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Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin

Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin

Located in: Poland


Quick Facts

Location
Szczecin, Poland
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Courses
Medicine, Dentistry
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Tuition
€ 12000-11000
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Graduate Entry
No
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Entrance Exam
No
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Living Costs
€ 800/month
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Curriculums

We are happy to announce that the curricula for
 the academic year 2021/2022 are now available.

About Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin

Pomeranian Medical University (PMU) was established in 1948 in Szczecin, Poland. It consists of 4 faculties, devoted to medicine and health sciences. The Medical Faculty of PMU was founded in 1996 and 10 years later the Faculty of Dentistry also started operating.

Szczecin is located in Northwestern Poland and is the seventh-largest city in the country. It is located near the Baltic Sea and the shore of Dabie Lake. The town’s history dates back to the 8th century and nowadays, you can visit many castles and museums in your leisure time.

Every year, the university welcomes 150 new international students who embark on the path of studying medicine in English in Europe. The university has been teaching medical programmes in English for more than 20 years now. This puts it among the first medical schools to offer medicine in English in Poland.

The medical course duration is 6 years and the dentistry is held for 5 years. Both are fully taught in English. The university is using the ECTS point system which makes student transfer easier. 

During your studies, you will be attending training in laboratories, clinical hospitals and on-site practice. No matter how fun the practical part is, you will also have to attend lectures to acquire the needed medical knowledge. 

There are no graduate entry courses here but the university accepts students transfer.

The university is located at Rybacka 1, 70-204 Szczecin, Poland.

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Extracurricular and Leisure Activities

The English Programme at Pomeranian Medical University offers a diverse environment to stimulate the study process. They encourage learning the local language and provide opportunities to observe various scientific methods and techniques.

Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin Tuition fees

Here you can study medicine and dentistry in English. Here are the tuition fees:

Medicine:

  • 1-4 year: € 12000 per year
  • 5-6 year: €11,000 per year

Dentistry: €12,000 annually for all the years

Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin

Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin Admission & Entry Requirements

There are no entrance exams here. The score for the admission ranking in Pomeranian Medical University is based only on your high school diploma grades.

Accommodation

Pomeranian Medical University offers a dormitory located near the university’s campus. The rooms are single and double, fully furnished and equipped with a kitchenette and a private bathroom. 

The cost of the rooms varies between €100 and €170 per month. The dormitory’s desk works 24/7 which means you can arrive any time and pay your first rent and deposit there.

If you prefer to go for your own flat, the rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Szczecin on average is around €350 based on how close to the city centre you are. Including the utilities and living expenses, you will need around €800 per month.

Accreditation

Graduating from this medical school gives you the ability to apply for residency, continue your studies or start practising everywhere around the world.

The university is listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools and is recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO). The university is also a member of:

  • Central and East European Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (CEENQA)
  • European Consortium for Accreditation (ECA)
  • International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (INQAAHE) 
  • European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA)

Life as a Medical Student in Szczecin, Poland

Szczecin straddles the Oder River, and the Dabie lake washes its eastern shores. The city has excellent conditions for watersports, such as kayaking, waterskiing, and wakeboarding. Experienced mariners can even hire a boat and navigate the Szczecin Lagoon all the way to the Baltic Sea.

While braving the Northern waters is a fun activity, the Szczecin offers far subtler pleasures in its many museums, galleries, theatres, and concert stages. In addition, the cafes, bars, and nightclubs serve as a social hub for the many international students within the city.

Szczecin is a very green city with many parks and gardens within it. Right outside the city, people can visit the Bukowa Forest, and Landscape Park. The location is full of trails and picnic sites, and it is an excellent place to recharge energies after a long week of studying.

Term Dates

The academic year here starts at the end of September and the first semester ends in mid-February. There is a 20-day winter break and a 1-week break between the first and second semesters. 

The summer semester starts at the beginning of March and lasts until the first week of July.

Accommodation Costs

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RENT
~€ 350/Mo
UTILITIES
~€ 150/Mo
TRANSPORT
~€ 30/Mo
FOOD
~€ 150/Mo
LEISURE
~€ 100/Mo

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the Pomeranian Medical University In Szczecin?

The university is located in Szczecin, Poland. The city straddles the Oder River next to the Dabie lake. The school’s address is Rybacka 1, 70-204 Szczecin, Poland.

Can you transfer to the Pomeranian Medical University In Szczecin?

Yes. Transfers are possible for medical students.

Can you study graduate entry medicine at the Pomeranian Medical University In Szczecin?

No. Fast track medicine is not possible at this medical school.

How much do tuition fees cost at the Pomeranian Medical University In Szczecin?

The tuition fees are as follows:
Medicine:
1-4 year: € 12000 per year
5-6 year: €11,000 per year
Dentistry:
€12,000 annually

Where is the Pomeranian Medical University In Szczecin recognised?

The university's medical graduates get international recognition of their degrees. The World Health Organisation recognises it through its World Directory of Medical Schools. In addition, the UK General Medical Council also recognises the university.

Can you study medicine in English at the Pomeranian Medical University In Szczecin?

Yes. You can study general medicine and dentistry in English.

Does the Pomeranian Medical University In Szczecin have graduates registered with the GMC?

Yes. As of 2022, the university has over 60 graduates registered with the UK General Medical Council.

Is there an entrance examination for the Pomeranian Medical University In Szczecin?

No, there is no entrance exam.

What are the entry requirements for the Pomeranian Medical University In Szczecin?

Admission is based on secondary school diploma grades.

When does the semester begin?

The academic year starts towards the end of September.

When is the application deadline for the Pomeranian Medical University In Szczecin?

The application deadline is on the 26th of July.

Is Pomeranian Medical University good?

Hundreds of international students choose the university for its medical education and attractive entrance requirements.

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