2021 Best Medical Schools Rankings
Oldest Medical Schools
Founded in 1765, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania is the oldest medical school in United States and Columbia University Roy and Diana Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, founded in 1767, is the second oldest medical school.
Below statements summarize the average statistics including medical schools tuition and admission data for the top 10 Oldest Medical Schools. You can compare all medical schools in one table with GAP, MCAT, admission, and tuition information at medical school comparison page.
- The average medical school tuition & fees is $58,194 and, among Oldest Medical Schools, University of Maryland School of Medicine has the highest tuition & fees of $68,831 and University of Cincinnati College of Medicine has the lowest tuition & fees of $50,332.
- The average MCAT score is 511 and, among Oldest Medical Schools, Yale School of Medicine has the highest MCAT score of 521 and University of Vermont College of Medicine has the lowest score of 509.
- The average acceptance rate is 6.30% and, among Oldest Medical Schools, Alpert Medical School at Brown University has the tightest (lowest) rate of 3% and Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine has the loosest (highest) rate of 11%.
- The average medical school population is 606 and, among Oldest Medical Schools, Harvard Medical School has the most students of 843 and Dartmouth College Geisel School of Medicine has the fewest students of 413.
Oldest Medical Schools Comparison Table
|Rank||College Name||Founded||Tuition & Fees||MCAT Score||GPA||Acceptance Rate||Student Population|
|1||Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania|
|2||Columbia University Roy and Diana Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons|
New York, NY
|3||Harvard Medical School|
|4||Dartmouth College Geisel School of Medicine|
|5||University of Maryland School of Medicine|
|6||Yale School of Medicine|
New Haven, CT
|7||Alpert Medical School at Brown University|
|8||University of Cincinnati College of Medicine|
|9||University of Vermont College of Medicine|
|10||Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine|