We are currently not accepting applications for the 2023-2024 academic year.
We are delighted that you are considering the University of Cincinnati’s graduate program in medical physics.
There is a simple two-step process to follow in order to successfully apply to the program:
Materials submitted online and/or directly to the University of Cincinnati Graduate School.
- Online application, including:
- Personal statement of intent (academic goals & objectives),
- Three (3) letters of recommendation from physics faculty or employers.
- For those who graduated more than two years ago, please submit a CV or resume, detailing your occupation and activities since graduation. CV is optional for current students or recent graduates.
- Online application fee
- Test scores:
- GRE General
- GRE Physics (highly recommended)
- Apply online at grad.uc.edu/admissionsThis link opens in a new window.
Materials submitted directly to the program.
Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions you have attended must be sent by the Registrar’s Office of each institution to the postal address below:Michael Lamba, PhD
Admissions, Graduate Program in Medical Physics
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Department of Radiation Oncology
234 Goodman Street, ML 0757
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0757
Application deadline is February 1 for Fall admissions of the current year.
This program participates in the national Council of Graduate Schools. resolution for an admission decision date of April 15.
The sooner you apply for financial aid considerations, the better off you will be. Information for financial aid planning information can be found at:
All first-year students are strongly encouraged to ensure that they establish Ohio residency one year prior to beginning the second year of studies, so they will be eligible for in-state tuition rates for their second year. Read more about Ohio state residency at the UC Registrar website.
All applicants are strongly encouraged to explore and apply for loans, other scholarships and grants available through the University of Cincinnati and other sources