Master of Science in Rehabilitation Science: applicants must have a second-class standing (B+) in a degree equivalent to an honours undergraduate degree in Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, life sciences, kinesiology, engineering, psychology, or a related field.
Doctorate in Rehabilitation Science: applicants must have successfully completed a research Master's degree in a field related to Rehabilitation Science. Applications from students who have graduated from an accredited master's level program in Physical or Occupational Therapy will be considered.
Applicants who are uncertain whether their academic preparation is suitable to meet eligibility requirements for enrollment into the Rehabilitation Science program, should contact the Associate Director in Rehabilitation Science for discussion regarding their background.
At the time of application, official transcripts for all current and previous universities attended can be uploaded to the School of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs (SGSPA) online application site.
Note: If you receive and accept an offer of admission to the program, we will require you to make arrangements for us to receive an official hard copy transcript that shows that the degree has been granted and the date of graduation, for each degree completed, from the university’s Registrar’s Office (or equivalent).
The transcripts should be mailed directly from the issuing institution to the School of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs (SGSPA), Queen’s University, Gordon Hall Room 425, 74 Union Street, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, K7L 3N6.
Two (2) letters of recommendation are required from professors under whom the applicant has studied.
Your referees will be contacted by the School of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs via email, and asked to provide their reference using an online reference form. The referees listed will NOT be contacted until your application has been successfully submitted and the application fee has been received.
Applicants are required to list any skills and abilities that you feel are relevant to your area of study. Applicants can also provide employment information in order of relevance to your area of study.
The statement of interest should outline career goals, how a graduate degree in Rehabilitation Science will help you achieve those goals, and your general area of research interest. If an applicant has reached out to a faculty member in the school for potential supervision, this information should be included.
Satisfactory results in an accepted English language proficiency test must be confirmed as part of the application process. The list of accepted tests of English language proficiency and the minimum score(s) required for admission into graduate programs can be found on the Queen's School of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs web site.