5,5-year Master of Pharmacy programme
Area of Studies
Degree (in English)
Master of Pharmacy (uniform Master’s Degree)
5.5 years, 11 semesters semester
Faculty of Pharmacy with Subfaculty of Laboratory Medicine, Medical University of Gdańsk
Tuition and Other Fees
Tuition fee for the first to the six year of study 35 000 PLN per year,
Orientation Week fee 3 000 PLN
Deadline for application 15th of July 2019
Course ProfilePharmacists are experts in medications who work together with doctors, nurses and dentists as part of healthcare system. During our programme students will understand the science behind drug discovery, development and delivery along with how patients react to the medicines they take.
The 11-semester (5,5-year) pharmacy programme including 6-months pre-registration training in an approved pharmacy leads to the degree of Master of Pharmacy and allows for registration as a pharmacist in Poland. Polish registration is recognized in other EU member states. Programme starts with obligatory Orientation Week on September. The possibility to submit applications for the Fall 2019 recruitment will be launched on March.
Education RequirementsCandidates have to be at least High School graduates and are admitted on basis of their position on the ranking list. The position on the ranking list is based on the total amount of points achieved in the following:
1. The number of points calculated from their grades recorded in the official high school transcript/maturity certificate. Two grades out of the following four subjects are required and taken for evaluation: Chemistry (obligatory), and Biology Physics or Mathematics. Each of two required subjects has to be taught at the advanced level;
2. The number of points achieved during obligatory entrance exam in biology and chemistry at the High School level which is organized by the University. It will take a place either at Medical University of Gdańsk on 30th of July 2019 or at the selected location co-organized by official MUG recruitment partners (see website). Entrance exam consists of written part (MCQ test – for topics, example questions see website),
3. and if necessary (Admission Committee’s decision), interview based on English language proficiency, motivation and predisposition for medical profession and the knowledge of selected subjects.
Candidates with IB Diploma are selected on the basis of their scores from IB Diploma in chemistry HL (obligatory) and one selected subject from: biology, physics and mathematics HL, as well as score from an interview (see above). If candidate passed the subjects at the SL, mentioned above written part of entrance exam is required. Candidates have the possibility to apply via University Admissions Office www.admission.mug.edu.pl or via official MUG partners (recruitment companies).
Anna Kiszka, Paulina Zwolinska
phone: + 48 58 349 13 90
Medical University of Gdańsk
al. Zwyciestwa 41/42
M. Skłodowskiej-Curie 3a
80-210 Gdańsk, Poland
phone: + 48 58 349 13 90