Selection process goals are the specific skills and attributes of a successful applicant to your program. These skills and attributes should be assessed during your program’s selection process (either via file review or interview). Selection process goals must directly align with your program goals.
Example of selection process goals:
Applicants providing evidence of academic potential in the CaRMS application file will be considered first.
This includes academic achievement in the form of academic standing or awards, scholarship (e.g. research, publications, innovation), evidence of leadership capacity and experience (e.g. committee memberships), and/or teaching excellence.