INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES

(forwarding address: recruitment.dentistry@wum.edu.pl) 


The preliminary results will be available on June 11th.

The final results- on July 12th.



The 5- year Dental program is offered to High School graduates. The program adopted to the EU standards offers more than 5000 hours of learning and 300 ECTS.

2021- 2022 REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TO THE 5- YEAR DENTAL MEDICINE PROGRAM

To be eligible to apply, you must:

- Have a high school- leaving examination certificate or secondary education diploma or equivalent which entitles you to be considered for admission to a university program in the country it was obtained.

- Take our competncy test or the BMAT, DAT, MCAT, GAMSAT or UKCAT.

- Have passing grades in Biology, Chemistry and Physics or Maths on your high school- leaving examination certificate or secondary education diploma or equivalent.

- Prove English language proficency.

- Register in the Online application system.

These requirements pertain to everyone applying to the Medical University of Warsaw 5- year Dental Medicine Program, including IB or EB students, as well as Polish or international students.


I. A candidate will be admitted to the studies according to the qualification score, based on two criteria:

1. results of the baccalaureate examination (matura) or the high- school final examination or an examination taken abroad, confirmed with the graduation certificate of secondary education or a certificate on the results of the baccalaureate examination or the IB diploma or the EB diploma or another documents (certificate/ diploma) issued outside the Republic of Poland entiting to apply for the admission to higher studies in Poland, converted into the qualification points according to the rules specified in Part II below;

2. results of the competency test conducted by the MUW that will be converted into the qualification points according to the rules specified in Part III below or results of the written DAT (Dental Admission Test) or BMAT (Biomedical Admissions Test) confirmed with a certificate issued by the Cambridge Assesment Admission Testing or results of the written standarized MCAT examination or the UKCAT examination or the GAMSAT examination, confirmed with a proper certificate, converted  into the qualification points (1:1; maximum score: 100).

Qualification result = 40% of the qualification score under criterion 1) + 60% of the tripled qualification score under criterion 2)


II. Qualification according to the rusults under Part I Clause 1):

1. The candidates who have obtained the graduation certificate of secondary education upon taking the baccalaureate examination/ certificate on the results of the baccalaureate examination will be qualified according to the results  of the baccalaureate examination in:

- biology- examination (high level);

- chemistry- examination (high level);

 - physics and astronomy (or physics) or mathematics- examination (standard or high level), converted into qualification points.

In the case of physics and astronomy (or physics) and mathematics  the following rule will be applied:

a). the physics and stronomy examination result or the physics examination result (standard level) will be converted into the qualification poins using the 0.9 multiplier, and the high level examination result- using the 1.0 multiplier;

b). the mathematics examination (standard level) will be converted into the qualification points using the 0.7 multiplier, and the high level examination- using the 1.0 multiplier.

2. The candidates who have obtained the EB diploma or the IB diploma or a certificate or other documents issued in the member states of the European Union (EU), the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) or the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) will be qualified according to the baccalaureate examination results in:

a). biology- written examination (high level);

b). chemistry- written examination (high level);

c). physics or mathematics- written examination (standard level or high level), and in the case of mathematics- mathematical studies standard level or mathematics standard level or high level), converted into the qualification points.

The rules of converting  the IB diploma grades or the grades in certificates or other documents issued in the countries specified above into the qualification points are provided for in Appendix No. 22.

The IB diploma results in physics passed at the standard level will be converted into the qualification points using the 0.9 multiplier, and in the case of mathematics in the IB diplomas- mathematical studies standard level- the 0.7 multiplier or the mathematics standard level- the 0.85 multiplier.

The EB diploma results will be converted into the qualification points according to the formula: result x 10 in the case of high level examinations, and in the case of physics and mathematics results of basic level examinations according to the formula: result x 9 (physics) and result x 7 (mathematics).

In the case of the other certificates the following rules will be applied to physics and mathematics results:

a). physics examination result  (standard level) will be converted into the qualification points using the 0.9 multiplier, and the high level physics examination reult- using the 1.0 multiplier,

b). mathematics examination result  (standard level) will be converted  into the qualification  points using the 0.7 multiplier, and the high level mathematics examination result- using the 1.0 multiplier.

