1 - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
In the last three years, two international students have been accepted from a total of 150 international applicants. Accepted applicants must meet INS requirements for F-1 or other student visas. Evidence of ability to finance education is considered on an individual basis. International applicants must have exceptional academic records and are eligible for institutional scholarships.
2 - UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Noncitizens without permanent residency status must provide proof of the availability of sufficient funds for completion of the program. Applicants from Canada are considered as international applicants.
3 - DAVID GEFFEN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AT UCLA
Noncitizens without permanent residency (Green Card): these candidates are reviewed in the same way other applicants are. Some education in the US is required. No financial aid is available. Candidates have to show financial means and must meet INS student visa requirements but do not have to establish an escrow account.
4 - LOMA LINDA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
The number of non-U.S. citizens accepted varies. Applicants with a green care are treated like U.S. citizens. Those without a green card must present evidence of their ability to finance the first two years of medical education and must meet the INS requirements for F-1 or other student visa. Limited financial aid is available for these students.
5 - KECK SCHOOL OF MEDICINE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
International students must have completed at least one year of study in an accredited college or university in the U.S. They must also meet the INS requirements for F-1 or other nonresident visas, and there is no financial aid available if admitted. International students should contact the Financial Aid Office at (323) 442-1016 for specific details regarding tuition payment procedures. Canadian applicants are considered the same as US applicants.
6 - STANFORD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Noncitizens may apply to Stanford and 1-5 are accepted each year (out of about 5% of all applicants). Canadian citizens are considered international students and most international students are not URM students. To matriculate at Stanford, students must meet INS requirements for F-1 or other student visas and must prepay tuition or establish an escrow account for four years of tuition and living expenses (~$200,000). Both commercial and Stanford University loans are available to international students.
7 - UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Noncitizens may apply to the University of Colorado but if they matriculate they will remain “out-of-state” students from the perspective of tuition for all four years. Over the past three years, one student was admitted to the MSTP.
8 - UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Only one out of 80 is typically accepted. Although no deposit is required, UConn looks for assurance (such as a statement of understanding) that the student can cover a reasonable portion of his/her expenses. The student must meet INS requirements for an F-1 or other student visa. Financial aid is on an individual basis.
9 - YALE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Canadian students are considered in the same way as US students in the admissions process. On average, approximately five international students matriculate each year, though the number varies and there is no set quota. Although acceptance is on a need-blind basis, students must meet INS requirements once admitted. Yale also requires certification on a year-by-year basis that sufficient funds are available. Financial aid is available to international students. There are no other special considerations for international students.
10 - THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES
GW has a five-year international MD program designed specifically for international students. International applicants must apply to this specific program and have a foreign sponsor who will pay for their medical education. Detailed information about the international MD program is available on the admissions website. GW enrolls approximately one international student per year from an average of six applications. Canadian citizens are not considered international students but are put in the same category as US citizens. However, Canadians must fill out a financial form that demonstrates their ability to pay for their education.
11 - GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
An international applicant is defined as any applicant without citizenship or a green card. Canadians are included in this definition. International students make up less than 1% of the count of minority students. All students are considered regardless of citizenship. In the past three years, approximately a dozen international students have been accepted. Accepted students must provide a notarized letter of support for the living budget for the first academic year (approximately ~$56,000). Students must meet INS requirements for F-1 or other student visa to matriculate. Financial aid is not available.
12 - HOWARD UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
In the last three years, 10-12% of those accepted have been from this category. Financial aid is not available. The University requires proof of ability to finance the medical education.
13 - EMORY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Canadian residents are included in the definition of international candidates. In recent years, about 8 out of 150 international candidates have been accepted to each entering class, but there is no limit. International candidates are given the same consideration for acceptance as citizens and permanent residents. Emory is committed to selecting the most qualified candidates. Accepted applicants must meet INS requirements and provide evidence that they can pay tuition for each of their medical school years. No need-based financial aid is available to international students, but international candidates are eligible for some merit awards.
14 - MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
All applicants who are U.S. citizens or have permanent resident visas are considered. Non-U.S. citizens on student visas may also be considered, but they will be treated as out-of-state applicants. No international students have been accepted in the last 3 years. No specific evidence of ability to finance medical education is required of international applicants.
15 - UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA JOHN A. BURNS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Noncitizens may apply. Because of the school’s mission, those with ties to the Pacific Rim have the best chance of being accepted. Canadian students are treated as international students. Two non-US citizens have been accepted in the past 3 years. There is very limited financial aid available. Noncitizens must meet INS requirements for student visa and must show adequate financial support. For further information, applicants should contact International Student Services ((808) 956-8613; www.hawaii.edu/issmanoa).
