Medical University of Łódź
Fields of study:
biotechnology • cosmetology • dental techniques • dentistry • dietetics • emergency medical care • medical analytics • medicine • midwifery • nursing • pharmacy • physiotherapy • public health • sociology
Medical University of Lodz was inaugurated on 1st October 2002, as a merger of two higher education institutions: the Medical Academy and the Military Medical Academy. Medical University, as one of the biggest state medical universities in Poland.
The concept of up-to-date and comprehensive professional training of medical manpower is being improved all the time. The process of education has been focused on preparing specialists for work in various communities and national health care systems. Our educational offer, gradually and consequently modified and widened, has been adjusted to requirements laid down in the resolutions of the European Union. Following Poland's entry into the European Union the University offers an automatic recognition of the degree for most of the faculties within the European Union.
Currently, over 8,500 Polish students are receiving their education within medical and medicine-related areas at various faculties and nearly 400 foreign students from various countries attend medical and dental courses.