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Application and Admission Requirements


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General Requirements

The applicants must graduate from a high school / senior secondary school before being admitted to the university. In case the applicant leaves high/secondary school in the year of application and school leaving certificate is not issued until the day of entrance exam, a certificate of completion of high/secondary school studies has to be attached and the school leaving certificate has to be presented until the registration the latest. To keep up with the European admission standards for medical education, the applicants are expected to have had excelled in basic science courses. They need a strong basic knowledge in biology and chemistry. If the applicant graduated from high school more than two years before applying, he/she may be advised to take a refresher course in the required subjects. Applicants have to have B2 level/upper intermediate English knowledge and they have to be eligible for higher education studies in their home country.

Application Procedure

For the details of the application procedure, please visit our website at for more information.


Entrance Examination Topics



  1. Chemical basis of life: Carbon, Oxygen, Nitrogen
  2. Chemical groups, Water, pH, Lipids
  3. Carbohydrates
  4. Amino acids, Proteins, Biochemical reactions, Enzymes
  5. Nucleosides, nucleotides, nucleic acids
  6. Discovering the genetic material
  7. Flow of genetic information: Genetic code
  8. DNA replication
  9. Structure of cells: Nucleus, nucleolus
  10. Synthesis of RNAs: Transcription
  11. Structure of cells II: Endoplasmic Reticulum
  12. Synthesis of Proteins: Translation
  13. Structure of the cells III: Cytoplasm, cytoskeleton, vesicles, cell membrane, cell wall, comparison of eu-, and prokaryotic cells
  14.  Structure of the cells: Mitochondria
  15. Oxidative phosphorylation
  16. Cell division I: Mitosis
  17. Cell division II: Meiosis
  18. Basics of Immunology

Questions related to the structure of the human body, circulation, nervous system and visceral organs etc. May also occur



  1. Matter, atomic theory of matter
  2. Periodic table
  3. Nomenclature of inorganic compounds
  4. Electronic structure of atoms
  5. Stoichiometry, and chemical equations
  6. Chemical bonds and intermolecular forces
  7. Gaseous state (gas laws)
  8. Solutions, concentrations
  9. Reaction kinetics and chemical equilibria
  10. Electrolytic equilibria, acid-base theories
  11. Redox reactions
  12. Introduction to organic chemistry, alkanes
  13. Cycloalkanes, alkenes, dienes and alkynes
  14. Aromatic hydrocarbons and alkyl halides
  15. Alcohols, phenols and ethers
  16. Aldehydes and ketones
  17. Carboxilic acids
  18. Carboxilic acid derivatives (esters, amides), soaps
  19. Amines, heterocyclic compounds (pyrrol and pyridine)
  20. Carbohydrates