Top 25 Graduate Medical Schools & Colleges - Programs Overview

Top 25 Graduate Medical Schools & Colleges - Programs Overview

  1. Harvard University: Located in Boston, MA, Harvard is a private institution. In the 2008-2009 school year, tuition for the graduate medical program was $42,500, and enrollment was 705 students.
  2. University of Pennsylvania: Located in Philadelphia, PA. The school is known for its graduate medical program, and offers tuition close to that of what Harvard costs.
  3. Johns Hopkins University: Johns Hopkins is one of the most well-known medical schools in the nation, and is located in Baltimore, Maryland. Enrollment is very exclusive and generally under 500 students.
  4. UCSF: The University of California- San Francisco has a considerably lower cost of tuition for students who are in-state and out-of-state, although enrollment is still exclusive.
  5. Washington University: This school, located in St. Louis, Missouri, is a private institution that has exclusive admissions policies, and tuition is right around $50,000 annually for the graduate medical program.
  6. Duke University: Located in Durham, NC. Duke is another of the better known medical schools in the country, and is a private university that has very exclusive admission. Tuition is just under $50,000.
  7. University of Michigan: Ann Arbor-based University of Michigan Medical School is a private university that has tuition discounts for residents of the state, while out of state costs are about $45,000 annually.
  8. University of Washington: The University of Washington is located in Seattle, WA. The school offers tuition at less than ½ the cost to residents of the state, while out-of state students pay about $50,000 annually.
  9. Yale University: Another well-known school, Yale is located in New Haven, Connecticut. The school is private, and has a very limited admissions rate, with less than 500 students in attendance.
  10. Columbia University: Located in New York City, Columbia University has a less exclusive admissions process than many medical schools, but still has tuition costs near $50,000 annually.
  11. Stanford University: Stanford is located in Stanford, California and is a private medical school. The university charges almost $50,000 annually for admission, and enrollment is less than 500 in the entire program.
  12. UCLA Geffen: The University of California- Los Angeles charges little for tuition to in-state residents and has very low tuition for out-of-state students, as well. Enrollment is less than 750.
  13. University of Chicago- Pritzker: This private institution is located in Chicago, IL and enrolls under 500 students in the entire program. The tuition is lower than most, and is around $40,000 annually.
  14. The University of Pittsburgh: Located in Pittsburgh, PA, this private institution features enrollment just over 500 students and tuition around $40,000 for out-of-state students with resident discounts on tuition.
  15. Vanderbilt University: Vanderbilt is located in Nashville, Tennessee. The program has average enrollment of 450 students and costs around $40,000 per year. Vanderbilt is a private school.
  16. Cornell University: Cornell's Weill Campus is the private institution for the study of medicine, which has tuition of around $45,000 and enrolls just over 400 students in the entire program.
  17. University of California- San Diego: UCSD is located in La Jolla, CA. Like other UC campuses, tuition is discounted for residents of the state and still affordable for out-of-state students.
  18. Mount Sinai School of Medicine: Another New York City medical school, with private admission that is very exclusive. This program enrolls less than 550 students total, and tuition costs around $40,000.
  19. Northwestern University: The Feinberg School at Northwestern University in Chicago is home to a great medical program, and is a private university. The enrollment in 2010 was at 700 students.
  20. Case Western Reserve University: Cleveland's CWRU has enrollment of fewer than 850 students, and is one of the top medical schools in the nation. Tuition is around $45,000 annually like many others.
  21. Emory University: Located in Atlanta, GA, Emory University is one of the best medical schools in the south. Enrollment was just over 500 in 2010, with tuition around $42,000 annually.
  22. University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill: UNC Chapel Hill offers discounted tuition to residents, while out-of-state students pay close to $40,000 annually. Enrollment in 2010 was 734.
  23. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center- Dallas: UTSMC, located in Dallas, Texas, offers a 50% discount on tuition to residents of the state, while others will pay $27,000 annually on average.
  24. Baylor College of Medicine: Located in Houston, TX, Baylor is a well-known medical school that is a private institution. Tuition is right around $20,000 annually for all students.
  25. University of Virginia: Located in Charlottesville, the University of Virginia is a high-caliber, exclusive admission school. Enrollment is just under 600, and there are tuition discounts for residents.
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