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University of Zagreb, School of Medicine


Degrees: Medicine

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 9000€ per Year

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University of Zagreb, School of Medicine


Degrees: Medicine

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 9000€ per Year

University of Zagreb, School of Medicine, Croatia

 

University of Zagreb- School of Medicine

Degrees:

·         Medicine: in English (50 Places)

Tuition fees:

·         Medicine: 6 years - 9000€ per year

 

 

Application procedure: There are 3 options available for admission to University of Zagreb.

Option 1. Take the entrance examination in Zagreb. Applicants have to take the entrance exam composed of high-school level biology, physics and chemistry. The test consists of 120 questions, with 40 questions from each subject. To pass the exam an applicant has to answer correctly to at least 14 questions from each subject and have the total of 60 correct answers. We will provide you with learning materials for this purpose.

Option 2. Provide the Score Reports on SAT Subject Tests in Biology, Chemistry and Physics. If your score is 600 or above in each subject, you might be exempt from the entrance examination. 

Option 3. If you have successfully completed a pre-medical college or passed internationally recognized exams (MCAT-with minimal score 9 for each section), or earned a BA/Bsc degree in natural sciences with good credits in Biology, Physics, Chemistry may be exempted from the entrance exam.

Applicants who choose to study in English can only benefit from tuition fee places. Candidates who are neither native speakers of English, nor have graduated from an English-speaking secondary school or college are required to take an internationally recognized English language proficiency test (TOEFL - paper based test 500, internet based test 60, computer based test 170, IELTS - 6). Cambridge and Oxford English language exams and certificates issued by (foreign) language schools (C1 level) are also accepted, as well as certificates of English language proficiency issued by a secondary school a candidate attended.

The University of Zagreb is the largest Croatian university and the oldest continuously operating university in the area covering Central Europe south of Vienna and all of Southeastern Europe. History of the University began on September 23, 1669 when the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I issued a decree granting the establishment of the Jesuit Academy of the Royal Free City of Zagreb. University comprises 29 faculties, 3 art academies and 1 university center with more than 70.000 students. University is as of 2015 at a 551 place out of 1000 on the list of Universities of the world made by the Center for University World Rankings.

The School of Medicine in Zagreb is a Croatian medical school affiliated with the University of Zagreb. It is the oldest and biggest of the four medical schools in Croatia. The quality of medical studies at the University of Zagreb School of Medicine has been attracting students from around the world for decades. Since the period between the two World Wars, when the first foreign students started their education at the School of Medicine, more than 700 have earned their medical degrees here, coming from and returning back to practice in all parts of the world.

Zagreb is the capital and the largest city of the Republic of Croatia. It is located in the northwest of the country, along the Sava river, at the southern slopes of the Medvednica mountain. In the last official census of 2011 the population of the City of Zagreb was 790,017. The wider Zagreb metropolitan area includes the City of Zagreb and the separate Zagreb County bringing the total metropolitan area population up to 1,113,111. It is the only metropolitan area in Croatia with a population of over one million. Zagreb is a city with a rich history dating from the Roman times to the present day. Zagreb's numerous museums reflect the history, art and culture not only of Zagreb and Croatia, but also of Europe and the world. Around 30 collections in museums and galleries comprise more than 3.6 million various exhibits, excluding church and private collections.

Zagreb is an important tourist canter, not only in terms of passengers travelling from the rest of Europe to the Adriatic Sea, but also as a travel destination itself. Since the end of the war, it has attracted close to a million visitors annually, mainly from Austria, Germany and Italy. However, the city has even greater potential as many tourists that visit Croatia skip Zagreb in order to visit the beaches along the Croatian Adriatic coast and old historic Renaissance cities such as Dubrovnik, Split, and Zadar. Numerous shops, boutiques, store houses and shopping canters offer a variety of quality clothing. There are about fourteen big shopping centres in Zagreb. Zagreb's offerings include crystal, china and ceramics, wicker or straw baskets, and top-quality Croatian wines and gastronomic products. Many Zagreb restaurants offer various specialities of national and international cuisine.

 
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Faculty of Medicine- University of Oradea


Degrees: Medicine

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 4500€ per Year

Faculty of Medicine- University of Oradea


Degrees: Medicine

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 4500€ per Year

Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy, University of Oradea, Romania

 

Faculty of Medicine- University of Oradea

Degrees:

·         Medicine: in English (80-100 Places)

Tuition fees:

·         Medicine: 6 years - 4500€ per year

 

 

Application procedure for EU citizens: In order to be admitted, the candidates have to take an interview consisting in questions from biology or organic chemistry, followed by interview in English, in order to proof the English language proficiency. The admission exams are scheduled every year from July to September. We provide you preparation material for the interviews.

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. These applicants are evaluated by a committee appointed by each faculty by analysing the documents included in the application files. Applicants who choose to study in English can only benefit from tuition fee places.

The University of Oradea is a public university located in Oradea in north-western Romania. With 15 faculties, the university has a total of 123 fields of study for undergraduates and 151 post-graduate specialization degrees. The university employs 1600 people, of which 1,080 are teaching personnel, and over 21,000 students (including part-time students and those engaging in distance learning). The Faculty of Medicine of the University of Oradea, which was founded in 1991, is located in Piata 1 Decembrie 10. It has two sections, one for the Romanian and one for the international students. The international section which has over 500 students from all over the world gives the ability to foreign students to study medicine, in courses taught entirely in the English language. The Faculty has a 6 years curriculum, and the languages of instruction are Romanian and English. The Faculty of Dentistry has one of the most modern Dentistry laboratories, with all the latest technology equipment. The clinical courses are taking place in the Bihor County Hospital, the Municipality Hospital and the Pelican Hospital.

Oradea, the capital city of Bihor County and Crișana region, is one of the important centers of economic, social and cultural development in the western part of Romania, retaining these characteristics throughout history. The city is nestled between the hills that separate and unify in a harmonious way with plain Crișana. Located on the banks of Crișul Repede River, that divides the city into almost equal halves, it is the gateway to Central and Western Europe. Located about 10 km (6.2 mi) from Borș, the most important crossing point on the west border (with Hungary), Oradea ranks tenth in size among Romanian cities. While modern Oradea is first mentioned in 1113 (under the Latin name Varadinum), recent archaeological findings, in and around the city, provide evidence of a more or less continuous habitation since the Neolithic.

Oradea is one of the main education centers of Romania. The city is home to the University of Oradea, one of the largest universities in the country. There are also several private universities, one being Agora University, a modern academic institution founded in 2000. Emanuel University, a Baptist school, also exists in the city since 2002. The traditions of higher education in Oradea, metaphorically speaking, go back to time immemorial. This year 2015 there are 235 years since the inauguration of higher education in Oradea and 48 years of continuous higher education in Oradea. At the end of the 18th century, "a higher institution for philosophic teaching" is founded in Oradea in 1780, which was to become in 1788 the Faculty of Law, the oldest faculty not only within the Romanian borders but also in a vast region of Eastern Europe.