Medical University of Gdansk





Founded in 1945, The Medical University of Gdansk is the largest medical academic institutions in northern Poland. It educates more than 5000 undergraduate and postgraduate students in four [of whom nearly 650 are in English-taught programmes] are studying in four faculties: Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Pharmacy, and the Intercollegiate Faculty of Biotechnology of the University of Gdansk and the Medical University of Gdansk.

Aside from fulfilling its teaching and research roles, the Medical University is the founding body of four health care institutes, including two clinical hospitals: the Academic Clinical Center ヨ the MUG Hospital and the Academic Maritime and Tropical Medicine Center. Their key significance for the health care system is reflected by the number of hospitalized patients (almost 60,000), outpatient visits (over 250,000), surgery procedures (over 21,000, including about 1,500 open-heart surgeries) and laboratory tests (over 2 million a year).

Courses offered through English


Halls of Residence are about €120 - €240 per month