Application Instructions by Program

Ready to apply to a full-time program? Click each program title to read about its application process.

To ensure you receive equal consideration in the admission process, your application must be received by the application deadline. This is particularly important for programs which are oversubscribed, since Michener receives many more qualified applicants than there are available spaces.

Offers of admission will be made to students based on a combination of information received from application steps 1 through 4. Any information received late, or not at all, will affect our ability to evaluate your academic and work related credentials and will severely impact on Michener being able to make an offer of admission. After the MMI is completed, offers of admission will be made. Offers of Admission will be sent in mid-May.

Michener requires full disclosure of an applicant’s postsecondary academic history. Internationally-educated domestic applicants must include credential assessments and proof of English language requirement completion in addition to the requirements set out for each program; see the International Applicants page for information.

Admission Requirements for Internationally-Educated Applicants

Michener-Only Full-Time Programs

Cardiovascular Perfusion, Chiropody, Diagnostic Cytology, Genetics Technology, Medical Laboratory Science, Respiratory Therapy, and Ultrasound can all be applied to using the Ontario Colleges Application Service (OCAS). OCAS has recently released an app that makes applying even easier.

Apply now to Ontario Colleges

Cardiovascular Perfusion

To apply to the Michener Cardiovascular Perfusion Graduate Diploma Program, please complete the following:

Step 1: Apply online at: www.ontariocolleges.ca

or

ontariocolleges.ca
60 Corporate Court
Guelph, ON
N1G 5J3
Tel: (519) 763-4725 or 1-888-892-2228
Please use the following application codes:
College Code: MICH
Program Code: CV222 Cardiovascular Perfusion

For more information on the application process please visit Michener’s Admissions page.

Step 2: Candidates must ALSO supply the following to Ontario Colleges

  • All applicants with further education must submit official copies of all postsecondary transcripts. Official Notarized copies will also be accepted.
  • All applicants for whom English is a second language must provide proof of an English language assessment.

Step 3: All supporting documentation that is sent directly to Michener should be addressed to the Admissions Department. Click here for Admissions contact information.

  • Option A applicants must submit:
    • Official copies of registration documents
    • Complete Cardiovascular Perfusion Applicant Experience Checklist
    • Supporting documentation, if necessary, for the Applicant Experience Checklist
    • All documents relevant to training and/or experience (resume or CV)
    • A letter from an employer stating at least one year of critical care experience within the last five years
  • Option B applicants must submit:
    • Additional proof of prerequisite completion if completed outside postsecondary transcripts
    • Complete Cardiovascular Perfusion Applicant Experience Checklist
    • Supporting documentation, if necessary, for the Applicant Experience Checklist

Step 4: Soon after application acknowledgement, all applicants will be e-mailed instructions on how to access and complete the online Supplementary Application (and pay the supplementary application fee).

Step 5: Top ranked applicants to the Cardiovascular Perfusion program will be invited to attend the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI), the final phase of our admissions process. What is MMI?

Chiropody

To apply to the Chiropody program, please complete the following:

Step 1: Apply online at: www.ontariocolleges.ca

or

ontariocolleges.ca
60 Corporate Court
Guelph, ON
N1G 5J3
Tel: (519) 763-4725 or 1-888-892-2228

Please use the following application codes:
College Code: MICH
Program Code: CH111 Chiropody

Step 2: Candidates must ALSO supply the following to The Michener Institute:

  • All applicants for whom English is a second language must provide proof of an English language assessment.

Step 3: Soon after application acknowledgement, all applicants will be e-mailed instructions on how to access and complete the online Supplementary Application (and pay the supplementary application fee).

Step 4: Top ranked applicants to the Chiropody program will be invited to attend the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI), the final phase of our admissions process. What is MMI?

Diagnostic Cytology

To apply to the Diagnostic Cytology program, please complete the following:

Step 1: Apply online at: www.ontariocolleges.ca

or

ontariocolleges.ca
60 Corporate Court
Guelph, ON
N1G 5J3
Tel: (519) 763-4725 or 1-888-892-2228

Please use the following application codes:
College Code: MICH
Program Code: CY222 Diagnostic Cytology

Step 2: Candidates must ALSO supply the following to The Michener Institute:

  • A list of all relevant continuing education courses (if applicable), including final grades
  • Applicants for whom English is a second language must provide proof of an english language assessment.
  • The complete Applicant Experience Checklist, including supporting documents

All supporting documentation that is sent directly to Michener should be addressed to the Admissions Department.

Step 3: Following the application process:

View the laboratory tour video:

Soon after application acknowledgement, all applicants will be e-mailed instructions on how to access and complete the online Supplementary Application (and pay the supplementary application fee).

Step 4:

Top ranked applicants to the Cytology program will be invited to attend the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI), the final phase of our admissions process. What is MMI?

