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					                       ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS OF

                   CANADIAN FACULTIES OF MEDICINE

                                    Admission in 2012




                       CONDITIONS D'ADMISSION DES

                 FACULTÉS DE MÉDECINE DU CANADA

                                    Admission en 2012




 The Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada    L'Association des facultés de médecine du Canada
265 Carling Avenue, Suite 800 Ottawa ON K1S 2E1       265 avenue Carling, pièce 800 Ottawa ON K1S 2E1
                                              Table of Contents / Table de matières
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INTRODUCTION .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
           General Inform ation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
           Ontario Medical School Application Service (OMSAS). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
           Service ontarien de demande d’admission en médecine
           Medical College Adm ission Test (MCAT) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
           Repeat Applicants. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
           Applying to Medical School Outside Canada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
           Foreign Applicants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4




    The statistics provided in the sections below are applicable to each individual faculty of m edicine.
       For national data and additional data elem ents by faculty of m edicine, please see the annual
                           Canadian Medical Education Statistics publication available at
                                      http://www.afm c.ca/publications-statistics-e.php.




Faculty of Medicine, MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEW FOUNDLAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Faculty of Medicine, DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Faculté de m édecine, UNIVERSITÉ LAVAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Faculté de m édecine et des sciences de la santé, UNIVERSITÉ DE SHERBROOKE . . . . . . . . . . 11
Faculté de m édecine, UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Faculty of Medicine, MCGILL UNIVERSITY
           MED-P Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
           MD,CM Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Faculty of Medicine, UNIVERSITY OF OTTAW A (English) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Faculté de m édecine, UNIVERSITÉ D’OTTAW A (Français) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
School of Medicine, QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY AT KINGSTON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Faculty of Medicine, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, MCMASTER UNIVERSITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, UNIVERSITY OF W ESTERN ONTARIO .. . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Northern Ontario School of Medicine, LAURENTIAN UNIVERSITY / LAKEHEAD UNIVERSITY. . . 34
Faculty of Medicine, UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
College of Medicine, UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEW AN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Faculty of Medicine, UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Faculty of Medicine, UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
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INTRODUCTION


All statistical data provided com e from an annual survey conducted by the Office of Research and Inform ation
Services (ORIS). Individual faculty inform ation is provided by each faculty of m edicine as of July, 2011 and
therefore is subject to change.

W hen com paring data from year to year there are certain considerations to keep in m ind. There have been
increases to the num ber of available places for the study of m edicine at m any faculties of m edicine. Also,
adm ission requirem ents and selection policies of individual faculties of m edicine m ay vary from year to year.


General Information

There are seventeen faculties of m edicine in Canada that offer program s of study leading to the award of the
MD degree which is the first professional degree in medicine. The faculties of m edicine are listed in a
geographic sequence going from east to west which im plies no rank ordering whatsoever.

The num ber of places available is determ ined by provincial governm ents based on educational and financial
resources as well as Canada’s future physician workforce requirem ent. Since the universities are under
provincial jurisdiction, the m ajority of places in a faculty of m edicine are allocated to perm anent residents of
the province in which the university is located.

Provided academ ic prerequisites have been m et, the type of undergraduate degree earned or program
followed should not deter filing an application. Also, whether or not the previous institution attended has a
faculty of m edicine does not affect the chance of adm ission.

An applicant m ust decide to which faculty or faculties of m edicine application will be m ade. Obviously, the
geographic location of a faculty of m edicine is of critical im portance to a prospective applicant. For those
applicants who are free to m ove to any location where a place m ay be offered, chances of success in gaining
adm ission m ay be considerably enhanced. Those who apply to only one faculty of m edicine have the sm allest
chance of being offered adm ission. As the num ber of applications increases, so does the chance of being
offered a place at a faculty of m edicine.

The com petition to enter a faculty of m edicine is very keen so it is im portant that applicants ensure that they
fully m eet the entry requirem ents of each faculty of m edicine to which they apply. Not only should applicants
plan to m eet all academ ic prerequisites, it is also im portant to respect all deadline dates. In general, an
application or docum entation is ignored when received after deadline dates.

Those who wish to m axim ize their chances of gaining adm ission to a Canadian faculty of m edicine should
consider the following:

!       Since residence is considered in adm issions, include the faculty of m edicine located in your hom e
        province am ongst those to which applications are subm itted.

!       If you are resident in a province with m ore than one faculty of m edicine (Québec, Ontario or Alberta),
        try to apply to m ore than one faculty of m edicine in the province. Rem em ber that som e faculties of
        m edicine have far m ore places to allocate than others.

!       Som e applicants are definite about a particular faculty of m edicine and m ake only one application.
        In a situation of keen com petition, the determ ination to enter a particular faculty of m edicine m ay be
        tantam ount to excluding oneself from the study of m edicine altogether.
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Ontario M edical School Application Service (OM SAS)
Service ontarien de demande d’admission en médecine

The six Ontario faculties of m edicine use OMSAS which is a centralized application processing service, thus
applicants subm it only one set of application m aterials and academ ic docum ents regardless of the num ber
of faculties to which they are applying. Each faculty of m edicine independently m akes the selection decision.

The OMSAS web-site provides an on-line application service m id-July, 2011 as well as additional inform ation
related to each faculty’s adm ission requirem ents. The web-site is a com prehensive one where applicants can
obtain inform ation on the application process and can view details concerning their application. The OMSAS
levy is com posed of a base fee and an additional fee for each Ontario faculty of m edicine to which application
is m ade.

The application service fee is $210 plus an institutional fee for each faculty applied to. The institutional fees
will later be forwarded to the relevant faculties.

                          Institutional Fees          In Canadian Funds

                          Ottawa                                $ 75
                          Queen’s                               $ 75
                          Toronto                               $ 85
                          McMaster                              $105
                          W estern Ontario                      $ 75
                          Northern Ontario                      $ 75


Deadlines:

Septem ber 15, 2011       Last day to register for/create an account for the on-line application

October 3, 2011           Last day for receipt of applications, all transcripts/academ ic docum ents and all
                          confidential assessm ent form s

October 7, 2011           Last day for receipt of all cheques, m oney orders and electronic paym ents

October 11, 2011          Last day for release of MCAT scores

May 15, 2012              First date for offers of adm ission

June 29, 2012             Last day for receipt of final transcripts


For m ore inform ation:

OMSAS
Ontario Universities’ Application Centre
170 Research Lane
Guelph ON N1G 5E2
Tel.:      (519) 823-1940
Fax:       (519) 822-1682
E-m ail:   om sas@ ouac.on.ca
W eb-site: www.ouac.on.ca/om sas
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M edical College Admission Test (M CAT)

The MCAT is a standardized, m ultiple-choice exam ination designed to assess problem solving, critical thinking
and writing skills in addition to the exam inee’s knowledge of science concepts and principles prerequisite to
the study of m edicine. The test is not required by all faculties of m edicine and the extent to which test results
are used in adm ission decisions varies by faculty of m edicine.

The test consists of four test sections: the Verbal Reasoning, Physical Sciences and Biological Sciences
sections contain m ultiple-choice questions and the scores range from a low of 1 to a high of 15 for each
section; the W riting Sam ple section consists of two essays and the total score ranges from a low of J to a high
of T.

The com puter-based test is given at established test centres in Canada, the United States and overseas. Visit
the web-site for dates and locations. The overall length of the test day is approxim ately four and one-half
hours. The regular exam ination fee was $235 in US funds for the 2011 test dates.

For m ore inform ation:   Association of Am erican Medical Colleges
                          Medical College Adm ission Test
                          2450 N Street NW
                          W ashington, DC 20037
                          Tel.:      (202) 828-0690
                          E-m ail:   m cat@aam c.org (not able to accept attachm ents)
                          W eb-site: www.aam c.org/students/m cat/start.htm




Repeat Applicants

An applicant who does not receive an offer of adm ission m ust decide whether to re-apply for adm ission in a
subsequent year. Rejected candidates should try to reach an objective assessm ent of why they did not receive
an offer. Unsuccessful applicants should realize that the reason for rejection m ay not be the lack of ability or
qualities but the sheer rationing of places that is necessary when the num ber of qualified candidates greatly
exceeds the num ber of available places. W ell qualified candidates have grounds for re-applying for adm ission
to a faculty of m edicine and in recent years, repeat applicants have fared well. T he academ ically weaker
candidates tend not to re-apply for adm ission to the sam e extent as do those who have a sound academ ic
background.




Applying to Study M edicine Outside Canada

If for any reason an applicant decides to seek adm ission to a m edical faculty outside Canada, som e im portant
factors m ust be borne in m ind. The m ost im portant of these is that returning to practise m edicine in Canada
m ay prove difficult. This is not m eant to deter individuals from seeking education in foreign universities —
som e Canadian citizens have always gone abroad to study in recognized, reputable universities. Lim itations
on recognition of foreign earned MDs apply to qualifications earned abroad by citizens as well as by
non-citizens of Canada. Strong m otivation, determ ination and adequate academ ic preparation are in
them selves no guarantee that a Canadian citizen who attends a foreign m edical faculty will be able to train
or practise m edicine in Canada in the future.
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Foreign Applicants

Not all faculties of m edicine accept applications from foreign students. Conversely, som e faculties of m edicine
have contracts with foreign governm ents or institutions to accept applications for “supernum erary” positions.
It is understood that the faculty of m edicine will be com pensated for the entire cost of m edical education, the
student will not apply for post-MD (residency) training in Canada and these graduates will return to their
countries of origin to practise m edicine. Inform ation about contract positions is available from the foreign
educational institutions or governm ents that have negotiated such contracts.

Foreign students planning to study m edicine in Canada are personally responsible for obtaining the necessary
student authorization and student visa to enter Canada for the purpose of study. All m atters related to entering
Canada m ust be taken up at the Canadian em bassy, High Com m ission or consulate nearest to the foreign
applicant.
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Faculty of M edicine, M EM ORIAL UNIVERSITY OF NEW FOUNDLAND


Length of Program : 4 years                                         Language of Instruction: English

Proficiency in English Testing: No                  Computer: Personal not required
____________________________________________________________________________________

2011/12 New Adm issions into Year One: 64

                        $6,250 for Canadian residents; $30,000 for visa students; other com pulsory
2011/12 First-Year Tuition:
                        fees were $1,173
____________________________________________________________________________________

Selection Factors: The num ber of year one positions available for 2011/12 was 64 of which 46 were filled
                   by residents of Newfoundland and Labrador, 10 by residents of New Brunswick and 4
                   by residents of Prince Edward Island. The num ber of year one positions available for
                   2012/13 will be 64 as well.

                 Canadian citizens/perm anent residents or visa students m ay apply.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Academic Criteria: A Bachelor’s degree is required at tim e of adm ission. In exceptional circum stances an
                   application m ay be considered when a Bachelor’s degree will not be held at tim e of
                   adm ission. Such an applicant will have com pleted at least 60 credit hours including the
                   prerequisite subject of 6 credit hours in English at a recognized university or university
                   college before adm ission and have work related or other experience acceptable to the
                   Adm issions Com m ittee.

                      The m ean grade point average of successful applicants in 2011/12 was 3.83 on a 4.0
                      scale.

                      The MCAT is required and it is recom m ended that the test be written within the five year
                      period prior to application.

