Global Mentorship Program
Online Learning Program
Students get a unique opportunity to work with top professors in the world.
Get mentored in STEAM subjects, Humanities, and many other emerging topics. Learn hands-on with a professor the fundamentals of any topic and put them to practice.
This program allows students to extend and apply their academic knowledge outside the classroom.
In addition to completing a research project or writing/publishing a paper, students can earn a letter of recommendation (at the professor’s discretion) - an important part of future applications and the employment process!
Work 1 on 1 with a top professor, researcher, and postdoc at a university.
Build an impressive portfolio for top university placements.
Become familiar with university-level courses and research methods.
Make yourself stand out from the competition.
A chance to learn from elite university faculty.
You will be challenged to improve your abilities, skills, and knowledge.
Boost your profile
Build a global profile that can strongly differentiate when applying to Ivy League / Top Global Universities.
An opportunity to earn a letter of recommendation from the professors.
Learn from top professors
Opportunity to work 1 on 1 with a top UK and US university. professor/researcher/postdoc.
Team of 100+ mentors from top US and UK universities with 40 years of experience.
Acceptance from elite universities like Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Oxford, Cambridge, Columbia, Dartmouth, Brown, LSE, KCL, Johns Hopkins, UPenn, Swarthmore, Notre Dame, UIUC, and NYU, sometimes with a full or partial scholarship.
Practical implementation of the theoretical concepts taught. Familiarize yourself with university-level courses and research methods.
Global learning in 20+ subjects & topics such as Business, Economics, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, History, Literature, Psychology, Accounting, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, AI, Machine Learning, etc.
Type of Mentorship Programs
Get 24-hour support from a dedicated program coordinator.
Learn from your mentor to increase your knowledge set and level of expertise within the subject you wish to study.
Independent Research Project
Work on a new research project/publication decided upon by you or together with your mentor, and publish it in a youth science journal.
In less common cases when agreed upon by student and mentor during sessions, work as an assistant or collaborator on one of the mentor's current projects.