Medicine in Eastern Europe entry requirements

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Anyone know what the entry requirements are for medicine abroad? I’m on track for 3A’s in alevels and have a 9-9 in gcse combined science and a 6 in maths (I have more grades but these are the only ones they seem to focus on). The only problem is I have a 4 in gcse English language, would this cause me problems in getting into a med school in Eastern Europe?
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(Original post by khalid374648)
Anyone know what the entry requirements are for medicine abroad? I’m on track for 3A’s in alevels and have a 9-9 in gcse combined science and a 6 in maths (I have more grades but these are the only ones they seem to focus on). The only problem is I have a 4 in gcse English language, would this cause me problems in getting into a med school in Eastern Europe?
TSR is a UK-based forum and the Medicine part of the forum is for UK medical admission queries.

I have moved your thread to the international study forum and hopefully you will get a better response here.
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Not recommended you will earn lowest wages in places like hospitals. Not enough money to survive. Electricity food everything is expensive. I suggest to think carefully before moving to any eastern european country.
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Not recommended you will earn lowest wages in places like hospitals. Not enough money to survive. Electricity food everything is expensive. I suggest to think carefully before moving to any eastern european country.
My question is would it be hard for me to get into the unis over there because of my 4 in English language
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My question is would it be hard for me to get into the unis over there because of my 4 in English language
Depends where you want to go. In countries like Lithuania Latvia, Rusia they are in eastern europe. You'll need really good grades at Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry. Physics. Geology, History Archaeology and Maths. You Must have highest grades if you want to be accepted at university. Also you need to be able speak countries language not only english.
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I don't know if one of the countries you're thinking of is Poland, but if it is, feel free to ask any questions cause I come from Poland and study medicine here.
In regards to your question about the 4 in English, I don't think it matters at all because the universities here only take into account A levels and the equivalent exams and only Biology, Chemistry and (sometimes) Maths, the grades in GCSE shouldn't really matter.
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Not recommended you will earn lowest wages in places like hospitals. Not enough money to survive. Electricity food everything is expensive. I suggest to think carefully before moving to any eastern european country.
Also, I wouldn't say that's true - of course right after graduation you earn little money, but I think that's the case with most uni courses and most countries (after you complete your training you obviously start earning more etc.). And the living costs here (in Poland at least) are much lower than in Western Europe. Also, you can move to another country after you graduate and don't have to stay here if you don't want to (that's what I'm planning to do )
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I will be considering Poland next year for medicine. Any thoughts on decent medical universities?
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