Becoming a medical resident in British Columbia means satisfying requirements from the Medical Council of Canada, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia, CaRMS and the University of British Columbia.
Graduates of a medical school outside of Canada and the US, or graduates of osteopathic schools of medicine in the US, can apply to become medical residents in B.C. When applying to CaRMS, you will be asked to demonstrate your citizenship status.
- Canadian Citizen
- Permanent Resident
Demonstrate Your Status
To demonstrate your citizenship status, you’ll be required to submit a copy of one of the following documents to CaRMS by the Rank Order deadline. Visit the CaRMS website for a full list of accepted document types.
- Canadian Birth Certificate
- Canadian Passport
- Canadian Citizenship Certificate
- Canadian Citizen Card (both sides)
- Current Canadian Permanent Resident Card (both sides)