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Medical University of Plovdiv


Degrees: Medicine, Dentistry

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 8000€ per Year

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Medical University of Plovdiv


Degrees: Medicine, Dentistry

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 8000€ per Year

Medical University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria

 

     

 

 

Degrees:

·         Medicine: in English

·         Dentistry: in English  

400 study places for all studies together

Tuition fees:

·         Medicine: 6 years - 8000€ per year

·         Dentistry: 6 years - 8000€ per year

 

Application procedure: for the study programs with courses taught in English, in order to be admitted, the candidates have to take an entrance exam consisting in multiple choice questions from biology and chemistry. These applicants are evaluated by a committee appointed by each faculty by analysing the documents included in the application files. It is mandatory that the prospective applicants have studied, completed and obtained grades (not less than 62% of the possible maximum of the grading system in the respective country) in Biology and Chemistry subjects in the secondary school. Foreign students may apply for training in Bulgarian language course (all specialties) – case they pass one-year Bulgarian language preparatory course or English language course (Medicine and Dental Medicine) with parallel Bulgarian language course. Before being admitted non-native English speakers must prove their English language proficiency at least at B1 level by holding a diagnostic test at the University. Applicants who choose to study in English can only benefit from tuition fee places.

The Medical University of Plovdiv was established as a medical faculty of Plovdiv University in 1945. In 1950 the faculty became the independent Medical Academy - Plovdiv. It was renamed in 1972 to Higher Medical Institute - Plovdiv. The Faculty of Dental Medicine was established in 1974, while a Medical College was created in 1997 as a subsidiary of the Medical University of Plovdiv. The Higher Medical Institute was renamed to Medical University of Plovdiv in 2002 after a decision by Bulgaria`s National Assembly. The university has more than 3,500 national and international students, as well as more than 600 teachers and researchers. Medical University Plovdiv provides training to students of Medicine, Dental Medicine, Pharmacy, Health Care Management, Nursing, Midwife and auxiliary medical specialists. The university offers training in Master's degree programs following the completion of Bachelor's programs – Health Care Management and postgraduate training in doctoral and specialist courses in a number of specialties.

Plovdiv is the second-largest city in Bulgaria with a population of 341,567 inhabitants as of 2015. It is the administrative center of Plovdiv Province and the municipalities of the City of Plovdiv, Maritsa municipality, and Rodopi municipality, whose municipal body had a population of 404,665 inhabitants as of 2015. It is an important economic, transport, cultural, and educational center. Plovdiv has been continuously inhabited since the 6th millennium BC, in the end of the 4th millennium BC there already was an established Neolithic settlement there. In the 12th century BC the village evolved into a real town populated by Thracians ranking it among world's oldest cities.

Plovdiv is host to cultural events such as the International Fair Plovdiv, the international theatrical festival "A stage on a crossroad", and the TV festival "The golden chest". There are many remains preserved from antiquity such as the ancient Plovdiv Roman theatre, Roman Odeon, Roman aqueduct, Roman Stadium, the archaeological complex Eirene, and others. The city has more than 200 archaeological sites, 30 of which are of national importance. There are many remains from antiquity - Plovdiv is among the few cities with two ancient theatres; remains of the medieval walls and towers; Ottoman baths and mosques; a well-preserved old quarter from the National Revival period with beautiful houses, churches and narrow paved streets. There are numerous museums, art galleries and cultural institutions. Plovdiv is host to musical, theatrical and film events.

Plovdiv has 78 schools including elementary, high, foreign language, mathematics, technical and art schools. There are also 10 private schools and a seminary. Among the most prestigious schools are the English Language School, the High School of Mathematics, the Ivan Vazov Language School, the National Schools of Commerce – Plovdiv, the English Academy, the Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts Plovdiv, and the French High School of Plovdiv. The city has six universities and a number of state and private colleges and branches of other universities. Those include Plovdiv University, with 900 lecturers and employees and 13,000 students; the Plovdiv Medical University, with 3,500 students; the Medical College; the Technical University of Sofia – Branch Plovdiv; the Agricultural University – Plovdiv; the University of Food Technologies; the Academy for Music, Dance and Fine Arts; and others.

