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Entrance exam fall 2014 results

Applicants who passed the entrance exam will receive the Offer of Place by e-mail. The School should receive the information whether an applicant accepts the Offer of Place within 2 days, otherwise the answer will be regarded as negative. After the School receives the acceptance of the Offer of Place you will receive the Letter of Acceptance and the Student Contract by regular mail.
The Student Contract is regarded accepted as soon as the School receives the first tuition fee installment (1000 eur) and receives the Student Contract signed by the student.

Results (pdf)

 

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FALL ENTRANCE EXAM

According to the Call for applications issued on January 14, 2014 in Jutarnji list we would like to inform all the interested candidates that the Fall entrance exam for Medical Studies in English programme will take place in Zagreb (Croatia), Tel Aviv (Israel) and Stockholm (Sweden) on September 03, 2014.

There are 7 available places. The selection of candidates will be made on the basis of the joint list of the entrance exam results from Zagreb, Tel Aviv and Stockholm.

If the applicants who passed the entrance exam in summer term and gained the right to enroll give up their spot, other candidates who passed the entrance exam will be considered to fill their spot.

Prospective applicants should submit the following:

1. A completed application form (available on the MSE website) (http://mse.mef.unizg.hr/link1.php?grupa=01030100),

2. Croatian citizens should submit the original or notarized copy of Domovnica, foreign citizens should submit a photocopy of valid passport (only pages with personal data and photo),

3. original, or notarized copy of birth certificate, or officially attested English translation, if birth certificate is not originally issued in English or Croatian,

4. originals or notarized copies of their secondary school certificates of all four years of secondary school and the final certificate of education or officially attested English translation if not originally in English or Croatian,

5. English language proficiency certificate (as listed on Medical Studies in English website) (http://mse.mef.unizg.hr/link1.php?grupa=01030000),

6. original or notarized copy of general health status (not older than 1 month) issued by an authorized family physician (not a family member)

7. curriculum vitae in English language,

8. 4 photographs, 4x6 cm,

9. application fee in amount of 100€ (in HRK equivalent value):
Medicinski fakultet, Privredna banka Zagreb, account no. HR84 2340009 - 1110024619, poziv na broj 5100 for payments made from Croatia - payments are made in HRK according to the HNB middle exchange rate on the date of payment
or for payments made from abroad:
BANK NAME: PRIVREDNA BANKA ZAGREB
BRANCH ADDRESS: Ra?koga 6
CITY: Zagreb
POST CODE: 10000
SWIFT / BIC CODE: PBZGHR2X
IBAN CODE: HR32 2340 0091 3102 9776 9
Details of charge: OUR (all expenses are covered by the applicant)

10. financial statement that the applicant or his/her sponsor has adequate financial resources to finance his/her study (bank statement or statement of financial credibility).

Applicants who applied for the entrance exam in July and didn´t collect their documents from MSE office and would like to re-take the exam in Zagreb, should send a new application form and application fee payment confirmation by August 24, 2014.

Applications

• applications for the entrance exam in Zagreb should be sent by August 24, 2014 to the following address by post or courier service only:
University of Zagreb School of Medicine,
Medical Studies in English,
Salata 3b, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia.

• applications for the entrance exams in Tel Aviv and Stockholm should be sent by August 24, 2014 to the following addresses by post or courier service only:

For the entrance exam in Israel please send the application to:
M.D. Intrernational Studies
13 Tuval Street
Ramat Gan
Israel, 52136

For the entrance exam in Sweden please send the application to:

M.D. International Studies
Högbergsgatan 62
11854 Stockholm
Sweden

Incomplete applications and applications sent by e-mail or fax will not be considered.

Entrance exam
Applicants have to take the entrance exam composed of high-school level biology, physics and chemistry. The test consists of 120 questions, with 40 questions from each subject (i.e. Biology, Physics, Chemistry) (entrance exam sample can be found on MSE website)
Knowledge catalogues for each subject can also be found on MSE website (http://mse.mef.unizg.hr/link1.php?grupa=01060000).

To pass the exam an applicant has to answer correctly to at least 14 questions from each subject and have the total of 60 correct answers.

Enrollments

Applicants who have passed the entrance exam and are eligible to enroll will receive the offer of place followed by the letter of acceptance and the contract. 10 days after signing the contract and the first tuition fee payment applicants gained the right to enroll. Applicants who have gained the right to enroll but don´t enroll in due time lose the right to enroll.

