What is the post-match process?

If an applicant didn’t match in the current cycle’s previous iterations, they could participate in the post-match process (PMP).

This process allows unmatched applicants to apply to programs that are still considering applications. Please note that programs are not obligated to participate in this process. Available positions, which will be listed in the post-match process program descriptions, can be added or removed at any time. All available positions will be the same stream as in second iteration. There is no cost for the post-match process as no ranking or matching services are provided.

To participate to PMP, applicants must have participated in either first or second iteration.  However, if their only participation became withdrawn, then they will not be able to participate.

Currently, a PMP is only offered to programs in the R-1 and FM/ES matches.


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