Studying medicine and dentistry is the dream for many students. If you wish to study in English, there are considerable fees related to studies. We will take a look at studies at universities in European Union to find out which universities are the cheapest. It is also important to tell, that universities have different deadlines, entry requirements, and procedures.

Please note, that studies in the local language (e.g. in the Slovak language in Slovakia) are free of charge for most of the European countries. On another hand, competition for studies in the local language is really big (which is also the reason, why many students move for studies in the English language across Europe).

The tuition fees below are from the academic year 2021/2022. For the most recent tuition fee amounts, make sure to check the website of the respective university. Conversion of tuition fees to euro was done on 25.6.2021

Prices written below are for 2 semesters (1 academic year), studies are in English (unless stated differently)

General medicine – comparison of tuition fees for studies in English


Faculty of medicine, Pavel Jozef Safarik University – 10,500€ per one year (there are total of 6 years of studies)
Update 2021: from the academic year 2021/2022, it will be possible to study the program of General medicine also in Prague, Czech Republic. Tuition fees are 15000€ per academic year. Tuition fees for studies in Kosice remain the same.

Jessenius Faculty of Medicine, Comenius University – 10,900€ per one year

Faculty of Medicine, Comenius University – 9,900€ per one year

Czech Republic

The majority of medical universities in the Czech Republic are part of the Charles University (3 are in Prague, 1 in Hradec Kralove, and one in Pilsen). Czech Medical schools have a great reputation and students from all over the world are coming to study 6-years program of General medicine or a 5-years program of Dental medicine. Click for more information about Czech Medical Universities

The first faculty of medicine, Charles University – 400,000CZK (approximately 14800€)

The Second faculty of medicine, Charles – 330,000CZK (approximately 13,100€)

The Third Faculty of Medicine, Charles University – 330,000CZK (13,100€)

Faculty of Medicine, Hradec Kralove, Charles University – 310,000CZK (cca 12200€)

Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen, Charles University – 300,000CZK (cca 11790€ per year)

Faculty of Medicine in Brno, Masaryk University – 300,000CZK (cca 11790€ per year)

Faculty of Medicine in Olomouc, Palacky University – 10,500€

Faculty of medicine in Ostrava, Ostrava University – new accreditation process in progress, university is not accepting new students)


Hungary has students friendly regime for non-EU students, therefore having plenty of students from Iran or USA. If you want to study medicine in Hungary, go to the page about Hungarian medical schools.

Faculty of Medicine, Semmelweis University – 18200USD per 2 semesters

Faculty of Medicine, University of Debrecen – 16900USD or installments (9 500 USD + 8 400 USD = 17 900 USD)

Faculty of Medicine, University of Pecs –  USD 16,750/year (USD 9,000 for the first and USD 7,750 for the second semester) for English program, or 15.000€ for program in the German language

Faculty of Medicine, University of Szeged – 15200€  in the first year, 14600€ in 2nd to 5th year, and 7300€ in 6th year.


Note: apart from completing 6-year studies, it is also mandatory to take LEK exam (13-months program) in order to get medical license

Faculty of Medicine, University of Gdansk -44,000PLN per 2 semesters (approximately 9728€) – source:

Medical university in Warsaw – 13700€ per one year

Jagiellonian University in Krakow – 14000€ per year

Medical University in Lodz – 11,800€ in 1st year and 11,600€ for 2nd – 6th year

Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin – 13800€ for 1st year and 13500€ for 2nd to 6th year

University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn – 49000PLN for 1st year (cca 10800€), 47000PLN for 2nd to 6th year (cca 10400€)

Medical University in Bialystok – Obligatory pre-course – €450; For the 1st Year – € 11,000 All the consecutive years (from 2nd to 6th) – € 11,000/year, enrollment fee 500€ – source:

Nicolaus Copernicus University Collegium Medicumin in Bydgoszcz – preparatory course 2000PLN (442€), 45500PLN (approximately 10060€) source:

Jan Kochanowski University of Kielce-  12000€ per one year Source:

Wroclaw Medical University – 48300PLN per year (cca 10700€)

Medical University in Silesia  (School of medicine in Katowice) – 11200€ per year, there are various charges in an international program for rotations and summer clerkship, source:

Medical University in Lublin – 13.000EUR (1st year)/11.100EUR (2nd year)/13.000EUR (3rd-5th year)/13.500EUR (6th year)

Pomorski Medical University in Szczecin – preparatory obligatory course: 600€, 12000€ for 1st to 4th year, 11,000€ for 5th and 6th year  Asklepios program for German citizens costs 13800€ for 1st year and 13500€ for 2nd to 6th year.  Source:


Faculty of Medicine, University of Zagreb – Tuition fee is 12,000 Euro per year if paid at once, or 12,200 Euro if paid in two installments, prior to the beginning of each semester. Source:

Faculty of Medicine, University of Split – 12000€ Source:

Faculty of Medicine, University of Rijeka – 10.000€ Source:

Faculty of Medicine, University of Osijek – only in the German language: 16000€ per year – Source:


Medical schools in Slovenia do not run in the English language, only in local, Slovenian.

