Top-10 healthcare institutions choose CWRU nurses

a group of graduates at graduation in front of the stage

Case Western Reserve University nursing students get more clinical experience than just about any other nursing students in the country. Those 1,300+ clinical hours make a difference, too. Top hospitals in the nation know that our nurses are ready to care for patients immediately, and that they’re poised to become leaders in healthcare.

Within six months of graduation, 93% of CWRU nurses are working full-time, in graduate school or otherwise pursuing their goals. And they’re starting their careers in some of America’s most trusted and respected healthcare systems.

Where are recent CWRU nursing graduates working?
(Rankings per U.S. News & World Report, 2022)

  • Mayo Clinic, #1
  • NYU Langone, #3
  • Cleveland Clinic, #4
  • Johns Hopkins Hospital, #5 (tie)
  • UCLA, #5 (tie)
  • New York-Presbyterian Hospital, #7
  • Massachusetts General Hospital, #8
  • Northwestern Memorial Hospital, #9
  • Stanford Hospital, #10

Start your nursing career at the nation’s #5 nursing school. Then start your career at a top-10 healthcare system. 

Sounds like a smart way to start a big future in healthcare, don’t you think?