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Hiiii!!! Did anyone get an email regarding their admission to dentistry in the September of 2020 already?☺️
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Hello,

I am suppose to get a letter by tomorrow! Have you received your acceptance?
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Got accepted back in January as well, are you guys going to live at the dorms or rent an apartment in the nearby towns ?
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Got accepted back in January as well, are you guys going to live at the dorms or rent an apartment in the nearby towns ?
Congrats! Most likely getting an apartment nearby.... how about you? Where abouts in Canada are you from? I'm also moving from Canada
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I’m from Toronto hbu ? Yea I was thinking the same thing, I don’t think the dorms are worth the price. I going visit the campus and check out apartment options in a month or so. Did you start applying for your student visa yet ?
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Nice! I'm from Van. And no I have not, have you started your visa application? I found this info online: https://erasmusu.com/en/erasmus-cana...nadians-426441

One thing that I'm a bit worried about is getting an apartment to provide proof of address in Spain for my visa application...Unless I can go get a place first then apply for my visa online using my new address..

Which Canadian health insurance company will you go with for your duration in Spain? I had Pacific Blue Cross during my undergrad so I will probably contact them again...but also looking into other options.

Also, how are you getting your high school diploma certified by the Spain's Ministry of Education for your legal consent form?
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Hello,

I am suppose to get a letter by tomorrow! Have you received your acceptance?
Hi,
Congratulations on your acceptance. I also got mine in January
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Got accepted back in January as well, are you guys going to live at the dorms or rent an apartment in the nearby towns ?
I'm considering the dorms for security and its easy access. But, I'm looking into nearby apartments too.
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I’m from Toronto hbu ? Yea I was thinking the same thing, I don’t think the dorms are worth the price. I going visit the campus and check out apartment options in a month or so. Did you start applying for your student visa yet ?
Are you also starting in September 2020? Because for that period, I think it is still maybe early to apply for visa but it might be a good idea to start preparing documents needed and apply early.
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For the legal consent this is the information I have:

If you are admitted, as an international student you have to submit a legal requirement to enroll in our university. It depends on your studies. If you are:

- International or European Baccalaureate, or High School Diploma from the European Union education system or a Country with a reciprocal agreement.

UNED Accreditation

http://portal.uned.es/portal/page?_p..._schema=PORTAL



- High School Diploma from a non-European Union education system or a Country with no reciprocal agreement.

You must pass the Universidad Europea admissions process.

Official high school diploma recognition resolution issued by the Spanish Ministry of Education (MECD).You must provisionally submit the Provisional Registration Receipt (valid for the entire academic year) www.mecd.gob.es

Hope it helps!
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Maddy.My134 Congrats! Thats good to know there is another person here that is starting dentistry at UEM this September! Are you an international student as well, if so when are you applying for your visa and where are you from? Have you been able to log in to your UEM account? Were you able to look at courses you want to register into for your first semester? I was told not to fill in any courses on my enrolment form so I am guessing the courses are selected for us? Do you know any information about first semester/courses?
Also, could anyone provide steps/how to navigate the site for the Spanish Ministry of Education to get our diplomas recognized?

Thats a lot of questions sorry!
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Maddy.My134 Congrats! Thats good to know there is another person here that is starting dentistry at UEM this September! Are you an international student as well, if so when are you applying for your visa and where are you from? Have you been able to log in to your UEM account? Were you able to look at courses you want to register into for your first semester? I was told not to fill in any courses on my enrolment form so I am guessing the courses are selected for us? Do you know any information about first semester/courses?
Also, could anyone provide steps/how to navigate the site for the Spanish Ministry of Education to get our diplomas recognized?

Thats a lot of questions sorry!
Hiii,

It's great to know that you'll be joining too

Yes I'm an international student too, I will be applying from Malaysia as I've spent 12 years here, although I'm not Malaysian myself.

For visa, I was planning on visiting the embassy of Spain here to get a detailed information of documents needed and hopefully start applying for it by next month.

Yes I was able to log in to my UEM account, but I still have not looked at courses I want to register, as I just made the reservation fee via my account. Likewise, I don't really have much information about the first semester, but hopefully the university will send us more information soon.

To get our diplomas recognized is something even I'm lost about tbh so if anyone knows and could help I would appreciate it!
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Hiii,

It's great to know that you'll be joining too

Yes I'm an international student too, I will be applying from Malaysia as I've spent 12 years here, although I'm not Malaysian myself.

For visa, I was planning on visiting the embassy of Spain here to get a detailed information of documents needed and hopefully start applying for it by next month.

Yes I was able to log in to my UEM account, but I still have not looked at courses I want to register, as I just made the reservation fee via my account. Likewise, I don't really have much information about the first semester, but hopefully the university will send us more information soon.

