American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS)
AMCAS is a non-profit, centralized application processing service that is only available to applicants to the first-year entering classes at participating U.S. medical schools. Most medical schools use AMCAS as the primary application method. Advanced standing and transfer applicants should contact the medical schools directly for assistance. Regardless of the number of medical schools to which you apply, you submit just one online application to AMCAS. AMCAS does not render any admission decisions and does not advise applicants where to apply.


The McGill Science Undergraduate Research Journal (mSURJ) is a competitive, peer-review academic journal that exists to encourage, publish, and promote undergraduate research from all scientific disciplines at McGill. Effective communication of findings is an integral part of scientific research, and literacy skills are highly relevant to a scientific career, especially one in medicine. As such, mSURJ is a superb opportunity to spark scientific inquiry and inspire student involvement in academic writing.


Ontario Medical Schools Application Service (OMSAS)
The Ontario Medical Schools Application Service (OMSAS) is the centralized application service for applying to Ontario medical schools.


The Redbooks are an indispensable, online resource for students interested in applying for Medical or Graduate Studies. All Canadian medical schools and some international medical schools are on the website, which includes application deadlines, admissions requirements, contact information, and general information about the university. Graduate program listings are organized both by program and university, and include links to university websites.


Science Undergraduate Society
The Science Undergraduate Society (SUS) represents all students in the Faculty of Science, and is the parent organization of Medical Direction (MD). With eight executives, three senators, three SSMU Reps, over 100 committee members, and hundreds of volunteers, SUS is well-equipped to serve the 4600+ B.Sc. and B.A.Sc. students at McGill. Visit the SUS website to find out how to get involved, and for more info on science events, activities, and services.


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