Army Medical Service Professionally Qualified Officer bursaries are available to potential Medical, Dental, Veterinary, Nursing, and Allied Health Professional officers. Bursaries are offered to students who are studying for a recognised qualifying degree who meet the Army’s eligibility requirements. The maximum award will consist of a series of lump sum payments in each of the last 3 years of study, followed by a lump sum on completion of initial officer training at the Sandhurst.
If you're thinking of joining the Army as a musician, you could now get up to £10,000. How much you get will depend on how well you do in your audition.
The Army now offers a tiered bursary scheme with Standard (£6,000), Technical (£16,000) and Enhanced (£24,000) options. All 3 have different eligibility criteria and all bursars will be expected to join the Officer Training Corps (OTC) whilst at university. An Army undergraduate bursar is also given a provisional place at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst following which they will be required to complete a minimum of 3 years commissioned service.
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