The MCiM program will accept applications for the 2025-2026 cohort starting on September 2024 (official date coming soon). Candidates who are accepted into the upcoming 2025-2026 cohort will begin their studies on campus in June 2025 (summer quarter).

Our program runs from summer quarter through spring quarter, for a full year (12 months). We are a cohort-based program with a set curriculum, meaning students are not able to begin the program off-cycle. 

Because MCiM starts in June 2025, you will be selecting the entry term Summer 2024-2025 to be considered for the 2025-26 cohort. Candidates must submit their application for the MCiM program via the Stanford graduate application portal.

Our MCiM staff team is always available for prospective applications with questions. Please reach out to us at; someone from our team will respond to you within a few days.

Steps To Apply

Please review each step outlined below as you prepare to submit your application for the MCiM program.

1. Ensure you meet minimum eligibility requirements to participate in a Stanford graduate program.

2. Review the application materials and requirements. We recommend getting a jump start on requesting letters of recommendations in preparation of your application.

3. Attend a MCiM information session, or watch a recording. Our program also hosts events throughout the year, these provide a interested individuals with a insight into our program and what our student body looks like. By joining the MCiM mailing list you can receive direct invitations to these events! 

4. You will submit all required application materials via the Stanford Graduate Admissions application portal, including transcripts, CV, essay responses, and the names and contact information of individuals who will provide your letters of recommendation. Candidates may save and return to work on their application via the portal.

5. Ensure all required application materials are submitted by the admission round deadlines.  Please note this includes our program having received all letters of recommendation.

6. After you have submitted your application, you can check on your application status via your Stanford Graduate Admissions application portal. You decision letters will be posted to your portal by the listed dates.

Learn more about university application requirements, policies, and general information at the Stanford Graduate Admissions website.

Understanding the MCiM Student Body

MCiM is a unique program in that we look to select a cohort that spans across disciplines, backgrounds, experience levels and technical knowledge. Our program values and celebrates diversity as we create a cohort experience that allows you to work with colleagues with clinical backgrounds, IT, management, business consulting and more. You can learn more about our student body by catching up on our current cohort.

MCiM students:

  •  Are proven and emerging leaders within their fields
  • Demonstrate clear ties to the three content areas of MCiM--medicine, business and technology
  • Have a clear "why"  or passion for them to pursue MCiM
  • Demonstrate the ability to collaborate with faculty, guest speakers, and leadership at an extremely high level. They exhibit strong personal drive and academic curiosity
  • Are excited to solve the current challenges of the health system; have a keen interest in raising the quality and efficiency of care 
  • Seek to advance diversity, equity and inclusiveness in health care– locally, regionally and globally