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Contacts

Website: http://www.uvm.edu/medicine/
Phone: (802) 656-2154
Admissions e-mail: medadmissions@uvm.edu

Program Information

  • Doctor of Medicine (MD)
  • 4 years in length
  • Must be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident

Admission Statistics

  • Total number of applicants in 2016: 5,975
  • Number of applicants interviewed: 619
  • Class size in 2016: 117 (30 In-State, 84 Out of State)

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Admission Requirements

Course and Degree Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree from an institution accredited by the National Committee of Regional Accrediting Agencies in the U.S or Canada
  • All required courses should be completed by July 1 of the year you plan to matriculate
    • Biology + Lab (8 Credits or 1 year)
      • Acceptable courses: Anatomy and Physiology, Cell Structure and Function, General Biology, Genetics, Histology, Microbiology, Nervous System, Upper-level Zoology
    • Physics + Lab (8 Credits or 1 year)
      • Acceptable courses: General Physics, Physical Chemistry may be substituted depending on the material covered
    • General Chemistry + Lab (8 Credits or 1 year)
      • Acceptable courses: General Chemistry, Physical Chemistry
    • Organic Chemistry + Lab (8 Credits or 1 year)
      • Biochemistry can be substituted for 4 of the 8 credits
  • Recommended Courses
    • One course in either Biochemistry or Molecular Genetics
  • Note on APs
    • Advanced Placement courses will be accepted only if credit appears on the college transcript and subsequently appears on the AMCAS transcript portion of the application

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GPA

  • Average GPA 2016: 3.7

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MCAT

  • Average scores 2016: 510 (new MCAT)
    • Median Verbal:10
    • Median Biological Science:11
    • Median MCAT Physical Science:10
  • Test must have been written within 3 years of application deadline and received before January of the year in which the applicant intends to matriculate

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Supporting Documents

  • Application through AMCAS
  • 3 Letters of Recommendation
    • 2 letters from professors in science with whom applicant has taken classes
    • 1 letter from a non-science professor with whom applicant has taken a class
    • Can provide up to 6 letters in total
  • Supplemental Application
    • Applicant will be sent supplemental application upon receipt from AMCAS application

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Interview

  • Interviews are by invitation only.
  • Interviews conducted between August and February in Burlington, Vermont
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Timeline

  • August 1: Early Decision Application Due
  • August 15: Early Decision Program transcripts due
  • September 1: Early Decision Program Supplemental application and ALL supporting documents due
  • November 17: Regular AMCAS applications due
  • November 17: Regular application transcripts due
  • January 2: Regular application supplemental application and ALL supporting documents are due

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Tuition 2013-2014

  • First-Year Tuition-Out of State Residents: $39,120
    • Total Cost of Attendance: $56,920
  • First-Year Tuition-Vermont Residents: $15,504
    • Total Cost of Attendance: $32,874

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Financial Aid is available please click here

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