Gradual Training

Gradual Training

The UP MS offers three programmes each academic year.

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General Medicine

Degree: M.D.

Duration of training: 6 years (M.D.)

Number of available places: 180

Head of the programme: Prof. Ferenc Gallyas, MSc, PhD, DSc

The tuition fee for the academic year 2018/2019 is 16750 USD (9000 USD for the first and 7750 USD for the second semester).

Objectives of the study programme, structure and modules (practice), length, preparatory course.

The curriculum of the general medicine course in Pécs is designed to form a foundation upon which the future physician can build his or her medical knowledge in a continuously evolving profession. The program of instruction consists of six years of

pre-clinical and clinical studies (ten semesters and one year of clinical rotations). The curriculum is drawn up in the belief that direct experience with patients, either at the bedside or in the operating theatre, is fundamental to a sound medical education.

In the first or Basic module the students become familiar with the structure and functions of the healthy human body. In the second, Preclinical module the formation and features of the pathological processes are studied and the students become acquainted with the basic patient examination skills. In the Clinical module the specific diseases are taught and diagnostic and therapeutical skill of the students will be developed. Most of these studies are practical in nature mostly in the wards. Clinical rotation is a full practical year in wards. The students carry out mostly medical activity under control of the teachers.

The diploma issued by the Medical School is accepted by all European Union countries and several other countries (Norway, USA, Canada, Israel etc.)

Dentistry

Degree: D.M.D.

Duration of training: 5 years (D.M.D.)

Number of available places: 50

Head of the programme: Prof. Ferenc Gallyas, MSc, PhD, DSc

The tuition fee for the academic year 2018/2019 is 17350 USD* (9300 USD for the first and 8050 USD for the second semester).

*Please note that the annual tuition fee for Dentistry includes the cost of dental materials/semester.

The curriculum of the five year program (10 semesters) is designed to unify the basic and clinical sciences, as it is believed that scientific and professional development cannot be sharply separated but should proceed concurrently throughout the program.

In the Basic module of first two years the students are taught basic sciences – medical and dental courses – which are the foundation of clinical dentistry.

In the Pre-clinical module students become more familiar with the intensive clinical study of each of the various disciplines of dentistry that they continue with in the Clinical module with more emphasis on the assessment and management of patients. Furthermore, in this final module students participate in elective programs, clinical conferences and hospital based practices. After the successful completion of the program, students are awarded the title Doctor of Dentistry.

The diploma issued by the Medical School is accepted by all European Union countries and several other countries (Norway, USA, Canada, Israel etc.)

Pharmacy

Degree: Pharm.D.

Duration of training: 5 years (10 semesters)

Number of available places: 70

Head of the programme: Dr. Pál Perjési, C.Sc, Ph.D.

The tuition fee for the academic year 2017/2018 is 9900 USD (5200 USD for the first and 4700 USD for the second semester).

The Academic Programme offered by the School of Pharmacy leads to the degree of Pharm.D. This programme extends over a period of five years. It begins with an introduction to the basic sciences providing a basis for further pharmaceutical studies. In the second part of the programme, students take part in general and special pharmaceutical education at the university departments, teaching pharmacies, institutes, laboratories and pharmaceutical works.

The diploma programme consists of five years of basic and special studies. The first two years are devoted to the basic sciences. The 3rd, 4th and 5th years specifically concentrate on the special pharmaceutical sciences. After the 2nd, and the 3rd years, students take part in practical training in public pharmacies or at a pharmaceutical company in Hungary or in their home countries. In the 9th semester students must submit a written Thesis, and in the 10th semester they are engaged for 6 months in a practical training program in public and hospital pharmacies. After the practical training period, students take examinations in the presence of the State Board, where they have to prove their skills in pharmaceutical sciences (both practical and theoretical).

The PharmD diploma entitles the bearer to work in public and hospital pharmacies, laboratories, pharmaceutical works, pharmaceutical research institutes, international commercial trade of pharmaceuticals, and management of pharmaceutical materials.