Atlas helps motivated, curious students actualize their academic and professional potential, and sets them on a path to top global universities.
Our goal is to inspire young people to develop themselves and use their skills and abilities for serving those around them!
The founders and mentors at Altas are students and alumni of top international universities. We are disappointed with the subpar and often unethical tutoring-admissions consulting services being offered to clients across Europe, as well as a lacking high school education model that fails to meet the needs of the more motivated student. As a result, we pooled together our expertise and built Atlas to tackle these problems, offer a better, more rigorous, ethically-sound alternative. We focus on the individual, take a holistic approach to self-development, and create a safe and supportive environment where every student can feel at home.
Unlike many other admissions consultants, Atlas mentors have themselves successfully navigated the enormously competitive top university application process. After reflecting a ton, sharing insights, and spending years teaching other students to replicate this success, Atlas mentors know the process inside out and can confidently assist the student in every step. However, we offer no shortcuts and, with us, the student will end up working more than on their own, or with other consultants. But, in the end of the day, they will be able to call this success their own and will be adequately prepared for the challenges to come.
We believe in equal opportunities. Hence, each year we support a number of very talented, but financially disadvantaged applicants pro bono.
We also believe in honesty, transparency, hard work, persistence, and the value of education as an end in itself, rather than a means to an end. We strive for community engagement, public service and, in the long-term, have a vision of recreating the Platonic Academy and the Aristotelian Lyceum, reigniting a passion and respect for learning within society as a whole.