Graduate Programs

Transfer Admissions
The Indiana University School of Medicine accepts applications for transfer from Indiana residents who are enrolled in another U.S. or foreign medical school, and from nonresidents who are enrolled in U.S. medical schools. Nonresidents enrolled in foreign medical schools and students in other professional or graduate schools cannot be considered for transfer because the School of Medicine’s facilities are usually almost totally committed.

Applications for transfer are considered for the second and third years only. If an applicant is accepted to the third year, the acceptance will be contingent on a passing score on the United States Medical Licensure Examination (USMLE) Step 1.

Transfer admission will be granted on the basis of available space and facilities, undergraduate record, MCAT scores, performance in the current medical school curriculum, and, if requested by the Admissions Committee, a personal interview. Nonresidents will be considered only if they have a compelling and legitimate need to transfer to Indiana University.