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Undergraduate Medical Education Admissions

News & Notices

  • October 22, 2021: October 21, 2021 was the deadline for OMSAS to receive your MCAT scores.
  • November 2, 2021: Accepted CASPer test dates have now passed, tests completed beyond October 19th, 2021 will not be accepted.
  • December 17, 2021: MD/PhD application status emails for interview invitation have been delivered. 
  • January 19, 2022: MD application status emails have been delivered. It is the responsibility of the applicant to monitor their email and all associated email folders during the application process. This includes ensuring that email inboxes are not full, and are able to receive incoming mail. Applicants invited to interview must respond to invite by the deadline as stipulated in the email. No rescheduling, regardless of the candidates reason will be accomodated. Any invitations not answered by our deadline, will be set to declined. 
  • March 4, 2022: MD/PhD admission status emails have been delivered via email. 
  • March 9, 2022: MD panel interview invites have been delivered via email. Please check your email and all associated email folders for this correspondence. 
  • March 15, 2022: When booking your panel interview time through our platform you will recieve a confirmation email. Please disregard all information in that email other than your interview time. All interviews will be conducted virtually through Kira Talent and a follow-up email will be sent to you in the coming days.
  • May 10, 2022: MD admissions status emails have been delivered to applicants. It is the responsibility of the applicant to monitor their email and all associated email folders.

The School of Medicine offers a four-year program leading to the degree of Doctor of Medicine. One hundred students are admitted annually into the first year of the program and are selected based on a strong academic record and the assessment of personal characteristics considered to be most appropriate for the study of medicine at Queen's University and the subsequent practice of medicine. The goal of the medical curriculum is to produce physicians who have a wide understanding of the content and context of medicine and the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to enter any postgraduate training program. The curriculum will foster the development of lifelong learning skills necessary for effective practice.

The four-year Undergraduate Medical Program at Queen's University is structured in sequential terms which will allow students to progress from scientific foundational knowledge through to clinical foundations of the human systems and finally, in clinical engagement during a two-year clinical rotation series; including electives for students to explore areas of interest. Our medical program is well known for the opportunities it provides; for close personal interaction between students and faculty members; for students to obtain relevant extensive hands-on clinical experience under supervision, particularly in an ambulatory setting. Our undergraduate medical educational culture encourages participation and offers opportunities for students to engage in the administration development and evaluation of our medical curriculum and our governance structures. Our graduates are highly successful in obtaining postgraduate training sites and are known to be committed and enthusiastic citizens of their profession and their communities.

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