I am a US citizen thinking about med school in France, Germany, and South Africa. Fluent in French and nearly fluent in German. I am not particularly concerned with coming back to the States to practice, but would like to later work with organizations like MSF and the WHO with refugee health and treatment/research of infectious diseases. *Some questions on the med schools in the above 3 countries: 1) Chances of admission for US citizen? 2) Is MCAT or similar test required? 3) Length of course? 4) Having done all the US med-school prereqs, would I be exempt from anything? Also, would exemptions shorten my med course or just make each term's workload easier? 5) Tuition for US citizen? 6) Ease/cost of doing clinical rotations in the US or other countries (ex: France if I am in a German med school -- as the German clinical training is weaker)? 7) Pardon my ignorance, but is med school in S.Africa taught in English or Afrikaans? Any other comments or advice would be helpful as well. Thank you!