How to Apply
Application process for 2022-23 Season
Thanks for your interest in the Urology Residency Program at UVA.
Please note that due to COVID-19, we will not have any in person interviews. All interviews this year will be video based.
UVA Urology will be participating in Preference Signaling with the AUA/SAU. For more information, you can visit the SAU’s webpage
Supplemental Essay - Please Read!
We will be accepting an optional, supplemental short essay to this year’s application that may help us get to know you better. In 150 words or less, you may submit any additional information on why UVA is a great fit for you, what specific talents you would bring to the UVA program, or any other aspects of being at UVA that would enhance your urologic education.
You can submit your supplemental essays by emailing Meghan Rover at MIR9W@Virginia.edu. Submission are due by September 28th, 2022
For information on UVA events this Match season
- Tuesday, August 23rd, 2022 – Residents Open House
- Monday, August 29th, 2022 – Program Directors Open House
- Tuesday, December 6, 2022 – UVA Interview Day #1
- Friday, December 9, 2022 – UVA Interview Day #2
We welcome applications from candidates from various backgrounds, consistent with our core values of diversity and inclusiveness. We consider every candidate on the applicant’s individual merits. Outstanding International Medical Graduate candidates will be considered. We have de-emphasized USMLE scores over the past 3 years, and we do not use any cut-off score to consider an applicant. We are looking for candidates who are a good-fit for our program based on: grades, letters of recommendation, research and scholarly activity, leadership, extracurricular activities, and unique qualities/skills. We try to balance our interview pool to ensure a diverse pool of applicants.
Applications are reviewed by a committee of faculty and residents. We offer 32 interview slots to be conducted over the dates offered above.
During the interviews, applicants are evaluated by each interviewer using a standardized template assessing the following criteria:
- Academic performance including grades, Dean’s Letter, awards, AOA, and class rank (if available)
- Letters of recommendation
- Interview and interpersonal skills
- Research and Scholarly activity
- Extracurricular activities and accomplishments
- Personal statement
- USMLE scores
Thank you for your interest in our program. For further information contact our Residency Program Coordinator, Meghan Rover at firstname.lastname@example.org