Bsc in medicine in Maastricht university
You ll take skills labs, where you practice medical skills with (and on) your fellow students and simulated patients, and acquire other practical skills, such as delivering bad news. After the bachelor's programme, almost all students continue on to do a master's in Medicine. Once you have completed the master's programme, you ll be ready to work in a hospital as a resident physician, during which time you ll be trained as a specialist. It will be easy for you to find a good position after you graduate, because the Dutch numerus clausus system ensures that the number of graduates do not exceed the number of doctors needed in the country.
Applicants must have a Dutch secondary school (VWO) or higher professional education (HBO) diploma, or 60 ECTS from an HBO or a university programme, an International or European Baccalaureate, a US high school diploma or UK GCE A-levels, IELTS 6.0, TOEFL internet test 80.
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