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Why Study Medicine in English at the University of Belgrade?

  • Secured Admission, exams required in Biology and Chemistry.
  • Tuition fees of €6,000 (approx. £5,200) per year.
  • Entry is every October
  • Globally-recognised qualifications.
+Why Choose the University of Belgrade?
  • The School of Medicine forms part of the University of Belgrade, which was founded in 1808, making it the oldest medical school in the Balkan region.
  • It is classed among the world’s top universities by the Academic Ranking of World Universities.
  • The teaching staff are renowned for leaving a lasting influence on students and regular internal reviews are conducted so that the standard of teaching and supervision remains consistently high.
  • The Medical programme attracts students from all continents of the world and has top-class educational and recreational facilities such as IT rooms, study spaces, restaurants, cafes and an indoor sports hall.
  • The University of Belgrade is currently ranked 260th in the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities.
+What does the Medicine programme involve?
  • The medicine course is taught fully in English and lasts for six years.
  • The first two years of the programme focus heavily on the basics of clinical practice and theory, with the next four years more focused on clinical study and advanced modules.
  • The final year includes a one-year medical internship and you will also need to complete all state exams for licensing.
  • Graduates may choose to continue to specialise in Serbia, although their degree and licence will entitle them to work in any country of their choosing.
  • Thousands of graduates from Serbian universities practise around the world so the choice is entirely yours, with superb employment opportunities in countries such as the US, the UK and India.
+How much does the programme cost?
Programme Programme Starts Annual Fees (£)
Medicine October 5,200
Living Costs Monthly (£) Annually (£)
Rent (Private Accommodation) 161-219 1,927-2,628
Food 183 1,825
Books 292
Electricity & Gas 37 355
Water 7 73
Cable TV/Internet 15 175
Public Transportation 15 146
Total 416-475 4,803-5,504
+Admission to the University of Belgrade

Applicants are required to submit the following information:

  1. An application with the following details: a bio, education history, the course for which you are applying.
  2. A copy of your secondary education diploma.
  3. Photocopy of passport and birth certificate, along with a certificate confirming competency with speaking in English.
  4. Two 4/5cm photos are required.
All documents need to be translated into Serbian to satisfy state directives.
+Life in Belgrade
  • Belgrade is the largest city in Serbia, with a population of approximately 1.7 million, and is also the country’s capital.
  • The city’s origins can be traced back to the 4th century A.D. and history buffs will enjoy the city’s rich legacy.
  • The city now has a diverse, multicultural population and combines the elegance of traditional architecture with a vibrant modern culture that includes retail outlets, theatres, nightclubs and an international food and music scene.
  • Belgrade is a low-cost place in which to live, especially when compared to other European capital cities. Rent, food, clothing, gyms, museums and cinemas are all very inexpensive in the city.
+Life in Serbia
  • With a population of just over 7 million, Serbia has enjoyed a steady, upper-middle income economy in recent years.
  • The services sector dominates the Serbian economy, with industry and agriculture also vital to the success of the economy.
  • Serbia is a peaceful, welcoming country which ranks highly in the Human Development Index, Social Progress Index and Global Peace Index.
  • Modern Serbia is home to a rich diversity of cultures and has a very efficient road network, especially near major cities such as Belgrade.
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