Admission Criteria

Persons eligible for admission to the studies are the holders of:

  1. a document confirming knowledge of the English language provided that secondary education was conducted in a language other than English (e.g. International English Language Testing System- IELTS at least 6.5, Test of English as Foreign Language -TOEFL Paper Based Test at least a 543 points test score and at least 3,5 points from TWE, TOEFL Computer Based Test (TOEFL CBT) at least a 180 points test score and at least 50 points from TSE, TOEFL Internet-Based Test (TOEFL iBT) – at least an 87 points),
  2. a high school-leaving examination certificate or diploma of secondary education, which entitles its holder to be considered for admission to higher education in the state it was obtained in;
  3. Biology or Physics and Chemistry courses completed during secondary and/or supplementary education and confirmed by a certificate including grade, or by an entry in diploma of secondary education, who will sit for an entrance examination conducted in English.

English language requirement for Scandinavian applicants:

Candidates from Scandinavian countries may present their English grades on the high school graduation certificate. The minimum accepted grades are as follows:

  • candidates from Norway—4,
  • candidates from Sweden—C (VG),
  • candidates from Denmark—7.

If a candidate from a Scandinavian country does NOT hold a required grade from an English course, they are obliged to present one of the documents listed above as proof of their English language ability.

Entrance examination

Admissions to the program are based solely on the entrance examination results.

The entrance exam sessions during the admission process for the academic year 2024/25 will be held online.

Detailed information on the online entrance exam sessions will be shared with the candidates whose registrations were confirmed in the Online Application System.

Entrance examination description

The entrance examination is a multiple-choice test in reasoning and critical thinking in premedical sciences. The test verifies the candidate’s analytical skills and ability to solve problems in a logical way, based on the information provided, general knowledge and foundations of medicine. Knowledge in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics/Logic, Ethics is checked through problems based on text analysis and questions related to charts, graphs and reasoning skills.

The entrance examination consists of 100 multiple-choice questions. Each question has 5 answers, but only one is correct (except for true/false questions, where one has to choose a correct statement).  Examination duration: 180 minutes.

After a candidate’s registration in the Online Application System is confirmed (positive verification of the documents and payment of an application fee), a sample of the new formula examination providing a selection of questions will be emailed to the candidate.