The Baylor College of Medicine Scott Department of Urology Residency Program takes part in the American Urologic Association (AUA) Match Process. Applicants apply in the fall of their fourth year. Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their application by Oct. 21 (Residency Programs gain access to applications on this date).
- Electronic Residency Application (ERAS)
- Curriculum Vitae
- Medical School Transcript
- Dean's Letter (MSPE)
- 2-4 Letters of Recommendation
- Personal Statement
- Professional Photo
- USMLE Transcript
|June 8, 2020||ERAS opens. Applicants may register for MyERAS and can begin working on their application.|
|Sept. 1, 2020||Applicants may begin submitting applications to residency programs|
|Oct. 21, 2020||
Residency Programs will gain access to applications.
MSPEs will be released on this date to programs as well.
|Nov. 6, 2020||Interview Invites Sent|
|Mid November -December 2020||
Virtual Interviews Offered
|Jan. 12, 2021||Urology Preference Lists Deadline|
|Feb. 1, 2021||
AUA match Results are available
Away Rotation at Baylor College of Medicine
(Due to our institution’s policy on away rotations during the COVID-19 pandemic, we will not be allowed to offer in-person away rotations. We are working with our institution to offer a virtual away experience and Townhalls. Please stay tuned for upcoming announcements regarding these!)
We offer a one-month clinical elective for visiting students (Sub-I) which is available to fourth-year medical students enrolled and in good standing at any U.S. medical school during the summer months (June-October). This allows you an in-depth look into our comprehensive training program. In addition, it gives us the opportunity to more accurately evaluate you in the selection process.
Students who are interested in participating as a visiting sub-I should submit applications through the AAMC Visiting Student Application Service (VSAS). Please review Baylor College of Medicine's Institution Overview on VSAS for important information. Applicants are encouraged to include as much detail as possible regarding their educational achievements (e.g., USMLE scores, CV, clerkship grades, personal statement, etc.). Please note that our sub-internship is classified under the MEURL-501 elective in VSAS. We also offer a four-week research elective, it is classified under MEURL-401.
- All students (BCM and visiting) MUST follow the BCM rotation calendar. Students should only apply to blocks for which they know that they will be able to attend the full rotation according to the BCM’s Academic Calendar. No exceptions.
- Visiting medical students should not contact the department/elective coordinator regarding VSAS applications or clinical electives. All inquiries should be directed toward the Office of the Registrar.
- All visiting medical students are required to attend Visiting Student Orientation on the first day of the clinical elective rotation. No exceptions. This orientation begins promptly at 9 a.m.