University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA

Medical School


Primary Care

The University of Pennsylvania was founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1740. Located in Philadelphia, the University of Pennsylvania is home to the Perelman School of Medicine.  The medical school offers master’s, M.D., Ph.D., and post-doctorate degree programs. Students can also take dual degrees within any of the university’s programs. Departments include genetics, physiology and microbiology.

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Quick Facts

3400 Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104-5162


Applications accepted:
(Begins): June 01
(Ends):October 15
AMCAS application accepted: Yes
AACOMAS application accepted:No
Application fee: $80

Tuition & Fees

2014-2015 Full-time (in-state): $52,210
2014-2015 Full-time (out-of-state): $52,210
Required fees: $4,574

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Drug and alcohol abuse
Internal medicine
Women's Health

School Details

Full-time faculty:  2896
Full-time faculty-student ratio:  4.7:1

Student Body

Total medical school enrollment:  616
Gender distribution: 


Graduates admitted to their first-choice residency program: 
Most popular residency and specialty programs (2013 and 2014 classes):  emergency medicine, internal medicine, ophthalmology, pediatrics, surgery - general

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