To get our diplomas recognized is something even I'm lost about tbh so if anyone knows and could help I would appreciate it!
Hey! Sorry for the late reply I was hoping to have a bit more info to share with you in regards to all the documents. I love that there will be a lot of international students in this program .

What information can you see when you log into your UEM account? I haven't been able to log in... and I emailed them twice about it but I haven't been able to receive any new login number or how to fix this problem . I am trying to find out if we get to pick our classes/schedule or if it is a set schedule that is already chosen for all of us? Do you know any information about our schedule/classes?

Also when do you plan on moving to Madrid?

Have a nice day!

When do you plan to move to Spain? I'm going in July
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Hey,

Im pretty sure the courses are preset for all five years, in our fifth year we get to choose between a couple of electives. On the link below scroll down to STUDY PLAN on the right side and it will show you all the courses you must complete for every year.

https://universidadeuropea.es/en/mad...gree-dentistry

As for proof of address, i read that putting the schools address temporarily until you have found your apartment is what most people do. I am leaning more towards living in the student halls at UEM myself at least for the first year.

In terms of insurance overseas, UEM recommends an insurance company aonstudentinsurance.com but you can go with other companies as well.

How to get our high school diplomas recognized is a bit confusing for me as well, but my agent for UEM told me to bring my original high school transcript or diploma to Spain and they will let us know the next steps then.

I found most of this info and other useful things on the link below starting on page 35

https://universidadeuropea.es/media/...f?v=1&inline=1

Our first semester starts on September 10 to January 25th while our second starts on January 28th- June 7th, I am a bit confused on whether these dates include the exam schedule or not though.

Winter break December 23rd-January 7th

I will most likely move to spain around July as well
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Hey,

Im pretty sure the courses are preset for all five years, in our fifth year we get to choose between a couple of electives. On the link below scroll down to STUDY PLAN on the right side and it will show you all the courses you must complete for every year.

https://universidadeuropea.es/en/mad...gree-dentistry

As for proof of address, i read that putting the schools address temporarily until you have found your apartment is what most people do. I am leaning more towards living in the student halls at UEM myself at least for the first year.

In terms of insurance overseas, UEM recommends an insurance company aonstudentinsurance.com but you can go with other companies as well.

How to get our high school diplomas recognized is a bit confusing for me as well, but my agent for UEM told me to bring my original high school transcript or diploma to Spain and they will let us know the next steps then.

I found most of this info and other useful things on the link below starting on page 35

https://universidadeuropea.es/media/...f?v=1&inline=1

Our first semester starts on September 10 to January 25th while our second starts on January 28th- June 7th, I am a bit confused on whether these dates include the exam schedule or not though.

Winter break December 23rd-January 7th

I will most likely move to spain around July as well
Thanks for all the info! The course outlines on the UEM dentistry website, after you click on each course, it gives a detailed outline including which weeks the exams will be on.

Which agency did you use as a Canadian applicant? Are you a Highschool or Uni graduate? I wasn't able to find an agency so thanks for sharing! I just ordered my diploma and transcripts, I'm going to get it authenticated by the Ministry of Education in BC and I'll bring that over to Spain to get it stamped there as well and submit it to UEM.

Also, do you know if you can register for the NIE number while your in canada? I found an NIE application form if you want, but I'm not sure if people from Vancouver or Toronto can apply because I found it under Montreal's Spain consulate website.

I was planning on moving mid July to get settled etc but nothing is set in stone due to COVID-19.. I am thinking of going there even later mid August now.. How are you feeling about moving to Spain as of now? And yeah I would've liked to be in the student hall but I am bringing my dog with me and hopefully will be able to find a place close to campus.
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Hey guys im also considering study at UEM but i havent yet started the application process. do you know when the deadline is?
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Hey guys im also considering study at UEM but i havent yet started the application process. do you know when the deadline is?
I'm not sure what the deadline is. You can email the school and ask for an application and they will continue to provide info on deadlines and documents. Good luck!
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Hi everyoneI was wondering did anyone of you do the Spanish entrance test? And what did you get for result to get accepted? I heared that we still need to do a Spanish test even if we are studying in English.Thank you for your help guys
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Hi everyoneI was wondering did anyone of you do the Spanish entrance test? And what did you get for result to get accepted? I heared that we still need to do a Spanish test even if we are studying in English.Thank you for your help guys
Hi there. Yes I did too. I didn't really get my grades so I'm not sure. But what I know is if you choose to study dentistry in English, the Spanish test is just to see your level and understanding in Spanish, so the grade is not really important in deciding if you will be accepted or not. Hope this helps
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Hi everyone
Did you guys get hold of the recommended material that we will go through the first year of dentistry? Like the list of recommended textbooks and material? The uni said that they will upload that TWO WEEKS prior to the start of the academic year, which in my opinion is too late to revise anything by then.

Many thanks for you help guys.
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