Are you considering applying to a university in Armenia with Study Medicine Europe? Are you worried that it may be a scam? If so, read the below to learn more about how SME had built up a strong and trustworthy reputation through its work with accredited Armenian medical schools.
Examples of Our Work with Armenian Universities
Armenia has been globally acknowledged as one of Europe’s top providers of high-quality medical education. Medical education in Armenia can be dated back to 301AC where hospitals were opened in monasteries and then the first official university was founded in the 12th century. An Armenian medical degree is very well recognized globally. Organizations such as WHO, General Medical Council UK and The International Medical Education Directory all recognize Armenian medical degrees. Universities in Armenia are also recognized as top hubs for medical research and development.
Medicine and dentistry programs are available in Armenian universities. The medical studies are all taught in English and Russian. Programs start at undergraduate level and which then progress to master’s level. Students are also expected to conduct professional training throughout their course for at least 600 to 700 hours.
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Study Medicine Europe- Armenia Study Cost
Study Medicine Europe has partnered with genuine Armenian medical universities to offer candidates the chance to receive a high quality education at a very low cost. At just $3000 per year, the tuition fee for the medical undergraduate program is charged at a very reasonable rate. Study Medicine Europe also offers help to students in their pursuit of student loans, scholarships and grants.
What’s more, the living cost in Armenia is among the lowest in Europe. The living cost in Armenia for a student only requires an average amount of $410 to $470. Students can cover most of the necessities like utilities, private accommodation, food, books, public transport and additional money for other leisure activities at that rate. The annual cost then adds up to a maximum of only $2300 that makes Armenia a great choice for students to study medical in Europe. The low cost of living allows students to afford some of the leisure activities popular among Armenian students.