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Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice Faculty of Medicine


Degrees: Medicine; Dentistry

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 10500€ - 11000€ per Year

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Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice Faculty of Medicine


Degrees: Medicine; Dentistry

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 10500€ - 11000€ per Year

Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice Faculty of Medicine, Slovakia

 

Faculty of Medicine Kosice

Degrees:

·         Medicine: in English (200 Places)

·         Dentistry: in English (20 Places)

Tuition fees:

·         Medicine: 6 years - 10500€ per year

·         Dentistry: 6 years - 11000€ per year

 

Application procedure: for the study programs with courses taught in English, in order to be admitted, the candidates have to take an entrance exam consisting in multiple choice questions from biology and chemistry. An entrance examination test consists of 100 questions in Biology and 100 questions in Chemistry. The applicants have 2 hours and 30 minutes to complete the test. We will provide you with learning materials for this purpose. The Dean of the Faculty decides about the acceptance of students based on the success of the entrance exam and number of applicants for the given study programme. Applicants, whose secondary education is not equivalent to the secondary education in the Slovak Republic are required to take one year preparation course in Biology, Chemistry, Biophysics, Slovak Language and English Language. Applicants who choose to study in English can only benefit from tuition fee places.

Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice is a university located in Košice, Slovakia. The university is named after Pavel Jozef Šafárik, a 19th-century Slovak philologist, poet, and historian. The Faculty of Medicine at Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice is an institution with over 65-year long history. Teaching of medical students began in September 1948, and since then it has educated over 12000 of them for their prospective profession. Since 1992, it enables international students to complete their medical studies in the English language - young people from 40 countries of the world avail themselves of this opportunity at present. The Faculty of Medicine at Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice is the oldest faculty of this University. It provides doctoral study in the study branches of General Medicine and Dental medicine, as well as Bachelor's and Magister's degree study programmes in Nursing, Physiotherapy, and Public Health. It also offers PhD study and post-graduate training of health professionals, including specialized education. In addition to its teaching activity, the Faculty is engaged in abundance of scientific and research activities in both national and international projects, using its unique laboratories and equipment funded by the European Structural Funds.

Košice is the biggest city in eastern Slovakia. It is situated on the river Hornád at the eastern reaches of the Slovak Ore Mountains. It lies in the eastern part of Slovakia, not far from the borders with Hungary (20 km), Ukraine (80 km) and Poland (90 km). With a population of approximately 240,000, Košice is the second largest city in Slovakia after the capital Bratislava. Being the economic and cultural center of eastern Slovakia, Košice is the seat of the Košice Region and Košice Self-governing Region, the Slovak Constitutional Court, three universities, various dioceses, and many museums, galleries, and theatres. Košice is an important industrial center of Slovakia. The city has a well-preserved historical center, which is the largest among Slovak towns. There are many heritage protected buildings in Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Art Nouveau styles with Slovakia's largest church: the St. Elisabeth Cathedral. The long main street, rimmed with aristocratic palaces, Catholic churches, and townsfolk's houses, is a thriving pedestrian zone with many boutiques, cafés, and restaurants. The average age of citizens is 35.13 years, which has led to Košice becoming known as the city of youth. The education system is significantly represented in the city, with over 45 basic schools, 10 grammar schools, 4 commercial academies, and 15 specialized secondary schools covering industrial technologies, agriculture, health care and the arts. There is also the Technical University with 8 faculties, P. J. Šafárik University with 4 faculties, the University of Economics and the University of Veterinary Medicine.

 
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Comenius University Faculty of Medicine in Bratislava


Degrees: Medicine, Dentistry

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 9500€ - 11000€ per Year

Comenius University Faculty of Medicine in Bratislava


Degrees: Medicine, Dentistry

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 9500€ - 11000€ per Year

Comenius University Faculty of Medicine in Bratislava, Slovakia

 

Comenius University Faculty of Medicine in Bratislava

Degrees:

·         Medicine: in English (200 Places)

·         Dentistry: in English (30 Places)

Tuition fees:

·         Medicine: 6 years - 9500€ per year

·         Dentistry: 6 years - 11000€ per year

 

Application procedure: for the study programs with courses taught in English, in order to be admitted, the candidates have to take an entrance exam consisting in multiple choice questions from biology and chemistry. The test is in the written form in English language and consists 100 questions from Biology and 100 questions from Chemistry. Duration of the Entrance Examination (test) is 3 hours. We will send you a book with 1000 questions and the correct answers to (500 questions on biology and 500 questions on Chemistry), so that you can prepare easily the entrance exam. Applicants who choose to study in English can only benefit from tuition fee places.

 Comenius University is the oldest and largest university in Slovakia. It was founded in 1919 and follows the university traditions of Academia Istropolitana, which was established in Bratislava in 1465. It is named after Jan Amos Comenius, a 17th-century Czech teacher and philosopher. Comenius University has more than 30,000 students and 2,000 faculty members. As are most universities in Slovakia, it is funded mostly by the government.

