Université de Montréal (in Montreal city and Trois-Rivière city)
McGill University (in Montreal city)
Université de Sherbrooke (in Sherbrooke city)
Université de Laval (in Quebec city)1. Level of studies required
For Université de Montréal, Université de Sherbrooke, Université Laval : Students must be in second-last or last year of clinical studies. For Sherbrooke, students cannot be in the summer before starting their second to last year.
Students doing their internship at Université de Montréal must of have done at least 12 weeks of clinical internships prior to their exchange (observation, symptomatology and immersion internships do not count)
For McGill University : Students must have started their last year of medical studies by the exchange start date.
Take note that graduated students will NOT be accepted at any LC.2. Details per LC
Please consult this link for more details about Université de Montreal: https://md.umontreal.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/08/Stages_de_medecine_en_externat_etudiants_hors_quebec.pdf
Please consult this link for more details about Université de Sherbrooke: https://www.usherbrooke.ca/doctorat-medecine/demandes-de-stages-cliniques/etudiants-internationaux/
Please consult this link for most details about McGill: https://www.afmcstudentportal.ca/institution/uMcGill#
3. Fees and other details
University of Montreal:
Students at this LC MUST have malpractice insurance as the school will not provide it. This can be done with a third party or by paying the university 300$ CAD to cover you. University of Sherbrooke:
87$ CAD fee is charged for registration of each student
All students in all LCs are required to pay 120$ CAD for licencing however this will be refunded upon arrival.