UMass Med School Will Admit First Out-of-Staters

September 11, 2015

The University of Massachusetts Medical School has throughout its 53-year history admitted only Massachusetts residents, but that is about to change, The Boston Globe reported. The medical school, in Worcester, will continue to admit 125 Massachusetts residents a year, but it will add 25 other students. They will pay about $55,000 a year, compared to the $38,000 a year for Massachusetts residents. The out-of-state students will all be from the United States.

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