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If you are a new applicant to McGill, you must create an account using the McGill web-based application system (the "Web-App" system) to build and submit your application to the University.  If you previously applied to McGill, but were not admitted, you must create a new application Login ID and PIN.  A step-by-step guide is found in the 'Consult' section at the link provided below.  If you require assistance, use the Help function found at the top right of each page or contact Enrolment Servi

What Are We Looking For?

The Faculty of Medicine of McGill University conducts a thorough, multi-criteria evaluation of applications to its programs. We attend to each candidate's academic and non-academic achievements. Screening and selection processes are continually scrutinized, in an effort to ensure transparency and fairness to all candidates.

Supporting Documents

Please use the subcategories on the left to have detailed information on the supporting documents required for admission.

Applicant Categories

Applicant categories are organized first by the applicant's citizenship or residency status (in-province, out-of-province, international, etc.) and then by level of academic attainment (CEGEP student, university sudent, international medical graduate).  

Certain categories have special conditions of admission. Use the menu on the left to determine your applicant category. You must establish your category before submitting an application.

Academic Records from Examination Boards (e.g., test results)

Where applicable, certain exam results may be requried of you.

Submitting MCAT® results

N.B. ► MCAT results may not be required for all applicants.  Consult the MCAT Policy for details.

Letters of reference

Document code = REFn

Applicants to the MDCM & PhD program

Applicants to the combined MDCM & PhD program are required have TWO (2) letters of reference submitted from individuals who have acted as mentors/supervisors for the applicant’s research activities.  The reference letters should address the applicant's:

International medical graduates who are residents of Québec

Category Code: MD-ROQ-IMG

Eligibility (Summary)

To be eligible, applicants must hold a medical degree from an accredited medical school recognized by the World Health Organization, must complete the Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Exam (MCCEE), must provide a Medical Student Performance Report or Evaluation ("Dean's Letter") from their medical school, and proof of English or French proficiency.  For more details on the program and its requirements, go to M.D.,C.M. for IMG.

M.D.,C.M. program for International Medical Graduates (IMG) who are residents of Québec

This admissions pathway is open to international (non-North American) medical graduates (IMGs) who are residents of Québec and grants advanced standing to the McGill Doctor of Medicine and Master of Surgery program and allows the candidate to obtain the M.D.,C.M. degree in two years. The number of positions available is contingent on the number of attritions from previous years, will vary and may include years where there are no positions available.

Proof of your citizenship or residency status

Document Code = POCR

Applicants to the M.D.,C.M. or joint programs are required to submit proof of citizenship or permanent residency and, where applicable, proof of Quebec residency. To be considered a Quebec resident as outlined by the Quebec government, please see: http://www.mcgill.ca/legaldocuments/quebec.  

Curriculum Vitae, Personal Narrative, List of Verifiers

Document Codes = CVPN and VERL

Applicants are required to submit a Curriculum vitae and Personal Narrative (CVPN) and a List of Verifiers (VERL) who can attest to the veracity of the entries in the CV. 

Instructions for the CVPN and VERL can be downloaded here: