Non EU Degree Recognition
It is mandatory for all graduates of medical and dental studies from non-EU medical universities to register with the corresponding medical or dental councils in order to apply for their relevant fields and practice in EU countries including the UK.
Such graduates are required to opt from any of the two alternatives below prior to registration.
1. The student will be required to attend and pass exams for subjects that are considered unofficial in their degree by the Ministry of Education relevant to the corresponding country. They will also be required to attend and pass an exam for a state license. This means the students will be required to get their degrees acknowledged by the relevant Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health. The ministries take into consideration the complete curriculum of studies and the time spent (in hours) in covering individual subjects; for theory and practical education. As well as the time spent (in hours) during internship and clerkship rotations. This process takes on average about one to one and a half years for completion.
2. The student will be required to obtain an MD or DMD in the form of a transferring student in their 5th or 6th year at an authorized university which is taught in English inside the EU.
Out of the above two, the latter option is advisable as it helps students to obtain a degree from a European University (Bulgarian or Romanian). It is worth noting that Bulgarian or Romanian universities are authorized by the corresponding medical officials in the EU as well. It is equally applicable for the GMC and GDC in the UK.
With the aid of our professional service you can accomplish any of the two options above. With help across all boards from applying, submission, negotiation and settlement overseas including receival at the foreign airport.