Welcome to The British Army Hub

Lead from the front, do something that matters, and put other people first. Become a British Army Officer and you’ll get much more from life than you ever would with a civilian career – you’ll become part of a tradition of leadership and selfless service that stretches back hundreds of years.

Read more

Typically recruits

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

To find out more about our organisation please visit:

Over 700 students have Followed us on Gradcracker.
All Army Officers complete their training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (RMAS).
The RMAS is recognised as one of the best leadership courses in the world.
There are 3 Officer intakes a year with a total intake of over 700.
After 3 - 4 years you can expect to reach the rank of Captain, which comes with a yearly salary of up to £46,660.
Benefits include 30 days’ holiday, free gym & sports facilities, free medical & dental cover as well as a pension.
As well as a large UK contingency, British Officers and soldiers are currently serving on every continent in the world.

Placements / Internships

Engineer Emma

Engineering; How exciting can it be? Where can it take me? 170 (Infrastructure Support) Engineer Group, Royal Engineers, is a ‘hybrid’ Regular and Reserve organisation that provides ‘Infrastructure Support’ for all three armed services and to other government departments when called upon. Although military operations feature heavily we also support stabilisation of host nations as well as humanitarian aid and civil emergency, for example building hospitals for the...

Owen Larsen

Captain in the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

"The job is very challenging and provides a variety of opportunities for developing skills that could easily be transferred into civilian life."

Read more

170 (Infrastructure Support) Engineer Group

Industry Engagement – EX MARTELLO STRETCH 17 - By Capt Terry Gillard RE Background Problem, how do you set yourself apart in a crowded recruiting environment for the Army Reserves? 170 (Infrastructure Support) Engineer Group (170 Engr Gp) has increased its Army Reserve trained strength against establishment from 52% in Apr 13 to 89% today. This has been achieved by identifying our unique selling points, understanding where to find suitable recruits, a positive and pro-active...

Added: 2nd August 2017

Jim Oliver

Troop Commander

"I found that the practical problem solving I learnt at university stood me in an excellent position for life in the Royal Engineers."

Read more

Exercise Gundulf Drive 2016

Recently, Reservists from 170 Engineer Group deployed to Cyprus for their Annual Training Period (ATP). A Reservists ATP gives them an excellent opportunity to work in an environment similar to what they would on operations. The Reservists broke down into their Specialist Team Royal Engineers (STREs), each focusing on a particular aspect of infrastructure and doing related tasks around the Sovereign Base Area. Some of the STREs sent to Cyprus had specialisations including Water, Fuels, Power,...