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Is there or will it be available in 2020 any undergraduate medical courses in English in Germany
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Is there or will it be available in 2020 any undergraduate medical courses in English in Germany
Was there ever one?

Anyway even if the course is taught entirely in English, you'd still need good German to speak to the local patients - take their history, examine them and explain your findings and treatment plan (in German!).

I have moved your thread to the International Studies forum, hopefully the experts here will be able to answer your Q.
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Thank you , well I'm from Morocco and I'm searching for univercities to study medicine abroad but infochently i can speak only Arabic, French,and English . So is it possible to begin my medical studies in Germany while learning the language
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Is there any medical courses tough in English in the Netherlands
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Thank you , well I'm from Morocco and I'm searching for univercities to study medicine abroad but infochently i can speak only Arabic, French,and English . So is it possible to begin my medical studies in Germany while learning the language
Yes, it's definitely possible. Have you not considered French med schools?

They'd literally let anyone in, from what I heard. The "weeding out the not-committed" prcess takes place during med school, so most people entering med school year 1 will not end up being a doctor by the end of the course.

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Is there any medical courses tough in English in the Netherlands
Also, please stop making new threads for what is essentially the same question.
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The problem in French med schools is that you start with one common year and you need to pass two exams before being selected for studying medicine or pharmacology .... so there is alot of risk in there they select 200 to be doctors from 2500 student in the common year
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