The Medical University of Lodz is the largest public medical university in Poland.
Its mission is focused on:
Over 450 have already graduated. The programs are taught entirely in English and are recognised in the UK.
The University is also recognised by the United States Department of Education and the relevant Student loan authorities in US and so financial aid is available, however only for US students and not for UK students.
Four teaching hospitals owned by the University with over 1600 beds make a grand base for graduate and postgraduate clinical education as well as for scientific programs. The additional 34 wards and departments of municipal hospitals are used for teaching purposes.
The high level of diagnostic and treatment services rendered by the Medical University teaching hospitals is reflected by its position in the most popular hospital rankings. In the nationwide classification, the 36 hospital departments are ranked among the top ten in their specialities.
The Dentistry Teaching Center is equipped with new generation dental and phantom units placing the MUL center among the top-quality medical education centers in Europe.
Apply now to secure your place at Medical University of Lodz and start studying medicine or dentistry in Europe from October this year!
Łódź, the third-largest city in Poland, is located in the central part of the country. It has a population
of over 600,000 people. After Poland regained its independence in 1918, Łódź grew to be one of the
largest Polish cities and one of the most multicultural and industrial centers in Europe.
The most notable and recognizable landmark of the city is Piotrkowska Street, which remains the high-
street and main tourist attraction in the city, runs north to south for a little over five kilometres (3.1 miles).
This makes it one of the longest commercial streets in the world. Most of the building façades, many of
which date back to the 19th century, have been renovated. It is the site of most restaurants, bars and
cafes in Łódź’s city centre.
Łódź has one of the best museums of modern art in Poland. Muzeum Sztuki has three branches, two of
which (ms1 and ms2) display collections of 20th and 21st century art. The newest addition to the
museum, ms2 was opened in 2008 in the Manufaktura complex. The unique collection of the Museum is
presented in an unconventional way: instead of a chronological lecture on the development of art, works
of art representing various periods and movements are arranged into a story touching themes and motifs
important for the contemporary public. The third branch of Muzeum Sztuki, located in one of the city’s
many industrial palaces, also has more traditional art on display, presenting works by European and
Polish masters such as Stanisław Wyspiański and Henryk Rodakowski.
Łódź is served by the national motorway network, an international airport, and long-distance and regional
railways. It is at the centre of a regional and commuter rail network operating from the city’s various train stations. Bus and tram services are operated by a municipal public transport company. There are 130 km (81 mi) of bicycle routes throughout the city.