The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA) School of Medicine is launching an English-language medical degree program for international students in September this year.
The university said in a statement that the curriculum would be the same as that followed by students of the Greek course.
Students eligible for the course must have attended the “last two classes of high school (or equivalent school) in a country other than Greece and have obtained a high school diploma or other equivalent secondary education diploma (June 2022 or before ) which gives them the right to be admitted to higher education institutions in the country where they obtained their diploma”.
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The NKUA is ranked 46th in the world for infectious diseases and 201st in the world according to QS University Rankings.
The full-time NKUA medical course lasts six years (12 semesters) and will start in September this year.
Tuition fees are €13,000 per year.