Who We Are
“When you enrol through our paid university program, the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) will pay for your tuition, books and academic equipment. You will also receive a salary and benefits while you attend school. Your salary will include full medical and dental care as well as vacation with full pay. In exchange, you must complete two months of service in the CAF for each month of paid tuition.
If you qualify for paid university, you will enter the Canadian Military College system under the Regular Officer Training Plan (ROTP). As part of this plan, you will complete your undergraduate degree at either the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario, The Royal Military College Saint-Jean in Saint-Jean, Quebec, or any accredited program at a Canadian university. Students begin the program as Officer Cadets and receive a first-class education that balances academics, leadership, bilingualism and athletics. In addition to a university education, Officer Cadets receive military training, occupation training and second language training.”
PO Box 15000 Station Forces,
PO Box 15000 Station Forces
RMC is situated on Point Frederick just east of downtown Kingston, Ontario. It is a beautiful location, overlooking the city, the entrance to the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario.
Regular Officer Training Plan (ROTP)
If you qualify for paid university, you will enter the Canadian Military College system under ROTP. Students begin the program as Officer Cadets and receive a first-class education that balances academics, leadership, bilingualism and athletics. In most cases, our students complete their studies at the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC).
If you have an average of at least 70 percent in the subjects required for your program, you will begin your studies as a senior applicant. The first year of your program will take place at the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC), or Royal Military College Saint-Jean (RMC Saint-Jean). If you are attending RMC Saint-Jean, you will complete the last three years of your degree at RMC.
Aboriginal Leadership Opportunities Year (ALOY)
ALOYis a one-year educational and leadership experience through the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC) in Kingston, Ontario. The ALOY program includes:
• Field trips
• Leadership development
• Military training
• Cultural support activities
• Individual learning plans
Through these learning plans, you will take part in individual and small group tutorials for pre-university (non-credit) and first-year university courses.
As part of the program, you will enrol in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) for one year as an Officer Cadet and receive free tuition and books. You may request to leave the program at any time. At the end of the year, you may apply to continue at RMC in a degree program through the Regular Officer Training Plan.
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Basic Admissions Requirements
RMCC uses Grade 10 and 11 marks, and applicants must verify that they are taking the course in Grade 12 required for their intended degree.
IB and AP Credits
IB and AP programs are recognized as beneficial but no transfer credits are granted.
English Proficiency Requirements
RMCC is a bilingual university. Applicants must be able to communicate in either English or French to be considered for admission.
The application deadline is January 31 however it’s recommended that students apply in September of their final year of high school to allow time for processing of their application.
There is no application fee to apply to the ROTP program.
Entrance Scholarships Deadline
RMCC offers a fully subsidized education for all successful applicants into the Regular Officer Training Program (ROTP).
All ROTP students are required to live in residence, and rooms are assigned on arrival.
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