How to Apply

The application process has two components: arrangement with an individual Faculty member for supervision of the thesis research, and formal application to the Department/University for acceptance into the graduate program.
Prospective students should first review the list of Faculty members ("About Us") to identify areas of research and potential supervisors that are of interest to them. Prospective students should then contact individual Faculty members directly to determine whether that Faculty member is interested in supervising new graduate student trainees. Prospective students must have made a tentative arrangement with a Faculty member for supervision of their graduate program before their formal application to the Medical Genetics Graduate program can be considered by the Medical Genetics Graduate Program Committee.


Applications must be made online and require payment of the application fee (non-refundable) at:

Apply for Admission

In addition to the online application, the following documents are also required and must be uploaded to the application.

Final official transcripts and degree certificates from all post-secondary institutions attended

The name and email address of three references

CV Form

Statement of Interest Form

If you are applying to Medical Genetics through the MatCH program, please complete the following form.

MatCH Program Application Form


For more information on the Graduate Program, please contact: