MD Admissions


Perelman Summer Information Sessions

Looking to know more about the admissions process and what Perelman looks for in an applicant? The Perelman School of Medicine hosted two virtual sessions this summer. Each presentation included an overview given by the Associate Dean of Admissions and a Q&A panel with current students:

May 2024 Summer Information Session Recording

Registration for the July 18 Virtual Session is now open. The program will take place from 1:00pm ET - 3:00pm ET. 

Perelman Admissions Data

AAMC Medical Student Admissions Requirements (MSAR) for PSOM - Subscription Required
2023 Entering Class Profile
2023 Graduating MD+ Students
2024 Graduating Residency Outcomes
2023 Curriculum Brochure
Frequently Asked Admissions Questions

DACA and Undocumented Students

The Perelman School of Medicine welcomes applications from DACA and Undocumented Students. Additional resources can be found on Penn's DACA and Undocumented Students page.

For information on aid, please visit the Financial Aid section of the website.

Applicants Attending Foreign Institutions

All applicants who receive degrees from foreign institutions are required to complete one year of course work in the sciences at a college or university in the United States before applying for admission. Non-residents of the United States are ineligible for federal or school financial aid programs.

Applicants applying from accredited Canadian institutions are exempt from the required additional year of science study and may apply directly.

Dual Degree and Research Opportunities at Perelman

Areas of Concentration
Dual Degree Programs
Global Health Programs
Research Opportunities
Summer Research Opportunities

Community Health and Wellness

Community Outreach
PSOM Wellness Program
Wellness Resources

Philadelphia Information

Philly Magazine