Study Medicine in Spain


We have partnered with one of the most prestigious universities in Spain: CEU Cardenal Herrera University.

The Medicine Degree offers a holistic education laden with ethical values. Each student gains new attitudes, knowledge and confidence to excel in their medical vocation. CEU is committed to academic and professional excellence and the integral formation of their students.

Each student benefits from the variety of Medical Placements with the guaranteed assistance of an Active Tutor, specifically designed to ensure personalised attention during clinical practice. In this way, the teaching and learning goes beyond the lecture theatre.

Standards and Facilities

CEU provides state of the art facilities comparable to those in the UK and the US.

International Recognition of Qualifications

The Medicine Degree in CEU is approved by the GMC so students can practice as doctors in the UK and in any other European country.

Practical Experience and Complementary Training

A wide range of Clinical Experience is offered to prepare the student for his or her future as a doctor. Other complementary training includes seminars, courses, meetings and conferences, always with the collaboration of eminent international professionals.
The professors know that their work is not only to teach but to ensure that each student learns and intellectually matures.

Medical Equipments & Laboratories

CEU is equipped with dissection and anatomy rooms, laboratories, microscopy, advanced simulation, IT and study suites as well as multimedia rooms.

Programme Overview

Official Degree: Degree in Medicine, automatically recognised in all EU countries
Location: CEU Cardenal Herrera University in Valencia
Duration: 6 years
Tuition Fees: €21,000 per annum
Language: Taught in English till the third year, then taught in Spanish
Required Grades: AAB (A-Levels) / 26 points (IB) / 70% (other educational systems). 2 sciences subjects
Entrance Exam: BMAT (10th February 2018) 

• Anatomy
• Biochemistry
• Biology
• Introduction to Medicine and Research Methodology I
• Physiology
• Anthropology
• Anatomy: Locomotor and Nervous Systems
• Physiology: Locomotor and Nervous Systems
• Clinical Biochemistry.

• Anatomy: Blood and the Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems
• Physiology: Blood, Immunity, the Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems
• Psychology
• Biophysics and Physical Fundamentals of Appearance
• Social Doctrines of the Church
• Genetics
• Anatomy: the Renal, Reproductive, Digestive, Endocrine and Metabolic Systems
• Physiology: the Renal, Reproductive, Digestive, Endocrine and Metabolic Systems
• Bioethics
• Research Methodology and Practice II

• General Pathology
• Pharmacology
• Pathology of the Anatomy
• Microbiology and Immunology
• Pathology of the Nervous System
• Pathology of the Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems
• PDT of the Cardiovascular, Respiratory and Nervous Systems

• Mental Health
• Pathology of the Digestive System
• Pathology: Haematology and Oncology
• Pathology of the Musculoskeletal System
• Internal Medicine I: Rheumatology, Multisystem Illnesses and Immunology
• Pathology of the Skin and the Sense Organs
• PDT Psychiatry, Digestive, Haematology, Oncology, Internal Medicine, Musculoskeletal System, Skin and Sense Organs
• Medical Deontology and Legal and Forensic Medicine

• Obstetrics and Gynaecology
• Paediatrics
• Pathology: Endocrinology
• Pathology: Nephrology
• Internal Medicine II: Infectious Illnesses
• Medicine and Public Health
• Optional Units
• PDT for Nephrology, the Reproductive System, Paediatrics, Endocrinology and Infectious Illnesses

• Dissertation
• Supervised Work Placement