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 Undergraduate Medical Education
SchoolUniversity of Ottawa/Université d'Ottawa
LocationOttawa, ON, Canada
School TypeUniversity
School SizeFull-time Undergraduate: 28,700
Full-time Graduate: 4,900
Length4 Year(s)
Entry Grade (%)*70%
Prerequisites NotesApplications will be accepted from students in good standing who will have successfully completed, prior to the beginning of June preceding registration, in a recognized university, three years of full-time studies (five courses per semester each per year) in any undergraduate program leading to a bachelor’s degree, including specific prerequisite courses completed with a minimum Grade of B (CÉGEP equivalent 70%):

Course requirements:

Note: Units are equivalent to credits.

- 6 units in humanities /Social Sciences (see examples)

- 6 units in Biology (we also accept Anatomy and Physiology courses)

- 3 units in Organic Chemistry

- 3 units in Chemistry

- 3 units in Biochemistry

- 3 units in Statistics

Note: 3 units (credits) are equivalent to a one(1) semester course, and 6 units (credits) are equivalent to either one full-year course or two semester-long courses.

See website for additional requirements.

International: $38,029
DescriptionThe program leading to the Doctor of Medicine degree includes 147 weeks of instruction (72 weeks of which are devoted to clinical work) scheduled over four calendar years. Pre-clerkship is devoted to the teaching and learning of biomedical sciences, whereas Clerkship is devoted to clinical work. During medical studies, students should demonstrate the intelligence, the integrity, and the personal and emotional characteristics deemed necessary for competent physicians. Their behaviour must be consistent with an acceptable code of professional ethics, such as stated in the Faculty's Standards of Ethical and Professional Behaviour.
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