ENTRANCE PROCEDURE FOR MEDICAL STUDIES
|General medicine -||6 years study program|
|Dentistry -||5 years study program|
ENTRANCE PROCEDURE AT FACULTY OF MEDICINE
The entrance procedure for General Medicine and Dental Medicine consists of written test in Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The questions in the test are based on the disciplines taught in High School. The curriculum equals the programs of all European Faculties.
The first two years of General Medicine are dedicated to the basic disciplines such Anatomy, Histology, Embryology, Biophysics, medical Chemistry, Medical Terminology and Physiology. In the third and fourth year the preclinical subjects such as Pathological Anatomy, Pathological Physiology, Microbiology and Pharmacology are studied.
Student of the dental Course also study the basic disciplines during the first two years as well as Dental subject. In the third year students start Clinical subjects. The teaching of the theoretical and preclinical disciplines is provided at Institutes within the Faculty.
Education in clinical disciplines is concentrated in modern facilities of the Teaching Hospital. During the course of studying theoretical, preclinical and clinical disciplines, emphasis is placed upon using modern Computer Centre.
During the course of studies the student is, however, also supposed to demonstrate his scientific research ability.
Having completed the studies in both courses students are graduated at a tradition ceremony, receiving the Degree Doctor of Medicine, M.D.
In most disciplines, the teaching process is terminated by credit (according to European Community Course Credit Transfer System) and examination. As a rule, Course examinations are oral, in some cases combined with a written test. All degree programs are concluded by one or more State Final Examinations.