March 22, 2017
University Of Sherbrooke
The number of year one positions for 2018/19 will be around 199. This number could differ according to government regulations as well as replacements to compensate for attrition. These 199 positions will be roughly allocated as follows: 166 for residents of Québec, 31 for residents of Atlantic Canada, 1 for residents of Western Canada, 1 for foreign applicants holding a student visa. There is an agreement between the 4 schools of Québec for Québec residents or for members of the Canadian Forces. The positions are determined by Canadian regulations and the 4 faculties agree on the way these positions are to be shared.
The 199 positions are allocated between three sites roughly as follow: 142 to the Sherbrooke site, 33 to the Saguenay site and 24 to the Moncton site. At the beginning of May, applicants who apply as Québec residents must complete a form to choose a site by stating their preference between Saguenay and Sherbrooke. The assignment of these persons to one of those two sites depends among other things upon the number of available positions at each site at the time the offer is made, upon the applicant’s preference mentioned on the site choice form and upon the rank of the applicants on the excellence list. The Saguenay site is reserved solely for Québec applicants. The Moncton site is reserved solely for New Brunswick applicants.
Canadian citizens/permanent residents or foreign applicants holding a student visa may apply.
To have earned, before the start of the school year, a diploma or degree deemed equivalent to the College studies diploma (CÉGEP) given by the Québec Ministry of Education, Leisure and Sport; or have achieved at least 75 university credits at the date of the filing of the application.
The first step of the selection process is based on prior academic performance (college and university results). Prerequisite courses (post-secondary level) to have successfully completed are: Mathematics 103 and 203; Physics 101, 201 and 301; Chemistry 101, 201 and 202; Biology 301 and 401 or Biology 911 and 921. Courses deemed equivalent by the faculty will be accepted.
The MCAT is not considered in our admission process.
Faculty Of Medicine
2018/19 New Admissions Into Year One:199
This number could increase because of drop-outs in previous years.
2018/19 First-Year Tuition:
- Canadian Residents: $12,285
- Québec Residents: $4,767 (Québec Schools Only)
- Visa Students: $28,615
- Compulsory Fees: $1,631
- Foreign Students: $0 (Above Quota Contract)
- Length Of Program : 4 years
- Language Of Instruction : English
- Testing of Language Proficiency : Yes
- Computer : iPads provided
- Special conditions apply to the applicants who belong to the following categories: IMG, First Nations or Inuit people, MMTP; and who are Canadian citizens/permanent residents and live in Québec.
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- Applicants selected on the basis of their academic results are invited to the Multiple Mini-Interviews (MMI) prepared in collaboration with the faculties of medicine of Laval University and of Montréal. The elegible applicants from Atlantic Canada will attend their MMI interviews in Moncton. An interview fee of $125.00 is applied.
Offers of Admission:
- In 2018, the first offers of admission will be sent starting mid-May and will continue until the end of August. Mandatory registration fees of $300 must be paid to accept an offer and reserve a position. That amount is not refundable but can be transferred to another program offered by the University of Sherbrooke.
- MD/MSc, MD/PhD
- Admission requests, either electronic or paper, are available all year round. The deadline for receipt of application is January 15, 2019 for all applicants, except for Québec college applicants without any university credits. These persons have until March 1st, 2019. The fee for the creation of record is $82.
Bureau de la registraire, Université de Sherbrooke, 2500, boulevard de l’Université, Sherbrooke QC J1K 2R1
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.