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Tuition and Key Dates

Each semester students rotate through 3 medical specialties with the help of medical student mentors

The Premedskl program

Key Dates

PreMedSKL offers several options for students to start learning about what it really means to become a doctor. The program is segmented into three regular semesters including Winter (which runs January to March), Spring (April to June), and Fall (October to December); and two Summer semesters (July and August) where students can work through the program courses within a compressed timeline.

Winter 2024

Dec. 22, 2023

Jan. 8 to Mar. 29, 2024

Applications closed

Spring 2024

Mar. 25, 2024

Apr. 8 to Jun. 28, 2024

Summer 1 2024 (July)

Jun. 24, 2024

Jul. 8 to Aug. 2, 2024

Summer 2 2024 (August)

Jul. 22, 2024

Aug. 5 to Aug. 30, 2024

Fall 2024

Sep. 16, 2024

Sep. 30 to Dec. 20, 2024

Spring 2024

Neurology, Pediatrics, Gastroenterology

Apr. 8 to Jun. 28, 2024
Application Deadline: Mar. 25, 2024

Summer 1 2024

Gastroenterology, Family Medicine, Endocrinology

Jul. 8 to Aug. 2, 2024
Application Deadline: Jun. 24, 2024

Summer 2 2024

Neurology, Cardiology, Internal Medicine

Aug. 5 to Aug. 30, 2024
Application Deadline: Jul. 22, 2024

Fall 2024

Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Emergency Medicine

Sep. 30 to Dec. 20, 2024
Application Deadline: Sep. 16, 2024

The Premedskl program

Tuition Pricing Breakdown

PreMedSKL offers three regular semesters and two condensed summer semesters. Each semester, students will have the opportunity to review the basics of medicine and explore three medical specialities. The regular semesters (Winter, Spring, Fall) are each 12 weeks long. The summer semesters (Summer 1 & Summer 2), are each 4 weeks long. Students who pay for the Full Year program will be enrolled into three consecutive semesters based on their choice of starting semester (for example a student who applies for Spring 2024 and pays for the Full Year, will be enrolled for Spring 2024, Fall 2024, and Winter 2025).

Single Semester

$2995 USD

$1032 USD/mo

Full Year

(consisting of three consecutive regular semesters)

$6995 USD

$2432 USD/mo

Single Summer Semester

$2995 USD

$1032 USD/mo

Full Summer Program

(consisting of the two summer semesters)

$5090 USD

$1764 USD/mo

Single Semester

Price1 : $2995 USD
3-Month Payment Plan2 : $1032 USD/mo

Full Year

(consisting of three consecutive regular semesters)

Price1 : $6995 USD
3-Month Payment Plan2 : $2432 USD/mo

Single Summer Semester

Price1 : $2995 USD
3-Month Payment Plan2 : $1032 USD/mo

Full Summer Program

(consisting of the two summer semesters)

Price1 : $5090 USD
3-Month Payment Plan2 : $1764 USD/mo

  1. All $ amounts are in United States Dollars. Price does not include taxes. Prices subject to change ↩︎
  2. With the 3-month payment plan, the first payment will occur when payment information is submitted, with the subsequent payments occurring next month, and the month following that ↩︎
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Together our leading doctors and medical students will give you the powerful success strategies, mindset training, personal accountability and support you need to become a FutureMD!

What others are saying about PreMedSKL

I love the program and I love the people who are in it. I can tell that PreMedSKL does a really good job at picking out mentors who are nurturing and who care about the next generation of people who want to go into medicine. I really enjoy the coaching sessions with Dr. Sharma… he pushed us to do better and to participate even if we don’t say the right answer. I really appreciate that.

Keila Elyasi

PreMedSKL Student
The mentors are amazing, I love how we can see them multiple times and really get to know them. They give really great advice in terms of applying to residency, time management, and what to expect in medical school. I really enjoyed having the ability to talk to the mentors on a weekly basis.

Clio Smith

PreMedSKL Student
PreMedSKL makes the goal seem not so unreachable. Hearing from the med students and learning about the different specialties makes it feel like [becoming a doctor] is not a crazy, unattainable, out of reach goal. It’s allowed me to focus more on doing the things that will help me reach that goal and become a good doctor.

Mahala English

PreMedSKL Student