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Poland

Health Sciences

Medicine

Doctor of Medicine

6 years

€13000 pa

Programme profile


The School of Medicine in English at the Medical Faculty of Jagiellonian University has been admitting students since 1994, withEnglish is an official teaching language. Classes are run in compliance with Polish, European and American standards. Annually 50-100 students are enrolled for on the programme. The groups are limited in number to give the students the opportunity to experience full professional care and close personal contact with teaching staff.

Graduates of the School of Medicine in English, most of whom come from Norway, annually take the top places in the exams which allow medical graduates to practise their profession.

The programme offers a unique undergraduate medical training to foreign students from professors and teaching staff with long-term training in the US and Canada.

Students have the opportunity in their final year of study to complete elective rotations at various universities in the United States, Canada and elsewhere

Note:  Fee in Year 1 is Eur 12,400

Programme content


Year 1: Human Anatomy; Histology and Cytophysiology; Embryology; Organic Chemistry; General Chemistry; Medical First Aid ; Humanities; Basics of Computer Sciences; Physical Education; Medical Polish

Year 2: Physiology; Biochemistry; Biophysics; Introduction to Clinical Sciences; Medical Sociology; General Psychology; Medical Ethics; Basics of Computer Sciences ; Medical Polish; Summer Clerkship

Year 3: Pathomorphology; Introduction to Internal Medicine and Physical Diagnostics; Introduction to Pediatrics; Pathophysiology; Pharmacology; General Microbiology; Epidemiology; General Immunology; Clinical Biochemistry; Clinical Psychology; History of Philosophy; Preclinical Genetics; Hygiene and Human Ecology; Laboratory Training of Clinical Skills; Summer Clerkship

Year 4: Internal Medicine; Introduction to Surgery; Pediatrics; Dermatology and Venerology; Pharmacology; Clinical Genetics; Emergency Medicine; Pathomorphology; Psychotherapy; Psychiatry; Clinical Biochemistry; Clinical and Environmental Toxicology; Nuclear Medicine; Propedeutics of Dentistry; Summer Clerkship

Year 5: Psychiatry; Infectious Diseases; Surgery; Orthopedics and Traumatology; Rehabilitation; Radiology; Neurology and Neurosurgery; Otorhinolaryngology; Internal Medicine; Pediatrics; Clinical Immunology; Gynecology/Obstetrics; Clinical Microbiology; Electives;Summer Clerkship (Pediatrics & Ob/Gyn)

Year 6: Surgery; Gynecology/Obstetrics; Clinical Oncology; Anesthesiology and Intensive Care; Forensic Medicine; Gerontology; Internal Medicine; Pediatrics; Occupational Medicine; Family Medicine; Ophthalmoloy; Public Health ; Electives

Progression


Recognised by General Medical Council & Irish Medical Council

Entry Requirements


3 A-levels inc Biology & Chemistry OR Physics

Scottish Students are required to have a SQC with 2 Advanced Highers and at least 4 Highers. Subjects to include Maths, Biology AND Chemistry OR Physics.

Leaving Certificate showing at least 6 subjects of which at least 2 are Higher Level subjects (at least Grade H4). Subjects to include Maths, Biology AND Chemistry OR Physics

Yes

No

Yes: Letter of Motivation

15 January

26 April