"I chose Baylor College of Medicine because it offers a combination of opportunity and affordability that is unmatched by other options for my graduate training.” – Patrick Mitchell
Our students receive a competitive stipend, full tuition remission, and individual health insurance at no cost to the student.
Students are only responsible for paying the matriculation, educational resource, graduation, and student services fees. International students pay an additional fee. More information available.
$34,500 for Academic Year 2020/21
Discover the city of Houston and see how our competitive stipend will take you further than most major cities across the country!
We are focused on the individual needs of our students. Therefore, teaching is not a requirement for earning a stipend. If you envision a future that includes teaching, you may choose to gain experience as teaching assistants for graduate courses as well as through other opportunities available to our students. If you do not want to teach, you have the freedom to focus exclusively on your education and research as well as working with mentors to take advantage of other Baylor resources that match your interests.
"I am from New York and find Houston to be a great city. There is so much diversity, lots of things to do a cost of living that is far lower than other major cities. I was a dancer and am a big proponent of the arts. I go the ballet and symphony a lot and the companies here are excellent.
It is obviously difficult to have a newborn in graduate school. But, the faculty and my fellow students have been so supportive. The health benefits and proximity to every type of sub-specialist have also been amazing."
Rachel Curry, Ph.D. Student
Student Health Insurance
The Graduate School pays the cost of student-only coverage for graduate students. This cost covers both a Medical and Dental PPO plan*. Graduate students are responsible for the cost of their eligible family members’ coverage.
For more information, please visit the Blue Cross Blue Shield website for Baylor College of Medicine.
*If a student waives out of the student health insurance plan, they will not receive a stipend increase.