at the University of Wolverhampton you will serve as a member of HM Reserve Forces (Army, Royal Navy or Royal Air Force) or the Officer Training Corps. As such you must meet the necessary physical entry requirements of HM Armed Forces.
You will study a wide range of topics including: contemporary warfare, command and leadership, counter insurgency and naval warfare. In your final year, you will complete an in-depth dissertation project studying key issues and problems relating to HM Armed Forces. In addition, your training in HM Armed Forces will improve your fitness, confidence and leadership skills. Furthermore, service with the Reserve Forces is paid at an attractive rate and provides unique opportunities for travel around the globe.
New students and those who are undecided on which branch of service to join are encouraged to consider the University Platoon of 4th Mercian.
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