Medicine abroad- Middle East

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Does anyone have any experiences of studying abroad in the Middle East.
I mainly mean studying medicine there. If so how did u pay for it and how is it like?


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Dubai and Lebanon offer a great deal of good universities, also Egypt. Hope this helps. c:
But from my point of view, European countries are more worth it.
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Have u had any experience applying there or thinking of applying there?
Also u no when u say European countries are more worth it- do u mean like worth the experience and stuff?
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Dubai and Lebanon offer a great deal of good universities, also Egypt. Hope this helps. c:
But from my point of view, European countries are more worth it.
Have u had any experience applying there or thinking of applying there?

Also u no when u say European countries are more worth it- do u mean like worth the experience and stuff?

Thanks !!





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(Original post by Lilly1234567890)
Have u had any experience applying there or thinking of applying there?

Also u no when u say European countries are more worth it- do u mean like worth the experience and stuff?

Thanks !!





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I am from the Middle East, Medicine studies isn't really the thing here, most Middle Eastern doctors get their Bachelors or masters outside. It's just Commerce universities that you can mostly find.
Edinburgh, England, Switzerland or Germany. Belgium can be an option too.
It really depends on you, yes actually Switzerland has been an option for me but you either need to learn German or French and that made my hopes crush.
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I am from the Middle East, Medicine studies isn't really the thing here, most Middle Eastern doctors get their Bachelors or masters outside. It's just Commerce universities that you can mostly find.
Edinburgh, England, Switzerland or Germany. Belgium can be an option too.
It really depends on you, yes actually Switzerland has been an option for me but you either need to learn German or French and that made my hopes crush.
Oh but like doctors that have had degrees abroad have came to the uk and worked here for the nhs.
I guess European countries are the best when it comes to university and degrees though


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Oh but like doctors that have had degrees abroad have came to the uk and worked here for the nhs.
I guess European countries are the best when it comes to university and degrees though


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At the end of the day, its your choice. Best of luck! x
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At the end of the day, its your choice. Best of luck! x
Thanks !! hopefully I can get in in a uk university !! (Fingers crossed)


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