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Master's in Medicine

6 years

€15000 pa

Programme profile

Medical studies take six years (ten semesters + 1 year internship). For foreign students the language of instruction is English. However, foreign students are required to learn Hungarian in order to be able to communicate with patients from the third year on.

During the first two years the curriculum focuses on theoretical aspects of medicine that lay the foundation for subsequent medical subjects. In the 3rd year, disciplines exploring the theoretical foundations of diseases, as well as the preliminaries of internal medicine and surgery are taught. In the 4th and 5th years training in pharmacology begins and the study of clinical subjects continues.

Each final exam is preceded by a two or three month internship period. Students in the final year are required to submit a thesis. The last academic year is concluded with a comprehensive final state examination in which the future medical doctors must demonstrate their competence in the most important practical and theoretical aspects of general medicine. Students having passed all examinations and having successfully defended their theses are granted an M.D. degree.

Fee above is conversion of fee of $16900 to Euro as of 01.06.19

Programme content

Years 1 and 2: Biophysics; Medical Chemistry ;First Aid; Medical Psychology; Hungarian Language :Anatomy, Histology & Embryology; Molecular Biology; Cell Biology; Biochemistry; Physiology; Neurobiology

Year 3: Pathology; Immunology; Clinical Biochemistry; Microbiology; Introduction to Internal Medicine; Basic Surgical Techniques; Medical Psychology; Basic Oncology; Medical Hungarian Language; Internal Medicine (Immunology, Rheumatology); Introduction to Surgery; Clinical Physiology;

Year 4 and 5: Pharmacology; Internal Medicine (Cardiology); Preventive Medicine; Orthopaedics; Radiology; Obstetrics and Gynaecology; Traumatology; Bioethics; Stomatology ; Clinical Genetics; Internal Medicine (Endocrinology, Nephrology); Urology; Pulmonology; Radiology and nuclear Medicine; Internal Medicine (Gastroenterology, Metabolism); Dermatology; Oxyology; Paediatrics; neurology; Psychiatry; Forensic Medicine; Family Medicine; Otolaryngology; Ophthalmology ; Intensive Anaesthesiology; Infectology; Clinical Oncology

Year 6: students take their final examinations in internal medicine, surgery, gynecology, neurology, psychiatry and paediatrics and do the following rotations: Internal Medicine [10 weeks]; Paediatrics [7 weeks]; Surgery [5 weeks]; Obstetrics and Gynaecology [5 weeks]; neurology [4 weeks]; Psychiatry [4 weeks]


Recognised by General Medical Council & Irish Medical Council

Entry Requirements

3 A-levels & 3 GCSEs. Subjects to Biology AND Physics OR Chemistry

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at H5. Subjects to Biology AND Physics OR Chemistry




01 January

31 May