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Hello!

I applied to Atlantic Bridge but have been looking up costs from Euro to CAN. If it's ok, I am genuinely curious how people payed these 80 000 dollar Canadian fees! Does the government offer great loans etc?

I also am curious of people that are in Ireland, how you honestly like it!

Thanks in  Advance!

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On 1/25/2019 at 12:16 PM, Tryingmybest317 said:

Hello!

I applied to Atlantic Bridge but have been looking up costs from Euro to CAN. If it's ok, I am genuinely curious how people payed these 80 000 dollar Canadian fees! Does the government offer great loans etc?

I also am curious of people that are in Ireland, how you honestly like it!

Thanks in  Advance!

Personal savings and family money/support mostly. Banks do offer lines of credit for international medical students but you will need a co-signer with good credit. You will probably be able to qualify for smaller provincial student loans too (e.g. if in Ontario; OSAP).  I think the cheaper Irish medical schools are Galway and Limerick. RCSI is the most costly if memory serves me right. Food for thought. It's not easy to come back.

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8 minutes ago, masterofnone said:

Is 80k the cost? Is tuition simply the international tuition on the individual university websites, or is there a different tuition through Atlantic bridge?

https://www.atlanticbridge.com/medicine/faq/.

RCSI is 56,500 Euros/year. In CAD that is almost 85k/year.  Limerick is maybe 20k cheaper.

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13 minutes ago, xiphoid said:

UC Cork is about 12k euros/year according to their website (https://www.ucc.ie/en/media/support/financeoffice/fees/COMHPGrads2019.2020V2.pdf). Just took a look at the Atlantic Bridge site and they list tuition as 43k/year. Not sure why the discrepancy...

Those are for postgraduate training! Here is for undergraduate in medicine https://www.ucc.ie/en/media/support/financeoffice/fees/UndergradFees201920V1.pdf

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