Student information for university course registration to begin the undergraduate/graduate programme
In tandem with the student residence permit, our Study Medicine Europe representative will offer guidance to help every student get through this process as quickly and as simply as possible. The SME student services representative will accompany you to all necessary public service bureaus and tell you which documents you have to submit to the University administration office, and explain the process of which documents have to be taken from the University to the respective Ministry of Education bureau for certification.
Simplifying student services for university programme funding
SME also helps track the first installment of tuition fees to ensure it has been paid in full to the University, especially if you are paying with a Student Loan issued through one of our affiliated financial institutions. Finally, our representative will assist you where it is necessary to issue a temporary student ID certificate until your Student ID card is ready, which is required to speed up the process of receiving the necessary certificates issued from the Ministry of Education.
Help getting set for every part of tertiary studies
The final step before the undergraduate/graduate programme begins is getting set with the student schedule and resources. Once you get your class schedule, SME support services can provide advice on navigating the campus, accessing classrooms, and other key details.
Finding the correct resources and textbooks is easy for every student as SME offers you all the books for the first year of your tertiary studies through the online portal. This attention-to-detail is based on our values of personalised student support for academic success in your medicine studies.
SME understands it can be confusing and time-consuming doing all this in a foreign language, and where’s the fun in that as soon as you arrive in your new city. We take care of all this for you so you can settle in, connect with fellow students, and complete other personal administration including opening a local bank account before your undergraduate/graduate medicine course commences.