Where is it the easiest to get into med school?
In this article you will find out about the safest countries to study abroad in





The most important thing for a student, besides a prestigious education, an opportunity to apply the gained knowledge in one's future career, and networking, is the safety of the country where he is planning to move for school! In this article we have selected the safest countries for your child to study abroad in, and, if you are not a parent, still check out this article to decide for yourself where you want to go to school in the future and, most importantly, where you can migrate safely.


Where is it the easiest to get into med school?
Himalaya mountain range
Himalaya is a mountain range in the Indian subcontinent, which separates the Indo-Gangetic Plain from the Tibetan Plateau.
Mind that some countries that are popular with students, such as the USA, Australia, Germany and the UK are not in the top 10 of the safety rating, but are still viewed as quite attractive moving options.
Below we will take a look at the education options provided by the countries deemed to be the safest in 2020 and tell you about financing opportunities:
There are no such issues with Master's degree or PhD programs - programs in English are available, the necessary score for admission is TOEFL 91+ or IELTS 6,5+
Scholarships up to 100% coverage:

The state-sponsored scholarship for studying Icelandic language Erasmus Plus

The FAE community scholarship for the Iceland school of Energy

A "Sustainable Future" scholarship for the Iceland school of Energy

The "Green program" scholarship

The "Dean's List" scholarship for the Reykjavik University

Travel grants for PhD students of the Reykjavik University
Tuition cost: 650-7,500 USD/year
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2. New Zealand
New Zealand students pay no tuition whatsoever thanks to the Fees Free program, and foreign students can apply for grants and scholarships. Usually candidates with high grades and academic achievements are given the most consideration, and well-written motivation letters and references are also important.
Scholarships up to 100% coverage:

University of Canterbury Scholarships

A.C. Rayner Memorial Scholarship

Alan Musgrave Scholarship in Philosophy

Barry Spicer and Owen G Glenn PhD Scholarships

Dean's International Doctoral Scholarships, FMHS
Tuition cost: 4,300-31,000 USD/year
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3. Portugal
You must personally check with the university on whether they recognize diplomas issued by your country; sometimes you have to reach out to the General Directorate on Education for the official recognizal of equivalency.
Like in Iceland, most programs here are taught in Portugalian, so we recommend familiarizing yourself with the language prior to applying, or sign up for a language year at your university.
Scholarships up to 100% coverage:

State-sponsored scholarship - Bolsas de estudo

Scholarships issued by the Instituto Camoes

The FCT Scholarship

Erasmus Plus

The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation scholarships

Santander University scholarships
Tuition cost: 3,500-26,000 USD/year
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4. Austria
Students all over the world are drawn to Austria because of the cheap and prestigious education. The college application process in Austria takes a long time, so we recommend to start preparing at least a year in advance. In large universities, processing international student applications takes a few weeks.
This period often overlaps with Visa applications, which can lead to missed deadlines.
You can also receive a so-called conditional acceptance letter; in this case, in order to confirm that you can study in Austria, you may need to pass additional exams (in English, Mathematics, History or Geography) and boost your German level up to C1.
Scholarships up to 100% coverage:

Scholarships are issued individually by universities and other institutions.

Current opportunities are listed in the Austrian database of scholarships and research grants. You can find the separate list of programs on OeAD's main page.
Tuition cost: 1,700-29,000 USD/year
All the information on universities and scholarships can be found on our platform. You can also reach out to a mentor for help to choose the right program for you and get the most options to study abroad!
5. Denmark
Denmark offers more than 700 programs in English, but Bachelor's degree options are few. Most English programs are reserved for Master's degree and PhD students. The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) offers only 3 programs in English
However, international students are unlikely to face a language barrier in their daily routines: the Danes boast a 4th place in the world in their knowledge of English.
Scholarships up to 100% coverage:

University scholarships

Scholarships sponsored by the Danish government in the bounds of cultural agreements

Ploteus database scholarships
Tuition cost: 4,700-16,900 USD/year
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6. Canada
Bachelor's degree applicants can apply right after finishing the 11th grade and attend university or a trade school. You can apply for Master's degree and PhD programs if you have a Bachelor's degree or a Master's degree diploma respectively.
Canadian universities have two admission deadlines: in September and January. Some universities have a third deadline as well.
Keep in mind that the admission committees often consider applications as they arrive and in the frames of a specific quota, and therefore, filing your application early significantly increases your chances.
Scholarships up to 100% coverage:

If you have academic, athletic, or professional achievements on your record, you have all the chances to get some form of financial support from the university or the state.

