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UBC's 2024 Admission Interviews

The MD Undergraduate Program Admissions Office invites you to apply to participate in the 2024 admission interviews for the MD Undergraduate Program. Your participation in this important process is integral to selecting the next class of UBC medical students.

You can choose from two opportunities: the Multiple-Mini Interviews (MMI) and the Northern and Rural Panel Interviews (NRPI). You can apply to either or to both.

All admissions interviews and training sessions will be held in a virtual format. Apply by November 17.

2024 Multiple-Mini Interviews (MMI)

Invited program applicants will meet 10 different interviewers in a video-chat environment.

Key dates:

  • The MMI dates are February 3, 4, 10 and 17, 2024.

  • Interviewers must attend a virtual training session on January 31 or February 8. Attending one of the training sessions is mandatory, even if you have been an interviewer before.

2024 Northern & Rural Virtual Panel Interviews (NRPI)

The NRPI allows invited applicants to express their interest in rural medicine, highlight their rural experiences and connections, and speak to their suitability for the northern and rural seats in the MD Undergraduate Program.

Clinicians, faculty, community members, and medical students who call the many northern and rural regions of British Columbia home can apply to be an interviewer.

Key dates:

  • The NRPI date is February 11, 2024.

  • Interviewers must attend a virtual training session on February 7. Attendance at this training session is mandatory for all interviewers.

How to apply

  • When completing the application, please indicate your interest in participating in the MMI, the NRPI, or both.

  • Please note that you cannot be an interviewer if you, a family member, a personal friend or a close acquaintance are applying for medical school this year or in the near future.

  • Apply by Friday, November 17, 2023 at 11:59 pm PST. Applications take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

  • For help, please review the Interviewer Application Help Guide (PDF).

We know your time is valuable, and we thank you for considering this vital role in our admissions selection process. Without your support, we could not evaluate so many qualified applicants.

If you have any additional questions regarding the MMI or the NRPI, don't hesitate to contact the MD Admissions Office at


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