Western University Medical School Requirements & Admission Statistics

BeMo Med School Spotlight™

Updated: June 27, 2020

How to Get into Schulich School of Medicine (Western University):

Schulich School of Medicine - Mission: 

The Undergraduate Medical Education Program at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University, commits to being a program of choice for exceptional education and learning. Our curriculum is delivered through a distributed model that supports innovation and quality.

Our students and faculty commit to a learning community embedded in:

  • Healthy patient and family centered care
  • Research, scholarship and evidence based decision making
  • Experiential learning
  • Social responsibility
  • Effective and collaborative leadership
  • Optimizing and understanding technology
  • Valuing life long learning
  • Collaboration
  • Professionalism

Schulich School of Medicine - Curriculum: 

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

Schulich School of Medicine - Admissions Statistics:

  • Success rate (Overall): 10.6 %
  • Success rate (In Province): 10.9 %
  • Success rate (Out of Province): 9.9 %
  • Success rate (International): 0.0 %
  • Minimum GPA: 3.7
  • Minimum MCAT: 383 or 30

*Schulich did not report average GPA or MCAT of accepted students. 

Note: Geographical preference given to students from south western Ontario.

Schulich School of Medicine - Prerequisites:

  • None

Schulich School of Medicine - Admission Contact Information:

Admissions Website: https://www.schulich.uwo.ca/med_dent_admissions/medicine/admission_requirements.html

Admissions email: undergraduate.medicine [at] schulich.uwo.ca

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