                 Six credit hours in English are required.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Deferred Adm issions: Considered

Transfers: Not usually considered but m ay be in rare circum stances from a Canadian m edical faculty

Com bined Programs: MD/PhD
____________________________________________________________________________________

Interviews:These take place in February and March, 2012. For the Septem ber, 2011 entering class there
           were 135 Newfoundland/Labrador residents interviewed, 102 other residents of Canada
           interviewed and 1 resident outside of Canada interviewed for a total of 238 applicants
           interviewed.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Offers of Admission:     O ffers are m ailed in March, April and May, 2012. A $200 acceptance deposit is
                         required and will be credited towards the tuition fee. The deposit will be forfeited if
                         the applicant subsequently declines the offer.
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Application Details:An electronic application process is available in July, 2011. The deadline for receipt
                    of the application and fee of $75 is October 17, 2011.
____________________________________________________________________________________

To Request an Application or M ore Detailed Information:

Com m ittee on Adm issions           Tel:       (709) 777-6615
Adm issions Office                   Fax:       (709) 777-8422
Faculty of Medicine                  E-m ail:   m unm ed@m un.ca
Mem orial University of Newfoundland W eb-site: www.m ed.m un.ca/adm issions
Health Sciences Centre Room 1751
St. John’s NL A1B 3V6
____________________________________________________________________________________

Applicant Statistics:
                                             YEAR FOR W HICH ADMISSION W AS SOUGHT

                                        2005/06      2006/07      2007/08      2008/09     2009/10


      Offered and Registered                60           61           64           67          67

      Offered Deferred Adm ission               2           -            1            1            2

      Offer Declined                        14           26           25           13          31

      Not Offered                          602          709          707         623          549

      Total Applicants                     678          796          797         704          649


      SUCCESS RATE (%) BY
                                            %           %            %            %            %
      RESIDENCE

      Newfoundland and Labrador            27.4         29.0         30.8        30.8         30.8

      Other Canadian                        5.4          5.8          5.2          5.7         9.2
                1
      Foreign                              28.6         19.2         40.0        29.4         33.3

      All Applicants to Mem orial          11.2         10.9         11.3        11.5         15.4

        Success Rate: Percentage of applicants who received at least one offer of adm ission
                      whether subsequently registered, declined or deferred.

        1
            Includes students who applied for positions available under contract with foreign governm ents
            or educational institutions in 2006/07-2009/10.
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Faculty of M edicine, DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY


Length of Program : 4 years                                       Language of Instruction: English

Proficiency in English Testing: No                  Computer: Personal not required
____________________________________________________________________________________

2011/12 New Adm issions into Year One: 112

                        $15,200 for Canadian residents; $22,460 for visa students; other com pulsory
2011/12 First-Year Tuition:
                        fees were $1,001
____________________________________________________________________________________

Selection Factors: The num ber of year one positions available for 2012/13 is 108 (99 for Maritim e
                   residents (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island) and 9 for non-
                   Maritim e residents); 69 seats in the Maritim e pool will be assigned to the Halifax
                   cam pus and 30 seats to the St. John cam pus; all perm anent residents of New
                   Brunswick will attend the St. John cam pus and the governm ent of New Brunswick is
                   responsible for defining residency status. One additional position is available for a
                   dental student who after com pleting the MD program plans to specialize in oral
                   m axiofacial surgery. In 2011/12 there were 99 positions filled by residents of the
                   Maritim e provinces.

                 Canadian citizens/perm anent residents or visa students m ay apply.
_____________________________________________________________ ______________________

Academic Criteria: Three to four years full-tim e university/college is required. A Bachelor’s degree is
                   required at tim e of adm ission.

                     The m inim um acceptable grade point average is 3.3 for Maritim e residents and 3.7 for
                     non-Maritim e residents on a scale of 4.0. The m ean grade point average of successful
                     applicants in 2010/11 was 3.7.

                     The MCAT is required and the test m ust have been taken within the last five years.

                 There are no prerequisite courses.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Special Consideration:Applies on an individual basis to applicants with extenuating circum stances when
                      the need arises.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Deferred Adm issions: Considered (only for extenuating circum stances)

Transfers: Not considered

Com bined Programs: Not available
____________________________________________________________________________________

Interviews:   Interviews are held on Novem ber 19 and 20, 2011 as advertised in the early sum m er on the
              Adm issions W ebpage. For the Septem ber, 2011 entering class there were 253 Maritim e
              residents interviewed and 73 non-Maritim e residents interviewed for a total of 326 applicants
              interviewed. Currently all Maritim e residents who m eet the m inim um academ ic requirem ents
              will be offered an interview.
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Offers of Admission:All decision letters to interviewed applicants will be tentatively released on March 5,
                    2012 as noted and updated on the Adm issions W ebpage. A $1,000 non-refundable
                    acceptance deposit is required. This deposit is applied to tuition upon enrolm ent.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Application Details:An electronic application process is available on July 1, 2011. The deadline for
                    receipt of the application and fee of $70 is August 15, 2011. Transcripts and
                    supplem ental inform ation are due on Septem ber 1, 2011.
____________________________________________________________________________________

To Request an Application or M ore Detailed Information:

Adm issions & Student Affairs    Tel:       (902) 494-1874
Faculty of Medicine              Fax:       (902) 494-6369
Dalhousie University             E-m ail:   m edicine.adm issions@dal.ca
CRC Building, Room C-124         W eb-site: adm issions.m edicine.dal.ca/
5849 University Avenue
Halifax NS B3H 4R2
____________________________________________________________________________________

Applicant Statistics:
                                             YEAR FOR W HICH ADMISSION W AS SOUGHT

                                        2005/06      2006/07      2007/08      2008/09     2009/10


      Offered and Registered                98           98          100         110          110

      Offered Deferred Adm ission               1           -            2            1            -

      Offer Declined                        47           35           37           61          36

      Not Offered                          416          534          638         520          649

      Total Applicants                     562          667          777         692          795


      SUCCESS RATE (%) BY
                                            %           %            %            %            %
      RESIDENCE

      Maritim e Provinces                  38.5         31.2         31.4        38.4         38.7

      Other Canadian                       13.7          7.6          7.6        13.7          6.7
                1
      Foreign                              60.0         43.8         40.0        54.5         28.6

      All Applicants to Dalhousie          26.0         19.9         17.9        24.9         18.4

        Success Rate: Percentage of applicants who received at least one offer of adm ission
                      whether subsequently registered, declined or deferred.

        1
            Includes students who applied for positions available under contract with foreign governm ents
            or educational institutions in 2005/06 - 2009/10.
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Faculté de médecine, UNIVERSITÉ LAVAL


Durée du programme : 4 ans                                        Langue du programme : Français

Épreuve de compétence en français : Oui             Ordinateur : PC non requis
____________________________________________________________________________________

Nom bre de nouvelles adm issions en première année pour 2011/12 : 229
Ce nombre pourrait augmenter en raison d’abandons lors d’annés précédentes.

                                              3 396$ pour résidents du Québec; 9 178$ pour les
Frais de scolarité de première année pour 2011/12 :
                                              résidents d’une autre province canadienne/d’un
                                              autre territoire canadien; 25 473$ pour l’étranger;
                                              autres frais obligatoires 724$
____________________________________________________________________________________

Facteurs de sélection :   En 2011/12, le nom bre de postes disponibles était de 229, incluant 8 postes à
                          pouvoir parm i les candidats au program m e MD/PhD, 221 postes étaient occupés
                          par des résidents du Québec; plus jusqu’à 4 postes additionnels sont disponibles
                          aux candidats résidents québécois et m em bres des Prem ières Nations et du
                          peuple inuit (le contingent m axim al pouvant être réparti entre les facultés de
                          m édecine au Québec) et jusqu’à 6 postes additionnels offerts par le biais des
                          Forces canadiennes (le contingent m axim al pouvant être réparti entre les facultés
                          de m édecine francophones au Québec).

                     Les citoyens canadiens/résidents perm anents ou les étudiants détenant un visa
                     peuvent présenter leur candidature.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Critères d’études : Deux années d’études post-secondaires à tem ps plein sont requises.

                     Le “MCAT” n’est pas requis.

                     La cote de rendem ent en 2011/12 était de 33,555 pour les collégiens et de 30,889 pour
                     les universitaires.

                 Les cours pré-requis de niveau collégial ou l’équivalent : 2 cours en biologie, 3 cours
                 en chim ie, 2 cours en m athém atiques et 3 cours en physique.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Considération particulière : S’applique aux candidats détenteurs d’un diplôm e d’une faculté de m édecine
                             hors du Canada ou des États-Unis qui sont résidents perm anents du Québec;
                             aux candidats du contingent Collège d’enseignem ent général et professionnel
                             (CÉGEP); aux candidats du contingent autochtone; aux candidats du
                             contingent m ilitaire; aux candidats au program m e MD/PhD; et aux candidats
                             provenant du m arché du travail.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Adm issions reportées : Non envisagées

Transferts : Non envisagés

Programmes com binés : MD/MSc, MD/PhD
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Entrevues : Les entrevues auront lieu en avril 2012. Pour la classe d’entrée de septem bre 2011, on a
            interviewé 991 résidents du Québec, 17 résidents d’ailleurs au Canada et 9 résidents de
            l’extérieur du pays, portant à 1 017 le nom bre de dem andeurs interviewés.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Offres d’admission : Les offres seront envoyé par courriel en m ai 2012 et aucun dépôt en argent n’est
                     exigé en lien avec l’acceptation de l’offre.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Détails des demandes : Les dem andes électroniques et papier sont disponibles le 1 er octobre 2011. La
                       date lim ite pour la réception des dem andes est le 1 er février 2012 pour les
                       universitaires et le 1 er m ars 2012 pour tous les autres. Les frais d’ouverture de
                       dossier sont de 52$.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Pour obtenir un formulaire de demande ou de plus amples informations :

Bureau de l’adm ission               Téléphone :   (418) 656-2131 poste 2492
Faculté de m édecine                 Télécopieur : (418) 656-2733
Université Laval                     Courriel :    adm ission@fm ed.ulaval.ca
Pavillon Ferdinand-Vandry Local 1316 Site web :    www.fm ed.ulaval.ca
Québec QC G1X 2R3
____________________________________________________________________________________

Statistiques des candidats :
                                                        ANNÉE DE LA DEMANDE D’ADMISSION

                                             2005/06       2006/07     2007/08      2008/09      2009/10


     Offre et inscription                       211          209          207          164          218

     Offre refusée                              260          154          135          210          191

     Aucune offre                              1037         1323         1371         1442         1533

     Total des dem andes                       1508         1686         1713         1816         1942


     TAUX DE SUCCÈS (%) PAR LIEU
                                                 %            %            %           %            %
     DE RÉSIDENCE 1

     Québec                                     32.4         23.3         21.1         21.4         22.8

     Autre province/territoire canadien           9.0          5.1         9.8         10.0             4.5

     Étranger                                   32.8           1.4         0.0         12.8             1.2

     Toutes les dem andes à Laval               31.2         21.5         20.0         20.6         21.1

          Taux de succès :     Pourcentage de candidats ayant reçu au m oins une offre d’adm ission,
                               que l’inscription aie été im m édiate, refusée ou reportée.

          1
              La province de Québec im pose des restrictions à la fois sur le nom bre de postes
              réservés à d’autres résidents au Canada et aux résidents de l’étranger. La distribution
              se fait entre les quatre facultés de m édecine au cours de chaque cycle d’adm issions.
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Faculté de médecine et des sciences de la santé, UNIVERSITÉ DE SHERBROOKE


Durée du programme : 4 ans                                          Langue du programme : Français

Épreuve de compétence en français : Oui             Ordinateur : PC non requis
____________________________________________________________________________________

Nom bre de nouvelles adm issions en première année pour 2011/12 : 208
Ce nombre pourrait augmenter en raison d’abandons lors d’annés précédentes.

                                              3 324$ pour résidents du Québec et du Nouveau-
Frais de scolarité de première année pour 2011/12 :
                                              Brunswick; 8 982$ pour les résidents d’une autre
                                              province/d’un autre territoire canadien; 25 582$
                                              pour l’étranger; autres frais obligatoires 1 110$
____________________________________________________________________________________

Facteurs de sélection :    En 2012/13, le nom bre de postes disponibles en prem ière année tournera autour
                           de 210. Ce nom bre pourrait toutefois varier en fonction des décrets
                           gouvernem entaux ainsi que des attritions à rem placer. Ces 210 places,
                           approxim ativem ent réparties com m e suit : 171 pour des candidats du contingent
                           régulier du Québec, 30 pour les candidats de l”Atlantique, 3 pour les candidats de
                           l’Ouest canadien, 3 pour les candidats étrangers détenant un visa d’études, 2 pour
                           les m em bres des Prem ières Nations et Inuits du Québec, 1 pour les m em bres des
                           Forces canadiennes.