More information on Medical Studies in English can be found on MSE website http://mse.mef.unizg.hr/

 

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Entrance exam summer 2014 results

Applicants who passed the entrance exam will receive the Offer of Place by e-mail on Monday. The School should receive the information whether an applicant accepts the Offer of Place within 2 days, otherwise the answer is regarded as negative. After the School receives the acceptance of the Offer of Place it will send the Letter of Acceptance and the Student Contract to the applicant by regular mail.
The Student Contract is regarded accepted as soon as the School receives the first installment of the tuition fee (1000 eur) and receives the Student Contract signed by the student.

Results (pdf)

Top2014-07-04

Enrolment, introductory meeting and the beginning of the academic year 2014/2015

Enrolment is an important event which confirms your status as a registered student of
the University.
You are invited to enroll the Medical Studies in English program.

Enrolment schedule:
- 1st year students - September 17, 18 and 19, 2014
- 2nd year students - September 22, 2014
- 3rd year students - September 23, 2014
- 4th year students - September 24, 2014
- 5th year students - September 25, 2014
- 6th year students - September 26, 2014


Courses are beginning on September 29, 2014


Introductory meeting for newly enrolled students will take place on September 25, 2014 -"Biološka" hall , Šalata 3 - at noon

Introductory week for newly enrolled students will take place from September 22 until September 26, 2014

It is important that you enroll at stated times, if possible. Your enrolment is only valid for one academic year at a time.

As part of the enrolment process students are required to abide by the University's
rules and regulations. Be so kind and find attached Academic Regulations for
Graduate Programs and Disciplinary Measures Policy (also posted at LMS).

Late Enrolments

Enrolments after the start of the course (after 26 September 2014) are permitted
only in exceptional cases and will be additionally charged 500,00 eur .
Failure to complete enrolment will lead to your exclusion from classes and
assessments.

Rules of enrolment (pdf)


Top2014-06-17

University of Zagreb School of Medicine announces call for applications for MD Program in English for the academic year 2014/2015!

Study Medicine in English in Croatia, Europe!

In the academic year 2003, University of Zagreb School of Medicine
introduced a new 12 semester (6-year) Medical Studies in English (MSE) Program. Graduates of the program are granted a diploma conferring the professional title of Doctor of Medicine (MD).

This program is entirely instructed in English language, and is also designed so as
to meet both American (USMLE) and European Union standards.
Beginning in 2005/2006, the Government of Canada has recognized University of Zagreb School of Medicine and Canadian citizens are eligible to apply for government (OSAP) student funding.

The University of Zagreb, founded in 1669, is the oldest and most
distinguished institution of higher learning in South-East Europe. Its
School of Medicine, founded in 1917, has a long tradition of educating
foreign students. So far over 700 foreign citizens have earned their
medical degree in Zagreb. Graduates of the University of Zagreb School of Medicine have established private practices or found teaching positions in medical schools all over the world, including the U.S. and Canada. Currently, University of Zagreb School of Medicine has students enrolled from the U.S., Canada, U.K., Israel, Europe, Australia and Asia.

It should be pointed out that a medical profession (especially an MD degree) is in the vast majority of the countries a strictly regulated profession. Therefore, prospective students are strongly advised to make themselves familiar with laws, by-laws, ordinances and any other legal acts of their native country and their compatibility with the MSE programme.

The number of places available for Medical Studies in English Program is 50.

Academic year starts in October and the admission is possible only into the winter semester.

The tuition fee for each academic year is 7.000 Euro (approx. 8.000 USD) if
paid at once or 7.200 Euro (payable in two instalments) prior to the
beginning of each semester.

Application fee is 100€.

Deadline for applications for academic year 2014/2015 is June 20, 2014.

Late and incomplete applications will not be considered.

For further details please check admission requirements.

How to apply: application procedure

Call for Applications 2014/2015

 

Top2013-11-27

Brain Awareness Week - international initiative for popularization of neuroscience

Brain Awareness Week - international initiative for popularization of neuroscience - is taking place at School of Medicine and Croatian Institute for Brain Research, from March 10-16, 2014. The organizer of the event is Croatian Society for Neuroscience. Detailed programme of lectures is available at website www.hiim.hr
Two events will be presented in English:
-Lecture "Imaging the human nervous system - beyond structure", will be given by prof Gregor Kasprian, University of Wien (School of Medicine, Radiology Department) at Tuesday, 11.03.2014. at 15.00h, Cackovic Hall, and
-Performance "Silent screams", Wednesday, 12.03.2014. at 19.00h, Cepamet Centre, Salata 4.
We cordially invite you to participate and learn about the most recent advances in the neuroscience field!

