All U.S. students are required to obtain housing prior to their arrival in Miramar. Once you have submitted your seat deposit, you will be contacted with instructions on how to access our housing database. The site allows you to search through a large variety of housing types and price levels. You will also have the ability to search by specific criteria, view photos of the accommodations, learn details regarding location, transportation, rent and amenities. The Housing Database will be updated for each MERP session and students will be eligible to reserve housing three months prior to the start of the MERP Orientation date.
On-campus housing will be available to MERP-Toronto students at the Canadian College of Neuropathic Medicine (CCNM). Housing is limited and can be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. Students who do not secure on-campus housing are responsible for arranging their own accommodations. The Canadian College of Neuropathic Medicine housing database can be used to assist in searching for apartments.
The purpose of the Medical Education Readiness Program is to prepare prospective students to be successful as a medical student. Students accepted into this program are not being admitted into medical school, and will not be awarded any kind of degree or credential other than a certificate of completion. However, we believe that students who successfully complete the program will be prepared for the challenge of medical school.