                           Les 210 positions sont distribués sur trois sites approxim ativem ent com m e suit :
                           147 au site Sherbrooke, 36 au site Saguenay, et 27 au site Moncton. Fin avril, les
                           candidats du contingent régulier du Québec doivent com pléter un form ulaire de
                           choix de site exprim ant leur préférence entre les sites Saguenay et Sherbrooke.
                           L’attribution de ces personnes à l’un ou l’autre de ces deux sites dépend
                           notam m ent du nom bre de places disponibles à chaque site au m om ent de l’offre,
                           de la préférence exprim ée par le candidat via le form ulaire de choix de site et
                           l’ordre des candidats dans la liste d’excellence. Le site Saguenay est
                           exclusivem ent réservé à des candidats québécois. Le site Moncton est
                           exclusivem ent réservé à des candidats du Nouveau-Brunswick.

                     Les citoyens canadiens et résidents perm anents du Canada, de m êm e que les
                     candidats étrangers détenant un visa d’études, peuvent présenter leur
                     candidature.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Critères d’études : Détenir, ou obtenir avant la rentrée scolaire, un diplôm e jugé équivalent au Diplôm e
                    d’études collégiales, décerné par le Ministère de l’éducation, du loisir et du sport du
                    Québec; sinon, avoir réussi au m oins 75 crédits universitaires à date lim ite du dépôt de
                    la dem ande d’adm ission.

                      La prem ière étape du processus de sélection est basée sur les résultats scolaires
                      antérieurs. Toutefois, ces résultats ne sont pas résum és sous la form e d’un « GPA »,
                      m a is p lu t ô t d ’u n e « c o te a c a d é m iq u e » . N o tr e p a g e in t e r n e t
                      (http://www.usherbrooke.ca/doctorat-m edecine/adm ission/questions-en-rafale/qu-est-
                      ce-que-la-cote-academ ique/) donne plus de détails sur cette cote, alors qu’une autre
                      de     nos     pages      internet      ( http://www .usherbro ok e.ca /do c tora t-
                      m edecine/adm ission/questions-en-rafale/donnees-saillantes/) détaille la cote
                      académ ique des derniers invités lors de l’année passée.
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                     Le “MCAT” n’est pas considéré.

                 Les cours préalables (de niveau postsecondaire) à avoir réussi sont : Mathém atiques
                 103 et 203; Physique 101, 201 et 301; Chim ie 101, 201 et 202; Biologie 301 et 401 ou
                 Biologie 911 et 921. Des cours jugés équivalents par notre faculté sont acceptés.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Adm issions reportées : Non autorisées

Transferts : Non autorisés

Programmes com binés : MD/MSc, MD/PhD
____________________________________________________________________________________

Entrevues : Les candidats sélectionnés sur la base de leurs résultats scolaires antérieurs sont invités à
            d’autres tests de sélection, qui varient selon les contingents considérés : Mini entrevues
            m ultiples (MEM) et Test d’aptitude à l’apprentissage de la m édecine à l’Université de
            Sherbrooke (TAAMUS) pour les contingents du Québec, de l’Atlantique et de l’Ouest canadien,
            ainsi que pour les m em bres des Forces canadiennes; entrevue pour les candidats étrangers
            détenant un visa d’études ainsi que pour les m em bres des Prem ières Nations et Inuits du
            Québec. MEM et TAAMUS ont lieu en avril, 2012, les autres entrevues en m ai et juin, 2012.
            Lors du processus d’adm ission 2011, 832 candidats québécois et 68 candidats de l’Atlantique
            ont été invités à passer les MEM et TAAMUS. Le TAAMUS est un test paper-crayon d’une durée
            d’une heure.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Offres d’admission : En 2011, les prem ières offres d’adm ission ont été achem inées à com pter du 13 m ai
                     et auront éventuellem ent cours jusqu’au 2 septem bre. Des frais d’inscription de 200$
                     doivent obligatoirem ent être acquittés pour accepter une offre et réserver sa place.
                     Ce m ontant peur être rem boursé au com plet jusqu’au 1 er juin et à 50% jusqu’au 15
                     septem bre.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Détails des demandes : Les dem andes d’adm ission, de form ats électronique ou papier, sont disponibles
                       pendant toute l’année. La date lim ite pour la réception des dem andes est le 15
                       janvier 2012 pour tous les candidats, sauf pour les candidats québécois de
                       catégorie collégiale n’ayant aucon crédit universitaire (ces personnes ont jusqu’au
                       1 er m ars, 2012). Les frais d’ouverture de dossier sont de 70$.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Pour obtenir un formulaire de demande ou de plus amples informations :

Bureau de la registraire                 Téléphone :     (819) 821-7688
Université de Sherbrooke                 Télécopieur :   (819) 821-7966
2500, boulevard de l’Université          Courriel :      infoadm @ usherbrooke.ca
Sherbrooke QC J1K 2R1                    Site web :      www.usherbrooke.ca/doctorat_m edecine
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Statistiques des candidats :
                                                      ANNÉE DE LA DEMANDE D’ADMISSION

                                           2005/06       2006/07     2007/08      2008/09      2009/10


   Offre et inscription                       166          194          195          204          196

   Offre refusée                              228          211          227          179          265

   Aucune offre                              1345         1634         1323         1509         1471

   Total des dem andes                       1739         2039         1745         1892         1932


   TAUX DE SUCCÈS (%) PAR LIEU
                                               %            %            %           %            %
   DE RÉSIDENCE 1

   Québec                                     23.6         21.9         24.7         20.4         24.2

   Autre province/territoire canadien         34.6         23.1         33.9         30.6         36.4

   Étranger                                     0.8          0.5         1.2          1.3             1.1

   Toutes les dem andes à Sherbrooke          22.7         19.9         24.2         20.2         23.9

        Taux de succès :     Pourcentage de candidats ayant reçu au m oins une offre d’adm ission,
                             que l’inscription aie été im m édiate, refusée ou reportée.

        1
            La province de Québec im pose des restrictions à la fois sur le nom bre de postes
            réservés à d’autres résidents au Canada et aux résidents de l’étranger. La distribution
            se fait entre les quatre facultés de m édecine au cours de chaque cycle d’adm issions.
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Faculté de médecine, UNIVERSITÉ DE M ONTRÉAL


Durée des programmes : 5 ans (année préparatoire)                  Langue des programmes : Français
                       4 ans (program m e de MD)

Épreuve de compétence en français : Oui             Ordinateur : PC non requis
____________________________________________________________________________________

Nom bre de nouvelles adm issions en 2011/12 : 300 (219 - 5 ans; 81 - 4 ans, prem ière année)
Ce nombre pourrait augmenter en raison d’abandons lors d’annés précédentes

                                              3 252$ pour résidents du Québec; 8 787$ pour les
Frais de scolarité de première année pour 2011/12 :
                                              résidents d’une autre province/d’un autre territoire
                                              canadien; 24 389$ pour l’étranger; autres frais
                                              obligatoires 1 274$
____________________________________________________________________________________

Facteurs de sélection :    En 2011/12, le nom bre de postes disponibles était de 300 dont 295 postes
                           occupés par des résidents du Québec, 3 postes selon l’entente avec la province
                           du Nouveau-Brunswick et 2 postes pour les candidats détenteurs d’un visa
                           étudiante; plus jusqu’à 4 postes additionnels sont disponibles aux candidats
                           résidents québécois et m em bres des Prem ières Nations et du peuple inuit (le
                           contingent m axim al pouvant être réparti entre les facultés de m édecine au
                           Québec) et jusqu’à 6 postes additionnels offerts par le biais des Forces
                           canadiennes (le contingent m axim al pouvant être réparti entre les facultés de
                           m édecine francophones au Québec).

                           Les 300 positions sont allouées à deux cam pus : à l’Université de Montréal - 179
                           en année préparatoire et 76 au program m e de MD; au Centre d’études m édicales
                           en Mauricie (à Trois-Rivières) - 40 en année préparatoire et 5 au program m e de
                           MD. Dans la m esure ou il y a des places disponibles, le candidat peut choisir entre
                           le cam pus à Montréal ou le cam pus en Mauricie.

                           Tous les candidats font une dem ande d’adm ission à l’année préparatoire au
                           program m e de MD. Selon le profil académ ique du candidat, le Com ité d’adm ission
                           décidera si une candidature sera considérée pour l’année préparatoire ou pour la
                           prem ière année de m édecine.

                           Selon le nom bre de postes, environ les trois quarts candidats retenus sont adm is
                           en année préparatoire et l’autre quart s’ajoute au contingent de l’année
                           préparatoire de l’année précédente pour form er la prem ière année.

                           Les citoyens canadiens/résidents perm anents ou les étudiants détenant un visa
                           peuvent présenter leur candidature.

                     Les candidats ayant un Baccalauréat sont considérés dans une catégorie
                     particulière. Environ 45% des étudiants adm is sont dans cette catégorie. Les
                     candidats ayant un PhD sont égalem ent dans une catégorie particulière de m êm e
                     que les candidats étrangers.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Critères d’études : Année préparatoire : Soit deux années à plein tem ps de Collège d’enseignem ent
                    général et professionnel (CÉGEP) en sciences, lettres et arts ou en sciences de la
                    nature et avoir atteint les objectifs ØØXU (biologie) et ØØXV (chim ie). Soit tout autre
                    diplôm e d’études collégiales et avoir réussi, avant l’entrée dans le program m e, les
                    cours préalables suivant : Biologie 301 et 401 ou deux cours de biologie hum aine;
                    Chim ie 101, 201 et 202; Mathém atiques 103 et 203; Physique 101, 201 et 301. Soit être
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                     titulaire d’un diplôm e d’études post-secondaires équivalent à un DÉC ou à un
                     baccalauréat obtenus au Québec et avoir réussi les cours préalables ci-dessus
                     m entionnés ou des cours équivalents dans chacune des quatre m atières. L’année
                     préparatoire est requise pour les collégiens, les étudiants étrangers et les universitaires
                     ayant com plété un prem ier grade universitaire m ais dont le program m e d’études n’est
                     pas jugé globalem ent équivalent à celui de l’année préparatoire.

                     Quatre ans : Un Baccalauréat obtenus au Québec dans un program m e d’études jugé
                     équivalent à l’année préparatoire ou tout autre diplôm e équivalent est exigé au m om ent
                     de l’adm ission pour les candidats de la catégorie universitaire.

                     Une cote de rendem ent est calculée pour tous les candidats. Selon les critères
                     présentem ent en vigueur, une prem ière sélection est faite, par catégorie, fondée sur
                     l’excellence du dossier scolaire établie en tenant com pte de la cote de rendem ent. Le
                     dernier collégien convoqué aux entrevues avait une cote de rendem ent de 33.000 et
                     le dernier universitaire avait une cote de 32.000.

