Medical education abroad
In the new StudyFree article, we have prepared information about studying in Germany





Germany is one of the few countries that offer high quality but non-expensive education, providing at the same time allowance for living and personal expenses. In Germany, students do not have to be concerned about financing their life and education, so they are able to focus entirely on their studies.
Where is it the easiest to get into med school?
1. Germany
German public schools are free of tuition, and medical schools in Germany do not require any kind of serious entrance exams to apply; besides, you may be admitted to medical school right after finishing high school or, alternatively, after you pass the A-level exam.

"Europe's economical power center" has everything a student may need to get a medical degree for free, if you have been studying German prior to applying to med school.
2. Romania
You will get everything that can be expected from any other country, but for a very low price.

This is one of the best countries in Europe to get an MD in, but not necessarily the best place for medical practice: low residence costs will negatively impact your potential earnings
Everything is quite cheap, and you can easily cover your residence spendings with 500-600 USD a month on rent, groceries, etc. Regardless of the school you choose, you will be paying 3200-5000 Euro a year.
3. Norway
Norway, which takes the 3rd place in our rating of countries where it is the easiest to become a doctor, also has a free education system, so, if you manage to get into a Norwegian medical school, you will not have to pay a single penny for your classes.

However, the entrance requirements can be very high depending on which school you will be applying to.
Besides, residence costs in Norway can be quite expensive; but a big pro is that you will be allowed to work while studying medicine.
4. Ireland
Students who want to get their medical degree in the Republic of Ireland can choose out of the six local medical schools with an average tuition from 60,000 to 80,000 dollars, including residence costs. The price is high, but entrance requirements are comparatively low.
5. Belize
In Belize - one of the countries where it is the easiest to become a doctor - there is a four-year medical academic program certified by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Medical Education Directory. Entrance requirements in Belize are rather lenient, but the prices may be a bit higher.

The average tuition cost is around 5,000 USD per trimester. Residence costs are around 1,000 USD.
Universities to focus on:
1
TUM - Technical University of Munich (1st place in Germany and 55th in the world according to QS World University Rankings 2020)
2
RWTH Aachen University - 7th place in Germany and 138th in the world
3
TU Berlin - Technical University Berlin - 8th in Germany and 147th in the world
These facilities offer training in engineering, information science, data analysis, and electrical engineering.

The most popular are Computer Science/Engineering, Mechatronic, and Data Science.
When applying, remember to pay attention to the university requirements, as you may need GRE test results. This is a test intended for assessing both the analytical skills and knowledge of English that the applicant possesses.
Some prospective students from India want to receive a degree in economics and management.
Universities to focus on:
1
LMU - Ludwid Maximilian University - 2d university in Germany and 63d in the world
2
Hamburg University - 228th best university in the world
3
Freie University Berlin - 6th in Germany and 130th in the world
The most popular programs are Economics, Management, and Finance.

Most of them have high competition, therefore many universities demand passing the GMAT test. Like GRE, it assesses the candidate's analytical skills and command of English.
A huge advantage of Germany is that Bachelor's and Master's programs are tuition-free both for domestic and international students, except for a small fee per semester to cover administration and other costs
Depending on the university, this fee may amount to 100-500 Euro per semester. Sometimes it also includes a student travel card and various student activities
Whichever program you choose, the most important things you should remember when applying to a foreign university are to start preparing beforehand, to draft accurately the application documents, and to plan strategically your personal resources.

Start preparing as early as possible!
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