16 - UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRITZKER SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
In the last three years, approximately ten have been accepted out of 600 applicants. When international applicants are accepted, they are provided information outlining the requirements of the plan they must present for meeting their financial obligations. Only limited funds are available for the financial assistance of international students.
17 - ROSALIND FRANKIN UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE AND SCIENCE/CHICAGO MEDICAL SCHOOL
Approximately 30 students have been accepted in the last three years, the majority from Canada, comprising about 2% of each entering class. Financial aid is not available for noncitizens, and they must provide supporting documentation confirming that they are able to finance their education.
18 - NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY FEINBERG SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
For the last few years, about 3-4 non-U.S. citizens without permanent residency have been admitted from a pool of about 500 applicants per year. It may be possible for international students to take out a loan for the cost of tuition only, if the student has a US cosigner, who must sign and provide creditworthiness. Students should note that they must have at least three years of course work in US or Canadian colleges or universities to be considered for admission.
19 - INDIANA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Non-U.S. citizens with a permanent resident visa are given the same consideration as U.S. citizens, and students without a permanent resident visa are occasionally admitted. Approximately six students were offered admission during the last four years out of approximately 150 applications. These students are not included as minority students. Applicants must meet federal and university requirements for an F-1 or other student visa. Most noncitizens accepted have strong ties to the state of Indiana. International students must demonstrate ability to meet the financial obligations, since no financial aid is available for them.
20 - UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
International students are defined as noncitizens without permanent residency (Green Card). Canadian students fit this description. Approximately 65% of the UKCOM international student population is included in the minority student count. Over the last three years, 10 students without permanent residency status have been accepted. They must establish an escrow account with enough funds to cover tuition costs and living expenses for one year and provide a financial plan for the other three years. No financial aid is available for them. They must meet INS requirements for F-1 student visa and have ties to Kentucky.
21 - TULANE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Permanent residents are treated just as US citizens. Non-US citizens are eligible for acceptance, but preference is given to US citizens and permanent residents.
22 - THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Noncitizens without Permanent Residency status are considered to be international students, including citizens of Canada. None of the Hopkins international student population is included in its count of minority students. International applicants are considered on the same basis for admission as US citizens; however, if admitted they are not eligible for financial assistance. They must place four years of total cost (tuition and living expenses) into an escrow account prior to matriculating. The total number of international applicants over the past three years is not available, but 8-10 have been admitted. If an international student has studied exclusively outside the US s/he is required to have an additional year of study in the US.
23 - BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Applications from international students are welcome. All applicants are required to have a completed a minimum of two years of undergraduate education and receive a degree from a US or Canadian institution of higher education. All prerequisites must have been completed in an accredited US or Canadian institution. Only applicants and accepted students with US citizenship or permanent resident status are included in counts of minorities. In most years, BUSM receives several hundred applications from international students and 0-3 are included in
The entering class. Any accepted student who is neither a US citizen nor a permanent resident, is required to place sufficient funds in escrow to cover the course of tuition for the first year.
24 - HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL
Foreign students should take the required courses at a respected U.S. institution. Approximately 5-6 foreign students are accepted each year, almost all of whom have a U. S. baccalaureate or advanced degree. They must meet INS requirements for F-1 or other student visa. Proof of ability to pay is required by Federal INS and the University; the Medical School's view is more clement than most. Financial aid is limited to institutional, not federal programs.
25 - TUFTS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Tufts has matriculated fewer than twelve who are noncitizens without permanent residency within the past three years. Accepted candidates must meet INS requirements and prepay tuition or establish an escrow account for one year of tuition. No financial aid is available for these noncitizens.
26 - UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA MEDICAL SCHOOL-MINNEAPOLIS
In the last three years, three applicants per year without permanent residency have matriculated from approximately 82 applicants per year. Evidence of the ability to finance a medical education is required in writing, but an escrow account is not required. There is no financial aid available through the school, but there are lenders who will accept international student loan applications with a creditworthy citizen cosigner. Evidence of facility on the English language is required.
27 - SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Noncitizens will be considered for acceptance. International students must complete two years of science work in a North American college or university and, if accepted, must contribute to the University's escrow account for the four years of tuition prior to matriculation. Three international students have matriculated in the past three years. None of them are counted as minority students. There is no financial aid available for international students.
