Want to travel the world and make a difference? The Army Reserve is the perfect place to start – whether you’re fully trained or have already started a degree in Nursing. You’ll help keep the Army running, whether that’s by helping soldiers in the field, at an NHS trust or from a Medical Regiment in the UK. Wherever the British Army is, you’ll find our Nurses giving first rate nursing care in all sorts of environments and situations.
Reach new heights. Make a difference.
As you travel the world, gaining valuable skills and civilian recognised qualifications along the way, you’ll learn how to work in the most challenging environments with minimal equipment. This is your chance to achieve greatness and learn vital skills that’ll set you up for life. This is your chance to do something that matters.
You’ll be paid on a daily rate commensurate to your qualifications. This includes being paid for weekly drill nights. Plus, if you complete all of your annual training days, you’re entitled to a tax-free lump sum called a bounty.
JOIN AS A REGISTERED NURSE
You'll command a team that provides the highest standard of care. Army nursing can be tough, so we'll give you the best possible military and professional training. You can develop your skills throughout your career with further study up to and beyond MSc level, funded by us. It's not all hard work though. You'll also get to travel, take part in Adventure Training and play sports for the Army. With a competitive salary, non-contributory pension and free healthcare too, you'll get great rewards - and an amazing experience.
Opportunities to commission as an Officer depend upon your knowledge, skills and experience. During your Army Nursing application, we will advise and support you in making the right career choice for you so that you can realise your true potential.
JOIN AS A STUDENT NURSE
You can join the Army Reserve as a Student Nurse, however, until you complete your Nurse training and are registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) you will fulfil an alternative role within the medical unit of your choice.
To become an Army Reserve Nurse you’ll:
- Need to be registered with the National Medical Council.
- Be clinically qualified, current and working in this field
For more information on entry requirements Search Army Nurse.
Our next deadline for application is 30th September 2022, with further opportunities ongoing throughout the year. This is your chance to experience full-time soldier opportunities in a role that fits around your life. Are you ready for an adventure?
Find where you belong.