Doctor of Medicine
Our comprehensive four-year curriculum transforms students into highly skilled and empathic physicians.
The first two years, called the Preclerkship, establish fundamentals through classroom learning, in anatomy labs, through lectures and seminars, and in the community. Clinical skills are developed early on, providing you with patient-based learning from year one. Years three and four are spent in Clerkship, a series of rotations through the major health care specialties. With support from affiliate hospitals and healthcare centres, students delve deeper into areas such as paediatrics, geriatrics, internal medicine and psychiatry. Our world-class network of hospitals and clinical care sites will connect you to today’s medical discoveries.
At U of T, student learning extends beyond the classroom and hospital walls. U of T’s MD students get involved in everything from research and community development to athletics, arts and culture. We will connect you to the resources you need to succeed.
An Exceptional Location
Our two unique campus communities - the historical St. George campus in downtown Toronto and the sleek and modern Mississauga campus - place our students in the heart of Canada’s largest health care network. Collaborations across a wide variety of hospitals and clinical care settings allow our students to experience the diversity of the Greater Toronto Area; both in the range of clinical placements they can pursue, and in the population they can serve.
Toronto (St. George) campus
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Last updated December 7, 2015