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    Top 500 schools in Europe/East Europe

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    Hi guys,

    Thanks to Selen5 I found European and East European schools list:
    European Universities' ranking on the Web: Top 500 European Universities
    Ranking Web of World universities: Top Eastern Europe

    Is there any such ranking list of med schools for whole Europe, or E-EU countries?

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    These types of rankings are usually so loosely-defined that they are practically useless.

    Come on, can you honestly name 26 universities that are better than Oxford? I can't. Southampton at the third best university in all of Europe? That's such a huge stretch that it makes my hamstrings hurt.
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    hahahaha.. yes I missed that point.. By the way it is from the Masaryk med schools website.. of course they are at top 2nd rank

    How I was happy with my list.. you ruined all of my huh!-at last-I-found-a-good-ranking-list dreams .. ok lets dig more.. this forum will eventually evolute me to a mole.. hahaha

    and yes, I saw one of them putting a deeeep countryside Godforsaken Turkish med school to 2nd rank, and Harvard of Turkey to 10th!

    thanks for clarifying

    edit: I found the reason: its about the "websites" of the schools, not the schools per se.. when I saw it in Masaryk med's website, huh! I said, a credible one, I jumped over it.. mistake!
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    Some of these schools are actually asking for creazy amounts of money for their tuition fees in English language (Poland is one of the most expensive countries). If you take a few minutes to read about the university of Oradea in ROmania you may find a big financial advantage, because non-EU citizens study for only ~3700 Euro per year and most EU citizens study for free. Also Romania is in EU as well like Poland and other more expensive countries. This means that within Europe Romanian degrees are automatically accepted and validated in each EU/EEA country.

    If interested take a look at this link www [dot] medicineoradea [dot] tk
    It's run by actual medical students and it's a non profit organisation!

    Take care and good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by oradea View Post
    Some of these schools are actually asking for creazy amounts of money for their tuition fees in English language (Poland is one of the most expensive countries). If you take a few minutes to read about the university of Oradea in ROmania you may find a big financial advantage, because non-EU citizens study for only ~3700 Euro per year and most EU citizens study for free. Also Romania is in EU as well like Poland and other more expensive countries. This means that within Europe Romanian degrees are automatically accepted and validated in each EU/EEA country.

    If interested take a look at this link www [dot] medicineoradea [dot] tk
    It's run by actual medical students and it's a non profit organisation!

    Take care and good luck
    Jon
    I cant open thet website for a long time.. whenever I tried, its not opened..
    And my I ask, what do you think about the quality of Romanian schools? To be economical is a good thing, as long as it gives the same quality of education with its expensive peers.. right?

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    Some of these schools are actually asking for creazy amounts of money for their tuition fees in English language (Poland is one of the most expensive countries). If you take a few minutes to read about the university of Oradea in ROmania you may find a big financial advantage, because non-EU citizens study for only ~3700 Euro per year and most EU citizens study for free. Also Romania is in EU as well like Poland and other more expensive countries. This means that within Europe Romanian degrees are automatically accepted and validated in each EU/EEA country.

    If interested take a look at this link www [dot] medicineoradea [dot] tk
    It's run by actual medical students and it's a non profit organisation!

    Take care and good luck
    Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by bidiboom View Post
    I cant open thet website for a long time.. whenever I tried, its not opened..
    And my I ask, what do you think about the quality of Romanian schools? To be economical is a good thing, as long as it gives the same quality of education with its expensive peers.. right?
    I only have third party info on this, but I talked to 3 people now that studied in C. Republic (Charles and Brno) and changed to Romania due to costs. I also talked to a guy from budapest that transferred. Generally speaking they all say laboratory equipment and general conditions during the first years is much better in C. Republic. Regarding teaching, some say its the same and some prefer the Romanian. In clinicals they all say the same: hospitals look no different from the C. Republic ones and some say the clinical exposure is better.
    Now, take the above comments with a grain of salt as some didn't do clinicals in C. Republic and others didn't do basics in Romania. But don't also forget that high demand inflates the value of tuitions, and in some cases it might not be related with general quality (WE fees are low/non-existent, and teaching is better). With increasing demand its expected that Romania will reach its neighbours values. But rest assured, if I had 14000€ to blow every year on tuition fees I would be in Prague right now. But better yet, I would have taken Spain which is WE and you pay less than 800/year.
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    Hello!!!

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    Well In the university of Oradea 96% of EU citizens study for free from September 2011 intake.
    All info are available on www [dot] medicineoradea [dot] tk

    I hope you will find this info beneficial!!
    Take care guys and good luck with your career.
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    96%? 12 out of 15 don't pay, so its 80%. I know the exemption from paying fees is only for the first year, what about in years to come?

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