Undergraduate programs are available to students who have a university, college, and/or high school education depending on the program. All of these are full-time programs ranging in length from three to four years, including a full year of clinical education at one of our affiliated clinical sites. Admission is considered on the basis of academic prerequisites (or equivalent). Required minimum averages range from 70% to 75%, depending on the program.
The Michener Institute also offers a number of leading-edge graduate programs for students who are interested in advancing their education. Many of our graduate programs are unique in Canada and all are highly regarded by the healthcare profession. Admission requirements vary with each graduate program. For all graduate programs, applicants must hold a degree or diploma in a healthcare profession or related field. Please visit the website for more detailed admissions information.
Apply through OCAS for: Cardiovascular Perfusion, Chiropody, Diagnostic Cytology, Genetics Technology, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Respiratory Therapy, or Ultrasound; or apply through OUAC for: Nuclear Medicine Technology, Radiation Therapy, or Radiological Technology. For all of our graduate programs, apply directly to Michener. Application deadlines vary with each program. See the OCAS, OUAC, and Michener Web sites for specific program application deadlines.
Students should submit a completed application and transcript to Ontario College Application Services (OCAS) at www.ontariocolleges.ca. The application service will send your application to the colleges you have chosen. You may be asked to complete questionnaires, provide portfolios, attend interviews, and/or take part in testing or information sessions. The application processing fee is $95.00. The application fee is payable to OCAS. The preferential deadline for full-time diploma programs beginning in September is February 1.
For further information see: www.ontariocolleges.ca