What are the best places to study medicine in Europe? This can be a big question, if you’re considering studying abroad in Europe and are looking for a new country to travel to or you’re just looking for a new experience, it might be hard to decide on one. It’s best to start with a few options before going off to study abroad and then narrowing down the search based on your needs. In this article I’ll discuss some of the top destination countries that suit your needs and help you find the best place to study medicine in Europe.
Firstly the UK is a great choice, you should consider getting a qualification in the medical school you wish to work in. If you want to study medicine in the UK then it’s recommended that you contact your hospital and see if they are offering a BSc in medicine, or a BSc in Medicine. After graduating you can work for one of the hospitals within the UK, or if you’re particularly interested in helping to care for the elderly and the sick, you could also work abroad, for example in Spain, or Australia. You can find out more about your options for studying medicine in the UK at the Medical Schools UK website.
Another possibility would be to move to another country and open up a doctor’s job. This option is open to individuals who wish to further their education or who are looking for better pay, or if you’re always wanted to be a doctor but don’t like the thought of travelling, this is a good alternative. There are a number of great options in this regard, the British Red Cross Society has a list of many countries with doctors available for international assignments. The International Physicians for Charity has a list of over 500 locations for doctors that are willing to move abroad to serve overseas patients.