Fellowship Training Programs in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology (CCEP)
The CCEP subspecialty uses the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP)
For CCEP (Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology) Fellowships with a start date of July 2021
ERAS participating CCEP programs - CCEP is in a 12 month July ERAS cycle. Make sure your program status is up to date.
Call the ERAS Help Desk at 202-828-0413 for assistance.
Scroll down to see the full ERAS/NRMP Match timeline.
Timeline for ERAS and the Match - Start Date: July 2021
June - December 2020
Season officially begins. Applicants can register in MyERAS and begin working on their applications
Fellowship applicants may apply to CCEP programs.
Fellowship programs may begin reviewing applications.
At 12:00 Noon ET - NRMP Medical Specialties Matching Programs opens for July 2020 appointments
- Programs register for the NRMP Match
- Applicants register for the NRMP Match.
All applications should be in
At 12:00 Noon ET - Rank Order List Opens
- Programs create their rank order lists
- Applicants create their rank order lists
At 11:59 p.m. ET - Quota Change Deadline
At 9:00 p.m. ET - Ranking Closes - Deadline to certify rank order lists
At 12:00 Noon ET - MATCH Day
Training Program Begins.
ERAS for Participating Programs (Home Page)
ERAS provides a centralized, but flexible solution to the residency application and documents distribution process.
ERAS Community Site will be your go-to place to connect with other members, ask advice, and share expertise about all things about the Program Director’s Workstation (PDWS). To access this site, users must have an AAMC account and granted access to an ERAS program. The program’s Designated Institutional Official (DIOs) is responsible for granting access to the program users.
ERAS for Fellowship Applicants (Home Page)
The Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®) streamlines the residency application process for applicants, their Designated Dean's Offices, Letter of Recommendation (LoR) authors and program directors. By providing applicants the ability to build and deliver their application and supporting materials individually or as a package to programs, ERAS provides a centralized, but flexible solution to the residency application and documents distribution process.
Need ERAS Assistance? If you need additional guidance, you may contact the ERAS HelpDesk by calling 202-828-0413.
NRMP - The MATCH (Home Page)
The NRMP is an independent organization that works with medical schools and other teaching organizations by providing the matching component for the overall fellowship selection process.
Need NRMP Assistance?
Call 866-653-NRMP or email support@NRMP.org.