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Powered by 2U, Yale School of Medicine Welcomes 43 Students to the Yale Physician Assistant Online Program

Posted on: 26 Feb 18
Powered by 2U, Yale School of Medicine Welcomes 43 Students to the Yale Physician Assistant Online Program

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LANHAM, Md., Feb. 26, 2018

LANHAM, Md., Feb. 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- 2U, Inc., a global leader in education technology, announced today that the Yale School of Medicine has welcomed an inaugural class of 43 students to its Yale Physician Assistant Online (Yale PA Online) Master of Medical Science program. The PA Online graduate program is a collaboration between 2U, Inc. and the Yale School of Medicine. 2U provides support in areas including technology and curriculum delivery. Yale PA Online enables talented, aspiring physician assistants from across the country to benefit from a Yale education while staying in their home communities. 

For more information on the program, please visit and for an article providing additional background on Yale PA Online, please visit:

About 2U, Inc. (NASDAQ: TWOU) 
2U partners with great colleges and universities to build what we believe is the world's best digital education. Our platform provides a comprehensive fusion of technology, services, and data architecture to transform high-quality and rigorous campus-based universities into the best digital versions of themselves. 2U's No Back Row® approach allows qualified students and working professionals around the world to experience a first-rate university education and successful outcomes. To learn more, visit 

Media contacts:
Shirley Chow, 2U, Inc.


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Last updated on: 26/02/2018

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