Medical University
Medical, health and sport sciences
Long cycle Master's Programme (9-12 semesters)
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
5 years (10 semesters)
Tuition fee: 
13.200 EUR for the 1st year; 13.000 EUR/year for years from the 2nd to the 5th
Degree awarded: 
Lekarz dentysta /English equivalent DMD (Doctor of Dental Medicine)
Scholarships available: 
Application deadline: 
Wednesday, 31 July, 2024
Day of semester start: 
Tuesday, 1 October, 2024
Credits (ECTS): 
300 for the entire program
Admission requirements: 
  • A high school diploma or a secondary school leaving certificate or equal as GCE A-level certificates or IB and EB diplomas qualifying for admission to a university or a medical school in the home country.
  • Extended level of knowledge in 2 of the following subjects: Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Mathematics – documented by the above mentioned school leaving certificates/diplomas. The grades required should be above the average. The above knowledge is to be verified during the MS Teams entrance exam.
  • English competency written and spoken confirmed by the respective certificates as CAE, CPE, TOEFL IBT (minimum 75 points), IELTS (min 6.0 points) if the secondary education was not conducted in English. The command of English of candidates who cannot present any of the above certificates will be assessed during the entrance exam.

5-year DMD program

The Division of Dentistry at the Medical University of Lodz realizes a 5-year DMD program in the English language, with a complex medical-dental curriculum.

Dentistry studies in Lodz are a perfect combination of tradition and experience with modern technologies. The Institute of Dentistry (top in Europe) with the new Teaching Centre is an ultra-modern complex able to simultaneously accommodate 2500 students. Dental education begins in special phantom rooms, with the design oriented towards improving students’ practical skills through simulation of their future clinical work. In 2012 a new Teaching Centre, one of the most modern clinical centers in Europe, was opened with new classrooms and lecture halls, complete with computer-compatible projectors and PA systems.

The main goal of the dental studies is to educate in a modern way well-qualified dental practitioners able to enter the profession of a Doctor of Dental Medicine (lat. Doctor Medicinae Dentium– pol. Lekarz dentysta) with excellent clinical skills, able to conduct scientific research, provide professional dental health care based on human approach, and teach dental students.