                 Le “MCAT” n’est pas requis.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Considération particulière : S’applique aux candidats détenteurs d’un diplôm e d’une faculté de m édecine
                             hors du Canada ou des États-Unis qui sont citoyens canadiens ou résidents
                             perm anents qui sont résidents du Québec.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Adm issions reportées : Non envisagées

Transferts : Non envisagés

Programmes com binés : MD/MSc, MD/PhD
____________________________________________________________________________________

Entrevues : Les entrevues de type MEM (Mini entrevues m ultiples) auront lieu un sam edi et un dim anche
            d’avril 2012. Les candidats devront se présenter en personne à la date et au lieu où ils auront
            été convoqués sans possibilité de changem ent. Année préparatoire : Pour la classe d’entrée de
            septem bre 2011, on a interviewé 944 résidents du Québec et 8 résidents d’ailleurs au Canada
            et 6 résident de l’extérieur du pays portant à 958 le nom bre de dem andeurs interviewés. Quatre
            ans : Pour la classe d’entrée de septem bre 2011, on a interviewé 257 résidents du Québec
            portant à 257 le nom bre de dem andeurs interviewés. Les frais d’entrevues sont présentem ent
            de 100$ m ais pourrait être haussés dans les m ois qui viennent.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Offres d’admission : Les offres seront m ises à la poste vers le 15 m ai 2012 pour l’ensem ble des
                     candidats. Il y aura un dépôt d’acception obligatoire de 200$.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Détails des demandes : La version papier est disponible le 1 er septem bre 2011 et la version électronique
                       est disponible le 1 er décem bre 2011. La date lim ite pour la réception des
                       dem andes est le 15 janvier 2012 pour les universitaires et le 1 er m ars 2012 pour
                       les collégiens. Les frais d’ouverture de dossier sont de 80$ par voie électronique
                       et 100$ sur support paper.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Pour obtenir un formulaire de demande ou de plus amples informations :

Université de Montréal                   Téléphone :       (514) 343-7076
CP 6218 succursale Centre-ville          Télécopieur :     (514) 343-5788
Montréal QC H3C 3T5                      Courriel :        adm ission@regis.um ontreal.ca
                                         Site web :        www.um ontreal.ca (rubrique Guichet Étudiant)
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Statistiques des candidats : Année préparatoire
                                                        ANNÉE DE LA DEMANDE D’ADMISSION

                                             2005/06       2006/07     2007/08      2008/09      2009/10


     Offre et inscription                       187          198          203          207          208

     Offre refusée                              173          156          139          165          182

     Aucune offre                              1128         1021         1136         1255         1366

     Total des dem andes                       1488         1375         1478         1627         1756


     TAUX DE SUCCÈS (%) PAR LIEU
                                                 %            %            %           %            %
     DE RÉSIDENCE 1

     Québec                                     26.4         27.5         25.1         24.8         24.1

     Autre province/territoire canadien           5.4          9.1        10.3          3.8             4.1

     Étranger                                     0.0          1.9         1.0          0.0             1.0

     Toutes les dem andes à Montréal            24.2         25.7         23.1         22.9         22.2

          Taux de succès :     Pourcentage de candidats ayant reçu au m oins une offre d’adm ission,
                               que l’inscription aie été im m édiate, refusée ou reportée.


Statistiques des candidats : Programme de M D
                                                        ANNÉE DE LA DEMANDE D’ADMISSION

                                             2005/06       2006/07     2007/08      2008/09      2009/10


     Offre et inscription                         69           67          70           71              66

     Offre refusée                                28           13          21              6             6

     Aucune offre                               593          582          548          613          475

     Total des dem andes                        690          662          639          690          547


     TAUX DE SUCCÈS (%) PAR LIEU
                                                 %            %            %           %            %
     DE RÉSIDENCE 1

     Québec                                     15.2         13.5         14.9         12.0         14.4

     Autre province/territoire canadien           6.7          0.0         7.7          6.7             0.0

     Étranger                                     3.5          0.0         0.0          0.0             0.0

     Toutes les dem andes à Montréal            14.1         12.1         14.2         11.2         13.2

          Taux de succès :     Pourcentage de candidats ayant reçu au m oins une offre d’adm ission,
                               que l’inscription aie été im m édiate, refusée ou reportée.

          1
              La province de Québec im pose des restrictions à la fois sur le nom bre de postes
              réservés à d’autres résidents au Canada et aux résidents de l’étranger. La distribution
              se fait entre les quatre facultés de m édecine au cours de chaque cycle d’adm issions.
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Faculty of M edicine, MCGILL UNIVERSITY - MED-P Program


Length of Program : 1 preparatory year followed by 4 years MD, CM            Language of Instruction:
                                                                             English

Proficiency in English Testing: No                         Computer: Personal required
____________________________________________________________________________________

2011/12 New Adm issions into M ED-P: 85

2011/12 M ED-P Tuition:The preparatory year program fees ($2,168 tuition, $1,559 other com pulsory
                       fees) are those of the Faculty of Science in which the student is registered for
                       this year. Upon successful com pletion of the preparatory year, the student will
                       be adm itted to the MD-CM program in the faculty of m edicine.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Selection Factors: The anticipated num ber of positions available for 2012/13 is 85.

                 Canadian citizens/perm anent residents who are residents of Québec currently enrolled
                 in their final year at a Q uébec Collège d’enseignement général et professionnel
                 (CÉGEP) science program m ay apply.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Academic Criteria: A CÉGEP Diplôme d’études collégiales is required at tim e of adm ission.

                       The suggested cote de rendement collégial is 34.0 and the average of applicants invited
                       for interview in 2011/12 was 35.2.

                       The MCAT is not required.

                 Prerequisite courses from the CÉGEP program in Health Sciences include biology,
                 chem istry, m athem atics, physics and one organic chem istry course.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Interviews:These are of the Multiple Mini-Interview (MMI) form at and take place around m id-April, 2012.
           For the 2011/12 year, 201 applicants were interviewed. Interviews can be in English or French
           based on the applicant’s choice at tim e of application.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Offers of Admission:Offers are sent via e-m ail and posted on the electronic application system in m id-
                    May, 2012. A $300 acceptance deposit is required, applicable towards tuition and
                    refundable for a lim ited period of tim e.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Application Details:      An electronic application process is available starting Septem ber 1, 2011 with a fee
                          of $140 payable upon com pletion. T he deadline for receipt of the application,
                          including supporting docum ents, is March 1, 2012.
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To Request M ore Detailed Information:

Office of Adm issions, Equity and Diversity Tel:         (514) 398-3517
Faculty of Medicine                         Fax:         (514) 398-4631
McGill University                           E-m ail:     adm issions.m ed@m cgill.ca
Meredith Annex                              W eb-site:   www.m cgill.ca/m edadm issions
3708 Peel Street                            Application: http://www.m cgill.ca/applying/online/ready/
Montréal QC H3A 1W 9
____________________________________________________________________________________

Applicant Statistics: M ED-P Program
                                              YEAR FOR W HICH ADMISSION W AS SOUGHT

                                         2005/06      2006/07     2007/08     2008/09      2009/10


     Offered and Registered                  81           79          80           88            80

     Offer Declined                          56           32          32           17            33

     Not Offered                            230         232          302         335            464

     Total Applicants                       367         343          414         440            577


     SUCCESS RATE (%) BY
                                             %           %           %            %             %
     RESIDENCE

     Québec                                 37.4        32.4         27.1        23.9           19.6

         Success Rate: Percentage of applicants who received at least one offer of adm ission
                       whether subsequently registered, declined or deferred.
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Faculty of M edicine, M CGILL UNIVERSITY - M D-CM Program


Length of Program : 4 years                                         Language of Instruction: English

Proficiency in English Testing: No                  Computer: Personal required
____________________________________________________________________________________

2011/12 New Adm issions into Year One: 184
At time of admission, first year quota positions may increase due to attrition.

                        $5,058 for residents of Québec; $13,668 for other Canadian residents;
2011/12 First-Year Tuition:
                        $37,939 for visa students; other com pulsory fees were $2,790; international
                        students are subject to additional health insurance fees
____________________________________________________________________________________

Selection Factors: The anticipated num ber of first-year positions available in 2012/13 is 182 of which up
                   to 4 positions are available for visa students, up to 9 positions are available for
                   Canadian citizens/perm anent residents residing outside Québec but in Canada and up
                   to 3 positions available for residents of Québec from the non-traditional pathway with
                   the rem aining positions for residents of Québec distributed am ong university-level
                   applicants and students who have successfully com pleted the MED-P year. An
                   additional 4 positions (m axim um quota distributed am ong Québec faculties) available
                   to First Nations/Inuit applicants who are residents of Québec. In 2011/12, 169 positions
                   were filled by residents of Québec of which 3 positions were filled by non-traditional
                   pathway applicants.

                 Canadian citizens/perm anent residents or visa students m ay apply.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Academic Criteria: A 4 year Bachelor degree (120 credits) is required at tim e of adm ission.

                      The suggested cum ulative grade point average is 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale and the
                      m ean grade point average for successful applicants in 2011/12 was approxim ately 3.77.

                      The MCAT is required for all international students and for Canadian citizens/perm anent
                      residents who hold undergraduate degrees from non-Canadian universities and results
                      m ust be available by the application deadline. It is suggested that total scores should
                      equal a m inim um of 30. Test results greater than five years from the application
                      deadline will not be considered.

                 Prerequisite courses include a full year with laboratory work in each of general biology,
                 general chem istry and general physics; one sem ester with laboratory work in organic
                 chem istry. Courses in biochem istry, cellular and m olecular biology and statistics are
                 recom m ended. Pass/fail grades are not acceptable and courses com pleted m ore than
                 8 years ago m ust be repeated. Exception m ay be m ade for applicants with advanced
                 degrees in the m aterial concerned.
_____________________________________________________________________________________

Special Consideration:May be given to applicants with extenuating circum stances upon form al request
                      and First Nations/Inuit applicants who are residents of Québec.
_____________________________________________________________________________________

Deferred Adm issions: Considered only for graduate academ ic reasons

Transfers: Not considered

Com bined Programs: MD-CM/MBA, MD-CM/PhD
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Interviews: These are of the Multiple Mini-Interviews (M M I) form at and will take place in late February,
            2012 for all applicants. For the 2011/12 year, there were 201 university-level Québec residents
            interviewed, 27 other residents of Canada interviewed and 22 international residents
            interviewed for a total of 250 applicants interviewed for the MD-CM or joint program s.
______________________________________________________________________________________

Offers of Admission:Offers are sent via e-m ail and posted on the electronic application system in early
                    March, 2012. A $500 acceptance deposit is required, applicable towards tuition and
                    refundable for a lim ited period of tim e.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Application Details:An electronic application process is available starting Septem ber 1, 2011 with a fee
                    of $140 payable upon com pletion. The deadline for receipt of the application is
                    Novem ber 1, 2011 and all supporting docum ents m ust be received no later than
                    Novem ber 15, 2011.
____________________________________________________________________________________

To Request M ore Detailed Information:

Office of Adm issions, Equity and Diversity Tel:         (514) 398-3517
Faculty of Medicine                         Fax:         (514) 398-4631
McGill University                           E-m ail:     adm issions.m ed@m cgill.ca
Meredith Annex                              W eb-site:   www.m cgill.ca/m edadm issions
3708 Peel Street                            Application: http://www.m cgill.ca/applying/online/ready/
Montréal QC H3A 1W 9
____________________________________________________________________________________

Applicant Statistics: M D,CM Program
                                              YEAR FOR W HICH ADMISSION W AS SOUGHT

                                          2005/06      2006/07     2007/08      2008/09      2009/10


     Offered and Registered                  171          169         170          164          176

     Offered Deferred Adm ission                 3            5            6            -             1

     Offer Declined                           88           25           26           35          15

     Not Offered                             504          682         829          825          770

     Total Applicants                        766          881        1031         1024          962


     SUCCESS RATE (%) BY
                                             %            %            %            %            %
     RESIDENCE 1

     Québec                                  76.3         57.1        48.2         33.7         48.5

     Other Canadian                           9.5          6.3          4.2          5.3         3.5

     Foreign                                 27.4          9.3        10.3         11.5         12.2

     All Applicants to McGill                34.2         22.6        19.6         19.4         20.0

        Success Rate: Percentage of applicants who received at least one offer of adm ission
                      whether subsequently registered, declined or deferred.

        1
            The province of Québec has restrictions on both the num bers of positions allocated for
            other residents in Canada and residents outside Canada. The distribution is apportioned
            by the four faculties of m edicine during each adm issions cycle.
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Faculty of M edicine, UNIVERSITY OF OTTAW A


Length of Program : 4 years                                Language of Instruction: English and French

Proficiency in English Testing: No            Computer: Personal required (to be purchased
                                              through the university and invoiced with tuition
                                              fees)
____________________________________________________________________________________

2011/12 New Adm issions into Year One: 164

2011/12 First-Year Tuition: $19,557 for Canadian residents; other com pulsory fees were $913
____________________________________________________________________________________

Selection Factors:   The projected num ber of year one positions available for 2012/13 is 168 which includes
                     up to 7 positions available to Aboriginal/native students and up to 4 positions available
                     to students in the MD/PhD program ; plus 8 positions available through the “Consortium
                     national de form ation en santé” program and up to 4 positions available through the
                     Canadian Forces (provided the Canadian Forces will continue to subsidize the Medical
                     Military Training Program ).

