Hey, Im considering going to UBC for premed. My general advice would be that you should go into MECH, ELEC, or ENPH and pick up biomed-related projects. There definitely is a demand for engineering undergrads in medical school, and the difficulty of your undergrad is taken into account (despite what they might say publicly on the website). I've heard the BioMed Engineering program is one of the tougher engineering degrees. My suggestion, if you want to keep your options open, is to see what courses are required for admission to medical school (for example, UBC seems to only require English these days) and just try to take them on your own, rather than following a pre-determined template and possibly be forced to take classes you don't end up needing even if you do decide to go to medical school. They further I get into MECH the more and more I see students leaving engineering for medical school, law school, comp sci, etc. I already have an internship this summer at a medium sized medical innovations firm which could pan out into something more permanent, but I have to decide now if I should be deciding to go to medical school and if I should be part of this Alternative Pre-Med Route. I'd probably return to CA to live, if my circumstances allow me. Hey, I'm considering going to UBC for premed. Programs are available at the undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels, as well as through continuing professional education and public education initiatives. If you in the IB program, and getting very high 90's (like 99, yikes!8o ), you should not worry so much about your future marks in university. You need to maintain an 80% average to stay in the program. Mmmmmmmmmmm Minnesota. I'd definitely redo the courses if I was a domestic student, but international student fees are sky-high, just not worth it. 0. If so, by how much? Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. Archived. 1 9 5 591. I was also an international student, so I had to deal with having to adapt to a new environment and has some, though not extreme, language barrier. And no, as far as I know no school in Canada offers premed, but what I meant by premed was one of the biological courses, the kind of courses students usually take if they wanna get into med school - Biochemistry etc. In reality, many engineering graduates have found their engineering education to be an exceptional preparation to pursuing careers in other professions, including medicine. But for grad school/meds, a C- isn't going to get you far, but thats part of the whole "weeding out" process... it starts in first year and ends (hopefully) in meds! And as for UBC having the only medical school in BC, that sucks, it sucks even more that I won't be able to apply to it, since they don't take in any internationals. I 'd say that first year was the hardest just because its really hard to adjust to univ,,, it takes u at least one semester to learn how to study,, so usually people have low marks during their first year,,, u also have to consider that at ubc, first year classes are HUGE... some classes have as much as 500 ppl in them,, so its really hard to do well (best example is second year organic chemistry where the midterm avg is about 40-45%).. on the other hand, at the end, for most science courses the avg has to be around 69 or something but it totally depends on the prof if he wants to have it higher. Originally, my parents were told I was not able to apply with them due to some family issues, but apparently either the rules changed or the original officer was misinformed and I submitted an application at the last moment. The reality is that most people drop it and just do a regular engineering degree. Admissions might be able willing to answer these things. So I've given up on US and Canada just happened accidentally. 6 days ago. Plus he wasn't exactly planning on having me (he was 56 when I was born), so I guess he didn't think of applying for those things when he was younger. You must complete a 90-credit minimum to be considered for the program. Got accepted to med school after 3rd year. I am highly interested in Engineering and I've always wanted to be working something related to the medical field, but I just been having some misgivings in how it relates to my post-university and working life goals. And the reason why I want to follow this medical route is to create new solutions for illnesses. Also.....it's common knowledge that in highly competitive programs (pre-med, economics, etc) there's a certain degree of "weeding out" practices. Can your parents pay for school? do they seriously think a college graduate with a C-average on his or her diploma will be able to get any job. I was wondering if anyone knew anything about how competitive these programs are? not to disappoint u or anything, but i think it all depends on ur personality... i have a friend whose grade 12 avg was 96%, first year avg (at ubc) was 70%, and then from second year on, her average was around 85%. Ah well. A mean GPA of around 3.0 or less is considered grade deflated, and both U of T and McGill have a mean GPA of 2.2 . Anyone doing premed at UBC, I'd love to know what you think of it. Realistically, if you want a shot at med school, you'd need 85%+. At least that's the way I've been so far. Also, don't do coop if you have connections to a medical device company. It seems ridiculous to me though....do they seriously think a college graduate with a C-average on his or her diploma will be able to get any job?:x. I heard it's a quite restrictive specialization - can't speak too much about that. Where are you getting this info from? My friend was an electrical engineering student. r/UBC: The online community of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada! This change has been made to ensure the continued safety of all participants, including applicants, interviewers, and administrative staff, as we continue