 
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Medical University of Varna


Degrees: Medicine, Dentistry

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 8000€ per Year

Medical University of Varna


Degrees: Medicine, Dentistry

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 8000€ per Year

Medical University "Prof. Dr. Paraskev Stoyanov" Varna, Bulgaria

 

     

 

 

Degrees:

·         Medicine: in English (250 Places)

·         Dentistry: in English (50 Places)

Tuition fees:

·         Medicine: 6 years - 8000€ per year

·         Dentistry: 6 years - 8000€ per year

 

Application procedure for EU citizens: for the study programs with courses taught in English, in order to be admitted, the candidates have to take an entrance exam consisting in multiple choice questions from biology and chemistry. There are are organized around 6 entrance exams every year between March and September. On average, there are about 2 applications per study place. That is why it is very important to prepare your application as soon as possible. We will provide learning materials for these exams. It is mandatory that the prospective EU and EEA applicants have studied, completed and obtained grades (without failing marks) in Biology and Chemistry subjects in the secondary school.

Application procedure for non-EU citizens: for the study programs with courses taught in English, the evaluation of application files containing proof of the applicants’ academic performance and personal achievements. It is mandatory that the prospective applicants have studied, completed and obtained grades (not less than 62% of the possible maximum of the grading system in the respective country) in Biology and Chemistry subjects in the secondary school. Applicants who choose to study in English can only benefit from tuition fee places.

English language proficiency is demonstrated by the inclusion in the application file of an internationally recognized language certificate. The University offers a preparatory course in English language for students who cannot meet this requirement. The language preparation is provided by experienced specialists - English philology graduates, and the specialized one by medical doctors and specialists in the respective disciplines. English is studied in two stages: General English (620 hrs) and Introduction to Medical Terminology (230 hrs), which provides sufficient coverage of the fundamental language requirements for the 1st year at the Medical University. The curriculum and the organization of the preparatory course have been developed over the last 4 years and have amply proved their efficiency. The students having successfully completed the preparatory course at MU – Varna enjoy an excellent academic realization and achieve exceptional results during the exam sessions.

Medical University of Varna was established in 1961 by a decree of the National Assembly of Republic of Bulgaria as a pursuant to Higher Medical Institute. In 1995 the latter was transformed to Medical University. In 2002 Medical University - Varna was named after Prof. Dr. Paraskev Stoyanov. In the history of Bulgarian medicine, he has been renowned as the person who laid the foundations of the first Bulgarian School of Surgery. This University is the third largest Medical University in the country. The Medical University of Varna is a high-tech university and has more than half a century of history and traditions. The classical models of teaching at the university are well combined with the latest technologies – 3D anatomy training and a system for complementary e-learning rich in electronic content. The university offers to its students modern environment with unlimited opportunities for their development – high-tech labs and training premises, a library with electronic reading rooms and access to the best world information databases, modern sport facilities and professional football, volleyball and tennis coaches, a rehearsal hall for the university rock band, a drama and folk dance troupes. Since its establishment 977 foreign students from 45 countries have graduated from Varna Medical University.

Varna is the largest city and seaside resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and the third largest city in Bulgaria with a population of 335,949. It is also the fourth largest city on the Black Sea. Often referred to as the marine (or summer) capital of Bulgaria, Varna is a major tourist destination, a starting point for all the resorts in the northern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, business and university center, seaport, and headquarters of the Bulgarian Navy and merchant marine.

