A Transparent Approach
Our approach includes a holistic review, responsiveness to your questions and a transparency that means you'll always know where you are in the process.
Through Get to Know Blue — the virtual interview experience at Michigan — you'll connect with a diverse group of people from our Medical School community who are passionate about what they do and the path they have followed.
In M1 year, you'll work with standardized patients and engage in dissection-based anatomy. Core rotations kick off unparalleled clinical training in M2 year, with electives and other options to hone skills in M3/M4 years.
Every admitted student is eligible for an Admissions scholarship, and approximately 50% of our medical students receive some form of gift aid including scholarships and/or grants.
Our admissions process is highly transparent — we let you know early and often about where you stand.
Our curriculum allows you to choose a path based on your passions, with more time to develop practical professional experience that aligns with career interests.
Every entering class is carefully selected to include in- and out-of-state students with diverse backgrounds and life experiences so you can learn and grow together.
As a public university, we have a mandate to serve people in need. Our students play a key role in various research, clinical and educational efforts.
Realize your impact potential as you explore options through Paths of Excellence, clinical rotations, dual degrees, leadership activities, research projects and more.
Ann Arbor offers the best of cosmopolitan culture and cuisine in a charming, compact urban setting.
Our students, faculty and staff are passionate people who will be invested in your well-being and success throughout your time at Michigan and beyond.
As our 20,000 alumni can attest, the Michigan Medical School experience prepares you to lead no matter where you serve and fosters lifelong connections celebrated in these two words that are the universal calling card for Wolverines everywhere: Go Blue!
A momentous occasion where graduating medical students learn where they have been accepted for residency training. Read more about past graduate experiences.