India

Students from India

Study Medicine in the heart of Europe – contact us as india@medicalpoland.ie

Polish medical universities are welcoming Indian students. Check the special offer we have dedicated to Indian prospect doctors and let Medical Poland support you on you way to become one:

 

NO NEET

The requirements vary from programme to programme and from university to university. But what is common for polish MD programmes, is that the NEET-UG is not required.

 

ELIGIBILITY DECLARATION

While applying to Polish universities, Indian students are required to provide the Eligibility declaration along with their diplomas. This is a document 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

VISA

Medical Poland offers support while obtaining your visa. Our experience will make the whole process easy and clear.

 

HOW TO GET TO POLAND

It only takes about 8 hours to get from India to Poland by plane. Transportation around the country is easy and comfortable when travelling by trains. Medical Poland is there to advise you on the best travelling option at all times.

 

RECOMMENDED UNIVERSITIES:

→ 6 YEAR MD 

 

Medical University of Bialystok

One of the best Polish medical universities is welcoming international students for its 6-year MD programme. Listen to Heelay, Amin andHossein to learn their perspective.

 

Admission requirements:

 

• 2 out 4: Biology/Chemistry/Physics/Mathematics on applicant's final exam 

• Eligibility declaration

•  Application form

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

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

 

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

 

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:

 

• Advises on best options

• Helps to obtain VISA 

• Guides through application

• Prepares for interview

• Helps secure the place 

• Runs university tours and helps with travelling to Poland organization

• Supports on the ground in Poland (cultural & language support, apartment search etc.)

• Helps organize summer placements in Poland

• Provides other support

 

PRE-COURSE

The obligatory pre-course for freshmen was created in order to make sure all the students begin their studies at the same level. 16 hours of Biology, 32 hours of Chemistry and 30 hours of Physics classes programme was specialy designed to make first-year students feel comfortable and self-confident when the studies begin. Basic Polish lessons are part of the programme as well. The course takes place just before the academic year starts (the exact date for 2018/19 academic year to be announced)

 

LIVING COST

 

In Poland, the cost of living is considerably lower than in England.

 

In recommended city of Bialystok following expences must be taken under consideration:

 

120-200 EURO for a place in the dorms, depending on the room's standard

250 EURO for food, transportation, books – comfortable living.

 

Comparing prices to those in the UK:

 

PRODUCT

Ireland

POLAND

Water, 0.33l
bottle

1€

0.25€

Loaf of Fresh White Bread

0.94€

£0,45€

Rice (white), (1kg)

1,22

44€

Cappuccino (regular)

2.30€

1.50€

Beer

3.50 £

1€

 

Contact us at india@medicalpoland.ie

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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