Mayo Medical School has a four-year campus in Minnesota, a third- and fourth-year campus in Florida, and a four-year campus opening in Arizona in 2017. See an overview of our campuses.
Mayo Medical School students acquire experiences across a spectrum of patient populations in multiple practice settings. Learn more about what sets us apart.
Mayo Medical School is the first in the nation to integrate a science of health care delivery certificate program with Arizona State University (ASU) into medical degree training. Find out more.
Mayo Medical School's 13-1 faculty-to-student ratio means you receive highly individualized instruction from Mayo's distinguished physicians, scientists, educators and allied professionals. Read more.
Mayo Medical School is one of the 11 top medical schools in the nation chosen to lead the national transformation of medical training through the American Medical Association's Accelerating Change in Medical Education initiative. Learn more about how we're redefining medical education.
As a Mayo Medical School student, you not only receive training in the latest discoveries in medical science and physician leadership but also learn how to develop innovative solutions to improve patient care. Find out more about our dynamic, personalized learning environment.
The M.D. program at Mayo Medical School accepts 46 students each year out of more than 4,500 applicants.
Enrollment will expand by 50 additional students in 2017 when the branch campus in Arizona opens.
Up to eight students a year can spend their entire third and fourth years at a branch campus in Florida.
The exclusive small class size and high faculty-to-student ratio creates an extraordinary learning experience.
You have the unprecedented opportunity to learn from world-renowned Mayo Clinic physician and scientist faculty members who are passionate about your education and supporting your lifelong success.
In 2015, Mayo Medical School was recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the 10 most affordable private medical schools in the country.
Mayo Medical School's financial aid program makes obtaining the finest medical education affordable for qualified candidates.
2014-2015 tuition for M.D. students is $47,470.
Mayo Medical School's bold new advances in medical education and its personalized learning environment set you and your education apart from any other medical student in the nation — you earn a certificate in the science of health care delivery along with your medical degree.
With Mayo Medical School campuses in Minnesota and Florida; a 2017 campus opening in Arizona; Mayo Clinic Health System sites in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Georgia; and learning ventures with health care organizations near all our campuses, you gain educational experiences across a broad spectrum of patient populations in multiple practice settings.
Selectives are a unique feature of the Mayo Medical School curriculum. You have designated weeks to explore a self-directed approach to early medical or scientific learning experiences beyond your curriculum.
A state-of-the-art Mayo Medical School branch campus in Arizona will open to 50 additional students in 2017. Learn more about our campuses.
Train in a world-class setting — Mayo Clinic is ranked No. 1 in more specialties than any other hospital in the nation on the 2015-2016 U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals list.
Help set a new world standard in care by supporting the next generation of health care experts.