The English program of dentistry consists of five successive academic years of dental, preclinical and clinical studies and is adapted to the common European program, in keeping with the European admission standards for dental education. Part I of the study, the preclinical (or theoretical) two years at the Dental School, is devoted to the following subjects: basocs of medical chemistry, biophysics, molecular biology, human anatomy, prosthodontics preclinical, history of medicine, Latin, medical first aid and resuscitation. Preclinical dental courses include: anatomy of teeth, physiology of masticatory systems, ergonomics in dentistry, dental materials, social dentistry, preclinical restorative dentistry and preclinical endodontics. Foreign students must take a course in the Polish language during these two years in order to be able to communicate with the patients from the third year onwards. Part II of the study, the clinical third years, starts in the third year with pathomorphology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, microbiology, immunology. The whole medical spectrum of clinical sciences will be covered by the end of the fi fth year, which includes: internal diseases, general surgery, pediatrics, physiology of pregnancy, neurology, infectious diseases, dermatology with venerology, ophthalmology, radiology, otolaryngology, forensic medicine, clinical pharmacology, gerodentistry and general oncology. Clinical dental courses include: restorative dentistry, prosthodontics, dental surgery, orthodontics, paediatrics dentistry, periodontology, dental radiology, maxillofacial surgery and oral mucosa diseases. After successfully completing all the work required during these fi ve years, and after having completed all the prescribed examinations, the student (shall be granted the professional title "Doctor of Dental Medicine – DMD") receives Diploma, i.e. (dyplom ukończenia studiów magisterskich na kierunku lekarsko-dentystycznym z tytułem zawodowym lekarza dentysty). Students will be required to attend the lectures, seminars, lab classes, clinical demonstrations, rounds and other activities prescribed in the Curriculum, including clinical training with night and weekend attendance. A four-week full-time ambulatory training is obligatory during the summer vacation in July–September, starting after the fi rst year of studies and proceeding throughout the next four years. This practice may be done in your own country or in any other country.