Medical Universities

CONTENT:
Medical University of Białystok
Nicolaus Copernicus University Ludwik Rydygier Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz
Medical University of Gdańsk
Medical University of Silesia in Katowice
Jagiellonian University medical College in Kraków
Medical University of Lublin
Medical University of Łódź
Poznań University of Medical Sciences
Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin
Medical University of Warsaw
Wrocław Medical University

Medical University of Białystok

PHONE +48 85 748 54 73
WEB www.umb.edu.pl
ADDRESS ul. Kilińskiego 1, 15-089 Białystok

Information in English:
The Faculty of Medicine – English Division
phone: +48 85 748 55 01
e-mail:  ed@umb.edu.pl
website: http://www.umb.edu.pl/en/wl/faculty-of-medicine-english-division

Fields of study:
cosmetology • dental techniques • dentistry • dietetics • electroradiology • emergency medical care • medical analytics • medicine • midwifery • nursing •  pharmacy • physiotherapy • public health • speech therapy with phonoaudiology

Studies in foreign languages:
medicine

The Medical University of Bialystok is a prestigious and dynamic higher school, distinct in its achievements and strengths. Every year, the University is classified high in national rankings. It has been training medical professionals for over sixty years. Currently, the total number of students is over 4800, including 248 instructed in English. The University offers two unique courses of study: Speech Therapy with Phonoaudiology, and Electroradiology (Master’s degree level ). One of the significant accomplishments in the past few years was the launching of a six-year medical programme in English at the Faculty of Medicine in 2004.  The academic year 2011/1012 will initiate training students from the USA, in accordance with American standards. The University has been continually investing in developing its teaching and research facilities. This year will witness the opening of two newly built establishments: the Euro-regional Pharmacy Centre and the Faculty of Health Sciences Building. It is expected that in the year 2015 expansion and modernization of the University Teaching Hospital, which constitutes the basic teaching base, will be concluded.The seat of the authorities of the Medical University of Bialystok is the 18thc. Branicki Palace, located in the city centre and surrounded by the University’s teaching departments, two teaching hospitals, dormitories  and sports facilities, all within walking distance.

Nicolaus Copernicus University Ludwik Rydygier Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz

PHONE +48 52 585 33 87
WEB www.amb.bydgoszcz.pl
ADDRESS ul. Jagiellońska 13-15, 85-067 Bydgoszcz

Information in English:
Admissions and Students Affairs Office
phone: +48 56 611 49 49
e-mail: dzstud@umk.pl

Fields of study:
biotechnology • cosmetology • dietetics • emergency medical care • medical analytics • medicine • midwifery • nursing • pharmacy • physiotherapy • public health

Studies in foreign languages:
medicine 

On 24 November 2004 the Ludwik Rydygier Medical University in Bydgoszcz was incorporated into the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń as the Ludwik Rydygier Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz. Currently, Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz provides students with education in the Polish language in three faculties: Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Pharmacy and Faculty of Health Sciences and at the I, II and III degree levels. Education can be pursued in 11 fields of study and a few specializations within these fields. Dr Antoni Jurasz University Hospital in Bydgoszcz and Dr Jan Biziel University Hospital No.2 in Bydgoszcz function at Collegium Medicum as the base for educating, carrying out scientific research and providing highly specialized diagnostic, medical and rehabilitation services. Each year didactic and research possibilities of Collegium Medicum are expanding.

Medical University of Gdańsk

PHONE +48 58 349 22 22
WEB www.gumed.edu.pl
ADDRESS ul. M. Skłodowskiej-Curie 3a, 80-210 Gdańsk

Information in English:
Admission Office
phone/fax: + 48 58 349 13 90
e-mail: admission@gumed.edu.pl
website: www.admission.mug.edu.pl

Fields of study:
biotechnology • dental techniques • dentistry • dietetics • electroradiology • emergency medical care • environmental health • logopaedics • mechanical engineering • medical analytics • medicine • midwifery • nursing • pharmacy • physiotherapy • public health 

Studies in foreign languages:
medicine • pharmacy

The Medical University of Gdańsk provides education to over 6000 students, PhD and postgraduate students. International students constitute of 10% of MUG students and represent more than half of all international students studying in Gdańsk. The University conducts classes in English for students of two degree programs: Medicine Doctor and Master of Pharmacy.

Students have access to a conveniently situated student residential campus, a modern library and a student club “Medyk”.

The University is intensively conducting scientific research which is reflected by its high position in the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education ranking and by many awards for its staff. Faculty of Pharmacy with Subfaculty of Laboratory Medicine has been recently recognized by the Polish government as a National Leading Scientific Centre (KNOW).

