About Medical University of Warsaw, Poland
|Country: Warsaw, Poland||Tuition Fees: €13,700||Living Costs: €500|
|Courses: Medicine||Entrance exam: No||Graduate Entry: No|
Warsaw Medical University was established in 1993. The Polish medical university offers English-taught medical courses aimed at high school leavers. The programme is adapted according to the Directive of the European Parliament 2005/36/EC and covers 5,700 hours overall.
A regular MD (Doctor of Medicine) programme is 6 years long for high school leavers. The programme also offers students the opportunity to do USMLE part 1 in year three and USMLE part 2 in year six.
For students who wish to study medicine in Europe in English, the Medical University of Warsaw established the English Division of the Second Faculty of Medicine was in 1993. There’s no graduate entry program here, but university transfers are possible.
Medical University of Warsaw’s address is 61 Żwirki I Wigury St., 02-091 Warsaw, Poland.
Medical University of Warsaw Tuition Fees
Tuition fee is €13,700 for the first year and living costs are about €500-€600 per month. Subsequent years, the tuition fees go down by -€1000 (€12,700) for the second year and -€2600, down to €11,000 for year 3 and above.
The university offers students from the English Division 50 rooms the Students` dormitory. Its address Karolkowa 84, 01-193 Warsaw.
Pricer per semester per room are as follows:
- Single room – around €1400
- Double room – about €800 per person
A student dorm room consists of:
- a small kitchen
- a bathroom
- 2 connectable beds
- 2 wardrobes
- Shelves, desk, table, desk phone
- High-speed internet
On each floor, you can find a kitchen equipped with an electric stove with an oven, microwave and several sinks.
Common areas across campus which students can use include:
- Study room
- Small gym
- Computer room
- Ping pong room
If you’d prefer to live by yourself or with a roommate outside of the dormitory, the price rent for an apartment is between €600-€1200 per month. This depends on how close you will be in the city centre.
When it comes to leisure activities, Warsaw has plenty to offer. For cultural events, you can choose from numerous cinemas, theatres, concert halls, clubs, galleries and many more.
If sightseeing is your thing, Warsaw has an abundance of churches, castles, museums and many other attractions. Warsaw isn’t short of sports and outdoor activities too.
Medical University of Warsaw Admission & Entry Requirements
Students who wish to be admitted into the medical programme must have studied Biology, Chemistry and Physics in high school. Medlink Students can still get you admission even if you did not study all of the above subjects. Students from non-English speaking countries must have a good score in an English language test such as IELTS or TOEFL. University transfers are tough but can be arranged by us.
The admission fee is around EUR 200.00.
Students must sit a 100 multiple choice questions on Biology, Chemistry and Physics unless they have sat the BMAT exam.
Students who do not meet the entry requirements can get admitted into the foundation year with the help of Medlink Students and then into the first year of the Medicine programme.
University Term Dates
Usually, the winter semester starts at the beginning of October and has a duration of 15 weeks. Exam sessions are from the end of January until mid-February.
Summer semester lasts 15 weeks, starting from mid-February till mid-June, immediately followed by the exam session.
Medical University of Warsaw Curriculum & Syllabus
Next academic year’s curriculum and syllabus aren’t officially posted yet. To get a basic idea of what your studies will look like, check the files below.
You will get an international degree in medicine when you complete your studies successfully.
The Medical University of Warsaw is recognised by the GMC. To be accepted, the GMC’s requirements are: you will need to have graduated successfully in a course which contained at least 5,500 hours and lasted at least three years.
The university meets the criteria of acceptance into the GMC