Medical University of Warsaw
The Medical University of Warsaw is one of the oldest medical schools in Poland. For over 200 years it has provided education and training in medicine and pharmacy at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The university's programs meet the highest international standards of university-level education and are based on the principles of good clinical and pharmaceutical practice.
The academic staff at the Medical University of Warsaw have gained national and international reputations for their contributions to the science and practice of medicine.
Many of them hold the prestigious posts of National Consultants in different specialties.
The Medical University of Warsaw provides specialist referral tertiary and general services and undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in its five affiliated teaching hospitals, which are also involved in scientific and clinical research and a number of clinical academic departments located in other hospitals in Warsaw.
The programmes satisfy the highest international standards of university-level education and are based on the principles of good clinical and pharmaceutical practice.
Degree courses in 14 areas of study and 1 specialty.
First-cycle undergraduate programmes:
- Dental Hygiene
- Dental Technology
- Diagnostic and Therapeutic Radiography
- Paramedic Science
- Public Health
Second-cycle degree programmes (post-diploma):
- Public Health
Full-time degree programmes:
- Medical Laboratory Science
The Medical University of Warsaw:
- has an international dimension based on its international educational standards and the exchange of scientific thought among higher education and research institutions,
- provides specialist referral, tertiary and general services as well as undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in its five affiliated teaching hospitals, which are also involved in scientific and clinical research,
- invests in the development of its research infrastructure and continues to expand its facilities. The latest projects include the Library and Information Centre, the Centre for Preclinical Research, the Pediatric Hospital and the Rehabilitation and Sports Centre, the most modern facility of its kind in Poland.
The Medical University of Warsaw is located in Warsaw, the capital of Poland.
Warsaw is the largest city in Poland with over 2,000,000 inhabitants. This region of Poland is called Mazovia.
Warsaw has 15 higher education state institutions and over 30 non-state ones enrolling altogether over 150,000 students.
The city and region is very rich in culture and arts; some well-known theaters and museums are right here in the capital. These include the biggest Opera house in Poland, named the Teatr Wielki Opera Narodowa, which was established at the end of the 18th century.
From Warsaw, many other cities in Poland may be reached by bus, train, or plane. There are also great travel connections with many countries in Europe, as well as flights to different continents.
The city has a large variety of restaurants which offer cuisines from all parts of the world. There are also many pubs, cafés and other hang-out spots.
Warsaw is very green. The city has 9 parks, and 15 wooded areas. The Lazienki Park is one of the most beautiful places to visit during the spring, thought there are many smaller parks situated around the city that provide an escape from the everyday hustle.
There are attractions for all seasons – recreational parks during the spring and summer, and ice-skating and skiing area for the winter.
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