University of Kansas Institutional Policy for Residency Eligibility
(These are the institutional policies regarding eligibility
for appointment to a residency position in our program.)
Candidates must have completed Medical School or be in the
last year of Medical School from an accredited program.
Candidates must have a broad-based preliminary or categorical
year from an accepted and accredited program in the United
States or Canada.
The University of Kansas Medical Center accepts only the
following individuals into its medical residency programs:
Lawful permanent residents of the U.S.
Certain categories of work-eligible alien physicians
(listed below) An “alien physician” is a foreign national
who has graduated from any medical school, even a U.S. school.
A “foreign national” is neither a citizen
nor a lawful permanent resident of the U.S.
Our residency program accepts only the following categories
of alien physicians:
individuals with ECFMG-sponsored J-1 visas
refugees with CIS work authorization
individuals in adjustment of status with CIS work
Candidates must have had at least one rotation in Radiation
Oncology, but preferably two, in an accredited training program.
Candidates need at least one but preferably two letters of
recommendation from a Radiation Oncologist, preferably, from
staff associated with a training program.
Applications will only be accepted through ERAS and must
be received within their stated deadlines.