Mis à jour le 20 novembre 2023

University of Manitoba

Information concernant le cycle de jumelage de 2025

Les critères d’admissibilité provinciaux pour le Manitoba sont fournis par les bureaux des études médicales postdoctorales et sont seulement disponible en anglais.

Les critères s’adressent à tous les diplômés en médecine. Pour des renseignements précis, consultez les onglets.

Les critères provinciaux de 2025 sont en cours de révision.

CRITERIA APPLICABLE TO ALL MEDICAL GRADUATES

GENERAL INFORMATION As an outcome of Competence by Design (CBD) implementation in general Pediatrics training programs, residents starting Pediatrics training in 2021 will need to complete all stages of training prior to starting subspecialty training, except for Quebec.

To accommodate this change, there will be two consecutive PSM matches in this year’s match cycle:

  • 2024 PSM: takes place in the fall of 2023 with a July 2024 start date; and
  • 2025 PSM: will begin shortly after the 2024 PSM concludes in November, with a start date of July 2024 or July 2025 for Quebec, and a start date of July 2025 for all other provinces.

For more information about this change, please consult the memorandum from the specialty committee in Pediatrics.

LICENSING BODY All applicants must be eligible for registration with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba (CPSM) on the educational register. CPSM categories of registration and eligibility criteria for licensure after residency can be reviewed at the following website.
SOURCE OF FUNDING Funding for Residency positions is provided by Manitoba Health
TRAINING LEVEL ELIGIBILITY All Pediatrics residents in ACGME-accredited Pediatrics programs who are interested in applying for a Pediatrics subspecialty program in Canada will need to have their training assessed by the RCPSC in comparison to Canadian training.

  • A resident who has or will complete their Pediatrics residency in an ACGME-accredited program in the U.S. will need to complete an approved PGY-4 year in a core RCPSC Pediatrics program in Canada to be eligible to apply for subspecialty training in Canada. The RCPSC assessment of U.S. training will establish what is needed during the PGY-4 year. U.S residents interested in doing a PGY-4 year in a Canadian core Pediatrics program will need to reach out to the residency programs individually and explore if this opportunity is available.

OR

  • If a resident is completing a PGY-4 chief resident year in an ACGME-accredited program in the U.S., the RCPSC assessment of training will establish if the resident is eligible for the RCPSC examinations/fellowship. For more information on having your training assessed, please contact Chantal Benoit at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (cbenoit@royalcollege.ca)

Subspecialty: Pediatric Emergency Medicine

  • Training level: Current resident
  • Eligibility Details: Applicants from Pediatrics will be accepted during their PGY-3 year of training for entry into the subspecialty residency programs in their PGY-5 year of training.Applicants from Emergency Medicine usually are accepted in their PGY-5 year and complete the majority of the program in their PGY-6 of training

Subspecialty: Pediatric Subspecialties

  • Training level: Current resident
  • Eligibility Details: Applicants from Pediatrics will be accepted during their PGY-3 year of training for entry into the subspecialty residency programs in their PGY-5 year of training.
RESTRICTIONS Applicants who are off cycle by more than six months will be considered for the subsequent match.

Pediatric residents who will be completing their PGY4 training after December 31, 2024, are eligible to apply to the 2025 PSM match.

Visa-sponsored trainees must apply for subspecialty training outside of the Pediatric Subspecialty Match.

Please see the following website for more information

https://umanitoba.ca/medicine/postgraduate-medical-education

MATCH STREAMS N/A
CITIZENSHIP REQUIREMENTS
Accepted Citizen types
Canadian citizen
Canadian permanent resident
Accepted Citizenship Documents
Canadian Birth Certificate or Act of Birth
Certificate of Canadian Citizenship
Confirmation of Permanent Residence in Canada
Passport page showing Canadian Citizenship
Canadian Citizenship Card (both sides of card)
Canadian Permanent Resident Card (both sides of card)
Deadline for providing Citizenship documents
File review opening

Notarized/certified photocopied proof of citizenship must be provided. Photocopies are accepted but citizenship documents other than what is listed above are not accepted.

CaRMS is partnering with third-party organizations to automate the verification of citizenship/legal status required by postgraduate offices for entry into residency. Third-party verification simplifies the process for applicants and programs. All applicants who do not receive third-party citizenship verification will be required to upload and assign an acceptable proof of citizenship document. Please see additional information here.

ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR CANADIAN MEDICAL GRADUATES

A Canadian Medical Graduate (CMG) or U.S. Allopathic Medical Graduate (USMG) is an individual who received their medical degree from a medical school accredited by the Committee on Accreditation of Canadian Medical Schools (CACMS) or the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME).

PROOF OF LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY English is the language of study at the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, Max Rady College of Medicine, University of Manitoba. All applicants whose first language is not English must submit proof of English language proficiency to CaRMS by the file review opening date.

