Our ForWard Curriculum delivers a unique three-phase model, integrating basic and clinical sciences, and public health. Students participate in team-based learning, hands-on application of knowledge in clinical and community settings, and have a dedicated mentor throughout their medical education.
The first step in the journey toward becoming a physician is applying to medical school. Learn everything you need to know about our process, from taking the MCAT to planning for interview day.

Areas of emphasis and dual-degree programs

The UW School of Medicine and Public Health is committed to addressing society's evolving health care needs, and we offer programs specifically aimed at reducing disparities among underserved populations. Our medical school also offers dual-degree programs for students interested in population health or a career as a physician-scientist.

Choose Your Path

Medical students can enhance their education by considering one of our Paths of Distinction, which provide additional experiences in public health and research. Which path will you choose?

Statewide campus

In keeping with the Wisconsin Idea, the borders of our campus extend to the entire state. Our medical students learn from hundreds of volunteers at hospitals and clinics throughout Wisconsin. Watch the videos below to learn about our Statewide Academic Campus locations in Milwaukee, Marshfield, Green Bay and La Crosse.
The School of Medicine and Public Health has a deep and profound commitment to diversity, both as an end in itself, and as a valuable means for eliminating health disparities.
Committed to service
At the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, learning doesn't just happen in classrooms and labs. Our students are also active in the community, and we're proud to offer learning experiences that embody the Wisconsin Idea.
Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association (WMAA)
The Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association strives to enhance the experience of School of Medicine and Public Health students by building a network of alumni who maintain their connection to the school, giving back time, money, knowledge and experience.