to experience the COVID-19 pandemic. There's always the option to become a clinician-scientist (MD/PhD) which has a focus on research and medical innovation. If you want to be a "normal" doctor, for the love of god do not do engineering at UBC. Huh? Don't worry about how long, whatever it is you want to do, will take. So this is done after your engineering degree. Do you have any experience with friends in the Pre-Med Engineering route? Of course, you will need to work in university at least a bit, but you are probably well prepared. La UPC presenta su Programa Preuniversitario PreMed para las Escuelas de Medicina y de Odontología. Engineering education is generally seen as the first step towards practising the profession of engineering. This is a great opportunity to hear from current medical and nursing students in the midst of their programs, degrees, and doctorates. You should budget in an extra year for the premed classes. But of course something got messed up and my parents got their PR cards over a month ago and nobody knows where mine is. I'm comparing it with high school here, e.g. I just got my Canadian PR in March. Posted by . Read more about this here!   You cannot paste images directly. Only 2-3 engineers make it in UBC Med each year. The main thing about the program is that it lets you choose 1st year stt's with chem 121/123 instead of chem 154. chem 154 can act as a prereq for the upper year life science courses they want you to take in the program (chem 233, bioc 202, bioc 302) but 121/123 will definitely prepare you better. save. You really don't need to be that sharp to be a good office assistant or customer service representative. I have never heard anything about grade deflation. I dunno... Re: "Also, if you are a landed-immigrant or permenant resident, I think that means you can apply in the Canadian pool. If anything, they usually would scale marks up if the average was too low or the failure rate too high. As usual on the OldPreMeds Podcast, our question is taken from the Nontrad Premed Forum: “I recently had a big wake up call about what I’d like to do as a career. Now getting in is gonna be the *really* tricky bit. Being on this forum for a short while, I have interacted with some of you and must say all of you are amazing. The majority of people usually ends up with a C. On the other hand, I know in my 12-person Japanese language class nobody has a C. P.S. It's a very heavy course load. how does UofT suffer from grade deflation? We are excited to announce that the upcoming 2020-21 UBC MD Admissions interviews will be held completely virtually in 2021. Hot New Top. We now deliver the workshop at each of our program sites every other year,” said Andrew. Neither are easy. Welcome to the Pre-Medical Society! An area for Canadian dental students to interact and share information. I would say avoid the premed alternative path. 432.   Pasted as rich text. I'm looking at 5 or 5.5 years (which my parents aren't too pleased about lol) but it's been really good for my mental health and grades. Ranked among the world’s top medical schools with the fifth-largest MD enrollment in North America, the UBC Faculty of Medicine is a leader in both the science and the practice of medicine. Category List. Oh yeah, I know what you mean, I'm an international in the US right now. My family... OK... my dad never wanted to apply for US/CA citizenship/permanent residency because he'd have to live (and work) there for a bit, and jobs overseas (ie. I was rejected immediately, even though I had a variety of tough courses on my resume, speak 5 languages, work while in school, volunteer constantly, etc. You're right, it's to do with personality... my personality's like, I don't like leaving things unfinished, I always try to do everything on time, and I'm really organized - don't mean to brag or anything. It's a frequent occurence that General Chem I is extremely hard and most people do terribly in it, but those who survive and take General II, find General II to be significantly easier. log in sign up. It's extremely difficult to fit in 27 extra credits in your four years. Of course they will look at your grades and compare your success at school with that of other applicants of similar backgrounds. Close. Did they end up graduating from engineering then moving to med school after they received an engineering degree? The pre-med alternative path is really difficult to balance along with a heavy engineering course load. I'll be over 30 years old by the time I am finally in the workforce and this is the best case scenario. OK, the fact that there seem to be no set quotas for large classes, makes me feel a little bit better... Also, I've heard that first-year classes are supposed to be the most difficult, and that it gets easier after that (as in, easier to get a high mark). UBC Pre-Medical Society in collaboration with UBC Cancer Association have curated a group of panelists that will help you in determining if the medical field is the right field for you. Whether you are not invited this time or don't get an offer, please do not give up. Pre-Med exists so that you can easily qualify for UBC Medical school after finishing your engineering undergrad degree. Home Join Events Office Hours and Location About Us Contact Sponsors Your Medical Journey Starts Here! . Anyone doing premed at UBC, Id love to know what you think of it. