Applying from Non-Ontario Canadian Secondary School
The BMSc Program is a "second-entry" program. Students are not admitted directly into the BMSc Program in Year 1 - they will apply for admission to the BMSc Program when entering Year 3. Students interested in the BMSc Program (i.e. in the modules leading to BMSc degrees) will usually register in Medical Sciences in the Faculty of Science in Years 1 and 2. The Medical Sciences stream provides assured admission to the BMSc Program in Year 3, if certain academic conditions are satisfied.
Students applying to Western from a Canadian secondary school outside of Ontario must obtain a minimum 80% average, as calculated by Western, and have the pre-requisites for Medical Sciences to be considered for admission to first year on the basis of a Grade 12 Diploma.
Admission to Western in first year is competitive and as such, having the minimum requirements should not be viewed as a guarantee of admission.
A detailed outline of the admission pre-requisites for Canadian secondary school students are listed below. The National Secondary School Admission Requirements also provides a listing of required and recommended courses for admission to Medical Sciences and Science.
Please select the province or territory where you attended high school:
How to Apply:
Applications are available on the Ontario Universities' Application Centre's (OUAC) website.
Non-Ontario secondary school applicants should complete Form 105 on the OUAC site for full-time status.
Prospective students are encourage to apply and submit the required documents as soon as possible and before the application deadline. Admission to Western is offered on a rolling basis beginning in January. Space is limited, so you should apply well in advance, preferably in the Fall or early Winter.
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