                 Canadian citizens/perm anent residents m ay apply.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Academic Criteria: Three years full-tim e university studies leading to a Bachelor’s degree is required.

                      The m inim um acceptable grade point average is 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. The m ean grade
                      point average of successful applicants in 2010/11 was 3.90.

                      The MCAT is not required.

                 Prerequisite courses include the equivalent of one full year course in general biology
                 (with laboratory) and one full year course in hum anities/social sciences and the
                 equivalent of two full year courses in the following chem istries - general chem istry (with
                 laboratory), organic chem istry (with laboratory) and/or biochem istry (without laboratory).
____________________________________________________________________________________

Special Consideration:Aboriginal applicants: Required m inim um weighted grade point average is set at
                      a lower cut-off for advancem ent in the selection process.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Deferred Adm issions: Considered under exceptional circum stances only

Transfers: Considered under special conditions

Com bined Programs: MD/PhD
____________________________________________________________________________________

Interviews: These take place in March, 2012. Approxim ately 590 applicants are interviewed.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Offers of Admission:     Offers are e-m ailed starting on May 15, 2012 until the class is com plete. A firm non-
                         refundable deposit of $1,000 m ust be received with a final acceptance and will be
                         deducted from the tuition fee.
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Application Details: See OMSAS section.
____________________________________________________________________________________

To Request an Application (which includes more information):

See OMSAS section.

For M ore Detailed Information:

Adm issions                      Tel:       (613) 562-5409
Faculty of Medicine              Fax:       (613) 562-5651
University of Ottawa             E-m ail:   adm issm d@ uottawa.ca
451 Sm yth Road Room 2046        W eb-site: www.m edicine.uottawa.ca
Ottawa ON K1H 8M5
____________________________________________________________________________________

Applicant Statistics:
                                            YEAR FOR W HICH ADMISSION W AS SOUGHT

                                       2005/06     2006/07      2007/08     2008/09        2009/10


      Offered and Registered              148         150          153        145

      Offered Deferred Adm ission             2            2           1        1           data

      Offer Declined                       63          69           98         58          not yet

      Not Offered                        2428        2938        3102         3065         provided
      Total Applicants                   2641        3159        3354         3269


      SUCCESS RATE (%) BY
                                          %            %           %            %             %
      RESIDENCE

      Ontario                              8.7         7.6          7.7         7.2

      Other Canadian                       6.3         5.5          7.3         3.8
                1
      Foreign                              3.6         2.3          0.0         0.0

      All Applicants to Ottawa             8.1         7.0          7.5         6.2

       Success Rate: Percentage of applicants who received at least one offer of adm ission
                     whether subsequently registered, declined or deferred.

       1
           Includes Canadian citizens/landed im m igrants who were living outside Canada
           at tim e of application.
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Faculté de médecine, UNIVERSITÉ D’OTTAW A


Durée du programme : 4 années                           Langue du programme : Français et anglais

Épreuve de compétence en français : Au besoin Ordinateur : Besoin d’un ordinateur personnel
                                              (l’achat peut se faire par l’entrem ise de l’université
                                              et la facturation se fait avec les frais de scolarité)
____________________________________________________________________________________

Nom bre de nouvelles adm issions en première année pour 2011/12 : 164

                                              19 557$ pour résidents d u C anada; a utre frais
Frais de scolarité de première année pour 2011/12 :
                                              obligatoires 913$
____________________________________________________________________________________

Facteurs de sélection :   Les prévisions du nom bre de postes de prem ière année disponibles pour 2012/13
                          sont de 168, incluant jusqu’à 7 postes réservés aux étudiants autochtones et
                          jusqu’‘a 4 postes réservés aux étudiants du program m e MD/PhD; plus 8 postes
                          par le biais du program m e du Consortium national de form ation en santé et
                          jusqu’à 4 postes offerts par le biais des Forces canadiennes (et à condition que
                          les Forces canadiennes continuent de subventionner le Program m e m ilitaire
                          d’études en m édecine).

                     Les citoyens canadiens/résidents perm anents peuvent présenter leur candidature.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Critères d’études : Trois années d’études à tem ps com plet d’un program m e de prem ier cycle m enant au
                    Baccalauréat sont requises.

                     La m oyenne pondérée cum ulative m inim um acceptable est de 3.5 sur une cote de
                     rendem ent de 4.0. La m oyenne pondérée cum ulative des candidats adm is en 2010/11
                     était 3.90.

                     Le “MCAT” n’est pas requis.

                 Les cours pré-requis incluent l’équivalent d’une année com plète de cours en biologie
                 générale (avec travaux pratiques) et une année com plète dans les hum anités ou
                 sciences sociales et l’équivalent de deux années com plètes de cours en chim ie parm i
                 les cours suivants - chim ie générale (avec travaux pratiques), chim ie organique (avec
                 travaux pratiques) et/ou biochim ie (sans travaux pratiques).
____________________________________________________________________________________

Considération particulière : Candidats autochtones : Les dossiers des candidats autochtones avancent
                             dans le chem inem ent du processus de sélection avec une m oyenne pondérée
                             m inim ale m oins élevée pour l’excellence des notes.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Adm issions reportées : Envisagées sous circonstance exceptionnelle seulem ent

Transferts : Envisagés selon des considérations particulières

Programmes com binés : MD/PhD
____________________________________________________________________________________

Entrevues : Les entrevues auront lieu en m ars 2012. Environ 590 candidats seront interviewés.
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Offres d’admission : Les offres seront envoyées par courriel à com pter du 15 m ai 2012, jusqu’à ce que la
                     classe soit com plète. Un dépôt ferm e et non rem boursable de 1 000$ doit être reçu
                     pour toute acceptation finale. Ce dépôt sera déduit des frais de scolarité.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Détails des demandes : Consultez la section Service ontarien de dem ande d’adm ission en m édecine.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Pour obtenir un formulaire de dem ande (plus amples informations) :

Consultez la section Service ontarien de dem ande d’adm ission en m édecine.

Pour de plus amples informations :

Adm issions                      Téléphone :   (613) 562-5409
Faculté de m édecine             Télécopieur : (613) 562-5651
Université d’Ottawa              Courriel :    adm issm d@ uottawa.ca
451 chem in Sm yth Pièce 2046    Site web :    www.m edicine.uottawa.ca
Ottawa ON K1H 8M5
____________________________________________________________________________________

Statistiques des candidats :
                                                          ANNÉE DE LA DEMANDE D’ADMISSION

                                              2005/06        2006/07    2007/08      2008/09      2009/10


     Offre et inscription                        148           150         153         145         aucune

     Offre d’adm ission reportée                      2            2            1        1         donnée

                                                                                                   n’a été
     Offre refusée                                63            69          98          58
                                                                                                  soum ise
     Aucune offre                               2428          2938        3102         3065
                                                                                                  à ce jour
     Total des dem andes                        2641          3159        3354         3269


     TAUX DE SUCCÈS (%) PAR LIEU
                                                  %            %            %            %            %
     DE RÉSIDENCE

     Ontario                                      8.7           7.6         7.7          7.2

     Autre province/territoire canadien           6.3           5.5         7.3          3.8
                1
     Étranger                                     3.6           2.3         0.0          0.0

     Toutes les dem andes à Ottawa                8.1           7.0         7.5          6.2

          Taux de succès : Pourcentage de candidats ayant reçu au m oins une offre d’adm ission,
                           que l’inscription aie été im m édiate, refusée ou reportée.

          1
              Cette catégorie inclut les citoyens canadiens/résidents perm anents qui étaient dom iciliés
              à l’extérieur du Canada au m om ent de leurs dem andes d’adm ission.
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School of M edicine, QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY AT KINGSTON


Length of Program : 4 years                                       Language of Instruction: English

Proficiency in English Testing: No                  Computer: A laptop is required
____________________________________________________________________________________

2011/12 New Adm issions into Year One: 100

2011/12 First-Year Tuition: $19,686 for Canadian residents; other com pulsory fees were $911
____________________________________________________________________________________

Selection Factors: The num ber of year one positions available for 2012/13 is100 which includes up to 4
                   positions available to Aboriginal students.

                 Canadian citizens/perm anent residents m ay apply.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Academic Criteria: Three years full-tim e university/college is required.

                     Applicants are assessed based on the cum ulative converted grade point average (see
                     the OMSAS Conversion Scale) of all years of undergraduate study, including sum m er
                     and supplem ental courses. For applicants who do not m eet the m inim um requirem ent,
                     the m ost recent two full-tim e years of com pleted undergraduate study will be
                     considered. Grade point averages fluctuate annually based on the applicant pool. Past
                     m inim um grade point average levels are not a predictor of future levels.

                     The M CAT is required and the test m ust have been taken within five years of the
                     application subm ission.

                 Prerequisite courses include one full credit in a biological science, a physical science
                 and either a hum anities or social science.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Special Consideration: Applies to Aboriginal applicants.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Deferred Adm issions: Considered

Transfers: Not considered

Com bined Programs: May be considered on an individual basis
____________________________________________________________________________________

Interviews: These take place on March 3, 4, 24 and 25, 2012.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Offers of Admission:    Offers are m ailed on May 15, 2012. A non-refundable acceptance deposit of $1,050
                        m ust be received in order to secure the position. The deposit will be deducted from
                        the tuition fee.
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Application Details: See OMSAS section.
____________________________________________________________________________________

To Request an Application (which includes more information):

See OMSAS section.

For M ore Detailed Information:

Adm issions Officer              Tel:       (613) 533-3307
School of Medicine               Fax:       (613) 533-3190
Queen’s University at Kingston   E-m ail:   queensm d@queensu.ca
68 Barrie Street                 W eb-site: http://m eds.queensu.ca/undergraduate
Kingston ON K7L 3N6
____________________________________________________________________________________

Applicant Statistics:
                                           YEAR FOR W HICH ADMISSION W AS SOUGHT

                                       2005/06     2006/07      2007/08     2008/09        2009/10


      Offered and Registered               97          95         100          100

      Offered Deferred Adm ission             4            3           1            3       data

      Offer Declined                       99          72           91          96         not yet

      Not Offered                       1576         2030        2117         2840         provided
      Total Applicants                  1776         2200        2309         3039


      SUCCESS RATE (%) BY
                                          %            %           %            %             %
      RESIDENCE

      Ontario                             10.3         8.0          8.1         7.1

      Other Canadian                      13.7         7.2          9.3         5.4
                1
      Foreign                             11.8         0.0          0.0         2.4

      All Applicants to Queen’s           11.3         7.7          8.3         6.5

       Success Rate: Percentage of applicants who received at least one offer of adm ission
                     whether subsequently registered, declined or deferred.

       1
           Includes Canadian citizens/landed im m igrants who were living outside Canada
           at tim e of application.
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Faculty of M edicine, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO


Length of Program : 4 years                                  Language of Instruction: English

Proficiency in English Testing: No            Computer: Personal not required
____________________________________________________________________________________

2011/12 New Adm issions into Year One: 259

                        $18,977 for Canadian residents; $53,604 for visa students; other com pulsory
2011/12 First-Year Tuition:
                        fees were $1,436
____________________________________________________________________________________

Selection Factors: The num ber of year one positions available for 2012/13 is 259 which includes up to 7
                   positions available for foreign students and up to 10 positions available to applicants to
                   the MD/PhD program .

                      The 259 positions are allocated to two cam puses: 205 at the St. George cam pus (in
                      downtown Toronto) and 54 at the Mississauga cam pus (in Mississauga).

                      Students will be assigned to either the Mississauga cam pus or the St. George cam pus
                      at the tim e of adm ission. At the St. George cam pus, students will be assigned to one
                      of three academ y sites shortly after the adm issions process is com pleted. The St.
                      George cam pus includes the Fitzgerald, Peters-Boyd and W ightm an-Berris Academ ies.
                      All cam pus and academ y assignm ents will be for the entire 4 years of study. All
                      students will be able to participate in clinical learning opportunities across the faculty of
                      m edicine’s affiliates. During the interview weekends, detailed inform ation regarding the
                      cam pus and academ y structure and m ethod of assignm ent will be provided. Interviewed
                      applicants will be asked to com plete a short survey indicating their preference for one
                      academ y over the other, or that they have no preference. Although we cannot guarantee
                      placem ent at one’s first choice of cam pus or academ y, our process is designed to
                      m axim ise student satisfaction.

