Applications are accepted after August 1 of each year. All application materials should be received by November 15; materials received after that date may not be considered. Our receipt of the medical school transcript and all other application materials, with the exception of the Dean's letter, by October 1 may facilitate early screening of your application for interview. We also ask that applicants consider adding a paragraph to the end of their personal statement detailing their interest in our specific program - this is not mandatory, but may assist us in gauging applicant interest if the pool is large.
A personal interview is required and is granted at the discretion of the Program Director and/or Resident Selection Committee. Applicants for a PGY-2 position will be considered for interview after a completed application is received. If an interview is to be offered, the applicant will be contacted by the Residency Program Director's office.
The Department of Radiology and Imaging will only sponsor J1 visas for all of our ACGME accredited programs. No special considerations will be made for H1B visas for any applicant.
Programs must provide to applicants all institutional and program policies regarding eligibility for appointment to a residency training position including but not limited to:
These are set requirements, no exceptions will be considered.
All Residency positions are selected through NRMPNational Resident Matching Program. The MCGMedical College of Georgia/AU Augusta UniversityRadiology NRMP numbers for Match participation are: