University of Manitoba Medicine

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Contacts

Website: http://umanitoba.ca/medicine/
Phone: (204) 789-3499
Admissions e-mail: medicine.admissions@umanitoba.ca

Program Information

Curriculum

  • Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)
  • 4 years in length
  • Joint programs are available. Descriptions can be found here

Admission statistics

  • Total number of applicants in 2016: 963
  • Applicants interviewed 2016: 288
  • Class size in 2016: 110
  • International students are not eligible to apply

For more information on the program, click here

Admission Requirements

Course and Degree Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university
  • Required Courses
    • Biochemistry (6 credit hours)
    • Humanities/Social sciences (18 credit hours)
      • Applicants who complete a 4 year major or honours program may waive up to 12 credit hours of the humanities/social sciences prerequisites
      • accepted courses click here

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GPA

  • Adjusted Grade Point Average (AGPA) system
    • Minimum: 3.30 (4.5 scale), 4.0 for out-of-province who were enrolled
    • Average 2016 AGPA:
      • Manitoba Pool: 4.03
      • Out-of-province pool: 4.22
      • Indigenous pool: 3.90
  • Calculation method:
    • Depending on the number of credit hours completed a corresponding number of credit hours are dropped from the calculation
    • Biochemistry requirement is included
    • All summer and part-time courses included
    • Graduate level courses not included

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MCAT

No earlier than April 2013 and no later than September 10, 2016

  • Minimum scores: see here
  • The highest MCAT score from a single sitting will be considered

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Supporting Documents

  • Application fee: $90
  • Interim transcripts
  • Unofficial final transcripts
  • Final official transcripts
  • Reference letters
  • proof of Aboriginal ancestry (if applicable)
  • evidence of language level competency in French (if applicable)
  • Canadian Citizenship or Permanent Resident of Canada documentation (if applicable)
  • English language proficiency (if applicable)

Evaluation criteria

  • Interview Invitations
    • Eligible applicants are ranked based on a composite score calculated by:

(27.3%AGPA + 72.7%MCAT®) X (rural co-efficient if >0) X (academic co-efficient if >0)

  • Offers of Admission
    • After the interview, applicants are ranked based on another composite score calculated by:

(15%AGPA + 40%MCAT® + 45%MMI) X (rural co-efficient if >0) X (academic co-efficient if >0)

For more information, click here

Interview

  • Interview Invitation will be sent out on January 6, 2017
  • Interviews held February 18, 19, 25 & 26, 2017
  • Multiple Mini Interview

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Timeline 2016-2017

  • October 1, 2016: Application deadline
  • November 1, 2016: Deadline for receipt of official transcripts
  • January 6, 2017: Interview invitations via email; referee process opens
  • February 6, 2017: Reference Letters for all applicants invited to MMI deadline
  • February 18, 19, 25 & 26, 2017: MMI (Multiple Mini Interview)
  • May 17 - June 1, 2017: Offers of Admission
  • June 30, 2017: Final transcript due

For more information, click here

Tuition 2017-2018

  • Canadian Students:
    • First Year Tuition: $8,500
    • Other fees: $4,000

For more information, click here For information on financial aid, click here

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