                 Canadian citizens/perm anent residents or visa students m ay apply.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Academic Criteria: A m inim um of three years full-tim e university study is required.

                      The m inim um acceptable grade point average is 3.6 on a 4.0 scale. The m ean grade
                      point average of successful applicants in 2011/12 was 3.88.

                      The MCAT is required and the test m ust have been written within five years of the
                      application deadline. O nly the m ost recent score is considered. The m inim um
                      acceptable scores are 9/9/9 and N.

                 Prerequisite courses include two full courses in life sciences and one full course in
                 social science or hum anities or a second language.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Special Consideration:     Applicants from a graduate program are assessed in a separate process. They
                           m ust subm it additional inform ation showing research productivity as well as
                           additional reference letters. Graduate applicants m ay be considered with a lower
                           than m inim um required grade point average. Graduate applicants will only be
                           considered if they have already com pleted or are in the final stages of com pleting
                           their graduate program . Com pletion of all program requirem ents, including
                           successful defense of a thesis if required, m ust occur prior to June 30 th in the year
                           of proposed entry.
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Deferred Adm issions: Considered (not routinely)

Transfers: Not considered

Com bined Programs: MD/PhD
____________________________________________________________________________________

Interviews:These take place on 3 weekends between February-April, 2012. For the Septem ber, 2011
           entering class there were 528 applicants interviewed.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Offers of Admission:Offers are m ailed on May 15, 2012. A non-refundable acceptance deposit of $1,000
                    m ust be received in order to secure the position. The deposit will be applied to the
                    tuition fee.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Application Details: See OMSAS section.
____________________________________________________________________________________

To Request an Application (which includes more information):

See OMSAS section.

For M ore Detailed Information:

Office of Adm issions & Student Financial Services   Tel:         (416) 978-7928
Faculty of Medicine                                  Fax:         (416) 971-2163
University of Toronto                                E-m ail:     m edicine.adm iss@ utoronto.ca
Medical Sciences Building Room 2135                  W eb-site:   www.m d.utoronto.ca
1 King’s College Circle
Toronto ON M5S 1A8
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Applicant Statistics:
                                         YEAR FOR W HICH ADMISSION W AS SOUGHT

                                    2005/06      2006/07     2007/08      2008/09     2009/10


      Offered and Registered           196          207         220         222

      Offered Deferred Adm ission        14             4            4           3      data

      Offer Declined                     69          79          70           67       not yet

      Not Offered                     1817        2461         2867        2439       provided
      Total Applicants                2096        2751         3161        2731


      SUCCESS RATE (%) BY
                                        %           %            %           %           %
      RESIDENCE

      Ontario                          14.4         11.4        10.1        11.5

      Other Canadian                   11.0          8.6         7.8          8.8

      Foreign                            6.2         5.6         2.3          2.0

      All Applicants to Toronto        13.3         10.5         9.3        10.7

       Success Rate: Percentage of applicants who received at least one offer of adm ission
                     whether subsequently registered, declined or deferred.
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M ichael G. DeGroote School of M edicine, M CM ASTER UNIVERSITY


Length of Program : 3 years                                         Language of Instruction: English

Proficiency in English Testing: Yes                 Computer: Required
____________________________________________________________________________________

2011/12 New Adm issions into Year One: 203

                        $22,497 for Canadian residents; $95.000 for visa students; other com pulsory
2011/12 First-Year Tuition:
                        fees were $842
____________________________________________________________________________________

Selection Factors: The num ber of year one positions available for 2011/12 was 203: 147 positions were
                   at the Ham ilton cam pus, 28 positions were at the W aterloo Regional Cam pus (in
                   Kitchener) and 28 positions were at the Niagara Regional Cam pus (in St. Catharines).

                     All applicants invited to the MMI (Multiple Mini Interview) will be asked to rank their site
                     choice or indicate no preference. Offers of adm ission will be m ade from the m aster rank
                     list irrespective of geographical preference. Subsequent to filling the positions,
                     registrants will be offered a position based on their preference and geographical
                     background. The offer of adm ission will be binding to a specific site.

                 Canadian citizens/perm anent residents or visa students m ay apply.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Academic Criteria: Three years (30 credits) of university is required.

                     The m inim um acceptable grade point average is 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. The m ean grade
                     point average of successful applicants in 2011/12 was 3.75.

                     The MCAT is required — only the Verbal Reasoning score (a m inim um score of 6 is
                     required) is used in the selection process. The test m ust have been taken within five
                     years of the application deadline.

                 There are no prerequisite courses.
____________________________________________________________________________________

                     Aboriginal applicants m ust self-identify and m ust m eet m inim um requirem ents.
Special Consideration:
                     Applicants are reviewed by a separate comm ittee.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Deferred Adm issions: Considered

Transfers: Not considered

Com bined Programs: MD/PhD
____________________________________________________________________________________

Interviews:   These take place in March and April, 2012. For the Septem ber, 2011 entering class there were
              495 Ontario residents interviewed, 50 other residents of Canada interviewed and 2 residents
              outside of Canada interviewed for a total of 547 applicants interviewed.
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Offers of Admission:Offers are m ailed on May 15, 2012. A non-refundable acceptance deposit of $1,000
                    m ust be received in order to secure the position. The deposit will be deducted from
                    the tuition fee.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Application Details: See OMSAS section.
____________________________________________________________________________________

To Request an Application (which includes more information):

See OMSAS section.

For M ore Detailed Information:

McMaster University MD Adm issions  Tel:       (905) 525-9140 ext. 22235
1280 Main Street W est MDCL-3104    Fax:       (905) 546-0349
Ham ilton ON L8S 4K1                E-m ail:   m dadm it@ m cm aster.ca
                                    W eb-site: www.fhs.m cm aster.ca/m dprog
____________________________________________________________________________________

Applicant Statistics:
                                            YEAR FOR W HICH ADMISSION W AS SOUGHT

                                       2005/06      2006/07      2007/08      2008/09     2009/10


      Offered and Registered              149          146          164         181

      Offered Deferred Adm ission              3           5            2            3      data

      Offer Declined                       93           75           72           79       not yet

      Not Offered                        3661         4373        4609         4470       provided
      Total Applicants                   3906         4599        4847         4733


      SUCCESS RATE (%) BY
                                           %           %            %            %            %
      RESIDENCE

      Ontario                              7.0          5.6          5.4          6.5

      Other Canadian                       4.1          2.9          3.4          2.8
                1
      Foreign                              3.6          2.1          2.6          2.7

      All Applicants to McMaster           6.3          4.9          4.9          5.6

       Success Rate: Percentage of applicants who received at least one offer of adm ission
                     whether subsequently registered, declined or deferred.

       1
           Includes students who applied for positions available under contract with foreign governm ents
           or educational institutions in 2005/06 - 2006/07.
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Schulich School of M edicine & Dentistry, UNIVERSITY OF W ESTERN ONTARIO


Length of Program : 4 years                                        Language of Instruction: English

Proficiency in English Testing: No                  Computer: Personal required
____________________________________________________________________________________

2011/12 New Adm issions into Year One: 171

2011/12 First-Year Tuition: $19,139 for Canadian residents; other com pulsory fees were $1,045
____________________________________________________________________________________

Selection Factors: The num ber of year one positions available for 2012/13 is 171; 133 in London and 38
                   at the W indsor cam pus. Students are assigned to the cam pus of their preference based
                   on their rank. Once the preferred cam pus is filled, students are assigned in rank order
                   to the rem aining seats. In 2012/13, the 171 positions include up to 3 positions available
                   to Indigenous applicants, up to 3 positions available to applicants to the MD/PhD
                   program , up to 3 positions available to applicants to the MD/BESc program ; and up to
                   1 position available to applicants to the oral m axillofacial surgery program .

                 Canadian citizens/perm anent residents m ay apply.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Academic Criteria: Four years (honours) full-tim e university/college is required. A Honours Bachelor’s
                   degree is required at tim e of adm ission.

                      The m inim um acceptable grade point average in each of two years of the
                      undergraduate degree was 3.70 on a 4.0 scale for the 2011/12 entering class.

                      The MCAT is required and the test m ust have been taken within five years prior to the
                      application deadline. MCAT cut offs vary from year to year and are dependent on the
                      com petitiveness of the applicant pool.

                 There are no prerequisite courses.
____________________________________________________________________________________

                     Applies to applicants who have indicated on their application that they are from
Special Consideration:
                     rural/regional com m unities in Southwestern Ontario and from Indigenous
                     com m unities.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Deferred Adm issions:      Considered only on the basis of appeal to applicants who have progressed through
                           the regular adm ission cycle and have received an offer of adm ission. Individuals
                           requesting deferred adm ission m ust subm it a request in writing to the Adm issions
                           & Student Affairs Office.

Transfers:      Consideration is restricted to Canadian citizens or perm anent residents of Canada currently
                enrolled in a Canadian faculty of m edicine. Applicants considering transfer m ust contact the
                Adm issions & Student Affairs Office.

Com bined Programs:        MD/BESc, MD/PhD (University of W estern Ontario only), Oral M axillofacial
                           Surgery (MD/MSc)
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Interviews:These take place on March 3-4, 31 and April 1, 2012. For the Septem ber, 2011 entering class
           there were 412 applicants interviewed.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Offers of Admission:Offers are electronically m ailed on May 15, 2012. A non-refundable acceptance
                    deposit of $1,000 m ust be received in order to secure the position. The deposit will
                    be deducted from the tuition fee.
______________________________________________________________________________________

Application Details: See OMSAS section.
______________________________________________________________________________________

To Request an Application (which includes more information):

See OMSAS section.

For M ore Detailed Information:

Adm issions & Student Affairs                   Tel:             (519) 661-3744
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry         Fax:             (519) 850-2958
University of W estern Ontario                  E-m ail:         adm issions@schulich.uwo.ca
Kresge Building K1                              W eb-site:       www.schulich.uwo.ca
London ON N6A 5C1

____________________________________________________________________________________

Applicant Statistics:
                                             YEAR FOR W HICH ADMISSION W AS SOUGHT

                                        2005/06       2006/07          2007/08    2008/09      2009/10


      Offered and Registered               133           138             147         147

      Offered Deferred Adm ission               2                2            2           4     data

      Offer Declined                        64               60            77         49       not yet

      Not Offered                         1672          2329            2074        1603       provided
      Total Applicants                    1871          2529            2300        1803


      SUCCESS RATE (%) BY
                                            %                %            %           %           %
      RESIDENCE

      Ontario                              11.6              9.5          10.6       12.9

      Other Canadian                        7.4              3.7           7.2        4.1
                1, 2
      Foreign                              21.1              0.0           3.4        5.9

      All Applicants to UW O               10.6              7.9           9.8       11.1

        Success Rate: Percentage of applicants who received at least one offer of adm ission
                      whether subsequently registered, declined or deferred.

        1
            Includes students who applied for positions under contract with foreign governm ents
            or educational institutions in 2005/06.

        2
            Includes Canadian citizens/landed im m igrants who were living outside Canada
            at tim e of application.
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Northern Ontario School of M edicine, LAURENTIAN UNIVERSITY / LAKEHEAD UNIVERSITY


Length of Program : 4 years                                Language of Instruction: English

Proficiency in English Testing: No            Computer: Students m ust lease laptops from
                                                        the school
____________________________________________________________________________________

2011/12 New Adm issions into Year One: 64

                        $17,850 for Canadian residents; other com pulsory fees were $1,815 at the
2011/12 First-Year Tuition:
                        East Cam pus and $2,072 at the W est Cam pus
____________________________________________________________________________________

Selection Factors:    The num ber of year one positions available for 2012/13 is 64 which includes a m inim um
                      of 2 positions available to Aboriginal students.

