The General Pre-med Course will prepare you for entrance exams to over 40 medical universities in 16 different EU countries such as those in Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Croatia, Cyprus, Slovakia, Italy, Latvia, Romania, Lithuania, Serbia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova and Armenia.

The full courses last 21 weeks and include the teaching and learning of the main scientific subject knowledge in Anatomy, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths and Problem Solving that you need to pass your entrance exams.

The review courses last 1 week and cover specifically the main areas and individuals sections of the specific exam, without the learning of the main scientific subject knowledge.

If you do not already have the required scientific knowledge in Anatomy, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths and Problem Solving, then you will need to take the full course (which includes the review course) which lasts 22 weeks.

If you do already have the required scientific knowledge, then you will only need to take the review course which lasts 1 week.

Yes we accept students from all over the world.

We can also help you with your applications to medical universities as we have a network of over 40 medical schools in 16 countries and a proven track record of helping our students get places to study medicine.

Yes we can help you find suitable accommodation in London once you are enrolled as a student on one of our courses.

In the UK there are strict entry requirements for studying medicine, as students are required to have minimum of 3 A-Levels at grade A. This is not the case in Europe. After taking our pre-med course, you would be qualified for entry at any medical university in Europe.

All well as this, because of the high tuition fees and a low places to applications ratio, studying medicine in the UK is not always a viable option for UK residents and because of this, many UK students choose to study in Europe.

Last year there were over 80,000 applications to study medicine in the UK and only 12% of students were awarded a place. This also applies to dentistry with only 12% of applicants granted a place and veterinary medicine with only 14% granted a place.

In the UK the cost of studying medicine is approximately £9,000 per year. In Europe, each country and university has different costs for studying medicine ranging from €2,000 – €20,000 per year.

Applicants must apply via the admissions page and fill in all of the information as required on the application for. Each course has different requirements, so please visit the course pages for details.

Once we have receive your application. it will be reviewed by our admissions team and we will contact you if we need any additional information.

Once an application has been approved, you will be sent an acceptance letter and an invoice. The invoice will need to be paid as per the payment terms listen on the invoice.

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