Top 5 Most Affordable Medical Schools

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MedicalSchoolsinUSA.com helps students find quality medical schools by announcing the top 5 most affordable schools in the country.

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Since our company was founded our main goal was to help students transition through medical school with success.

It comes as no surprise that medical school is expensive. With roughly 80% of all students owing more than $100,000 by the end of their journey (often not including the undergraduate degree), people are often looking to find quality institutions that are also affordable. That figure is only speculated to increase in time with rising interest rates on student debt. However, there have been a few medical schools that have maintained affordable tuition costs and are regarded highly in the country.

MedicalSchoolsinUSA.com, a company that provides free information to medical students via articles, research, and helpful guides, has compiled a list of the top five most affordable schools in the country. The intent is to help students entering medical school make informed decisions about the institutions they choose. While living at home might seem like a cheaper alternative, some states and schools are worth the move across the state.

The spokesman of MedicalSchoolsinUSA.com, Ben Davidson, released a statement. “Since our company was founded our main goal was to help students transition through medical school with success. Now, we have focused on increasing our site even further by helping students after graduation as well. Tackling student debt and reducing the price tag that comes with becoming a doctor has been our main cause in recent months and we are proud to share our results.”

MedicalSchoolsinUSA.com’s Top 5 Most Affordable Medical Schools

Texas A&M Health Science Center, TX - $16,400 in-state and fees (2016)

University of North Texas Health Science Center, TX – $19,000 in-state and fees (2016)

University of New Mexico, NM - $19,200 in-state and fees (2016)

Marshall University, WV- 20,000 in-state and fees (2016)

East Carolina University, NC – 22,200 in state and fees (2016)

Davidson claims that their research showed the average cost of most schools was around $50,000 in tuition, as opposed to the $20,000 tuition from the schools mentioned above. Davidson also added that, “Texas seems like they are leaps and bounds ahead of most other states when it comes to making medical school affordable for students. We also found lower costs with schools like University of Texas Health Science Center and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center as well.”

The main point that the team at MedicalSchoolsinUSA.com want to get across is that there is always a cheaper alternative, with most of the schools above ranked in the top 100 schools according to U.S. News research rank.

MedicalSchoolsinUSA.com also invites students considering the medical field to browse their site for more information about transitioning to medical, what to study for undergraduate school, and how to pay off debt quickly.

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