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About Poland

Poland is officially known as Republic of Poland. It is the 9th largest country in Europe in terms of area and is bordered by Germany to the west, Ukraine and Belarus to the east, Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south as well as Lithuania and Baltic Sea to the north. It is considered as the 34th most populated country in the world. The official language of Poland is Polish.


Poland’s first ruler was Mieszko I who accepted baptism in year 966 and made Catholism as the official religion of his subjects. Years later, the famous battle of Hundsfield which took place on Polish soil saw Germany being defeated by the then Polish ruler Boleslaw III Wrymouth. Later in year 1138, Poland got fragmented in several small duchies. It was from 12th century onwards that the rulers started emphasizing upon the education of their subjects. The first partition of Poland took place in year 1795 and continued till 1918. Later, Poland was invaded by Germany and Slovakia in World War II. In year 1945, Poland came under the rule of Communist party. However, in year 1989, Poland was recognised as a Republic of Poland.


Poland lies between latitudes 49 degree and 55 degree North and longitudes 14 degree and 25 degree East. The country’s grographical regions are divided into four hilly districts which are Pomeranian Lake District, Great Polish Lake District, Kashubian Lake district and Mansurian Lake District. The highest point in Poland is Tarnica (4416 ft) while the lowest being Raczki Elblaskie (6.6 ft below sea level). The country mainly enjoys temperate climate. While summers are warm with average temperature being 18 degree celsius to 30 degree celsius, winters are cold with average temperature ranging from 3 degree celisus to -6 degree celsius.

Admission opens for the year 2014-2015

Medical University of Warsaw

The medical university of Warsaw has been imparting medical education to the students for the past 200 years. It is one of the oldest medical universities of the world.

Main features of the university are :-

  1. The university boasts of having around 8600 students and 1500 academic teachers
  2. It offers Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in over 14 fields and 1 specialty
  3. The students are offered the facility of undergoing research and clinical research in university’s five affiliated teaching hospitals
  4. The library and Information Center in the university offers access to thousands of books and online journals
  5. Degrees offered by this university are recognized by WHO, UNESCO and MCI

M.D course Details

Country Poland
Name of the University Medical University of Warsaw
Course General Medicine (M.D)
Duration 6 years for high-school graduates, 4 years for Bachelor’s degree
Medium of Instruction English
Fees 11,100 Euros/year for 6 year course, 14,400 Euros/year for 4 year program


Medical University of Gdansk

Established in year 1945, the Medical University of Gdansk is one of the top universities of Poland that has been imparting highest quality medical education to both local students and those coming from abroad.

The Main Features of Medical University of Gdansk are:-

  1. The university offers education to more than 6000 students who comprise of undergraduate, Phd and post graduate students
  2. The university is famous for its reputed scientific research laboratories to help students to work on research projects
  3. It has a hospital which has 12 surgical departments and bed space for 311 patients
  4. There is an auditorium in the campus premises with 288 seats and several seminar halls
  5. A lot of exchange programs are conducted to carry out active international exchange programs

M.D Course Details

Country Poland
Name of University Medical University of Gdansk
Course General medicine (M.D)
Duration 6 years
Medium of Instruction English
Fees 45,000PLN in the first year, 38,000 PLN/year from second year onwards

MBBS in Poland is highly sought after course and every year, the medical universities of the country draw several thousands of international students from across the world to get admission in them. With a strong infrastructure and hi-tech laboratories, Polish universities provide an ultimate ground for students to get the best medical education in the world.

By undergoing medical program in Poland, a student can be rest assured about the quality of education he is getting under the guidance of the best faculty members and world class infrastructure. This can be evident from the fact that the first full face transplant in the world was done by Maria Siemionow, a Polish doctor. The medical universities in Poland have a long and traditionally rich history as several world famous doctors have been trained in these universities. In fact, Poland’s medical institutes are the oldest and most respected institutes in Europe.

Listed under WHO and IMED directory, the MBBS degrees of Poland are recognized throughout the world. The students, after completing their education from there can practice in their own country or anywhere else in the world.

Poland is the only European country which displayed a sign of increasing GDP, even during the time of global financial crisis, thus being called as a stable economy of the world.

If you have decided to study MBBS in Poland, then there are some things that you must take care of before you enroll in any of them. These are:-

a.      The institute must be at least 30-40 years old and have years of experience in teaching medical courses to the students. The older the institute, the better will be the quality of education. Moreover, getting an education under an old institute means that you will be acquainted with its rich history and tradition which will give your respect in the society.

b.     There must be fully furnished and modern teaching hospital in the university premises so that the medical students can prepare themselves to handle the practical situations and ever growing demands of medical career.

c.       There must be a scope of research projects in the university so as to produce better future doctors who will be helpful to the mankind. The research projects must be funded well by the government so that more students get drawn towards working on such projects.

d.      Qualified Teaching staff is also one of the major points that need to be considered before enrolling in any of the medical universities. Every staff holder must be either an MD or have a PhD degree.

e.      Look for recognition and accreditation of the university before taking admission in it. The university must be government approved and listed under World Health organization’s directory of medical institutes.

Majority of the Poland’s universities fulfill the above mentioned criteria and therefore a student can easily look forward towards getting admission in them.

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