                      The 64 positions are allocated to two cam puses: Lakehead University and Laurentian
                      University. Candidates who are invited for an interview will be asked to indicate their
                      preferred cam pus. There is no guarantee that all students will be offered a seat at their
                      preferred site.

                      Canadian citizens/perm anent residents m ay apply.

                 Selection will favour those who are likely to thrive in the challenging northern and rural
                 learning environm ents, including applicants from within Northern Ontario, rural and
                 rem ote areas in the rest of Canada and Aboriginal and Francophone applicants.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Academic Criteria: Four years full-tim e university/college is required. An applicant who is 25 years or older
                   m ay apply with a three year degree. A Bachelor’s degree is required at tim e of
                   adm ission.

                      The m inim um acceptable grade point average is 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. The m ean grade
                      point average of successful applicants in 2010/11 was 3.7.

                      The MCAT is not required.

                 W hile there are no course requirem ents, the school values applicants who present
                 evidence of a broad undergraduate education. Applicants with m ajors in science will be
                 expected to have com pleted at least two full-course equivalents in arts, social sciences
                 and/or hum anities within their degree program s, while applicants pursuing m ajors in
                 arts, social sciences and/or hum anities will be expected to have com pleted at least two
                 full-course equivalents in science within their degree program .
____________________________________________________________________________________

                     Aboriginal applicants m ay apply through the Aboriginal Adm issions Stream ,
Special Consideration:
                     however, all m inim um requirem ents m ust be m et.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Deferred Adm issions: Not considered (except under extenuating circum stances)

Transfers: Not considered

Com bined Programs: Not available
                                                                                                       35


Interviews:These take place in March and April, 2012. For the Septem ber, 2011 entering class there were
           395 applicants interviewed.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Offers of Admission:Offers are m ailed on May 15, 2012. A non-refundable acceptance deposit of $1,000
                    m ust be received in order to secure the position. The deposit will be deducted from
                    the tuition fee.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Application Details: See OMSAS section.
____________________________________________________________________________________

To Request an Application (which includes more information):

See OMSAS section.

For M ore Detailed Information:

Office of Adm issions                         Tel:       (807) 766-7463 or 1-800-461-8777
Northern Ontario School of Medicine           Fax:       (807) 766-7368
955 Oliver Road MS 2003                       E-m ail:   adm issions@nosm .ca
Thunder Bay ON P7B 6K6                        W eb-site: www.nosm .ca
____________________________________________________________________________________

Applicant Statistics:
                                            YEAR FOR W HICH ADMISSION W AS SOUGHT

                                        2005/06     2006/07      2007/08     2008/09        2009/10


      Offered and Registered                56          56           56          58

      Offered Deferred Adm ission              -           1            1           -        data

      Offer Declined                        19          21           14          12         not yet

      Not Offered                        2020         1971        2202         1822         provided
      Total Applicants                   2095         2049        2273         1892


      SUCCESS RATE (%) BY
                                           %           %            %           %              %
      RESIDENCE

      Ontario                               3.7         4.3          3.6         4.3

      Other Canadian                        2.9         2.0          1.5         1.7
                1
      Foreign                               9.5         3.6          0.0         0.0

      All Applicants to NOSM                3.6         3.8          3.1         3.7

        Success Rate: Percentage of applicants who received at least one offer of adm ission
                      whether subsequently registered, declined or deferred.

        1
            Includes Canadian citizens/landed im m igrants who were living outside Canada
            at tim e of application.
36


Faculty of M edicine, UNIVERSITY OF M ANITOBA


Length of Program : 4 years                                             Language of Instruction: English

Proficiency in English Testing: Yes                    Computer: Students would benefit
                                                       from owning/having access to a
                                                       personal com puter or laptop
____________________________________________________________________________________

2011/12 New Adm issions into Year One: 110

                        Not available at tim e of publication (2010/11 fees were $7,499 for Canadian
2011/12 First-Year Tuition:
                        residents; other com pulsory fees were $984)
____________________________________________________________________________________

Selection Factors:    The num ber of year one positions available for 2011/12 was 110 of which ninety percent
                      were filled by residents of Manitoba.

                      Aboriginal applicants who self-identify are reviewed by a separate com m ittee. They
                      m ust m eet m inim um eligibility requirem ents and subm it docum entation to support their
                      declaration of Aboriginal ancestry.

                      All applicants will be evaluated in a variety of dom ains including a connection to and
                      involvem ent with rural com m unities and advanced academ ic pursuits.

                 Applicants m ust be a Canadian citizen/perm anent resident at the tim e of application.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Academic Criteria: Three years full-tim e university are required. A Bachelor’s degree is required at tim e of
                   adm ission.

                      The m inim um acceptable grade point average is 3.3 on a 4.5 scale. The m ean grade
                      point average of successful applicants in 2011/12 was 4.18 for Manitoba residents, 4.05
                      out-of-providence residents and 4.00 for Aboriginal applicants.

                      The MCAT is required and the test m ust have been taken no earlier than April, 2008
                      and no later than Septem ber, 2011. Eligible applicants m ust have scored a m inim um
                      of 7 each of the Verbal Reasoning (VR), Physical Sciences (PS) and Biological
                      Sciences (BS sub-tests with a m inim um of M on the W riting Sam ple (W S) in a single
                      session.

                 Prerequisite courses include a m inim um of 6 credit hours of university level
                 biochem istry. If biochem istry courses are taken at another university, they m ust be
                 assessed for equivalency to the University of Manitoba’s course content. Applicants
                 m ust also com plete courses in hum anities/social sciences. Applicants who com plete
                 a BSc (general) or BA (general) m ust com plete 18 credit hours in hum anities/social
                 sciences. Applicants who com plete a 4 year Major or Honours program m ay waive up
                 to 12 credit hours of hum anities/social sciences.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Deferred Adm issions: Considered

Transfers:   Considered

Com bined Programs: MD/BSc Med, MD/PhD
                                                                                                         37


Interviews:These take place from late February to early March, 2012. For the August, 2011 entering class
           there were 268 Manitoba residents interviewed and 48 other residents of Canada interviewed
           for a total of 316 applicants interviewed.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Offers of Admission:O ffers are e-m ailed on May 15 and June 1, 2012. A $500 non-refundable
                    acceptance deposit is required.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Application Details:A com bination paper and electronic application process is available in August, 2011.
                    The early-bird application deadline is Septem ber 23, 2011 and the fee is $95. The
                    final application deadline is October 7, 2011 and the fee is $125 between Septem ber
                    24 and October 7, 2011.
____________________________________________________________________________________

To Request an Application or M ore Detailed Information:

Adm issions                                           Tel:          (204) 789-3499
Faculty of Medicine                                   Fax:          (204) 789-3929
University of Manitoba                                E-m ail:      ugadm it@ cc.um anitoba.ca
260-727 McDerm ot Avenue
W innipeg MB R3E 3P5                                http://um anitoba.ca/faculties/m edicine/a
                                                      W eb-site:
                                                    dm issions/index.htm l
____________________________________________________________________________________

Applicant Statistics:
                                             YEAR FOR W HICH ADMISSION W AS SOUGHT

                                        2005/06      2006/07       2007/08     2008/09     2009/10


      Offered and Registered                93           94           96         106             107

      Offered Deferred Adm ission               6           4             5           4              3

      Offer Declined                        37           57           42           23             19

      Not Offered                          567          661          814         815             723

      Total Applicants                     703          816          957         948             852


      SUCCESS RATE (%) BY
                                            %           %             %           %              %
      RESIDENCE

      Manitoba                             41.4         34.8         30.4        35.9            34.7

      Other Canadian                        8.8         10.9          6.9          5.7            5.2
                1
      Foreign                               0.0         33.3          0.0          0.0            0.0

      All Applicants to Manitoba           19.3         19.0         14.9        14.0            15.1

        Success Rate: Percentage of applicants who received at least one offer of adm ission
                      whether subsequently registered, declined or deferred.

        1
            Includes students who applied for positions under contract with foreign governm ents
            or educational institutions in 2006/07.
38


College of M edicine, UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEW AN


Length of Program : 4 years                                         Language of Instruction: English

Proficiency in English Testing: No                  Computer: Personal required
____________________________________________________________________________________

2011/12 New Adm issions into Year One: 84

2011/12 First-Year Tuition: $13,649 for Canadian residents; other com pulsory fees were $697
____________________________________________________________________________________

Selection Factors: The num ber of year one positions available for 2012/13 is expected to be 84 which
                   includes up to 9 positions available to Aboriginal/native applicants and 8 positions
                   available to out-of province applicants.

                 Canadian citizens/perm anent residents m ay apply.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Academic Criteria: Two years full-tim e university/college is required.

                     The m inim um acceptable grade point average is 78% for residents of Saskatchewan
                     and 80% for out-of-province residents, although out-of-province applicants invited for
                     interview in the last several years have had averages of 90% or higher. The m ean grade
                     point average of successful applicants in 2010/11 was 89.29%.

                     The MCAT is required except for students who have com pleted the prerequisites within
                     Saskatchewan as described in the next paragraph. The test m ust have been taken
                     within the last five years and scores have to be available at the tim e of application. The
                     m inim um acceptable scores are 26N - accum ulated scores in biological sciences,
                     physical sciences and verbal reasoning sections of 26 with no section below 8 and N
                     in the writing sam ple. The m axim um num ber of tim es an applicant m ay take the MCAT
                     is five tim es (additional sittings will not be accepted unless approved in writing by the
                     Adm issions Office, College of Medicine).

                 Prerequisite courses are m andatory for students who wish to apply under the
                 "prerequisite only" requirem ent whereby all courses are taken at the University of
                 Saskatchewan or University of Regina within five years of applying with a m inim um
                 overall average of 78% and m inim um individual course grade of 60%. The prerequisites
                 are identified at www.m edicine.usask.ca/adm issions and include two term s in each of
                 biochem istry, biology, chem istry (general and organic), physics, social
                 science/hum anities and English. Students attending institutions outside Saskatchewan
                 are strongly recom m ended to com plete equivalent prerequisites, particularly two term s
                 of biochem istry, to ensure readiness for the basic sciences covered in the first two years
                 of the undergraduate m edical curriculum .
____________________________________________________________________________________

Special Consideration:     Students of Aboriginal ancestry m ay m ake application through the Aboriginal
                           Equity Access Program whereby all requirem ents are the sam e as the regular pool
                           but students com pete within this category, not against the entire applicant pool.
                                                                                                      39


                     Note: Aboriginal applicants have the option of applying under the "prerequisite
                     only" academ ic requirem ent even if prerequisites are taken outside Saskatchewan
                     institutions. Confirm ation of equivalent courses m ust be m ade by contacting the
                     Adm issions Office prior to application.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Deferred Adm issions: Considered (residents of Saskatchewan only)

Transfers: Not considered

Com bined Programs: MD/MSc, MD/PhD (program s available only after successful com pletion of MD year
                    one)
____________________________________________________________________________________

Interviews:The Multiple Mini Interview process is used and all interviews take place on March 17 and 18,
           2012. For the Septem ber, 2011 entering class, there were 276 Saskatchewan residents and
           47 other residents of Canada interviewed for a total of 323 applicants interviewed.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Offers of Admission:Offers are e-m ailed and m ailed on May 15, 2012. A non-refundable $500 acceptance
                    deposit was required but will increase for those accepting offers in 2012.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Application Details:The on-line application is available on August 15, 2011 (paper applications available
                    only upon request). The deadline to subm it the application on-line is October 31,
                    2011. The application fee is $125.
____________________________________________________________________________________

To Request an Application or M ore Detailed Information:

Adm issions                             Tel:         (306) 966-4030
College of Medicine                     Fax:         (306) 966-2601
University of Saskatchewan              E-m ail:     m ed.adm issions@usask.ca
A217 Health Sciences Building           W eb-site:   www.m edicine.usask.ca/adm issions
107 W iggins Road
Saskatoon SK S7N 5E5
40


Applicant Statistics:
                                          YEAR FOR W HICH ADMISSION W AS SOUGHT

                                      2005/06     2006/07     2007/08     2008/09      2009/10


     Offered and Registered              60           60          68           84             84

     Offered Deferred Adm ission             -           -           -            2            3

     Offer Declined                      22           23          23           26             39

     Not Offered                        381         448          477         479          765

     Total Applicants                   463         531          568         591          891


     SUCCESS RATE (%) BY
                                         %           %           %            %           %
     RESIDENCE

     Saskatchewan                       35.4        29.3         34.6        35.9         23.7

     Other Canadian                      6.7          8.2         6.9          7.6            7.4

     Foreign                             0.0          0.0         0.0          0.0            0.0

     All Applicants to Saskatchewan     17.7        15.6         16.0        19.0         14.1

       Success Rate: Percentage of applicants who received at least one offer of adm ission
                     whether subsequently registered, declined or deferred.
                                                                                                            41


Faculty of M edicine & Dentistry, UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA


Length of Program : 4 years                                         Language of Instruction: English

Proficiency in English Testing: Yes                 Computer: Personal not required
____________________________________________________________________________________

2011/12 New Adm issions into Year One: 167

2011/12 First-Year Tuition: $11,754 for Canadian residents; other com pulsory fees were $1,067
____________________________________________________________________________________

Selection Factors: The num ber of year one positions available for 2011/12 was 167 which included 5
                   positions available to Aboriginal applicants and 10 positions available to rural applicants.
                   At least eighty-five percent of year one positions were filled by residents of Alberta.

