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Upcoming courses
Upcoming courses

Dates for pre-med courses in Stockholm:

October Course - 07.10.2019 - 30.01.2020

February course 03.02.2020-22.05.2020

Dates for pre-med courses in Barcelona

March Course - 02.03.2020-19.06.2020

Dates for pre-med courses in Tel Aviv    

January Course - 14.01.2020 - 24.04.2020

April Course - 05.04.2020 - 03.07.2020 

September Course - 06.09.2020 - 10.01.2021                 

Open days
Open Days

Stockholm, Sweden - November 4

Oslo, Norway - November 5




Choosing Premed School: Things You Need to Consider

A lot of people are dreaming of becoming a doctor to help find a cure for some of the most debilitating illnesses in the world. If you’re someone who’s aspiring to be a physician, then you first have to get into one of the top premed schools in the world before you can get into a medical school.


What to look for in premed schools? 


There are many things you need to ask a prospective school to know if it is the right choice for you.


• What percentage of their graduates go on to take a medical course? 

The higher the percentage, the better. This means that a lot of their students are accepted into medical programs. 


• Do they offer scholarships or financial assistance? 

There are premed schools around the world that offer to fund for those who want to take up a premed course. Applicants must first pass an examination and meet certain criteria to be eligible for financial assistance.


• How much does it cost to study there? 

Ask about the tuition fee and the cost of living. It’s important that you ask as many details as possible to help you gauge whether your family can afford you to go to a particular school or not. 


• What is the general environment and culture? 

Once you’ve chosen the premed institutions to those that fit your criteria, it’s now time to narrow down your choices by figuring out the environment and culture of those schools. Can you picture out yourself graduating from that school in four years’ time? Are the students generally comfortable with their schedule and professors? Does it have a great location? 


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