Study Medicine Abroad
Admission requirements for medical programmes vary from country to country. The basic eligibility includes completion of high school with Biology, Chemistry and Physics/Maths as main subjects.
While some countries require the candidate to qualify in standardised entrance examinations, (e.g., UCAT and BMAT in UK, IMAT in Italy), other countries, like Hungary, Poland, and Czech Republic hold their own examinations, often different universities within the same country conduct separate examinations. Some countries such as Cyprus, Georgia, Russia offer admissions based on performance in high school. Many universities also offer preparatory programmes for students who do not meet the admission requirements.
The course offers students access to a range of comprehensive study material including study notes, mind maps, recorded classes, live lectures and practice tests to help the students in their preparation.