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Chapel Hill, NC 27599
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The School of Medicine at University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill
an application deadline of November 1.
The application fee at University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill is
Its tuition is full-time: $16,028 (in-state) and full-time: $41,786 (out-of-state).
The faculty-student ratio at University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill is 1.8:1.
The School of Medicine
has 1,571 full- and part-time
faculty on staff.
The University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill School of Medicine operates on the traditional four-year medical curriculum. Students can beef up their studies with summertime electives and have opportunities to study abroad as well. The third year clerkship must be completed in the UNC Hospitals system or an affiliated hospital. There is a joint M.D./Ph.D. program, but no official M.D./M.B.A. or M.D./J.D. curriculums. (Students may complete a law degree independently.) Students can also complete joint M.D./M.P.H. degrees in Health Policy and Administration, Health Care and Prevention, Maternal and Child Health, or Epidemiology through the School of Public Health.
There are ways to get involved outside of the classroom, too, with more than 50 student organizations and a variety of community service groups. All medical students are automatically included in the Whitehead Medical Society, the UNC School of Medicine’s branch of student government. The School of Medicine operates more than 30 specialized centers and institutes including the Center for AIDS Research and the Bowles Center for Alcohol Studies.
In addition to its medical degree programs, the UNC School of Medicine runs an intensive nine-week Medical Education Development Program geared for students deemed financially, socially, or academically disadvantaged.
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* Medical School Overview details based on 2012 data
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