In your Statement of Intent, please indicate in which area(s) of graduate research you are interested & why your academic and research background has attributes relevant to your intention to pursue a graduate degree in Medical Biophysics.
To be eligible for admission to the CAMPEP Accredited Graduate Program (MSc or PhD), students must have a completed an undergraduate degree in physics, engineering, or have least three upper level (3rd or 4th year) half-courses in traditional physics such as classical mechanics/dynamics, quantum mechanics, electromagnetic theory, thermal physics, atomic/nuclear physics, optical physics, or laboratory physics.
Students applying to the PhD graduate program must meet all Medical Biophysics graduate program admission requirements and have permission from a prospective supervisor for CAMPEP entry.
Start your online application. When prompted after the start of the application, prospective students who meet the admission requirements should choose the Doctor of Philosophy combined Clinical Masters Program. (See image below).
All CAMPEP Program applicants who submit a completed application will be advised of their admission status to the program as follows:
MSc: (a) applicant is academically ineligible for the CAMPEP MSc Program; or (b) applicant is offered entry to the CAMPEP MSc Program.
PhD: The following outcomes concern only the CAMPEP-accredited curriculum: (a) applicant is academically ineligible for the CAMPEP PhD Program; or (b) applicant is advised that he/she meets the academic eligibility requirements for entry to the CAMPEP PhD Program, if accepted into the Medical Biophysics graduate program.
PhD-in-progress: Medical Biophysics students enrolled in their first year of PhD studies and contemplating a transfer to the CAMPEP PhD Program must have the undergraduate physics course pre-requisites and his/her supervisor’s approval in order to be eligible for a transfer into the CAMPEP PhD Program. This type of transfer must be completed by the end of his/her first year of study as a PhD student.