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  1. 13 de set. de 2023 · Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC) is a modern, military college steeped in traditional values, delivering learning that is inspiring, challenging and relevant to meet Fleet operational capability. It has been at the forefront of the education and development of world class Naval Officers in Dartmouth since 1863.

  2. 5 de ago. de 2023 · Britannia Royal Naval College (BRNC), comumente conhecido como Dartmouth, é a academia naval do Reino Unido e o estabelecimento de treinamento inicial de oficiais da Marinha Real. Ele está localizado em uma colina com vista para o porto de Dartmouth, Devon, Inglaterra .

  3. 30 de mar. de 2023 · Britannia Royal Naval College’s global Alumni – celebrating the past, supporting the present and building for the future.

  4. 17 de set. de 2017 · Click to Follow DartmouthBRNC. Britannia Royal Naval College. @DartmouthBRNC. Official feed for Britannia Royal Naval College delivering world class Naval Officer training in Dartmouth since 1863, and RN leadership training since 2008.

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    The training of naval officers at Dartmouth dates from 1863 when the wooden hulk HMS Britannia was moved from Portland and moored in the River Dart. In 1864, after an influx of new recruits, Britannia was supplemented by HMS Hindustan. Prior to this there had been a Royal Naval Academy (later Royal Naval College) at Portsmouth from 1733 to 1837. Th...

    Today, officer cadets, as they are known until passing out from the college, can join between the ages of 18 and 32. While most cadets join BRNC after finishing university, some still join directly from school. All spend between 28 and 49 weeks at the college, depending on specialisation. There is a large contingent of foreign and Commonwealth stud...

    To enter as an officer cadet, British entrants must have 180 or more Universities and Colleges Admissions Service UCAS points. Prospective cadets then proceed to the Admiralty Interview Board, where they are tested mentally and physically. Several mental aptitudetests are administered, along with a basic physical fitness test and a medical examinat...

    King George V and King George VI were naval cadets at Dartmouth, as were the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales and the Duke of York. It is said that the Duke of Edinburgh met the then Princess Elizabeth at Dartmouth.[citation needed] Prince William spent a brief period at the College after leaving Sandhurstas part of his training with all thre...

    Source for list below: Listing compiled by historian Colin Mackie;additional references are given in the list. 1. Captain William E. Goodenough: May 1905-August 1907 2. Captain Trevylyan D. W. Napier: August 1907-July 1910 3. Captain Hugh Evan-Thomas: July 1910-July 1912 4. Captain the Hon. Victor A. Stanley: July 1912-? 1914 5. Rear-Admiral Trevyl...