Once all the required modules have been successfully completed, our students will receive a Bachelor of Medicine degree. The bachelor’s degree is awarded after 190 ECTS credit points have been earned and the bachelor’s thesis has been completed, usually after three years of study. It is recognised as equivalent to medical bachelor’s degrees with a similar number of credit points across the European Union and beyond.
This accreditation qualifies students to join the master’s degree programme at EDU College of Medicine (expected to launch in 2019). A master’s degree is required in order to obtain the qualification needed to be a medical doctor within the European Union.
Outside of a master’s degree, the EDU Bachelor of Medicine is both an academic degree and a professional qualification. The degree brings numerous, flexible career options in a related area of the healthcare system that does not include being a medical doctor.