Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

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Bachelor
Master
Post-Master Nurse Practitioner Diploma
Collaborative Program
Doctoral
  • Overview

    For details about the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing programs, including admission requirements, please visit Programs.

    We accept applications for the undergraduate program (BScN) and graduate programs (Master’s, Graduate diplomas, Collaborate programs, and PhD) each year.

    Tip: Check our Admission Resources section for advice to enhance your application.

    Don’t forget  to apply for eligible Admission Awards.

    Certain programs, like the Masters in Nursing, implement early deadlines. Please find corresponding details within each program tab.

    All new students to the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing programs must satisfy practicum requirements prior to the start of first year classes. This includes information pertaining to immunization, BCLS certification, and police record check vulnerable sector screening.  For a full list of the requirements, see Undergraduate Program Practicum Requirements or the Graduate Graduate Program Practicum Requirements.

    Students may only complete practicums within organizations with which we have formal student placement or affiliation agreements. If you plan to have practicum placements outside of the Greater Toronto Area, please note that student placement agreements may not be possible close to where you live. You must be prepared to relocate or travel to complete some or all of your practicum experiences. Click here to view the current list of placement partners.

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  • Bachelor Program Application Process

    For details about the Bachelor program, including admission requirements, visit the Bachelor Program.

    The BScN program requires candidates to complete a two-step online application process. Please ensure you complete both steps of the application. Late and/or incomplete applications will not be considered.

    Important Dates for September 2016 Intake

    Step 1 Deadline: February 1, 2016 for OUAC 105 or Internal Application (Application is now available)

    Step 2 Deadline: February 15, 2016  for BLOOMBERG NURSING Supplementary Application (Supplementary application will be opened on November 1, 2015).


    Step 1: OUAC 105 or Internal U of T application

    External Application: If you are new to the University of Toronto, please complete the
    Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) 105 Application Form.

    Internal Application: If you are currently registered, or have previously been registered at the University of Toronto, please complete the Internal Application. You are required to complete step one by February 1, 2016.


    Step 2: Supplementary Application

    Once you have completed Step 1:

    1. Log-in the BLOOMBERG NURSING PORTAL to submit your Supplementary Application including your personal statement, academic and work-related references, academic history and prerequisite course details.
    2. Submit official transcripts.
    3. Submit proof of English facility (if required).

    You are required to complete step two by February 15, 2016. 

  • Master of Nursing Program Application Process

    For details about the Master of Nursing program, including admission requirements, visit the Master of Nursing Program.

    Important Dates for September 2016 Intake

    Applications for the September 2016 intake will open on November 1st, 2015. We encourage applicants to apply by the early January 15th, 2016 deadline in order to be considered for admission and awards. We will continue to accept applications for admission until April 30th, 2016.


    School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Online Admissions Application

    Applicants to the Master of Nursing (MN) program must complete the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Online Admissions Application.


    Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing Entry Awards

    Applicants must complete BOTH the SGS Online Admissions and the Lawrence S. Bloomberg award applications by the January 15th deadline to be considered for admission and awards.


    Admission Interview

    An interview with the Admissions Committee may be required. Should this be the case, we will contact you by email to arrange an in-person interview or, if this is not possible, an interview by telephone.

    Interviews may take place anytime from February through July.


    Master of Nursing Program

    The Master of Nursing program prepares advanced practice nurses to be professional leaders in their chosen advanced practice field. The objectives for the program are to prepare graduates who:

    • Demonstrate translational expertise using evidence from nursing research, related academic and clinical disciplines and professional institutions as a basis for advanced nursing practice (administration and leadership)
    • Participate in research activities and undertake practice projects consistent with their professional preparation
    • Demonstrate the ability to continually assess and acquire new skills to manage health issues in individuals, defined populations and care systems, and evaluate the effectiveness of these advanced nursing practices
    • Mentor others effectively in professional settings
    • Are well informed and deeply committed to standards of ethical practice
    • Demonstrate through completion of courses and related scholarly papers and projects, knowledge about theoretical foundations, professional structures, standards, and practices relevant to their identified field of nursing administration
    • Develop and utilize leadership strategies from experience and academic learning, to foster improvement of health and health care at the individual, system, organizational and community level.