The Varna culture is a record holder, the oldest golden treasure in the world was discovered in Varna Necropolis, located in the present City of Varna consisting of artifacts dating to 4200-4600 BC. Varna has some of the finest and oldest museums, professional arts companies, and arts festivals in the nation and is known for its century-old traditions in visual arts, music, and book publishing, as well as for its bustling current pop-culture scene. Over the past few decades, it developed as a festival center of international standing. City landmarks include the Varna Archaeological Museum, exhibiting the Gold of Varna, the Roman Baths, the Battle of Varna Park Museum, the Museum of Ethnography in an Ottoman-period compound featuring the life of local urban dwellers, fisher folk, and peasants in the late 19th and early 20th century. The 'Sea Garden' is the oldest and perhaps largest park in town containing an open-air theatre (venue of the International Ballet Competition, opera performances and concerts), Varna Aquarium (opened 1932), the Festa Dolphinarium (opened 1984), the Nicolaus Copernicus Observatory and Planetarium, the Museum of Natural History, a terrarium, a zoo, an alpineum, a children's amusement park with a pond, boat house and ice-skating rink, and other attractions. The waterfront promenade is lined by a string of beach clubs offering a vibrant scene of rock, hip-hop, Bulgarian and American-style pop, techno, and chalga. Tourist shopping areas include the boutique rows along Prince Boris Blvd (with retail rents rivaling Vitosha Blvd in Sofia) and adjacent pedestrian streets, as well as the large mall and big-box cluster in the Mladost district, suitable for motorists. Two other shopping plazas, Piccadilly Park and Central Plaza, are conveniently located to serve tourists in the resorts north of the city centre, both driving and riding the public transit.

 

 
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Medical University Sofia


Degrees: Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 8000€ per Year

Medical University Sofia


Degrees: Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 8000€ per Year

Medical University of Sofia, Bulgaria

        

 

 

 

Degrees:

·         Medicine: in English

·         Dentistry: in English  

·         Pharmacy: in English

600 study places for all studies together

Tuition fees:

·         Medicine: 6 years - 8000€ per year

·         Dentistry: 6 years - 8000€ per year

·         Pharmacy: 6 years - 8000€ per year

Application procedure: for the study programs with courses taught in English, in order to be admitted, the candidates have to take an entrance exam consisting in multiple choice questions from biology and chemistry. These applicants are evaluated by a committee appointed by each faculty by analysing the documents included in the application files. It is mandatory that the prospective applicants have studied, completed and obtained grades (without failing marks) in Biology and Chemistry subjects in the secondary school. Applicants who choose to study in English can only benefit from tuition fee places. English language proficiency is demonstrated by the inclusion in the application file of an internationally recognized language certificate. The University offers a preparatory course in English language for students who cannot meet this requirement. The duration of the course is one year.

Medical University of Sofia is the oldest institution for higher medical education in Bulgaria. His Majesty Zar Ferdinand founded it by decree in 1917 as a medical faculty of Sofia University. Medical University - Sofia is highly esteemed and the undisputed leader in its area of education in all five professional fields, showed the new fifth consecutive ranking of universities in the country for 2015. It is №1 in each of five areas of study: Medicine, Dental Medicine, Pharmacy, Health Care and Public Health. The university has more than 6,000 national and international students (about 1600 coming from abroad), and more than 800 professors and lecturers.

Sofia is the capital and largest city of Bulgaria. Sofia is the 15th largest city in the European Union with population of more than 1.2 million people. The city is located at the foot of Vitosha Mountain in the western part of the country, within less than 50 km. drive from the Serbian border. Its location in the center of the Balkan peninsula means that it is the midway between the Black Sea and the Adriatic Sea, whereas the Aegean Sea is the closest to it. Sofia has been an area of human habitation since at least 7000 BCE. Many of the major universities, cultural institutions and commercial companies of Bulgaria are concentrated in Sofia.

Sofia is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Bulgaria alongside coastal and mountain resorts. Among its highlights is the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, one of the symbols of Bulgaria, constructed in the late 19th century. It occupies an area of 3,170 square meters and can hold 10,000 people. Sofia holds Bulgaria's largest museum collections, which attract tourists and students for practical studies. The National Historical Museum in Boyana district has a vast collection of more than 650,000 historical items dating from Prehistory to the modern era, although only 10,000 of them are permanently displayed due to the lack of space. Smaller collections of items related mostly to the history of Sofia are in the National Archaeological Museum, a former mosque located between the edifices of the National Bank and the Presidency. Two natural sciences museums — the Natural History Museum and the Earth and Man - display minerals, animal species (alive and taxidermic) and rare materials. The Ethnographic Museum and the National Museum of Military History are other places of interest, holding large collections of Bulgarian folk costumes and armaments, respectively.

