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Yale University Campus, USA

Medicine and Disease Program - Yale University

About the provider: "Premium" - Top pre-college experience creator, accredited by BAC, British Council, has won The Queen's Award for Enterprise

age icon 16-18 years old

time icon 2 weeks

book icon Weekly hours: 18

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Discover the future of medicine with our 'Curing the Future' course, tailored for aspiring medical professionals!

  • Immerse yourself in the world of medical research and practice at our summer school, exploring cutting-edge fields like genetics, neuroscience, and emergency medicine.
  • Benefit from expert guidance as you delve into biomedical research, enhanced by visits to university labs and simulation centres. This comprehensive program not only offers practical insights into careers in surgery, nursing, and allied health, but also provides valuable strategies for navigating medical school applications.

This program is provided by a leading independent provider of summer schools in the UK, on the campus of the Yale University.


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Location

  • Your program takes place at a residential college on the campus of Yale University, an institution dedicated to sharing knowledge, inspiring innovation, and training the next generation of world leaders. 

  • Experience authentic undergraduate life as you sleep in student bedrooms, socialize in a college buttery, and explore Yale’s astounding campus.

What's Included

  • Residential on the prestigious campus of Yale University

  • Inspiring courses taught by experts

  • International student community with over 170 nationalities represented since 2004

  • Accommodation, breakfast and dinner, tuition and cultural programmes included

  • Graduation, report cards and certificate

  • Maximum 15 students per class

  • 17.5 hours of tuition per week

  • Inspirational cultural programmes

Activities

  • Uncover Yale's hidden gems from the renowned Yale University Art Gallery to boutique shopping and intriguing museums like the Knights of Columbus Museum and the New Haven Art Museum.
  • Delve into the mystery of the Voynich manuscript at Yale's Beinecke Library, challenging linguists and cryptographers alike.

Accommodations

  • Experience authentic undergraduate life on the Yale University campus

  • Accommodation includes single en-suite rooms

  • Meals Included: Course fees cover breakfast and dinner; lunch provided for under 16 years.

  • Dietary Requirements: Inform us 60 days prior for specific needs like vegetarian, Kosher, or Halal options, and for any medical dietary needs like lactose intolerance or food allergies.

  • Pocket Money Advice: Bring sufficient funds for snacks, drinks, and souvenirs. Budget around £150 weekly, including approximately £10 daily for lunches (ages 16-18).

Excursions

  • Embark on a trip to New York City, taking in iconic landmarks from the Statue of Liberty to Central Park and Grand Central Station.
  • Create lasting memories and capture Instagram-worthy moments in the Big Apple’s most famous locales.

Transportation

We offer a reassuring transfer service in the UK and USA.

Arrival Support:

  • Staff present at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) on specific dates and times for student pickup.

  • Flights must land between 07:00 AM and 15:00 PM EDT.

  • Multiple transport options: private taxi, shared taxi, minibus, or coach.

Departure Support:

  • Staff available at JFK on set dates for departure assistance.

  • Flights should depart between 08:00 AM and 17:00 PM EDT.

  • Early morning flights include wake-up calls and packed breakfast.

  • Campus exit by 12:00 PM EDT on departure day.

Transfer Prices: Approximately $370 one-way for both arrival and departure transfers, with comprehensive services included.

Notes for parents and students:

  • Arrival day for all programs: Sunday (Check specific program dates for correct Sunday)

  • Arrival time: Between 15:00 and 17:00 (Arrival before 17:00 for welcome reception is recommended)

Lesson Plan

  • 36 hours of tuition
  • Learn from globally recognized educators including Oxbridge academics and industry leaders.
  • Course outcomes:
    • Identify the varied career professions in medicine and their requirements
    • Learn about medicine from the perspectives of both research and practice
    • Gain invaluable insight into what it takes to work in the medical profession
    • Strengthen critical thinking, collaboration and communication skills
  • On completion, students receive a graduation certificate and a detailed report card.

English language requirements are as follows:

  • Minimum strong pre-intermediate level (B1) for all academic programs

Example Tutors:

Dr. Claire Keene - Celebrated public health clinician:

  • Masters in International Health and Tropical Medicine from the University of Oxford.
  • Experienced clinical trial manager, recently managing a Médecins Sans Frontières project on HIV and tuberculosis.

Dr. Abdulazeez Imam - Medical educator:

  • Has over 14 years of clinical experience and a strong commitment to medical education.
  • Completed a 6 year Paediatric programme in Nigeria and is currently studying for a PhD at the University of Oxford.
  • MSc in Epidemiology and Biostatistics from the University of Leeds.

Ian Forrester - Biology and healthcare expert:

  • Dedicated his time and expertise to helping young people excel in their studies.
  • Enthusiastic about working with international students and sharing his expertise in the fields of medicine, biology, and healthcare.

Andile Dube - Medicine: - MRes candidate in Surgical Sciences at St John’s College, University of Oxford. - Experience in Patient Safety (NHS-UK), Public Sector Patient Care, Global Health, and Medical Technology Innovations. - Interests include medical research, healthcare economics, and healthcare equity advocacy. - Pursuing an MBA at Said Business School, focusing on healthcare financial services and strategies.

Guest speakers from previous summers:

  • David Olusoga - Historian, writer and broadcaster: Historian and TV producer known for "Empire" and "Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners."
  • Helen Sharman - OBE Astronaut and Scientist: First British astronaut, spent eight days on MIR Space Station in 1991.
  • Kriti Sharma - Artificial Intelligence Expert: Focused on ethical technology and AI for Social Good in over 25 countries.
  • Marcus du Sautoy - Mathematician, author and broadcaster: Holding positions at Oxford and known for works like "The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think" and BBC broadcasts on algorithms.

Extras

  • JFK to Yale campus: £330 one-way

  • Yale campus to JFK: £330 one-way

  • Lunches for ages 16-18: approximately $15 per day

  • Travel insurance


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Session Dates

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June - Boarding

Start 6/30/2024
End 7/13/2024
Duration 2 Weeks
Price $7,890

July - Boarding

Start 7/14/2024
End 7/27/2024
Duration 2 Weeks
Price $7,890

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