MD Program

The total cost of the average first year of the School of Medicine's MD program for the 2014-2015 academic year is $76,390. Our mission is to help you find funding to support your medical studies. 

Key information found in this section includes the application process, budget and other pertinent information. 

If you have questions, consult the FAQ section or contact our office.

MD Bulletin

The Bulletin is your one-stop resource for the information you will need to negotiate the financial aid process, including sections on student expenses and the family contribution, loans and scholarships, employment, and information specific to international applicants and spouses of international students.

This bulletin offers applicants and their parents a summary of the financial aid program at the Yale School of Medicine. The 2010-2011 Bulletin is available online in two formats:

Previous Years

MD Budget

The total cost of attending medical school includes tuition, room and board, books, transportation, health insurance and other expenses. The School of Medicine calculates aid based on an estimated cost of attendance, with allowances added for married students and/or students with dependents.

It is important to note that the first and last year budgets are based on nine months (September-May) and all other budgets are based on twelve months.

The following gives applicants and students a summary of the cost of attending the School of Medicine for one academic year.