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4 Year M.D.
The four year program is designed for College Graduates who have taken Biology I+II, Chemistry I+II and Physics I+II all with Lab. All US Students must also take the MCAT.
4 Year M.D. Program Highlights:
Tuition & Fees
The expenses (Cost of Attendance) for the entering academic year 2011-12 of the 4 Year M.D. Program are estimated as follows:
The above includes an estimate of $650 monthly for personal expenses.
As of the 2013-2014 school year Tuition and Dormitory are payable in Polish Zloty. Tuition is split into 2 installments each year and payable September 30th and February 15th. The amounts above will be an approximate total of costs for each year of study at a dollar to zloty rate of 1:3.
There are no registration, administrative, or placement fees. The cost to apply for a Temporary Stay Card (U.S. Citizens/non-visa holders) is approximately $150 USD.
Liability Insurance are paid to the USA Office.
Payment of Tuition and Dormitoriies are made by wire transfer directly to the Universities accounts in Poland in Polish Zloty. Payment information will be provided to all students upon acceptance to the program.
The four year M.D. Program of the University is designed for English Speaking college graduates who have completed their premedical education and required courses.
The following courses must have been completed satisfactorily:
Required Application Documents:
Students attending schools at which they have the option of enrolling in courses for a letter (or numerical) grade or on a pass-fail basis, are encouraged not to enroll on a pass-fail basis in the above courses.
The University does not require that applicants major in a particular field. In fact, the University seeks individuals with broad educational backgrounds.
Nevertheless, each candidate must demonstrate a record of academic achievement. Ability to master scientific concepts and employ them with confidence is essential for success in this program. In this connection.
Apart from these academic characteristics, the Admissions Committee recognizes a responsibility to consider applicants as individuals; particularly in the evaluation of the breadth of their educational experience, their personality traits, maturity level, and appropriate motivation and commitment to a career in medicine.
The University also conducts "preliminary interviews" of students contemplating medical school. Specific actions and courses which enhance applications in the future are discussed with the admissions staff. Furthermore, previously unsuccessful candidates for medical school may wish to take advantage of this service to solicit advice in the improvement of their applications.
Of particular importance to some applicants, is the early admissions procedure (EAP) according to which candidates may apply for early acceptance on a preferred basis. Successful candidates in this ongoing procedure may reserve their place in the class commencing in the following September, thus eliminating a great deal of uncertainty in their academic plans and prospects.
First Academic Period - Begins in September (39 Weeks)
Second Academic Period - Begins in September (36 Weeks)
Third Academic Period - Begins in September (42 Weeks)
Fourth Academic Period - Begins in September (36 Weeks + 16 Weeks of Electives)
Psychology (Behavioral Science)
Law & Ethics in Medicine
Medical First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Microbiology and Parasitology
General and Systemic Pathology
Hygiene and Epidemiology
Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBGYN)
Oncology and Palliative Care
US Citizens or US Permanent Residents enrolled in Poznan University are eligible to apply for a Sallie Mae Smart Option Loan which is a Private Credit Based Loan. Student can apply for the entire Cost of Attendance of their program which is approximately $38,500. Please go to www.salliemae.com for more information.
Deserving students can apply for University Scholarships after their first year of study.
Student's may fill out a FAFSA online, whether or not they intend to apply. When submitted, we will receive your information electronically from the US Department of Education. Be sure to use our school code, which is G30917.
Students from outside the US & Canada
If a students financial obligations are not met, the student will not be allowed to attend classes and seminars, and may be forced to leave the dormitory.
Tuition, Dormitory, and Dormitory Deposits are paid via wire transfer directly to the Universities accounts in Poland.
Payments have different due dates depending on the program which a student is entering, and the year that they are entering into.
Although it is possible to secure private quarters in the City of Poznan, the University recommends that first year students reside on campus. Dormitories are assigned on a first-come first-serve basis. There are three main dormititories. In the event that the dormitories have no room, students will be given a place in Hotel "IKAR". If a room becomes available in one of the University dormitories, the student will be required to re-locate to a University dormitory. There are a number of requirments for stay in the dorm. It is suggested that all students review the Student Handbook, for information about the dormitories and how to make room reservations.
There are many services which allow books to be purchased in advance and shipped to Poland, books may also be purchased on http://www.amazon.co.uk and shipped to Poznan. There are a number of shipping services that will send your books from the USA to Poznan for you.
There are also collegiate bookstores in Poznan that offer the required materials. We suggest you view the Student Information link on the left for further information about books and travel.
Entering students applying for financial aid are encouraged to submit financial aid applications 60-90 days in advance of the start of the semester.
Foreign students in Poland can buy Health Insurance in Narodowy Fundusz Zarowia for approximately EU 10.00 per month, although there is a lot of paperwork involved. It is suggested that students have their own medical insurance from the states, which allows for travel abroad.
* Students supplying their own Health Insurance must provide an original letter on Insurance Carrier stationary agreeing to full medical and hospital coverage in Poland.
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