The tuition fees of Armenian, Georgian, Serbian, Ukrainian, Romanian or Bulgarian Universities are the lowest, not only in Europe, but in the world. The annual tuition fees for undergraduate studies in medicine and dentistry range between $3,000 to €8,000 and in veterinary medicine they start from €4,000. Annual tuition fees for Postgraduate studies (medical specialization/specialty) are between $3,000 and $5,000 depending on the taught programme of your choice.
While these countries have strong economies, the wages are much lower compared to the rest of Europe. For example, when compared to life in London, life in Armenia is extremely cheap. However, this doesn’t mean that there is any difference at all in services or the quality of education; quite the contrary. Specifically, the cost of living in Armenia, Georgia, Serbia, Ukraine, Romania or Bulgaria is about 1/3 that of that in Western European countries. The average monthly cost of living, including rent in private accommodation, utility bills, internet access, cable TV, food, books, travel and spending, amounts to approximately £300.
Usually, you can pay the tuition fees in 2 or 4 installments throughout the year depending on the University, or upfront should you desire to do so.
Although tuition fees might slightly change from year to year, the fees quoted at the beginning of programme in the academic calendar will remain the same for the whole duration of your program.
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