We can also assist prospective students from India. Universities will usually require that the students sit an examination in English or can evidence their proficiency in English language from a list of internationally recognised English language tests.
It is also usual for applicants to require approval from the Ministry of Education and/or the Ministry of Foreign affairs from the country where the university is located.
Typically, it is mandatory that prospective students from non EU countries:
- Have completed secondary education which enables them to continue their studies in higher institutions and universities in the country where their secondary education was completed
- Have studied and completed biology and chemistry subjects in secondary school. The grades achieved for the Diploma of Secondary Education (or equivalent) must be at least 62%.
- Applicants wishing to have their degree course taught in English must either sit the English for Academic Medical Studies examination (or equivalent) or submit a certificate showing proficiency in English from one of the internationally recognised English Language Tests
In addition to the University Application Form, applicants will normally need to provide:
- Evidence of all subjects studied at secondary school and the final grades
- A document issued by the secondary school or educational authority confirming that the applicant would be eligible to continue their studies in higher institutions and universities in the country where their secondary education was completed.
- A medical certificate to confirm that the applicant is in good health. This should be issued within a month before the date of the application
The above documents will need to be translated into the language of the country where the university is located, certified and legalised. Documents will need to be legalised by the Foreign Affairs Ministry of the country where the applicant has completed their secondary education AND at the related Embassy in the country where the university is located.
We will take care of the translation, certification and legalisation services described above.
Other documentation required includes:
- A declaration by the applicants parents that they will support the applicant for the duration of their studies. This also needs to be translated and certified.
- A copy of the applicants passport (photo pages)
- Five recently taken colour photos – passport size.
Applications need to be submitted from June 1st to August 30th of the year in which the applicant wished to commence their course.
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