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Why Study Medicine in English at the University of Traditional Medicine in Armenia?

  • Entry to the course is guaranteed with no exams required.
  • Tuition fees of $3,000 (approx. £2,100) per year.
  • Graduate Entry offered to BSc holders.
  • Entry is every October.
  • Qualifications recognised around the world.
+  Why choose the University of Traditional Medicine?
  • The University of Traditional Medicine is a private university established in 1991.
  • The university made a lot of progress in just 10 short years, eventually receiving full accreditation in 2001.
  • It is renowned for its outstanding teachers and research in the areas of medicine and dentistry and is a recognised and approved university by the WHO.
  • It is home to students from all parts of the world, including from across Europe and India.
+  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 pay special attention to pre-clinical theory and study, with the next four years much more focused on clinical study.
  • 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 with their specialisation in Armenia, but their degree and licence will also entitle them to go to a country of their choosing worldwide.
  • Thousands of graduates from Armenian universities practise around the world so the choice is entirely yours and there are great opportunities for employment in the US, the UK and India.
+  What does the Graduate Entry in the Medicine programme entail?
  • Candidates who have already obtained a Bachelor’s (BSc) degree in a field of study related to the sciences may be eligible for Graduate Entry.
  • The Graduate Entry pathway is ideal for those who want to continue their education, expand their job opportunities and accelerate the process of getting a Medical degree.
  • If they meet the requirements, Graduate Entry students may enrol in a later year without taking entrance exams.
  • As part of their application, graduates will have to provide analytical transcripts of the courses they have completed in addition to the other necessary admission documents (see the below list).
+  How much does the programme cost?
ProgrammeProgramme StartsAnnual Fees (£)
Living CostsMonthly (£)Annually (£)
Rent (Private Accommodation)100-2001,200-2,400
Electricity & Gas18180
TV Cable/Internet880
Public Transportation770
+  Admission to University of Traditional Medicine

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 results with information on the subjects studied.
  3. Documentation from your home country authorising that you’re allowed to study in Armenia.
  4. A health certificate obtained within the last month and verified by the country where you plan to study.
  5. Two 4-5cm photos are required.

All documents need to be translated into Armenian to satisfy state directives.

+  Life in Yerevan
  • Yerevan is the largest city in Armenia, with a population of more than 1 million.
  • The economy has come a long way in recent years and the progress since the early 2000s has been particularly impressive.
  • The city is now full of superb restaurants, great cafes and many retail outfits for shopping at evenings and weekends.
  • It is also home to many impressive landmarks such as the Erebuni Fortress, the Saint Gregory Cathedral and the beautiful Katoghike Tsiranavor Church.
+  Life in Armenia
  • With a population approaching 3 million, Armenia has enjoyed consistent economic progress since the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991.
  • It is an economy with a strong focus on agriculture and this makes up 20% of Armenian GDP.
  • Armenia’s economy has seen particularly steady growth since 1995, with inflation now the lowest it’s ever been.
  • Many new industries are now flourishing in Armenia, such as jewellery making and IT, while tourism has also seen excellent growth in recent years, particularly in major cities like Yerevan.
  • Armenia is being rewarded for its economic progress with ever-increasing support from international institutions like the IMF who are looking to further progress the Armenian economy with grants and loans as required.

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