Royal Navy

The Royal Navy is Britain’s Maritime Armed Force, protecting our nation’s interests around the globe. We operate in some of the world’s most high impact situations, and technology is at the heart of everything we do. In order to respond to any natural disasters or events that threaten our economy or national...

Read more

Typically recruits

  • Aerospace
  • Chemical
  • Civil/Building
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Materials & Minerals
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Sciences/Maths

The facts

Over 3,600 students have Followed us on Gradcracker.
A Gradcracker advertiser for at least five years - ideal for your shortlist!
Graduate intake: 80+
The first permanent administration for the Navy via Letters Patent was in 1546.
Royal Navy ships operate with many countries across the Middle East.
Devonport is the largest Royal Naval base in Western Europe.
The type 45 destroyer has enough electrical cabling to stretch the length of the M25 three times.
Receive a £27,000 joining bonus
The reactor in the Royal Navy's latest Astute class submarines is fuelled for the life of the vessel.

Graduate Opportunities (6)

James

Marine Engineer

Originally from Walsall, I completed my A-Levels at Welbeck Defence Sixth Form College before studying for my Bachelor’s Degree in Electro-Mechanical Engineering at Aston University as part of the Defence Technical Undergraduate Scheme....

Read more

Tom

Weapon Engineer

Tom joined the Royal Navy in November 2012 having graduated from Plymouth University, he passed out of BRNC during the summer of 2013 where he went on to train to become a Weapons Engineer; with the aim of joining a ship as the Deputy Weapons...

Read more

Rich

Marine Engineer

I joined Welbeck Defence Sixth Form College where I did my A-Levels, played a lot of sport and reached a national semi-final in rugby having gone on a 2 week rugby tour to Canada. I also learned various military skills including: sailing,...

Read more

Royal Navy charity cyclists warm-up

Cyclists from the Royal Navy submarine HMS Talent staging a fixed-cycle ride at a Plymouth supermarket on yesterday (Wednesday) ahead of a charity road ride from Plymouth to London. The submariners completed 400km (248 miles) on the training pedal - the distance of the actual cycle ride in November. They also raised £983.40p by collecting from shoppers at Sainsbury’s, at Plympton, for the Royal Navy/Royal Marines Charity. Team organiser Chief Petty Officer Craig Parker...

Oct 17, 2016

Read more