How to Apply
To apply to the Doctor of Medicine (MD) Program, applications must be submitted through OMSAS.
Due to OMSAS on October 1, 4:30 p.m. ET along with the following:
- Official post-secondary transcripts.
- Official MCAT scores: Applicants must have written the MCAT version introduced in April 2015, and must submit their most recent results. Schulich Medicine requires the MCAT to be written prior to the October 1 application deadline.
- Non-refundable institutional levy and OMSAS processing fee.
Confidential Assessment Forms
Due to OMSAS on December 1.
Effective 2019/2020, in order for referees to provide the uniform and specific information that admissions committees are looking for from the reference process, each of your referees will be asked to complete an online Confidential Assessment Form (CAF).
Please let your referees know that they will no longer be able to submit letters of reference, but that they will be required to complete the online CAF.
At least one of your referees should be academic or employment related, and at least one should be personal (non-academic). The third reference can be of your choosing.
Video: '2019/2020 Admission Process Updates for OMSAS References'
The University of Toronto has produced a video to provide Ontario medical school applicants with information about the new Confidential Assessment Forms which your referees will complete. To watch the video, click the following link: https://youtu.be/SavcfZUXtPc
Please note: Falsification or misrepresentation of information during any portion of the application process, including interviews, will result in removal of the application from consideration, and may be considered in any future applications to Western University.