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    Undergraduate Apprenticeship Scheme (UGAS)

    This is your opportunity to be part of one of the Royal Navy’s most elite teams – and join one of the world’s most respected engineering apprenticeships. You’ll be paid to study for a degree in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, and gain practical skills using some of the most advanced kit on the planet, as you travel the world.

    The role at a glance
    • Age: 18 - 34
    • Education: A-level or BTEC
    • Salary: £33,000 How much you’ll earn from day one
    • Holiday: 6 weeks of paid holiday every year
    • Progression: £51,000 Earn over this amount as you progress
    • Benefits: BEng Hons Get your Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering degree paid for
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