MD/PhD Dual Degree Programs Program in Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science College of Pharmacy-USA

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How to apply

1. Review the Admissions Requirements

2. Submit an Application through PharmCAS

  • Application opens in June
  • PharmCAS application deadline is February 1 (Extended to May 1, 2013).
  • Due to our rolling admissions process, applicants are encouraged to apply early in the cycle for best consideration.

3. Submit your Transcripts to PharmCAS

  • Transcripts must be official
  • Please include transcripts from all universities and colleges you have attended.

4. Submit your Standardized Test Scores to PharmCAS

  • PCAT - All candidates seeking admission to the College of Pharmacy will be required to take and submit official scores from the Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) when completing a PharmCAS application.
    • Please use the PharmCAS code 104 when requesting scores.
    • PCAT exams scores which are older than June 2010 will not be considered in the 2012-2013 admission cycle.
  • TOEFL - Applicants who are not native speakers of English will be required to submit official scores from the Internet-Based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).

5. Submit your Letters of Recommendation

  • Two letters of recommendation from individual members of the faculty (preferably science), employers, supervisors, or pharmacy professionals are preferred by the admissions committee.
  • Letters from additional health professionals and personal references or recommendations may be submitted in addition to the academic evaluations at the candidate's option.

6. Supplemental Application

  • Candidates who have a 2.5 GPA, both in the sciences and cumulative, will be invited via email to submit the RFUMS supplemental application.
  • $50 non-refundable supplemental application fee.
  • RFUMS suppplemental application is due by March 1.

7. On Campus Interviews

  • Select candidates will be invited to campus for interviews.
  • Because of our rolling admissions schedule, those who apply early in the admissions cycle are more likely to be interviewed than those who apply later.

8. Technical Standards

9. Background Check

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