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With a quarter of a million of books, the Semmelweis University has one of the biggest medical-biological collections among the Hungarian universities Semmelweis produces the greatest number of publications. The university is deeply involved in the patient care of the Great-Budapest region. Out of its 3000 clinical beds 75 % takes part in the regional medical care and some special outpatients' departments also supply the teaching hospitals with patients needed by the training.

The General Medicine program is listed by the World Health Organization and it is recognized without any licensing examinations in all European Union countries (- applies to the nationals of the member countries.)

The program leading to the Doctor of Medicine degree, consist of six years: two years of general medical studies, three years of clinical studies and one year of a rotating internship. The international programs in Medicine started in 1983 in German and in 1984 in English. Each year approximately 120 international students are enrolled at the English program mostly from Israel, Norway, Cyprus, Iran and USA.

The Semmelweis University seeks motivated candidates for the program with a solid background in Biology and Chemistry. In addition to these subjects the student has to pass an entrance exam in English as well. The application deadline is in April and the course starts in September. Entrance exams are arranged in Cyprus. For further details contact us.