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Wednesday, 4 January 2017

Entry requirements for the police force

Police applicants may all need university degrees.
A plan that requires all police applicants to have university degrees is likely to be trialed in 2017. Government policy recognises that policing is a complex job which needs university graduates and this is expected to be made a minimum requirement, in line with the majority of other professions. Servicemen and Servicewomen aiming for a professional second career in Civvy Street might make gaining a university degree their new year's resolution. gives military personnel, ex-Forces and their families the opportunity to study for a university management degree online.
Now, BA (Honours) in Business Management and a MBA (master’s degree) are being offered to all those who want to keep their job but still gain a university degree, at a cost that they can afford.
These degrees are from the award winning Anglia Ruskin University, which is in the top ten UK universities for distance learning (see
By using military experience and a 2-part qualification, our distinct system allows Servicemen and women to gain eligibility points, even when they do not have sufficient academic qualifications for a direct university application. The procedure has recently been adapted to reward military families, by crediting their unique experiences and extra responsibilities.
The better UK universities are well regarded by multi-national employers due to a combination of prestige, history, English language and world-leading research. We have a number of reports from studies on pay and employment success that support this fact and will gladly respond to any enquiry on ‘what can a management BA or MBA degree do for me?’
You can research both the university ( and its online provider LSM (, who will run your study programme.
Alternatively, you could just contact us by email ( or go to our website. Our brief is to manage your application at no cost to yourself but you will also benefit from our funding advice and support right through to your graduation. 

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