Med – Fees & Dates 2020 (pre-COVID19) (ARCHIVE)

All program registrations are done online by using the program page, please click here to register or click Apply Now on the banner. Please review our Registration Guide & FAQ to gain a better understanding of how our new online registration system works.

Registration will open on January 15, 2020, at 9 AM EST.

2020 Fees

Module 1 – Human Physiology: How the Body Works
2020 Fee: $1488, Monday, July 6 to Friday, July 10, 2020.

Module 2 – Molecular Biology and Genetics: Applications in Forensics & Medicine
2020 Fee: $1488, Monday, July 13 to Friday, July 17, 2020.

Module 3 – Pharmacology & Toxicology: Medications, Drugs & the Body
2020 Fee: $1488, Monday, July 20 to Friday, July 24, 2020.

Module 4 – Microbiology: Microbes & the Body
2020 Fee: $1488, Monday, July 27 to Friday, July 31, 2020.

There is an additional non-refundable $98 CAD Registration Fee applied once per student regardless of how many modules they register for.

  1. Cancellation policy
  2. Transfer between modules policy

If no space is available in the module, you can join the wait list at no cost through the registration system and you will be subject to our waitlist policy.

2020 Module Fee Includes

  1. Academic Content
    • lab manuals
    • lectures
  2. Access to laboratory facilities
  3. Supplies and reagents
    • equipment rentals
    • consumables (ex: gloves, pipette tips, etc.)
    • chemical reagents
  4. Program Materials (Students keep the following items)
    • lab coat
    • name tag
    • folder
    • schedule
    • UofT pen
  5. Knowledge assessment
    • In-class quizzes
    • The Great Game Show (at the end of each module)
  6. Supervision by highly trained instructors
  7. Med YSP completion certificate
  8. Opportunities to learn about university life and admissions processes
  9. Career talks with professionals in their respective fields
  10. Memories to last a lifetime

Please note fees do not include accommodation, meals, or transport to and from the program.


Scholarships are available to Canadian students to attend one module based on financial need and academic merit. Students that have registered for any modules are ineligible for a scholarship. A separate application process is required. For more information please visit our scholarship information page.