How to Get into Northern Ontario School of Medicine:
Northern Ontario School of Medicine - Mission:
The Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) is committed to the education of high quality physicians and health professionals, and to international recognition as a leader in distributed, learning-centred, community-engaged education and research.
NOSM will accomplish this by:
- Being socially accountable to the needs and the diversity of the populations of Northern Ontario.
- Actively involving Aboriginal, Francophone, remote, rural and underserviced communities.
- Leading and conducting research activities that positively impact the health of those living in Northern communities.
- Fostering a positive learning environment for learners, faculty, and staff.
- Achieving an integrated, collaborative approach to education, learning, and programming.
- Increasing the number of physicians and health professionals with the leadership, knowledge and skills to practice in Northern Ontario.
Northern Ontario School of Medicine - Curriculum:
- Year 1 & 2: Pre-Clinical
- Year 3: Clerkship
- Year 4: Electives
Northern Ontario School of Medicine - Admission Statistics:
- Success rate (Overall): 3.5 %
- Success rate (In Province): 4.4 %
- Success rate (Out of Province): 1.3 %
- Success rate (International): 0.0 %
- Average GPA: 3.8*
- MCAT: Not Required.
*Note: geographical preference given to students from Northern Ontario. For more information on geographical preference see here.
Northern Ontario School of Medicine - Prerequisites:
Northern Ontario School of Medicine - Admissions Contact Information:
Admissions email: admissions [at] nosm.ca
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