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NRMP Fellowship Application Secrets – You Should Know This

Making Your NRMP Fellowship Application a Success

nrmp fellowshipThe National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) or the Match is the organization that will compare your preferences for a gastroenterology fellowship place against the preferences that those programs have for the applicants. It was developed in 1952 as a non-profit organization to deliver a fair method of matching candidates and programs together. As well as matching residents it can also provide a matching service for fellowships through its specialties matching service (SMS).
But the NRMP SMS service is not the only side to the story. It only runs the algorithm to deliver your match and does not provide you with an application process or the programs with your personal information. This is done through ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service) which is run through the AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges). This is where you lodge your application information and make your program selections.

What Are the Requirements for Your Fellowship Applications

If you have already completed your residency training then you are able to apply for a fellowship program as long as you meet their specific requirements for training prerequisites. You should always check specific programs as to what their specific requirements are to avoid disappointment at a later date.
As long as you meet the specific requirements for a fellowship then you can begin your process by creating your application within ERAS. This process for fellowships starts at the beginning of June when you can gain your token from the EFDO (ERAS Fellowship Documents Office); this allows you to create your AAMC account and MyERAS login. It is through MyERAS that you will upload all of your requirements and make your applications.
The main documents and information that you will be required to input are:

  • The MyERAS fellowship application form; contains a lot of information direct from your resume.
  • A personal statement; you can actually create multiple statements tailored to each program and then assign them when you make your application.
  • Define the authors for your Letters of Recommendation (LoR). You will then pass a personalized request to the author to upload a letter into your ERAS account for you. You can have as many authors as you like and then select which you will use for each application.
  • Medical transcripts and MSPE will need to be uploaded through the Dean’s office.
  • You have to access the uploading of your United States Medical Licensing Examination results (USMLE).
  • For overseas applicants a ECFMG status report will be required (Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates)

All of this information will need to be uploaded and you will need to confirm that you are complete before you will be able to actually begin the process of making applications through ERAS.

There are two main rounds of applications that can be made through ERAS for fellowships. You will be able to research and then apply to your chosen programs from the following dates for those cycles of applications:

  • July 15th for the July Application Cycle
  • December 1st for the December Application Cycle

NRMP Fellowship Timeline

Unlike the residency application process there are many different dates for the different specialties that you could apply to a resident. So you will always need to go to the NRMP website to check their master calendar to confirm the specific dates for your applications. However all of them will follow this structure:

  • Match Opens; this is the date from which you can register for the Match in your specialty area.
  • Rank Order List Opens; This is the date from which you can submit your rank order listing to show which application is your most preferred.
  • Quota Change Deadline; this is the deadline that must be met for any quota changes.
  • Rank Order List deadline; this is the last date on which you can submit your list.
  • Match day; this is the day that the program will be run and your match announced.

There is typically around a 3 to 5 month period from opening through to the actual match depending on the specialty that you are applying to through ERAS.

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