Climbing, Dolomites, Northern Italy
During your time with the UOTC, you will have plenty of opportunities to get involved in AT expeditions and travel around the world. You will get paid for most of them and often gain qualifications that are military and civilian recognised.
In your second or third year you can also plan your own unique AT expedition.
Each UOTC runs a different range of AT expeditions. As a member of the Army Reserve, you will also be eligible to the same courses as Regular and Reserve personnel. Above are some examples of what you could get up to.
An intake of new Officer Cadets usually occurs every September/October. Find out what basic requirements you need to join.