Updated January 12, 2021
2022 Medicine Subspecialty Match — first iteration
If you have not previously participated in a CaRMS match, you can register here starting July 7, 2021 at 12:00 (noon) ET.
You will notice that there are milestones and deadlines listed in this timetable. Milestones are simply recommended dates designed to help you keep your application on track during each phase of the application process. These milestones are not deadlines.
Program descriptions for all programs participating in the match should be approved and available on carms.ca for applicants to review. Once program descriptions are approved, they are immediately available on carms.ca for applicants to consult.
Applicants may begin the application process.
All registered applicants are sent an email with information on how to log into CaRMS Online and start their application.
Applicants who participated in a previous match that was run on CaRMS Online can log into their CaRMS Online account using their existing username and password to participate in the match. Anyone who has forgotten their username or password can click on the ‘Forgot your username or password’ option on the CaRMS Online login page.
Applicants can start selecting the programs to which they wish to apply and assigning requested documents.
Applicants who would like their transcript, MSPR or references to be translated using the CaRMS-facilitated translation service must make the request through CaRMS Online by today to allow sufficient time for translation before file review begins. Documents must be available in your CaRMS Online application in order for us to be able to process the translation.
We will continue to process translations that are requested after this date, but, due to the high volume of requests, we cannot guarantee they will be available in your account before file review begins.
Referees must submit references through the CaRMS Online referee portal by this date to give applicants enough time to assign reference materials to programs before the opening of file review.
If applicants would like these documents to be translated by the CaRMS-facilitated translation service, they must be submitted before the translation request deadline.
Applications and all required documents must be submitted and assigned to programs by 12:00 (noon) ET today to be considered on time.
Any applications and documents submitted or assigned after 12:00 (noon) ET today will be time-stamped as late.
Some programs will not review late applications or documents. Consult program descriptions to ensure programs will review your application if it is submitted after file review has begun.
Programs now have access to all submitted applications and documents.
Programs must complete all interview status updates in CaRMS Online during this time frame. Interview statuses should be assigned at least one week prior to the scheduled program interview date and official interview invitations must be distributed to applicants within five days of the interview status update made in CaRMS Online.
Interviews are conducted during this period. Programs are responsible for scheduling interviews with applicants directly.
Note: Pain Medicine programs requested additional time to conduct their interviews to accommodate applicants writing their Royal College exams. This request was approved by PG Deans. Further information will be sent directly to applicants to these programs.
Applicants and programs may begin creating their rank order lists in CaRMS Online.
Applicants must submit their rank order list through CaRMS Online by 15:00 ET. This deadline is firm – no rank order lists can be submitted after this time.
Match results are available through CaRMS Online.
This is the last day to access information in your CaRMS Online account for this match. You will no longer have access to the information in your application after this date.