On-campus programs

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Your Canadian adventure awaits in Victoria, BC

At Royal Roads, you'll find a range of full-time, on-campus programs tailored for your success.

As an international student, you'll join a vibrant student community, gain valuable Canadian work experience*, and pave the way for IRCC’s Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP).

Gain Canadian work experience while you study

Depending on your program, you can engage in internships, co-ops, or field practices that bridge your academic studies with professional experience through work-integrated learning.

Our Career Services team can connect you with these opportunities through career fairs, industry partnerships and dedicated support services.

Graduate programs offered on campus

Undergraduate programs offered on campus

Our undergraduate programs are designed for students who have completed some of their post-secondary education elsewhere. See how you can leverage your existing knowledge and qualifications to earn a bachelor's degree.

Interested in a professional certificate? See our Global Workforce Skills program offered through Professional & Continuing Studies

* Most international students are eligible to work while studying. However, there are different work eligibility requirements for working on campus and off campus. Therefore, it is important to review the complete eligibility criteria for working while studying. 

** The programs listed above are full-time on-campus programs that must be taken according to the program schedule to qualify as a PGWP-eligible program. Not all programs at RRU meet the eligibility criteria for PGWP (e.g., Blended and online programs). In addition to completing a PGWP-eligible program, other factors may impact eligibility. Therefore, reviewing the complete eligibility criteria for the PGWP before you begin your program to maintain your eligibility throughout your studies is important. IRCC has final discretion.