Eligibility & Application Process
Applications for 2024 are due by June 21, 2022.
Nuclear Medicine Residency candidates must have completed an accredited Radiology training program and be certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Diagnostic Radiology. Proof of these qualifications must be provided by all applicants.
The below items must be submitted to email@example.com by the deadline for application packages. An application is not complete until all reference letters have been received by the program.
- Completed Application Form
- Curriculum Vitae
- Candidate Letter (Addressed to the Program Director)
- Proof of Certification
- Three Reference Letters (Addressed to the Program Director and submitted directly to firstname.lastname@example.org)
- One letter must be from Radiology Residency Program Director
Note: it is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that all reference letters are received by the Department of Medical Imaging administrative office. Referees will not be contacted by the Department for the purpose of requesting these letters.
Applications will be reviewed by the Admission Sub-Committee as soon as they are complete. This review process takes a minimum of three weeks from the time the last reference letter is received. Once applications have been considered by the Committee, candidates will be contacted by the program. Short-listed candidates will be asked to interview, which will take place in October/November.
Applications received after the deadline will be held until after the first round of acceptances in November/December. These applications will be considered for any positions that may remain open at that time.