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Canadian Statistics - 2017 - Combined

2017 APPIC Match - Combined Phase I and Phase II
Statistics for Applicants from Canadian Schools and Programs in Canada

March 20, 2017


NOTE: APPIC and NMS have made some changes to how information is presented in this report. For example, in previous years, programs and positions that submitted no ranks in Phase II were grouped with those that withdrew, whereas this year they are grouped with other available positions. These changes were made in order to better reflect the shifting imbalance between applicants and positions.


APPLICANTS FROM CANADIAN SCHOOLS


PARTICIPATION - COMBINED PHASE I/II
Applicants Registered in the Match
193
Applicants Who Withdrew or Did Not Submit Ranks
23
Applicants Who Submitted Ranks in the Match
170


MATCH RESULTS - COMBINED PHASE I/II
Applicants Matched
161
(95%)
To Canadian Programs = 145 (90%)


To U.S. Programs = 16 (10%)


Unmatched Applicants
9
(5%)


INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS IN CANADA


PARTICIPATION - COMBINED PHASE I/II
Training Sites Available in the Match
41
Programs Available in the Match
75
Positions Available in the Match
165

NOTE: A training site can offer more than one "program" in the Match. Each "program" was identified in the Match by a separate 6-digit code number.


MATCH RESULTS - PROGRAMS - COMBINED PHASE I/II
Filled in Either Phase I or Phase II
69
(95%)
Remaining Unfilled in Phase II
4
(5%)

NOTE: One of the programs that remained unfilled submitted either no ranks or fewer ranks than the number of positions available in Phase II.


MATCH RESULTS - POSITIONS - COMBINED PHASE I/II
Filled in Either Phase I or Phase II
158
(97%)
Remaining Unfilled in Phase II
5
(3%)

NOTE: No ranks were submitted for one of the positions that remained unfilled in Phase II.


POSITIONS FILLED - COMBINED PHASE I/II
Positions Filled by Applicants from Canadian Schools
145
(92%)
Positions Filled by Applicants from non-Canadian Schools
13
(8%)



Report Prepared by Greg Keilin, Ph.D.
and National Matching Services, Inc.
March 20, 2017