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Complete your application forms and pay the application fee

If you are new 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.  A step-by-step guide is found in the 'Consult' section at the link provided below.  If you require assistance, use th

What Are We Looking For?

The Faculty of Medicine of McGill University conducts a thorough, multi-criteria evaluation of applications to its programs.

Supporting Documents (Minerva Checklist Items)

The following is a summary of the (typical) supplemental documenation expected from an applicant based on their category, and how this element should be provided to complete their application.  This list is non-exhaustive and serves simply as a guide for the majority of cases.

Academic History Workbook

Document Code = MDSR

Academic History Workbook

N.B. ► The Workbook is not required for international medical graduate applicants (MD-ROQ-IMG) or Med-P applicants (MD-ROQ-C)

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).