Application Process

The Dalhousie College of Pharmacy residency programs participates in the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists' Pharmacy Residency Application Matching Service (PRAMS). For full application details and deadlines please visit

How to Request a Dalhousie University Transcript for Residency Program Applications

Official Transcripts for the College of Pharmacy, Dalhousie University, only contain Pass/Fail grades.  All Dalhousie pharmacy students and alumni must request their alpha/numeric grades to accompany the Pass/Fail transcript when applying for any Canadian Pharmacy Residency Program.

Follow the steps below to request an Official Transcript containing your alpha/numeric grades:

1. Email with your full name and Banner Number and request a copy of your alpha/numeric grades to be sent to the Registrar’s Office.

2. Then request your official Dalhousie University transcript (Pass/Fail) from the Registrar’s Office by going to and log on through your Dal Online account (go to Web for Students and Select Student Records).

Please Note: When uploading your university transcript to PRAMS you must upload both your Official Transcript containing Pass/Fail and your alpha/numeric grades.

After You Have Applied

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Virtual Interviews

All interviews will be conducted virtually for all sites: IWK Health Centre, Horizon Health Network (Moncton & Saint John), and the Nova Scotia Health Central Zone. The site will contact you directly if you are selected for an interview.


Accepted applicants to a Hospital Pharmacy Residency Program (Nova Scotia Health Central Zone, Horizon Health Network, IWK Health Centre) affiliated with Dalhousie College of Pharmacy will be required to register in the Post-Graduate Pharmacy Program and pay tuition

Applicants who are successful in obtaining a residency position must submit an official transcript upon acceptance.

Please visit the following link for more details:

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Type of Program: Graduate

Program Course of Study: Pharmacy-Post Graduate (PGP)