Graduates of Quebec Medical
(Non-Ministry Funded Positions)
Graduates of Quebec medical schools are
eligible to apply for a residency non-ministry funded position if they hold an acceptable scholarship.
Extensions of training are
not automatic and can be obtained for valid pedagogical reasons only,
pending renewal of eligibility. Please contact your Program Director 12
months in advance.
In order for a physician to be able to be
considered for a fellowship (post residency training) they must hold a
specialty certificate from a Board or College (eg: in order to be able
to apply for the Cognitive / Behavioral Neurology Fellowship applicants
should be Neurology Specialist).
Candidates must apply via
the McGill On-Line Application, and submit the application documents
listed below to
the: Postgrad Admissions, Postgraduate Medical Education, McGill University,
3655 Promenade Sir William Osler, 6th floor, Montreal, Quebec H3G 1Y6.
Only official copies or photocopies
of documents will be accepted. Incomplete files will not be considered. Files of eligible
selected applicants will be transmitted by the
Postgrad Admissions office
to the Program Director. Documents
submitted to McGill University in support of an application to be
admitted, including, but not limited to transcripts, diplomas, letters
of reference and test scores (in paper or electronic format), become the
property of McGill University and will not be returned to the applicant
or forwarded to another institution.
deadlines for the 2015-2016 academic year are as follows:
Residency Non-Ministry Funded Positions:
Subspecialty Residency programs:
March 1, 2015
PGY-1 Residency programs and Medical Subspecialty Residency programs:
August 15, 2014
September 01, 2014
All programs start July 1st each year.
1. Copy of the
2. Copies of
certificates held (i.e. MCC's and/or USMLE) and/or copies of statements of
results, if applicable.
3. It is the applicant's
responsibility to have the referees send three (3) letters of reference
directly to the Postgraduate Medical Education Office.
4. A brief curriculum vitae.
5. Official Copies of
attestations/in-training evaluations for all previous postgraduate
training (where applicable). sent directly to us by your program/site
director's office or home faculty. Only official copies of Web evaluations sent to us directly from your program/site
directors' office or home Faculty will be accepted.
6. Letter of standing
from the previous Program Director, attesting to the trainee's
Acceptable Scholarships can be granted by a government, a scientific or
international organization, a University, Faculty of Medicine.
All other scholarships (for example, self-funding) will be
refused. Unfunded training is not
possible. The minimum acceptable
bursary is the equivalent of the R-1 Salary (approximately $43,000
dollars per year). Additionally
scholarships must cover the tuition fees and other student fees. Please consult the appropriate section for information on this:
All other sources of funding will
Scholarships should also cover any acceptable extension of training
(approved by the Associate Dean). Funding (salary and tuition fees) must
be provided in the case of any probation or academic difficulty for a
period of up to 6 months.
of Proof of Citizenship: You must submit a copy of your proof
of citizenship. Please consult the following link to determine the
documents that must be submitted as official proof
The University must be notified of any change of legal status in Canada
by the trainee.
9. A personal
statement, which clearly outlines why the applicant wishes to apply to
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