Education at Mayo Clinic
Mayo Clinic supports five schools, which together with Mayo's extensive research programs comprise Mayo Clinic College of Medicine.
Programs range from allied health sciences education, through undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate medical and scientific education, to continuing medical education.
More than 2,500 medical, research and health sciences students, residents and fellows annually participate in Mayo Clinic College of Medicine education programs.
Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education
Residency and fellowship programs
The oldest of Mayo's five schools, Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education has trained more than 18,000 alumni in virtually all medical specialties since 1915.
Residents and fellows: 1,563
Current Alumni: 19,000
Mayo Graduate School
Ph.D., M.D.-Ph.D. and master's degrees in biomedical sciences
Mayo Graduate School has granted more than 400 graduate degrees in eight scientific disciplines since 1917.
Predoctoral students and other students: 265
Mayo Medical School
M.D., M.D.-Ph.D. and M.D.-O.M.S. programs
Mayo Medical School has trained and graduated more than 1,000 students since 1972.
Medical students and other special student catergories: 186
Mayo School of Health Sciences
Twenty-seven allied health sciences career professions
Established in 1973, Mayo School of Health Sciences offers more than 60 programs in 30 allied health sciences professions.
Health sciences students enrolled annually: 1,563
Mayo School of Continuing Medical Education
Mayo School of Continuing Medical Education formally became a school in 1996. It offers more than 276 courses and 6,500 hours of continuing medical education each year.
- Education Funding Sources (in millions)
Extramural funding: $393
Mayo funds: $397