Interested in an all-expenses-paid university education?
Looking for a great career in the Canadian Armed Forces?
Then attend one of Canada’s Royal Military Colleges.
Royal Military College Kingston, Ontario
Collège militaire royal Saint Jean, Québec
You will receive a truly excellent education…plus leadership, physical fitness, and bilingual skills that are integral parts of the program.
The Colleges have superb educational and sports facilities, small class sizes, and four-year undergraduate degree programs in Social Sciences and Humanities, Engineering, and Sciences. See the Colleges brochure.
The Nova Scotia Branch Can Help
As an alumni association, the Nova Scotia Branch is dedicated to the success of the Colleges and can provide information and assistance to anyone from the three Maritime Provinces wishing to apply.
Since 1876 the Royal Military College of Canada has enabled young Canadians to become strong leaders for the Canadian Armed Forces and for Canada by providing a great university education while enhancing their physical fitness, bilingualism and leadership skills.
The Royal Military College is situated midway between Toronto and Montreal at the eastern end of Lake Ontario. The College campus, rich in history, heritage and tradition, is located on Point Frederick, a peninsula just east of downtown Kingston.
Canada’s newest military college, it prepares young Canadians to become strong leaders for the Canadian Armed Forces and for Canada by providing a great university education while enhancing physical fitness, bilingualism and leadership skills. Programs include:
Preparatory year – equivalent to grade 12 in most provinces and the first year of college level studies in Québec
Common First Year for cadets who will complete their studies at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario
Four-year Bachelor Degree Program in International Studies
Bilingualism is a key element of the Collège militaire royal.
The campus of the Collège militaire royal is situated 45 kilometres south-east of Montréal on the Richelieu River in Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu .