Urology Graduate Admission Requirements in Canada
Prequisites and other requirements to become accepted to a Canadian university graduate and/or postgraduate degree program in Urology.
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Prerequisites for Graduate Studies in Urology
All medical schools except the University of Calgary, Lakehead University, and Laurentian University offer an MD program and/or residency training in urology.
Students currently taking an undergraduate degree in any discipline are usually eligible for admission to the MD program; in some cases at least 3 years or full completion of the previous degree is mandatory. An average of at least B in the previous degree is required (and of course, the higher the average, the better). Completion of relevant courses such as biology or chemistry is considered an asset, rounded out with several humanities and social sciences courses. Additionally, the MCAT (medical college admission test) must be written. A score of at least 27 is considered an asset for admission.
Generally, students who are in their final year of medical training are automatically eligible for residency training.
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