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Nicolaus Copernicus University

Torun befindet sich im Landesinneren von Polen und hat ca. 200.000 Einwohner. Die gotische Altstadt von Torun wurde 1997 zum UNESCO-Welterbe ernannt. Die Stadt kann sehr viel Geschichte vorweisen, da sie auch einer der ältesten in Polen ist. Zudem leben in der Stadt knapp 40.000 Studierende. Damit ist Nikolaus-Kopernikus-Universität einer der größten und wichtigsten Universitäten im Norden Polens. Du kannst in Torun Humanmedizin studieren.

Humanmedizin –  Nicolaus Copernicus University

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  • UniversitätNicolaus Copernicus University

  • Studiengebühren – 22.750 PLN (Złoty) pro Semester (ca. 5.062,45€ pro Semester | ca. 10.125 € pro Jahr)
  • Studiendauer – 12 Semester (6 Jahre)
  • Aufnahmeprüfung – Es gibt keine Aufnahmeprüfung, sondern nur ein Vorstellungsgespräch. Das Gespräch umfasst in der Regel Fragen zu den Grundkenntnissen in Biologie auf Sekundarschulniveau und zur Motivation für ein Medizinstudium. Außerdem werden die Englischkenntnisse des Bewerbers überprüft. Das Gespräch kann bei Bedarf auch online geführt werden. Musterfragen oder Referenzmaterialien sind nicht verfügbar. Weitere Informationen findest du hier
  • Approbation – Voll anerkannt in der EU

Studienplan/Curriculum

1. Jahr: Occupational Health and Safety and Ergonomics; Cooperation with the Medical Library; First Aid; General Chemistry; Biochemistry; Biophysics; Cell Biology and Cytophysiology; Molecular Biology; Anatomy; Histology; Embryology; Elective Course; Techniques of Medical Procedures; Physical Education; Medical Psychology; Medical Polish; Course Selection (Microarchitecture of Selected Tissues and Organs//Tissue Engineering); Holiday Work Placement (4-week work placement in nursing in a hospital department)

2. Jahr: Physiology; Preclinical Sciences; The Origins of Medicine; Introduction to Scientific Research; Introduction to Pathology; Medical Polish; Course Selection 1 (Principles of Transfusion Medicine // Telemedicine: Possibilities and Limitations); Course Selection 2 (Scientific Discoveries and Their Application in Medicine and Nobel Prizes in Medicine // Human Experiences and Behaviours Related to Disease); Elective Course; Environmental Threats and Humans (Microbiology; Parasitology; Hygiene and Epidemiology; Infection Prevention); Pathology; Psychosocial Aspects of the Medical Profession; Course Selection 1 (Psychology of Stress //Modern Laboratory Tests); Course Selection 2 (Practical Interpretation of Physiological Tests // Basics of Parasitology Diagnostics); Holiday Work Placement (3-week work placement in outpatient health care (family medicine) and 1-week in first aid)

3. Jahr: Principles of Clinical Medicine; Hospitalisation as a Challenge to Patients and Doctors; Haematopoietic System Diseases; Principles of Modern Therapy; Legal and Organisational Aspects of Medicine; Selected Lifestyle Diseases; Cutaneous, Subcutaneous and Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Diseases Caused by Immune System Disorders; Course Selection; Elective Course 1; Holiday Work Placement (4-week work placement in internal medicine)

4. Jahr: Nervous System Diseases; Cardiovascular Diseases; Gastrointestinal and Exocrine System Diseases; Musculoskeletal Diseases; Kidney and Urinary System Diseases; Diseases of the Sense Organs; Haematopoietic System Diseases; Clinical Genetics; Legal and Social Determinants of the Medical Profession; Spirituality in Medicine; Course Selection 1; Course Selection 2; Course Selection 3; Elective Course; Holiday Work Placement (2-week work placement in a surgery department and 2-week placement in a paediatric department – including at least 4 patient rounds during 4 weeks of placement)

5. Jahr: Surgery; Childhood Diseases; Gynaecology and Obstetrics; Family Medicine; Neurology; Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care; Forensic Medicine with Elements of Law; Geriatrics; Palliative Medicine; Clinical Pharmacology; Oncology; Vascular Surgery; Surgery – Thoracic Surgery; Surgery – Urology; Surgery – Neurosurgery; Paediatric Surgery; Rehabilitation; Andrology; Introduction to Dentistry; Regenerative Medicine; Economics and Management in Health Care; National and Health Insurance – Medical Certification; Elective Course 1; Elective Course 2; First Aid; Holiday Work Placement (2-week work placement in gynaecology/obstetrics and 2-week placement in intensive care – including at least 4 patient rounds during 4 weeks of placement)

6. Jahr: Internal Diseases; Childhood Diseases; Surgery; Gynaecology and Obstetrics ;Psychiatry; Emergency Medicine; Family Medicine; Selected Speciality; Final Examination

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Kosten: 22.750 PLN (Złoty) pro Semester (ca. 5.062,45€ pro Semester| ca. 10.125 € pro Jahr)
Semesteranzahl: 12
Aufnahmeprüfung:
Nur ein Vorstellungsgespräch
Voll anerkannt in der EU