The Medical University of Gdańsk is constantly modernizing its didactic and clinical infrastructure. The construction of the Invasive Medicine Centre, financed by the national budget for 480mln PLN, was finished in 2011. It has been the first investment of this type in the Pomeranian region for 30 years. The new hospital comprises several parts housing 12 surgical departments, with bed space for 311 patients. The Invasive Medicine Centre’s didactic part includes an auditorium with 288 seats and several seminar halls. Whereas its roof has a helicopter landing pad connected directly to the Emergency Department.

The Medical University of Gdańsk carries out active international exchange within “Lifelong Learning Programme”, takes part in Baltic Sea Region University Network (BSRUN) and ScanBalt.

The Medical University of Gdańsk provides health care to the inhabitants of the Pomeranian Region and the neighbouring regions, as well as actively supports public health projects. The University organizes Medical Education Day and Picnic for Health, the events which serve to increase pro-health awareness in our region.

Since 2009, the University has been a member of “Study in Pomorskie”, a programme which promotes our region’s universities abroad.

Medical University of Silesia in Katowice

PHONE +48 32 208 35 07
WEB www.slam.katowice.pl
ADDRESS ul. Warszawska 14, 40-006 Katowice

Information in English:
Dean`s Office
phone: +48 32 208 86 89
fax: +48 32 252 80 10
e-mail: smk@sum.edu.pl
website: www.smk.sum.edu.pl

Fields of study:
biotechnology • cosmetology • dentistry • dietetics • emergency medical care • medical analytics • medicine • midwifery • nursing • pharmacy • physiotherapy • public health

Studies in foreign languages:
medicine

The Medical University of Silesia consists of five schools: School of Medicine in Katowice (the one that offers education in English language), School of Medicine with the Division of Dentistry in Zabrze, School of Health Care, School of Public Health, and School of Pharmacy with Division of Medical Analytics in Sosnowiec. The university is governed by the Rector who together with his Deputies and Administration Director constitutes the Rector`s Council.
The Medical University of Silesia is the largest medical school in Poland. Currently, the total number of students of the Medical University of Silesia is 6,402.
School of Medicine in Katowice employs 716 staff members, including 500 academic teachers (36 Professors, 34 PhDs with habilitation , i.e. post-doctorate degree holders, 312 PhDs, 95 physicians, and 23 faculty members with a master’s degree) . The School operates through its 11 Departments of Basic Sciences and 37 Departments of Clinical Sciences, which include 41 clinics and 19 institutes. To the School also belong the Foreign Languages Department and the Physical Education Department.

Jagiellonian University Medical College in Kraków

PHONE +48 12 422 04 11
WEB www.cm-uj.krakow.pl
ADDRESS ul. św. Anny 12, 31-008 Kraków

Information in English:
School of Medicine in English
phone:+ 48 12 422 80 42
fax: + 48 12 421 28 69
e-mail: swmoffice@cm-uj.krakow.pl
website: cm-uj.krakow.pl/medschool

Fields of study:
dentistry • dietetics • emergency medical care • medical analytics • medicine • midwifery • nursing • pharmacy • physiotherapy • public health

Studies in foreign languages:
medicine

The School of Medicine in English is a structural unit of the Faculty of Medicine. Its first students were admit¬ted in October 1994. During the 2008/2009 academic year, over 480 students from five continents and twenty countries were enrolled in the School, with the majority com¬ing from Norway, the USA, and Canada.
The School offers two programs of medicine, taught exclu¬sively in English. This first is a 4-year program for graduates of pre-medical college/university programs in the USA/Canada and the second is a 6-year program for gradu¬ates of secondary schools. Graduates of these programs are conferred a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree by the Jagiellonian University Faculty of Medicine. Academic staff include the most experienced scholars and lecturers at Jagiellonian University, as well as foreign academics from the USA, England, Germany, and other countries.
These English-language programs remain in compliance with Polish and EU standards of teaching, the US Department of Education (Stafford Loan Program), and Medical Board of California.

