Selection Factors & Academic Criteria
University Of Manitoba
The number of Year One positions available for 2018/19 is 110. Approximately ninety-five percent (95%) will be filled by residents of Manitoba.
Applicants must be a Canadian citizen/permanent resident at the time of application.
A Bachelor’s degree of three (3) or four (4) years is required at time of admission.
The minimum acceptable adjusted grade point average is 3.3 on a 4.5 scale. In general, an adjusted grade point average of 4.0 or higher will be competitive.
The MCAT is required. Eligible applicants must have scored a minimum of seven (7) in each of the Verbal Reasoning (VR), Physical Sciences (PS) and Biological Sciences (BS) sub-tests, in a single session. In general, applicants must achieve an operative MCAT score of over ten (10) to be competitive. There are currently no minimums or weighting for the MCAT 2015.
- A multiple mini interview (MMI) format is used. These take place in February and/or March. For the August, 2018 entering class there were two hundred and thirty two (232) Manitoba residents interviewed, twenty-two (22) Aboriginal Applicants interviewd, and twenty-five (25) other residents of Canada interviewed for a total of two hundred and seventy nine (289) applicants.
Offers of Admission:
- Offers are e-mailed on May 15,2019. A $500 non-refundable acceptance deposit is required.
- MD/BSc Med, MD/PhD
- An electronic application process will be available in August 2016. The application deadline is October 1, 2018 and the fee is $90.
To Request An Application Or More Detailed Information:
Admissions, Max Rady College of Medicine,
University of Manitoba, S204, 750 Bannatyne Ave,
Winnipeg MB R3E 0W2
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