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Top Master Degrees in Health in Bulgaria 2018

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Master’s degrees are advanced academic programs that are available in many different study areas. Master programs can typically be completed in about two to three years. Depending on the school, they can even be earned online.

Bulgaria higher education provides students with tuition loan as well as other subsidized meals while learning in the higher education institutions. After a student completes his or her studies, he or she can join the corporate world with the skills acquired from higher education.

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Master in Dentistry at Medical University Varna

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Campus Full time 6 years October 2018 Bulgaria Varna

The training in Dental Medicine in English is full-time only and includes three stages (6 years): the course of study lasts five years (ten semesters), the pre-graduation practice after the 10th semester (135 working days or 1080 hours) and two training practices with 30 calendar days duration (each training covers 150 hours) after the sixth and the eighth semester. [+]

The training in Dental Medicine in English is full-time only and includes three stages (6 years): the course of study lasts five years (ten semesters), the pre-graduation practice after the 10th semester (135 working days or 1080 hours) and two training practices with 30 calendar days duration (each training covers 150 hours) after the sixth and the eighth semester. During the first two years, students are trained in medical and biological subjects (first stage). Except for the fact that instructions, labs, lectures, and examinations are conducted in English, the curriculum of the six-year Programme in Dental Medicine taught in English is identical with the coursework pursued by Bulgarian dental students. Learning the Bulgarian language is also compulsory during the first three years of the program. Students are required to learn Bulgarian in order to be able to communicate with the patients and in order to avoid the misunderstanding of the patients from the third year onwards.... [-]