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A Brief History of  Poland by The World Factbook 2007

         Poland is an ancient nation that was conceived near the middle of the 10th century. Its golden age occurred in the 16th century. During the following century, the strengthening of the gentry and internal disorders weakened the nation. In a series of agreements between 1772 and 1795, Russia, Prussia, and Austria partitioned Poland amongst themselves. Poland regained its independence in 1918 only to be overrun by Germany and the Soviet Union in World War II. It became a Soviet satellite state following the war, but its government was comparatively tolerant and progressive. Labor turmoil in 1980 led to the formation of the independent trade union "Solidarity" that over time became a political force and by 1990 had swept parliamentary elections and the presidency. A "shock therapy" program during the early 1990s enabled the country to transform its economy into one of the most robust in Central Europe, but Poland still faces the lingering challenges of high unemployment, underdeveloped and dilapidated infrastructure, and a poor rural underclass. Solidarity suffered a major defeat in the 2001 parliamentary elections when it failed to elect a single deputy to the lower house of Parliament, and the new leaders of the Solidarity Trade Union subsequently pledged to reduce the Trade Union's political role. Poland joined NATO in 1999 and the European Union in 2004. With its transformation to a democratic, market-oriented country largely completed, Poland is an increasingly active member of Euro-Atlantic organizations. Read More

History

The teaching of medicine and pharmacy in Lublin can be connected with the opening of Maria Curie-Skłodowska University (UMCS) in 1944. Both faculties were educating young people at UMCS for over 5 years until they were separated to form Medical University in 1950. Today our University is proud to bear the name of its first Rector, a surgeon, professor Feliks Skubiszewski and is run by a nephrologist, professor Andrzej Książek, the eleventh Rector of the University.
In 1972 a Faculty of Nursing was created to be followed by Division of Dentistry at the Medical Faculty in 1973. Medical Analytics Division of Faculty of Phramacy was formed in 1995, English Language Division of Medical Faculty in 2001.
The Medical University of Lublin educated 14 thousand physicians (including over 100 graduates of the Englisha Language Division), 2.5 thousand dentists, 6.5 thousand pharmacists and 5 thousand nurses.
The University employs about one thousand people, including almost 100 professors, almost 90 habilitated doctors, and almost 700 Ph.Ds. There are 125 sites within the University – chairs, departments and clinics.

Authorities

                        RECTOR
                       Prof. dr hab.
                     Andrzej Książek

Vice-Rector
for Science

Vice-Rector
for Education

Vice-Rector
for Clinical Affairs and
Post-Graduate Education


Prof. dr hab.
Ryszard Maciejewski


Prof. dr hab.
Jacek Roliński


Prof. dr hab.
Andrzej Drop

 

Dean of the I Medical Faculty with Dentistry Division

Dean of the II Medical Faculty with English Division

Dean of the Pharmaceutical Faculty with Medical Analytics Division

Dean of the Nursing and Health Sciences Faculty with Extramural Division


Prof. dr hab.
Marian Semczuk


Prof. dr hab.
Maria Słomka


Prof. dr hab.
Kazimierz Głowniak


Prof. dr hab.
Teresa Kulik

 

Admissions

INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES AMERICAN PROGRAM

The Medical University of Lublin does not require applicant to major in one particular field. In fact, it seeks international students with broad educational background.
Nevertheless, each candidate must demonstrate an outstanding record of academic achievement. The ability to master scientific concepts and to employ them with confidence is essential to complete the medical program successfully.
If available, foreign students should provide the Medical University with their MCAT scores (it is not obligatory) in order to help the admission committee in their final decision.
Apart from these academic characteristics the medical admission committee recognizes the need to consider each applicant’s personal attributes, motivation and commitment to the career in medicine. The Medical Admission Committee keeps the right to take the final decision on admitting students after the personal interview.

6-YEAR ADVANCED PROGRAM

The six year advanced MD program of the Medical Faculty of Lublin is designed for European college graduate who have completed their pre-medical education.
The following courses need to be completed:
Chemistry General (including labs) ……………… 1 year of study
Organic (including labs) ……………… 1 year of study
Biology General (including labs) ……………… 1 year of study
Physics General (including labs) ……………… 1 semester of study
Math/Calculus ……………… 1 semester of study
International students are also obliged to submit a Bachelor of Science Diploma to be admitted into the 6-year advanced program. In exceptionally rare instances the Medical University may consider for medicine admission a well qualified applicant who completed three years of post-secondary education towards Bachelor’s Degree (minimum of 90 credit hours of studies).

6-YEAR PROGRAM

The six year MD program of the Medical Faculty of Lublin is designed for the United States and Canadian High School graduates. High School transcript and diploma are required.

INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES OF EUROPEAN PROGRAM

A potential student for the 6-year MD Program for Europeans should be a graduate from secondary school with a good average in marks. He/she should also have Biology, Chemistry and Physics courses completed. The candidate should have high school diploma or matriculation equivalent necessary for admission to higher education institutions in the country in which the diploma was issued.
Also good knowledge in English language both written and oral is required as all courses are taught in english language.
There will be pre-courses in chemistry, biology and optionally in polish language organized at the beginning of September. This is for the candidates to assure that everyone has the necessary knowledge in basic science.
In order to apply or gain further information regarding the European MD Program, applicants are requested to contact EuroMed (www.studymedicineabroad.co.uk).
The applicants are requested to submit the following documents:

  1. A completed application form provided by EuroMed Ltd
  2. High School Diploma
  3. Motivational letter
  4. Photocopy of the applicant's passport
  5. Health certificate including HIV test
  6. Five passport photographs 3.5 x 5.5 cm signed on the other side (no head cover please)



All the submitted documents should be originals or certified copies (i.e. originally sealed and signed by the eligible institution/person).
If the documents are not written in English, they must be accompanied by translations (into English or Polish) certified by an approved institution (e.g. the issuing body or a sworn translator).

Departments and Courses

English Language Program
(for American Students)

English Language Program
(for European Students)

Ist year
Introduction to Biophysics
General Chemistry
General and Analytical Chemistry
Epidemiology
Public Health
Sources of Literature
Informatics
Introduction to Medicine
Medical Sociology
Medical Communication
Latin
Polish
IInd year
General Biology
Human Biology with Physiology
Molecular Biology
Organic Chemistry
Biophysics
Biostatistics
Intoduction to Philosophy
Parasitology
Hygiene&Nutrition
Ethics
Medical Psychology
Introduction to Clinical Procedures
Polish
IIIrd year
Human Anatomy
Biochemistry
Physiology
Histology
Embryology
First Aid
IVth year
Microbiology/Virology
Pathomorphology
Pathophysiology
Pharmacology
Genetics
Immunology
Clinical Biochemistry
Neuroanatomy
Neuropharmacology
Physical Diagnosis
Introduction to Psychiatry
Vth year
Surgery
Obstetrics/Gynecology
Pediatrics
Pediatric Family Medicine
Internal Medicine
VIth year
Psychiatry
Neurology
Radiology
Nuclear Medicine
Infectious Diseases
Anesthesiology/Intensive Care
Dermatology
Otolaryngology
Oncology
Ophthalmology
Orthopedics/Rehabilitation
Family Medicine
Emergency Medicine
Forensic Medicine
Propedeutics of Dentistry

Ist year
Medical Biology
Human Anatomy
General Chemistry
History of Medicine
First Aid and Nursing
Latin
Polish
Human Philosophy
Physical Education
IInd year
Biochemistry
Human Physiology
Histology with Embryology and Cytophysiology
Biophysics
Sociology in Medicine
Psychology
Informatics with elements of Medical Statistics
Polish
Physical Education
IIIrd year
Hygiene with Ecology and Nutrition
Ethics
Molecular Genetics
Epidemiology
Pathophysiology
Microbiology
Pathomorphology
Pharmacology and Toxicology
Introduction to Pediatrics
Introduction to Internal Medicine

Payments

Payment information for European Program students

  1. Tuitionfee for 1st year students and all newly enrolled students regardless of the year to which they are admitted - €9.000 – payable in two installments:
    • €4500 - by September 30th
    • €4500 - by January 31st
  2. Tuition fee for 2nd to 6th year students - €8.500 –payable in two installments:
    • €4250 -by September 30th
    • €4250 - by January 31st

All fees should be transferred or paid directly into the account details that shall be provided. If the payment is not made on time, EuroMed Ltd and the University will charge late fees according to its Rules & Regulations. For the necessary information for making a wire-transfer please contact us.

 

 REVISION SESSIONS for ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

BOOK NOW as places are limited!

Revision courses are recommended for the following reasons:

1. Places on this course are limited
2. To provide an opportunity to revise for the entrance test subjects in Biology and Chemistry
3. Revision sessions are organised by qualified A-level tutors
4. Improve your chances of achieving the pass mark in the final examination
5. Fact- 98 percent of applicants who attended the revision session passed the final examination

 

Please contact EuroMed for booking details and more information.

Interview Course: Cost per day is £390.00 inc. VAT (non-refundable).

Revision Sessions: Cost per day is £320.00 inc. VAT (non-refundable). Each session lasts about 3 hours and there will be 2 sessions per day(morning and afternoon) including a one hour lunch break from 1-2pm. 
Venue, date and times will be confirmed upon application.

 

Please CLICK HERE to register for your interview and/or revision sessions online. After your booking is confirmed you will receive additional information.