Doctor of Dental Medicine 5 years DMD programmePomeranian Medical University in Szczecin
Doctor of Dental Medicine 5 years DMD programme
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About this program
Doctor of Dental Medicine 5 years DMD programme
The curriculum of the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry consists of five years of medical and dental courses. Upon successful completion of the course, the student is entitled to receive a DMD diploma (“LEKARZ-DENTYSTA” title).
The first two years deliver knowledge from basic, preclinical disciplines with an introduction to clinical sciences. The following three years focus on dental disciplines and clinical studies. The duration of the program is 10 semesters, with a total number of 5 000 hours of lectures and practical classes.
For information on specific admissions requirements for education and language, please contact the institute.
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- Conservative Dentistry
- Dental Surgery
- Periodontal and Mucous Membrane Diseases
- Maxillo-facial Surgery
- Integrated Paedodontics
- Integrated Conservative Dentistry
The program has seven domains, which students will have to master during 4 academic years:
- morphological sciences.
- the scientific basis of medicine.
- preclinical sciences.
- behavioral sciences with elements of professionalism.
- clinical sciences in general medicine.
- clinical sciences in dentistry.
- the legal and organizational basis of medicine.
Each September all prospective students have the possibility to improve their knowledge in chemistry, physics, and biology during the pre-courses organized by the University.
The newcomers each year are welcome by the English Program Students‘ Parliament.
Standard Fee: €12,500 per year
Learning outcomes are statements of what a student is expected to know, understand and/or be able to demonstrate after completion of a process of learning.
The outcomes are based on the following essential elements of a competent and reflective practitioner:
- what does the student know (demonstrating evidence of knowledge, assessing comprehension, assessing the application, assessing analysis and synthesis).
- what the student is able to do (practical skills ).
- the student as a professional (competences - a dynamic combination of attributes, abilities, and attitudes).
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Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin
Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin is a public (State-owned) university with a full-time, intramural system of study. The level of qualification held: master’s degree program; diploma of higher education; long cycle programme. There are two faculties at the university that...
Why study at Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin
Four Reasons to Study Medicine in Poland
1. It boasts state-of-the-art facilities
In May of 2013, a Polish surgical team became the first to accomplish the previously unthinkable: a groundbreaking, life-saving, full-face transplant. Not only was the surgery, during which the 33-year-old patient received a skin-and-bone transplant after losing his nose, upper jaw and cheeks in an accident, but it was also the world’s quickest time frame for such a complicated operation. “Face transplants are extraordinarily complicated, relatively rare procedures that usually require extensive preparation, typically months or years,” said The Daily Mail. At the forefront of this and many other medical fields, thanks to its cutting-edge facilities and expert staff? Poland.
2. If you speak English, you’re all set.
Worried because you don’t speak Polish? Don’t be. All of Poland’s medical schools offer studies in English across specialty fields including pharmacy, nursing, and physiotherapy.
3. You’ll be in excellent company.
International students make up 8.58 percent of the total student body of Poland’s medical universities with students from Norway, Sweden, the United States, Saudi Arabia, and Canada topping the list of sending countries. As part of the Bologna process, Polish universities grant degrees recognized throughout Europe and accredited by many of the globe’s most reputable institutions. Poland also cooperates with universities all over the globe. The takeaway? Not only will you have the opportunity to study alongside a diverse student body, but you’ll also have the chance to broaden your network and make connections -- not just in Poland but all over the world.
4. You’ll spend less on top quality.
According to the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC), the average cost of one year of public medical school, including tuition, fees, and health insurance, in the US was $34,592 in-state and $58,668 out-of-state in the 2016-2017 academic year. Private school tuition and fees, meanwhile, soared above $50,000. And these figures don’t include charges incurred outside of the university, such as housing, books, and food. The cost of a medical degree is significantly lower in Poland, according to figures from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education: Full-time studies at public schools are free for Polish students as well as international students who fulfill certain requirements, including citizens of the EU/EEA. Other international students will still score a bargain -- paying just EUR 3,000 (approximately USD 3,200) annually for studies. Not only that, but they also enjoy a significantly lower cost of living compared to in the US and throughout much of Europe.
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