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Study at Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin

Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin, established in 1948, is a public (state-owned) medical university and offers studies in English at the Faculty of Medicine (since 1996) and Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry (since 2006).


Rectorate Building of Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin

Currently, the university educates about 700 students on English programmes. Over 550 students have already successfully graduated from the Faculty of Medicine. The Faculty of Dentistry has over 50 alumni. Each year the university offers 120 seats at the Faculty of Medicine and 30 seats at the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry.


Practical classes (Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry)

English programme students come from about 30 countries, mainly from Scandinavia (Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Faroe Islands and Finland) but also from Austria, Germany, Greece, Portugal and Spain. And we have a great number of applicants from non-European countries such as Canada, China, Egypt, Israel and Syria.
Given the fact that English programme students are from the most remote corners of the globe, studies at the PMU are not only an excellent training for future doctors, 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.


Modern academic facilities

English programme students follow the same curriculum as Polish programme students, meaning they undergo the same clinical and theoretical courses throughout 6 and 5 years of education at the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry respectively. Most of the classes take place at the PMU Independent Public Clinical Hospitals (no.1 and no.2).

Our students have an opportunity to take one year of Erasmus + exchange in the following countries: Germany, France, Italy or Spain. Also, the best students of the 6th year at the Faculty of Medicine are able to take a practical year abroad.


The Main Library of Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin

Programmes in English:

6-year MD Faculty of Medicine 
5-year DMD Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry  

Recruitment at PMU (May-August):

Pay an application fee of 85 PLN
Create an online account through the University web page apply.pum.edu.pl
Fill in your personal data
Upload scans of the documents (check the list here)
Submit an application
Wait for the evaluation

Why PMU?

     •   PMU is a public (state-owned) university with a full-time, intramural system of study
     •   The level of qualification held at PMU: long cycle programme, master’s degree, name of qualification
          and title conferred: lekarz
     •   Diploma recognized in Europe
     •   Instructions in small groups, both in preclinical and clinical courses at two university hospitals

Why Szczecin?

     •   Szczecin runs 19 higher education institutions, including 5 public, 11 private and 3 branches and
          departments of universities from other cities
     •   Very convenient location in the north-west part of Poland with an easy connection to Polish and
          European cities.
     •   Szczecin – the capital of West Pomeranian Voivodeship is the third largest city in Poland with ¼ of
          the territory under water

Local International Airport Szczecin-Goleniów:

Approximate flight time:
from London – 1h 55 min
from Edinburgh – 2h 5 min


The closest International Airport in Berlin:

Approximate flight time:
from London – 1h 40 min
from Edinburgh – 2h 10 min
from Belfast – 2h 20 min

Further information about PMU can be found here:
https://www.pum.edu.pl/english/about-pmu

Further information about Szczecin can be found here:
http://www.szczecin.eu/en
 











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