The University of Utah's General Psychiatry Residency Program offers 13 PGY-1 positions, including one research track position, and three rural track positions. All positions are filled through the National Resident Matching Program and applications are accepted only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS)®, which transmits residency applications, letters of recommendation, Dean's Letters, transcripts, and other supporting credentials to residency program directors using the internet. Applications must be received by the Residency Training Office by December 8 of the year prior to the scheduled starting of PGY-1 year. We review each application individually, and encourage you to apply if you are interested in our program.
Required application materials to be submitted to ERAS include the following:
- ERAS online application form
- Personal statement (please limit to one page)
- Dean's letter
- Medical school transcript
- Three letters of recommendation
- Curriculum vitae
- USMLE score reports (Please remember that we must have results from USMLE step 1 and step 2 CS and CK before the rank deadline.) No more than two attempts for a passing score
- COMLEX transcript is accepted for osteopathic graduates
- ECFMG certificate, if applicable
International Medical Graduate Requirements
Applications will only be accepted through ERAS. International medical graduates should apply through the ECFMG office. See instructions at AAMC’s website or contact the ECFMG office for further information.
In general, most of the international medical graduates we interview meet the following requirements:
- Green card, J-1 Visa (not sponsored) or documentation of US citizenship
- Valid ECFMG certificate with Clinical Skills Assessment certification
- Evidence of a minimum of one year of clinical experience in the United States including two letters of recommendation from academic physicians with whom you have worked
Interviews are scheduled on Mondays from 8am until 4pm. Please plan your travel schedule to include dinner and socializing on Sunday evening with residents, followed by interviews with faculty and residents on Monday morning/afternoon, lunch with residents, then a tour of Salt Lake City neighborhoods and training sites.
The University of Utah School of Medicine does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, religion, color, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran's status.