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    I was wondering if anyone could possibly help me out here?
    I am about to get my US undergraduate degree in biology (SC, The Citadel), have a 3.7 cumulative, 25 on the MCAT, and am looking at Polish med schools (having not made US med school). The kicker is I am a New Zealand citizen, but looking to practise medicine in the US in the future. Are the Polish Medical English speaking programs only available to US, UK, and Canadian citizens or could I apply? If anyone knows the answer or is in the same situation as me then I would greatly appreciate hearing from you.

    Thank you for your time.

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    I think that Polish medical schools are available for everyone. I know one guy from South Africa studying here. And I've heard there is also one person from Australia on the 1st year.
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    From my review of the English-language programs at several Euro schools, I have noted that they admit English-speaking students from all over the world. You simply need to prove that you actually speak English (and be accepted, of course). In fact, as a Kiwi, you could likely have a bit of a leg up on students from Norway, Sweden, and other countries who speak English... but are studying in a second language. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by medorbust View Post
    I was wondering if anyone could possibly help me out here?
    I am about to get my US undergraduate degree in biology (SC, The Citadel), have a 3.7 cumulative, 25 on the MCAT, and am looking at Polish med schools (having not made US med school). The kicker is I am a New Zealand citizen, but looking to practise medicine in the US in the future. Are the Polish Medical English speaking programs only available to US, UK, and Canadian citizens or could I apply? If anyone knows the answer or is in the same situation as me then I would greatly appreciate hearing from you.

    Thank you for your time.
    For Jagiellonian, officially all you need is a citizenship OTHER than polish. that's it. everyone else is in as long as they speak english.
    we have an australian in our class (2nd year) and we had a girl from japan last year, but she left.

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