Applying to the MBMI Program
Our target students are clinicians interested in practical training and applied biomedical informatics who are already familiar with the problems that BMI seeks to solve. While a professional degree is not required, students should have experience working in a clinical setting and knowledge of the U.S. healthcare system.
Prospective students should apply via CollegeNet. Detailed instructions are in the next section. There is a $75 application fee, which can be waived in special circumstances. Applicants will be expected to submit:
- Unofficial transcripts from all past degrees (official, sealed, transcripts will be required for all matriculating students)
- CV or resume
- Personal statement: a one page description of your career goals that includes a description of how the MBMI degree meets your educational objectives
- Two letters of recommendation
The application deadline for Fall 2020 is December 1, 2019.
CollegeNet Application Instructions
- Create a CollegeNet account. After logging into CollegeNet, select "Online Application".
- Enter your Personal Information. Save and continue to Program Information.
- Choose Perelman School of Medicine Masters Programs.
- Select Biomedical Informatics, Master of from the drop-down list.
- Select the desired term of entry.
- You can enter information in stages, at your own pace, and access the application any number of times until submission.
- Once the application has been fully submitted, check the status and note the receipt of recommendation letters.
After the application deadline passes, the MBMI Admissions Committee will review the applications and determine who will receive an offer of admission. In some cases the committee may contact the applicant for additional information. Notification of admission will be sent out via CollegeNet to the email address provided by the applicant.