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100+ Best Medical Schools In Europe Taught In English

The largest database of English-taught medical schools in Europe. All institutions have been pre-screened and 
hand-picked by our team of expert student advisors.

This list contains only higher medical education institutions that are recognised by Medical Councils worldwide, including the World Health Organisation and their World Directory of Medical Schools (WDOMS). We are regularly updating this list as we inspect and find more high-quality medical schools for studying medicine abroad in Europe. All the medicine, dentistrypharmacy, and veterinary courses are taught in English, for English-speaking international students. Navigate through each university to learn more about specialties, tuition fees, living costs, admission requirements, deadlines, curricula, and much more.

You can schedule a FREE consultation with one of the Medlink Students expert student advisors. They will be able to save you hours of research and narrow down your options based on specific requirements you may have. If you wish to proceed with admission, we can guarantee you hassle-free university entry and full ongoing support throughout all 6 years of your studies.

Top Medical Universities In Europe That Teach In English

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European University in Tbilisi Georgia

The European University is located in Tbilisi, Georgia, with its Faculty of Medicine teaching students of medicine and dentistry in English since 2014. The university also owns the Jo Ann Hospital, allowing its students (local and international) a chance to get real-world experience in a semi-controlled environment.

Petre Shotadze Tbilisi Medical Academy (TMA)

Petre Shotadze Tbilisi Medical Academy (TMA) has been successfully implementing the one-step educational program of Medicine since 2012, with English as the language of instruction. The 6-year degree programme enables students to attain education of international quality assurance standards while studying in Georgia.

Carol Davila University of Medicine & Pharmacy

Carol Davila is Romania's oldest medical school, founded all the way back in 1857. Those who wish to study medicine and dentistry in Europe will find an amazing MD programme taught entirely in English. There is no entrance exam requirement, and degrees will be recognised throughout the world, including Europe, UK, US and Asia.

Medical University of Bialystok

Bialystok University is one of the largest medical schools in Poland, with more than 13,000 graduates from its esteemed medical program alone. Those who wish to study medicine in Europe will find an impressive 26 departments, 40 clinics, 2 study centres, and 2 independent laboratories in the English division alone.

Medical University of Silesia

The University of Silesia is located in Katowice, Poland, and has educated over 50,000 healthcare specialists since its inception 1948. Its English medical program has existed since 1996, making it one of the older ones in Europe and a prime choice for all who wish to study medicine in English.

Semmelweis University of Medicine

Semmelweis University was founded all the way back in 1769, making it the oldest medical school in Hungary. Throughout its history, it has educated some of the most influential minds in medicine, and continues to prepare students to the absolute highest standard of modern medicine. Today it hosts over 11,000 students, a third of which international.

Titu Maiorescu University

Titu Maiorescu University was founded in 1990 as a private, non-profit university in Bucharest, Romania. Its esteemed courses in medicine and pharmacy, which are offered to international students as well as local ones, have won the university's inclusion in the prestigious US Yearbook of Medical Faculties.

University of Medicine & Pharmacy Craiova

Craiova is the home of the University of Medicine and Pharmacy. This medical school, which was founded in 1947, has over 20,000 international students. This educational institution offers Medicine and Pharmacy classes in English to its pupils.

Trakia University

Trakia University is located in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria, and offers a number of medical and veterinary programmes to both local and international students. Its small medical faculty of about 600 students means that each one of them receives individual attention on their path to becoming a doctor.

University of Novi Sad

Founded in 1960, today the University of Novi Sad has grown to 14 faculties in 4 different cities, making it the second largest in Serbia. It hosts 40,000 students, many of which international, due to many of its programmes being available in English, such as medicine, pharmacy, and dentistry.

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