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Thunderbolt
07-31-2012, 03:53 PM
Good day ladies and gentlemen i am thunder bolt,Norbert is my real name i am from Nigeria in west Africa and in Nigeria we have 6 years of primary s after when completed one is promoted to secondary school then we have 6 years of secondary school after which one is promoted to the university.On September 2012 this year i enter ss3 the last year of my secondary school before i go to the university God willingly and i was thinking of studying medicine i am sure that i want to study medicine and in Ukraine or any very good country with excellent medical education in the country so can you guys please direct me and tell me what to do can you please recommend me to top 1st class Ukraine medical universities irrespective of the cost or language and anyone in Europe can you talk me through the process the requirements.What do i need to gain admission i plan on writing WAEC,NECO,IGSCE,JAMB as my final exams and can you tell me the grades i must get to make the mark cut off.Also if i can get any Nigeria input or any which has studied or is studying abroad it would be much appreciated.Can you also tell me how many years medicine takes to study in Ukraine and in Europe.Would those exams i plan to write when my final years ends be enough??Thank you and God Bless.

BlakeRoss
08-12-2012, 11:58 PM
While I don't know much about your country, I did end up applying to Foreign Medical Schools as well and I'm going to begin at UMHS St. Kitts this fall. They are designed to help you succeed and have a medical career in the US or Canada. You should check them out when you are looking into your options. If you contact them they would have more information on exactly what you need to know.

rokshana
08-13-2012, 12:22 AM
While I don't know much about your country, I did end up applying to Foreign Medical Schools as well and I'm going to begin at UMHS St. Kitts this fall. They are designed to help you succeed and have a medical career in the US or Canada. You should check them out when you are looking into your options. If you contact them they would have more information on exactly what you need to know.

you know the FIRST time i saw this exact same post, i thought...eh, he is excited about going to school...now the, what? FIFTH time I'm seeing this same post...i smell a shill...

anymore and its official spam...which BTW, is against TOS...i would advise you at least TRY to post something a *bit* different.

Riften
08-13-2012, 01:52 AM
It's better for you study medicine in your home country. Non-EU citizens will have a significant hardship in finding a residency spot after graduation. And Ukraine is not a part of the EU.

minaretltd.com
09-23-2012, 12:54 PM
hi, you can visit the website of a student agency located in europe, called minaret, they have contracts with europian universities that teach medicine in english and other langueges ,i am sure this can be very helpful, the website is :: Minaret Student Agency | studying abroad :: (http://www.minaretltd.com) or you can directly contact a mr tawfiq alkayyali on 00421917504161

Thunderbolt
09-29-2012, 12:15 PM
Can some one render out any thing that might help???

Jrdnstdm
09-29-2012, 12:30 PM
I'm not sure if this will be much help; however, I am a U.S student looking into going to a carribean school. Have you thought about that option? I know some of the schools I am looking at, for example, Ross, SGU, and AUC are pretty good schools. To get in, from my understanding, you need around a 3.0 give or take a point, I'm not sure whether or not you have to take the MCAT. The best way to find out is to call or email the schools. Best of luck!

shrey
10-13-2012, 06:52 AM
If you're applying to the Caribbean schools, you don't need an MCAT score as you're not an US/Canadian citizen. They mainly look at the high school/secondary school GPA for non-US/Canadian citizens. But some schools do require you to have done 1 year of basic sciences (with lab) and this is taught primarily during the 1st 2 years of college.







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