Graduate Medical Sciences at Boston University School of Medicine is home to cutting-edge research, bio-science innovation and medical technology. Along with our location in Boston’s historic South End comes world-renowned faculty working in collaboration with clinical investigators at our affiliated teaching hospital, Boston Medical Center. Whether you are interested in a career in healthcare, biomedical research, biotechnology or academia, our mission is to help you reach those goals while enjoying all that Boston has to offer.
We realize that standardized tests for all programs may be disrupted due to COVID-19 and are adapting admissions requirements accordingly. Please email your program contact directly to see if the requirement has been waived or if alternative credential may be used.
How to Apply
Applicants who have completed all requirements for a baccalaureate degree from a recognized college or university are invited to apply for admission into one (or up to two) of our 30+ graduate programs.
- Application Instructions
- Boston University Centralized Application System
- Physician Assistant Program application
- GRE Requirements by Program
- FAQs for International Students
While many of our programs offer rolling admissions, some require that applicants submit all application materials by specific deadlines. View all of our program application deadlines.
Tuition, Fees and Financial Aid
Boston University seeks to make our graduate and postgraduate degrees accessible to everyone. Learn more about our tuition and opportunities for financial aid.
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