Genetics Technology

To apply to the Genetics Technology program, please complete the following:

Step 1: Apply online at: www.ontariocolleges.ca

or

ontariocolleges.ca
60 Corporate Court
Guelph, ON
N1G 5J3
Tel: (519) 763-4725 or 1-888-892-2228

Please use the following application codes:
College Code: MICH
Program Code: GE222 Genetics Technology

Step 2: Candidates must supply the following directly to The Michener Institute: Click here for Admissions contact information.

  • A list of all relevant continuing education courses (if applicable), including final grades
  • Applicant Experience Checklist with supporting documents

Step 3: Soon after application acknowledgement, all applicants will be e-mailed instructions on how to access and complete the online Supplementary Application (and pay the supplementary application fee).

Step 4: Top ranked applicants to the Genetics program will be invited to attend the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI), the final phase of our admissions process. What is MMI?

Medical Laboratory Science

To apply to the Medical Laboratory Science program, please complete the following:

Step 1: Apply online at: www.ontariocolleges.ca

or

ontariocolleges.ca
60 Corporate Court
Guelph, ON
N1G 5J3
Tel: (519) 763-4725 or 1-888-892-2228

Please use the following application codes:
College Code: MICH
Program Code: ML111 Medical Laboratory Science

Step 2: Candidates must ALSO supply the following to The Michener Institute:

  • All applicants for whom English is a second language must provide proof of an english language assessment.

Step 3: Soon after application acknowledgement, all applicants will be e-mailed instructions on how to access and complete the online Supplementary Application (and pay the supplementary application fee).

Step 4: Top ranked applicants to the Medical Laboratory Science program will be invited to attend the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI), the final phase of our admissions process. What is MMI?

* For the first round offers to the Medical Laboratory Science, Respiratory Therapy and Ultrasound programs, preference will be given to Ontario residents.

Respiratory Therapy

Applicants to the Respiratory Therapy program, please complete the following:

Step 1: Apply online at: www.ontariocolleges.ca

or

ontariocolleges.ca
60 Corporate Court
Guelph, ON
N1G 5J3
Tel: (519) 763-4725 or 1-888-892-2228

Please use the following application codes:
College Code: MICH
Program Code: RS111 Respiratory Therapy

Step 2: Candidates must ALSO supply the following to The Michener Institute:

  • All applicants for whom English is a second language must provide proof of an English language assessment.

Step 3: Soon after application acknowledgement, all applicants will be e-mailed instructions on how to access and complete the online Supplementary Application (and pay the supplementary application fee).

Step 4: Top ranked applicants to the Respiratory Therapy program will be invited to attend the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI), the final phase of our admissions process. What is MMI?

* For the first round offers to the Medical Laboratory Science, Respiratory Therapy and Ultrasound programs, preference will be given to Ontario residents.

Ultrasound

To apply to the Ultrasound program, please complete the following:

Step 1: Apply online at: ontariocolleges.ca

Or by mail at:
ontariocolleges.ca
60 Corporate Court
Guelph, Ontario
N1G 5J3
Tel: (519) 763-4725 or Toll-free: 1-888-892-2228

Please use the following application codes:

College code: MICH
Program code: US222 (for Ultrasound)

Step 2: Candidates must ALSO supply the following to The Michener Institute:

Step 3: Soon after application acknowledgement, all applicants will be e-mailed instructions on how to access and complete the online Supplementary Application (and pay the supplementary application fee).

Step 4: Top ranked applicants to the Ultrasound program will be invited to attend the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI), the final phase of our admissions process. What is MMI?

* For the first round offers to the Medical Laboratory Science, Respiratory Therapy and Ultrasound programs, preference will be given to Ontario residents.

Joint Programs

Medical Radiation Sciences Joint Programs at University of Toronto, including Radiological Technology, Radiation Therapy, and Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Technology, as well as the Radiation Therapy Laurentian University Joint Program can be applied to using the Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC).

Apply now to OUAC

Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging Technology: University of Toronto Joint Program

To apply to the Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging Technology: University of Toronto Joint Program, please complete the following:

UofT Students

Non-UofT Students

  • Apply online to Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC).
  • The Medical Radiation Sciences B.Sc. is listed under the University of Toronto section entitled “second and higher year programs requiring more than Grade 12 level”.
  • The code for the Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Technology program is TRN.

Out of Province Applicants

  • Students from non-Ontario universities are eligible to apply for admission. Applicants attending non-Canadian universities must have completed the equivalent of at least one year’s undergraduate education at an Ontario university to qualify for consideration. A higher tuition fee will be levied on individuals who are not Canadian citizens or landed immigrants.

Please apply to ONLY one discipline.

