Apply: Biomedical Visualization and Communication

Applicants should read and thoroughly understand the program handbook before applying to the program. Please remember to include your Letter of Intent when you submit this application. Pay the CAD$175 non-refundable application fee. Please note the invoice number found on the fee receipt as you will need it for the application form.

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Personal Details

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Educational Background

Please list all formal or informal courses of study. Please list the name(s) of the institution(s), and the year(s) or months you were enrolled.

Education 1


Please give details of your work experience that you consider relevant to the program.

Work Experience 1

Letter of Intent

Please include a letter of intent (maximum 500 words or 3,000 characters). You should outline your motivations for pursuing the program, your experience, what you feel you will gain from the program, what strengths you bring and how the program contributes to your future personal and/or professional goals.

Requirements for Online Learning*

In order to participate in this certificate program, please confirm the following statements:

Technology Requirements*

Please confirm the following statements:

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