Queen's Medical School Admissions Requirements & Statistics

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Updated: April 3, 2020

How to Get into Queen's University Medical School:

Queen's University Medical School - Mission: 

The educational program leading to the MD degree is central to the purpose of the Faculty. It must meet all the requirements for accreditation and prepare graduates for postgraduate training leading to licensure and certification by the College of Family Physicians or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. Its special strengths are related to the opportunities for close, personal interaction between students and faculty members and for students to obtain particularly relevant, extensive, hands-on clinical experience under supervision, especially in ambulatory settings. There is great potential for students to benefit from greater integration of the clinical and basic sciences in the curriculum and from increased collaboration in education among the clinical disciplines.

Queen's University Medical School - Curriculum:

  • Year 1 & 2: Pre-clinical
  • Year 3: Clerkship
  • Year 4: Electives 

Queen's University Medical School - Admissions Statistics:

  • Success rate (Overall): 4.2%
  • Success rate (In-Province): 4.4%
  • Success rate (Out of Province): 3.9%
  • International: 0.0% 
  • Average GPA: Not published
  • Average MCAT: Not published

Queen's University Medical School - Prerequisites: 

  • None 
  • 30 half or 15 full credits 

Queen's University Medical School - Contact Info:

Admissions info: https://meds.queensu.ca/academics/undergraduate/prospective-students/academic-requirements

Admissions contact email: queensmd [at] queensu.ca

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