Study in Poland - Szczecin

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Welcome to Pomeranian Medical University

The Pomeranian Medical University (Pomorski Uniwersytet Medyczny) was established in Szczecin in 1948. Today the university organizes general medicine and dentistry programmes in English (since 1996), along with several other medical programmes in Polish.

Considering that the English Program students are from various corners of the world, studies at PMU not only offer excellent training for future doctors or dentists, but also a fantastic opportunity to live and work in a diverse environment where one can learn a new language, understand another culture or even observe different scientific approaches and techniques. Thinking about medical studies in Poland? Szczecin might be just the place for you.

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REQUIREMENTS AND DOCUMENTS

  1. Secondary School Diploma Contest: Biology/Chemistry/Physics/Mathematics (min. 2 subjects, 1 subject must be taught on an advanced level) on an applicant's final exam (e.g. Leaving Cert/A-Levels*); the university also accepts the BMAT results for those candidates whose High School Diploma does not cover the admission requirements
  2. Grading scale stamped and signed by your school or other authorised body
  3. Personal statement, 1-page long, mentioning your motivation to study Medicine or Dentistry and to study in Poland
  4. Copy of passport

The admission process is based on Leaving Cert results/predicted grades contest i.e. ranking list

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

*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 (letterhead paper, stamped, signed by a teacher/principal)

UNIVERSITY AND PROGRAMME

University cooperates with many other medical schools, hospitals and clinics in Europe. Students with good grades may enter the ERASMUS program and study abroad for one or two semesters. PMU has signed the agreements with the Universities in Germany, France, Italy and Spain.

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FEES

Latest update: 28.11.2022

Applying to The Pomeranian Medical University and studying medicine in Poland:

  1. University Application fee – 85 EUR (non-refundable fee)
  2. Pre-courses fee (to be paid by each accepted candidate) - 600 EUR (non-refundable fee)
  3. Tuition fee 2022/23 intake (medicine): 1st - 3rd year EUR 12 500/year; 4th - 5th year EUR 12 000/year; 6th year EUR 10 000 EUR/year. Tuition fee 2022/23 intake (dentistry): 1st - 5th year EUR 12 500/year; 5th year EUR 12 000 EUR/year

STUDENT LIFE

ABOUT THE CITY

Popular attractions:

  • The National Museum in Szczecin
  • Szczecin Philharmonic
  • Pomeranian Dukes’ Castle
  • Łasztownia and Cranosauruses

Testimonials
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No more limits to university medical & veterinary education: Polish universities make a record number of offers to Irish applicants

 

Thousands of students aspiring to become doctors and vets are looking further afield for their education, as local institutions keep offering many places to overseas students. Poland’s 650-year experience in higher education and competitive living costs make it an increasingly attractive education destination for many.  

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