How exciting! You are considering applying to the Rural Pre-Medicine program. We welcome your application and are happy to answer any questions you may have.
For admissions or application questions, contact RPM Admissions. For program questions, please contact Allyson Perrott, Chair of the RPM Admissions Committee.
The application process for September 2017 is open.
The Rural Pre-Medicine program will be using a continuous intake model for this cycle. This means that outstanding individuals who submit their applications before the final deadline will be offered seats in the program early. It is to your advantage to apply well before the final deadline!
Admission to the Rural Pre-Medicine program is competitive. A student meeting all the admission requirements will be included in the pool of qualified applicants, but only a limited number of such qualified applicants will be admitted into the program.
Step One: Apply to Selkirk College
Review the program admissions requirements.
Apply to Rural Pre-Medicine at Apply BC. Hint: You will find us under "Unique at Selkirk" on the Apply BC site. This is the beginning of your formal application to Selkirk College and must be completed. You will receive a confirmation email from Selkirk College Admissions once this step has been completed.
Step Two: Complete the documentation
Within a few days of applying to the program you will receive an email from Selkirk Admissions containing all of our application documents. Complete them and submit them to RPM Admissions. If you have any questions, contact RPM Admissions.
If you want to start with the documentation right away, you can download the first form; the Rural Pre-Medicine Application Package.
Step Three: You will hear from us
Remain in contact with Selkirk to communicate any changes in your contact information.
Your completed application documents will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee. Outstanding applicants may be accepted into the program before the final deadline. All other applicants will be considered during the competitive entry process that occurs after the final deadline.
If you are offered a seat in the Rural Pre-Medicine program you will be required to confirm acceptance of this offer by paying your seat deposit.
There will be a 48 hour turnaround time for you to complete this step.