- Tuition fees are usually affordable in Europe for graduate studies in medicine. These are around 60,000 – 150,000 USD. Whereas In the USA you will pay 140,000 – 240,000 USD;
- Note that entry requirements in Europe usually don’t involve exams such as the MCAT, which usually requires 1 – 2 years of preparation.
- KU Leuven – University of Leuven,Belgium (ranked 40th worldwide)
The Faculty of Medicine at KU Leuven is mainly concerned with international projects and networks and are part of the Biomedical Sciences Group. Also collaborating with a hospital, the school usually has a consistent group of international students. Research is also a main focus of the specialists from KU Leuven and there are plenty of studies on science, technology and health.
- Technical University of Munich, Germany (rank 46 worldwide)
Technical University of Munich is currently one of the youngest medical schools in Germany, and is actively collaborating with over 20 teaching hospitals and clinics. Within the university, the medicine faculty has extensive modern facilities, including 24 clinics and 18 institutes that enables students to focus on research and gain valuable practical experience.
- Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany (rank 57 worldwide)
Humboldt University of Berlin has an integrated university hospital, Charité which is both a training and a research centre. At Humboldt University,all students will have the opportunity to engage with student councils and come up with innovative ideas and theories related to teaching, learning and research in the medicine field.
Since it has a wide international outlook, students and staff hail from over 80 countries and patients worldwide choose to be treated at Charité as well.
- University of Amsterdam, Netherlands (ranked 63rd worldwide)
This university operates two educational institutes, which study medicine and medical informatics and a research institute that develops projects in cardiovascular disorders, epidemiology and public health, infectious diseases and immunology, metabolic disorders, oncology and many others.
- Erasmus University Rotterdam,Netherlands (ranked 69th worldwide)
The university is internationally recognized for its research in health. Its medical centre is the largest of its kind in Europe and it focuses on clinical, health and biomedical sciences, particularly genomics and bioinformatics.
- Leiden University, Netherlands (ranked 77th worldwide)
You can focus on medicine or medical sciences and pursue your study in the university’s medical centre. Although there is a limited number of students available each year, the university has a strong local reputation.
- RWTH Aachen University, Germany (rank 78th worldwide)
The Faculty of Medicine at RWTH covers around 50 institutes, clinics and centres and medicine degrees have three main focuses in research: medicine and technology, clinical neurosciences, inflammation and consequences.
Around 2,000 students worldwide choose to study medicine at RWTH each year and they can benefit from cutting edge facilities.
- University of Groningen, Netherlands (rank 80th worldwide)
The medical faculty of University of Groningen is oldest medical faculties in The Netherlands and has a close collaboration with Groningen University Hospital. Additionally, a university medical centre was also established in 2005 and is currently one of the largest hospitals in the Netherlands. The medical centre features numerous research work, with a focus on healthy ageing, particularly in clinical care and education.
- Utrecht University, Netherlands (rank 86th worldwide)
Utrecht University covers several specialisations in medicine and health care, including biomedical sciences, clinical health sciences. The medical faulty of Utrecht University works on various healthcare innovations, specifically in areas like circulatory health, cancer care, stem cells, and child health.
Utrecht University works closely with Utrecht University Medical Centre that is divided into two hospitals: one for adults and one for children.
- University of Tübingen, Germany (rank 89th worldwide)
At University of Tubingen, medical students will attend at least three interdisciplinary courses, and participate in integrated seminars. These seminars include patient presentations, giving students the possibility to get exposed to clinical practice early on.
The faculty of medicine at Tubingen includes a university hospital and partnership with Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research.
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