Who's Visiting?

Emory University School of Medicine

Website: http://med.emory.edu/admissions/

Do you accept non-citizen applicants?
Yes. International students are welcome to apply.

The admissions process is the same for domestic and international students. All applicants will receive a full review of their file, regardless of citizenship or immigration status.

All applicants must plan to complete a four-year undergraduate college degree program. If your undergraduate degree is from a college or university in the United States or Canada , the college or university must be regionally accredited in order for you to qualify for admission to Emory. If your undergraduate degree is from a college outside the United States, you must complete all science course requirements, including 2 semesters of biology with lab, 2 semesters of chemistry with lab, 2 semesters of organic chemistry with lab and 2 semesters of physical science with lab (and English, if English language skills are not strong) at an accredited U.S. or Canadian college before submitting an application to Emory.

What financial aid is available to international students?

Please note that citizens of foreign countries are ineligible to receive U.S. federal financial aid, but may be eligible to receive merit-based scholarships.

Permanent residents with I-151, I-551, or I-551C VISAS are eligible for federal financial aid, as well as merit-based scholarships.

All international students are required by Emory University to show proof of ability to pay all four years of tuition prior to becoming admitted—eligibility for scholarship cannot be determined until the student is admitted


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