The Electives Program is an opportunity for self education in an area of the students own interest. The aim of electives is to improve the students ability to function as a physician. Students in all medical schools have Electives and many pursue electives at other schools or affiliated clinial sites.The Electives Program is an opportunity for self education in an area of the students own interest. The aim of electives is to improve the students ability to function as a physician. Students in all medical schools have Electives and many pursue electives at other schools or affiliated clinial sites within Canada and abroad.
Click here to access the Electives Scheduling Tool.
Challenged with an Electives problem? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.
For Information on Electives at another Canadian Medical School, please visit our External Electives page.
For Information on International Electives Offered to U of M Students Click Here.
Forms/Information Required for International Travel Click Here.
|Anatomy||Anatomy||Advanced Gross Anatomy|
|Community Health||Community Health Sciences||Aboriginal Health|
|Community Health Sciences||Community Medicine/Health Sciences||Public Health & Preventitive Medicine|
|Community Health Sciences||Community Health Sciences||Occupational Health|
|Community Health Sciences||Community Health Sciences||Manitoba Centre for Health Policy|
|Emergency Medicine||Emergency Medicine||Emergency Medicine|
|Family Medicine||Family Medicine||Family Medicine (Rural or Urban)|
|Internal Medicine||Clinical Immunology & Adult Allergy|
|Physical Medicine & Rehab|
|Northern Medical Unit (NMU)||Northern Medical Unit (NMU)||Northern Medical Unit (NMU)|
|Obstetrics & Gynecology||Obstetrics & Gynecology||Community|
|High Risk/Maternal Fetal Medicine|
|Intensive Care Unit (PICU)|
|Pediatrics||Neurology - Pediatric||Neurology Pediatric|
|Child & Adolescent|
|Selkirk Mental Health Centre|
|Radiation Oncology||Radiation Oncology||Radiation Oncology|
|Radiology||Diagnostic Radiology||Nuclear Medicine|
|Head & Neck Oncology||Head & Neck Surgical Oncology Service|
|Orthopedics||Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery|
|Orthopedics||Reconstructive Orthopedic Surgery|
|Orthopedics||Spine Orthopedic Surgery|
|Orthopedics||Sports Orthopedic Sugery|
|Orthopedics||Trauma Orthopedic Surgery|
|General Surgery||General Surgery A Service|
|General Surgery||General Sugery B Service|
|General Surgery||General Surgery ACSS|
|General Surgery||General Surgery Gold Service|
|General Surgery||General Surgery Green Service|
|General Surgery||General Surgery Orange Service|
|General Sugery||General Pediatric Surgery|
|Surgical Intensive Care Unit||Surgical Intensive Care Unit|
|Vascular||Vascular Surgery at St. Boniface Hospital|
|Vascular||Vascular Surgery at Health Science Centre|
Thank you for your interest in the Visiting Electives Program at the University of Manitoba.
We accept applications 16-36 weeks in advance of the elective start date.
Please visit the AFMC Student Portal to read our guidelines and submit an application.
Please thoroughly read through the guidelines prior to contacting the Electives Administrator with questions.
If you do have questions please contact the Electives Administrator by email, voicemails will not be returned due to the high volume of inquiries.
For Elective Enquiries
Meredith Provan, Electives Administrator
Dr. James Butler, Electives Director
Undergraduate Medical Education
College of Medicine, University of Manitoba
Please contact Meredith Provan for Dr. Butler's Contact Info.
If you have been accepted for a visiting elective at the University of Manitoba please fill out the following documents and follow the instructions that were emailed to you.
MISHIP - Required only for International Students (excluding CSA's)
Important Information (N95 & Malpractice/Liability Insurance)