United States, Wisconsin

The Medical College of Wisconsin is a private medical school that was established in the year 1893. This medical school is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and has been working and operated independently since 1967. The Medical College of Wisconsin welcomes students all over the world and enrolls more than 1,200 students annually. This medical school provides degrees such as M.D., Ph.D., M.S., M.A. and M.P.H. The graduate certificate courses are offered in clinical bioethics, public health, research ethics as well as a combined bioethics certificate with the American Medical Association (A.M.A.). Students generally have to crack the MCAT exam to seek admission in this medical college.

Campus Life

The Medical College of Wisconsin has two campuses namely the Green Bay and the Wausau. The Green Bay campus offers programs like primary care, general surgery and psychiatry which are three-year programs. Besides, the Medical College of Wisconsin provides the facility of the on-campus library facility. The majority of the book collection is also available electronically. There are many activities conducted on-campus to elevate the students' mood and keep them busy while they are not studying. Medical College of Wisconsin helps students to find off-campus housing facilities, especially for international students.

Noted Alumni

The alumni of the school have achieved great heights of success. They always try to do something for the betterment of society and people. Psychologist and Biophysicist- Sarah K. England, U.S. Representative from Indiana- Larry Bucshon and Professor of Surgery at the University of Toronto- Richard D. Weisel are some of the notable alumni of this medical school.