University of Texas Southwestern Medical Centre


The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Centre is the biggest medical school in the University of Texas system as a public health science centre in Dallas. The university follows a three-part mission; educating leaders in the field, conducting research and treating patients.

The university is spread over 230 acres with a South and North campus. The South has several research towers and an energy plant, while the North campus also has a number of buildings, including a BioCentre and the Paul M. Bass Administrative and Clinical Centre. Both are connected with an elevated campus connector. Including all administrative, clinical, and educational buildings and laboratories, the total space under the university goes up to 387 acres.

The 3,692 academic staff includes 7 Nobel Laureates and 26 members of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS).

It has an endowment of over US$1.82 billion and a budget of US$3.4 billion. It is comprised of three institutions; UT Southwestern Medical School, UT Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, and UT Southwestern School of Health Professions.


This university admits approximately 230 students yearly and has around 2,235 students. There are an additional 3,255 postgraduates.

The average acceptance rate is 7.7%, while the Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) has a 15% rate for those aiming for an MD or PhD.

Annually, the university trains around 3,700 medical professionals on all levels.


The institute has campus housing that gives priority to students in degree-granting programs, known as the Southwestern Medical Park Apartments.

There are 282 units in total, with 120 being two-bedroom and two-bathroom units and 162 one-bedroom and one-bathroom units. There are several facilities, including central air and heat, basic cable, washers and dryers, kitchen appliances, ceiling fans and an alarm system.

The community also has a leasing centre with a public safety officer outside around the clock, along with a fitness centre, clubhouse, gazebo, pool and shuttle service that transports students to the university campus.

However, the apartments are unfurnished with no pets allowed, and students must pay all utility bills.


  • Ranked #48 internationally by Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).
  • Ranked #8 in Human Biological Sciences globally by ARWU.
  • Ranked #13 in Biological Sciences by ARWU globally.
  • Ranked #1 globally in Top Healthcare Institutions and Top Healthcare Institutions in the Life Sciences by Nature Index.
  • Ranked #5 globally in Urology and Nephrology by the Centre for World University Rankings.
  • Ranked #7 nationally in the Physician Assistant category by US News and World Report (USNWR).
  • Ranked #8 in the world in Endocrinology and Metabolism by USNWR.


University of Texas Southwestern Medical Centre
5323 Harry Hines Blvd, Dallas, TX 75390, United States

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