Sofia concentrates a significant portion of the national higher education capacity, including 109,000 university and college students and 22 of Bulgaria's 51 higher education establishments. These include four of the five highest-ranking national universities - Sofia University (SU), University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, the Technical University of Sofia, University of National and World Economy and the University of Mining and Geology. Sofia University was founded in 1888. More than 20,000 students study in its 16 faculties. A number of research and cultural departments operate within SU, including its own publishing house, botanical gardens, a space research center, a quantum electronics department, and a Confucius Institute Rakovski Defence and Staff College, the National Academy of Arts, and Sofia Medical University are other major higher education establishments in the city.

 
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Pleven Medical University


Degrees: Medicine

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 7500€ per Year

Pleven Medical University


Degrees: Medicine

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 7500€ per Year

Medical University of Pleven, Bulgaria

 

Medical University of Pleven

Degrees:

·         Medicine: in English (100 Places)

Tuition fees:

·         Medicine: 6 years - 7500€ per year

 

 

Application procedure: for the study programs with courses taught in English, in order to be admitted, the candidates have to take an entrance exam consisting in multiple choice questions from biology and chemistry. These applicants are evaluated by a committee appointed by each faculty by analysing the documents included in the application files. The academic year for the first-year English-language-students, starts in February and finishes in December, comprising two semesters of 16 weeks each, including two one-week holidays for Christmas and Easter. Applicants who choose to study in English can only benefit from tuition fee places.

English language proficiency is demonstrated by the inclusion in the application file of an internationally recognized language certificate. The University offers a preparatory course in English language for students who cannot meet this requirement. The duration of the course is one year.

Medical University Pleven is one of the five medical institutions of higher education in Bulgaria. It is the only university in Pleven and was founded in 1974 on the basis of the former regional hospital established in 1865. The university unifies a large modern preclinical base, a hospital with specialized clinics, and research sections. It has two faculties, the Faculty of Medicine covering the subjects of medicine and rehabilitation and occupational therapy, and the Faculty of Public Health covering health care, as well as a college. There are also two hostels with a total of 315 beds in two- and three-bed rooms. The University has all theoretic, pre-clinical and clinical departments required for the higher medical education. Up to date, more than 6000 Bulgarian and foreign students from over 30 countries have graduated from the University. The current number of students is 2044. 275 of them are foreign students, including 78 of Indian nationality - the biggest community of foreign students at the university. Other international students are coming from the following countries: Macedonia, Serbia, Ukraine, Moldova, Greece, Turkey, Nigeria, Albania, Cyprus, Congo, Syria, Algeria, USA, Japan, Great Britain and France.

Pleven is the seventh most populous city in Bulgaria. Located in the northern part of the country, it is the administrative center of Pleven Province, as well as of the subordinate Pleven municipality. Internationally known for the Siege of Plevna of 1877, it is today a major economic center of the Bulgarian Northwest and Central North and the third largest city of Northern Bulgaria after Varna and Rousse. The earliest traces of human settlement in the area date from the 5th millennium BC, the Neolithic. Numerous archaeological findings, among them the Nikolaevo treasure found in Bulgaria, evidence for the rich culture of the Thracians, who inhabited the area for thousands of years.

Most of the sights of the town are related to the Russo-Turkish War. The monuments related to the war alone are about 200. Some of the more popular include the St George the Conqueror Chapel Mausoleum in honor of the many Russian and Romanian soldiers who lost their lives during the Siege of Plevna and the ossuary in Skobelev Park. Another popular attraction is Pleven Panorama, created after (and reputedly larger than) the Borodino Panorama in Russia on the occasion of the anniversary of the Siege of Plevna. Pleven is a modern city, the academic, economic, cultural and indeed medical center of Central and West-North Bulgaria, situated in the heart of the Danube plane, just two hours from the capital Sofia. Pleven boasts cultural, leisure and sporting facilities of the highest order. Pleven at night is never dull. There is a vast array of things to do and places to go, with pubs and cafes to cater for every conceivable taste. Entertainment is especially strong - music, drama, opera, and dance plus dozens of galleries and cinemas to ensure that free evenings are full evenings.