Internal Medicine Residency Interns 2021
Internal Medicine Residency Interns 2021


We accept applications for the following programs: Categorical Internal Medicine Residency, Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency, and Ophtho/Preliminary Internal Medicine Residency.
The application deadline is November 30.

Applications to the Boston University Internal Medicine Residency Program for a first year position (internship) will only be accepted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS), administered by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).

Additionally, we do not accept any essays or recommendation letters outside of the ERAS process.

  • If you are graduating or have graduated from a U.S. Medical School, you must contact your medical school’s student affairs office or other designated dean’s office. Your dean’s office will provide you with the information and the software for ERAS. The ERAS Web Site can be located at
  • If you are a Canadian Medical Student, please contact the Canadian Resident Matching Service, 151 Slater Street, Suite 802, Ottawa, Ontario, K1P-5H3 Canada, or call (613) 237-0075 for ERAS processing information.
  • If you are a graduate of a foreign medical school interested in applying to this program you must contact the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) for application materials and eligibility requirement. Write to : ECFMG-ERAS Program, P.O. box 13467, Philadelphia, PA 19104-3467, U.S.A., or point your Web browser to:

Below are the NRMP match codes for our training programs:

  • Categorical Track: 1257140C0
  • Ophtho/Preliminary Track: 1257140P0
  • Primary Care Track: 1257140M0
  • ABIM Research Track: 1257140C1

2022 ERAS Supplemental Application
For the 2022 ERAS® cycle, our program will strongly encourage all applicants to complete a supplemental ERAS application, offered through the AAMC’s ERAS program. Applicants also will be required to complete the MyERAS application. The additional information collected will help our program staff learn more about applicants’ medical education journey, including more meaningful information about work, volunteer, and research experiences, and will help us better identify applicants who fit our program environment and mission.