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Biomedical Discovery & Commercialization

Program at a Glance

Biomedical Discovery & Commercialization Program Website:

How to Apply

Apply to the Biomedical Discovery & Commercialization Program through the Ontario University Application Centre (OUAC)

Admission Requirements

Please visit the Biomedical Discovery & Commercialization website for a complete list of admission requirements.

More Information:

For more information on the Biomedical Discovery & Commercialization program please contact the IHLL office at or contact the program directly.

Indigenous Applicants

Indigenous participation in the Biomedical Discovery & Commercialization Program is important. To ensure equitable admissions, we have a facilitated admissions process for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis applicants. In accordance with the Self-Identification Policy of the Faculty of Health Sciences, Indigenous applicants (First Nations, Inuit, and Métis_ who wish to apply through this stream must complete the Facilitated Indigenous Admissions Program (FIAP): Self-Identification Application. Information on the policy and its requirements, along with the online application, can be found at: Facilitated Indigenous Admissions Program (FIAP)

Application Requirements under the FIAP:

  • Applicants must meet the same course requirements and minimum GPA as indicated in the previous sections for Level 1 or 2 applicants;
  • Complete the Biomedical Discovery & Commercialization Application;
  • Complete the Facilitated Indigenous Admissions Program (FIAP): Self-Identification Application by February 1, 2023.

Normally, applicants who have completed more than one year of University undergraduate studies are not eligible to apply to the Biomedical Discovery & Commercialization Program; however, for Indigenous applicants who meet the requirements for the Facilitated Indigenous Admissions Process, this exclusion will be waived.

Biomedical Discovery & Commercialization Supplementary applications from those being considered under the facilitated process will be reviewed by members of the Indigenous Health Task Force (IHTF) as well as the Program.