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Tuition fees for the academic year 2024-2025 for EU and non-EU citizens are 13.000 EUR.
Tuition fees are generally paid in two installments. Should a candidate be admitted to the program a deposit of 3,000 euros (non-refundable) is required in due time to secure a place in the program. This amount will be deducted from the tuition fees and the rest of 10,000 euro should be deposited in two installments (mid-September and mid-January).
Applications Platform is expected to open on November 13th, 2023.
The deadline for the application process is March 15th, 2024.
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If you are not a native speaker or you have not a graduation diploma from a high school with the instruction in the English language, then you need to obtain / have obtained one of the following:
There are no scholarships available for the academic year 2023-2024.
A pre-med program is designed to cover all the science and laboratory requirements needed for continued education in medicine or healthcare..
Pre-med is not a major itself but rather a program that ensures students take all the required classes needed to apply for medical school. Therefore, do not confuse your group or the subjects you have chosen to obtain your high school diploma with the pre-med program.
We will not accept transfer of credits from other medical programs/Universities. Each student must complete all 60 courses at the NKUA MD program.
If you meet the requirements and your file is completed , it will be examined and evaluated by the program committee. After that, the committee will decide whether you are qualified to proceed with an interview. If yes, you will be called in for an online interview. After the interview, and in case you have been selected for admission to the program, an acceptance letter will be sent to you, conditional or not. Runner-ups or students not finally selected will be notified accordingly around June.
Interviews for all applicants will be held online. Webex or a Zoom-based platform will be needed.
If you are under 18 on the start date of the course and you have been selected for admission, you will be contacted by the admissions office to provide parental contact details to ensure you have permission to participate in certain elements of the program that require parental consent. In addition, all financial obligations should be fulfilled by an adult (parent, relative or guardian).
As an EU citizen you can enter Greece with your Identity card or passport. For further information, you should also contact the authorities of your country.
As a non-EU citizen, you will have to apply for a long-stay student national visa (Type of Visa: National-D, Category “D.1.1 Studies”) by the Hellenic Embassy or Consular authority in your country. Visit https://www.mfa.gr/en/visas for further information. Upon arrival in Greece, non-EU citizens will need to apply for a long-term residence permit for studies.
Non-EU/Non-EEA students, who do not have access to the national health care system in Greece (provided through employment or family), should individually arrange for private insurance.
EU/EEA students should obtain their European Health Insurance Card that gives them access to medically necessary, state-provided healthcare during their stay in Greece.
* Valid Health Insurance documentation is required for your registration in the program.