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The students at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine represent a diverse group.
Our medical students are men and women with various ethnic and racial heritages, interests and educational backgrounds who come from all over. Many of them majored in the biological sciences as undergraduates, and others had majors such as history, computer science or engineering. They come from various geographic regions. Some came to medical school straight from college, and some gained research experience or built other careers first. Their interests and goals are varied as well.
Despite all their differences, however, our students have a few things in common. They're...
and, most importantly, happy!
Student life is all about student success—be it inside the classroom or out—and Case Western Reserve has the experience-based learning programs to enhance your education. From study abroad to service learning and co-ops and internships to undergraduate research, the best opportunities to live and learn are at Case. And that's just for undergrads.