Please ensure the following information is included with your application to graduate studies. Incomplete applications will be held on file for one year.
Students may apply for graduate studies in the Department of Pharmacology via the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research using their web based on-line application.. If you are unable to apply online you may request an application package from the Graduate Administrator, Department of Pharmacology (address below).
Applicants are required to prepared a brief statement of research interests indicating the factors that have attracted the student to a career in pharmacology. Explain how the proposed graduate program relates to your career goals, list your academic, research and professional plans and how your background (academic/research training and work experience) make you a good candidate for our program. Please use the Statement of Research Interests form.
Applicants must arrange for 3 letters of reference to be submitted in signed, sealed envelopes in support of their application.
A CV form is provided for the students to submit additional information to support their application.
Canadian/ Permanent Residents: Canadian/Permanent Resident applications will be accepted until the start of each term. However applications should be submitted as early as possible as delays occur with late applications.
International Application Deadlines
The Department of Pharmacology does not have application deadlines, however students should take in consideration that complete applications must be received by our department at least 45 days in advance of the application deadlines established by the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research. Therefore the department's dates are as follows:
China (PRC) and Nigeria (These applications must be received earlier to allow applicants time to obtain necessary documentation from their home governments and Canadian embassies or consulates.)