light Posted October 24, 2006 Report Share Posted October 24, 2006 Hello. I'm an IMG, graduated in Russia and I'm immigrating to Canada soon. I have a 4-year working experience as a non-invasive cardiologist and I'd like to continue with my profession here. I realise, how hard it is to get into medicine as an IMG, so I'd like to hear your opinion on it. I definitely see two ways. The first, is to try to get into medical school and start all from the very beginning. I'll have a Canadian MD diploma and more chances to match with the desired speciality through CARMS in that case. The second is to go through an IMG programm, pass exams and "win" (it'll definetely be a prize:) one of the very few residency positions. I accept, that both of them are quite arduous, but which one seems more realistic and better to you? I appreciate all your advices on it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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