Comenius University Faculty of Medicine Bratislava founded in 1919 is one of the oldest and most prestigious faculties of the Comenius University. It was the first Faculty of Medicine in Slovakia and due to its tradition and high standard of study programmes it has attracted the brightest students from all regions of Slovakia and worldwide. Currently the school offers two main study programmes: General Medicine and Dentistry, both are 6 years’ programs- doctoral studies in Slovak or in English language. Traditionally the lecturing has been in Slovak, since 1993 both programmes are offered in English focused primarily on the international students. All programmes offered by Comenius University Faculty of Medicine are accredited by the Accreditation Committee of Ministry of Education of the Slovak Republic. Comenius University Faculty of Medicine ranks among the best national public institutions devoted to medical education and research. It is considered to be the opinion leader in preventive and treatment medical programmes that participate in many national and international research activities.

Bratislava is an exciting city with deep historical and cultural roots. Being situated on the Southwest of Slovakia, it lies on the left bank of the Danube river near the point where the borders of Slovakia, Austria, and Hungary meet. The area was settled as early as from the fifth millennium BC. More specific historical evidence, however, begins only in the fourth century BC, when a well-organized Celtic settlement with highly developed craft production arose here. The Roman conquest of the Danube Valley (Pannonia) by Druse and Tiberius signalled the end of Celtic culture and beginning of Romanization. In the course of the 10th and 11th centuries, the area became part of the rising Hungarian Kingdom spreading over the Carpathian Valley. In 1919, the city became one of the two main administrative and business centres of the newly formed Czechoslovakia. Since January 1st, 1993 it has been the capital of the newly formed Slovak Republic and the seat of the country’s central institutions.

Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, with its round half a million inhabitants is the largest city in the country. The city lies on both sides of the river Danube and it is an important industrial, cultural, educational and science center in the region. Bratislava is a European City offering a harmonious blend of modern life within the charming background of old-world architecture reflecting its rich history. The most important landmarks include the former Royal Seat at the Bratislava Castle and the gothic St. Martin’s Cathedral, the scene of 19 coronations including the crowning of Maria-Theresia, the Queen of Austria and Hungary. Many churches, narrow medieval lanes, Saint Michael’s Gate with the rest of the remains of the medieval town fortifications, Old Townhall and series of architecturally attractive palaces, sites and town houses of various styles, form the characteristic flavor of the city. Overall, Bratislava is a metropolitan city of European importance, offering a student all the comforts of a modern city at an affordable price.

 
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Comenius University Jessenius Faculty of Medicine in Martin


Degrees: Medicine

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 9900€ per Year

Comenius University Jessenius Faculty of Medicine in Martin


Degrees: Medicine

Study in: English

Tuition fees: 9900€ per Year

Comenius University Jessenius Faculty of Medicine in Martin, Slovakia

 

Jessenius Faculty of Medicine in Martin

Degrees:

·         Medicine: in English (140 Places)

Tuition fees:

·         Medicine: 6 years - 9900€ per year

 

 

Application procedure: for the study programs with courses taught in English, in order to be admitted, the candidates have to take an entrance exam consisting in multiple choice questions from biology and chemistry. We will provide you with learning materials for this purpose. Students who have completed secondary school education, have reached the age of 17 or more and possess adequate knowledge in Biology, Chemistry and English are eligible for the study at the Jessenius Faculty of Medicine as self-payers. Applicants who choose to study in English can only benefit from tuition fee places.

 Comenius University is the oldest and largest university in Slovakia. It was founded in 1919 and follows the university traditions of Academia Istropolitana, which was established in Bratislava in 1465. It is named after Jan Amos Comenius, a 17th-century Czech teacher and philosopher. Comenius University has more than 30,000 students and 2,000 faculty members. As are most universities in Slovakia, it is funded mostly by the government.

The Jessenius Faculty of Medicine is a co-educational medical school in Martin, Slovakia. It is the academic medical teaching and research arm of Comenius University. It is one of the thirteen faculties of the university, and is the only one of the faculties of the university that is not located in Bratislava. Jessenius has consistently been Slovakia's number one medical school according to the Slovak University Ranking and Rating Association and is one of the top medical schools in Central Europe. Its major teaching hospital, the Martin University Hospital, has constantly been ranked among the best hospitals in Slovakia. Along with its Slovak-taught programs, the school also offers English-language master's and PhD programs in general medicine, nursing, public health, and odontology.

Martin is a city in northern Slovakia, situated on the Turiec river, between the Malá Fatra and Veľká Fatra mountains, near the city of Žilina. The population numbers approximately 61,000, which makes it the eighth largest city in Slovakia. It is the centre of the Turiec region and the District of Martin. From the second half of the 10th century until 1918, it was part of the Kingdom of Hungary. The first recorded reference to Martin in written sources is dated to 1284 under the name of Vila Sancti Martini. The town became the foremost Slovak cultural centre in the 19th century. Several cultural institutions (including Slovak Matica and Slovak National Museum) were founded there. Most political activities leading to the Slovak national emancipation in the 19th and early 20th centuries were organized in or from Martin. The town was also industrialized at this time. The oldest building is a Romanesque church dedicated to Saint Martin of Tours (13th century). The Slovak National Museum placed its ethnographic collection in Martin. The Slovak Chamber Theatre in Martin was established in 1944 as the second professional theatre company in Slovakia. The theatre building is a landmark of the city centre. Martin is home to the Jessenius Faculty of Medicine which is one of three medical schools in Slovakia. Up to 500 Norwegian medical students are currently studying there.