Why Consider Transferring to Medical Schools in Europe?
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+Why Transfer To A Medical University in Europe?
- If you are looking for an alternative to expensive tuition fees and living costs at your current university, you may want to consider transferring to a medical programme in one of our partner universities in Europe.
- All our partner universities offer English-language medical programmes, so you may wish to transfer in order to build your language skills.
+ Who is Eligible For An International Medical University Transfer?
- To qualify for an international transfer to a medical university abroad, the candidate must have completed at least one semester at any accredited medical university.
- If they meet this criteria, the candidate can transfer to any of our partner medical universities in Armenia, Georgia, Serbia, Ukraine, Romania and Bulgaria.
- If you have already completed an undergraduate degree in a field related to medicine, you may apply for a graduate entry programme
+ How To Transfer Universities With Study Medicine Europe
- European Medical Universities evaluate a candidate’s suitability based on their transcripts and the academic calendar syllabus for each subject.
- Transcripts must include information on the number of hours (lectures, practice) completed, ECTS credits and examination grades for each subject.
- If there are any discrepancies in the hours of study for a particular module (i.e. the candidate has studied for a shorter period but has covered a similar curriculum), then the applicant may be required to attend extra classes to make up for the hours needed to be given credit for the module.
- An applicant cannot advance to a higher year of studies if they have not passed more than 5 exams or less than 45 ECTS credits (each academic year has a total of 60-75 credits).
- The SME team may be able to help you count some or all of your existing credits in order to accelerate your studies by one or many semesters into senior years.
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