One position is available for the 2022 NRMP Match. Resident will start in July 2023 as PGY-2.
Application materials must be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
The following documents should be submitted through ERAS:
Common Application Form
Curriculum Vitae (as generated through ERAS)
USMLE (United States Medical Licensing Exam) transcripts
Medical school transcripts
Three letters of recommendation
Wallet-sized color photo
International Medical Graduates
ECFMG status report from Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates is required.
The J-1 alien physician visa sponsored by ECFMG is the preferred visa status for foreign national trainees in all UMN graduate medical education programs; therefore, the Department of Radiation Oncology sponsors only J-1 visas. We do not sponsor H-1B visas. More information on the J-1 visa can be found on the UMN-GME webpage.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, our residency interviews will be conducted all virtually this year. We are committed to making sure that we offer the same experience virtually that we offer in person.
We will begin conducting interviews on November 12th and December 10th, 2021.