Med Schools in Eastern Europe Attract Foreign Students

August 12, 2013

Medical schools in Eastern Europe are seeing increases in the number of foreign students enrolling, particularly in programs taught in English, The New York Times reported. The programs are less expensive than those in the United States and are easier to get into.


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