Medical school is not cheap. And with so many medical schools to choose from, one important deciding factor is cost of attendance. With that being said, here are the top 5 private medical schools that offer the most financial aid with an emphasis on scholarships.

1. Mayo Medical School
100% of students receive scholarships
100% of students receive financial aid (loans or scholarships)
48% of students receive loans
Average indebtedness: $79,333

2. University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
90% of students receive scholarships
94% of students receive financial aid (loans or scholarships)
62% of students receive loans
Average indebtedness: $117,790

3. Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine
74% of students receive scholarships
84% of students receive financial aid (loans or scholarships)
44% of students receive loans
Average indebtedness: $102,519

4. Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
73% of students receive scholarships
79% of students receive financial aid (loans or scholarships)
49% of students receive loans
Average indebtedness: $123,022

5. Duke University School of Medicine
72% of students receive scholarships
80% of students receive financial aid (loans or scholarships)
57% of students receive loans
Average indebtedness: $112,249

Sources: US News Education and StartClass

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