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Is anyone planning to use study medicine europe to go abroad to study medicine from the UK? If so which country and which web are you using. Im using study med europe
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I'm also considering studying medicine in Bulgaria and have been in touch with an agency and it seems promising. To be completely honest, my main concern is funding. Does anyone know if its possible to get finance abroad. I've been looking and can't seem to find any viable options.
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I'm also considering studying medicine in Bulgaria and have been in touch with an agency and it seems promising. To be completely honest, my main concern is funding. Does anyone know if its possible to get finance abroad. I've been looking and can't seem to find any viable options.
To be honest im not too sure my self the company i want to go thru is 4k charge to the study medicine europe i mean thats a lot but i hav seen lot of applications thru them successsful on reviews on google. Let me know where and which u apply. Im thinkinh romania now. And lemme know if find out bout funding. Thanks
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Did they have any charges for their services?
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Bulgaria is AWESOME. I study there and I LOVE it. Tuitions are on the low end and living costs I think are the lowest in the whole of Europe. I got there with Medlink Students. These guys took me from the airport and toured me around the city (Sofia). We keep in touch with them and I dare say we've become friends. I definitely recommend Bulgaria as well as this particular agency!

How are you finding the course and lecturers? Are you in Medixal university Sofia?
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I think im going to stick with georiga
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What do you mean risk? Is it risky going there??
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It's your risk to take anyway mate
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Oh okay thanks for the information might need to re evaluate 😔
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I'm speaking to someone through medlinks and it's run by former students, who have now come back to the U.K. and are doctors and current students. You get an advisor who guides you through the whole thing and apparently they keep in touch with you throughout your degree, which is consistent with what Hypothalamus77 said. My advisor is from the U.K and is studying in Europe and has been so, so helpful. Certain sites and sources say that in Bulgaria, you may be able to get a loan to help fund your studies, but I've had difficulty finding somewhere so most likely it'll have to be self-funded.
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To be honest im not too sure my self the company i want to go thru is 4k charge to the study medicine europe i mean thats a lot but i hav seen lot of applications thru them successsful on reviews on google. Let me know where and which u apply. Im thinkinh romania now. And lemme know if find out bout funding. Thanks
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Hii guys so i compared the study medicine europe services and the medlinks services and seem like sme offer more support. Not too sure where to go yet and who to chose still have time anyways
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https://www.gov.uk/travel-grants-stu...d/how-to-claim
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Yh i got in contact. Do they also help u find accommodation
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Yes im going to go to crovia romania now.
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There's literally no bad review I've looked all over they do their jobs I guess.
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Where u applied
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I’m going to Plovdiv in September if I don’t go to Sofia and I wondering what are the sports like? Which sports does the university offer and are they graded? Also does the university have societies?

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Hey guys, my name is Israt Jahan and I am a first year student at Plovdiv Medical University in Bulgaria. I just finished my first year exams so If you are interested in studying abroad and have tones of questions, you can ask me. Just to let you know, I came here through medconnect Europe and I highly recommend them for application abroad. I think they are the cheapest agency in U.K. at the moment they are upper years students themselves so it’s extremely helpful having students agents. If you have any question regarding studying abroad, get in touch x you still got until August ish to apply for the next academic year so don’t miss this opportunity if you really really want to study medicine 🙌🏽
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I’m going to Plovdiv in September if I don’t go to Sofia and I wondering what are the sports like? Which sports does the university offer and are they graded? Also does the university have societies?

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Sport is part of your subjects in first year and yes it is graded but it’s really not a big deal, they just care about attendance.
They have football, basketball, tennis, cricket, gym, badminton, table tennis & swimming. There are other stuff which I don’t remember as well. There are loads of societies here such as MSA (Muslim student association), MSOM (medical student on a mission), Somali society, African society, Pakistani society, Indian society and couple of other stuff which u will find out during your induction day if you get in.
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Completely agree with this. How much are they charging now do you know?
They are charging around £1600, flights, hotels & transport included for entrance exams. Prices vary to be fair so you will have to ring them and find out
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Be careful who you study with at Sofia

https://bivol.bg/en/swedes-with-crim...niversity.html
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Thank you so much I’m so excited for uni
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Hey,
Sport is part of your subjects in first year and yes it is graded but it’s really not a big deal, they just care about attendance.
They have football, basketball, tennis, cricket, gym, badminton, table tennis & swimming. There are other stuff which I don’t remember as well. There are loads of societies here such as MSA (Muslim student association), MSOM (medical student on a mission), Somali society, African society, Pakistani society, Indian society and couple of other stuff which u will find out during your induction day if you get in.
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I feel so relieved to actually find a current/recent thread of students going for 2020 entry, all the threads so far that I have seen have been like 5 years ago. I'm in the same boat in terms of finances, does anyone know of a way around it because I'm still searching, the way I see it is that I'm going to have to take out a loan in my name.
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