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Poland

Health Sciences

Medicine

Doctor of Medicine

6 years

€10,000 pa

Programme profile


Bialystok offers a classical medical training for international students seeking to build careers in the profession in the EU and further afield.

Clinical training takes place in The Teaching Hospital of the Medical Academy of Bialystok, a teaching and research center for the university departments. In addition, it offers a wide variety of health services, ranging from simple procedures to highly specialized ones. The Children's Teaching Hospital is the second biggest hospital in the city: an excellent teaching base for medical students. About 10 000 sick children are hospitalized here yearly. Another 120 000 are given consultations in out-patient departments.

(Note: Fee for Year 1 is Eur 11,000)

Programme content


Year 1: Anatomy; Biophysics; Medical Biology; Chemistry; Histology, Cytophysiology and Embryology; First Aid and nursing; Medical Polish; Physical Education; Information technology: Occupational, safety and health; nursing hospital practice (4 weeks)

Year 2: Biochemistry; Physiology; Histology, Embryology and Cytophysiology; Medical Statistics; Hygiene and Epidemiology; Medical Sociology; History of Medicine; Medical Psychology; Medical Polish; Physical Education; Family medicine practice (summer: 4 weeks)

Year 3: Pathomorphology; Pathophysiology; Microbiology; Immunology; Pharmacology; Introduction to Internal Medicine; Introduction to Pediatrics; Molecular Medicine; Introduction to Oncology; Disaster Medicine; Internal Medicine practice (4 weeks)

Year 4: Pathomorphology; Pharmacology; Toxicology; Internal Medicine; Pediatrics; Surgery; Dermatology and Venerology; neurology; Clinical Radiology; Laboratory Medicine; Introduction to Dentistry; Emergency Medicine; Clinical Genetics; Elective Modules; Emergency Medicine practice (2 weeks); Surgery practice (2 weeks)

Year 5: Internal Medicine; Pediatrics; Pediatric Surgery; Surgery; Gynecology and Obstetrics; Clinical Genetics; Infectious Diseases; Otolaryngology: Ophthalmology; Clinical Pharmacology; Radiology; nuclear Medicine; Elective Modules; Gynecology and Obstetrics practice (2 weeks); Pediatrics practice (2 weeks)

Year 6: Family Medicine; Pediatric orthopedics; Pediatrics; Rehabilitation; Orthopedics and Traumatology; Anesthesiology and Intensive Care; neurosurgery; Urology; Cardiosurgery; Surgery; Gynecology and Obstetrics; Oncology; Psychiatry; Public Health; Law and Forensic Medicine; Medical Ethics; Gerontology; Elective Modules

Progression


Recognised by General Medical Council & Irish Medical Council

Entry Requirements


3 A-levels. iSubjects to include two from Chemistry, Biology, Maths or Physics)

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at H5. LC to include two subjects from Chemistry, Biology, Maths or Physics.

Yes: oral test at interview

Yes

No

01 January

24 July