Grades from institutions outside of Canada and the United States are not included in the GPA calculations.
We must first review your transcript to determine the applicable scale. Once this is done, you will be able to view your application data online. This typically occurs in November for OMSAS, December for OLSAS and February for ORPAS. We will email you when this information is available. We created application-specific conversion charts in collaboration with…
I am applying to the University of Toronto as an MD/PhD applicant. What additional materials do I need to submit? How do I submit these documents?
You are required to submit a Curriculum Vitae (CV) via Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM), as outlined in the OMSAS Application Guide. You can use SAM upload feature to upload your CV. If you apply to the MD/PhD program, you must also submit 3 additional letters of reference, along with the accompanying MD/PhD Reference Form. MD/PhD…
The OUAC cannot advise on the selection of referees. Please review the requirements for each school listed in the application guide. If you still require more information, you will need to contact the universities directly.
If your referee prefers to not use the online referee system, don’t fill out the “referee email address” field. Omitting an email address will create a reference form, which you can manually download. In the Referee section, once you’ve added the names and mailing address of your referee and pressed “Save”, a download button will…
I didn’t get accepted this year and want to apply again next year. Where can I receive a copy of my application, and will OMSAS keep my references and transcripts?
You can print off a copy of your application by logging into your account. This must be done before June 29, 2020, as your account will be deleted after that date. All transcripts and references are destroyed at the end of the cycle. Applicants are required to submit new references and transcripts each year.
I have a foreign medical degree. Where can I obtain information about practicing medicine in Canada?
Individuals who have graduated from a medical school outside of Canada or the US should contact the Touchstone Institute.
If you have misplaced/forgotten your username, select “Recover your username” on the Log In page. You will be prompted to enter your date of birth and email address. Your username will then be emailed to you.
The medical schools do not accept changes to the sketch, school submissions or verifiers. If mistakes are made, they can be brought to the attention of the medical schools during their interview process. If a medical school attempts to contact a verifier without success, they will contact the applicant directly for updated information.
No, if you accept an offer, you will be removed from all wait lists.