Frequently Asked Questions | Overview
No, we do not arrange for student housing. It is each student's responsibility to establish his or her own housing.
Yes. Students who are not accepted in the first round are automatically placed on a waiting list. If an accepted student declines the offer, opening a slot in the program, waitlisted students are contacted to determine if they are still interested in participating in the program.
If you have a pressing issue that necessitates knowing your acceptance status before the announcement date, you may contact the program coordinator to explain your situation. We will do our best to update you on the current status of your application.
If you attend an institution that has a different grading system, please arrange for a copy of your transcript to be mailed or emailed to the program coordinator.
A CV, or curriculum vitae, is a written description of your work experience, educational background, and skills. Very similar to a resume, it is commonly used by individuals seeking an academic position at a college or university, or in a hospital setting.
Your exact start and end dates will be determined by you and your mentor. Although participation in the program requires an eight-week commitment between June and August, you may work out a mutually agreeable schedule with your mentor.
Yes. There will be a number of scheduled activities in which you may choose to participate. Please refer to the information provided on the about the program page.