Doctor of Medicine
A post graduate program that requires the completion of four years of study after the completion of a bachelor’s degree. Upon completion of the degree, students will be matched to a residency training program.
Residency training programs available:
- Anatomical pathology
- Diagnostic radiology
- Family medicine
- General surgery
- Internal medicine
- Obstetrics and gynecology
- Orthopedic surgery
Students intending to complete the doctor of medicine program are required to complete a bachelor’s degree, six credit hours in English and the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). The undergraduate degree can be in any discipline. All applicants are screened by an admissions committee that considers academic performance, scores on the MCAT, references, interviews (in some cases), extra-curricular activities, volunteer and/or work experience and any other relevant information.
Admission to the program is competitive for a limited number of placements (80 placements in total). Most placements are reserved for bona fide residents of Newfoundland and Labrador (including three placements for Aboriginal applicants) plus some reserved specifically for residents of Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick. The remaining seats are open to other national and international students.