Military Schools in France

How many French military academies are there?

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  • Army College of Higher Education

    Established: N/A Paris

    The Army College of Higher Education (CESAT) (French: Collã¨ge d'enseignement supérieur de l'armée de terre) is located within the walls of the ã‰cole Militaire in Paris.

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  • Army Logistics School

    Established: 2013 Salon-de-Provence

    The Army Logistics School (ECA) (French: ã‰cole des commissaires des armées ) is trains soldiers in the management & logistics and the overall administration of the Army.

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  • Army Medical School

    Established: 2011 Bron

    Ecole de Santé des Armées (Army Medical School) trains doctors and pharmacists destined to serve in the Defence Ministry.

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  • Brest Naval Training Centre

    Established: N/A Brest

    The Brest Naval Training Centre (CIN) (French: Centre d'instruction naval de Brest) is one of the main training centres for the French Navy at the Brest Naval Base.

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  • Camp Coëtquidan

    Established: N/A Guer

    Camp Coëtquidan (Camp de Coëtquidan) is a French military educational facility located in Guer, Morbihan department, in Brittany, France. It covers an area of approximately 64 km.

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  • Combined Arms School

    Established: 1942 Morbihan

    The Combined Arms School or Joint Military School (EMIA) (French: ã‰cole Militaire Interarmes), is a military school for reserve officers and non-commissioned officer.

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  • French Military Academy

    Established: 1750 Paris

    The ã‰cole Militaire is a vast complex of buildings housing various military training facilities located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, France, southeast of the Champ de Mars.

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  • Military Institute of Science and Technology

    Established: 1998 Dhaka

    The Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST) (Bengali: মিলিটারি ইনস্টিটিউট অফ সায়েন্স অ্যান্ড টেকনোলজি (এমআইএসটি)) was founded in 1998 in Dhaka.

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  • Non-Commissioned Officer's School

    Established: 1988 Brest

    The ã‰cole de Maistrance is the training school for future non-commissioned officers in the French Navy. It was set up in 1988, it is now part of the Brest Naval Training Centre.

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  • Polytechnic School

    Established: 1794 Palaiseau

    ã‰cole polytechnique (also known by the nickname " X ") is a French public institution of higher education and research, located in Palaiseau near Paris.

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  • Senior Officer School

    Established: 1980 Paris

    The Senior Officer School (CSEM) (French: Cours supérieur d'état-major) is a higher education of the French Army. It administratively depends on the College of Higher Education of the Army.

  • The Air Academy

    Established: 1933 Salon-de-Provence

    The Air Academy (French: ã‰cole de l'Air) is a military school and grande école training line officers in the French Air Force. It is located at Salon-de-Provence Air Base in Salon-de-Provence, France.

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  • The Infantry School

    Established: 1946 Draguignan

    The ã‰cole de l'infanterie (English: "Infantry School"), formerly known as ã‰cole d'application de l'infanterie, is a French military academy that trains officers.

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  • The Officer School

    Established: 1766 Saumur

    The Officer School (EEM) (French: ã‰cole d'état-major) has acquired over the years a unique place in the training of the army officers.

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  • The War College

    Established: 2011 Paris

    The War College (French: ã‰cole de Guerre) is the highest institution for training senior officers of the French armies.

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