Once we receive your documents, we will work quickly and efficiently to secure your place. It usually takes three to five weeks to process your application and send you a letter of admission.
No, unlike in the UK, as long as you have the right qualifications and pass the entrance exam, you can apply.
With MedConnect Europe, the entrance exam is the least of your worries. We offer exclusive preparation courses to help you with the contents of the entrance exams. With our applicants, we run a dummy exam to ensure our candidates are well prepared for the exam.
Our MedConnect Europe team will notarize, translate and apostille all your documents. All this is included in our extended package. You can find more information about this on our services page.
The deadlines vary depending on the university. The earlier you apply, the sooner you will receive your confirmation letter. In general, most universities require you to apply by the end of September, with the exception of a few that can last until January. Please speak with a member of our team for more information on application deadlines.
Yes, all the courses we offer are taught in English by doctors and professors who speak fluently.
You will be required to learn the language to a basic level in order to communicate with locals and patients who do not speak English. You will be taught the language in your first 2 years of studies. Although it can seem daunting, no student has had problems with this so far!
Yes, you have about two months of summer holidays and two weeks of Christmas and Easter holidays. Most of our partner universities also offer a 1-2 week study leave so you can prepare for your summer exams.
Loans are no longer available for students that are looking to study medicine abroad in Eastern Europe. Any agency that tells you otherwise is lying in order to sign you up as a client. Please be aware of this and talk to us for more information if needed!
The cost of living in Eastern Europe is considerably cheaper compared to UK. Depending on the country and accommodation you can spend between 150 and 600 euros for monthly expenses such as rent, bills and so on.
Not necessarily, although some students choose to open a bank account to pay their tuition fees to the university or to receive scholarships offered by the university. If you decide to open a bank account at MedConnect Europe, we will guide you through the process.
Some universities award scholarships to their international students. Those who achieve high grades during the year with a high annual average. However, this is only a small amount, enough to encourage students to maintain their performance.
At MedConnect Europe we know that many students prefer to share accommodation. If you select this option when filling in your property questionnaire, MedConnect Europe will help you find the perfect roommate that suits your needs.