To be accepted into the program, applicants must have successfully completed a minimum of 15 full year courses (90 credit hours) with a minimum CGPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale of university study in Canada or its equivalent. In the case of applicants from Quebec, two years in the College of General and Professional Education Health Sciences (CEGEP) is required, supplemented with a minimum of 10 full courses (60 credit hours) of university study.
Applicants must submit complete transcripts of all post secondary courses for which they have been registered. In the case where an applicant enrolled in post secondary institutions outside North America, transcripts of such study must be evaluated on a courses-by-course basis by a CMCC designated agency. Failure to report courses, programmes or grades will result in the cancellation of the application.
To be accepted into the programmes, applicants must have successfully completed a minimum of 15 full courses (90 credit hours) of university study in Canada or its equivalent. The minimum cumulative GPA for the processing of an application is 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.
International applicants must meet the following requirements: must submit proof of proficiency in English, if English is not their first language; should have the endorsement of the chiropractic organization of their home country if such organization exists; must submit evidence of having the financial resources or funding commitment to complete a minimum of one year of education; must meet the equivalent educational requirements of students matriculating in Canada; and must comply with the Canadian Department of Employment and Immigration regulations governing the entrance of foreign students.
Applicants are advised to contact their nearest Canadian Government Representative to ensure compliance with such regulations. Applicants possessing documents, which are in a language other than English, must submit a notarized English translation of the documents and a certified true photocopy of the original document.
October 31, 2006 is the deadline for official university transcripts and application documentation. Qualified applicants are interviewed in November, January, and February in their province of residence. Telephone interviews are granted to those applicants residing outside of Canada. Admission notification will be by March 7.
October 31st is the deadline for official university transcripts and application documentation. Application includes essay, autobiographical submission and confidential assessments. Qualified applicants are interviewed in January and February. Admission to the program is also open to suitably qualified international applicants. Admission notification by May 1st.