To celebrate its 150th anniversary (1841-1991), Queen's University is offering 50 Chancellor Scholarships worth $ 36,000 ($ 9,000 per year, renewable for four years, provided that the first class is maintained) and the submission of a detailed application form. Students must enter the first year of any undergraduate program at Queen's to qualify for a Chancellor Scholarship. Second-year CEGEP students are also eligible.
About a quarter of medical schools in the United States offer combined undergraduate and medical programs for high school students. High school students have been admitted to going from high school to medical school without the need to apply for a medical school.
For many high school students who know they want to pursue medical school from high school, accelerated direct medical school entry programs, including, MD/BSc and MD/BA programs are a perfect solution. There are many benefits from a direct medical program and early acceptance to medical school, however, the competition to gain acceptance to these coveted programs increases with every year.
Admission to this major is competitive based upon the number of available spaces. Students not admitted to Bio-Medical Sciences (BIOM) will be automatically considered for the Biological Science major. Students who are accepted into the BIOM major directly from high school will be re-evaluated after their first year (upon completion of Semester 2).
What do high school students need to know before committing to specializing in pre-medicine or looking for the best premedical programs for adolescents? How can you know if medicine is your true interest? What should you look for in a high school summer medical program?
Students taking the new SAT need to be able to determine how their scores fit into the competitive landscape of college admission. A new SAT score is not equivalent to the same score on the old SAT and must be translated via a concordance.
McMaster BHSc Program: The Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) Program has a unique interdisciplinary approach to the study of health, wellness and illness. It offers students an understanding of health from biological, behavioral and population-based perspectives, through the integration of foundation and applied sciences.