The application site for Fall 2017 Admissions opens Monday October 24, 2016 and closes on Wednesday January 25, 2017.
In addition to fulfilling the Admission Requirements as outlined on previous webpage, an online application is required to be filled out through the School of Graduate Studies at McMaster University.
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Once you have accessed the online application, under Academic Program click on Interdisciplinary MHM from the drop down menu.
Please submit the following documents to: email@example.com.
- Two professional or workplace-related reference reports (You are responsible for sending this form to your professional/workplace referees.)
Note: A clinical referee cannot act as an academic referee
One academic reference (Your academic referee will be prompted to complete this form electronically when you enter their information on your application. Do not submit a paper version.)
Note 1: An academic referee has an academic appointment; they can be a colleague who has an affiliation with a university through their teaching or research interests
Note 2: An academic referee cannot act as a clinical referee.
Statement of interest outlining your career plans and suitability for the Master of Health Management program
- Proof of active registration in professional association (if applicable)
- Determining equivalency for non-regulated health professional applicants' form (if applicable)
- All original academic transcripts
- TOEFL score or IELTS test report (if applicable) to:
Master of Health Management
Institute of Applied Health Sciences
1400 Main St. West, IAHS-403
Hamilton, ON, Canada L8S 1C7
Material sent to support an application cannot be returned.
Note: The application to the program is a multi-staged process. All completed applications will be examined. Those that meet the general requirements of the Program are assessed by our Admissions Committee. If the MHM Admissions Committee approves the application, a recommendation is submitted to the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies for approval. Successful candidates will receive a letter of offer from the McMaster University School of Graduate Studies. All applicants are expected to respond within the specified time to the School of Graduate Studies when accepting or declining an offer. Applicants who cannot be placed will receive notification from the MHM Admissions Committee. Meeting the eligibility criteria does not guarantee admission. Admission is by selection.