Yes, in the beginning you will first need to be accepted at the University, via a normal application process, which is likely to be easy given that you are already a student in this field, and then submit your transcripts and course description, among other documents from your present Medical University for assessment. The Armenian, Georgian, Serbian, Ukrainian, Romanian or Bulgarian school registrar in conjunction with Study Medicine Europe will determine your level and year of studies by comparing it to their own equivalent programme as well as calculate the courses that you must complete in order to graduate. Study Medicine Europe has successfully completed numerous transfers and is the only student recruiter that can request from our Partner Universities the result of the assessment before the official application process has even started due to our affiliation.
Usually graduates who already hold Degrees related to any medical field or that falls under any category related to healthcare may be allowed to enter the second year of Medicine or Dentistry or Veterinary Medicine studies, but this depends on the overlap of courses from your previous studies and those in the Medical University you intend to apply to. In the past, we have had applicants who have entered year three.