Cornell University

Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences

Campus Description

The Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences was founded in 1952 on the concept that the convergence of two premier institutions - Sloan-Kettering Institute and Weill Cornell Medical College - could offer an extraordinary research and training ground for future generations of biomedical researchers. As such, the school enjoys an unmatched opportunity to help shape the pace and progress of advances in biomedical science well beyond our own campus. Our Graduate School is also integrated within a world-class medical center.The Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences was founded in 1952 on the concept that the convergence of two premier institutions - Sloan-Kettering Institute and Weill Cornell Medical College - could offer an extraordinary research and training ground for future generations of biomedical researchers. As such, the school enjoys an unmatched opportunity to help shape the pace and progress of advances in biomedical science well beyond our own campus. Our Graduate School is also integrated within a world-class medical center. Our superb faculty is committed to providing an intellectually challenging environment and outstanding training, with mentoring as a top priority. We pride ourselves in training the future leaders in basic and translational science - scientists who will lead the way in the 21st century in identifying cures for diseases.

Offers only Graduate (advanced) degrees

Office of Admissions, 1300 York Ave., Room A-131, Box 65, New York, NY 10065

Phone: 
212.746.6565
Fax: 
212.746.8906

Cornell University Admissions

Degrees Offered

Master's (MS), Doctorate (PhD)

Enrollment for Fall 2014

Graduate (Matriculated): 617 (Full-time: 260; Part-time: 357)

Campus Demographics

N/A

Tuition Information for 2015-2016

Admission/Application Deadlines

Application Deadlines (Same for Freshmen and Transfers): December 1

Financial Aid Deadlines

Application Requirements

Baccalaureate degree or equivalent from a college or university of recognized standing; adequate preparation in the chosen field of study; show promise of ability to pursue advanced study and research, as judged by his or her previous record.