Did You Know That You Can Study Medicine in Europe For FREE?
Studying medicine in Europe can be challenging in all facets. Travel, accommodation, living, and more can be frustrating. Especially if a language barrier is involved where you cannot communicate and negotiate the right things needed for your study abroad.
An agency fee for the arrangement of your stay abroad while you study medicine is essential for most companies. Medlink Students works with several universities where we do not charge our students agency fees.
Sounds great, right?
The following universities, where you can study medicine and dentistry in Europe, require nothing more than your tuition fees and living expenses wherever you choose to settle.
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This university requires no agency fee for first-year entry.
(Can be paid in 2 instalments for your convenience)
- 6-year Medicine Tuition €10,500/year;
- 6-year Dentistry Tuition €11,000/year.
Students are expected to have good grades in their high school certificate, especially in Biology and Chemistry, as well as A-levels or a Baccalaureate.
This medical school provides 200 places for medicine and 30 places for dentistry in its English course.
It consists of Biology and Chemistry and is to be sat at the medical university in Košice. We will provide you with preparation material to ensure you will blast the competition and secure your place at one of the most reputable medical schools in Europe. Not only this, but we will create a strong, free application for you if you apply for a first-year entry.
Students must apply as soon as possible as there is a lot of competition for this university, and places are filling up fast.
The winter term starts on the 15th of September.
Check this page for a full breakdown of the living costs in Košice, Slovakia.
This medical school also requires no agency fee for a first-year entry.
Tuition Fees For a 6-year Medicine Course:
- 1st year is €10,250;
- 2nd to 6th year is €9,750/year.
The Medical University of Bialystok is one of the best in Poland and continuously implements new technologies in its educational system.
They work with the best 2 clinical hospitals in Bialystok to ensure students an extremely competitive practical and theoretical preparation.
Currently, the university hosts more than 5000 students, including more than 400 international students worldwide. It is also working hard to introduce a dental course in English as soon as possible.
You should look to apply until the end of spring to ensure yourself a spot.
High school grades are considered as well as other certificates like SAT. The university requires you to have Chemistry (Obligatory) and Biology, Physics or Maths for at least 2 terms during high school.
An interview would also take place to certify your English proficiency.
The winter semester starts on the 2nd of October.
Living costs in Poland are around €300-500 per month.