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[GUIDE] REGISTERING FOR THE IMAT AS A NON-EU  

Serra
(@serra)
Eminent Member Team Member Medical Student

REGISTERING AS A NON-EU STUDENT

NON-EU: IMAT GUIDE

Hey guys, I have written a clearer and updated version of this post here if you want to go check it out 🙂

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Topic starter Posted : 16/07/2020 11:16 pm
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javad
(@javad)
New Member IMAT
Do we have to submit the IELTS degree to the university after passing the IMAT exam?
I do not have an IELTS degree!
Because I am Iranian and our language is Persian.
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Posted : 27/10/2020 4:33 pm
Ari Horesh
(@ari)
Noble Member Community Founder Medical Student

@javad

It depends on the university. Some universities require it to get a DoV. 

Ari.

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Posted : 28/10/2020 5:15 pm
Askar
(@yerzhanuly)
Active Member IMAT

Hey @serra

thank you for your post, it is very informative and helpful ❤️ 

however, I still have a question if you don’t mind

So...when the student will start studying, I mean when the 1st semester starts? If the results are after October, does it mean that students have to wait until September next year?

 

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Posted : 30/10/2020 7:12 am
Serra
(@serra)
Eminent Member Team Member Medical Student

@yerzhanuly it depends on the university, but it's usually early late October 2-3 weeks after the results are announced

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Topic starter Posted : 30/10/2020 2:17 pm
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Askar
(@yerzhanuly)
Active Member IMAT

Thank you for your help! Now I understand it

Anyway, I remember you mentioned that the last EU-student who was accepted got his/her offer in March 2017. How is it possible and when he/she started the 1st semester? 😀 

P.S. sorry if it’s a bit off-topic, and not related to non-EU. I just find it very interesting)

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Posted : 30/10/2020 6:09 pm
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