The program start dates and application deadlines are as follows
Summer (mid-June / early-July) and Winter (mid-December / early-January)
|September 15|| ||Application, Academic Course Plan, Processing Fee, Transcripts|
|October 1|| ||Recommendation Forms/Letters|
|November 10|| ||Interview|
The Beaumont School of Medical Laboratory Science participates in the Medical Technology Internship Matching Program of Michigan (MTIMPM). We will accept the MTIMPM application and reference forms.
- Beaumont program typically receives 60 applications each year for the 16 annual student positions
- refer to the MTIMPM Statistics page for additional detail on applicant placement
The following application materials must be compiled by the applicant:
IMPORTANT: It is recommended you submit the completed application one
to two months prior to the deadline to guarantee your preferred
- interviews are conducted Monday through Friday from August 15
through November 15 in the year prior to the start of the clinical
program summer and winter sessions
- email communications will be sent to applicants with updates on their application status and approval for interview
- if you have not heard anything within 1 week of sending all required application materials, send an email to the program director using "Interview Status" as the subject line
- after the interview, the student must complete and submit their
MTIMPM Preference List and Fee to the MTIMPM Administrator (or their university advisor)
- This must be postmarked no later than November 20
- clinical programs must submit their preference list to MTIMPM by the first Friday in December
- the MTIMPM computer match will run during the first two weeks of December
- applicants will be informed of their admission status (match outcome) between December 15 and December 31 via email from the program director of th ematched clinical program
Program match and policy handbook
Acceptance into the School of Medical Laboratory Science program is dependent upon the outcome of the MTIMPM match. The clinical program will determine a student’s match ranking based upon many factors including the student's academic grades, letters of recommendation, statement of career goals, academic, work and volunteer experiences, interview, and assessment by the Admissions Committee of a candidate's potential ability to meet the above mentioned Essential Functions and program requirements.
A student policy handbook, including student grievance policy and appeals, will be provided upon acceptance to the program and upon request after the interview.
Refer to the Program Admission section for additional criteria that must be met upon successful match with the program.