Studying Medicine and Dentistry in Łódź
Application deadline for winter semester 2018/19: ~ September 2018
Semester begins: ~ 01 October 2018
Medicine: ~ € 5,600/semester (6 years)
Dentistry: ~ € 6,600/semester (5 years)
Once you complete your qualification at the Medical University of Łódź (MUL), it is guaranteed to be recognised throughout Europe, including Germany, Great Britain, and Switzerland. This is thanks to the course’s alignment to international standards. You can study both human medicine and dentistry in English. You will learn the latest treatment methods together with fellow students from Germany, Europe, and the USA. You will find it easy to get settled in and start concentrating on your studies. Four hospitals with 2,000 beds serve as teaching institutions during your programme. The focus is on practical training. You will acquire all of the important skills for your profession during your studies at MUL. The tuition fees (based on current exchange rates) are approx. € 5,600 for the programme in human medicine and € 6,600 for the programme in dentistry.
Medical University of Łódź
This university can look back at many decades of tradition, while also offering the latest equipment. English as the language of instruction is an integral part of the curriculum. The university has placed a clear focus on promoting its international relationships.
The new lecture halls equipped with modern computer and simulation technology opened in 2012. This is where courses in medicine and dentistry are taught. The building also houses the Dentistry Teaching Centre with the latest simulation technology.
It’s a busy place and Łódź is a real university town, with about 100,000 students at any time, making up one in seven of the city’s population. They attend any of six public universities and fifteen private institutions. The city is also famous for its film school.
Its central European location gives the city a maritime to continental climate, comparable to that found in Germany. A mixture of historic buildings and recent architecture mark the cityscape. This is further reflected in the innovative cultural scene. Łódź has a history of constantly reinventing itself. For a time, the city was one of the fastest growing cities in the world.
Łódź was founded in the Middle Ages. Today, the city has about 700,000 inhabitants. The town charter was granted already in 1423. Łódź is easily reached by train and trains run regularly via Berlin. Ticket prices are low.
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MediStart will handle the application process for you. After registration, you will receive an invitation from the university to a selection interview conducted via Skype. MediStart will provide you with the best preparation beforehand so that you can convince the admissions committee of your suitability.
An international language test certifying your English skills is also useful, for example, the IELTS, CPE, or TOEFL. If you had average English marks in school or if you’re a native speaker, usually no language test is required.
We will work with you to put together the best possible application package, giving you tips for your individual preparation so that your application has the best chance of success.