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Atlantis MCAT Fellowship

 
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MCAT Fellowship Overview

The Atlantis MCAT Fellowship is a competitive MCAT prep & physician shadowing program with placements in Europe or South America in summer 2018 (May-August). Atlantis MCAT is possibly the best-value high-touch program of its kind in the United States. You will receive 60-80 hours of MCAT instruction on the 4-week program and over 120 hours in the 8-week program. Our proprietary curriculum and world-class instructors teach you the content and test-taking strategies you need to know to improve your score potential dramatically. Going abroad allows you to focus on your prep. You will also have the opportunity to shadow for 40+ hours on your program. Applications are now open. 

Who's teaching?

Former test takers that have scored in the 90th percentile, have been accepted to medical school, and have taken the new MCAT. The instruction you will receive while on an MCAT Fellowship will be second to none. Not only that, the curriculum is developed by an MD candidate that scored in the 99th percentile on the new MCAT. If you're getting ready to tackle one of the most intimidating tests on earth, an MCAT Fellowship is a great way to jumpstart your preparations and beat the test. 

What else?

  • 80 hrs of MCAT prep
  • All students receive all AAMC online practice resources
  • Curriculum will address high-yield science topics
  • Students will be self-testing using AAMC Full length practice tests, the most representative practice tests.
 

What's Included?

Hospital placement : We will arrange your hospital and doctor shadowing program. Specialty options vary by location and you will usually be shadowing one-to-one with a doctor or in pairs with another Fellow. Observing surgical procedures is not guaranteed. You will have the option before your program to choose your leading preferences for specialties in your hospital, but we cannot guarantee you will be able to see your preferred specialties. 

Pre-med Advising: A core part of our program is providing world-class advising and resources to our students before, during, and up to two years after your program. Our Washington, D.C. team and your on-program staff are picked to provide top quality one-on-one and group advising. 

Housing: We arrange your program housing and you will live with other students on your program. Housing varies depending on availability, but usually you will share a room with one or two Fellows in a university dorm, hostel, or hotel.

24/7 Staff Support: Our trained international team is available 24/7 to help you in your city.

Excursions: Our international team will coordinate a number of fun trips with your groups, usually on Fridays, to nearby areas. 

Travel Health Insurance: We provide travel health insurance to help cover any medical expenses you incur abroad.

Arrival/Departure: We do not do airport pickup in most locations. However, our programs team in Washington, D.C. will thoroughly prepare you for the logistics of planning your travel. 

Partial Meals: We provide two group dinners per week (usually Monday and Wednesday), lunch on excursion days, and light breakfast.

 

 
 

Dates

The Atlantis MCAT Fellowship has various start dates in summer 2018. The MCAT program is 4 or 8 weeks. Program start dates vary by city, and if accepted you will have the opportunity to review open programs and select a start date that works for your schedule. 

Fees

If accepted, your enrollment fee is $900 USD and is due within two weeks of acceptance. This nonrefundable fee reserves your placement and serves as a housing deposit. A separate program fee will be $4940 or more depending on the length of program you choose and city. If you have concerns about financing before applying, please contact our Admissions team at any time. Flights are not included.

How to Apply

Our online application takes about 20-30 minutes to complete.  Our team in Washington D.C. reviews applications in the order received and will then follow-up for an interview if application is approved.  No application fee.

 
 

Hear from Alumni

 
 
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The trek into medicine can be an arduous undertaking. The distinctive experience offered by the Atlantis Project can serve to validate and invigorate your desire to enter the medical field. ... [It is] an opportunity unlike any other.
— George Bugarinovic, Harvard Medical School M.D. '20
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Joining the Atlantis Project was one of the best decisions of my life. It was definitely a life-changing experience and one that I have consisently talked about in my medical school essays and interviews.
— Jessica Sheu, Rice University '16