BSc Radiation Therapy

Application Process

The following steps will help guide you through the application process to the Bachelor of Science in Radiation Therapy (BScRT) degree program in the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry at the University of Alberta.

It is essential that you complete all required steps. Please note: This is a competitive program, and meeting the admission requirements does not guarantee entrance.

Important: Throughout this process, continually check BearTracks regarding status of your transcripts. Also check your @ualberta email account regularly for communications from the Radiation Therapy (RADTH) Program Office and the Office of the Registrar regarding your application.

  • Application Deadlines

    STEP 1: PRIOR TO MARCH 1

    • Ensure you meet all admission requirements (pre-professional, non-academic and post-acceptance). Please note that meeting the admission requirements does not guarantee admission.

    STEP 2: MARCH 1

    • Deadline to submit your initial application to the RADTH (Radiation Therapy) program by completing the University of Alberta Online Undergraduate Application ($75.00 application fee for U of A students or $125.00 application fee for non-U of A applicants).

    STEP 3: APRIL 1

    • Deadline to submit your Career Reflection Letter (Send to: radth@ualberta.ca with this subject line: Application to BScRT program: Your Name, Student ID Number).

    • Deadline to submit transcripts:

    1.  Submit transcripts for all previous course work at any post-secondary institution other than the University of Alberta.

    2.  Submit transcripts for your current fall term final grades and your winter term registration of the current year.

    *Note: Transcripts must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar directly from the issuing institutions. If you are currently a U of A student, the Office of the Registrar will automatically send us your transcripts.

    STEP 4: ON OR BEFORE APRIL 15

    • Students chosen to participate in individual interviews (MMIs) will be contacted via their @ualberta email address to schedule an interview time. Please check your @ualberta email account regularly.

    STEP 5: EARLY MAY

    • MMI interviews for selected applicants will take place in: Room 3-12 University Terrace, University of Alberta North Campus.

    STEP 6: JUNE 15

    • Deadline to submit your final transcript for the current year’s courses you have just completed.

    *Note: Transcripts must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar directly from the issuing institutions. If you are currently a U of A student, the Office of the Registrar will automatically send us your transcripts.

    • Deadline to provide results of TOEFL/TSE (Test of English Fluency/Test of Spoken English), if required.

    STEP 7: LAST WEEK OF JUNE

    • Results of the admissions process will communicated to all interviewed applicants via their @ualberta email address.

  • Post-Acceptance Deadlines

    JULY 1

    • Deadline to submit a non-refundable deposit in order to confirm intention to register (credited toward payment of tuition upon completion of registration).

    JULY 15

    • Deadline to provide proof of completed Criminal Record Check (Complete with vulnerable sector check).

    LAST WEEK OF AUGUST

    • Participate in the mandatory student orientation.

    *Please Note:  The Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry Orientation week takes place in the last week of August.  Orientation sessions for the program will continue for the entire first month of the program.  Failure to participate in orientation sessions may result in admissions status being revoked.