Arad University

Arad University
Named after the prominent Romanian politician Vasile Goldis, the university was founded in 1990 and had only two faculties. The university is home to six faculties, including Medicine, with around 6000 students. Located in Arad, Romania, it is situated in an industrial center with a transportation hub on the Mures River. The population is around 160,000, the 12th largest city in Romania. It is one of the most prolific cities in Romania, with a booming economy, an extensive tram network, Arad International Airport, and the largest cargo terminal in western Romania. Due to significant economic development during the 1800s, Arad became Romania’s fastest-growing and most prosperous city. Being one of the more modern universities, one can expect a large state-of-the-art school with a curriculum to match. The course is 6 years and is taught in English. The first three years consist of a theory of fundamental knowledge and pre-clinical studies. The latter three years are more clinical in nature, with hospital experience and surgical courses offered.
University Recognitions ECFMG, WDOMS, FAIMER, NMC (erstwhile MCI), AMC, GMC PLAB, etc
Medium of Teaching English
MBBS Course Duration 6 years (with internship)
Eligibility Criteria Qualified Class 12 with 50% marks in PCB
NEET Required Yes
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