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For those student who are looking to study Medicine, I can advise about University in Bolivia/ Paraguai.
I’m actually studying my 5 semestre.
No exams entry and 250 dólares monthly.
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but its so far awayyy
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but its so far awayyy
Not so far.
You start study’s in February till end of June, got a break one month and the start August till middle of December. For the prices is better.
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what are the entry requirements, A-levels and Gcses needed, is the course taught in English,also what is the exact name of the university because I cant seem to find it on google.
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what are the entry requirements, A-levels and Gcses needed, is the course taught in English,also what is the exact name of the university because I cant seem to find it on google.
The course is in Spanish.
You can see www.unifranz.com
Universidade Católica de Santa Cruz de la Sierra - Bolivia. I’m studying at Unifranz
In this town got another 4 University.
I don’t understand about English level becauseBrazilian. But don’t meet level you need to have a ceryicate you finished the high School. Don’t need to be like good in biology or quimiquis. In Brasil we study three years in high school what’s is enough to start any graduation in Brasil or South America.
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The course is in Spanish.
You can see www.unifranz.com
Universidade Católica de Santa Cruz de la Sierra - Bolivia. I’m studying at Unifranz
In this town got another 4 University.
I don’t understand about English level becauseBrazilian. But don’t meet level you need to have a ceryicate you finished the high School. Don’t need to be like good in biology or quimiquis. In Brasil we study three years in high school what’s is enough to start any graduation in Brasil or South America.
The entry is your personal document and the certificate of high school and pay one month fees, sign the 6 months contrat ant start to study. Very simple.
We are around 20 thousands brasilia student in this country because in Brasil is hard to get in Medicine course and so expensive, poor people can’t study there.
My university got intercâmbio in Spain, Chile, Brasil, Mexico and wherever the students go!
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The course is in Spanish.
You can see www.unifranz.com
Universidade Católica de Santa Cruz de la Sierra - Bolivia. I’m studying at Unifranz
In this town got another 4 University.
I don’t understand about English level becauseBrazilian. But don’t meet level you need to have a ceryicate you finished the high School. Don’t need to be like good in biology or quimiquis. In Brasil we study three years in high school what’s is enough to start any graduation in Brasil or South America.
www.unifranz.edu.bo
se.unifranz.edu.bo
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Hi, I'm really interested in applying for medicine in Bolivia. I live in UK at the moment, I am European citizen. I would like to know if the entry requirements have changed. Is there an entry test, do we study in English as well or just Spanish. I'm really looking forward to hearing from you.
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