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chillout1
10-21-2008, 02:15 PM
Hi,
Does HMI Financial Aid program covers the initial fee? How much the initial fee is for University of Lublin? Thanks.

Elssha
01-12-2009, 01:46 AM
HMI said the 10,000 (OMG that's a big fee) needs to be out of pocket... the rest (tuition, etc) you can apply student loans towards

samsonMD
01-13-2009, 11:13 PM
10000 sounds like a big fee but just calculate that into your total expense for your entire medical education......honestly its not much

Compare HMI tuition to any other reliable or top school, you will find that you will save so much more with HMI. Tuition per year including schools fees and HMI fees is about 20,000 per year......that is so cheap for medical school though the 1st year may be expensive but thats with any school you goto. the 1st year is always more expensive than the rest

10000 sounds big but you have to understand all the expenses HMI has to incur during the year......they are always maintaining the program to the highest such as there recent success with the california board which i heard cost them a fortune to finish up

Elssha
01-14-2009, 02:53 AM
relatively, maybe not...
but it's out of pocket, can't be covered by loans (at least from what I hear) and has to be paid before you even start school.
ATM I'm still paying for tuition, rent, and living expenses for undergrad... adding 1,780/mon till spring weighs on a person...

Plus i was told by HMI that the fee was separated so that tuition wouldn't go up... but they ALSO have a hefty fee per semester so I see no point in them separating this and making you pay 6mon before school starts AND while you attend.
10,000/8 = just over $1,200 a semester... why not add it onto their $3,000 something fee and make it $5,000 or whatever it turns out to be instead?
*shrug* just my $0.02

Elssha
01-21-2009, 04:03 PM
speaking of...
anyone know Lublin's Fafsa code?

Milky
01-22-2009, 11:28 AM
I think it's G 33333

Elssha
01-22-2009, 05:00 PM
thanks ^_^







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