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15 Cheapest Countries to Study Medicine in English

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If you are considering starting a medical career, you might be interested in reconsidering cheapest countries to study medicine in English first. We hope this list will help you with your choice.

Now, let’s see some of the best countries to study medicine abroad. According to the resources, countries that rank at the top are for example Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, and other countries with the similar status of economic power and wealth. That is, on one side because those countries invest a lot in education and science, and on the other hand, they have lots of experts from all over the globe since they offer good conditions for specialists and enable progress in their profession. Among these countries are also the ones where you can study medicine in Europe in English for free, namely Germany, Norway, and France. In these countries, you will definitely find some of the best medical schools in Europe taught in English.

15 Cheapest Countries to Study Medicine in English

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And what about the very best country to study medicine in the world? Well, it is not an easy question to answer, since there are many fields you can consider specializing in (though we will not go into detail here, we will look for medical education in general), but general rating that Top Universities suggest is the USA with Harvard University at the top. On the other side, the best country to study medicine in Europe would probably be the UK with the universities that rank the highest in medicine, such as Oxford or Cambridge. But these are also countries that are not so cheap for a living, especially if you are only a student.

That is why we are here to answer the need for studying medicine in English the cheapest. On that issue, you might also see which are the 7 Most Affordable Caribbean Medical Schools or 7 Most Affordable Medical Schools in Europe. Of course, among these, here are some recommendations for the 9 Easiest Medical Schools to Get Into. But anyway, the first thing is, if you want to study medicine abroad in English, getting to see which universities teach medicine in English. Since studying abroad has become more popular, and many organizations such as Erasmus, for example, offer scholarships and encourage students to travel abroad, many universities worldwide now offer more and more programs in English.

In our list here, we have focused on cheapest countries to study medicine in English, which does not necessarily imply the cheapest universities. The priority of our research were the countries where living costs are the most affordable for students. Nevertheless, among them, you will see some cheap universities in Europe that teach in English at least. But, as we have mentioned before, there are organizations and foundations which offer many scholarship opportunities, and also some of the universities might participate in financing as well, a encourage student mobility and offer students from poorer countries equal opportunities to develop their future careers. So, check out some of the cheapest universities for international students in the world, which CNBC listed.

Our research began with Student World Online, Medical Study Guide, Study Medicine Europe and Times Higher Education where we looked for cheapest countries with ranked universities to study medicine in English. After that we have researched suggested countries in particular to see which the universities where you can study medicine in English are. We have taken into account any level of college education, whether it was bachelor or master’s program. We have then ranked countries by the average cost of living index, as taken from the Numbeo. The number (or the index) is showing the % of living cost compared to the average living cost in the New York City, for which the cost of living index is 100.

So, since you have decided you would like to study medicine abroad in English, let’s go through the cheapest countries to study medicine in English!

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