Medical Doorway were back at Charles University First Faculty of Medicine for our 2018 enrolment. Following our London entrance exams in April and July and our inaugural Hong Kong exam it was another hectic year. This year we supported students from the UK, Nigeria, Iran and from across Asia in enrolling at the world’s eleventh oldest medical school.
The enrolment took place on Friday 21st September. Students submitted their legalised paperwork and received their student books and schedules. They were welcomed to the faculty by Professor David Sedmera. Professor Sedmera spoke to students briefly about the history of the faculty and Charles University. He also gave advice on how to ensure a successful experience when studying Medicine or Dentistry. Kristýna Bulínová (Head of Student Office) then guided students through the enrolment process. A packed itinerary of freshers’ activities was planned with LF1 MedSoc president Rhody running through the events for the first two-weeks in Prague.
This year competition was fierce, but Medical Doorway applicants had the advantage of Czech Test Prep. This exclusive package is soon to have another big upgrade. All Medical Doorway applicants to our Czech Republic universities get access to this resource.
Charles University First Faculty of Medicine and Medical Doorway have announced their 2019 entrance exams. Entrance Exams are taking place in London on Saturday 4th May and Sunday 30th June. We will also be back in Hong Kong for our Asian exam on Tuesday 4th June.
We are already receiving applications for 2019 so be sure to secure your seat on these exclusive entrance exams. This is your chance to study medicine or dentistry at Charles University First Faculty of Medicine.
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