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    studentMD is offline Elite Member 512 points
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    Welcome to the unofficial Russian Medical School FOrum

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    Welcome to the new unofficial Russian Medical School forum. This is an open forum so feel free to express your opinions, ask/answer questions, voice your concerns and talk about your experiences etc... . This forums purpose is to provide a platform to exchange, obtain and share information relevant to the University and the study/practice of medicine.

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    Russia or Poland

    If you were to choose between St. Petersburg and Krakow or Poznan, where would you study? I am trying to decide on the place. Please let me know the reasons , pro and cons.
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    If you are 35+...

    ...from what I understand, it's Poland for you...
    Russian schools don't accept folks over 35, from what I've heard from a 57 y.o. who visited med schools in Russia in anticipation of attending there.

    Too bad; I would have seriously considered St. Petersberg.

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    Age Limits in Russia

    I need to add that Russian universities canceled age-restrictions for prospective students. Currently, just a couple of med schools have the limit by 36 years of age. All other national med schools officially accept everybody who pass the criteria. I know one American born in 1994 who graduated last year.
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    Thanyou for creating such a forum. Although u r talking about russian medical university only, I am about to go to Kursk medical university. I would like to know about the textbooks that is followed in all russian medical schools, I hope they r the same all over. Any other info about russian schools would be a great help. Thanx

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