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The Doctor of Medicine program at the University of Illinois College of Medicine is a comprehensive and rigorous program designed to prepare students for successful careers in medicine.

The program offers a strong foundation in basic sciences, clinical skills, and research, with a focus on preparing students to provide patient-centered care. Students receive training from experienced and knowledgeable faculty members, who are leaders in their respective fields.

The program also offers opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience through clinical rotations at top medical centers in the Chicago area. Graduates of the MD program at the University of Illinois College of Medicine are well-prepared to take on leadership roles in healthcare and to make meaningful contributions to the field of medicine.

Learn more about MD Admissions

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MD electives
Find an elective that suits your goals and interests.
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Request an Appointment with a Student Advisor
Get help with the USMLE exam, academic support, scheduling, personal issues, residency match, leave of absence, summer opportunities, and more.
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Ceremonies and Events
Information about Orientation, Match day, Graduation and White Coat ceremony.
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Educational Policies
Get info about policies around attendance, absence, exams and more.
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Global Health Awards and Scholarships
The Center for Global Health facilitates and conducts interdisciplinary research across the globe. Medical students are eligible for a variety of research internships, fellowships and awards.