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Those applicants submitting an application during Grade Twelve must have maintained an 80% academic average during Grade Eleven and Grade Twelve.
Those applicants submitting an application during the course of their University Degree must have maintained a minimum 80% academic average in their most recently completed two years of education.
While an overall simple average of 80% meets the minimal criterion for consideration of admission, prospective applicants should be aware that given the rapidly rising level of competition for a limited number of positions, a significantly higher academic average would provide the applicant with a more likely chance of admission. The Admissions Committee may nullify an admission or revoke registration if it finds that an applicant has not met this minimum requirement.
Awards and accomplishments
What areas of healthcare and/or medicine are you currently interested in pursuing and why?
What are your goals in Med Plus? How do you see Med Plus benefiting you and your future career?
What qualities, strengths and experience will you bring to Med Plus?
As a part of the online application, you can give the Med Plus Admissions Committee permission to access your transcript online, which you have already submitted to the Brock University Registrar's office as part of your application to Brock University. If you do not want the admission committee to view your marks online; a hard copy of your transcript must be sent in for review.
Hard copy transcripts must be sent to:
Attn: Med Plus Coordinator
Career Services, ST119
500 Glenridge Ave
St. Catharines ON L2S 3A1
and must be received by the application deadline.
As part of the online application, applicants must submit the name and email address of a reference. Once you have submitted your online application, we will email your referee directly and provide them with a Letter of Reference form to complete and return to Med Plus before the application deadline.