International applicants: Make sure to read all of the information for Prospective International Students on the Office of Admissions website.
(1) Complete and submit the online application to the UF Graduate School.
Under the Academic Program Information section:
- Degree goal = “Master’s”
- Program of study = “Medical Sciences:”
- Program specialization* = “Health Outcomes and Implementation Science” (if you are applying to the M.S. in Medical Sciences with a concentration in Health Outcomes and Implementation Science) –OR– “Biomedical Informatics” (if you are applying to the M.S. in Medical Sciences with a concentration in Biomedical Informatics).
*Note: Program specialization is marked as optional, however this field must be completed in order for the department to associate your application with its concentration.
Statement of Purpose:
Describe your career goals and how a M.S. in Medical Sciences with a concentration in Health Outcomes and Implementation Science or Biomedical Informatics is important to achieving those goals.
Under the College Information and Activities section:
Use the “Upload Resume” button to upload a CV/resume.
Use the “Upload Other” button to upload a single cover letter document (3 page maximum) that includes:
- a brief overview of your background
- a description of your prior research experience with a focus on your most significant experiences
- your current status (e.g., whether you are currently an undergraduate who is graduating this year, a medical student, resident physician, fellow, graduate student in another program, faculty, etc.)
- your reasons for applying to the program
(2) Submit three letters of recommendation using the UF Graduate School Online Recommendation Requests within the Graduate School online application system.
Requests for letters of recommendation from UF faculty and staff should be accompanied by the UF Release for Letter of Recommendation form. Applicants are strongly encouraged to include at least one letter from a research mentor.
Faculty and Physicians in Residency or Fellowship Programs: In addition to the three letters of recommendation, letters of support from the applicant’s Department Chair and Division Chief (if applicable) are also required. These letters must guarantee sufficient protected time to participate in the program and provide an evaluation of the applicant’s potential for success in the program. Submit using the UF Graduate School Online Recommendations Requests within the Graduate School online application system.
(3) Submit the UF application fee payment following the instructions provided by the UF Office of Admissions.
(4) Arrange to have official test scores (MCAT, IELTS, MELAB, TOEFL) sent to the UF Office of Admissions following the instructions provided by the Office of Admissions.
Beginning in Fall 2021, GRE scores are optional for applicants to master’s programs in the Department of Health Outcomes & Biomedical Informatics.
(5) Arrange to have official transcripts for prior degree programs sent to the UF Office of Admissions following the instructions provided by the Office of Admissions.
International Applicants: If the language of instruction at the institutions you attended was not English, you must also provide an official literal (exact) English translation of your native language transcripts.
(6) Notify us that you have submitted your application by e-mailing HOBI-Education@ad.ufl.edu with the subject “M.S. Application Submitted.”
For questions and other information, contact: HOBI-Education@ad.ufl.edu.