Education and training abroad


Regardless of the choice of profession in the current globalization and integration age it is important to be competitive and deep mastering the knowledge. Therefore, in recent years the number of people wishing to gain skills and education or to improve qualifications in leading foreign medical universities has increased.

However, in many occasions, young people face to difficulties to achieve their goals and they are less motivated.

On this page, we will gradually answer the emerging questions about continuing education and training abroad. So what kind of steps should be taken before applying to scholarship?

  • In the first place, a candidate must make clear his goal, that is to specify in what direction and in what country the training od educations is going to pass;
  • Revealing the requirements of the university, where he intends to pass an internship;
  • Financing source, since often a foreign university is not a grant holder;
  • Requirements of a funding source or a donor institution;


 What does donor institution mean?

Donor institutions is an organization which covers study related charges, for example, it could be foreign universities or other institutions that won an international educational grant (for instance Erasmus +).

Therefore, the legality of this institution is important. Since there are institutions that lure young people with other purposes under the coverage of grants.

Usually the donor institution or a foreign institution require following conditions for candidates:

  • Knowing the official language of certain country (language certificates);
  • Well written essay or motivation letter;
  • A detailed resume;
  • Necessary documents for enrolment to certain study program;

 What kind of scholarship grants exist?

  • Full scholarship-a full grant or scholarship, usually such grants cover all expenses abroad of the chosen candidate, including the purchase of air tickets;
  • Partial scholarship-usually grants of this type partially cover the candidate's expenses abroad;
  • Tuition fee scholarship - usually these grants pay only for the candidate's education at the University. The remaining expenses are usually borne by the candidate or other source;
  • Regardless of the grant or invitation letter from the University, the candidate, ie, a student or a scientific researcher must necessarily consult with their relatives and the department of international relations in their institution.

Before applying to any kind of scholarship program it is important to consults with family members and University teachers or international relations department, as we mentioned above, sometimes the young people looking for scholarships face to fraud.