utmb acceptance rate
The average tuition & fees of The University of Texas Medical Branch is $22,524 for Texas residents and $37,333 for others for academic year 2020-2021. The acceptance rate is 10.58% and total 239 first-year students enrolled into The University of Texas Medical Branch.
UTMB School of Medicine
School of Medicine at University of Texas Medical Branch–Galveston is committed to being internationally recognized as one of the best medical schools in the United States.
University of Texas Medical Branch–Galveston offers an Integrated Medical Curriculum that is a 4-year program leading to the Doctor of Medicine degree, and PA program, MD/Ph.D., MD/MBA, MD/MS, MD/MPH.
|Address||University of Texas Medical Branch 301 University Boulevard Galveston, Texas 77555-1317|
|Alternative Names||School of Medicine at University of Texas Medical Branch–Galveston UTMB Medical School|
UTMB School of Medicine ranking
Currently, the School of Medicine at the University of Texas Medical Branch–Galveston doesn’t rank in the Best Medical Schools (Research and Primary Care) in the U.S.
But, UTMB medical school ranked #63 in the most graduates practicing in primary care fields.
Ranking (Primary Care)
Ranking (Most Graduates Practicing Primary Care)
Part 1: Introduction
We know that many Texas residents would choose to remain or return to Texas for medical school. Texas offers many great options for prospective students with medical schools top-ranked in research and others distinguished for serving rural and underserved populations. With an overall slower pace of life than some other cities, as well as a more reasonable cost of living, Texas can be an appealing state in which to go to medical school for both in state and out of state residents.
By understanding Texas medical schools’ admissions statistics you figure out how competitive you are for admission. Texas medical school applicants will apply to allopathic and osteopathic medical schools in Texas via three application services (TMDSAS, AMCAS and AACOMAS) depending on which schools interest them most. Ten Texas medical schools use TMDSAS, two use AMCAS and one uses AACOMAS.
In this article, you will find information about Texas medical school admissions statistics, but, we encourage you to read TMDSAS: The Definitive Guide for more suggestions about how to approach TMDSAS specifically.
Texas has a total of fourteen medical schools (with one awaiting full accreditation), of which two, Baylor College of Medicine and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, are in the top 30 medical schools in research and the top 20 in primary care, according to U.S. News and World Report. Texas medical schools are competitive to get into, especially for out-of-state students.
Part 2: List and Rankings of Allopathic Medical Schools in Texas
Below is a list of all allopathic medical schools in Texas. We have ranked them based on U.S. News medical school rankings which are in parenthesis. (UR: Unranked)
University of Texas Medical Branch Rankings
|Type of University||Public|
|Number of Undergraduate Seats||786|
|Percentage of International Students||8%|
|Annual Acceptance Rate||10.58%|
|Basic Tuition Fee for International Undergraduate Students||17,865 USD|
|Test Scores Accepted||SAT/ACT/TOEFL/IELTS|
|Application fees||70 USD|