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8000
Students enrolled in this school.
4
Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
4
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

The first Poznan academic school, known as the Lubransky Academy, was created in 1519. Four hundred years later, a university in Poznan, called Piast University, was founded. Its name was derived from the first Polish royal dynasty.

What are the admissions criteria?

The deadline for admission is July 31st.  Applicants need to complete and biology entrance exam (online), an interview, and show high scores from previous biology courses.  Recommendation letters are also required. All applicants must also submit a copy of their passport, and applicants from non-anglophone countries or high schools must show proof of English proficiency. 

What is student life like?

Those students who decide to come to Poznan for the duration of their medical studies may be surprised with the variety of opportunities for fun and entertainment, historical and cultural explorations, recreational and sports activities, artistic events, and just plain socializing that will become part of their experience here in the city as well as in the entire Wielkopolska region. As a typical, multicultural college town, it is bustling with student traffic while they traverse the City on their way to 8 public universities and over 10 private ones. At night, Poznan comes alive with numerous clubs, pubs, cafes, restaurants, and theaters. Poznan is a pleasant city to live in, with helpful people all around, easy to navigate due to its modest size, and offering a lot of interesting history and beautiful architecture.

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Housing options.

Housing in the student residences ranges from 80–120 euros per month for a double room and 95–135 euros per month for a single.

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