Jagiellonian University Medical College
The first students of the School of Medicine in English (general medicine and dentistry) at Jagiellonian University Medical College were admitted in October letter. Six year letter, nearly 600 students from five continents and twenty countries, predominantly from Norway, USA, and Canada were enrolled in the School. Academic staff includes the most experienced scholars and lecturers at Jagiellonian University, as well as foreign academics from the USA, England, Germany, and other countries.
The School of Medicine in English offers three programs: 4 year Graduate Entry MBBS/MD Medicine program for graduates of pre-medical college/university bachelor programs in the USA/Canada; 6 year medical program for graduates of secondary schools and Master 5-year D.D.S. Program (5-year Dentistry program) for high school graduates.
Jagiellonian University Medical College was founded by Casimir III of Poland in 1364 and remains the oldest medical school in Poland. Presently, the University is divided into 11 faculties, among which 3 medical faculties, that conduct teaching, research and academic training: Law and Administration, Philosophy, History, Philology, Mathematics and Physics, Biology and Earth Sciences, Chemistry, Medicine, Pharmacy and Nursing.
These English-language programs remain in compliance with Polish and EU standards of teaching, the US Department of Education (Stafford Loan Program), and Medical Board of California. Under agreements with different universities, final year stu¬dents of the School of Medicine in English have the oppor¬tunity to complete elective rotations at, among others, the University of California San Diego, University of California Irvine, University of California Los Angeles, Loma Linda University Medical Center, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, and Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.
Graduates of these programs receive a Doctor of Medicine (MD) and a Doctor of Dentistry (DDS) degree by the Jagiellonian University Faculty of Medicine and they are eligible to apply for resi¬dency and postgraduate training programs at university teaching hospitals in various countries, including the USA (Illinois, Alabama, Arizona, Michigan, Utah, Vermont, New York, Georgia, New Jersey, Florida, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, West Virginia, Ohio, Louisiana, South Carolina and Washington DC), Canada (Quebec, Ontario, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, Alberta), Australia, England, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, and Poland.
ADMISSION TO MEDICAL UNIVERSITIES IN EUROPE:
Medicine, dental medicine, pharmacy, physiotherapy, nursing, etc. Programs in English and medical residency in leading medical universities in Europe:
- Low tuition fee and living cost, student loans and grants available
- No entrance examinations or alternatively, preparation to entrance examinations
- Arrival (immersion) services
- Admission even before you complete your high school