Poznan UniversityPoznań University of Medical Sciences was founded in 1919 as part of Poznań University. In 1951 it was reformed into the current, independent academic institution.
Gdansk UniversityThe Medical University of Gdańsk was established in October 1945. It is the largest medical school in northern Poland and one of the leading medical schools in Poland.
Study Medicine in Poland
Today, there are 18 traditional universities that operate in Poland, along with 20 technological institutions, 9 independent medical faculties and 5 economic universities. The Medical University of Gdańsk & Poznań University of Medical Sciences offer international students the opportunity to study medicine in Poland in English.
Why study medicine in Poland?
Studying medicine in Poland will earn you a degree which is in compliance with the Polish and EU standards of teaching, the US Department of Education (Stafford Loan Program) and the Medical Board in the USA. Graduates from the English medical program in Poland are eligible to apply for residency and post graduate training programs at the universities. Graduates of the English medical program can also apply for teaching rolls at hospitals in various countries that include the USA, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Nigeria, Israel, England, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, and Poland.
English medical degree courses
Did you know that almost a dozen universities in Poland offer undergraduate medical degree programs – all taught by internationally renowned doctors for a fraction of the tuition charged by medical schools in the United States or the United Kingdom?
Students in Poland can also opt to learn a new language, experience a new culture and traditions, and have access to other European countries. Programs also meet requirements formally established by the Bologna Process to ensure that Polish university programs comply with EU guidelines for higher education, as well as the U.S. Department of Education and other governing bodies of higher education.
Graduates may also be eligible to apply for postgraduate and/or residency programs at teaching hospitals in the United States, Canada, England, Ireland, Australia and other locations worldwide.
How much does it cost to study medicine in Poland?
Students can live comfortably in Poland for about 2000 Polish Zlotys per month (approximately $600 U.S.).
Undergraduate Admission requirements for medical school
Applicants submit an online application, a non-refundable interview fee, transcripts from prior educational institutions, letters of recommendation and health information, such as immunization records. Some universities also require an in-person interview at an international location in the U.S., Canada or the U.K. or a video interview via Skype.
Most application deadlines end in late May, with interviews and/or entrance exams beginning in July.
Tuition for English language medical programs in Poland is approximately $20,000 per year.