Each year, Ross University School of Medicine welcomes students from states across the US, including New Jersey, to medical school. Take a look at the facts and figures below to learn about how Ross connects with your home state.
NEW JERSEY BY THE NUMBERS
- 4.99% of RUSM students currently enrolled are from New Jersey.
- According to the 2019 AAMC State Physician Workforce Data Report, 38.2% of New Jersey’s active physicians graduated from an international medical school, ranking it 1st in the US.
Med Schools RESIDENCY New Jersey
As of 4/16/2020, 585 Current and former Ross graduates attained residencies in 24 disciplines. That same year, more than 22 Ross students earned residency positions at New Jersey hospitals/teaching facilities, including:
- Hoboken University Medical Center
- Monmouth Medical Center
- JFK Medical Center
- Rutgers University – Robert Wood Johnson
- Hackensack University Medical Center
WHERE DO OUR NEW JERSEY STUDENTS COME FROM?
From which schools did most of our New Jersey-area students graduate? See the top five below.
- Rutgers University, New Brunswick (37.86%)
- Rutgers University, Newark (4.29%)
- Montclair State University (3.57%)
- Stockton University (2.86%)
- Monmouth University (2.86%)
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