28 - WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
WUSTL enrolls a small number of noncitizen applicants each year. Anyone who is not a citizen of the US is considered an international student. Most Canadians are also considered international (depending on their visas). Noncitizens must place an amount equal to four years’ cost of education into escrow prior to matriculation. Noncitizen students are eligible for MSTP institutional funding and merit-based financial aid.
29 - CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
A limited numbers of applicants (six in last three years) in this classification are accepted; typically, they have attended Creighton. Creighton has a policy of requiring students to document that they have tuition and living expenses equal to four years at Creighton in an escrow account.
30 - DARTMOUTH MEDICAL SCHOOL
Dartmouth considers applications without regard to citizenship or visa status. As long as an applicant completes the admission requirements, including three years of postsecondary study at a US or Canadian college or university, he or she is eligible to apply for admission, regardless of nation of citizenship, visa status, or state residency. DMS enrolls a small number of international candidates every year. International applicants are required to show deposited funds sufficient to cover expenses for the first year. There is limited financial aid available.
31 - ALBANY MEDICAL COLLEGE
Applications from noncitizens are welcome, but only exceptional candidates are likely to be favorably reviewed. International applicants should understand fully the implications of securing a US residency. Typically 2-3 students in each entering class have been nonresident aliens, including Canadians. International candidates must provide proof of the ability to meet tuition costs or pay one year’s tuition in advance. Most sources of federal and state aid are unavailable to noncitizens.
32 - ALBERT EINSTEIN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE OF YESHIVA UNIVERSITY
There have been 12 noncitizen/nonpermanent residents accepted in the past three years, from about 150 applications. Canadian citizens are treated as international students financially, and as US citizens educationally. Students who have earned baccalaureate degrees outside the US or Canada are required to complete at least one year of formal coursework in the sciences (about 30 credit hours) in an accredited American college or university prior to application to the College of Medicine. It is recommended that such students take courses in English if is not the student’s first language. Accepted international students must deposit with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, not later than July 15 of the year of matriculation, funds to cover estimated tuition for the first two years of medical school, or forfeit their place in the class. International students are not classified as minority students. There is very minimal financial aid available. Students may obtain up to a maximum of $2500 per academic year from the Einstein College Scholarship Fund and up to a maximum of $5500 per academic year from the Einstein College Loan Fund.
33 - COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
There is no count of the number of international students who apply each year, but approximately 4 international applicants enroll each year. They must put one year’s tuition in to escrow. They may apply for Columbia financial aid.
34 - JOAN AND STANFORD I. WEILL MEDICAL COLLEGE OF CORNELL UNIVERSITY
Weill/Cornell uses this definition of international students. There is no international student financial aid. Non-Canadian international students must deposit four years of tuition into escrow before they are allowed to matriculate. When reporting minority student statistics, international students are not counted. There is no specific policy about admitting international students. In the past three years, about twelve international students have been accepted, though the actual number who have applied is unknown.
35 - MOUNT SINAI SCHOOL OF MEDICINE OF NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
Applicants who are not citizens (including Canadian students) must meet INS requirements for F-1 or other student visa. International applicants are treated the same as other applicants. Approximately seven non-citizens have matriculated over the last four years. No international students are counted as minorities. They must prepay tuition or establish an escrow account for four years of tuition. No financial aid is available for noncitizens.
36 - NEW YORK MEDICAL COLLEGE
Two or three students without green cards have been accepted each of the last few years. Students must meet INS requirements and prepay tuition for four years. Financial aid is not available.
37 - UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY
Only citizens or permanent residents of the United States are eligible to apply for admission. If the international applicant is a graduate of the University of Rochester undergraduate college, s/he may apply but must have two years of tuition in escrow.
38 - DUKE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Duke does not require U. S. citizenship and about 3 international applicants are accepted each year. Canadian citizens are included as international students. Financial aid is not available for international students. Once accepted, an international applicant must show certified evidence of ability to finance the entire four years of medical school.
39 - WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Noncitizens may be accepted if their undergraduate/graduate degrees are from US or Canadian institutions. They must have a current visa with INS. Canadian students without green cards are considered international applicants. 75% of our international students are included in the minority student count. In the last three years, twelve of 600 international students were matriculated into WFUSM. International students must be able to finance their education in its entirety, since no financial aid is available to them. Applicants must complete the Foreign Student Financial Form.
40 - CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Case has matriculated six to nine international students within the past three years. Candidates must have completed their premedical work at a US or Canadian four-year college or university. They must meet INS requirements, prepay tuition for one year in advance, and demonstrate the ability to support their personal needs for one year. Financial aid is not available.
