Dermatology Graduate Admission Requirements in Canada
Prequisites and other requirements to become accepted to a Canadian university graduate and/or postgraduate degree program in Dermatology.
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Prerequisites for Graduate Studies in Dermatology
Medical degrees are offered at several universities in Canada. However, the University of Alberta also offers a graduate degree (MSc and PhD) in experimental (research-based) dermatology, in addition to their MD programs.
Admission to the University of Alberta's graduate program is restricted to students with at least a B+ average in a previous undergraduate degree in a relevant field. A GRE (graduate record examination) score of at least 75% is required from international students.
At least 3 years of a previous undergraduate degree is required for admission to most MD programs. Some schools require the full completion of a previous degree. An average of at least B in the previous degree is a requirement for admission to most programs (and of course, the higher the average, the better).
Additionally, the MCAT (medical college admission test) must be written for admission to most schools. 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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