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Queen's University - School of Medicine


updated: February 2013
sources: Queen's University, wiki


The Queen's School of Medicine is a unit of the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's University responsible for research, as well as undergraduate and graduate education in Medicine.

The educational program leading to the MD degree is central to the purpose of the faculty. It must meet all the requirements for accreditation and prepare graduates for postgraduate training leading to licensure and certification by the College of Family Physicians or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons.

Each year, 100 students are admitted into the first year medicine program. Candidates are selected based on their MCAT performance, GPA, autobiographical sketch, and interview.



     Location:
     Queen's University - School of Medicine
     15 Arch Street
     Kingston, ON
     K7L 3L4
 


 

Applications Received 3039 (2008/09, latest data available) (www.afmc.ca)
Entering Class Size (2008/09, afmc) Offered and registered: 100
Avg. Entering Class MCAT -
Avg. Entering Class GPA

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Application Information

 

Application Open -
Application Deadline September 15 (online applications)
Submission Deadline October 1
MCAT Submission Deadline October 11
Application Fee $210 + $75 (institutional fee)
Admissions Office Undergraduate Medical Education
80 Barrie St., Queen's University
Kingston ON
K7L 3N6
Admissions Contacts Phone: 1-613-533-2542
Website: http://meds.queensu.ca/
Online Application http://www.ouac.on.ca/omsas/
Supporting Documents Autobiographical Sketch, 3 Reference Letters, Transcripts, MCAT
Admission Prerequisites

A minimum of 90 credits in any university
program by the end of the academic year
(September–April) in which application is made.

No required prerequisited courses

 

Program Information

 

Tuition $19,686 for domestic students
$68,250 for international students
Special Programs -
Scholarships/Bursaries/Awards

Medicine Admission Bursary

http://www.queensu.ca/studentawards/financialassistance/medicine.html



 

 
 
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