Top2014-03-06

MUTUAL RECOGNITION OF PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

MUTUAL RECOGNITION OF PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS - Official Journal of the European Union - COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 2013/25/EU of 13 May 2013 – the complete text could be found HERE


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Results of the entrance exam in Zagreb July 11, 2013

Applicants who passed the entrance exam (number 1-13) will receive the Offer of Place by e-mail. The School should receive the information whether an applicant accepts the Offer of Place within 2 days, otherwise the answer is regarded as negative. After the School receives the acceptance of the Offer of Place it will send the Letter of Acceptance and the Student Contract to the applicant by regular mail.
The Student Contract is regarded accepted as soon as the School receives the first installment of the tuition fee (1000 eur) and receives the Student Contract signed by the student.

 

Results

Top2013-07-11

Developing Leaders in Global Health Systems: A Partnership Program between UGA and U-Haifa

The Program offers 12 graduate credit hours. Students have the option of selecting 4 of 5 courses, including a 300-contact hour internship. The internship component may be used to fulfill the UGA MPH required 6-credit internship. Each of the classes offered will also satisfy the requirements of the UGA Graduate Certificate in Global Health.

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-Students will learn with University of Haifa students as well as students from other nations in class, creating a valuable learning experience with an international perspective.
-Internship sites (locations TBD) will offer students the chance to work in their field of study, while creating connections with Haifa students, Haifa faculty, and Israeli health professionals.

More (pdf)

Top2013-03-07

Introductory meeting for the 8th generation of students at the Medical Studies in English studies

Introductory meeting for the 8th generation of students at the Medical Studies in English studies was held on 22 September, 2011. Introductory speech was given by professor Davor Jezek, Medical Studies in English program coordinator and Vice-Dean for International Relations. After him the students were adressed by course coordinators for first year courses.

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Top2011-11-04

Graduation day - 5th generation

If you follow this link you will find photo gallery of Medical Studies in English - the fifth generation´s Graduation day.

http://www.mef.unizg.hr/studmef/galerija/diplomand/graduated-class-2013./class-2013-42.html?limitstart=0&limit=1

 

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Graduation day - 4th generation

Graduation day - 4th generation

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Graduation day - 3rd generation

Graduation day - 3rd generation

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Graduation day - 2nd generation

Graduation day - 2nd generation

 

 

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Graduation day - 1st generation

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If you follow this link you will find photo gallery of Medical Studies in English first generation´s Graduation day. .

Top2009-07-14

Admission requirements and how to enrol

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

 

The admission procedure comprises:

 

1)    Evaluation of the secondary school grades (overall average over the continuum of all 4 years of the secondary school education comprising all the grades and the final exam, together with the specific evaluation of grades in Biology, Chemistry and Physics).

 

2)    Written exam in Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Date: to be determined (beginning of July for the exam in Zagreb).

Location: Zagreb, School of Medicine premises

           

            Requirements for the entrance exam available at: http://mse.mef.unizg.hr/link1.php?grupa=01060000

3)    Candidates who have completed a pre-medical college and passed internationally recognized exams (MCAT - with minimal score 9 for each section), or earned a BA/Bsc degree in natural sciences with good credits in Biology, Physics, Chemistry may be exempted from the entrance examination.

 

4)    Applicants who have taken SAT II Subject Tests in Biology, Physics and Chemistry, with the minimal score 600 in each subject, may also be exempted from the written exam.

 

5)    Candidates who are neither native speakers of English, nor have graduated from an English-speaking secondary school or college are required to take an internationally recognized English language proficiency test (TOEFL, IELTS…).

 

     

 

Academic year starts at the beginning of October and lasts until the end of July.

 

 

Tuition fee is 7,000 Euro per year if paid at once, or 7,200 Euro if paid in two installments, prior to the beginning of each semester.

 

 

 


How to enrol

New students:

As a commencing or new student, you will need to check the enrolment instructions included in your Medical Studies in English leaflet. Note that to be fully enrolled, you will need to have

1. a completed application form (application form)
2. certified copies of your secondary school certificates (of all four years of secondary school and the final certificate of education  GCSE) with official transcript of grades
3. certificate of higher courses or degrees, if any
4. officially attested English translation of your secondary school/graduation certificates if these were not originally issued in English
5. curriculum vitae in English
6. 2 passport-size photos (not older than six months)
7. payment slip of application and tuition fee
8. medical certificate of general health status
9. photocopy of your valid passport (only relevant pages with your data and picture) and birth certificate
10. notarized financial statement that the applicant or his/her sponsor has adequate financial resources to finance his/her study
11. and completed any other enrolment procedures available in the Students office

Top2008-07-04

University of Zagreb School of Medicine is being registered in IMED

faimerUniversity of Zagreb School of Medicine has been recognized by Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER), incorporated as a foundation of ECFMG, and has been registered in its International Medical Education Directory (IMED)

Top2009-02-26

University of Zagreb School of Medicine is being enlisted in the WHO Directory

whoUniversity of Zagreb School of Medicine is being enlisted into the World directory of Medical Schools.

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