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Berlin Medical Academy offers you the best possible preparation to study medicine in Europe

While studying medicine at any of the European medical universities will give you a first-class education, we have partnered with a select number of medical universities to help further facilitate your application process.

The partner universities listed below have been selected based on our years of experience with their excellent programs, their exceptional facilities, reputation, and feedback from our students. Berlin Medical Academy graduates who have studied at these schools have gone on to have successful careers throughout the European Union and in their home countries.

When choosing where to study medicine in Europe, remember to ask us about our partner universities, and take advantage of Berlin Medical Academy’s connections to these respected institutions.

The University of Warsaw was established in 1809. For over 200 years, the school has produced highly trained doctors. Today it is the largest school of medicine in Poland, and one of the most prestigious.

The faculty at MUW has a national and international reputation for the study of medicine in Poland, and for being at the forefront of science and medical practice.

Programs of study

The University of Warsaw offers a number of programs in English, among them general medicine and dentistry.

This Polish medical university program in English was established in 1993.

Location

The University of Warsaw is located in the capital city of Poland, one of the more dynamic and fast-developing cities of Eastern Europe. Warsaw is a centre for politics and economics,  with social and cultural significance. The city is increasingly highly ranked in the world as an attractive place to live.

Warsaw hosts over 200,000 foreign students a year.

Other European cities are easily accessible from Warsaw by various means of public transportation and international airports.

For more information please contact our admissions team. We’re always glad to help you.

Charles University is the oldest and largest university in the Czech Republic. Founded in 1348, it was the first university in Central Europe. In 1953 three faculties were created out of the single Prague Medical Faculty. 

The second faculty of medicine is based at Motol University Hospital, where teaching also takes place. Theoretical subjects are mostly taught at the theoretical and pre-clinical departments in Motol (Plzeňská Campus); some clinical teaching takes place in the clinics and departments of Na Bulovce Hospital and at the Military University Hospital. The students also have internships and practical training in other hospitals.

Teaching also takes place at prestigious workplaces at the Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine (IKEM), Military University Hospital Prague, Na Bulovce Hospital and others.

The faculty’s main objective is to provide high-quality medical work and increase medical knowledge by training skilled doctors and carrying out research work.

The Second Faculty of Medicine provides secondary school graduates with a six-year full-time course of general medicine. The course in English has been running since 1992 and, besides the standard national accreditation, it is accredited by the Medical Board of California, which makes it easier for the students to apply for jobs in the United States of America.

For more information please contact our admissions team. We’re always glad to help you.

A small school with a great reputation, this Olomouc university boasts a strong medical programme that added an English curriculum about 20 years ago for the study of General Medicine and recently added its Dentistry program. 

Located in central Moravia, Palacký University in Olomouc’s graduates are well respected and practice medicine and dentistry in hospitals and institutions around the world, including the Mayo Clinic and Harvard University.

Nearly 2000 students in medical fields choose to study here due to the Olomouc university’s excellent record in education and research, with about 400 learning in English.

Palacký University of Olomouc is a progressive institution, emphasizing an individual approach, and has become one of the fastest growing schools of its kind. It prepares students for clinical practice so that care and kindness are part of patient care.

For more information please contact our admissions team. We’re always glad to help you.

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Founded in 1961, The European University Cyprus has six faculties of study, including the Faculty of Medicine. The six-year medical program offered in English to international students means that graduates are qualified to work throughout the EU, as well as many countries around the world. 

By studying medicine in Cyprus at this modern private university, students will receive a medical education that focuses on innovative teaching methods, with a holistic view of administering treatment, and dynamic competency-based learning. Furthermore, students at the European University of Cyprus have the opportunity to participate in clinical internships from the first year of study. These internships help guide students to the importance of patient communication from the very start.

The new campus of the European University Cyprus is located in the Cypriot capital of Nicosia, and offers the perfect conditions for studying abroad, with modern facilities and well-equipped laboratories, lecture halls, libraries and student residences. Cyprus is the EU’s third-biggest investor in education, and this is evident at this prestigious insitution.

For more information please contact our admissions team. We’re always glad to help you.

Saint Camillus International University of Health and Medical Sciences (UniCamillus) – is a university located in Rome which is exclusively dedicated to Health and Medical Sciences. 

UniCamillus welcomes students from all over the world and trains them to become physicians or health professionals versatile and focused also on diseases of underprivileged countries.

The mission of the University is inspired by Camillus De Lellis: at the end of the 16th century he contributed substantially to defining criteria and organisation of an efficient healthcare system, by drawing up and implementing the first modern procedure of hospital care, establishing the basic principles of respect and dignity of the patient.

For more information please contact our admissions team. We’re always glad to help you.

Szeged is the third-largest city in Hungary and is located in the south of the country. The University of Szeged is one of Hungary’s leading universities, with the Faculty of Medicine, Laureate Albert Szent-Györgyi, being named after the former Dean and Nobel laureate. 

The University of Szeged focuses on research, with modern facilities, and was ranked as the best university in Hungary in 2016. International relations are a high priority here, with many links with Erasmus and partner universities.

For more information please contact our admissions team. We’re always glad to help you.

Founded in 1367, the University of Pécs is one of the oldest largest academic institutions offering medical degrees in Hungary, and it gives students an enormous variety of study opportunities. The Faculty of Medicine was founded more than 100 years ago, and educates students in the subjects of General Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacology. English-language medical degree programs in Hungary have been available at the University of Pécs since 1985, and the Pécs medical school is part of a large network of international research institutions, partnerships and university networks. They were awarded the Best Practice Award in 2016, which values the internationalization of higher education. 

For more information please contact our admissions team. We’re always glad to help you.

The University of Nicosia (UNIC) is the largest university in Southern Europe that teaches primarily in English, with more than 12,000 students from over 70 countries coming together in an innovative and transformative learning space. 

Over the past two decades, the University of Nicosia has led the development of life and health sciences programmes in Cyprus. The University of Nicosia started the first medical programme in Cyprus in 2011 by offering the St George’s, University of London Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) graduate-entry programme.

More than 850 students from 64 countries around the world are enrolled in the Medical School, coming from as far away as the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

In addition to their achievements in medical education and research, students also benefit from world-class faculty members, experienced and supportive staff, international partnerships, and state-of-the-art facilities and learning resources. The student-centred curriculum allows for the early development of clinical skills and reasoning, and promotes collaborative learning, critical thinking and reflection, skills that are essential for your future career in medicine.

Our graduates are practising physicians across the world, including the USA, Canada, UK, Australia other EU countries, Israel and Lebanon.

For more information please contact our admissions team. We’re always glad to help you.

The Semmelweis University is the oldest university in Hungary, and is located in the capital city of Budapest. Today, Semmelweis University is also one of Hungary’s largest healthcare providers, offering healthcare to over 2.3 million patients every year.

The capital of Hungary, Budapest is known as the “Little Paris of Middle Europe” and stretches along the beautiful Danube river. It has two sides, Buda and Pest, each bringing different characteristics to the city and its lifestyle.

For more information please contact our admissions team. We’re always glad to help you.

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