University of Minnesota Medical School Reviews
The University of Minnesota Medical School (Twin Cities) is a 4-year MD-granting program that welcomed its first class in 1888. The University of Minnesota has two different campuses, each with a different admissions office and a different emphasis. The Twin Cities campus provides students with a dedicated faculty mentor during medical school. The curriculum gives students time to pursue their own interests, including research, with over 20 research centers and institutes for students. U of M Medical School has over 24 hospitals and over 30 clinical training sites, as well.
To combine our scientific and clinical strengths to deliver the best in innovative, accountable, compassionate care to our patients and to impact the field of medicine for all.
Dual Degree Programs:
To give the best of ourselves to create a Medical School where individuals thrive, collaborations elevate, and the best of medical practice, research and education combine to create a legacy of:
Excellently trained and compassionate physicians.
Scientists with the courage and expertise to pursue life-changing discoveries.
Minnesotans whose lives have been improved thrugh the highest quality of medicine."
Campus: Twin Cities
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