The Medical University of Gdańsk provides education to over 6000 students, PhD and postgraduate students. International students constitute of 10% of MUG students and represent more than half of all international students studying in Gdańsk. The University conducts classes in English for students of two degree programs: Medicine Doctor and Master of Pharmacy.
Students have access to a conveniently situated student residential campus, a modern library and a student club “Medyk”.
The University is intensively conducting scientific research which is reflected by its high position in the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education ranking and by many awards for its staff. Faculty of Pharmacy with Subfaculty of Laboratory Medicine has been recently recognized by the Polish government as a National Leading Scientific Centre (KNOW).
The Medical University of Gdańsk is constantly modernizing its didactic and clinical infrastructure. The construction of the Invasive Medicine Centre, financed by the national budget for 480mln PLN, was finished in 2011. It has been the first investment of this type in the Pomeranian region for 30 years. The new hospital comprises several parts housing 12 surgical departments, with bed space for 311 patients. The Invasive Medicine Centre’s didactic part includes an auditorium with 288 seats and several seminar halls. Whereas its roof has a helicopter landing pad connected directly to the Emergency Department.
The Medical University of Gdańsk carries out active international exchange within “Lifelong Learning Programme”, takes part in Baltic Sea Region University Network (BSRUN) and ScanBalt.
The Medical University of Gdańsk provides health care to the inhabitants of the Pomeranian Region and the neighbouring regions, as well as actively supports public health projects. The University organizes Medical Education Day and Picnic for Health, the events which serve to increase pro-health awareness in our region.
Since 2009, the University has been a member of “Study in Pomorskie”, a programme which promotes our region’s universities abroad.
Departments are the basic units of the Medical University of Gdańsk (MUG). The departments are managed by Deans, who supervise employees employed in the particular department. Department Councils are units responsible for passing resolutions. They create the main directions for the development and activities of a department.
Laboratory tests being performed at one of the labs at the Invasive Medicine CentreLaboratory tests being performed at one of the labs at the Invasive Medicine Centre
Hands-on learning at the nursing skills workshopHands-on learning at the nursing skills workshop
Our University educates almost 5000 students in four faculties: the Faculty of Pharmacy, the Faculty of Medicine, the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Intercollegiate Faculty of Biotechnology (Gdańsk University and Medical University of Gdansk
1. MBBS 6-year: Limited seats
2. Master of Pharmacy programme- 5.5 year: Limited seats
3. Pre-medical- 1 year
Become an International Medical Doctor; Gain International exposure; make friends with thousands of other foreign students studying medicine. A lot of students come from US, Canada, Taiwan, Scandinavian and EU countries, etc.
The high quality of Polish Education: Did you know that the first full face transplant in the USA was done by a team of surgeons lead by a Polish doctor, Maria Siemionow who graduated from Medical University in Poland?
Career: Practice all over the world. Doctors in Poland can also run their own private practice/clinics.
Financial: Affordable Cost, Low Tuition fee and living.
MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF GDANSK-POLAND is one of the most prestigious Medical Universities in Europe. The University is the largest medical academic institution in the Northern Poland educating more than 6000 undergraduate and postgraduate students from US, CANADA, UK, BRAZIL, CHINA, ISRAEL, UKRAINE, RUSSIA, MIDDLE-EAST, NORWEGIAN, SCANDINAVIAN & OTHER EUROPEAN AND ASIAN COUNTRIES.
Study programme: is entirely instructed in English and designed to meet the European Union, United States (USMLE) & Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE) standards with their internationally accredited exams. European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) is applied too.
The University also provides free training classes of USMLE part1 & part2 for students wishing to take residency options in the US.
Recognition: Listed on the WHO, IMED directory; the University’s degrees are recognized throughout European Union, UK, US, Canada, India; respected and recognized throughout the world. Students can take up Clinical rotations throughout Europe, US, UK, Poland, etc.
Doctors are eligible to practice in Europe, US, Canada, India, etc.