for the 2014-2015 academic year
are no longer accepted
deadline was September 01, 2013.
Fellowships are for:
Trainees who have completed a full Specialty
Trainees who hold a Specialty Certificate from
a Board or a College and
Trainees who have completed the MCEE or MCCQEI-II
or USMLEs (Deans letter of support may also be acceptable)
Fellows must meet all of the following conditions:
-Be Medical Doctors
who are graduates of Medical Schools listed in the
-Be Physicians who are recognized as Specialists in Canada or abroad
-Hold a scholarship from their home government, University or Faculty
of Medicine: Acceptable Scholarships can be granted by a
government, a scientific or international organization, a University
or Faculty of Medicine. All other scholarships (for example,
self-funding) will be refused. Unfunded training is not
possible. The minimum acceptable bursary is the equivalent of
the R-1 Salary (approximately $43.000 dollars per year).
Additionally scholarships must cover the tuition fees and other
student fees. Please consult the appropriate section on this:
Student Services and Fees
-Obtain a letter of eligibility and satisfy the requirements of the
Collège des médecins du Québec.
-Sign a return engagement in their country:
to return to the country of origin at the end of the approved
training period. The candidate must attest to the fact that he/she
has no intention to apply for permanent resident status nor
licensure/certification examinations in the Province of Quebec and
to maintain this status for the duration of their training at
McGill. This is in order to meet the Provincial Medical Manpower
Policies. Trainees who no longer require a work permit are no
longer eligible to continue training under this quota.
-Hold a valid Work Permit such as
required by Citizenship and Immigration Canada, if applicable
Graduates of Quebec and Canadian Medical schools are
eligible to apply for a non-ministry funded position (not as an entry
into specialty) if they hold an acceptable scholarship.
applicant files are screened by the Postgraduate Medical Education
Office prior to being submitted to a Program
depends on your ensuring you have all required exams and attestations,
according to your applicant profile: We are unable to
consider trainees who do not meet the eligibility criteria outlined in
these sections, or whose file is incomplete. Please note that
applications to programs of
3 years in length or less.
able to consider applicants as follows:
Graduates of Quebec and Canadian Medical Schools
Medical Schools listed in the FAIMER Directory
Graduates of Medical Schools listed in the
FAIMER Directory, who are covered under an approved Exchange Program with
their home Government. Only files
received directly to the Postgrad Admissions Office from the Sponsor
are acceptable. All other applications will be refused.
Candidates must apply via
the McGill On-Line Application, and submit the application documents to
the: Postgrad Admissions, Postgraduate Medical Education, McGill University,
3655 Promenade Sir William Osler, Montreal, Quebec H3G 1Y6.
You must also provide us with an
official translation of documents written in a language other than
English or French, that is, a translation bearing the seal of an
official translator. Separate translations must be attached to each
corresponding document. Incomplete files will not be considered. Files of eligible
selected applicants will be transmitted by the
Postgrad Admissions office
to the Program Director.
Documents submitted to McGill University in support of an application to
be admitted, including, but not limited to transcripts, diplomas,
letters of reference and test scores (in paper or electronic format),
become the property of McGill University and will not be returned to the
applicant or forwarded to another institution.
Extensions of training are not automatic and
can be obtained for valid pedagogical reasons only, pending renewal of
eligibility. Please contact your Program Director 12 months in advance.
Once a physician is accepted into a
Fellowship program, the Postgraduate Medical Education office of the
Faculty of Medicine will submit an application for a letter of
eligibility for postgraduate training in the Province of Quebec to the
Collège des médecins du Québec on his or her behalf;
there is a fee for this
application, which must be paid by the applicant. Final acceptance is conditional upon obtaining
this letter of eligibility as well as meeting the
Requirements (please see that section for information and fees) if