Memorial University Of Newfoundland
The number of year one positions available for 2015/16 was 80 which included 3 positions available to Aboriginal students who are residents of Newfoundland and Labrador. The 80 positions included 60 residents of Newfoundland and Labrador, 10 residents of New Brunswick, 4 residents of Prince Edward Island, and 1 resident of the Yukon; the rest of the seats are for the rest of the provinces in Canada and Non/Canadian. The number of year one positions available for 2016/17 will be 80 as well. Canadian citizens/permanent residents or visa students may apply.
A Bachelor’s degree and six credit hours in English are required at the time of admission. In exceptional circumstances an application may be considered when a Bachelor’s degree will not be held at time of admission. Such an applicant will have completed at least 60 credit hours including the prerequisite subject of 6 credit hours in English at a recognized university or university college before admission and have work related or other experience acceptable to the Admissions Committee.
The mean grade point average of successful applicants in 2015/16 was 3.85 on a 4.0 scale. The MCAT is required and it is recommended that the test be written within the five year period prior to application.
- Not usually considered but may be in rare circumstances from a Canadian medical faculty.
- Traditional and Multiple Mini Interviews (TaMMI) offered. These take place in November 05, 2016 for the August 2017 entering class. For the 2016 entering class, there were 143 Newfoundland/Labrador residents interviewed and 111 other residents of Canada interviewed for a total of 254 applicants interviewed.
Offers of Admission:
- Offers are emailed and followed by Priority Mail, between February and May, 2017. 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.
- MD/PhD Students have to be admitted to the first year medical program and then may be considered.
- An electronic application process is available in July 2016. The deadline for receipt of the application and fee of $75 to Memorial University of Newfoundland, as well as an application service fee of $154.50 (plus applicable taxes) to CaRMS at the time of application s September 15, 2015.
Committee on Admissions
Admissions Office, Faculty of Medicine, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Medical Education Centre, Room 2M202, St. John’s NL, A1B 3V6