Hematology Graduate Admission Requirements in Canada
Prequisites and other requirements to become accepted to a Canadian university graduate and/or postgraduate degree program in Hematology.
| University Programs in Canada | Hematology |
Prerequisites for Graduate Studies in Hematology
Most schools offer an MD in hematology. However, the University of Alberta also offers a graduate degree (MSc and PhD) in experimental (research-based) hematology, in addition to their MD programs.
Admission to the University of Alberta's graduate program is restricted to students with at least a B+ average in a previous undergraduate degree in a relevant field. A GRE (graduate record examination) score of at least 75% is required from international students.
Admission to an MD program is generally contingent on getting a favorable score on the MCAT (Medical College Admission Test. A grade of at least B is also required in the last 2 years of a previous program. Students currently taking an undergraduate degree in any discipline are usually eligible for admission to the MD program in hematology; in some cases full completion of the previous degree is mandatory.
Generally, students who are in their final year of medical training are automatically eligible for residency training.
Study and Work in Hematology in Canada
Study Hematology in Canada
What is Hematology? Discover similiar and related programs and universities in Canada offering Hematology degrees.
What Hematology Students Learn
Topics, concepts and subjects covered and the overall approach or focus taken in studying Hematology.
Research in Hematology
Research areas, topics, interests and projects in Hematology.
Career and Employment Opportunities in Hematology
Professions or occupations available to graduates in Hematology along with relevant links to employment resources.