The Admissions Committees consider every application individually and on its own merits, taking into account the degree of difficulty involved in the undergraduate degree or high school curriculum, the competitiveness of the school, course load taken by the applicant, and a number of other factors. Students are expected to present high marks in Chemistry and Biology as the application process is competitive.
Applicants who hold (or expect to hold by September of the year of entry) an undergraduate degree with a significant science component, including courses in Chemistry and Biology, may apply to the following programs:
*To receive a place in UCC’s GED program, candidates must have completed an Honors Bachelor’s degree with courses in (i) General Anatomy, (ii) Physiology and (iii) Biochemistry. Candidates who do not have these courses completed by September of the year of entry will be considered for the 5-year program only.
Candidates applying directly from high school and high school graduates who have taken college/university-level courses, but who will not have an undergraduate degree by September of the year of entry, may apply to the following program:
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