The number of scholarship recipients is always limited, and the competition is extraordinarily high: therefore it is crucial to file your application as early as possible.

All available scholarships can be seen here. The information on scholarships issued by individual provinces is listed on the websites of respective education department
Tuition cost: 4,700-16,900 USD/year
All the information on universities and scholarships can be found on our platform. You can also reach out to a mentor for help to choose the right program for you and get the most options to study abroad!
7. Singapore
Singapore is the perfect place for an international student to get a degree in sciences, business, finances, or management. The prestige associated with a Singaporean diploma will let the graduate to seek employment both in his home country and in countries all over the world.
The state is generous in financing universities and students, but getting full financing can be tough: you need to write a convincing motivation letter and confirm your excellent academic record.
Scholarships up to 100% coverage:

Singapore Ministry of Education scholarship

Additional financing sources from large organizations

University scholarships
Tuition cost: 8,000 - 66,000 USD/year
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8. The Czech Republic

In the Czech republic you can attend an application prep program if your Czech is not great. Free education is only available in Czech, but scholarships and grants are available for programs taught in English

Scholarships up to 100% coverage:

The Visegrad Fund scholarship is the most accessible option of all private scholarships. It is financed by the government of the Visegrad group (the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary).

Besides, many Czech universities participate in academic mobility programs such as CEEPUS and ERASMUS.
Tuition cost: 100-5,500 USD/year
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9. Japan
It is important to know that you need 12 grades of school in order to apply to a Bachelor's degree program. All programs are taught in English. Japanese education is considered high-quality and is renowned all over the world: the QS international rating included 5 Japanese universities in its list of the world's top 100
Japan holds the 9th place in the list of most popular countries to get an education in.
Scholarships up to 100% coverage:

Japanese schools require both in-state and international students to pay tuition.

However, some student categories are exempt from tuition payment:

Master's degree and PhD students who are not able to pay tuition due to financial circumstances and who have extraordinary academic achievements;

Students who are not able to pay tuition due to the death of the individual, who was supposed to pay;

Students who are not able to pay tuition due to the losses associated with natural disasters (floods, hurricanes) that happened in the past year;

Students who are not able to pay tuition due to other grievous circumstances.

The following scholarships are also available:

Japan's state-sponsored scholarships (Monbukagakusho:MEXT)

The Monbukagakusho Honors Scholarship for Privately-Financed International Students.

Local scholarships sponsored by the government or by international companies

Private grants
Tuition cost: 100-5,500 USD/year
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10. Switzerland
Swiss education is considered very prestigious and is associated with the elites. A Swiss diploma is a sign of quality for employers in every country of the world, and tuition here is not as high as many would suppose. Your high school diploma is not equivalent to its Swiss counterpart:
the local high school lasts 3-4 years, and graduates receive a specific specialty based on which they can choose which schools to apply to. Instead of spending 2 years in a CIS university you can attend an international IB or A-level program in Switzerland or in one of Russia's large cities.
A certificate of completion of such courses will let you apply to most Swiss universities without having to take additional exams.
Scholarships up to 100% coverage:

Swiss Government Excellence Scholarships;

ETH Excellence Scholarship;

EPFL Excellence Fellowships;

University of Geneva Excellence Master Fellowships;

UNIL Master's Grants in Switzerland for Foreign Students;

University of St. Gallen HSG Funds;

Hirschmann grant for master's students attending Swiss UAS;

IMD MBA Scholarships;
Tuition cost: 1,700-54,300 USD/year
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