The Royal Military College of Canada, commonly known as RMC is the Military College of the Canadian Armed Forces located in Kingston, Ontario in Canada and was established in 1876. The college is the only federal institution in Canada with degree-granting powers. The College awards degree in the field of sciences, arts and engineering. Programs are offered at both undergraduate and graduates levels on Campus and online.
RMC is the only higher institution that placed its students on monthly salaries. The college is Internationally recognized and reckoned as the best institution in Canada in the area of research in the field of engineering ( chemical, computer and electrical, and aerospace, ammunition, mechanical, and civil), environmental sciences, physics, chemistry, space, international and cybersecurity, humanities, governance and the economics of defence.
The college accepts both local and international students into its programs. The RMC mission is to train, educate and develop Officer Cadets for leadership careers for effective service in the Canadian Navy, Airforce and Armed Forces. This page will enlighten you more about the Royal Military College courses, tuition fees, programs and so on.
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Royal Military College Map And Location
Kingston is the town where the Royal Military College is located. The community has a population range of 50,000-249,999 inhabitants. Many buildings in Kingston were constructed using the local limestone which makes it the limestone city. In 1841, the city was named the first capital of the United Province of Canada but this ended in 1844. The Wyandot people were the first to occupy the city before the arrival of the French. Kingston was a major military centre during the 1812 war.
This city was the home of Canada’s first Prime Minister, Sir John A. Macdonald. In the 20th century, the town grew through a series of annexations of lands in adjacent Kingston Township. After the second world war, the city’s economy grew from an industrial to an institutional base.
Royal Military College Programs
RMC trains develop and educates its students for future leadership careers in Canada and beyond. The programs are offered both on-campus and by distance learning in both English and French languages. The college offers 19 undergraduate courses, 34 graduates, and including 14 doctorates courses under the faculty programs listed below.
Below is the list of programs offered in the Royal Military College,
- Applied Military Science
- Continuing Studies.
Royal Military College Jobs
Employment opportunities are available at RMC Campus to both local and international students. Certain positions at RMC in the area of hospitality, athletics, retails and other casual positions are always listed on the school website. In addition, job positions are always open to professors and part-time instructors to teach or supervise students. Interested applicants can visit the college website for more details.
Royal Military College Tuition Fees
RMC offers a free education system for most undergraduate students on campus. These students (officer cadets) in addition are entitled to monthly salaries and fundings. With that said, RMC charge tuition fees for its students because of commitments to leadership and military service.
For Canadian undergraduate students, tuition fees costs between $2,780 – $3,710 and $2,780 – $3,165 for Canadian Graduate students. For International undergraduate and graduate students, tuition fees vary from $8,750 – $9,000 and $6,200 – $6,700 respectively. The lower tuition fees are mostly for the arts and sciences programs, while the higher amounts are mostly for the engineering courses.
In addition to tuition fees, universities generally charge fees for goods and services supplied to students. This includes areas such as student associations, sports and health. These additional fees vary widely per university and per student and can run from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. Check with the university for details.
Note: The tuition fees are bound to be amended at any time.