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How can an international student study medicine in Canada?

I am an international student who is now studying in Montreal. I want to be a doctor. But I've heart that Canada doesn't allow international student to study clinical medicine unless he becomes a permanent resident of Canada. Is that true? If it is true, what should I do? #college #doctor #university #career-counseling #career-choice #medical-education #international-student

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Sachin’s Answer

Hi Chun!

The entry required for Canadian medical schools differs from each institution. The following schools are the only ones which accept international medical students: Dalhousie, McGill, McMaster, Memorial, Queen’s, San Juan Bautista, Central del Caribe, Laval, Montréal, Sherbrooke, Toronto. This is a general guide as to which institutions accepted international students. Bear in mind that university policy is subject to change. Some Institutes have an agreement with certain nations to get more of their citizens. Students whose first language is not English must have verifiable proof of their fluency in English.

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Mohamed’s Answer

Yes, but keep in mind that you will have to pay international tuition fees, which are significantly higher that those for Canadian residents. Make sure you calculate the program costs in advance. as an international student you can study medicine at a university in Canada. Although there are 17 universities offering a course in medicine, you may find the competition extremely tough. You will need to pay higher fees than local students and will need to pass the MCAT or the Medical College Admission Test.
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Raashid’s Answer

Yes, as an international student you can study medicine at a university in Canada. Although there are 17 universities offering a course in medicine, you may find the competition extremely tough. You will need to pay higher fees than local students and will need to pass the MCAT or the Medical College Admission Test.
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