Top Medical Schools

In 2015, the US News & World Report released a list of the best schools for primary care and research for 2015. Harvard University made it as top medical school research, whereas University of Washington beat University of North Carolina for the top spot in medical schools for primary care.

The rankings were made using data on 114 schools. Schools participated in surveys from 2013 to 2014. Ranking involved specific variables, such as student selectivity and research activity. Results of the ranking are as follows:

TOP MEDICALS FOR RESARCH

  1. HARVARD UNIVERSITY

As the top ranking medical school for research, Harvard University has 708 enrollees. The tuition in and fees in 2013–2014 reached $53,581.

  1. STANFORD UNIVERSITY

Students in Stanford University total 468 with tuition and fees amounting to $49,780.

  1. JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY

A total of 48 students enrolled in Johns Hopkins during the time of ranking. The tuition was $50,512.

  1. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA – SAN FRANCISCO

University of California had 632 students during ranking with tuition and fees totaling $35,696 for in-state students and $47,941 for out-of-state students.

  1. UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

Tied with University of California – San Francisco, the school’s enrolment was 665; students paid $52,478 for their tuition.

TOP 10 MEDICAL SCHOOLS FOR PRIMARY CARE

  1. UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

University of Washington was the top medical school for primary care. A total of 918 students went there in 2013–2014 with fees amounting to $30,336 for in-state students and $59,325 for out-of-state students.

  1. UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA -CHAPEL HILL

A total of 811 students went to University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill. The tuition fees $19,446 for in-state students and $46,325 for out-of-state students.

  1. OREGON HEALTH AND SCIENCE UNIVERSITY

In 2013–2014, 528 students went to Oregon Health and Science University. The tuition and other fees amounted to $40,654 for in-state students and $55,822 for out-of-state students.

  1. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA – SAN FRANCISCO

The University of California – San Francisco had a total of 632 students. Tuition totaled $35,696 for in-state students and $47,91 for out-of-state students.

  1. UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS -WORCESTER

A total of 518 students studied in the University of Massachusetts in 2013–2014 with tuition and fees amount to $22,887 for in-state students.