A Doctor of Medicine is a highly advanced degree that requires about six years of work. Many M.D. programs require a combination of classwork, research papers, and hands-on clinical practice to certify students as medical doctors.
Poland, officially the Republic of Poland, is a country in Central Europe. With a population of 38 million people, Poland is the 6th most populous country in the EU. EU/EEA students do not need a visa to study in Poland. The cost of living in Poland is among the lowest in the European Union.
Warsaw the capital and the largest city of Poland is believed to be a major tourist attraction, economic hub and educational center. The city is loaded with natural beauty and is an ideal educational hub for nature lovers. It also has institutions that offer degrees in varied areas of higher education.
The Medical University of Warsaw offers a 5-year Dental Program to High School graduates. The program adapted to the EU standards provides more than 5000 hours of instruc
Includes 2 pre-clinical years (lectures, seminars) and 3 clinical years (practical classes)
Adapted to EU standards (over 5000 hours of instruction and 300 ECTS)
The program runs for 10 semesters (150 weeks)
Students are required to undertake practical training (locally or abroad) every summer for 4 weeks upon completion of each year of study
The Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry of the Medical University of Warsaw maintains its position as the best place to study dentistry in Poland. The English Dentistry Division opened in the academic year 2012/2013. The first graduates of the dentistry program in English obtained their DMD in 2018. As of 2019/2020, students will be taught and trained with world-class equipment in the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry’s new modern University Dentistry Center located on Medical University of Warsaw’s main campus....
The Division offers a medical program for high school graduates and for college/university graduates. At the end of the program, the graduates are awarded the MD degree a
The program includes 3 pre-clinical years (lectures and seminars) and 3 clinical years (clinical classes in hospitals with patients, Medical Simulation Centre, and internships).
Student clinical training at 6 University clinical hospitals and affiliated ones across Warsaw.
Over 900 graduates since 1993.
Teaching that goes beyond standard requirements (more than 5700 hours and 36 ECTS per year).
Students complete a Register of Student Skills essential for medical practice.
The English Division of the Second Faculty of Medicine was established in 1993 at the Medical University of Warsaw for students interested in studying medicine in English.
The Division offers a medical program for high school graduates and for college/university graduates. At the end of the program, the graduates are awarded the MD degree and receive a medical diploma recognized in the European Union, USA, Canada and most other countries of the world (for precise information on diploma recognition in particular countries, consult appropriate legal acts)....