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List of Tuition Free Medical Universities for International Students

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    We have been hearing of some countries allowing students study for free in their higher institutions. Yes this is very true! Countries like Norway, Germany are operating tuition free education. What this means is that as a student you are exempted from paying tuition fees, you only need to take care of your living expenses which is not much.

    Studying medicine is very expensive and some students are unable to pay the high tuition fees. For this reason some countries and institutions have decided to take off tuition fees for medicine so it will be easy for the poor students to pursue their studies.

    In today’s article, we are going to provide a list of tuition free medical universities around the world. We shall also provide a link to their webpage so you can contact them and make further inquiries. Please note that these schools are tuition free and   you only need to take care of cost of living.

    Full list of tuition free medical universities

    1. New York University School of Medicine, USA
    2. Cornell’s Medical School
    3. The University of Bergen, Norway
    4. University of Berlin, Germany
    5. Technical University of Munchen, Germany
    6. Umea University
    7. King Saudi University’s of Medicine
    8. The University of Medicine in Vienna
    9. Kaiser Permanent School of Medicine
    10. Poznan University of Medical Sciences, Poland

    Please note that t admission into these universities is very very competitive. Only students with very good school results are usually accepted to study in these universities. If you don’t have fantastic school results that will help you gain admission into the university’s listed above, you can look into some low tuition universities in countries like Russia and Ukraine. Medicine and other medical programs are very affordable in these countries with tuition fees ranging from $4000 to $5000 per year. Cost of living in these countries is very low, usually ranging from $200 to $400 per year.


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