The Baylor College of Medicine Scott Department of Urology Residency Program takes part in the Urology Match sponsored by the American Urological Association (AUA) and Society of Academic Urologists (SAU).
Specific details about the schedule can be found on the SAU Match page.
Urology will continue the use of Preference Signals: AUA will contact you for the process and Preference Signals are due Sept. 16.
Baylor Urology supports the SAU’s recommendations not to send a Preference Signal to your home program or a site where you did an visiting elective.
The SAU’s webinar from July 26 goes into good details about the 2022-2023 Match process.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their application by Sept. 28 (Residency Programs gain access to applications on this date).
Applicants must register with the AUA and submit their applications in ERAS.
- ERAS timeline
- Curriculum Vitae
- Medical School Transcript
- Dean's Letter (MSPE)
- 2-4 Letters of Recommendation
- Personal Statement
- Professional Photo
- USMLE Transcript
Virtual Open House
We enjoyed speaking with many 2023 Match applicants on Aug. 15, 2022
You can watch the video of the Program Overview.
|2023 Urology Residency Match Program Schedule|
|June 23, 2022||Urology registration opens for programs and applicants|
|Sept. 1, 2022||Applicants signaling opens|
|Sept. 16, 2022||Applicants Deadline to submit signals|
|Sept. 28, 2022||Applicants signals sent to programs|
|Oct. 21, 2022||All programs offer interview|
|Oct. 24, 2022||All applicants accept or reject interview offers|
|Oct. 25, 2022||"Flush Day" Students may release previously accepted interview slots in favor of any invitations offered to them off a waitlist.|
|Nov. 22, 2022||Urology preference list phase begins for programs and applicants|
|Dec. 29, 2022||Registration deadline|
|Jan. 10, 2023||Urology preference list deadline (program and applicants) and interview deadline|
|Feb. 2, 2023||Urology match results announced - emails sent and results posted|
Away Rotation at Baylor College of Medicine
We offer a one-month clinical elective for visiting students (Sub-I) which is available to fourth-year medical students enrolled and in good standing at any U.S. medical school during the summer months (June-October). This allows you an in-depth look into our comprehensive training program. In addition, it gives us the opportunity to more accurately evaluate you in the selection process.
Students who are interested in participating as a visiting sub-I should submit applications through the AAMC Visiting Student Application Service (VSAS). Please review Baylor College of Medicine's Institution Overview on VSAS for important information. Applicants are encouraged to include as much detail as possible regarding their educational achievements (e.g., USMLE scores, CV, clerkship grades, personal statement, etc.). Please note that our sub-internship is classified under the MEURL-501 elective in VSAS. We also offer a four-week research elective, it is classified under MEURL-401.
- All students (BCM and visiting) MUST follow the BCM rotation calendar. Students should only apply to blocks for which they know that they will be able to attend the full rotation according to the BCM’s Academic Calendar. No exceptions.
- Visiting medical students should not contact the department/elective coordinator regarding VSAS applications or clinical electives. All inquiries should be directed toward the Office of the Registrar.
- All visiting medical students are required to attend Visiting Student Orientation on the first day of the clinical elective rotation. No exceptions. This orientation begins promptly at 9 a.m.