From the first week, Mayo Medical School students work alongside Mayo physicians in the clinical setting. Immediate immersion with Mayo Clinic's 1,165,000 annual patients is a hallmark of the curriculum.
Mayo Medical School's 13-1 faculty-to-student ratio means highly individualized instruction and supervision. Faculty include Mayo physicians, scientists, educators and allied health professionals.
Mayo Medical School's curriculum is organized into blocks. Students study one topic at a time for three to seven weeks through didactic sessions, clinical experiences and time in Mayo's simulation center.
Among Mayo Medical School students, 98 percent match with a top residency choice, and 80 percent — more than twice the national average — publish research manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals.
As a Mayo Medical School student, you learn from world experts and hone your skills at one of the world's largest, most respected medical centers. Find out more.
The M.D. program at Mayo Medical School accepts 46 students each year out of more than 4,500 applicants.
Mayo Clinic's physician faculty members are passionate about teaching, educating a new generation of health care leaders and supporting the lifelong success of their students.
Mayo Medical School's financial aid program makes obtaining the finest medical education affordable for all qualified candidates. 2014-2015 tuition for M.D. students is $47,470.
Mayo Medical School students have diverse backgrounds and come from around the country and world. Each has a unique story to tell.
The Mayo Medical School curriculum integrates labs and lectures with active, experiential learning to prepare students for the complex challenges of 21st-century medicine. The curriculum is organized into a series of blocks, separated by short, self-directed selectives.
Selectives, a unique feature of the Mayo Medical School curriculum, are dedicated one- to two-week periods between subject blocks. They are student-directed and allow for career exploration or specialty enrichment experiences, such as time in a research lab or community service.
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