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Queen’s University Medical School Admission Requirements

Selection Factors

Queen’s University

The number of year one positions available for 2016/17 is 100 for Canadian citizens or permanent residents which includes up to 4 positions available to Aboriginal students. Up to 5 additional positions are available for international students.
Three years full-time university are required.

Applicants are assessed based on the cumulative converted grade point average (see the OMSAS Conversion Scale) of all years of undergraduate study, including summer and supplemental courses. For applicants who do not meet the minimum grade point average requirement, the most recent two full-time years of completed undergraduate study will be considered. The grade point averages fluctuate annually based on the applicant pool. Past minimum grade point average levels are not a predictor of future standards.

The MCAT is required and the test must have been taken within five years of the application submission.

Academic Criteria

  • Special Consideration:

    • Applies to Aboriginal applicants.

    Deferred Admissions:

    • Considered

    Transfers:

    • Not considered
  • Interviews

    • These take place on March 4th, 5th, 25th and 26th 2017
  • Offers of Admission:

    • Offers are emailed May 9th, 2017. A non-refundable acceptance deposit of $1,050 must be received in order to secure the position. The deposit will be deducted from the tuition fee.

    Combined Programs:

    • May be considered on an individual basis
  • Application Details

    • See OMSAS section.

Admission Rates

To Request An Application Or More Detailed Information:

See OMSAS section.

For more detailed information please go to:
http://meds.queensu.ca/education/undergraduate/prospective_students
or email queensmd@queensu.ca

Tel: 613-533-3307
Fax: 613-533-3190
E-Mail: queensmd@queensu.ca
Website: http://meds.queensu.ca/undergrad

Adapted from AFMC 2017 Admissions Requirement- MedApplications (Parria Educational Services Inc.) takes no responsibility for the data published. It is the sole responsibility of each user to verify the published information with the official institutional resources.

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