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    Im a 17 year old alevel student in England and i have always wanted to study medicine. Problem is my alevels are predicted BBC in maths bio and chem.
    Ive researched medicine abroad,mostly in Romania and was wondering how/when to apply. Also ive heard an agency is the best way to apply, so if anyone has studied medicine in Eastern Europe and has any advise on agencies and so on will greatly be appreciated
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    I hear Study Medicine Europe is very helpful but can be expensive. Another agency is Tutelage.
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    Thanks for the reply.
    Apparently the tuition fees are around €5000 which is way cheaper than the UK.
    Also living costs are considerably cheaper
 
 
 
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