Pomeranian Medical University





The Pomeranian Medical University was founded in 1948. The university has three faculties: Medicine, Dentistry and nursing.

At present the University has more than 1,370 beds in both State Clinical Hospitals and almost 400 beds in other hospitals in Szczecin. Altogether, there are approximately 1,780 beds in the clinical departments and the number of patients treated yearly exceeds 32,000. Clinical departments of the University, besides offering sophisticated health care services for the Western Pomerania region, also provide basic medical care due to the fact that Szczecin does not possess a municipal hospital. Furthermore, the outpatient departments are an important element of the treatment and services base of the region, acting chiefly as specialised consultancy centres with a yearly number of visits exceeding 160,000.

Courses offered through English


Halls of Residence are up to about €200 per month