If you have 180 UCAS points or more and want to gain a fully-funded honours degree then joining the Royal Navy as an officer is an ideal way to do it.
For Warfare and Logistic Officers, Plymouth University, in partnership with the Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC), offers a mandated Foundation Degree (FdSc) in Maritime Studies which is awarded on successful completion of your professional training (Phase 1 and 2). The FdSc is designed to incorporate professional/vocational training with academic/educational courses.
With the FdSc you have the option to enrol on the Route to Honours programme with Plymouth University (BRNC) which will result in a BSc (Hons) in Defence Studies. Alternative routes to honours degrees may be partly funded via, for example, the Open University or the University of Portsmouth.
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For Fleet Air Arm personnel, the Military Aviation Academy offers a Foundation Degree in Military Aviation Studies, validated by the OU, which is awarded following the successful completion of flying training. The MAA also offers a Route to Honours degree in BSc (Hons) Military Aviation Studies (RN) accredited by Plymouth University.
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