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Why Study Veterinary Medicine in Europe?

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  • Fees for European universities from €4,000 (approx. £3,500) per annum.
  • Admissions only in October.
  • Globally Recognised.
Universities in which to Study Veterinary Medicine in English
+Why Choose Veterinary Medicine Universities in Romania?
  • Romanian universities provide their graduates with a highly qualitative entrance-free program of studies.
  • Students can study veterinary medicine in English at Romanian universities, while maintaining reasonable annual tuition fees starting from just €4,500 (approx. £4,000).
  • These degrees are acknowledged globally and are listed in the WHO (World Health Organization) and the FAIMER (Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research) directories of international medical schools as well as the IMED (International Medical Education Directory) and the AVICENNA directories.
  • Graduates are eligible to seek employment in any EU country and in most countries worldwide.
  • Veterinary students may also transfer into a Romanian university thorough the ECTS (European Credits Transfer System), as long as they have completed at least one year of studies at any accredited institution.
  • If you are interested in studying Veterinary Medicine in English in Romania, read our site for more information about the programme in the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Cluj-Napoca.

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+Why Choose Veterinary Medicine Universities in Bulgaria?
  • Bulgarian universities deliver top-notch veterinary medicine programmes with a quality of education rivalling that of the UK or Canada.
  • Students who choose to study veterinary medicine in English at a Bulgarian university can enjoy low living and study costs with annual tuition fees starting from just €4,000 (approx. £3,500) per year.
  • Degrees from Bulgarian universities are internationally accredited and are featured in esteemed global directories including WHO (World Health Organization) and the FAIMER (Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research) directories of international medical schools as well as the IMED (International Medical Education Directory) and the AVICENNA directories.
  • Upon graduation, students will be eligible to seek employment in any EU country as well as in most countries worldwide.
  • The ECTS (European Credits Transfer System) allows veterinary students to easily transfer into a Romanian university, providing that they have studied for at least one year at any accredited institution.
  • Candidates interested in studying Veterinary Medicine in Europe, may apply to one of our Bulgarian partner universities: Trakia University – Stara Zagora and Forestry University – Sofia.

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