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Emergency Medicine Program - UCLA

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age icon 14-18 years old

time icon 2 weeks

book icon Weekly hours: 27

Embark on an exhilarating journey with our program on campus at UCLA, where you'll climb into the heart of emergency medical response.

  • Guided by an experienced EMT Clinical Instructor, you'll gain hands-on skills in managing emergency situations, offering a unique insight into the fast-paced world of medical first responders.
  • This program isn't just about learning; it's an immersive experience that lets you step into the shoes of an EMT.
  • Additionally, living on the UCLA campus, you'll savor the authentic college experience, blending academic learning with a taste of university life.
  • This is your chance to dive into a vital healthcare field, gaining invaluable skills and perspectives, while also getting a feel for life at one of the world's leading universities.

Join us for an unforgettable educational adventure that combines practical skills with campus living.

This program is not run by the campus partners. Universities and their affiliated departments are not responsible for this program in any way.

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UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

For the second year in a row, UCLA has been ranked #1 among top public universities in the U.S. and 20th overall in national university standing, according to U.S. News & World Report. Its premiere location and elite academic status complement the experience well to create one of the best educational opportunities for college-bound teens.

What's Included

Full Board - Residential Students:

  • Includes: all meals, lodging, excursions, academic course, weekend excursions, application fee $99, Emergency Medicine supplement fee $250

  • Excludes: optional airport pickup and drop off service (available for an additional fee)

Day Course - Commuter Students:

  • Includes: lunch, academic course, excursions, programming from 9am to 6pm, Monday-Friday, application fee $99, Emergency Medicine supplement fee $250

  • Excludes: lodging, breakfast, dinner, and weekend excursions (Weekend excursions can be added on for $125 per day)


Diverse Discovery! Activities and sights to suit every interest await in the vibrant surroundings:

  • Soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Lawn games, and more.


  • Accommodation in double or triple rooms, with triples being more common.

  • Rooms equipped with shared bathrooms.

  • Gender-specific housing, with separate rooms for different genders.

  • Room amenities include Twin XL beds, desks, drawers, a mirror, and a closet.

  • Basic linen package provided, including sheets, blanket, pillow, pillowcase, and bath towel.

  • Most meals served in the on-campus dining hall.

  • Wide food selection catering to various diets: vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, kosher, halal, and specific food allergies.


  • Griffith Park/Observatory: Panoramic views of L.A. and the Hollywood sign, hiking on Mt. Hollywood Trail.
  • Ovation Hollywood: Explore the complex at Hollywood Blvd and Highland Ave, visit the Walk of Fame.
  • Beverly Gardens Park & Rodeo Drive: See the "Beverly Hills" sign, optional stroll on Rodeo Drive.
  • Santa Monica Pier & Sunset: Experience the pier's amusement park and shops, stay for a sunset.
  • The Grove & Farmers Market: Visit open-air retail and restaurants, explore the Farmers Market.
  • Amusement Park Visit: Enjoy a day at a local park like Six Flags or Knott's Berry Farm.
  • Educational Excursions: All students visit a simulation center for hands-on practice in stitching, suturing, intubation, and BLS skills led by leading medical trainers.


  • Group airport transfers: $95 each way.

  • Transfers outside of the official group pick-up and drop-off time window: $195 each way

Arrivals During Flight Window:

  • Greeted by campus staff.

  • Stay at the airport with staff until the flight window closes and all students have arrived.

  • Transported to campus after the flight window ends.

  • No immediate meeting by staff; must wait for the official arrival window.

  • For late arrivals(within reason), for those that pay a transfer fee will be met at the airport.

General Departure Information:

  • Students who opt for departure transfer (with a $95 fee) will arrive at the airport at maximum 10:00am.

  • Suitable for flights departing at 12:00pm or later.

  • With additional fee, there might be service for flights departing before 12:00pm.

Lesson Plan

Program Overview:

  • Learn a variety of practical skills such as taking vitals, placing a splint, basic first aid, suturing, stopping a bleed, performing CPR.
  • Immerse yourself in the hospital setting and medical simulation lab, where you'll be able to apply your knowledge in mock scenarios, and observe where healthcare students and faculty hone and refine their life-saving skills
  • Gain valuable insight into diverse educational and career opportunities in medicine and healthcare.
  • Work in teams to research, diagnose, and develop a treatment plan for simulated patients.
  • Apply your newfound knowledge by participating in a mock disaster scenario where you'll have to triage and care for simulated injured patients.

Course Schedule:

  • First week:
    • - Learn to take vital signs and perform CPR.
      • Practice key wilderness medicine techniques.
      • Visit a simulation lab used for training and evaluating medical students and faculty.
  • Second week:
      • Engage in a mass casualty incident simulation.
      • Apply skills in triaging and stabilizing victims.
  • Teaching Method:
      • Experiential learning approach for rapid engagement.
      • Instructor introduces underlying theories and concepts.
      • Hands-on experience in supporting, diagnosing, and treating patients.
  • 6 hours of Enrichment Electives

Sample Tutors

Violet Bagni - EMT Clinical Instructor at UCLA:

  • Teaches the fundamentals of emergency medicine.

  • 20 years of experience educating her team members and nurses in emergency technical procedures, skill reviews, and up to date patient care treatment.


  • Airport Shuttle service: $95 (Each way)

  • Registration fee: $99

  • Emergency Medicine supplement fee: $250 (Included in course fee)

  • Pocket Money: We suggest an extra $100 per week.


Criteria for Admission:

  • Vaccination Requirements: May be necessary for in-person programs, depending on university policies.

  • Academic requirements:

    • For students entering grades 9-12

    • A grade point average of 3.0 (or equivalent)

  • English Proficiency for International Students: Telephone interview or minimum test scores:

    • TOEFL: 490 (paper) or 60 (iBT).

    • Cambridge: PET-Distinction or FCE-C.

    • SAT: 450 in Reading/Writing.

  • Decisions are emailed within 7 to 10 business days after application review.


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