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University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health

Madison, WI
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The Basics
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Visiting And Contact Information

2130 Health Sciences Learning Center

750 Highland Ave

Madison, WI 53705

United States

Phone: 608-263-4925

Fax: 608-262-4226

Website

Admissions See more

Total Med School Enrollment:
676
Acceptance Rate:
7%

Incoming Class profile

Average GPA:
3.74
Average MCAT:
Physical
Science:
10.80

Biology:
10.90

Verbal:
10.00


ADMISSIONS DATES


Regular Deadline
November
1

Academics And Programs See more

Total Faculty
1,386
Degrees Offered
  • In addition to the MD program, the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health offers an MPH and numerous graduate degree programs in areas such as Biomolecular Chemistry, Genetic Counseling, Medical Physics, and Physiology. See our website for complete list. http://www.med.wisc.edu/graduate-phd-programs/education/graduate-programs/main/143
Licensing Steps Required for Graduation:

  • ✓ USMLE Step 1
  • ✓ USMLE Step 2
Teaching Techniques / Learning Experiences

  • Ambulatory Primary Care Clerkship
  • Case Based
  • Computer Assisted Learning
  • Independent Study
  • Interdisciplinary Courses
  • Labs
  • Small Groups
  • Standardized Patients
  • Traditional Learning

Student Body See more

Average Age of Entering Class
24
% Under-represented Minorities
12%
% Full-time Female
49%
% International

0%
In-State / Out-of-State:
In State
Out of State

Tuition & Aid See more

In-State Tuition and Fees:
$23,825

Students Receiving Some Form of Aid:
80.6%
Out-of-State Tuition and Fees:
$33,721

Average Amount of Total Aid Package to M.D. / D.O. Program Students:
$41,146

Campus Life & Facilities See more

% Wired Classrooms
100%
School-Supported Research Centers or Resources
  • The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health has the largest research commitment of any school or college on the UW-Madison campus, receiving more than $300 million in research support in fiscal 2011-12. Approximately 1,300 faculty members work in 26 departments and 27 centers and institutes, and have active research programs covering virtually every aspect of basic or clinical biomedical research. Internationally recognized centers include the Waisman Center, which is known for research in human development, developmental disabilities, and neurodegenerative diseases
  • as well as the UW Comprehensive Cancer Center and its associated McArdle Research Laboratory. The Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research houses recently built research towers which have been designed to allow researchers to work with scientists from other disciplines, speeding the transfer of science to the people who will benefit from it. The entire three-tower complex is expected to be complete by 2015.

Rankings And Lists

At A Glance

  • School Type:
    Public
  • AAMC Approved:
    Yes
  • Year Founded:
    1924
  • Application Fee:
    $56
  • Rolling Admissions Deadline:
    Yes
  • Religious Affiliation:
    0
  • Average MCAT Bio:
    10.90
  • Average MCAT Phys:
    10.80
  • Average MCAT Verbal:
    10.00
  • Average MCAT Essay:
    P
  • Average UGrad GPA:
    3.74
  • Application Deadline:
    11/01
  • Enrollment:
    676
  • In-State-Tuition:
    $23,825.00
  • Out-of-State Tuition:
    $33,721.00