Medical University of Gdańsk
The Medical University of Gdańsk (MUG) provides education to over 6000 students, PhD and postgraduate students. International students constitute of 10% of MUG students and represent. The University conducts classes in English for students of two degree programs for international students: 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 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.
The Medical University of Gdańsk has over 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).
Faculty of Medicine at Medical University of Gdańsk
The Faculty of Medicine was established in 1945. It includes also dentistry division and offer MD program in English aside polish programs. Its goals are inextricably linked with the centuries-old tradition of medical and natural science practices in Gdańsk, particularly in Gimnazjum Gdańskie (Gymnasium Gedanense) founded in 1558, and later given a more academic name (Gymnasium Academicum sive Illustre, Atheneum Gedanense).
The Faculty of Medicine offers education in three majors – medical (homogenous 6-year MSc studies) and medical stomatological (homogenous 5-year MSc studies), as well as dental techniques (3-year 1st degree BSc studies). The Faculty’s high level of education was confirmed by the Accreditation Committee for Medical Universities working at the Conference of Presidents of Medical Universities, and by The State Accreditation Committee, which granted the Faculty a 5-year-long accreditation for both MSc majors. Moreover, classes in the medical major are also conducted in English (since 2002).
Aside from organizing practical classes aiming at preparing students for their profession, and postgraduate studies, the clinics perform highly specialized diagnostic and therapeutic services, not only for the people from the Tri-city and neighboring towns, but also for the whole of Northern and Central Poland. Research in both elementary and clinical analysis is undergoing constant development. In the ranking of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education for 61 medical faculties and institutes, the Faculty of Medicine MUG was awarded first place in the category of medical research units.
Faculty of Pharmacy at Medical University of Gdańsk
The Faculty of Pharmacy Medical University of Gdansk has Laboratory Medicine as subfaculty and primary goal is to educate Masters of Science and Masters of Medical Analysis who will be able to face the growing competition connected with the fact that Poland is a member of the European Union.
The Faculty of Pharmacy educates students in two majors – pharmacy (homogenous 5-year MSc studies) and medical analysis (homogenous 5-year MSc studies). The Faculty’s high level of education was confirmed by the Accreditation Committee for Medical Universities, which granted the Faculty accreditation for both MSc majors. Classes in pharmacy are also conducted in English.
In the ranking of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education for 61 medical faculties and institutes, the Faculty of Pharmacy was awarded first place in the category of medical research units. We came third in Poland, so we are behind only two research units of the Polish Academy of Science (PAN) – The Department of Medical Biology in Warsaw and The Institute of Pharmacology in Krakow.
Medical programs of Medical University of Gdańsk
• 6 year MD program
• 5,5-year Master of Pharmacy program
Medicine, dental medicine, pharmacy, physiotherapy, nursing, etc. Programs in English and medical residency in leading medical universities in Europe: