Documents needed to apply to premed, postbaccalaureate, or prerequisite programs
Applicants will be evaluated based on their academic excellence, interview, personal statement, letters of reference, and commitment to extracurricular activities.  
The application process is the same for all our programs (pre-requisites, postbaccalaureate, pre-medical). 

We request the following documents:

  • Proof of citizenship status (Canadian driver’s license, passport or citizenship card for local students) or passport and visa documents for international students (visa should be submitted after acceptance) in color scanned copies

  • Official high school or university transcripts* issued to us and sent directly to our address

  • Copy of your Ontario Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent for out of province or international students), university degree*, college diploma* (please present the original diploma during registration)

  • Resume

  • Personal statement on your motivation to become a doctor and your qualifications (maximum 500 words)

  • Two letters of recommendation on official letterhead sent directly to our e-mail by referee or by mail to our address and addressed to Dr. Lorelei Silverman. Examples of referees: a teacher, a health care professional, and a professional who has supervised you either in your work or in volunteering activities who can comment on your leadership, interpersonal, teamwork, and communication skills, ethics and moral standards, etc.


  • Proof of English language proficiency for international students if English is not their instruction language (see below)
acceptable test score for TOEFL is 78 and for IELTS is 6) **

  • Non refundable application fee

*Students who have 1 or more years of postsecondary studies must submit course syllabus if they want to transfer previous credits toward our 92 credit program.

**International students please refer to the language proficiency and Credential assessment sections below.


  
Program start dates

The 92 credit pre-medical program and the postbaccalaureate program start six times a year on September 1st, November 1st, January 2nd, March 1st, May 1st and July 1st.
Students who take only a few prerequisite courses with us can start any month during the year.



Application deadline 
Application deadline is 2 weeks before the start date.


  
How to submit your application

You can submit your application, resume, statement, copies of documents by e-mail or in person.

Official transcripts and reference letters need to be sent directly to our Toronto office address (see contact page) with the mention: Attention Dr. Lorelei Silverman or directly by e-mail from your school. You will receive a confirmation of receiving your documents within two business days. 


Application review and decision

Each individual application is reviewed by our admission committee and successful applicants will be invited for an interview.  A decision will be announced to you within 3-5 business days by e-mail.


Application steps

Please follow the steps below for a fast review of your application.

Step 1. Fill out the application form

Step 2. Collect and submit all required documents (including proof of English test scores)

Step 3. Pay non refundable application fee 

Step 4. Have official transcripts sent to our office directly

Step 5. Have 2 referees send their references directly


The following steps apply to International Students only.

Step 6.  Conditional admission letters to Student
The Conditional admission letters are issued after the application form and all supporting documents and the application fee are received.

Step 7. Pay Tuition
Students pay the tuition specified in the conditional letter of acceptance. The tuition fee is fully refundable if the student visa application is refused by the embassy, minus the applicable fee.

Step 8. Acceptance letter to student
After the tuition fee is received, an acceptance letter will be issued to the student.

Step 9. The Student Applies for a Student Visa
Students may choose to apply for a student visa from our  agents or find their own.

Step 10. Orientation
Orientation activities take place on your first day of school. You will meet  faculty, colleagues, and tour the facilities.
                                                       
High school diploma outside Ontario
The minimum requirement for admission is an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) (30 credits), with courses from the College (C), University (U), University/College (M), or Open (O) stream, or its equivalent. Any academic program from other provinces and other countries which is equivalent to an OSSD will be considered for admission:
1. Other Canadian provinces’ valid Secondary School Graduation Diploma at the general level is considered equivalent to an Ontario Diploma
2. United Kingdom and Commonwealth Countries- General Certificate in Secondary Education
3. United States of America Grade 12
4. Applicants from other countries will be considered on an individual basis. The following certificates are acceptable:
  • Hong Kong Certificate of Education with credit standing in five academic courses or pass standing in six academic courses.
  • Chinese University of Hong Kong Entrance Examination (a pass in five academic courses)
  • England, Asian countries, the West Indies and Africa: the General Certificate of Education with grades of A, B, C, or 1, 2, 3 in five academic courses at the “O” or ordinary level
  • Caribbean Examination Council Certificate with grades A, B, C or 1, 2, 3 in five academic courses at the general level.
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International Applicants/Documents

International students or Canadian residents/landed immigrants who submit international education documents (e.g. transcripts, diplomas, etc.) need to use one of the approved providers of credential assessment services for individuals applying to colleges in Ontario listed below in order to have those documents considered as part of application.
All documents submitted in a language other than English or French must have a certified translation.

  • International Credential Assessment Service of Canada (ICAS)
  • Comparative Education Service (CES)

  
English Language Proficiency​​

Our instruction is in English. We require proof of English proficiency to demonstrate that the students are able to communicate effectively in English.

English Language Testing

We accept the following assessment test of language skills of students whose first language is not English:

Test of English As a Foreign Language (TOEFL) 

International English Language Testing Service (IELTS)

Acceptable test score for TOEFL is 78 and for IELTS is 6.
Please arrange to have the test provider send the results of your language competency test directly to the college. We can not accept test results older than two years.If students do not have the above tests, they can take our own ESL language assessment test before being accepted as a full-time student in our college program.

Applicants who studied 3 years or more at the high school level in one of the following countries do not need to send proof of proficiency in English:
  • Anguilla
  • Antigua and Barbuda
  • Australia
  • Bahamas
  • Barbados
  • Belize
  • Benin
  • Bermuda
  • Botswana
  • British Virgin Islands
  • Canada
  • Cayman Islands Cameroon
  • Dominica
  • Ghana
  • Grenada
  • Guyana
  • Jamaica
  • Montserrat
  • Nigeria
  • New Zealand
  • Republic of Ireland
  • Saint Kitts-Nevis
  • St. Lucia St. Vincent
  • Seychelles
  • Sierra Leone
  • Trinidad and Tobago
  • Turks and Caicos Islands
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
  • Uganda
  • US Virgin Islands
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabwe

If the high school or university program was conducted in English in another country other than the ones listed, the student has to arrange with their institution to send us a letter attesting that English was the instruction language at the time they took the program.
  
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