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
The Faculty of Medicine of McGill University conducts a thorough, multi-criteria evaluation of applications to its programs.
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.
Document Code = SPOR
N.B. ► The following only applies to CEGEP students who are applying to the Med-P program and who have an irregular cégep academic record because of their involvment in sports & academics (Sport-Études)
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).