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I'm not at UBC in case anyone has this impression. card classic compact. Oh, but as for getting a Green Card in the US, I was thinking the Diversity Visa Lottery. card. http://www.bme.ubc.ca/undergraduate-studies/pre-med-alternative-path/. In regards to 2 posts that I'm incorrect about GPAs....To speak of my specific experience, last year 5 people from my class including me, were invited to an interview for an investment banking internship based on the questions/comments all 5 of us made during a visiting lecture conducted by the IBer who created the internship position. But at a good job? save. maybe easier to get into med there if u speak french and are willing to learn med in french? I know it does that to a lot of people. I keep in touch with a lot of graduates because I joined a predominantly upperclassmen student org when I was a sophomore, and I can definitely tell you that the ones with the better grades are also the ones who ended up with better jobs. That's what my parents did, and I counted as part of the family as I was under 21 or 23 or whatever the "dependant" age is. Coop is such a nightmare. These are very competitive. With the results returned, you will get diverse Edu/gov destinations. The online community of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada! If they have college degrees, some relevant work experience, and a good command of English and/or French (being bilingual is not necessary even though it's a bonus), they can immigrate under the skilled worker category. Programs/Degrees Offered: All Medical Health Professions Graduate Undergraduate. r/UBC. If you're passionate about what you're doing or what you will do, those years will fly by. i took AP calculus in high school and my first year math is one of my highest marks),,, if u have college credits, then u have no choice .. anyways, in terms of med, i sometimes wonder what would happen if i had gone to McGill and had become a quebec resident? You probably will be in a constant state of stress for the duration of your degree. I swear, being an international student SUCKS. All the courses can be taken at a later time if you'd like, and you are not stuck in a rigid structure forcing you to do more classes than practical. You deserve to live your dream and it is within your reach. I'm in Kuwait right now, born and bred here, but my nationality is Serbian. A forum for non-standard applicants who have taken a less direct pathway to medicine or dentistry. 99th percentile. I personally think EngPhys/MECH/ELEC are great degrees if you want to innovate in the medical field. By Anyway, I personally didn't *participate* in the application process and didn't go through any interviews, my parents did, but if you have any questions, PM me, I might be able to answer. And my mom, she's a nurse but doesn't have a college degree, and doesn't speak English, not that she'd want to do anything to help me anyway. All applicants (except UBC students) seeking credit for the English requirement must send one set of official AP, IB or A Level transcripts directly to the Admissions Office by the application deadline. Results of a study conducted at Florida State University in 2009 demonstrated that medical schools significantly preferred applicants who earned their degrees in a traditional in-person setting compared to those who completed some of their courses online. It was a lot of work trying to adapt to learning in English, and a whole different school system. Fucking blew the MCAT out of the water. :-) Thanks! I've been volunteering heavily in first aid and living in a family with a difficult medical past in cancer I know that working in medicine/healthcare is something that I could commit the rest of my life to. 9 9. Guest triplefudgebrownie, May 26, 2005 in General Premed Discussions. He has a PhD in Engineering, speaks fluent English and a bit of French, so I think he could definitely apply as a skilled worker immigrant, but he's convinced that they wouldn't let him, because of his age (it's true in a way - how do you convince people that you're gonna work when you're 73?). Posted by. :eek. Having an MD allows for more patient contact and you can still use your engineering if you go into the private sector or work in a biomedical engineering department in a hospital. Maybe this term won't … We anticipate full service on the site to return by Friday, Nov. 27 at 2:00pm ET. I should get credits for most of my first year classes anyway, so I hope that'll kind of "cushion" me.. Oh yeah, and I *would* do the courses again - but quite frankly, I just wanna get my undergrad degree out of the way as soon as possible - the less time I have to spend in it, the less money I have to spend too. 4 years in the Engineering program and another 4 in Med school, plus another 7 in residency. Of course, my 3.4 didn't prevent me from getting an admin job that summer with a decent pay. Hello students of UBC, I recently came across for the UBC Premed Society, but it seems like the Premed society isn't active anymore. × For example ENPH leaves room for 5 technical electives, all of which can be biology courses if you like; and there is nothing preventing you from taking more than 5exceptyourownsanity. share. The Admissions Team reported, It's extremely difficult. I don't know how much of an opportunity profs get to do it in Canada since my understanding is that you guys have year-long classes and therefore take the same classes in the spring as you do in the fall. Granted, I got some really good grades in Year 11, but I don't play any sports, and I worked my ass off. :/. We have a confession; from time to time we take a peek at the Premed 101 Forums to get a sense of how many of you are doing and to see if there is anything we can help to clarify. Put me back there today, and I probably would've had a 3.9 or so. It's a good idea though ;-) a bit sneaky, but clever ;-). From what I understand going through medical school and becoming a doctor means following the same procedures and same methodical textbook solutions with little time to create new solutions. How hard is __?, Look at my timetable and course material requests), programs, specializations, majors, minors, tuition/finance and registration go here. Sometimes they care about the courses you've taken (if they're looking for specific skills, which happens fairly often in engineering jobs) but they very rarely ask for a