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Health Sciences


Master's in Medicine

6 years

€10000 pa

Programme profile

Through this programme, students will become familiar with subjects, which are concerned with the recognition of causes and progression of illnesses, with their prevention, diagnosis, treatment and evaluation. The student will be capable after graduating of independent, expert specialisation and holistic intuitive observation of the human being and the problems associated with the processes of health and illness. In addition to the biomedical approach, each student should be enriched by a social view of the human being seen in the context of lifestyle, social status and personal adaptability.

The clinical disciplines are taught in the Faculty Hospital, a large teaching institution with 1396 beds. The equipment of the Hospital meets all contemporary standards required for a quality medical education.

Programme content

The first four semesters of the programem encompass mostly theoretical subjects (anatomy, biology, biochemistry, biophysics, histology, physiology). Preclinical subjects (pathology, microbiology, pharmacology) are taught in semesters 5-7.

Instruction in clinical subjects begins in the following semesters (internal medicine,surgery, pediatrics, obstetric and gynecology, neurology) together with subjects connected with public health care (social medicine, medical law).

The final year is devoted to bedside training in internal medicine, surgery, gynaecology and obstetrics.


Recognised by General Medical Council & Irish Medical Council

All graduates are entitled to particiapte in the US Medical Licensing Examination [USMLE]

Entry Requirements

3 A-levels [incBiology & Chemistry PLUS Physics OR Maths]

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at HC3. Subjects to include Biology & Chemistry PLUS Maths OR Physics.




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