UF Urology 2017 Resident Interview Dates: October 20th – 21st & November 3rd – 4th

Thank you for your interest in the Urology Residency Program at the
University of Florida!

We are excited to be considered as part of your graduate medical training!

The Urology Residency Program considers every application. Our Program Director and our Urology Residency Review Committee, comprised of department faculty members, review all applications individually. Residents are selected based on their academic achievement, personal qualities and ability to excel in the rigors of surgical education.

For the most part, only those most qualified applicants from LCME schools that faculty consider as providing a superior undergraduate medical education will be interviewed.

Resident candidates submit their applications to the department through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). Please ensure that your application is complete, when submitting. In order for your application to be considered complete we require a medical school transcript, USMLE scores (no failures please), three letters of recommendation from Urology mentors or other faculty who have worked closely with you during clinical clerkships or electives, or in laboratory research, as well as your personal statement.

Interview dates for 2017:
Friday, October 20 – Saturday, October 21
Friday, November 3 – Saturday, November 4

We offer 2 interview dates and interview approximately 45-50 applicants for 3 available Urology positions per year. We receive applications from many well-qualified applicants, making it impossible to interview all who apply. Because of this we ask that, should you be offered an interview, you respond with your acceptance or denial as soon as possible. This will allow the offer to be made to another applicant.

The interview process includes an overview of the department and the residency program followed by an evening reception where applicants will be able to speak freely with faculty and residents.

The evening overview and reception begin at 5pm. Afterwards, the residents host the applicants at a downtown restaurant for a continued evening of relaxation and information.

The next morning, applicants gather at 6:45am for breakfast.  Interviews begin at 7:30am.  Lunch will be provided as the day typically ends by 2pm.

For more information, please contact Stephanie Stenner at 352-273-8634 or Stephanie.Stenner@urology.ufl.edu.

Best wishes as you begin your residency search.
We hope to hear from you!






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