                 Canadian citizens/perm anent residents m ay apply.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Academic Criteria: Two years full-tim e university/college is required.

                       The m inim um acceptable grade point average on a 4.0 scale is 3.3 for residents of
                       Alberta and 3.5 for residents outside Alberta for students with 4 or m ore years post-
                       secondary study; 3.7 for students with 2 or 3 years post-secondary study (not receiving
                       a degree). The m ean grade point average of successful applicants in 2011/12 was 3.8.

                       The MCAT is required and the test m ust have been taken no later than Septem ber,
                       2011 and no earlier than Novem ber, 2006. The m inim um acceptable score is 7 in any
                       category and M in the writing sam ple.

                 Prerequisite courses include full year courses in organic and general (inorganic)
                 chem istry, biology, physics and English; half year courses in biochem istry and statistics.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Deferred Adm issions: Not considered

Transfers: Considered (from Canadian faculties of m edicine only)

Com bined Programs: MD/MBA, MD/PhD, MD (with Special Training in Research)
____________________________________________________________________________________

Interviews:Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI) take place on March 17-18, 2012. For the Septem ber, 2011
           entering class there were 409 Alberta residents interviewed and 65 other residents of Canada
           interviewed for a total of 474 applicants interviewed.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Offers of Admission:Offers are m ailed on May 15, 2012. A $1,000 non-refundable acceptance deposit is
                    required. The deposit will be applied towards tuition.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Application Details:      An electronic application process is available on July 4, 2011. The deadline for
                          subm itting the application is Novem ber 1, 2011. The application fee is $75 for
                          current and form er University of Alberta undergraduates and $115 for students new
                          to the University of Alberta.
42


To Request an Application or M ore Detailed Information:

Adm issions Office                        Tel:       (780) 492-6769 or 492-9524
Undergraduate Medical Education           Fax:       (780) 492-9531
Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry           E-m ail:   adm ission@m ed.ualberta.ca
University of Alberta                     W eb-site:  www.m ed.ualberta.ca
1-002 Katz Group Centre for
        Pharm acy and Health Research
Edm onton AB T6G 2E1
____________________________________________________________________________________

Applicant Statistics:
                                             YEAR FOR W HICH ADMISSION W AS SOUGHT

                                        2005/06     2006/07      2007/08     2008/09        2009/10


      Offered and Registered               125         134          144         156           188

      Offered Deferred Adm ission              2            6           -            -            -

      Offer Declined                        61          57           65          65            88

      Not Offered                          855         916        1064          928           907

      Total Applicants                    1043        1113        1273         1149          1183


      SUCCESS RATE (%) BY
                                           %            %           %            %            %
      RESIDENCE

      Alberta                              26.4        28.2         26.4        29.4          38.0

      Other Canadian                       10.7         8.4          8.4         9.9           9.7
                1
      Foreign                              12.5        12.5          0.0        16.7          25.0

                                                                                              23.3
      All Applicants to Alberta            18.0        17.7         16.4        19.2


        Success Rate: Percentage of applicants who received at least one offer of adm ission
                      whether subsequently registered, declined or deferred.

        1
            Includes Canadian citizens/landed im m igrants who were living outside Canada
            at tim e of application.
                                                                                                            43


Faculty of M edicine, UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY


Length of Program : 3 years                                         Language of Instruction: English

Proficiency in English Testing: No                  Computer: Personal required
____________________________________________________________________________________

2011/12 New Adm issions into Year One: 170

2011/12 First-Year Tuition: $14,651 for Canadian residents; other com pulsory fees were $952
____________________________________________________________________________________

Selection Factors: The num ber of year one positions available for 2011/12 was 170. Eighty-five percent of
                   year one positions were filled by residents of Alberta.

                 Canadian citizens/perm anent residents m ay apply.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Academic Criteria: Two years full-tim e university/college are required.

                       The m inim um acceptable grade point average is 3.2 for residents of Alberta and 3.6 for
                       residents outside of Alberta on a 4.0 point scale. The m ean grade point average of
                       successful applicants in 2011/12 was 3.66.

                       The MCAT is required and the test m ust have been taken in 1991 or later.

                 Although there are no prerequisite courses the following courses are recom m ended:
                 biology, chem istry, physics, English, organic chem istry, biochem istry, physiology,
                 psychology/sociology/anthropology and calculus/statistics.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Deferred Adm issions: Considered

Transfers: Not considered

Com bined Programs: MD/MBA, MD/MSc, MD/PhD (other com binations are possible)
____________________________________________________________________________________

Interviews:These take place on February 25-26 and March 3, 2012. For the July, 2011 entering class there
           were 521 Alberta residents interviewed and 123 other residents of Canada interviewed for a
           total of 644 applicants interviewed. Aboriginal applicants who m eet the m inim um grade point
           average for Alberta residents are autom atically interviewed.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Offers of Admission:Offers are m ailed on May 15, 2012. A $500 non-refundable acceptance deposit is
                    required and can be applied towards tuition.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Application Details:      An electronic application process is available on July 15, 2011. The deadline for
                          receipt of the application and fee of $150 is October 15, 2011.
44


To Request an Application or M ore Detailed Information:

Office of Adm issions            Tel:       (403) 220-4262
Faculty of Medicine              Fax:       (403) 210-8148
University of Calgary            E-m ail:   ucm edapp@ ucalgary.ca
3330 Hospital Drive NW           W eb-site: http://m edicine.ucalgary.ca
Calgary AB T2N 4N1
____________________________________________________________________________________

Applicant Statistics:
                                            YEAR FOR W HICH ADMISSION W AS SOUGHT

                                       2005/06      2006/07      2007/08     2008/09      2009/10


      Offered and Registered               91          136         138          145          163

      Offered Deferred Adm ission              5           8         13              9        15

      Offer Declined                       51          118         131          121          150

      Not Offered                        1340        1283         1208         1135         1462

      Total Applicants                   1487        1545         1490         1410         1790


      SUCCESS RATE (%) BY
                                           %           %            %            %           %
      RESIDENCE

      Alberta                             16.4         26.3        24.8         29.7         29.4

      Other Canadian                       6.2         10.7        13.6         12.0         11.4
                1
      Foreign                             33.3         47.1        83.3         50.0         16.7

      All Applicants to Calgary            9.9         17.0        18.9         19.5         18.3

       Success Rate: Percentage of applicants who received at least one offer of adm ission
                     whether subsequently registered, declined or deferred.

       1
           Includes students who applied for positions under contract with foreign governm ents
           or educational institutions in 2006/07-2009/10.
                                                                                                          45


Faculty of M edicine, UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUM BIA


Length of Program : 4 years                                        Language of Instruction: English

Proficiency in English Testing: No                  Computer: Personal required
____________________________________________________________________________________

2011/12 New Adm issions into Year One: 288

                        $15,766 for Canadian residents; other com pulsory fees were: Vancouver
2011/12 First-Year Tuition:
                        Fraser Medical Program = $980, Island Medical Program = $222, Northern
                        Medical Program = $308 (fees for the Southern Medical Program are not
                        yet known)
____________________________________________________________________________________

Selection Factors: The num ber of year one positions available for 2012/13 is 288 which includes up to 14
                   positions available to Aboriginal applicants and up to 5 positions available to applicants
                   to the MD/PhD program . A m axim um of 29 positions will be available to out-of-province
                   residents.

                      The 288 positions are allocated to four cam puses: 192 at the Vancouver Fraser Medical
                      Program ; 32 at the Island Medical Program (in Victoria); 32 at the Northern Medical
                      Program (in Prince G eorge); 32 at the Southern Medical Program (in Kelowna). All
                      positions are filled based on the sam e selection criteria, however, a Rural/Rem ote
                      Suitability tool is also used to assign students to the Northern Medical Program .

                 Canadian citizens/perm anent residents m ay apply.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Academic Criteria: Three years full-tim e university/college is required.

                      The m inim um acceptable grade point average is 2.8 on a 4.0 scale (visit the web-site
                      for up-do-date inform ation on m inim um academ ic standing). The m ean grade point
                      average of successful applicants in 2010/11 was 3.71.

                      The MCAT is required and the test m ust have been taken within the last five years.

                 Prerequisite courses include English, biochem istry, biology, organic and inorganic
                 chem istry.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Deferred Adm issions: Considered

Transfers: Considered only after com pletion of two years of m edical studies in Canada or the United States

Com bined Programs: MD/PhD
____________________________________________________________________________________

Interviews:These take place in m id-late February, 2012. For the Septem ber, 2011 entering class there
           were 607 British Colum bia residents interviewed and 91 other residents of Canada interviewed
           for a total of 698 applicants interviewed.
____________________________________________________________________________________

Offers of Admission:     Offers are m ailed m id-May, 2012. A $1,000 non-refundable acceptance deposit is
                         required.
46


Application Details:An electronic application process is available on June 1, 2011. The deadline for
                    receipt of the application is August 15, 2011 (interviewed applicants who are required
                    to subm it supplem entary inform ation m ust do so by early March, 2012). The
                    application fees are $107 for residents of British Colum bia with BC transcripts only;
                    $138 for residents of British Colum bia with any out-of-province transcripts; and $189
                    for residents outside British Colum bia.
____________________________________________________________________________________

To Request an Application or M ore Detailed Information:

MD Undergraduate Adm issions              Tel:       (604) 822-8298
Faculty of Medicine, Dean’s Office        Fax:       (604) 822-6061
University of British Colum bia           E-m ail:   adm issions.m d@ ubc.ca
317-2194 Health Sciences Mall
Vancouver BC V6T 1Z3             W eb-site: www.m ed.ubc.ca/education/m d_ugrad/M D_Undergra
                                            duate_Adm issions.htm
____________________________________________________________________________________

Applicant Statistics:
                                             YEAR FOR W HICH ADMISSION W AS SOUGHT

                                        2005/06      2006/07     2007/08       2008/09      2009/10


      Offered and Registered               223         221          256          254          254

      Offered Deferred Adm ission              4            2           5            1            -

      Offer Declined                        26          29           38           37           28

      Not Offered                        1160         1514        1284          1517         1356

      Total Applicants                   1413         1766        1583          1809         1638


      SUCCESS RATE (%) BY
                                           %            %           %            %            %
      RESIDENCE

      British Colum bia                    23.5        20.9         24.1         22.1         21.3

      Other Canadian                        9.2         5.4          9.9          8.0          9.9
                1
      Foreign                               0.0         7.7         20.0          0.0          8.3

      All Applicants to UBC                17.9        14.3         18.9         16.1         17.2

        Success Rate: Percentage of applicants who received at least one offer of adm ission
                      whether subsequently registered, declined or deferred.

        1
            Includes Canadian citizens/landed im m igrants who were living outside Canada
            at tim e of application.

				
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