Tuition fees for international students
Tuition fees are fees that are payable when a student begins to study at the University.
Tuition fees for Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy in English courses at Bulgarian Medical Universities
General Medicine: 6 year programme, €4,000 per semester (approx. GBP 3,500 depending on the daily currency rate)
Pharmacy: 5 year programme, €4,000 per semester (approx. GBP 3,500 depending on the daily currency rate)
Dentistry: 6 year programme, €4,000 per semester (approx. GBP 3,500 depending on the daily currency rate)
No student loans for EU citizens are available at the moment through the Bulgarian banks towards the tuition fees. The only bank still accepting applications is Postbank but the success rate is very low.
Students should consider the fact that they may not be able to secure a loan when coming to study in Bulgaria.
What are the tuition fees?
Tuition fees are fees that are payable when a student begins to study at the University. They include registration, tuition, initial examination, graduation and membership of the University Association. The fee also includes membership of the Students' Union (there is provision for students to opt out of membership).
What is the meaning of tuition fees?
The charge or fee for instruction, as at a private school or a college or university: The college will raise its tuition again next year. 2. teaching or instruction, as of pupils: a school offering private tuition in languages.
What is student finance?
The student finance package includes a tuition fee loan and a maintenance loan. Students can still apply for grants if they're eligible for certain benefits, disabled, or need help with childcare costs. Read our blog on what these changes are and what they mean.
What is the tuition fee loan?
The Tuition Fee Loan is a non-income assessed loan to meet the cost of tuition fees. It is payable to the university or college in three instalments. Payment is made when confirmation is received from university or college that the student is in attendance at the start of each term.
How does a student loan work?
Student loans are sums of money you borrow for your education, and pay back over time—in most cases, with interest. Loans will often be part of your financial aid offer from the school you attend. Look for grants and scholarships first, since those don't have to be repaid
How do I become a doctor?
The first thing you need to do to become a doctor is:
Step 1: Earn a Bachelors Degree. ...
Step 2: Take the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) ...
Step 3: Earn a Medical Degree. ...
Step 4: Complete a Residency Program. ...
Step 5: Obtain Licensure. ...
Step 6: Get Certified to Advance Career.
Are student loan interest free?
There are private lenders that offer student loans with interest, but the federal government has some student loans available that are interest-free. When you borrow with a no-interest loan, you will pay back the same amount you borrowed.