The Executive Management Fellowship is open to graduates from accredited MHA, MBA, MPH or other health career research-related professional programs approved by the dean.
The ideal candidate for the fellowship has completed a graduate course of study in business, public health or health care administration in preparation for a career in health care administration.
Individuals from other educational backgrounds who are interested in exploring the field of medical school administration are also encouraged to apply.
Program participants must comply with all university and medical school policies.
How to apply
The Executive Management Fellowship application cycles every two years. Applications for the 2020-22 fellowship will be due in October 2019 (exact date TBD).
Please submit all application materials through the National Administrative Fellowship Centralized Application Service (NAFCAS). NAFCAS streamlines applications for administrative fellowships.
Include the following materials with your application:
- Current resume of work, professional and academic achievement
- Three letters of recommendation from academic sponsors
- Official undergraduate and graduate transcripts for all schools attended
- Personal statement, no longer than two pages, addressing the reasons for your interest in the fellowship program and how the experience relates to your career goals
Incomplete applications and those received after the application deadline may not be considered.
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