The University of Maribor – only in Slovenian

University in Ljubljana – only in Slovenian


Medical university in Oradea – 45000RON (cca 9130€), 9900€ for non-EU candidates

University in Arad: the program is offered in Romanian and English language:

University Victor Babes in Timisoara – 60 students from EU and 40 students from non-EU will be admitted – confirmation fees 300€, 7500€ tuition fees Source:

University in Cluj Napoca – 200 students for English program, 180 students for French program – for both the tuition fees are 7500€ per year

Victor Papinian University in Sibiu – 8000€ per year Source:

George Palade University in Targu Mures – 6000€ per year – it is possible also to take first two years in Hamburg for 25000€ per year Source:

University of medicine and pharmacy in Craiova – 5000€ per year

Transilvania University in Brasov – 6000LEI for Bachelor studies, 4000 LEI for Master studies (for EU citizens), 5000 lei for both Bachelors and master studies (for non-EU citizens)

Faculty of medicine and pharmacy in Galati – 8500lei for 1st year, 6500 lei for 2nd, 6000 lei for 3rd and 5500 lei for remaining years Source:

University of medicine Ovidius in Constanca – 7000lei for Eu students, 5000€ for non-EU students

University of medicine and pharmacy of Carol David in Bucharest – not published on University website

Titu Maiurescu University in Bucharest – 4500 lei for 1st year, 4000 lei for 2nd, 3000 lei for 3rd to 6th year


  • Plovdiv Medical University  – 8000€ per one year Source:
  • St. Kliment Ohridski Medical University in Sofia- 7700€ per year
  • Varna Medical University – 8000€ per year for EU students Source:
  • Pleven Medical University – 7500€ per year Source:
  • Medical University in Sofia – 8000€ per year
  • Trakia University Stara Zagora – 7000€ per year


Lithuanian University of medical science in Kaunas – €12,500 / 1st-4th study year €13,000 / 5th-6th study year

Faculty of Medicine, University in Vilnius – 11,000€ per year Source:


University of Latvia – 1st year: 9750€, 2nd year: 10.000€, 3rd and 4th year: 10.500€, 5th year: 11.000€, 6th year: 12000€ source:

Riga Stradins University – 12.000€ for 1st to the 6th-year source:


University of Tartu – 12.000€ per year source:


Italian medical universities are the cheapest, but also really competitive. While universities in central Europe offer usually 150-250 seats every year for general medicine and 30-50 for dental medicine, Italian universities have usually only 40-80 places with a strict division between EU and non-Eu students. That is also the reason, why many Italians study medicine in schools of central Europe (e.g. Masaryk University, University of Pavel Jozef Safarik etc). Private universities are one of the most expensive in Europe.

For public universities, there are the minimum and maximum tuition fees stated according to the social status of the student. Admission is based on the IMAT exam, which can be completed in tens of countries worldwide (so you dont need to travel anywhere). The Source of fees below is the website:

Harvey – Università degli Studi di Pavia – Harvey Medicine: 156-4565€ for foreigners

International Medical School – Università degli Studi di Milano: 156-1456€ per year

University of Rome La Sapienza – 156-1156€ per year

Tor Vergata School of medicine and medicine and surgery – 156-5250€

University of Naples Federico II – 510-3000€

University Of Napoli Luigi Vanvitelli  – 137-2710€

University of Bari Aldo Moro – 136-1580€

University of Turin – 196-2805€

University of Bologna – 156-3407€

University of Milano – Biccoca – 156-756€

University of Messina – 236-750€

University of Siena (Dentistry) – variable

Private medical schools in Italy: source

  • Cattolica University, Rome – 7,000€-16,000€ /year for EU (20 places); 15,600€/year for non-EU (30 places). Has its own entrance exam, administered worldwide.
  • Saint Camillus International University of Health and Medical Sciences, Rome: 15,000€/year. EU candidates take admissions test in Rome; non-EU candidates take the UCAT.
  • Humanitas University, Rozzano (near Milan) – 20,000€/year
  • San Raffaele University, Segrate (near Milan) – 20,000€/year. Has its own admissions test, held worldwide.


European University Cyprus (private school)- 19000€ per year


Queen Mary University London with a branch in Malta – approximately 19500€ per year (5years MBBS program) Source:

The University of Malta – free of charge for EU students, 26000€ for non-EU students (5 years program with 300 ECTS) Source:

Schools outside of the European Union


Source of information:

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University 7000 USD 250 USD
Akaki Tsereteli University 3850 USD 200 USD
European University 5000 USD 250 USD
Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University 4000 USD 200 USD
David Tvildiani Medical University 8000 USD 250 USD
New Vision University, Georgia 7000 USD 250 USD
Tbilisi Open Teaching University 4500 USD 250 USD
University of Georgia 6000 USD 250 USD


Source of information:

Name of the University Tuition Fees / Year Hostel Fees / Year
Altai State Medical University 3700 USD 500 USD
Kursk State Medical University 5100 USD 1000 USD
Dagestan State Medical University 3000 USD 1000 USD
Syktyvkar State Medical University 4250 USD 1200 USD
Far Eastern Federal University 3000 USD 1000 USD
Tambov State University 4200 USD 1200 USD
Kuban State Medical University 3500 USD 700 USD
Volgograd State Medical University 6000 USD 1100 USD
Kazan State Medical University 7000 USD 600 USD
Bashkir State Medical University 3500 USD 900 USD
Crimean Federal University 4250 USD 600 USD
First Moscow State Medical University 10000 USD 1800 USD
People’s Friendship University of Russia 7000 USD 1200 USD
Kazan Federal University 5500 USD 1000 USD
Mari State University 3200 USD 800 USD
Northern State Medical University 4000 USD 700 USD
Novosibirsk State Medical University 5000 USD 900 USD
Orenburg State Medical University 4000 USD 1000 USD
Perm State Medical University 4500 USD 1200 USD
Ryazan State Medical University 4500 USD 900 USD
Siberian State Medical University 3000 USD 500 USD
Voronezh State Medical University 2500 USD 800 USD
St. Petersburg State Medical University 5500 USD 1600 USD