Kipling External Application Information

The Next Iron Ring Ceremony you can apply as an External Applicant will be held Friday, March 31, 2017.

All graduates of a bachelor 's degree program in Engineering from Canadian universities can attend Iron Ring Ceremonies during their final year. These notes of explanation pertain to those who have not graduated at the bachelor's level in Engineering from a Canadian university.

A successful applicant for "The Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer" normally has received an advanced degree in Engineering from a Canadian university, or is a Registered Professional Engineer.

The deadline to complete the Application process below is Friday, January 27, 2017. 



Print and complete the External Application Form
*Please note: Applications must be completed in full and must be accompanied by the following or it will not be accepted.


Attach a copy of your transcripts to the Application. (Please provide official translated English transcripts where applicable.)


If you are a member of the PEO, attach a copy of your PEO card.


Complete the online payment by clicking here. Your application will not be reviewed until we receive your payment.


Mail, fax, drop-off or email your External Application by the deadline - Friday, January 27, 2017

Please Note:


For the sake of uniformity and fairness in ruling upon the eligibility of these applicants, Camp XIII has devised a procedure whereby participation in the Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer is permitted only after the Professional Engineers of Ontario has established that an applicant's "technical" qualifications are equivalent to those of a graduate of a program of studies in engineering that has been accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.


The notices on the web for ring sizing & signing of the registrar are for McMaster undergraduate students only (unless otherwise stated). External applicants will be notified concerning the next steps via e-mail once their applications have been reviewed by the Camp Wardens (in February 2017).