Medical University of Łódź, Poland

Medical University Lodz

Degrees:

·         6-year medicine: in English 

·         4-year medicine advanced program: in English  

·         5-year dentistry: in English

·         8-month premedical preparatory course: in English

·         3-year nursing: in English

Tuition fees:

·         6-year medicine: 11200€ for the1st year, 11000€ / year for years from the 2nd to the 6th

·         4-year medicine advanced program: 13200€ for the 3rd year, 13000€ / year for years from the 4th to the 6th

·         5-year dentistry: 13200€ for the1st year, 13000€ / year for years from the 2nd to the 5th

·         3-year nursing: 5700€ for the1st year, 5500€ /year for the 2nd and 3rd year

Application procedure: The procedure is quite easy, with Skype interview instead of written entrance exam. This way you don’t have to travel to Poland just for one exam. All candidates are cordially welcome to start application procedure from February.

Step 1: Application process is being conducted online. Applicants must register online, accordingly to the instruction by filling in the Application Form. Applicants get the personal account in the on-line system. Their changing status is always confirmed by an e-mail.

Step 2: Applicants who successfully complete the admission process are accepted to the Medical University of Lodz when they meet the admission criteria, pass the Skype entrance exam and get the official Letter of Acceptance.

Skype entrance exam: All applicants should have extended level of knowledge in 2 of the following subjects: Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Mathematics. The grades required should be above the average. The above knowledge is to be verified during the Skype entrance exam. The Skype interviews will begin in April and will run until July-August for the new secondary school leavers. Examination content:

For 6-year MD and 5-year DMD Programs
General questions (motivation, potential for professional behavior, socio-medical subjects)
Questions verifying knowledge of 2 out of 4 subjects listed below:
Biology – 4 questions / Chemistry – 4 questions / Physics – 4 questions / Mathematics – 4 questions

For 4-year MD Advanced Program
General questions (motivation, potential for professional behavior, socio-medical subjects)
Questions verifying knowledge at the 1st year University level as below
Biology – 3 questions / Chemistry – 3 questions / Physics – 2 questions

For 3-year B.Sc. Nursing Program
General questions (motivation, potential for professional behavior, socio-medical subjects)
Questions verifying knowledge of 1 out of 4 subjects listed below:
Biology – 5 questions / Chemistry – 5 questions / Physics – 5 questions / Mathematics – 5 questions

 

The Medical University of Łódź (MUL) is the one of the largest public medical university in Poland. Its mission is focused on:

– educating students in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, nursing as well as in other medicine related disciplines
– educating research staff (PhD programs)
– conducting research and scientific activity
– developing postgraduate programs offer.

Medical teaching in English was initiated in 2003/2004. Presently over 770 foreign students from various countries attend 6-year MD, Advanced MD and 5-year DMD programs and over 450 have already graduated. Furthermore, international students may attend various PhD programs.

 

 

Why study at MUL:

·         The best medical education- MUL’s Faculty of Medicine represents the highest level of scientific research in Poland according to the Committee for Evaluation of Scientific Units (A+ category)

·         70 years of tradition in medical education

·         New way of studying - Medical Simulation Centre - the medicine of XXI century within arm’s reach

·         Multicultural environment- students from 62 different countries

·         Top quality of education in Europe, the most modern Dentistry Teaching Centre

·         Knowledge and practice at reasonable costs

·         Clinical training in 3 clinical hospitals

·         The most academic student-friendly environment in the heart of Poland

 

University of lodz

MUL in numbers:

·         1600 employees, including 180 professors, 180 associate professors, over 850 PhD academics

·         9 500 students

·         770 foreign students

·         3 teaching hospitals

·         80 clinics

·         25 departments

·         1558 beds

·         86 000 patients

·         45 962 square meters of didactic space

·         24 didactic buildings

·         4 dorms

·         1 152 places in the dormitories

Łódź is the third-largest city in Poland. Located in the central part of the country (approximately 135 kilometres south-west of Warsaw) it has a population of around 750.000. Łódź is a thriving center of academic life. Currently Łódź hosts three major state-owned universities, six higher education establishments operating for more than a half of the century, and a number of smaller schools of higher education.

Łódź is known for…

… numerous universities hosting students from all around the world. That is why it is called a ‘student-friendly city’

… world famous festivals: International Festival of Photography, Light Move Festival – Festival of Kinetic Art of Light, Lodz Design Festival

… being one of the greenest cities in Poland (over 40 parks and recreation grounds)

… Manufaktura – the biggest in Eastern Europe shopping & entertainment centre located in former factory complex

… Piotrkowska Street– the longest promenade in Poland

… and many more!