MEDICINE IN EUROPE: Study Medicine in Europe
Medicine in Europe (Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Moldavia, Ukraine, Russia, etc): Medical Studies (Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, etc.) in European universities with medical programs in English, French, Bulgarian, Romanian, etc.; internationally recognised diploma; affordable tuition fee and living cost; safe and secure environment is possible. Get into general medicine, medicine dental, pharmacy, nursing etc in language of your choice without entrance exam but on application file selection!
Study Medicine in Europe in English
Study medicine in Europe in English: Medical study and training slightly varies within Europe and around the world. The medical study encompasses university medical university (university school) followed by a period of supervised practice or internship, and/or residency, which can be followed by postgraduate vocational training (medical science is in continuing evolution).
Planning to become Doctor in Europe or abroad, you must consider:
- Studying medicine in Europe or else where is the same science, but the quality and qualification differ among different countries and even medical universities. The diplomas from all accredited medical Universities in EU and EEA countries are recognised in all countries, but the diplomas from medical universities outsides of EU and EEA in Europe are not automatically recognised.
- Study medicine in Europe can varies from country to country: Example, en Occidental countries, the medical study is centred more on theoretically study, while in East European countries (Romania, Bulgaria etc.) the most time is dedicated to practical side of medicine from the beginning.
- In most European Countries, it is easy to get into medical university but hard to become doctor (approximately 80 % of students are excluded within the first 2 years!); in other countries it is difficult to get in medical school but as soon as the student is hard worker has a good back ground, the possibility of becoming doctor is higher (this is the case of some East European countries where students are divided into small groups from the beginning and where the place are very limited from the first year!). Some university welcome medical transfer students from accredited medical universities.
- Studying medicine success requires application and hard work, both while studying and when in practice. However, it brings great rewards in terms of job satisfaction, involving as it does a combination of science and human interactions, and numerous medical career opportunities. All our medical university courses provide medical education and training required to be one of tomorrow's doctors of medicine, reflecting the latest advances in medical sciences and practice.
Requirement to study medicine in Europe
Even if the requirements to apply to medical university in Europe can slightly differ, the prospective medical student must know that most of medical universities require most of the following documents:
- High school diploma (certificate) giving acces to university;
- Good marks in biology and chemistry and maths;
- Speak English, French, or Romanian or Bulgarian or follow one year preparatory course;
- To be in good health mentally, physically and without daisies incompatible with medical career;
- To have enough source of financing medical studies by student loans, wonderful parents or generous sponsors or other sources;
- University course (if applicable); letters of recommendation; letter of motivation ; academic achievements; hobbies and personal interests;
- relevant to health care paid or voluntary work experience e.g. ;work as a hospital auxiliary, in nursing or residential care, red cross etc.; computer literacy; communication skills; teamwork skills etc.;
- Some universities organise medical English test or even entry test in biology and chemistry;
Best Medical Universities in Europe
Among the best Universities of Medicine in Europe, the can be classified by region as:
- Medical University and Pharmacy of East European countries, members of European Union (Romania, Bulgaria, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia etc);
- Medical University and Pharmacy in East European countries, non-European Union countries (Moldavia, Russia, Ukraine etc.);
- Medical University and Pharmacy , in Occidental countries (France, Germany, Italia, Spain, Sweden, UK, etc.)
Most of those countries have English or French program of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy. The degrees from all accredited medical Universities in European Union are recognised in all European Union Countries and beyond.
Medical universities in Europe in English
Medical universities in Europe: each European country has its own universities of medicine and pharmacy (Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy etc). In many cases, the same University has different faculties: Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy etc. Even if in general, most medical universities in Europe organise programmes in national languages, most countries have also English or French programs.
Most of Medical Universities in Europe are ranked in the top worldwide and / or have medical schools with long standing reputations and tradition for excellent medical teaching and training, and some, along with medical university programmes in national languages, has also English or French programs.
In East Europe, most countries have been attracting and are still attracting thousand and thousand of medical international students every year.
Why some university in Europe are more attractive than others? Different reasons: English or French programmes, medical preparatory year, admission without entry exam, reasonable tuition fees, etc.
Degree awarded from all accredited universities in European Union are valid and recognised in the entire European Union provided the University is accredited. This is ideal for anyone planning to work in the UK, France, Germany or elsewhere in the European Union in the future.
Medical University in Bulgaria
- Medical University of Sofia;
- Medical University of Varna;
- Medical University of Pleven;
- Medical University of Plovdiv;
- Trakia University of Stara Zagora, Faculty of medicine;
Medical University in Romania
Medical University in Czech Republic
- Charles University, Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Kralove;
- Charles University, Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen;
- Charles University in Prague, first faculty of Medicine;
- Charles University in Prague, second faculty of Medicine;
- Charles University in Prague, third faculty of Medicine;
- Masaryk University, Faculty of Medicine;
- Palacky University, Faculty of Medicine, Olomouc;
Medical University in Hungary
- Semmeiweis University, budapest;
- University of Debrecen, Medical and Health Science Center;
- University of Pecs;
- University of Szeged, Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Medical University;
Medical University in Poland
- Medical Academy of Bialystok, 4 year and 6 year programs;
- Medical University in Bydgoszcz, Faculty II, 6 year program;
- Medical Academy of Gdansk, 6 year program;
- Medical University of Lodz, 4 year program (6 year program not for students with a degree);
- Medical University of Lublin, 4 year and 6 year programs;
- Jagiellonian University Medical College, 4 year and 6 year programs;
- Pomeranian Academy of Medicine, 6 year program;
- Poznan School of Medicine, 4 year and 6 year programs;
- Medical University of Silesia, 4 year and 6 year programs;
- Medical University of Warsaw, 4 year and 6 year programs;
- Wroclaw Medical University, 6 year medical program;
Medical University in Slovakia
- Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Kosice;
- Comenius University, Jessenius Faculty of Medicine in Martin;
- Comenius University, Faculty of Medicine;
- Medical University in Croatia:;
- University of Split, 6 year program;
- University of Zagreb, 4 and 6 year programs;
Medical University in Ukraine
- Bogomolets National Medical University;
- Bukovinian State Medical University;
- Crimea State Medical University;
- Danylo Halytsky Lviv State Medical University;
- Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy;
- Kharkov State Medical University;
- Lugansk State Medical University;
- I.Y. Gorbachevsky Ternopil State Medical University;
- M. Gorky Donesk National Medical University;
- Odessa State Medical University;
- Zaporozhya State Medical University;
Medical University in Moldavia
Medical and Pharmaceutical University"Nicolae Testemitanu"
Study Medicine in Europe: general medicine, dentistry, pharmacy etc.
Study Medicine in Europe in English,
Study Medicine in Europe in French,
Application and admission in medical schools in Europe
To apply for medical universities in Europe, please read also MEDICAL UNIVERSITY APPLICATION IN ROMANIA 2013/2014 or contact us.