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    Hi guys,

    Is anyone else applying to UEM Madrid for dentistry this year?
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    Hi,
    Im considering applying but the only thing that concerns me is student finances. As the course is €17600/year (£13000) tuition fees + living costs, im going to need a student loan.
    Do they provide you with one?
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    (Original post by batman2909)
    Hi,
    Im considering applying but the only thing that concerns me is student finances. As the course is €17600/year (£13000) tuition fees + living costs, im going to need a student loan.
    Do they provide you with one?

    This is my only issue as well, but I'm just working really hard to save a lot of money and asking family. There must be a way to get a loan there
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    I am currently emailing the university and as soon as i get enough information I shall post on here.
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    hey, i considering apply too. I toured the campus, met with professors. you should definitely do the same !
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    (Original post by bordelaise33)
    hey, i considering apply too. I toured the campus, met with professors. you should definitely do the same !

    Hey! I've got my interview coming up on friday this week, I was wondering how you got on with yours?
    Was there anything too tricky that they asked?

    I'm quite nervous for mine! Thanks
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    (Original post by rohansood)
    Hey! I've got my interview coming up on friday this week, I was wondering how you got on with yours?
    Was there anything too tricky that they asked?

    I'm quite nervous for mine! Thanks
    Hi dont be nervous it's really easy, people of the administration are Nice and they just want to know why do you want to study at the UEM ☺
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    (Original post by bordelaise33)
    Hi dont be nervous it's really easy, people of the administration are Nice and they just want to know why do you want to study at the UEM ☺

    Thank you! Did they ask general knowledge questions?
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    The interview is such a general chat, nothing to worry about at all! The person was doing more of the talking anyway, about the course and the uni, etc


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    Hi
    I'm planning on going
    But how do you guys afford the tuition fees as there are no loans
    Parents ?
    And are you guys definitely going
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    Hi
    I'm planning on going
    But how do you guys afford the tuition fees as there are no loans
    Parents ?
    And are you guys definitely going







    (Original post by Dreamsxo)
    The interview is such a general chat, nothing to worry about at all! The person was doing more of the talking ayway, about the course and the uni, etc


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    (Original post by Anwar2296)
    Hi
    I'm planning on going
    But how do you guys afford the tuition fees as there are no loans
    Parents ?
    And are you guys definitely going
    I've been working really hard saving every penny so I will have enough of my own savings by September to afford the first year then just asking my parents and trying to get a job out in Spain? I'm definitely going.


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    How old are you ?
    Have you done a degree or in college
    And getting a job in Spain is easier said than done in their economy
    How much is the first year






    (Original post by Dreamsxo)
    I've been working really hard saving every penny so I will have enough of my own savings by September to afford the first year then just asking my parents and trying to get a job out in Spain? I'm definitely going.


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    Hi, I have an offer and I'm planning on studying there this September, i just don't know what to expect
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    Hi guys I got a phone call today from a lady at the uni and she said there are still a few places available. However I do not have a clue about the whole admission process as I will be doing it individually. It is for the September 2015 course and it would be great if someone could help me. Also how is the admissions test like and have you guys arranged accommodation?
    Any insight will be appreciated


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    (Original post by Donvito97)
    Hi guys I got a phone call today from a lady at the uni and she said there are still a few places available. However I do not have a clue about the whole admission process as I will be doing it individually. It is for the September 2015 course and it would be great if someone could help me. Also how is the admissions test like and have you guys arranged accommodation?
    Any insight will be appreciated


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    Hi, i know roughly the outline of the admissions process as i have an offer at the moment and happy to help and inform you of my process. Firstly, I emailed one of the admissions tutor and met up with one in London as they came for an open day. After having a meeting I was forwarded onto another admissions tutor who took care of my application. I filled out the application form with my personal information on. After making an application I had to take two admission tests. The first one was an English test, with English been my first language it's very easy and straightforward with nothing to worry about. The second test is more of a personality test which was about 50 mins long, if comprised of simple questions where you have to rate using a scale how you would reach in a situation. You can't revise for it, it's straight forward and just assesses you as a person. After you complete the two tests the admissions tutor will arrange a time with you for an interview. The interview is very informal and was just a run through of the course and a discussion of my test results and why I wanted to pursue dentistry. After the interview you will told if you get an offer, after this you begin the enrolment process(which I am in the middle of). I hope this helps
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    (Original post by Nala97)
    Hi, I have an offer and I'm planning on studying there this September, i just don't know what to expect
    How did you go about applying to UEM? What is the process for a student in the UK/when should I apply
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    (Original post by mikeoxlong000)
    How did you go about applying to UEM? What is the process for a student in the UK/when should I apply
    Hi, i posted above some of the details on how I applied, it's a little lengthy you can take a look. If apply as soon as possible if I was you. When I started my application process I was told the Valencia campus was already full
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    Hey guys any of you confirmed Madrid UEM??
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    (Original post by Nala97)
    Hi, i posted above some of the details on how I applied, it's a little lengthy you can take a look. If apply as soon as possible if I was you. When I started my application process I was told the Valencia campus was already full
    Do you mind me asking what the name of your admissions tutor was for UEM? I presume they are in charge of a lot of applicants so surely must take a while to organise the application?
 
 
 
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