Exploiting opportunities The MOD looks to your future by being strongly committed to your resettlement, giving you access to help and tools to set you up for civilian life.
Terrorism Studies online course from CSTPV at the University of St Andrews.
The first transnational counter-terrorism online course to provide individuals, military and police, as well as public and private sector organisations with an understanding of the latest thinking on terrorism and homeland security.
Former RAF Gunner and Southwark resident Paul Croney will swap his military uniform for a gown and mortar board, as he celebrates his university graduation on 8 November. Military life and then shifts in the police force meant that Paul, 34, didn’t have much time to think about returning to study until 12 years after finishing his A-levels. However, his military background and experiences of conflict in the Middle East, serving alongside personnel from other nations, gave Paul a strong interest in how politics works at a global level.
If you already have sufficient qualifications or you end up without the exam grades you were looking for (or you don’t have an offer for a place at university for the coming academic year, 2016), the UCAS Clearing system could be for you.
Manchester University (as part of a consortium with Liverpool and Sheffield) offers a renowned NTEC MSc course. Civvy Street spoke with two recent graduates to find out more about it and how it has shaped their careers.