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Indrasish B
6 years ago
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Hi, entry requirements vary between universities but in general you'll need a good knowledge of German and a proficiency test to prove it, a medical certificate (showing you're in good health) and a high school diploma certificate (or equivalent). You may also need to sit an entrance exam. You can find out more on essaysmatch https://essaysmatch.com/custom-essay/ Hope this helps!

Germany is a great place for you to start your career in medicine. They need a lot of health care professionals there right now tbh. But first you need to know their language, among other things!

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I totally agree with you.

Why Germany tho? 

One of the greatest things here is that you can study for free. As for medical schools, I can reassure you that German universities are not the best. 
My best advice is to look up universities in Finland or Austria as they are better known for medical schools. 

Better and I think much cheaper!

Medicine is the one subject on German universities, were the required Numerus Clausus (average mark of the Abitur, the high school diploma) is nearly unbeatable - for this year between 1,0 and 1,4, depending on the state you made your abitur and if you would like to start in summer or winter. This means, all your marks have to be (nearly) the best possible.

So most people have to wait for the acceptance after they are applying, spending sometimes several years as paramedic or nursing auxiliary.

Another possibility is to start studying in a foreign country and then come back to Germany; which courses and practice will be taken into account, is depending on the university.

Awesome very nice