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RESIDENCY: RUSM Students Attain Residencies in 2016 CaRMS Match

March 03, 2016

Congratulations to our Canadian Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) students on attaining residencies through the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS) first iteration. RUSM students attained residencies in family medicine, pediatrics, and internal medicine programs at University of Ottawa, University of Saskatchewan, and Western University.

Results for the second iteration of CaRMS will be released in April.

Check this blog over the next few days for profiles of Canadian RUSM students who matched through CaRMS in 2016. In the meantime, see below for detailed profiles of RUSM graduates who attained residencies through CaRMS in 2015.

Are you a Canadian resident interested in attending RUSM? Check out our Canadian Applicants page for useful resources and content.

 

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