Study Medicine in Poland - Białystok

Meet us: 

 

12/13/14 September, The Irish Times, Higher Options, RDS, Dublin stand no 219

 

CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION AT support@medicalpoland.ie

 

WELCOME TO MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF BIALYSTOK

 

Medical University of Białystok is prestigious, fast developing and students friendly – public higher education school, which provides versatile development, possibility to create independent thinking and learning as well as wonderful perspectives on the job market. A perfect place for those who seek where to study medicine through English, to study medicine in Europe.

The advantage of applying with Medical Poland Admission Office is constant support from the application to graduation.   

For more information please contact:
support@medicalpoland.ie

 

REQUIREMENTS AND DOCUMENTS

 

1. Biology/Chemistry/Physics/Mathematics (min. 2 subjects) on applicant's final exam (e.g. Leaving Cert/A-Levels*)

*or mocks results/letter from school/teacher with applicant's predicted grades in those subjects if one applies before they have sat the final high school exam

2. Eligibility declaration -if applicable **

3. Application form

4. Personal Statement (1-page long, explaining applicant's motivation to study Medicine)

Please send the documents listed along with the scan of confirmation of application fee payment to: support@medicalpoland.ie 

 

5. Interview (in Bialystok/via Skype – checking general motivation&attitude, 2-3 questions on Biology)

 

It is not required to sit or pass HPAT exams to study medicine in Poland.

** A declaration clearly stating that the subjected certificate (School Leaving Certificate/High School Diploma) entitles the holder to apply for admission to the university or any other higher education institution which grants academic degrees in the country within which the certificate was issued

UNIVERSITY AND PROGRAMME

 

 

Listen to Heelay, Amin and Hossein to learn their perspective:

 

 

•  University listed with WHO (World Health Organization)

•  In 2017 LEK session (Medical Final Exam) Medical University of Białystok was ranked first among all Polish Universities (with the average score of 138,96)

•  Among all 785 academic teachers, there are 129 professors and 141 habilitated doctors. This ratio is one of the highest among all Polish universities

•  There are nearly 5,000 students at 14 courses of study, and over 300 of them study medicine through English

•  Medicine English Programme from 2004

•  All the facilities within the walking distance

 

PROGRAMME SYLLABI

 

FEES

Applying to Medical University of Bialystok and studying medicine in Poland:

1. Application Fee – 190 EUR - guarantees Medical Poland's support throughout the admission process and whole time of study*
2. Admission University Fee – 500 EUR
3. Pre-course Fee – 450 EUR (obligatory, 1st year only)
3. Tuition fee 1st year- approx. 10 250 EUR/year
4. Tution fee years 2-6 – approx. 9 750 EUR/year

 

*The application fee guarantees that Medical Poland Admission Office:

• Advises on best options
• Guides through application
• Prepares for interviews
• Helps to secure the place from March
• Runs university tours
• Supports on the ground in Poland (cultural & language support, apartment search etc.)
• Helps to organize summer placement in Poland
• Provides other support

 

STUDENT LIFE

The international community of English-speaking students is very active:


•  They organize football tournaments, celebrate their national holidays and integrate very well into the local community.
•  English-speaking students participate in the annual all-Poland Anatomical Knowledge Competition called Golden Scapula and they achieve very good results (multiple individual and team winners, many second and third places and other awards).

•  New dormitory welcomes international students: single and double rooms, bathrooms, 2 kitchens on every floor, laundry room, gym available.

 

Watch the LipDub video prepared by the students:

 

 

 

ABOUT THE CITY

 

•  Inhabitants: 270 000
•  Airport: Olsztyn or Warsaw
•  2,5 hour by train from Warsaw
•  Famous for multiculturalism
•  Bialystok Is often called 'The green lungs of Poland'

Popular attractions:

•  Branicki Palace
•  Ludwik Zamenhof Centre
•  Planty Park
•  Museum of the History of Medicine and Pharmacy
•  Rynek Koscioszki

 

 

NEWS

Tips before going and advice for when you get here to study Veterinary.

So the day finally arrived! I was about to begin my journey towards the rest of my life, a journey of an Irish studying veterinary medicine abroad, in the heart of Europe! I was preparing for weeks for the move and was filled with both excitement and nerves. I had been researching more about the university and started brushing up on some topics the Medical Poland Admission Office had suggested I should revise. I had never lived or studied abroad before so was nervous about the change in culture and living away from my friends and family. I had been in contact with some veterinary students through the Facebook page about suggestions before moving and they answered any questions I had. I also would recommend downloading the Duolingo app to begin some basic Polish so you’re not completely lost when you get here! Its important to keep an eye on Instagram and Facebook for updates and discussions between students, Medical Poland and the university.

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