Vet Med at Trakia uni in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria 2019

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I actually emailed the uni about applying through agencies and was asking which one they would recommend but they told me to not bother applying through any and to just apply directly to the university
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How so, If you've translated and legalized the documents surely that's it? Also cheaper than spending a couple of grand
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Yeah you can still apply without having an agency it’s just much harder to get accepted
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Yeah it’s just from what I’ve heard it’s pretty hard to get accepted without one. Like it’s possible obviously just depends how good your grades are I guess lol
Ah, that's interesting... so the agencies in essence nullify your grades?
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Hello!!! I'm Maria and I'm from Spain .

I'm studying in the veterinary faculty from Córdoba and I would be the first person that would go there from my faculty so I'm a bit scared.
I have searched a group on Facebook and it hasn't got activity so we can create a group for new a students there and we could help ourselves and asking about every topic there.
What do you think about the difficulties of English programme classes? It is easy to pass exams?? I want to choose some subjects that are so difficult here, like infectious diseases, reproduction, inside medicine etc.
Do you recommend me to go there with Erasmus? My principal objetive is learning more english, learning a lot of veterinary medicine, doing practices with animals and enjoying and travelling around that countries.
Do you like Stara Zagora to live there?? Is it a safe place??

Another topic is that I would like to live in a renting flat and I dont find so much on internet!! Would you like to live there?? The residence is outside of the centre and dome people havent recommended me.

Thank you so much for your help!!!
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Hi all, I was wondering if anyone who is currently at the uni has a set budget that they adhere to over the year? Is this something you considered before you went? Thanks!
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Hi there ! I come from Italy and I’m thinking up to start med vet in Trakia University. Are there others Italians?
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(Original post by Anee_kh)
Hi, upon being rejected from all the uk unis I applied to this year, post interview, (2nd year applicant) I have decided to try abroad.
What is SME? And how did you decide on Bulgaria as opposed to the other countries that offer the course?
I really don’t know which one to choose, but Bulgaria being the cheapest is why it’s at the top of my list.
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(Original post by aerobatt)
Hi guys! Welcome to Trakia University! I am a second year student here, and I’d be happy to help anyone with any questions you all have. Looking forward to seeing new first years on campus!

Also, just to mention I am a veterinary student! But I have friends in medical if you guys need any help there!
Hi I am starting vet med at trakia in Sept 2019 wondering u have some advice on the enrollment process at the uni and how classes work x
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(Original post by aerobatt)
Hi, yeah I am from the UK, I live in England So far, the course is great for me personally! The tests here are definitely structured differently to England (they consist of sometimes learning small written essays or multiple choices) but it’s still good. The timetables are random but consist of practical lessons and lectures, sometimes with an hour or two breaks during the day. Personally I do have a good balance between work and socialising! The uni days can sometimes be long depending on your timetable and upcoming exams but I’ve never felt particularly stressed or as if I didn’t have enough time to relax, unless I had to study for a major exam such as anatomy. But I guess that can vary for people depending on how they study and how long for The first two years consist of mostly written work, sometimes we get to visit the farms and stuff like that, but from third year onwards there are clinical lessons Any other questions about anything in particular feel free to ask!
Hi how did u find an apartment in stara zagora??
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How did u find one
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Anyone looking for an apartment in Stara zagora use Royal estates. And ask for Peter he speaks amazing English and is so so helpful at finding an apartment and with sorting out any concerns and questions you have
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Hi, could you give me an idea how much SME charge for their services, thinking ilof applying through then for 2020 start at Stara Zagora
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Hi there, I also just started my application with SME to study Veterinary Medicine at Trakia University for 2019.
I am just wondering if anyone knew what the class structure/sizes are like. Also are there many applicants from the UK that take the English Veterinary course?
Hi, could give me an idea about the charges from SME? THX
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Hi, could give me an idea about the charges from SME? THX
Hi there, SME charged me £2,500 in two installments (one near the beginning and one after receiving my acceptance letter) but on top of that is also fees to get your exam certificates etc... Legalized at a notary which can be approx £100 I think (depend where you go).
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OK great, thanks, have you found their services good so far?
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OK great, thanks, have you found their services good so far?
Hi, yes so far they been fairly helpful, they have sorted out what documents I needed to apply and arranged the entrance exam and pre-departure meeting in London. I haven't relocated yet, so can't tell you how helpful they will be then.
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I believe SME is the best place to get the admission for medicine, they were so supportive with me during the period of my admission and even they are supporting and giving the advice related to my university and study.
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Hello,

I am İrem from Turkey. I’ve applied for veterinary medicine in Trakia University for this fall. I am going there this monday for the entry exams. I would love to meet you!
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(Original post by blueonblue)
Hello,

I am İrem from Turkey. I’ve applied for veterinary medicine in Trakia University for this fall. I am going there this monday for the entry exams. I would love to meet you!
Also, I am studying a bit for the biology exam, I read somewhere that they were given the answers of the previous exams. I couldn’t find any answers and whilst studying, I have issues answering some of the questions. Does anyone have the answers of the previous biology exams on the school’s site?
Thank you.
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How much is rent and living expenses in Trakia uni
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