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    Im interested in studying med in Switzerland in Geneve or Lausanne (still need to do a bit more research on which uni exactly)
    But when i went on their website and tried to look for foreign students requirements for a levels and gcse's I couldnt find it - so does anyoneknow the requirements for geneve for med?
    thanks
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    put this in the medical forum, you'll get responses there.....
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    Do they teach in English?

    Or do you know French/German/Italian? (for patient communication)
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    (Original post by neonlights)
    Im interested in studying med in Switzerland in Geneve or Lausanne (still need to do a bit more research on which uni exactly)
    But when i went on their website and tried to look for foreign students requirements for a levels and gcse's I couldnt find it - so does anyoneknow the requirements for geneve for med?
    thanks
    Is this taught in English (Much like what Democracy asked)
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    (Original post by Democracy)
    Do they teach in English?

    Or do you know French/German/Italian? (for patient communication)
    well I can speak both english and german so hopefully that wont be a problem
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    (Original post by neonlights)
    well I can speak both english and german so hopefully that wont be a problem
    Aren't both those places in the French-speaking part? :confused:

    PS http://www.unige.ch/medecine/enseign...Etrangers.html
    My French isn't so great these days but it looks like you may not qualify to study there... the bit under 'Demande d'équivalence' may be applicable but I can't make an awful lot of sense of it myself!
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    (Original post by neonlights)
    well I can speak both english and german so hopefully that wont be a problem
    How's your Schwitzerdütsch? I was reasonably fluent in German when I went to Switzerland on my gap year, but I couldn't understand a thing for the first few weeks.

    And you'll want French, if you're looking at Geneva and Lausanne.
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    How's your Schwitzerdütsch? I was reasonably fluent in German when I went to Switzerland on my gap year, but I couldn't understand a thing for the first few weeks.

    And you'll want French, if you're looking at Geneva and Lausanne.
    Yeah I went there on holiday, their accent took a while to get used to but I understood for most of it
    And yeah I just realised,well that option is gone for me then
 
 
 
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