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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.





December 2, 2016

2018 Cycle Website Updates Underway

The AIMG Program website is currently being updated with information relevent to the 2018 Cycle. We appreciate your patience during the transition.


August 12, 2016

2017 Cycle Eligibility Notification

2017 Cycle eligibility notifications were sent to all applicants on or before Friday, August 12, 2016.  Please advise the AIMG Program by email at if you did not receive this important communication.


June 26, 2016

MCCQE Part 1 Results

2017 Cycle Applicants who have recently received MCCQE Part 1 results are reminded to share these scores with the AIMG Program through If a PASS standing was not achieved please advise the AIMG Program by email at 


June 1, 2016

AIMG Program Email restored

The email service has been restored. If you added the temporary gmail address to your contacts list, please delete it as we will no longer be monitoring this mailbox.  Thank you for you understanding during this unusal outage in service.

If you sent an email to between 12:00 P.M. on Friday, May 27 and 10:00 A.M. Wednesday, June 1, it may not have been received by the AIMG Program office. 


May 30, 2016

Online Application Portal deadline extended

The AIMG Program 2017 Cycle application portal will remain open to applicants until Friday, June 3, 2016 at 12:30 P.M. MDT.  The portal will close automatically at this time. All other deadlines remain the same.  Supporting documents submission deadline is June 8, 2016 at 4:00 P.M. 


May 29, 2016

University of Calgary IT Services not available

Email service for accounts is currently not available. There is no current estimate for when service will be restored.  Your patience during this unusual outage is greatly appreciated.


May 3, 2016

Applications Portal Open

As of 12:00pm (noon), Tuesday, May 3, 2016 the AIMG Program applications portal will be open to accept applications for the 2017 Cycle.


May 2, 2016

Applications Portal Opening Delay - update

The AIMG Program applications portal, due to open at 9:00am MDT on May 2, has been delayed. The goal is to open by noon of May 3. Thank you for your patience.


May 1, 2016

Applications Portal Opening Delayed

The AIMG Program applications portal, due to open at 9:00am MDT on May 2, has been delayed. The goal is to open later in the day. Thank you for your patience.


April 27, 2016

TOEFL IBT will not be accepted starting 2018 Cycle

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta (the physicians licensing authority in Alberta) has announced that effective January 1, 2018, the IELTS Academic version will be the only accepted proof of fluency in English. Minimum scores must be achieved in all components of the test.


April 11, 2016

Office Hours during Externship Orientation

The AIMG Program office will be closed intermittently during the period of April 18 – 29, 2016 for Externship Orientation.  Please call 403-210-7790 before visiting to ensure someone is available to help you.  Regular office hours will resume on Monday, May 2, 2016. 


April 4, 2016

2017 Cycle Supporting Documentation - Alternative to the Letter of Regular Employment

Applicants who are not able to provide Letter(s) of Employment may request an administrative exception to provide an alternate proof of being physically present and continuously living on a day-to-day basis in the province of Alberta for 6 or more months including December 1, 2015 to June 1, 2016 by sending an email message to with the subject line “Request for Administrative Exception – Alberta Residency”.  


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.


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