Cornell University, one of the world's foremost centers of learning and research, has dedicated its medical college in the heart of New York City to the highest principles of liberal education, encompassing spirited inquiry, collaborative learning, and individual initiative. The unique features of Weill Cornell Medical College include:
A progressive curriculum that emphasizes active learning, self-directed inquiry, and small groups rather than lectures.
Unusually broad research opportunities, by virtue of the co-presence, on a single campus, of five renowned institutions: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical College, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Rockefeller University, and The Hospital for Special Surgery.
A clinical program characterized by early exposure to a patient population that may be the most diverse in the world; and clinical rotations at a variety of public, community and/or research hospitals, including the state-of-the-art NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center.
A special emphasis on internationalism. Students have performed clinical care and/or research in 62 countries on six continents. For further information, please access the global health web site at www.weill.cornell.edu/globalhealth
New York City: one of the greatest centers in history for culture, arts, literature, science, the exchange of ideas, and the life of the mind. All students are guaranteed subsidized housing on the medical center campus in Manhattan.

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