Université de Montréal Medical School Admissions Requirements & Statistics

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Updated: June 27, 2020

How To Get Into Université de Montréal's Medical School:

Université de Montréal's Faculty of Medicine MD Program

Established in 1843

Instruction in French only

Université de Montréal's Medical School - Mission Statement:

The Faculty of Medicine is a pioneering institution dedicated to education and research based on ACTIVE participation in the advancement of knowledge and the development of skills to improve health care.

Université de Montréal's Medical School - Curriculum:

A four- or five-year curriculum consisting of:

- A medical preparatory year for students admitted with a college education or a university education considered insufficient in basic biological sciences

- Two years pre-conference consisting mainly of small group teaching using problem-based learning and coordinated with laboratory-based hands-on exercises and weekly clinical in-hospital immersion for basic clinical skills

- Two years of full-time externship dedicated to clinical placements in the different disciplines of medicine

Université de Montréal's Medical School - Admissions Statistics:

Class Size: 290

Success Rate In-Province: 23.8%

Success Rate Out-Of-Province: 16.7%

Success Rate International: 2.8%

Université de Montréal's Medical School - Prerequisites:

A bachelor's degree or college diploma is required.

Université de Montréal's Medical School - Contact Info:

Website: https://medecine.umontreal.ca/etudes/doctorat-en-medecine/admission/

Mailing Address: Université de Montréal Faculty of Medicine, PO Box 6128, Station Center, Montreal, Quebec H3C 3J7

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