Study in Poland

 

 

Medical Poland is application support service to medical universities abroad in the heart of Europe: Poland. We represent Polish public medical universities offering the opportunity to study Medicine (4 & 6-year MD), Dentistry, Physiotherapy, Pharmacy, Nursing and Veterinary through English e.g. in Bydgoszcz, Poznan, Wroclaw, Kielce and Katowice.

We provide comprehensive information on programmes in Poland, advice on choosing the programme right for you, assistance in organising university visits and support when you are living in Poland.

image

 

We have helped dozens of international students embark on their medical journey in Bydgoszcz, Poznan, Kielce and Wroclaw. We guide students through the application process and help them gain access to medical schools, prepare them for the interviews and support them in starting their medical career (both in Poland and home countries). We are unique, as our goal is to make sure that our students receive the best quality of education, support and feel comfortable in Poland.

Medical Poland Admission Office opens the admission process for 2020/2021
with an Open Day on Thursday, 24th October 2019 in Dublin (register 
here)

In the meantime, let us invite you to Poland and explore Poland.

 

Student's testimonial

 

Medicine - city: Bydgoszcz

Veterinary - city: Wroclaw

Dentistry, Physiotherapy, Pharmacy, Medicine (4 and 6 years) - city: Poznan

Medicine - city: Białystok

OTHER UNIVERSITIES

Wroclaw

Lodz

Szczecin

Gdansk

Krakow

Katowice

Lublin

Warsaw

 

• Applicants from India

NEWS

Before study really begins and after you’ve had some time to settle into your apartment or dorm, you
might find yourself asking “What can I do for a few hours around this new city?”. Of course, there are
loads of sights to see around Rynek etc.

_more

Blog

blog image

In order to ensure maximum convenience to users when using the website, this page uses cookie files. Detailed information is available in cookies Policy.. Click "I agree”, so that this information is no longer shown”.

I agree