University of Utah School of Medicine Review
The University of Utah School of Medicine is a 4-year MD-granting program that welcomed its first class and began as a two-year medical school in 1905. Utah’s curriculum is shifting away from lecture toward team- and case-based learning. The University of Utah provides the opportunity for students to do research in over 22 basic and clinical science departments with over 1,000 faculty mentors to choose from. Students are also required to complete a scholarly activity to further their independent investigation. In addition, Utah School of Medicine has a program called REALMD that acts as a professional development program to help students cultivate a professional identity.
The University of Utah School of Medicine Office of Admissions serves the State of Utah, our medical school and the healthcare profession by admitting well qualified and prepared medical students. Through a holistic culture based on valuing teamwork, professionalism, compassion, and communication, we strive to select a diverse and innovative class who exemplify dedication, service to their community and patients, leadership, research skill, and academic excellence.
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The University of Utah School of Medicine Office of Admission will inspire and transform the application process through quality, education, and innovation to serve the state of Utah and beyond.
Campus: Salt Lake City
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- Annual High Temp: 63.4°F
- Annual Low Temp: 46.2°F
- Av. Annual Rainfall: 18.58 inch
- Av. Annual Snowfall: 47 inch
*US average index is 100
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