About The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine
CCNM Admissions and Student Services Department
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Toronto consistently tops global lists as being one of the best places in the world to live. From arts, sports, nature trails, social scenes to street festivals, Toronto has something for everyone. The CCNM – Toronto Campus is located directly on the subway line (the subway stop is literally under our parking lot!). Famed Yonge Street with its eclectic mix of restaurants and shops is only three subway stops away. The Don River and Don River Trail are across the street from us allowing you to experience nature in the heart of the city, whether you are a jogger, biker or just want to take a walk. You can experience all of Toronto when you step out from the CCNM – Toronto Campus.
Degree: Doctor of Naturopathy
Academic requirements can be found at https://ccnm.edu/future-students/admissions/academic-requirements.
All required prerequisite science courses and minimum grade requirements can be found at https://ccnm.edu/future-students/prerequisite-science-courses.
Proficiency in the English language
CCNM’s curriculum is delivered in English; applicants must demonstrate sufficient English language fluency. If your postsecondary studies were completed in a language other than English, proof of English proficiency must be submitted. CCNM’s minimum requirements are:
- TOEFL iBT: minimum 86 out of 120 (CCNM TOEFL DI Code: 0245)
- IELTS (academic): minimum overall band score of 6.5 or higher (on a 9 point scale)
- ILAC level PW (University Pathway) 3.3 (must achieve minimum cumulative grade point average or minimum letter grade equivalent to 75%)
The decision to admit an applicant is based primarily on the applicant’s undergraduate grade point average (minimum 2.7 on a 4.0 point scale, average is between 3.0 and 3.3) and admissions interview. In addition, the applicant will be assessed on: personal statement, resume and references. Learn more at CCNM’s How We Decide.
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Intensive four-year program that includes more than 1,200 hours of clinical experience and involves more than 3,000 hours of classroom training.
Our program covers three major areas of study: biomedical sciences, clinical sciences and naturopathic therapeutics.