Language Assessment Document Accepted: IELTS Academic

  • Document validity (not expired) by: The assignment of applications and documents deadline
  • Minimum score: minimum score of 7 in each component
  • Results available and submitted to programs by: The assignment of applications and documents deadline​

Language Assessment Document Accepted: Occupational English Test (OET) Medicine – on a computer at a test venue​

  • Document validity (not expired) by: The assignment of applications and documents deadline
  • Minimum score: with a minimum grade of B in each of the four subsets
  • Results available and submitted to programs by: The assignment of applications and documents deadline​

Language Assessment Document Accepted: Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) – General

  • Document validity (not expired) by: The assignment of applications and documents deadline
  • Minimum score: with a minimum score of 9 in each of the four skills
  • Results available and submitted to programs by: The assignment of applications and documents deadline​

CMG/USMG

If you graduated from an English medical school in Canada or the United States, you are exempt from providing proof of language proficiency.

Candidates who attended medical school in Canada or the United States where the language of instruction or the primary language of patient care was not English, must fulfill the English Language Proficiency requirements.

Candidates are exempted from English language proficiency testing under the following circumstances:

  • the language of instruction and patient care throughout the entire undergraduate medical education curriculum was in English. A letter of attestation directly from the Dean of the candidate’s medical school confirming that the majority of the language of instruction and patient care was conducted in English is required.

For example, evidence could be provided to support the following:

  • taken in their totality, the majority (>50%) of the applicant’s undergraduate and/or postgraduate medical education was in English;

taken in its totality, the majority (>50%) of patient care provided by the applicant was in English.

MEDICAL COUNCIL OF CANADA EXAMS Examination: MCCQE Part I

  • Requirement: Mandatory with exceptions
  • Date/milestone assessment submission required: File review opening

The province will accept the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1 and Step 2 in place of the MCCQE Part I for United States Medical Graduates.

RETURN OF SERVICE (ROS) REQUIREMENTS All applicants with a return of service agreement must attach a copy of that agreement to their applications.
MEDICAL EDUCATION N/A
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION All candidates accepted to all residency programs must attend the mandatory PGME orientation day.

ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL GRADUATES

An International Medical Graduate (IMG) is an individual who received their medical degree from a medical school that listed with the World Directory of Medical Schools (World Directory) published by the Foundation for the Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER) and the World Federation for Medical Education (WFME).

A U.S. Osteopathic Medical Graduate (USMG- Osteo) is an individual who received their medical degree from an accredited Osteopathic medical school.

PROOF OF LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY English is the language of study at the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, Max Rady College of Medicine, University of Manitoba. All applicants whose first language is not English must submit proof of English language proficiency to CaRMS by the file review opening date.

Language Assessment Document Accepted: IELTS Academic

  • Document validity (not expired) by: The assignment of applications and documents deadline
  • Minimum score: minimum score of 7 in each component
  • Results available and submitted to programs by: The assignment of applications and documents deadline

Language Assessment Document Accepted: Occupational English Test (OET) Medicine – on a computer at a test venue​

  • Document validity (not expired) by: The assignment of applications and documents deadline
  • Minimum score: with a minimum grade of B in each of the four subsets
  • Results available and submitted to programs by: The assignment of applications and documents deadline

Language Assessment Document Accepted: Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) – General

  • Document validity (not expired) by: The assignment of applications and documents deadline
  • Minimum score: with a minimum score of 9 in each of the four skills
  • Results available and submitted to programs by: The assignment of applications and documents deadline

Candidates are exempted from English language proficiency testing under the following circumstances:

  • the language of instruction and patient care throughout the entire undergraduate medical education curriculum was in English. A letter of attestation directly from the Dean of the candidate’s medical school confirming that the majority of the language of instruction and patient care was conducted in English is required.
  • their undergraduate medical education was taken in English in one of the following countries that have English as a first and native language:

List of countries that have English as a first and nativelanguage Australia, Bahamas, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, United Kingdom, United States of America, US Virgin Islands – Caribbean Islands: Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Grenadines, Jamaica, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Trinidad and Tobago

For example, evidence could be provided to support the following:

  • taken in their totality, the majority (>50%) of the applicant’s undergraduate and/or postgraduate medical education was in English;
  • taken in its totality, the majority (>50%) of patient care provided by the applicant was in English.
MEDICAL COUNCIL OF CANADA EXAMS Examination: MCCQE Part I

  • Requirement: Mandatory with exceptions
  • Date/milestone assessment submission required: File review opening

Examination: NAC Examination

  • Requirement: Mandatory
  • Date/milestone assessment submission required: File review opening

The province will accept the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1 and Step 2 in place of the MCCQE Part I.

RETURN OF SERVICE (ROS) REQUIREMENTS  All applicants with a return of service agreement must attach a copy of that agreement to their applications. The printed agreement must indicate that subspecialty training in a province different from the one to which return of service is required is acceptable.
MEDICAL EDUCATION International Medical Graduates (IMGs) must be graduates of an acceptable medical school on the World Directory of Medical Schools list. Confirmation of World Directory status MUST be provided by submitting a copy or printout from the World Directory of Medical Schools website.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

Pre-Residency Orientation Programs

To help ensure a smooth transition to residency, all IMG candidates accepted to residency programs are required to complete the mandatory two-week orientation program in June 2024.  Further information about the mandatory IMG Orientation can be found on the University of Manitoba, International Medical Graduates-Orientation webpage.

All candidates accepted to all residency programs must attend the mandatory PGME orientation day.

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