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Is anyone applying to study medicine abroad?
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Is anyone applying to study medicine abroad?
Hey, I am considering to apply for Medicine for February 2016 but I am going to apply for September 2016 intake to be on the safe side, you?
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Hey, I am considering to apply for Medicine for February 2016 but I am going to apply for September 2016 intake to be on the safe side, you?
Where are you planning to apply?

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Where are you planning to apply?

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I was planning to apply for Pleven for Feb. Deadline is coming up so I need to decide quick. Otherwise I was going to have a look for September entry to study Medicine in Bulgaria
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Hey, I am considering to apply for Medicine for February 2016 but I am going to apply for September 2016 intake to be on the safe side, you?
Im not sure whether to apply abroard.I may take a gap year and try to apply in the UK.
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Hi, I was wondering if someone could give me some advice. I got rejected from Medicine in August and I applied again to apply for September 2016. I was planning to retake some of the exams to make up for lost grades. I really don't want to get my hopes up again and not get in. I know Pleven do Feb intake from researching. Does anyone know if it is too late to apply?


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hi, I have been planning to study abroad and after asking alot i have been adviced to study in romania, and now i advice you guys to go there too since it is cheaper than many other countries, and they follow the european system so you directly work in any place in europe after graduation.
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hi, I have been planning to study abroad and after asking alot i have been adviced to study in romania, and now i advice you guys to go there too since it is cheaper than many other countries, and they follow the european system so you directly work in any place in europe after graduation.
Which university in Romania have yu applied for and when do they start? BecauseI dont want to waste a year. I spoke with Tutelage and they still have applications open for Pleven for Feb 2016. They also said its gmc approved to so I can work straight away in UK also!
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I was planning to apply for Pleven for Feb. Deadline is coming up so I need to decide quick. Otherwise I was going to have a look for September entry to study Medicine in Bulgaria
Hi, did you end up applying for Pleven?
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Which university in Romania have yu applied for and when do they start? BecauseI dont want to waste a year. I spoke with Tutelage and they still have applications open for Pleven for Feb 2016. They also said its gmc approved to so I can work straight away in UK also!
actually i contacted medlink students today and they were very nice and friendly they will check if there are places at craiova university and get back to me. they seem helpful and i can rely on. i hope they find a place for me i heard craiova is one of the best universities. thx for yuor help
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actually i contacted medlink students today and they were very nice and friendly they will check if there are places at craiova university and get back to me. they seem helpful and i can rely on. i hope they find a place for me i heard craiova is one of the best universities. thx for yuor help
I have already got in touch with Tutelage to help me with the application process so I can get into Pleven for February. Its cool!
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hey guys, im interested as well. Interested in Italy, bulgaria and romania atm.
Hey, where are you mainly being drawn towards? They're all pretty much different from each other
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i spoke to someone who experienced bulgaria. He said there are around 200+ english students so that seems appealing. Hoping to apply for next september entry. I checked the GMC website and studying there should allow us to be licensed and fully registered to practise within the UK. Where are you thinking of studying?
Yeah I've heard roughly the same figures.. over 300 UK students apparently so that's a good thing! Yesss that's true so it does make things a bit easier. I've applied to study in Bulgaria too but for February not September. I applied to start at Pleven hopefully
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best wishes bro, if you ever do end up applying september ill be joining ya!
hopefully you'll succeed and god bless
You too bro! My hearts set on applying for Feb, I can't deal with another year off! But tell us where you end up applying
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I'm thinking of going to Pleven. I got my conditional letter a couple of months ago. I was wondering if it was good. Is Pleven pleasant to stay in? I heard that there are many Indians there?
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I'm thinking of going to Pleven. I got my conditional letter a couple of months ago. I was wondering if it was good. Is Pleven pleasant to stay in? I heard that there are many Indians there?
Are you going in February?
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Hey, have you guys completed a levels? I just want to know, if you're doing a levels, you get results in August right so what do you send to the uni?
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Yeah. I'm going in February.
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Hi
I've been meaning to apply abroad, but I'm not sure about their entry requirements. From research, every university abroad says that they need a certificate to state that you've been in education for 12 years. However, there much be some requirements. So, what are the GCSE'S and A-level requirements? Also, is most of the emphasis placed on the entrance exam?
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I've been meaning to apply abroad, but I'm not sure about their entry requirements. From research, every university abroad says that they need a certificate to state that you've been in education for 12 years. However, there much be some requirements. So, what are the GCSE'S and A-level requirements? Also, is most of the emphasis placed on the entrance exam?
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It depends which uni you are considering? Most require above B's and some unis mainly give a place based on results of the entrance exam

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