transcript... most of the time they will take your word for it (which actually scares me a bit, I'm honest, but I'm sure there are people out there who would stretch the truth to get a job!) I was PMed today by another poster and congratulated on my admissions to UBC med. The UBC Faculty of Medicine delivers innovative programs in the areas of health and life sciences through a province-wide delivery model. Eh, you're talking to one right now ;-). UBC COURSE QUESTION, PROGRAM, MAJOR AND REGISTRATION MEGATHREAD (2020W & 2021S): Questions about courses (incld. Office Address SUO of UBC (Students' Union Okanagan of UBC) 3272 University Way, Rm UNC133 Kelowna, BC V1V 1V7 They put really cool stuff together and are definitely innovating in such a way that's creating better outcomes for patients and doctors - everything from better ultrasounds to rehab devices. I’m aware this is a premed forum, but due to financial reasons I’m unable to apply to medical school this cycle and was looking at masters of public health instead. The people I know who had similar experiences in high school as I think you've had found university easier compared to high school for the most part, especially first year.   Your previous content has been restored. We cannot access AP, IB or A Level transcripts sent to UBC’s Enrollment Services. But that can't compare to an investment banking job. UBC is not a part of the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS). I'm not even applying until next year. I don't know how much she would be willing to contribute to my education, if any at all. I went to UBC and most of my big science courses had class averages of around 65%. A fair amount of engineers do work in the medical field (like robotics). 2 2 > Admissions < All Canadian med school decisions regarding winter 2020 grades. Biomedical engineers have a lot of limitations with respect to interacting with patients. Given that we were all students in the same class, and I know them to some extent, I can attest to the fact that they did NOT have any extra job experience that could've made the difference. Posted by 8 months ago. I feel like I'm missing something looking at that premed info page. I guess I could start working and immigrate after my undergrad degree... then apply for medicine... but getting an MD is long enough as it is, without any gaps. when i was in grade 12, i got accepted into U of T, McGill and UBC and back then, u of t and ubc sounded equally hard,, so i just chose BC because i have family here. Students who wish to apply to medical school who are enrolled in the Biomedical Engineering Program should take one additional English course as one of their complementary studies electives. That being said, UBC and many other Canadian med schools have removed all prerequisites for medical school. One last point. (sorry if that was too personal of a question). And the med schools are easier for international students to get into and they're less expensive. Doing the pre-med alternative path leaves you little time to do research, volunteer, or extracurriculars, which are equally important to getting into med school. :rollin Too funny. This is just my experience, but I do NOT know a single person who has made it into med school from this program. This can only be done through the MCAT Score Reporting System, and only after your results have been released to you. I'm still worried about the transition though. I also like the idea of living in CA better than the US or UK... just something about the people. If you want to combine both, it's not impossible but you'd probably need to get an advanced degree (think PhD or MD/PhD). Some profs will set up a very rigid structure in terms of how many of what grades will be given out. premed advice. MCAT Prep. 988 comments. I've heard the guys there are really hot. Por moderadorblog - Miércoles 27 de junio del 2007 . how does McGill suffer from grade deflation? I’m 24 years old, and I’m about to finish my undergrad in Emergency Services Administration. What are their stories in the program? 460 comments. sometimes people dont realize how hard they need to work when they are in university until they get to finals .. but there are people who start reading all their books and doing all the problems from the first week of class.. i guess just finding a balance between having a life and getting good marks is the only thing u learn during ur undergrad years lol I dont know if i agree with the person who said if u have IB credits, u will most likely do well in first year.. again, i took AP (advanced placement) calculus in high school,, but the reason i did well , was because there were only 20 people in our class and we had quizzes and tests basically every other day,, and there was competition too,, so i had to work a hell of a lot harder,, if i werent pushed by the teacher, i probably wouldn't have done that well... so there are lots of variables that u need to consider. They were already overwhelmed with their engineering coursework and did not want to do difficult life science courses on top. You probably need an advanced degree to truly innovate, but an undergrad in one of those specializations would not preclude from working in the medical field. Is it acceptable to take premedical course requirements online? 43. It's extremely difficult to fit in 27 extra credits in your four years. The short answer is: probably not. Would it be compared to the same bell-curving given at the University of Toronto?Would going to UWO be a better option in improving my chances in entering medical school in Canada? Either way, you might have an easier time as an international student if you attend a Canadian undergrad university. share. But you do need to be knowledgable enough to study the MCAT books hard, AND have some research experience. Are they planning to immigrate too? User account menu. 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