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Our Mission

 

The AIMG Program identifies, through comprehensive assessment, qualified applicants who are eligible to compete for defined residency positions. The AIMG Program advances this mission through evaluation, research and support.

 

 

Announcements

 

January 25, 2016

CAP Assessor Recruitment 

If you are a practicing physician with a College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta (CPSA) medical license, have been in independent practice for more than one year and work in a hospital-based or office-based environment, please consider taking part in the AIMG Program Clinical Assessment Placement as an Assessor.  More information can be found on our CAP Assessors page.

If you are interested and available to participate in the 2016 Cycle CAP as an assessor, please complete this survey – CAP-Assessors2016.


January 22, 2016

AIMG Program Medical Director Position 

The AIMG Program is now accepting applications for the position of Medical Director. Please follow this link for details about the position and application.

 

December 7, 2015 

Winter Office Hours 

The AIMG Program office will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Fridays. All times are Mountain Time.

AIMG Program contact information can be found on our Contact Us page.

 

November 4, 2015

Understanding your MMI Result

In 2015, the AIMG Program changed its method of reporting MMI results to help residency programs more easily compare an applicant’s results to that of others in the same cycle (cohort). AIMG Program applicants must participate in the MMI annually in order for their results to be compared to their current cohort’s results.

MMI results are provided as a “standardized score” or z-score to reflect how an applicant performed in comparison to the mean (or average) score of all the applicants in that year’s MMI.  A z-score more clearly indicates how an individual compares to their cohorts than a raw test score. 

If an individual’s raw score was above the mean, their z-score will be positive.  If an individual’s raw score was below the mean, their z-score will be negative. Typically 68% of individuals will have a score between -1 and 1.

 

August 26, 2015

Participating Programs for 2016 Cycle

The preliminary list of programs that will be participating in the 2016 CaRMS match with designated positions for IMGs is now posted here.

 

July 29, 2015

Multiple Mini Interviews update for 2016 Cycle

The Multiple Mini Interviews information page has been updated for the 2016 Cycle. Refer to the Program Cycle – Multiple Mini Interviews page for details.


June 23, 2015

2016 Cycle Applicants – MCCQE1 and CaRMS Match Day

2016 Cycle applicants should note that the registration deadline for the spring 2016 sitting of the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Exam Part 1 (MCCQE1) closes before the 2016 CaRMS R-1 Main Residency Match. As previously announced, the MCCQE1 will be an eligibility requirement for all applicants to the AIMG Program 2017 Cycle. Candidates may wish to consider registering for the MCCQE1 prior to knowing the outcome of the match.

There are two opportunities to sit the MCCQE1 exam per calendar year, spring (April – May) and fall (October – November).  If you have not written the MCCQE1 and are interested in the Fall 2015 sitting, please be aware that the main application deadline for the Fall 2015 MCCQE1 is Tuesday, July 7, 2015. Register for the exam through your physiciansapply.ca account. 

 

June 18, 2015

Registration Deadline for MCCQE1 - July 7, 2015

As previously announced, the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Exam Part 1 (MCCQE1) will be an eligibility requirement for all applicants to the AIMG Program 2017 Cycle. There are two opportunities to sit this exam per calendar year, spring (April – May) and fall (October – November).  The main application deadline for the Fall 2015 MCCQE1 is Tuesday, July 7, 2015. Register for the exam through your physiciansapply.ca account.

Please review the assessment scenarios presented on the AIMG Program website for medical degree completion, Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Exam (MCCEE), National Assessment Collaboration (NAC) and MCCQE1 if you are planning to apply to the AIMG Program 2017 Cycle.

 

April 2, 2015

MCCQE1 Required for 2017 Cycle

Beginning with the 2017 Cycle (application in Spring 2016), the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Exam Part 1 (MCCQE1) will be an eligibility requirement for all applicants to the AIMG Program.

Applicants who sit the April/May MCCQE1 (of the application calendar year) will be considered and required to provide proof of their assessment participation as well as pass result (once available). 

This requirement does not impact the 2016 Cycle eligibility requirements, which are outlined here (2016 Cycle Eligibility Requirements).

If you are planning to apply to the 2017 Cycle, please review the timing scenarios available HERE, as some deadlines are rapidly approaching.

 

March 4, 2015

TOEFL IBT to continue to be accepted as evidence of English language proficiency

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta [CPSA] (the physicians licensing authority in Alberta) has recently confirmed with the AIMG Program that it will continue for accept the TOEFL IBT (Test of English as a Foreign language – Internet Based Test) as evidence of English language proficiency through 2016.  A minimum score of 24 is required in each of the four TOEFL IBT components.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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