(Original post by WonderWatson)
Hey, where are you studying? If you don’t mind me asking. Also, which country has better facilities, Romania or Bulgaria? And did you apply through an agency? If yes, which one? Also how do you think brexit will have an affect on studying in Europe?
I am studying ukraine. Czech republic is really good but they have a very tough entrance exam. Hungary is great but known as very expensive.Others have similar facilities. But you should go for a Uni where it is not overcrowded. UK is introducing a new universal exam for their graduates and international graduates so brexit won't be a huge problem. In terms of agencies, you should go with one that fits your budget.
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I'm studying in Romania at the moment as well, it's a lot easier to get in than the UK believe me I tried! In terms of BREXIT a lot of things are happening and the only way to be sure is to give it some time. Apart from that we will end up doing a UKMLA exam, I think in 2023. In terms of getting your certificate from the GMC it shouldn't be an issue since everyone will end up doing the exam. Of course I'm going to be biased and say Romania seems to be the better choice, at least for me! I would try and get more student's opinions and maybe even visit the places you wish to study. I came here to Craiova well before I applied just to get a good look at the place and see if it was the university for me. I also applied to Varna but for me I wasn't that much of a sun and surf beach person so I decided on Craiova instead, the brit in me didn't like the sun I suppose.
I have read nothing but terrible things about this so called "new vision university", 6 of the professors teaching there are struck off the medical register so they're not allowed to practice but will "teach" you, it is so unorganised and there's a "new hospital" being advertised that students barely get to practice in because the clinical rotations are constantly getting cancelled due to over capacity of indian students and not enough teachers. Some of the teachers speak good english, but the students I spoke with also said numerous other teachers' english skills match the speaking skills of a 4 year old toddler. To be honest I'm very worried about what I heard so I'm thinking of staying in the UK for another year and trying my luck.
I studied abroad.
But you'll have to do an exam now with Brexit.
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