General Information – Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin
Both offered study courses, medicine and dentistry, are long-cycle Master’s programmes with a duration of 6, respectively 5 years.
Medicine: The general medicine long-cycle Master’s programme at the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin, has a duration of 6 years, i.e. 12 semesters. At the end of successful studies, the academic degree “Physician (MD)” will be awarded. Per academic year you have to absolve resp. acquire 60 ECTS. The overall amount of hours, of the seminars and practice units, during the six years, is 5710.
Dentistry: The dentistry long-cycle Master’s programme, at the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin, has a duration of 5 years, i.e. 10 semesters. At the end of successful studies, the academic degree “Dentist (DMD)” will be awarded. The first two years of the study serve to give an introduction and to impart medical essentials and preclinical study content. From third to fifth year, the focus lies on dental disciplines and clinical learning content. Per academic year you get/have to absolve 60 ECTS. The overall amount of hours, of the seminars and practice units, during the five years, is 5000.
Szczecin is the historical capital of western Pomerania. The city is located at the River Oder, south of the Szczecin Lagoon. The distance to the German-Polish border is 12 kilometers, the distance to the Baltic Sea about 60 kilometers and 150 kilometers to Berlin. Due to its geographic location, the city unites numerous transit routes.
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