Well, considering that AB effectively acts as an agent, I'm not surprised that their website states this. That however does not necessarily make it true.PathOne said:If you're US citizen, it's a no go. Irish schools participating in Atlantic Bridge clearly states, that if you're US you MUST apply through AB. Conversely, Irish and EU students obviously CAN'T apply through AB, but must apply directly to school (or rather, through central Irish app office).
Newman8r said:I talked to the person who I believe is in charge of the program recently, the program sounds pretty competitive.
It was something like 1 in 14 applicants is accepted... I'm wondering if this is because a lot of the applicants are right out of high school or lack any real qualifications or experience. Does anyone here know how competitive it really is?
If you have done well in undergrad (but haven't completed ytour degree), have clinical experience and community service, as well as research - are your chances still really about 1 in 14?
I'm thinking of applying this next september, any input would be great, thanks