Weill Cornell Medical College Review
Weill Cornell Medical College is a 4-year MD-granting program that welcomed its first class in 1898. Weill Cornell Medical College has a small class size, which provides a welcoming and collaborative environment. The location of Cornell provides students the opportunity to be exposed to a dynamic, cultural city with a variety of patients. Cornell’s unique partnerships with research institutions and hospitals allow students multiple options to pursue research and clinical experience. The faculty serve as mentors to students, and each faculty member has a special focus, whether that be clinical or academic. Weill Cornell Medical College has a strong focus on global health and provides unparalleled global health experiences to students.
Weill Cornell Medical College and the Graduate School of Medical Sciences are committed to excellence in research, teaching, patient care, and the advancement of the art and science of medicine. To this end, our mission is to provide the finest education possible for medical students and students pursuing advanced degrees in the biomedical sciences, to contribute to the lifelong education of physicians throughout their careers, to conduct research at the cutting edge of knowledge, to improve the healthcare of the nation and the world both now and for future generations, and to provide the highest quality of clinical care for the communities we serve. Success in any of these areas contributes to success in the others.
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Campus: New York
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- Annual High Temp: 62.3 °F
- Annual Low Temp: 48 °F
- Av. Annual Rainfall: 46.23 in
- Av. Annual Snowfall: 30 in
*US average index is 100
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