Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis Information Session
Washington University St. Louis School of Medicine is especially popular with students who are interested in becoming leaders in medicine and research. The 16-month pass/fail pre-clinical phase of the curricular includes monthly clinical immersions, followed by the required clerkships and ample elective time for students to pursue their unique interests. The relatively small, 124-student class engenders collegiality and collaboration. Research opportunities are especially plentiful– over 90% of students participate in research, and there are numerous dual degrees, including the MSTP, MD/MBA, MD/MPH, MD/MS in Clinical Investigation, and others. Over 50 student groups provide a rich cocurricular life, and clinical training sites include top hospitals and a simulation center. International and DACA students are eligible to apply. With its generous need-based aid program, average Wash U graduate indebtedness is less than half the national average for private medical schools. Come and meet Ian Hagemann, MD, PhD (and Princeton Class of 2000), Assistant Dean for Admissions, and learn about the program and opportunities available.