No matter where in the world you look today there is a shortage of doctors. And yet in most countries, there are committed and ambitious people who want to become medical students to help fill this need who are not given the chance. If you recognize this situation we can confidently say this is for you. All our partners in Spain, Lithuania, and Cyprus have a long history with educating medical students, and the standards are in line and even surpasses the medical studies of many Scandinavian universities.
Medical studies in Spain is very common for Scandinavian students
To study medical studies abroad is very common for Scandinavian students. There is such a demand for medical studies in these countries that it is not unusual for prospecting students to be accepted as a reserve, to 5 different universities. Most medical students from these countries apply for all the medical programs they can in their home country to increase their chances as far as possible, and yet they still end up as a reserve. If you recognize yourself in this scenario we would recommend you to apply here as well so that you do not miss your opportunity.
Quality & standard
All the universities that we have a cooperation with we have made sure to have a quality and standard that is equal or surpasses that of Swedish universities. This is very important for the Ceo of study for a better future, Dr. Kian Shoaie-nia M.D, Ph.D. since he has first-hand understanding and experience of the gravity and security of the medical profession.
Humanitas University’s mission is to train globally minded healthcare professionals through state-of-the-art interactive teaching methods and close integration with its clinical and research community.
The pillars of Humanitas University’s project are:
- A 14-year-strong legacy
- Strict interconnection with Humanitas first-rate hospital facilities and cutting edge research
- International vocation
- State-of-the-art interactive teaching methods
The courses integrate the prestigious Italian academic tradition with carefully structured innovative teaching methods and professional activities, investing in clinical and scientific research and technologies in order to offer the best education possible.
Today, Humanitas University hosts around 1200 students, of which 150/year in the Medical school, 100/year in the Nursing School and 31/year in the Physiotherapy School.
is one of the best and largest institution of higher education for biomedical sciences in Lithuania with almost 100 years of academic experience and great potential for development. Medical teaching and research are mainly based on cooperation with the largest health care institution in the Baltic States – the Hospital of LSMU “Kauno klinikos”. Veterinary Academy is the only establishment in Lithuania to train veterinary surgeons. A number of other health-related programmes (Pharmacy, Food Sciences, Public Health, Nursing, etc.) are offered to students here. You will get an opportunity to widen and deepen your knowledge in a number of disciplines, to improve your skills within the modern and innovative environment and to become highly qualified specialists in a fast-changing world of practicing health sciences. We trust our students enjoy many advantages of this pleasant and beautiful atmosphere of our University and historical Kaunas city.
European University Cyprus
The establishment of the School of Medicine at European University Cyprus has been pivotal to the institution’s aims to be part of the country’s prominence as a regional medical provider. The organization of the School of Medicine is based on EU directives and international standards, and it has been founded in collaboration with distinguished scholars from Cyprus and abroad. Students are taught and trained in Cyprus. Teaching is conducted in English, with a minimum workload of 360 ECTS of the education and training required to complete the Bachelor of Medicine Degree over six years. No ‘premedical’ coursework is required as the program of study provides an all-inclusive, full basic sciences thematic unit.
The School of Medicine is characterized by a dynamic learning environment which enables students to develop the necessary skills and attributes required to practice medicine. The curriculum is skilled-based but students will be exposed to clinical work and clinical relevance starting from the first year of study, and this hands-on, practical approach will be maintained throughout the six years of the course of study.