Program Information and Application Forms

Applicants seeking admission to the first year of the joint BSc/Diploma Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Technology program may obtain information and applications from the following locations:

  1. Medical Radiation Sciences Program, 149 College Street, Room 504, Toronto, Ontario M5T 1P5 Telephone (416) 978-7837; Fax (416) 971-2110; E-mail mrs.admissions@utoronto.ca.
  2. Enrolment Services, University of Toronto, 172 St. George Street, Toronto, ON, M5R 0A3; Telephone (416) 978-2190; www.adm.utoronto.ca

Application Process Timelines

Medical Radiation Sciences at University of Toronto

Radiation Therapy: University of Toronto Joint Program

To apply to the Radiation Therapy: University of Toronto Joint Program, please complete the following:

UofT Students

Non-UofT Students

  • Apply online to Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC).
  • The Medical Radiation Sciences B.Sc. is listed under the University of Toronto section entitled “second and higher year programs requiring more than Grade 12 level”.
  • The code for the Radiation Therapy Program is TRT.

Please apply to ONLY one discipline.

Out of Province Applicants

  • Students from non-Ontario universities are eligible to apply for admission. Applicants attending non-Canadian universities must have completed the equivalent of at least one year’s undergraduate education at an Ontario university to qualify for consideration. A higher tuition fee will be levied on individuals who are not Canadian citizens or landed immigrants.

Program Information and Application Forms

Applicants seeking admission to the first year of the joint B.Sc./Diploma Radiation Therapy program may obtain information and applications from the following locations:

  1. Medical Radiation Sciences Program, 149 College Street, Room 504, Toronto, Ontario M5T 1P5 Telephone (416) 978-7837; Fax (416) 971-2110; E-mail mrs.admissions@utoronto.ca
  2. Enrolment Services, University of Toronto, 172 St. George Street, Toronto, ON, M5R 0A3; Telephone (416) 978-2190; www.adm.utoronto.ca.

Application Process Timelines

Medical Radiation Sciences at University of Toronto

Radiation Therapy: Laurentian University Joint Program

To apply to the Radiation Therapy Laurentian University Joint Program program, please complete the following:

To apply to the Michener/Laurentian Collaborative Degree/Diploma program, please submit an application to Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC).

Apply online at http://www.ouac.on.ca The deadline for this application is January 14, 2015. Please see the web site for more details.

Please use the following application code: LRS

Radiological Technology: University of Toronto Joint Program

To apply to the Radiological Technology: University of Toronto Joint Program, please complete the following:

UofT Students

Non-U of T Students

  • Apply online to Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC).
  • The Medical Radiation Sciences B.Sc. is listed under the University of Toronto section entitled “second and higher year programs requiring more than Grade 12 level”.
  • The code for the Radiological Technology Program is TRS.

Out of Province Applicants

  • Students from non-Ontario universities are eligible to apply for admission. Applicants attending non-Canadian universities must have completed the equivalent of at least one year’s undergraduate education at an Ontario university to qualify for consideration. A higher tuition fee will be levied on individuals who are not Canadian citizens or landed immigrants.

Please apply to ONLY one discipline.

Program Information and Application Forms

Applicants seeking admission to the first year of the joint B.Sc./Diploma Radiation Therapy program may obtain information and applications from the following locations:

  1. Medical Radiation Sciences Program, 149 College Street, Room 504, Toronto, Ontario M5T 1P5 Telephone (416) 978-7837; Fax (416) 971-2110; E-mail mrs.admissions@utoronto.ca.
  2. Enrolment Services, University of Toronto, 172 St. George Street, Toronto, ON, M5R 0A3; Telephone (416) 978-2190; www.adm.utoronto.ca.

Application Process Timelines

Medical Radiation Sciences at University of Toronto

Michener-Only Part-Time Programs

The Anesthesia Assistant Graduate Certificate and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Graduate Certificate Programs can be applied to by submitting an application directly to Michener.

Apply now to using the application form

Anesthesia Assistant Graduate Certificate Program

To apply to the Anesthesia Assistant Graduate Certificate program, please submit the following documents to The Michener Institute:

  1. Completed Michener Application Form with $30.00 non-refundable application fee
  2. A current resume describing background and experience
  3. Proof of registration with CRTO or CNO
  4. A letter from your Chief of Anesthesia supporting return to home base site for clinical education.  Please note that all students are required to complete a minimum 2 week elective rotation external to the assigned base site.
  5. Applicants for whom English is a second language must provide proof of English language proficiency.

Your application should be sent to:

Office of the Registrar
The Michener Institute
222 St. Patrick Street
Toronto, ON
M5T 1V4
Canada
Fax: (416) 596-3122

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Graduate Certificate Program

To apply to the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Graduate Certificate Program:

A) Domestic applicants:

Please submit the following to The Michener Institute:

B) Internationally educated medical radiation technologists (IEMRTs):

 

Please submit your application to:

Office of the Registrar
The Michener Institute
222 St. Patrick Street
Toronto, ON M5T 1V4
Canada
 
Application Deadline: February 7th, 2015 for the May 2015 intake