Medical University of Lublin

PHONE +48 81 532 00 61
WEB www.umlub.pl
ADDRESS al. Racławickie 1, 20-059 Lublin

Information in English:
phone/fax +48 81 528 88 18
email: meduniv.lublin@umlub.pl

Fields of study:
cosmetology • dentistry • dietetics • medical analytics • medicine • midwifery • nursing • paramedics • pharmacy • physiotherapy • public health

Studies in foreign languages:
medicine • dentistry

Medical University of Lublin was founded in 1944 after the end of World War II. Nowadays, its didactic and scientific structure is composed of four faculties: Medical Faculty I with Division of Dentistry, Medical Faculty II with English Division, Faculty of Pharmacy and Faculty of Nursing and Health Science. In Lublin there are three hospitals affiliated with the University and offering excellent training programs and facilities for students in almost every field of medicine. The University hospitals provide medical services for the city, the  province and the region. In academic year of 2010/2011 there are approximately 900 international students attending medical and dentistry faculties in American (mainly USA and Canada), European (mainly Scandinavian countries), Asian (mainly Taiwan) and Arabic (mainly Saudi Arabia) programs. Those students represent over 36 countries worldwide. We are proud to have the accreditations of New York and California States, we are also recognized by the Saudi Arabia government.

Medical University of Łódź

PHONE +48 42 639 39 76
WEB www.umed.lodz.pl
ADDRESS al. Kościuszki 4, 90-419 Łódź

Information in English:
phone: + 48 42 639 33 13, + 48 42 639 33 08, + 48 42 639 33 18
fax: + 48 42 639 33 09
e-mail: deans.office@umed.lodz.pl; admission@umed.lodz.pl
website: www.umed.pl/eng

Fields of study:
biotechnology • cosmetology • dental techniques • dentistry • dietetics • emergency medical care • medical analytics • medicine • midwifery • nursing • pharmacy • physiotherapy • public health • sociology

Studies in foreign languages:
medicine • dentistry • medical biotechnology

Medical University of Lodz was inaugurated on 1st October 2002, as a merger of two higher education institutions: the Medical Academy and the Military Medical Academy. Medical University, as one of the biggest state medical universities in Poland.
The concept of up-to-date and comprehensive professional training of medical manpower is being improved all the time. The process of education has been focused on preparing specialists for work in various communities and national health care systems. Our educational offer, gradually and consequently modified and widened, has been adjusted to requirements laid down in the resolutions of the European Union. Following Poland's entry into the European Union the University offers an automatic recognition of the degree for most of the faculties within the European Union.
Currently, over 8,500 Polish  students are receiving their education within medical and medicine-related areas at various faculties and nearly 400 foreign students from various countries attend medical and dental courses.

Poznań University of Medical Sciences

PHONE +48 61 854 60 00
WEB www.amp.edu.pl
ADDRESS ul. Fredry 10, 61-701 Poznań

Information in English:
phone: +48 61 854 60 00,  +48 61 854 71 42
fax. +48 61 852 04 55 , +48 61 847 74 89
email: info@ump.edu.pl/ pums@ump.edu.pl
www.pums.ump.edu.pl

Fields of study:
biotechnology • cosmetology • dental techniques • dentistry • dietetics • emergency medical care • medical analytics • medicine • midwifery • nursing •  pharmacy • physiotherapy • public health

Studies in foreign languages:
medicine • dentistry • pharmacy • physiotherapy

Poznan University of Medical Sciences (PUMS) is one of the best and largest medical universities in Poland with 90 years of academic experience and with great potential for development. Our University is a leading medical school in Poland. It is a major educational, research and clinical center. Clinical teaching and research are mainly based on cooperation with 6 clinical hospitals. Altogether, there are more than 8200 students studying currently at the University, among which there are 1008 students of the English Language Programs.
The University continuously seeks to develop learning process and teaching techniques. Therefore, it broadens the cooperation with foreign institutions and universities in terms of joint research, joint participation in international programs and research projects as well as in joint publications and scientific conferences, exchange of students and teachers. PUMS cooperates with many foreign institutions from the whole world.
Poznan University of Medical Sciences began the careful planning of an exciting new medical curriculum, a competency based curriculum. In this curriculum, students are given specific subject matter and clinical objectives and outcomes by the faculty. Consequently, expectations and evaluations for students both in the basic sciences and in the clinics are made very clear. In addition, students will be instructed in communication skills, professionalism, interpretation and use of the scientific literature, diagnostic and treatment skills, rapport building with patients, sensitivity to moral, ethical, cultural, and social issues and life-long learning skills. Students will also receive training in problem based learning through extensive use of clinical vignettes in their basic sciences. The implementation of this curriculum, to be put into place in the near future, will make our Medical School a unique institution for students looking for a strong academic program where academic and clinical expectations are clearly defined. Such a curriculum will greatly increase the value of the degree at PUMS and facilitate good residency placement.
The University is widely recognized around the world. English programs are accredited, among other institutions, by US Department of Education, Educational Commission on Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG), National Board of Medical Examiners, Medical Board of California, loan institutions in USA, Canada and Scandinavia.

Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin

PHONE +48 91 480 08 16
WEB www.pam.szczecin.pl
ADDRESS ul. Rybacka 1, 70-204 Szczecin

Information in English:
phone: +48 91 480 08 10
e-mail: ep@pum.edu.pl

Fields of study:
biotechnology • cosmetology • dentistry • dietetics • emergency medical care • medical analytics • medicine • midwifery • nursing • physiotherapy • public health

Studies in foreign languages:
medicine • dentistry

Pomeranian Medical University was founded in 1948. Viewed from its historical perspective, when compared with the multi-centennial tradition of other universities, a period of 60 years is short indeed. However, the Pomeranian Medical University due to its continuous development is well recognised both in Poland and in the world. Our University enters the international cooperation with foreign institutions, among them are: Ernst Moritz Arndt Universität, Greifswald, University in Rostock,  Uckermark Gmbh Clinic in Schwedt; Julius Maximilian-Universität Würzburg (Germany); University in Lund and in Goeteborg (Sweden); Pennsylvania University (USA); Nantes University in France; Degli Studi di Bari University in Italy; Hedmark University College in Elverum (Norway); Trakia University in Stara Zagora (Bulgaria); Universidad De Malaga in Spain. Aims of international cooperation are scientific researches and projects; students and staff exchange; scientific conferences; common publications and  periodicals. University’s main fields of scientific achievements which were patented:
- determining  a predispositions to cancer (NBS1;CHEK2);
- polymorphism in the human NBS1 gene useful in diagnostics of inherited predisposition to cancer;
- pharmaceutical compositions and methods for the prevention of breast and overian cancer;
- method for determining reduced  predisposition to cancer based on genetic profile.
Each of the University Departments have achievements to their credit.
Main Library of the University has permanent access to internet databases: MEDLINE, SCOPUS, Science Direct, Wiley InterScience, Journals@Oivid, DynaMed, ERIC, Science Direct; Cochrane Collection; ProQuest Science and Technology; ProQuest Medical Library. These factors contribute to a promising future of the University as well as of our students.
At present, the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin has almost 4064 students of medicine, dentistry and nursing. Among them there are 494 students of English Program of both faculties: medicine and dentistry. The Pomeranian Medical University has offered the English Program since 1996 on the Faculty of Medicine and on the Faculty of Dentistry since 2006.

Medical University of Warsaw

PHONE +48 22 572 09 98
WEB www.2wl.wum.edu.pl/en
ADDRESS ul. Żwirki i Wigury 61, 02-091 Warszawa

Information in English:
English Division
phone: +48 22 572 05 02
fax: +48 22 572 05 62
e-mail: english@wum.edu.pl

Fields of study:
audiophonology • dental hygiene • dental techniques • dentistry • dietetics • electroradiology • emergency medical care • medical analytics • medicine •  midwifery • nursing • pharmacy • physiotherapy • public health    

Studies in foreign languages:
medicine

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 programmes satisfy 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 University provides specialist referral tertiary, general services and teaching in its five affiliated hospitals: Public Central Teaching Hospital, The Infant Jesus Teaching Hospital – Emergency and Trauma Centre, Public Ophthalmic Teaching Hospital, Public Paediatric Teaching Hospital, Duchess Anna Mazowiecka Public Teaching Hospital and a number of clinical academic departments located in other hospitals in Warsaw.

Wrocław Medical University

PHONE +48 71 784 00 03
WEB www.am.wroc.pl
ADDRESS ul. Pasteura 1, 50-367 Wrocław

Fields of study:
dentistry • dietetics • emergency medical care • medical analytics • medicine •  midwifery • nursing • pharmacy • physiotherapy • public health

Studies in foreign languages:
medicine • dentistry

The Wrocław Medical University consists of 5 faculties: Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Public Health and Postgraduate Education. The total number of chairs and clinics is 107. Altogether, 891 academic professors and teachers work at the Medical University and about 3 500 students continue their studies.
Wrocław Medical University has 22 international agreements of co-operation signed with other universities abroad. There is a wide exchange of students and teaching staff within the framework of the Socrates/Erasmus programme of the European Union, especially with France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Spain, Netherlands and England.
At present Wrocław is an active centre of medical student education. The process of teaching is realised by a team of highly qualified specialists. The Medical University also performs a wide range of scientific activities and provides the whole region of Lower Silesia with highly specialised medical care.

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