Mock Interviews for 2022 MSc ehealth (McMaster) and MHI (University of Toronto) entry is closed. Good luck to all interviewees!
I'm a graduate of the MSc ehealth program at McMaster University currently working full-time in the Canadian healthcare system. During my MSc ehealth studies, I was offered full scholarship and NSERC CGS-M scholarship. I have a track record of success in difficult digital health interviews/presentations - for example, I scored my 8-month MSc ehealth internship at eHealth Ontario, one of the most competitive internships (with a very difficult interview) available in my cohort. Outside of my MSc ehealth classes, I co-founded an award-winning health analytics company that won first place at Hack the City and also first place at The [email protected] Student Startup Competition for $20k cash prize (with difficult multi-judge interviews and presentations). More info about me at mingli.ca
When I was applying to the graduate degree, I interviewed at and was accepted into both MSc ehealth at McMaster and MHI at University of Toronto.
About the Mock Interview
The interview is a compulsory part of the admissions process. To gain admissions, you must perform well on the interview. The skills required to perform great at a digital health graduate degree interview are different than the skills required to be a great digital health professional. In the past, I have seen highly qualified candidates rejected simply because they performed poorly on the admissions interview. I don't want this to be you. Using my experience in interviews and insight in the ehealth and health informatics field, I'm here to help you put your best self forward through the interview to the admissions committee.
The Mock Interviews are 1-hour long - 40 min is allocated to interview and 20 min for feedback. If you have an MHI presentation, you can present that within the 40 min allocated to interview.