​Admissions

Studentsoutside1.jpgWashington University’s Medical Scientist Training Program invites applications from individuals wishing to pursue careers as physician-scientists. Applicants should have strong academic qualifications, as demonstrated by their undergraduate record and performance on the MCAT. Furthermore, they should have a minimum of two semesters (or two summers) of research experience, outstanding letters of reference, and evidence of a strong commitment to a career in science and medicine. Individuals must have completed a minimum of 90 semester units of credit or an MA degree in an appropriate field at an approved institution of higher education in the United States or Canada to be eligible for the program. Citizenship status is not a consideration in admissions decisions, and international students receive the same funding as domestic students. The Graduate Record Exam is not required.

Although most individuals enter the MSTP as first-year students, applications from students in their first or second year at Washington University School of Medicine are encouraged.

Apply Early! AMCAS will be available in May and WUSOM secondary in June. MSTP application deadline is October 31. All supporting materials must be received by November 6 to ensure consideration of your application by the MSTP Committee.