- Nov. 15 - Free online application system opens. There is no application fee! View application process.
- March 1 - Early Review Deadline. Applications received by this date will be considered for early review and are strongly encouraged.
- The final deadline for application is May 15.
- Last week of July-Orientation
- First Monday of August - Classes begin.
NO Application Fee! GRE NOT required.*
*GRE scores are optional
GSBS Statement on COVID19 Impacts on Admissions Review
The Baylor College of Medicine Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is aware of the severe challenges and impacts the COVID-19 pandemic has caused for students learning in higher education settings. We encourage students with all backgrounds and a passion for biomedical sciences and health equity to apply. Thereby, we will address the COVID19 pandemic in the following manner as it relates to admissions reviews.
The program and central admissions committees of the GSBS will take into account the significant disruptions and challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic when reviewing all candidate's application materials as part of these programs' ongoing practice of conducting specific, thorough, and holistic reviews of each applicant. We will continue our mission of seeking applicants with the motivation and commitment to graduate school.
As our admissions committees review applications for future admissions cycles, we will respect decisions made by individual students and/or by their academic institutions with regard to the enrollment in or adoption of Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Pass/No Record, Credit/No Credit, Pass/Fail and other similar grading options during the pandemic disruptions. Applicants are invited to describe their individual experiences during the pandemic within their personal statement to provide context of their academic experience to assist admissions committees with their reviews.
The Graduate School at Baylor College of Medicine is committed to ensuring equal access to its educational opportunities for students with diagnosed disabilities. Our Student Disability Services offers a range of services to facilitate reasonable academic accommodations to support our students. Our student disability coordinator can help provide appropriate services and accommodations to students with diagnosed disabilities or special physical conditions to facilitate their full participation in and timely completion of their graduate academic program. Candidates who wish to request accommodations should do so in advance by contacting Student Disability Services.
Notice of Nondiscrimination
Baylor College of Medicine is committed to a safe and supportive learning and working environment for its learners, faculty and staff.