Medical studies without NC and without waiting time With Medi-Connect
Would you like to study medicine or pharmacy without NC (Numberus clausus)?
Medi-Connect specializes in the secure placement of study places abroad.
Your benefits at a glance
- Study without NC (Numberus clausus)
- Study without waiting
- Wish study place regardless of the Abitur grade
- Studying at renowned medical faculties abroad
- Study in English
- All-around support by MediConnect
On request, Medi-Connect offers comprehensive additional services to make your entry into the medical studies and pharmacy studies in Bulgaria as easy and comfortable as possible.
you will get your desired university place without delay, regardless of the final grade and no NC. We will be at your service 24 hours a day by phone. In addition, we will be pleased to meet with you to prepare for the return, which will make it easier for you to get back to Germany in the future.
Intermed Group Ltd Sofia BG is a subsidiary of the INTERMED GROUP Group headquartered in Sofia, with branches in every city in Bulgaria (Sofia, Plovdiv, Pleven, Varna and Stara Zagora), where medical faculties are established. We are a German Bulgarian-based company and have successfully supervised students from Germany, Sweden, Turkey, Kuwait, Israel, Greece, Spain, and Italy since 2004. As specialists in the field of medical studies in Bulgaria, we look after several hundred clients every year in the same study subjects and the same Bulgarian Medical Universities. We represent exclusively the interests of our clients/students. Our services are serious, professional and individually tailored to your needs. We take care of our students during their complete study period and ensure that you pass your semester examinations without delay and successfully. We achieve this by being on-site 365 days a year and maintaining the best connections and contacts with the relevant university professors.
Successful students and happy parents are customers of MediConnect.
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Last updated November 16, 2017