Ostrava University of Medicine in Ostrava, Czech Republic

Ostrava University of Medicine in Ostrava, Czech Republic

Welcome to the youngest medical faculty in the Czech Republic – Ostrava University of Medicine. Based at a campus in the city’s Zábřeh district, the Faculty ranks among Central Europe’s most modern centres of teaching and research for both medical and non-medical fields. Currently the Faculty has around 1700 students in 27 degree programmes, with over 400 students graduating every year. Graduates are well-equipped to pursue careers in a wide range of medical and health care professions.

Teaching at the Faculty focuses on developing students’ practical skill sets by incorporating practical placements into the teaching system from the very first semester. The intake of students is limited in order to enable an individual approach; practical training is organized in small groups so that students can experience individual contact with patients. The Faculty uses a range of modern teaching equipment and methods, including simulators; we are also introducing a system of live broadcasts from selected operating theatres at the Ostrava University Hospital, which is a valuable teaching aid. The Faculty is also pioneering the use of simulation-based teaching methods using multimedia, practical simulation tools, and experimental teaching facilities.

The Academic year is divided into two semesters, each followed by an examination period.

Graduate Profile and Career Opportunities:      

The field of Master studies at Ostrava University of Medicine is completed with the Czech equivalent of an MD degree (MUDr. – Medicinae Universae Doctor) which is widely recognized in the European Union. Graduates work as doctors in state as well as private medical facilities.

The first four semesters of the General Medicine study programme encompass mostly theoretical subjects (anatomy, biology, biochemistry, biophysics, histology, physiology). Preclinical subjects (pathology, microbiology, pharmacology) are taught in semesters 5-7. Instruction in clinical subjects begins in the following semesters (internal medicine,surgery, pediatrics, obstetric and gynecology, neurology) together with subjects connected with public health care (social medicine, medical law). The whole sixth year is devoted to bedside training in internal medicine, surgery, gynaecology and obstetrics. The study is concluded in the 11th and 12th semester with final state examinations in internal medicine, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, preventive medicine and pediatrics.

DURATION OF STUDY – FEES: Ostrava University of Medicine
The duration of study for medicine at Ostrava University is 6 years and tuition is 8,500 Euro.

REGISTRATION: Ostrava University of Medicine
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