Ok Here Is My Case , Please Tell Me What Will U Do If U Were In My Shoes
Hello My Name Is Omar El-Sobky . I Am Egyptian With An Egyptian Citizenship . I Am 20 Years Old Now Going To Be 21 Next June . I Want To Study Medicine And Be Allowed To Do My Internship Rotations & Practice Medicine In Europe . I Don't Have An European Passport . I Am In An Egyptian Medicine School Year 2 Already . My Passion For Medicine Resides For The Field Itself Not The Salary , Please Put That In Mind When You Reply . So I Have 3 Routes
I Am In An Egyptian Medicine School Called October 6 University . It Is Not Approved Anywhere Except Egypt , Syria , Jordan , Palestine ( Ghaza Strip ) But I Dunno If Europe Accepts It & It Is Not Listed In CMB ( California Medical Board ) Approvals . The University Character Is Very Low , Easy Exams , Accepts Low Profile Students ( I Am A Straight A Student But I Joined It As There Was No Places In The Top Notches One As Cairo Uni ) & Quality Of Education Is Very Low ( Extremely Low )
I Transfer To M.U.S.T University In Egypt Which Is Much Better Than My Current One But Not As Good As The Top Notches ( I Can't Apply To Them Anymore As They Accept Students From The Same Year They Graduated Only From High School Like If I Got My High School In 2008 I Can Only Apply In 2009 Not 2010 Or Further ) . M.U.S.T Teaches To Make Good Doctors & Also Approved By CMB ( California Medical Board ) & All The 50 States In USA . But I Dunno If Europe Accepts It As Well .
I Got Accepted In The 6 Year MD Program In Eastern Europe In 2 Polish Medicine Schools Medical University Of Lodz & Wroclaw Medical University . I Dunno Anything About Them . All I Want To Know If Europe Accepts The Polish Medicine Schools Graduates . But In Poland I Will Repeat From Year 1
If You Were Me , Which Route Will You Choose ?
Sorry For Capitals Bad Habit ! ! !
If the first priority belongs to be able to work in Europe, I would consider one of two:
Route 2 : I would have my education+specialty in Egypt and as a specialist jump to any one of the EU countries which is in demand for doctors, by taking their licence exams.
Route 3 : I would get my degree directly from a school of an EU country which provides recognition all over EU.
Still not to be an EU citizen is a problem for most of them. Besides if you look ahead, the developments in EU politics and economy is precarious. If it doesnt go better, the immigration rules and regulations may get tighter. But on the other hand, as the conditions get harder, the natives may leave and there may be always a need for foreign doctors. I dont know.
So all I need to know now is which route is easier if I want to work in EU but any ideas of leads or authority to ask about this process ( How does it work for a non EU to work in EU & what difference does it make if that non EU ( me ) graduated from a european or an EU medical school ? )