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Why Choose to Study Medicine at Accredited Belarussian Universities?
+What is the 6-Year Undergraduate Medicine Course?

Gomel State Medical University

  • Gomel State Medical University (GSMU) in Belarus offers undergraduate students the opportunity to study a 6-Year Medicine Programme.
  • The undergraduate programme is a highly regarded pathway for students wishing to train in Europe and practise medicine internationally.
  • The medicine programme commences in October and there is one annual intake.
  • Students study a three-phase programme that is structured into two years of pre-clinical modules, three years of clinical rotations and modules, and a final year internship to qualify as a Doctor of Medicine (MD).
  • During Years One to Two of pre-clinical modules, students study on-campus at their university in Belarus and learn from a talented faculty with lectures, seminars, laboratories and research groups
  • Years Three to Five are taught in clinical settings with modules that align with clinical rotations in Belarussian hospitals and medical facilities.
  • Students train intensively in their Year Six professional internship, undertaking over 20 medical subjects with the option to study electives in Cardiovascular Surgery and Blood Transfusion.
  • Graduates from Belarussian universities are trained extensively in theory and clinical practice which prepares them for a career working in Europe or further abroad
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+What are the SME Clinical Rotations in the UK, Ireland, Canada, USA & Australia?
  • SME offers an exclusive international study opportunity for medicine students studying in Belarus to undertake clinical rotations in the UK, Canada, USA and Australia.
  • SME matches applicants to international clinical rotations in line with their university’s medicine curriculum modules in hospitals and medical facilities.
  • To apply, SME requires the following:
    • Professional CV and rotations preferences inclusive of the location, facility and department, and duration of rotation.
    • Documented authorisation of the application from the coordinating professor of the medical programme.
  • Places for the rotations are offered in order of application submission due to the limited availability of places and the specifications of matching students to the correct rotation.
  • Participating in international clinical rotations is an invaluable opportunity for students and provides them with training in diverse settings, establishes relationships with a global network, and they maintain their studies at the same time.
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+What Universities Offer Medicine in Belarus?
Gomel State Medical University
  • GSMU is one of Belarus’ most highly-regarded tertiary institutions and medical schools.
  • GSMU is ranked in the Top 100 Medical Schools global index and the leading modern university in Belarus.
  • The university has over 34 departments and 600 highly qualified professors.
  • There are currently over 5,000 students studying at GMSU including around 1,000 international students.
  • GMSU is renowned for its state-of-the-art facilities including practical skill and scientific research laboratories.
  • The university has the leading clinical training base in Belarus where students learn in a comprehensive range of medical specialities including cardiology, immunology and oncology.
  • GMSU is involved in the TEMPUS project and has partnerships with universities in the UK and Japan.
  • Thousands of the university’s graduates work all over the world and are trained with a global outlook with international internships, conferences and educational events for students to participate in.
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+What are the Undergraduate Entry Requirements?
Applicants must provide the following information:
  • An application which includes the following details: bio, education history and course for which you are applying.
  • A copy of your secondary education results with subjects studied.
  • Personal statement or results of Cambridge Personal Style Questionnaire (CPSQ)
  • Interview
  • Documents from your home country confirming that you are authorised to study in Belarus.
  • Two small photos of 4-5cm
All documents need to be translated into Belarussian to satisfy state directives.
+Why Study Medicine in Belarus?
  • Belarus is a significant tertiary educator in Europe and in global medical training.
  • Students benefit from a progressive, modern environment of learning and international cooperation.
  • The country is the 13th largest in continental Europe and the capital city is Minsk.
  • Belarus is famous for its historical cities, fascinating modern architecture, stunning landscape and friendly residents.
  • The lifestyle in Belarus is focused on the outdoors as over half the country is covered in forest and the natural attractions are pristine.
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