Study in Poland - Bydgoszcz



Collegium Medicum (CM) is a part of one of the best universities in Poland, Nicolaus Copernicus University. It is its center for Medical Education where it runs Medicine, Nursing and Physiotherapy programs in English. CM is a leading Medical University thanks to its constant development and growth, it is the most popular Polish medical school in Ireland with the number of Irish students increasing dynamically. With its group of international students growing year by year, Collegium Medicum keeps an exceptionally low student-lecturer ratio keeping a very high level of education quality.

It is now placed among the most popular and well-recognized developing Universities in this part of Europe.

The advantage of applying with the Medical Poland Admissions Office is constant support from the application to graduation.


Listen to Artur explaining how to apply to Collegium Medicum:


  1. Biology + Chemistry/Physics (2 sciences) on applicant's final exam (e.g. Leaving Cert/A-Levels*)
  2. Application form
  3. Personal Statement (1-page long, explaining applicant's motivation to study Medicine)
  4. Copy of passport
  5. Health Certificate
  6. Eligibility letter -if applicable **

Please send the documents listed along with the scan of confirmation of application fee payment to:

Test (50 questions, Online): in Biology (15), Anatomy (15), Chemistry (12), Physics (8) + interview (Online, questions on Biology, Chemistry and Anatomy + motivation). The candidate is invited for the interview after passing the test (min. 50% from the test).


It is not required to sit or pass HPAT exams to study medicine in Poland.

*or mocks results/letter from school/teacher with applicant's predicted grades in those subjects if one applies before they have sat the final high school exam

**a document confirming your right to apply to all types of higher education institutions in the country within which the certificate was issued - if this is not stated in your secondary school leaving certificate

Last update: 11.05.2023


Listen to Andrea and her parents to learn the first-hand perspective on Collegium Medicum.

  • Collegium Medicum is a part of Nicolaus Copernicus University, one of the oldest in Poland
  • Programmes through English since 2009
  • More than 300 international students
  • Highly qualified, welcoming lecturers with an international educational experience
  • State-of-the-art university facilities
  • Medical simulation centre furnished with the most advanced training equipment (students practice clinical skills on highly realistic phantoms or inside the ambulance)
  • Library designed to meet foreign students' highest expectations with its modern equipment and easy access to a wide variety of materials in English (offering, among others, an access to Ackland's anatomy multimedia resources or EBSCO Ebook Collection with over 10 000 medical ebooks inside)
  • All the facilities within - walking distance



Collegium Medicum by Andrzej Romański


Applying to Collegium Medicum:

  1. University application fee - 85 PLN (approx. 20 EUR)
  2. Preparatory Course – 2 000 PLN (approx. 440 EUR) – non-obligatory preparatory course for freshmen (September)
  3. Tuition fee - 58 000 PLN/year (approx. 12 800 EUR/year)

Last update: 11.05.2023


  • The international community of Irish, British & Scandinavian students is growing year by year and getting more and more active
  • Irish group organizes Irish Days in town to promote their culture.
  • They celebrate national holidays together. Check on the invitation they prepared for St. Patrick's day celebration.

Student's house no.3 welcomes international students:

  • Each room has a private bathroom with a toilet, sink, shower, toilet cabinet
  • There is a kitchen for each pair of single and double rooms (i.e. shared by 2 or 4 students).
  • Students have access to a quiet study room and recreation room, where they can organize social events and meetings.
  • The building has a wheelchair ramp and offers rooms with bathrooms for people with disabilities.
  • Free Internet access (In each room there is an internet socket. Moreover, the building is connected to the wireless network)


Beautiful Bydgoszcz, located by the Brda river in central Poland, is famous for its architecture and double 'M'; meaning Medicine and Music. Inhabited by more than 360 000 people, it is still very cosy and easy to move around in, as the city bike system used here is the most popular one in the country. There's an airport with direct flights to Dublin and London, and it only takes 1.5 hours to travel to Poznan by train(and about 3 hours to Warsaw, the capital). All this makes Bydgoszcz just perfect for those who seek an inexpensive and comfortable Polish city to study medicine in.

Popular attractions:

  • Mill Island
  • Old Town
  • Opera Nova
  • Tightrope Walker - sculpture
  • Museum of Soap
  • Exploseum
  • Myslecinek City Park (the biggest city park in the country)
  • Brda river banks


Bydgoszcz by Robert Sawicki





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