Would I have to travel to the country to attend an interview?
Having sat the UKCAT and BMAT ourselves, we know how intimidating it can be. That is why we give up-to-date information on the format and scoring of the exam and give suggestions for further resources, including free resources, that are available to help you prepare.
What is it like to study medicine in Eastern Europe?
We’ve made contact with the best person to answer that question: a current student. We spoke with students at every medical school in this book, who gave us their honest opinions on studying at their respective university. Each of them would recommend their course to any medical applicant, and believe studying medicine in another country can be an enriching and rewarding experience.
Will I be able to return to the UK after I get my medical degree abroad?
Yes! Every medical school in this book allow graduates to practice medicine in the UK.
Which medical schools does the Guidebook for Eastern Europe, Ireland and Italy cover?
We’re proud to say our book includes detailed and up-to-date information on every medical school with an English language programme in Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. If you want to study medicine in Europe: we have it all covered!
I used this book to help advise a student in 207/18 who wanted to get to Medical School. It contains useful hints and tips for personal statements and a piece for each university on what to expect. It is like a little piece of insider knowledge! Just so that you know, she was successful in getting to University of Bristol.