“With traditions and knowledge in the service of the region” - runs the slogan of the Medical School, one of UP’s faculties that won the title of “the Centre of Excellence” in 2006.
With a past of over a century, the School follows the substantial development in biology and the medical sciences closely, and offers internationally recognised, high-quality training in general medicine, dentistry and pharmacy at the graduate level, and in pharmacological studies, theoretical clinical and multidisciplinary medical sciences at the doctoral level.
The English language medical training program has been producing graduates recognised all over the world since 1985. In an answer to strong demand, the School launched a German language program in 2005, followed by dentistry training in English in 2005. As of 2006 dentistry is also offered in German.
In addition to being UP's training and research centre in the medical sciences, the School is also the most important health care centre in the region. It is an intellectual workshop, where research and daily practice, teaching and the provision of health care services enhance each other's efficiency. This is also the origin of the School's mission: to create a bridge between theoretical sciences and practice through training highly qualified specialists; a bridge with two pillars, scientific research of an international level on the one hand, and the provision of medical treatment as the most important duty. The two pillars are connected by teaching, where the main goal is to train the best possible specialists who can extend the School's influence over to the broader region, the entire Transdanubian area, and even beyond the borders of the country.
The institution trains general practitioners, dentists and pharmacists, while it gains its dynamism from recognising the complexity of teaching, research and medical treatment. The School works in close co-operation with the Clinical Centre and the Faculty of Health Sciences under the aegis of the Co-ordination Centre of Medicine and Health Sciences. 25 clinics, 23 theoretical institutes and over 500 physicians, research workers and theoretical scientists participate in the training work.
The School's library has several thousand publications, and provides access to online databases too. Accredited exams in foreign languages for medical specialists, developed by the staff of the School, can also be taken here. The School's central building and its Rohmányi György Assembly Hall, accommodating an audience of 800, is a popular venue not only for special exhibitions but also for high quality regional artistic events. Confabula, a student newspaper, and Vox Medicata, a mixed choir often touring abroad, offer students an opportunity to conduct extracurricular activities. The Pécs section of the Hungarian Association of Medical Students organises nationally renowned preventive programs, one of its unique initiatives being the Teddy Bear Hospital for children.
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Studies in English
Studies in German
Dean of the Faculty
General Medicine in English
Dentistry in English
- Ms. Klára Somodi
Head of the English Student Service Center
Tel./ Fax: +36 72/ 536-110
Medical Biotechnology MSc Programme
- Ms. Judit Kósa
Tel: +36 72/ 536-528
Fax: +36 72/ 536-289
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General Medicine in German
Dentistry in German
- Mrs. Kramm Anikó
Head of the German Student Service Center
Tel.: +36 72/ 536-117
Fax: +36 72/ 536-119
- Ms. Anett Tomózer
Tel.: +36 72/ 536-358
Fax: +36 72/ 536-359
University of Pécs
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