Discussion in 'Medical Students Cafe' started by Egyptian Doctor, Mar 22, 2011.
I'm in Ukraine and it takes 6 years
Hello, i am Nurse but In Greece ... takes 6 years the UNIVERSITY
1 year intership in a public hospital (non necessary calling it 'agrotiko') after the speciallity takes 4-5-6 years maxm it depends
In Hungary :
6 years Medical School:
pre-clinical and clinical studies (ten semesters and one year of clinical rotations). The curriculum is drawn up in the belief that direct experience with patients, either at the bedside or in the operating theatre, is fundamental to a sound medical education.
In the first or Basic module the students become familiar with the structure and functions of the healthy human body. In the second
Preclinical module the formation and features of the pathological processes are studied and the students become acquainted with the basic patient examination skills.
In the Clinical module the specific diseases are taught and diagnostic and therapeutical skill of the students will be developed. Most of these studies are practical in nature mostly in the wards.
Clinical rotation is a full practical year in wards. The students carry out mostly medical activity under control of the teachers.
After the Medical School:
2 years Resident
1-4 year candidate for specialist doctor
6 years for full medical degree and 6 years more
Hi! I'm from La Paz-Bolivia and it takes:
2 years of basic medicine
3 years of clinical medicine, and
1 year of internship
Hi. In Venezuela, the medicine career is about 6 years, and the last year is the "internado rotatorio" (Being a Intern in a public hospital) in Internal Medicine, Gyn-Ob, Pediatrics and Surgery areas. Later, the physician must work 2 years in the public health as "Médico General o Médico Integral" (General Practitioner) in a "Consultorio/Ambulatorio" (community health center).
Hello , in Algeria 3 years of pre-clinical + 3years of clinical + one year intership
I'm from Poland and it takes 6 years at the university (the 6th year is the practical training but still carried on by the university and there are exams) and then 1 year of internship. During the internship we take a national exam that we have to pass to have the right to work as a doctor. Then we can choose a specialty that lasts 4-6 years depending on what specialty this is.
is higher studies payful in Poland ? for 6years .? and Residency also had it to be paid ? thanks in advance
In Poland studies are free, but in case of medicine you can attend free studies or paid studies which are the same with that difference that you have to pay or not. The fee for paid studies in Poland is about 30000zł/1year (which is about 7000 euro) for studies in polish and about 11000 euro for studies in english. Of course it is more difficult to get admitted to free studies (these are only in polish). So I have 6 years of free studies, and then during that one year of internship I'm getting paid and during the specialty we're getting more money than during the internship.
Also first 3 years are considered as pre-clinical and next 3 clinical. But in fact it's not really true. For example at my university during the second year except from pre-clinical courses we also have clinical genetics where we have contact with patients and during the third year we have dermatology and propedeutics of: internal medicine, surgery and pediatrics. Also radiology and nuclear medicine.
I am from Nepal, I am doing Bachelors of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery.
It takes 4.5 yrs of study and 1 year internship
In Cambodia, it takes 8 years for full degree.
It tooks me 12 years to have my ENT practionar licence :/ 7years for !degree
Well, I am from Nigeria , it takes somebody to study medicine in Nigeria up to 6 yr , 3 for basic sciences and 3 for clinical science. 12 complete months for internship and 1yr for serving country. by then you are free to start residency.
I am from Bangladesh and it takes 6 years here.
Curriculum is same as commonwealth coountries.
Hi, Colombia 5 Years, 1 year for internship, then 1 year more in warzone or far away towns to get your medical license, (Rural)
It takes 2.5 years of basic medicine, 2.5 years of clinical medicine, after that 1 year of internship and 1 year of what we call "social/community service" (with a a temporary license). After those 7 yearse you become a GP.
I am from India but studying medicine in philipines
18 months bs pre med.
4 years medicine
1 year internship
5 years medicine 1 year internship
For Nigeria, Africa
Six years med school--3years pre-med and 3years clincal
1year youth service(compulsory, myou work in locales and refer serious cases to teaching hospital, it is just like a primary health care)
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