    There are 3 fields of study in the Master of Nursing program and students can only enroll in one of the fields of study:

    The MN program is designed to provide students with knowledge, skills and competencies required for advanced practice nurses. The program provides opportunities to effectively implement a broad range of theoretical and research evidence in practice, a learning environment that reflects this research-intensive university, and an education that is responsive to a breadth of ideas and the complexities of caring for highly diverse populations within a variety of settings.

    The program combines development of scholarly knowledge and professional expertise. Students are engaged in course work, seminars, simulation (Nurse Practitioner field of study), online learning, and advanced nursing practice. MN students must enroll on a full-time basis.

    The MN program is normally completed in two years over six consecutive semesters. The learning format for each field of study is unique. The Clinical Nursing field of study program is offered on campus and in-class only.

    The Nurse Practitioner field is offered primarily online but requires some on-campus residency periods. The Health Systems Leadership and Administration field is also offered primarily online but requires some on-campus residency periods.

    To learn more,  view a recorded webinar on our graduate programs.

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  • Post-Master Nurse Practitioner Diploma Application Process

    For details about the Post-Master Nurse Practitioner Diploma, including admission requirements, visit the Post Master Nurse Practitioner Diploma Program.

    Visit Admission Resources for more information on how to complete the SGS application, submit official transcripts and proof of English facility.

    Important Dates (For September 2016)

    Application for September 2016 intake will be open on November 1st, 2015 and will be accepted until March 30th, 2016


    School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Online Admissions Application

    Applicants to the Post-Master NP program must complete the must complete the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Online Admissions Application.


    Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing Entry Awards

    Applicants to the Master of Nursing (MN) and Post Master’s programs, who complete the SGS online application by January 15, 2015, are eligible to apply for Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing entry awards. To be considered for this award, applicants must complete both the SGS Online Admissions Form and the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Award Application by January 15, 2016.


    Admission Interview

    An interview with the Admissions Committee may be required. Should this be the case, we will contact you by email to arrange an in-person interview or, if this is not possible, an interview by telephone. Interviews may take place anytime from February through July.

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  • Collaborative Program Application Process

    For details about the Collaborative program, including admission requirements, visit the Collaborative Program.

    Visit Admission Resources for more information on how to complete the SGS application, submit official transcripts and proof of English facility.


    Applying to a Collaborative Program

    Before applying to a collaborative program, applicants must first apply to a graduate degree program at the Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing (MN or PhD). Applicants will have the opportunity to indicate in their application if they are interested in a particular collaborative program.

    After admission to a graduate degree program, students should follow up with Student Services at the Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing to proceed with an application to the collaborative program of choice. The Bloomberg Faculty will provide the collaborative program office with access to your admission application. You should also visit the website of the collaborative program that you are applying to (see the current SGS calendar and search by Graduate Unit for links). They may have additional application requirements and you may be asked to submit additional documents directly to their office.

  • Doctoral Program Application Process

    For details about the Doctoral program, including admission requirements, visit the Doctoral Program.

    As your first step, please email connect.nursing@utoronto.ca for information on the PhD program and the application process including identifying a supervisor.

    Visit Admission Resources for more information on how to complete the SGS application, submit official transcripts and proof of English facility.

    Important Dates for September 2016 Intake

    Applications for the September 2016 intake will open on November 1st, 2015. We encourage applicants to apply by the early January 15th, 2016 deadline in order to be considered for admission and awards. We will continue to accept application for admission only until April 30th, 2016.

    PhD Program Information Session: View PhD Information Session


    School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Online Admissions Application

    Applicants to the Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (PhD) program must complete the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Online Admissions Application.


    Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing Entry Awards

    All applicants to the PhD program — irrespective of eligibility for funding, employment or financial status — must complete an online entry award application as part of the admission application process. Applicants must complete BOTH the SGS Online Admissions and the Lawrence S. Bloomberg award applications by the deadline to be considered for admission.


    Admission Interview

    An interview with the Admissions Committee may be required. Should this be the case, we will contact you by email to arrange an in-person interview or, if this is not possible, an interview by telephone.

    Interviews may take place anytime from February through July.

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