Split, Croatia

The University of Split School of Medicine admits fifty students each winter semester to its programme. All without quotas or waiting periods.
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Split, Croatia

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Studying Medicine in Split

Field: Human Medicine (in English)
Application deadline: ~ 01 July 2018 for winter semester 2018/2019
Beginning of the semester: 01. October 2018
Tuition fees:
Medicine: € 4,500/semester (6 years)

The University of Split School of Medicine admits fifty students each winter semester to its programme. All without quotas or waiting periods. The curriculum is based on European standards. The study has a practical element right from the start so that your preparation for your professional life starts on day one. The Mediterranean climate of Croatia makes studying and living in Split very attractive and the relatively low cost of living is another positive factor that makes the decision to study in Split attractive.

The University of Split School of Medicine pfeil_top
The University of Split was founded in 1974 and now has thirteen faculties. The medical school is a recent addition, only having been established in 1997. It began offering its first English-language programme in 2011. This means that that the equipment and facilities are new and state-of-the-art. This also applies to the school’s new building, which opened in 2012. It addition to its academic building, the school has a hotel for guest lecturers and a restaurant for teachers and students alike.

Due to the small number of students admitted each year, the University of Split guarantees first-class support and learning in small groups ensures rapid success in your studies. In addition, the curriculum has a similar structure to that used in Western Europe. The campus is not very large and both the lecture halls and the University Hospital are nearby. This ensures effective study and a close cooperation among students.

Studying in Split pfeil_top
Split is the second largest city in Croatia and is popularly known as the capital of Dalmatia. Split is a major port city and its city centre including Diocletian’s Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With high average temperatures and a direct location on the Adriatic, Split is very popular not only with students but also with tourists. As an EU member and a tourist hotspot, English is widespread.

Split offers cultural diversity and an interesting history. It was once a Greek colony and now has a lively nightlife and plenty of opportunities for sport activities. From university sports to aquatics, everything is possible. Once a year, the university celebrates its anniversary on 26 March with many activities and sporting competitions. You will also get to know the university, the city, and its people during orientation week.

Prerequisites and Applications pfeil_top

  • Successful: more than 90% of our clients have been placed in previous years
  • Professional: advice on the application process, starting your studies, and returning home as a qualified professional
  • No quotas: admissions tests and preparatory courses
  • Easy: organise your application with all the necessary documents
  • No risk: placement fee only payable upon placement
  • Comprehensive: planning the details of living abroad (network of students, tips on finding accommodation, etc.)
  • Local support: support and academic supervision of your studies (in particular to ensure you are taking the proper coursework for your qualification back home)
  • Return: support for obtaining recognition of your degree and examination results
  • Proven quality: checked by international lawyers

You might be accepted to the University of Split without any direct consideration of your grades. Instead, you must present your university entrance qualification and pass a process run by the admissions committee. MediStart will provide you with the optimal preparation for this. Instruction takes place in English, so the university requires good grades in the language at school as proof of sufficient knowledge of English. Alternatively, the University also recognises such language tests as TOEFL and IELTS. Or you can prove that you are a native speaker.

MediStart provides support from the very beginning and will help you to assemble all of the necessary documents and translations to ensure a smooth application process and beyond.

“MediStart is your chance to get placed in a course without quotas or waiting periods. The MediStart concept has been thoroughly reviewed by international lawyers.” Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Jach

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