Study Medicine Abroad:
A Medical Education for Students from Around the World
Many students have found that studying medicine in their own country has become increasingly difficult in recent years.
Often there’s limited enrolment, which results in students having to wait a long time before they’re admitted. And then there’s the incredibly high tuition fees that can result in a huge amount of debt that students have to pay off after graduation.
Studying medicine in English at a European university has, therefore, become an attractive alternative. Fees can be lower, and it can be much quicker to achieve enrolment. And aside from these reasons, there’s the cultural benefit of studying overseas.
At the Berlin Medical Academy we help students to follow their dream of pursuing a career in medicine. Our pre-med courses are specifically designed to help students pass their entrance examinations, while we also open the door to a medicine degree at 46 optional medical universities across 12 European countries.
The advantages of studying medicine abroad
- Classes that are taught in English
- 46 leading medical universities in 12 different European countries
- Learn new languages
- Learning from a new culture
- Opening doors to career opportunities across Europe and other countries
- More modest cost of living compared to many home countries, in some cases
Globally Recognised Medical Study
As the reputation of these European medical schools has increased, so too has recognition across the EU and the US. It’s now possible for students to study at these schools and then pursue a career in the UK, EU or US, while the intercultural skills and broader view of medicine that they’ve obtained is also highly valued.
The First Step – Choosing the Right University
Deciding which school is right for you depends on a variety of factors, from cultural to financial. While some have limited enrolment numbers or specific eligibility requirements. At the Berlin Medical Academy we’re on hand to advise you and discuss options with you.
The Berlin Medical Academy’s pre-med course can open doors to studying general medicine in English at universities across 12 European countries.
These universities offer a top class medical education that is recognised in countries such as the UK, the US and Canada. As such, studying at one of these schools is increasingly popular.
These universities offer cutting-edge methods, while fees tend to be lower together with cost of living. Then there’s the unique linguistic and cultural advantages that come with studying and living abroad.