Offering outstanding medical course-based experiences for undergraduate and post-bacc students, and make-up courses for medical school students.
JUNE 19th - JULY 28th, 2017
Applications for Summer 2017 open December 1, 2016
Visit here to apply: https://gemsadmissions.som.georgetown.edu
"Guided by the University's Jesuit tradition of cura personalis, of caring for the whole person, Georgetown University School of Medicine will educate, in an integrated way, knowledgeable, skillful, ethical, and compassionate physicians and biomedical scientists, dedicated to the care of others and the health needs of our society"
Georgetown University School of Medicine has been a leader in medical education for over 150 years, and is committed to offering excellent opportunities for academic advancement. We are pleased to offer this program for college undergraduates, post-bacc graduates, and current medical school students through the Georgetown Summer Medical Institute (GSMI). International students are welcome to apply but, please be aware that courses are taught in English.
All GSMI courses are taught by dedicated, internationally recognized professors from Georgetown University School of Medicine.
This program, combined with the excellent, informative and supportive environment at GUSOM, will provide excellent preparation and insight for individuals exploring the calling of medicine as a career, and those making-up medical school courses.
The environment at GSMI is integrated seamlessly into the School of Medicine and University, with students having access to the medical classrooms, library, and faculty.
Georgetown University and the School of Medicine are located in a beautiful and historic part of the Nation's Capital. In addition to the myriad cultural opportunities available to the visitor, Washington, DC is also a center for health policy reform, and advances in medical research and biotechnology. Guest lecturers in the Physician and Society course are experts in these fields and provide cutting-edge knowledge of current healthcare issues.