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The recruitment in to the Short Service course is a yearly exercise which is carried out by the Nigerian Navy every year. This is usually in April or July and it is made available to both male and female.
However, there are other prerequisites that determine your eligibility if you’re interested in attending the Nigerian Short Service. Below are the requirements:
- O’Level result: You must possess at least 5 credits including English and Mathematics in not more than 2 sittings in your WASSCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB.
- Age: You must be between the ages of 18 and 26 and you must validate this claim with a birth certificate that has been endorsed by any of the relevant bodies such as the National Population Commission, the Local Government or an accredited hospital.
- Marital status: You must be single as at the time of the application
- Height: You must be at least 1.70 metres in heights if you’re male or 1.67 if you’re female.
- Health: You must be physically and medically fit. If you have any of the following medical cases, you need not apply:
- Sight problem;
- Hearing difficulties;
- Previous major orthopedic operation;
- Flat foot;
- Fracture, stammering or any other natural disability;
- Pregnant women
- Referees: You must provide 2 referees
- State of origin: You must show your state of origin
- Track record: You must have a clean record with no evidence of being an ex-convict.