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Poland

Health Sciences

Medicine

Doctor of Medicine

6 years

€12900 pa

Programme profile


The programme in Medicine, taught through English, was established in 1993.

There are two programmes available: a 6-year programme for high school graduates and a 4-year programme for college/university graduates. At the end of each programme the graduates are awarded the MD degree and receive a medical diploma recognised in the European Union, USA, Canada and most other countries of the world .Having completed the basic science part of the study programme, the students are eligible to sit for the USMLE (United States Medical Licensing Examination) Step I and for the USMLE Step II on completion of the clinical part of the programme.

As far as the assessment of the students` achievements is concerned, the theoretical knowledge of students is checked in the form of tests during the modules or/and written/oral exams at the end of modules. The learning process of the students is supervised by the teaching staff during the whole modules. Practical/clinical skills are regularly evaluated during each module, and at the end of the module, in the form of assignments.

Basic science and pre-medical training is provided in the form of lectures, seminars and practical classes by more than 70 departments and clinics of the university or affiliated to the university. Clinical training facilities at affiliated hospitals are regularly evaluated in order to ensure the effectiveness and high quality of clinical training.

Programme content


Year 1: Anatomy; Histology with Embryology; Medical Chemistry; Sociology in Medicine; Medical Informatics; Polish Language; Latin Language; Sports Training

Year 2: Biochemistry; Biophysics; Medical Biology; Cytophysiology; Philosophy; Physiology; Immunology; First Aid; Polish Language

Year 3: Medical Lab; Pathomorphology; Internal Medicine; History of Medicine; Microbiology; Parasitology; Pediatrics; Medical Psychology

Year 4: Cardiology; Hematology; Pulmunology; Rheumatology; Surgery; Pediatrics; Dermatology with Venerology; Medical Ethics; Hygiene and epidemiology; Public Heath; Emergency Medicine; Otolaryngology; Child Psychiatry; Imaging Diagnostics; Pediatric Radiology; Nuclear Medicine

Year 5: Anesthesiology and Intensive care; Surgery; Pediatric surgery; Cardiology; Infectious Diseases; Neurology; Orthopedics; Traumatology; Neurosurgery; Gynaecology and Obstetrics; Gastroenterology; Pediatrics; Nephrology

Year 6: Medical Genetics; Clinical Pharmacology; Pediatrics; Surgery; Urology; Gynaecology & Obstetrics; Psychiatry; Otolaryngology; Ophthalmology; Clinical Immunology; Transplantology; Forensic Medicine; Oncology; Rehabilitation; Family Medicine

Progression


Recognised by General Medical Council & Irish Medical Council

Entry Requirements


3 A-levels.Subjects to include Biology, Chemistry & Physics OR Maths.

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

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at H5. Subjects to includeBiology, Chemistry & Physics OR Maths.

Yes: Competency Test or BMAT or IB Diploma

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