Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

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Webinars and Information Sessions

Learn more about our undergraduate and graduate programs by participating in a webinar or information session.

Coming Up: Doctoral Programs Information Session – November 15, 2022

Coming Up: Graduate Programs Information Session – November 16, 2022

Coming Up: BScN Program Information Session – November 17, 2022

How to Apply

For details about all Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing programs and program requirements, please visit Programs.

We accept applications for the undergraduate program (BScN) and graduate programs (Master’s, Graduate diplomas, collaborative programs, PhD and DN) each year during our application period starting November 1.

Applicants to the BScN program or Master of Nursing (MN) program, or Post-Master Nurse Practitioner (PMNP) Diploma who identify as First Nations (status, non-status, treaty or non-treaty), Métis and Inuit are eligible to submit an application through our BScN Indigenous Priority Pathway or MN and PMNP Indigenous Priority Pathway.

Don’t forget to apply for eligible Admission Awards.

Certain programs, like the Masters in Nursing, implement early deadlines. Early application by Jan. 15 deadline is recommended for consideration for awards and to ensure your application has been considered by the time TA positions are posted in early May.

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 Program Practicum Requirements.

Students may only complete practicums within Ontario and within organizations with which we have formal student placement or affiliation agreements. Please note that our placement and affiliation agreements are primarily in the Greater Toronto Area. If you are located outside of the Greater Toronto Area, please note that student placements may not be possible close to where you live. As the availability of placements and preceptors within an organization will vary for any given term, there may be situations in which students must be prepared to relocate or travel to complete some or all of their practicum experiences at their own expense.


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