British Medical Journal interviewed Study Medicine Europe
Study Medicine Europe was recently interviewed by the British Medical Journal (BMJ), the oldest and perhaps the most prestigious general medical journal publication series.
Study Medicine Europe general manager of the London branch, Aris Grigoriou, was honored to discuss in an interview with BMJ’s Keir Stone-Brown and Matthew Spreadbury the success story of Study Medicine Europe and how it has contributed to helping hundreds of UK students become doctors, dentists and veterinarians abroad and highlighted many of the concerns that students have.
During the interview, the focus shifted on the many problems and hurdles that prospective medical students from the UK face and how the current educational system often robs numerous prospective students of their dream to become doctors or illustrious medical scientists and researchers in their homeland, yet these students have numerous educational opportunities overseas, something which Study Medicine Europe has helped make a reality for thousands of students from all over Europe in the last years
Part of the interview is featured in an article by BMJ here.