The Medical University of Lodz is one of the largest state-owned medical universities and one of the leading research centers in Poland.
The Medical University of Łódź was founded on October 1, 2002, as a merger of the Medical Academy of Łódź and the Military Medical Academy of Łódź. It comprises 6 research institutes, 49 chairs, 7 fully equipped university teaching hospitals with a total capacity of 2900 beds, as well as 438,000 specialist consultations every year in specialist outpatient clinics, in addition to the collaboration with 22 international universities.
Presently over 900 foreign students from various countries attend medical and dental programs taught entirely in English.
Lodz is one of the biggest Polish cities that has its own unique atmosphere. It features fine Art Nouveau architecture, a rowdy nightlife and the most famous Polish film school. A typical visit to Łódź starts with a walk along Piotrkowska Street – one of the most famous streets in Poland and a long walking promenade with shops, cafes, restaurants.
Manufaktura is a favorite spot for both locals and visitors. This show stopping red-brick, multi-storey shopping mall and leisure center has been brought to life thanks to an epic renovation project of former industrial textile factories. In addition to several bars, restaurants and cafes, the complex includes a theater and cinema, the Art Museum and the Factory Museum, which recounts the long and interesting history of the site. The enviable list of attractions also includes a climbing wall, bowling alley, an urban beach with deckchairs and a zip line offering a bird’s-eye view of Manufaktura for braver visitors.
If you decide to study at the Medical University of Lodz – there are plenty of accommodation options available. You can choose one of our Students’ Halls of Residence. Here you will feel at home serviced by a helpful English-speaking staff and surrounded by your fellow students who will help you in the orientation process. The dorms represent various levels of housing conditions which are reflected in the rent.
At present, the Medical University of Lodz has over 1600 hospital beds in Teaching Hospitals that provide medical services for patients, being the essential base for research work and undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. University Teaching Hospitals and University-affiliated departments constitute a basic source for highly specialized diagnostic and treatment services provided by professors, associate professors and specialists of various medical disciplines who take care of health needs of the Lodz region community and promote health-related programs.
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