RESOURCES FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS
Join Our Mailing List: 

Send an email to bmgadmin@umanitoba.ca with the subject line “Join GCP Mailing List“ to learn about local events, such as our Open House, which occurs each November.

Get Tips from Professional Organizations:

Association of Genetic Counseling Program Directors (https://agcpd.org/ProspectiveStudents )

Canadian Association of Genetic Counsellors (https://www.cagc-accg.ca/?page=319)

National Society of Genetic Counselors (https://www.nsgc.org/page/becomeageneticcounselor)

Hear From Successful Applicants:

Canadian MSc GC students answer FAQs (https://www.cagc-accg.ca/?page=314)

Current MSc GC students in Canada and USA contributed to this blog post (https://www.mygenecounsel.com/advice-for-the-genetic-counseling-grad-school-application-process/)

Genetic Counselling Book List: 

Some applicants find it helpful to read fiction and non-fiction books to better understand the patient and family experience and inform their approach to genetic counselling. This list is provided to our incoming students for lighter reading about genetics after program admission.