41 - JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE OF THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY
Approximately 2 or 3 non-U.S. citizens are accepted each year. Both residents and nonresidents may apply, but nonresidents must file an I-20 form.
42 - PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
Canadian students would be considered regular applicants. Probably 10-20% of underrepresented minority students are international students. International students are considered in the admissions process. During the past three years, approximately six students per year were matriculated. Since there is no financial aid available for international students, they must document that they can pay for all four years of medical school before they are offered an acceptance.
43 - UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Penn has taken approximately 2-3 per year who have proof of financial resources for four years. No financial aid is available unless they qualify for one of the limited number of merit scholarships.
44 - UNIVERSIDAD CENTRAL DEL CARIBE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Non-U.S. citizens are eligible for admission but must meet INS requirements for students with F-1 visas (prepay first semester tuition). They have to present an affidavit that supports their ability to finance their education. Two students (5%) have been admitted in the last three years.
45 - PONCE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
In the last four years, PMS has admitted only two nonresidents from a small pool of applicants. There is no policy specific to admission of foreign students. There are no special considerations for nonresidents, and they do not have to provide evidence of ability to finance their education.
46 - UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Foreign national applicants with an established legal residence in Puerto Rico will be considered if, at the time of application, they are either US citizens or have been granted a permanent visa in the United States.
47 - BROWN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
In the last three years, two noncitizens without permanent residency were accepted. Such applicants must meet INS requirements and generally are expected to establish an escrow account for four years of medical school tuition. Funding is available to foreign students in the PhD years.
48 - MEHARRY MEDICAL COLLEGE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Canadian students are considered as international students. Meharry uses the definition, noncitizens without permanent residency (green card), for international students. International students are not included in the count of minority students. In the last three years, 10 out of 200 international applicants have been accepted to Meharry Medical School. All non-US citizens must meet INS requirements for F-1 Visa. Financial aid is not available for non-US residents.
49 - VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Vanderbilt does not have a policy on admitting international students. Of the 156 international applicants each year, VUSM admits about four students. These students have not been included in VUSM’s count of minority students. International students must show that they are able to finance all four years of medical school. There are some Vanderbilt institutional monies for which internationals students may apply. Federal loan money is not an option.
50 - BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
Foreign students are considered for admission, but only 1 or 2 are generally accepted. There is no financial aid available for these students.
51 - TEXAS A & M UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
The College of Medicine’s definition of an international student is noncitizens without permanent residency (green card). This includes Canadians. International students account for less than 2% (1/80) of our minority student count. There is an institutional policy on admitting internationals students. Over the past three years, five students from among approximately 100 applicants have been admitted. International students are required to present an I-20 immigration form. Only institutional scholarships are available to these students. Additionally, international students must have 90 credit hours from an accredited US institution.
52 - UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL CENTER AT DALLAS, SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL SCHOOL
Over the past three years, foreign students were accepted from 58 applications. Students must meet INS requirements for F-1 or other student visa. No financial aid is available.
53 - UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL SCHOOL AT GALVESTON
Foreign applicants will be considered as long as they have completed at least 90 hours (including prerequisites) at an accredited US school.
54 - UNIVERSITY OF UTAH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Applications are available for US citizens or permanent residents only. Information concerning international admissions can be obtained by visiting www.sa.utah.edu/inter or calling (801) 581-3091.
55 - UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
There is no fixed number for noncitizens. Both permanent residents and nonresidents with student visas are acceptable. The latter must meet INS requirements for F-1 or other student visa. There are no special restrictions such as requiring prepaid tuition. In the past three years, a few noncitizens have been accepted.
56 - EASTERN VIRGINIA MEDICAL SCHOOL
Foreign nationals may be considered for admission to EVMS as permitted under the immigration laws of the United States of America but must have completed 100 semester hours from an accredited American or Canadian college or university. Approximately 1-2 international students have been accepted in the last three years.
57 - UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Permanent residents are treated like U.S. citizens in the admissions process. Applicants who are not US citizens or permanent residents are eligible to apply provided they have completed at least 90 semester hours of course work in a US or Canadian college or university. None have been admitted in the past three years. International students must meet INS requirements and provide documentation of their ability to pay for their medical education. There is no financial aid available for international students.
58 - MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN
International applicants, including Canadians, are held to the same eligibility standards and academic criteria that are in place for nonresident applicants. In the past three years, MCW has admitted 6 of 20 interviewed international applicants. Before an international candidate is accepted, s/he must demonstrate Financial Certification showing ability to pay for their entire medical education without financial aid. There is no financial aid available for international students.
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