Match Day Ends Suspense For KU Medical Students

Match Day Ends Suspense For KU Medical Students


University of Kansas School of Medicine students completing medical school found out on March 18th where they will serve their residencies. At the annual Match Day ceremonies in Kansas City and Wichita, 164 students opened letters with the results from the National Resident Matching Program. The 58-year-old Match Day program is designed as a way to assign medical school seniors to their residencies, which can last from three to seven years. Seniors pick their specialties, interview at programs and make lists of where they would like to train. The programs scrutinize applicants and make their picks to fill openings. A computer matches program with applicant after evaluating the preferences of each. For more information, visit:

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