University of Warsaw
|Country: Warsaw, Poland||Tuition Fees: €12,700||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 and university graduates with a Bachelor’s degree. The program is adapted according to the Directive of the European Parliament 2005/36/EC and covers 5,700 hours overall.
A normal MD (Doctor of Medicine) program is 6 years long for high school leavers and can be accelerated for science graduates. The program also offers students the opportunity to do USMLE part 1 in year three and USMLE part 2 in year six.
EUR 12,700* per year and living costs are about EUR 500-600 per month.
Students who wish to be admitted into the medicine program 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.
Students must sit a 100 multiple choice questions on Biology, Chemistry and Physics unless they have sat the BMAT exam.
Pre-Med (foundation) Year
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 program.