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Welcome to your virtual interview web experience at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. We believe you belong at UW, and after participating in activities over the next few days and a review of collected resources, we believe you will agree.

You are interviewing at a school of medicine AND public health, during a pandemic – there is no more appropriate time for you to enter the field of medicine and make an impact. We are also a school that prides itself on mentorship, and connections throughout your academic career.

Use this site to learn more about our curriculum, to explore the community, to discover our campus, and to connect with your peers and educational leaders.

Contact your MD Admission team with any questions and we look forward to you joining our community next fall.

Curriculum and program-specific information

The UW School of Medicine and Public Health ForWard Curriculum integrates basic, public health and clinical sciences throughout your education. You’ll find close collaboration with your educators, intensive coaching and mentorship and an earlier entrance into clerkship opportunities.
Shobhina Chheda, MD, MPH, associate dean for medical education, shares curriculum specifics with a focus on how we aim to propel you forward.
Student perspectives
Who better to give you perspective about our school than your peers. In their own words, more on the impact of our curriculum, the community, and the culture and how it sets them up for the future of medicine.

A community for everyone

Tracy Downs, MD, is associate dean for diversity and multicultural affairs.
Mentors, for school and for life
They are practicing physicians with expertise ranging from primary care to orthopedics. They are runners, bikers, DIY’ers and one even owns a vineyard. And they all say mentoring medical students like you is one of their most rewarding experiences. Meet just a few of the physicians who serve as faculty mentors in our program.

Top-notch facilities: spaces and places designed for your learning

While an in-person tour is not possible, we hope you enjoy this snapshot tour of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health facilities. Kick back, grab a snack and enjoy soothing images of libraries, labs and lecture halls set to some of the finest royalty-free tunes money can buy!
Fall in love with Madison
Explore the seasons in a city defined by its lakes.
So, what's next?
After you've nailed your interview, it's time to cross your t's, dot your i's, and get ready for what's next!

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