British medical students in Europe
British medical students abroad in Europe: most UK medical students who go abroad to study medicine have first tried to get in to a medical school in UK. Accredited medical universities in European Economic Area deliver medical degree fully recognized in UK (by General Medical Council - GMC).
Most attractive countries to British medical students in Europe are Romania, Bulgaria, Poland, Check Republic, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Slovakia, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, etc.
UK medical students who wish to study medicine are fall more than the UK university capacity (available seats). Even some of UK students with the best exam results ever achieved may not get a medical university seat and many people miss out for reasons that are not a reflection on their ability or passion for the profession.
Even if UK students who miss out medical university admission are often encouraged to reapply in the UK; this just adds to the pressure for places year on year and while it may be an advisable strategy as it gives you time to gain additional experience, it is not the only one.
Therefore, most UK medical students chose to study medicine abroad, especially in east European country, members of European Union Area. In those countries, UK students are attracted by more flexible admission requirements, reasonable tuition fees, medical study English programs, cheap ling costs, Medical degree recognized in all Europe, etc.
British students who have started medicine in UK or somewhere else can make transfer and finish their study in East European countries. Graduate UK students can apply for fast track medical degree program,
British medical students dreaming becoming Doctors have more possibilities than ever. Even those with not so good high school grade can pass by premedical school program offered by some medical universities and smoothly get into medical university study program in Europe. Note that the other possibility is choosing the university organizing admission by entry test.
British students who go to study medicine in abroad (Europe) have in general good grades. Only available places in British medical universities are limited and even if a student with three A* fails to shine in the personal statement or interview cannot get in. At the end of the day, studying abroad and especially in Europe, gives them a chance of becoming Doctors.
ADMISSION TO MEDICAL UNIVERSITIES IN EUROPE:
Medicine, dental medicine, pharmacy, physiotherapy, nursing, etc. Programs in English and medical residency in leading medical universities in Europe:
- Low tuition fee and living cost, student loans and grants available
- No entrance examinations or alternatively, preparation to entrance examinations
- Arrival (immersion) services
- Admission even before you complete your high school