2. The candidates who have obtained the graduation certificate of secondary education  upon passing the high- school final examination or the certificate/ diploma or another document entitling to apply for the admission to higher studies in the Repulblic of Poland, issued outside Poland in countries other than the EU, OECD or EFTA member states will be qualified according to the reults in the following subjects (multipliers as apecified in Appendix No. 22):

1). biology- grade equivalent to the high level of the written baccalaureate examination;

2). chemistry- grade equivalent to the high level of the written baccalaureate examination;

3). physics and astronomy or physics or mathematics- grade equivalent to the basic or high level of the written baccalaureate examination,

converted into the qualification points.

In the case of physics and astronomy (or physics) and mathematics the following rule will apply:

1). physics and astronomy examination result  or physics  examination result (standard level) will be converted  into the qualification points using the 0.9 multiplier, and the high level examination result- using the 1.0 multiplier,

2). mathematics examination result (standard level) will be converted into the qualification points using the 0.7 multiplier, and the high level examination result- using the 1.0 multiplier.

3). if a document reffered to in Clause 2 and 3 does not specify the examination level and there is no documented confirmation that the obtained result is equivalent to the high level the given resultwill be treated  as equivalent to the standard level in respect of the graduation certificates of secondary education upon passing the high- school final examination and in respect of the other certificates issued by the year 2005.

4). if the required subject is not included in a certificate a candidate can take the examination in the given subject, organized by the MUW (biology, chemistry, physics). The maximum qualification in a subject is 100. The scope of examination reqiurementes must be determined and published by the Chairman of the Faculty Admission  Board in agreement with the Dean of the Dental Program by December 15th, 2020.

III. Qualification according to the results under Part I Clause 2):

1). The competency test will be conducted in English and it will focus on the verification of understnding the rules of biology, chemistry and physics, as well as the ability to think logically.

2). The scopre of examination  requirements must be determined and published  by the Chairman of the Faculty Enrolment Commitee in agreement with the Dean of the Medical Program by December 15th, 2020. The examination will be taken in the electronic form but an on- site examination is also possible. The examination will be conducted for candidates grouped according to their country of residence, at locations and dates  determined by the Chairman of the Faculty Enrolment Committee.

A candidate will be admitted to the examination upon the application form filled in by the candidate in the Internet Candidate Registration system. The examination results are published as a score; for every properly handled excercise 1 point is granted. The examination will be conducted  at dates published according to the rules specified. in Appendix No. 25. The University reserves the right to conduct interveiws with specific candidates.

IV. Required documents confirming the fluency in English:

The candidates who have been qualified to the admission to the studies (not applicable to the candidates whose mother tongue is English and the candidates who have taken the baccalaureate examination in English) must present a certificate of an examination verifying their fluency in English at a level that makes it possible to study. The CERF B2 level must be confirmed with the following certificates: IELTS 6.5 points; TOEFL oBT- at least 87 points and at least 3.5 points of the TWE, TOEFL PBT- at least 510 points (test) (at least 80 points in the computer system), TOEIC- 700 or equivalent.

In the case of the candidates who have obtained the grduation certificate of secondary education upon taking the baccalaureate examination the result of the written examination in English (advanced level) of at least 83% willbe taken into account. If a candidate presenting a graduation certificate of secondary education obtained after taking the baccalaureate examination does not have at least the above grade in English he/she must present  the CERF B2 language certificate confirming his/her fluency in English according to the above rules.

In respect of the candidates from Scandinavian countries  the grade included in the graduation  certificate  of secondary  education will be taken into account. The minimum  grades in the case of the candidates representing Scandinavian countries:

1). candidates from Norway- 4;

2). candidates fro  Sweden- C (VG);

3). candidates from Denmark- 7.

If a candidate from a Scandinavian country does not have at least the grade specified above he/she must present the CERF B2 language certificate confirming his/her fluency in English according to the above rules.

Information for all applicants:

Admission requirement and criteria for the 5- year dentistry program at the Medical University of Warsaw:

1). Register on-line on (remember your password):

https://recruitment.wum.edu.pl/irk/irk/strony/rejestracjakandydata.html 

2). Fill in the required fields in the on-line admission system.

Every completed stage is marked green.

Uncompleted stages are marked red.

Remember to choose date and the place of the entrance exam.

3). Follow the instructions and enclose the reuired documents including:

- English language certificate,

- copy of your valid passport,

- confirmation of the application fee payment,

- and the other documents requested by the admission system.

4). Check the data and save each correctly completed stage in the system.

Every completed stage is marked green. Uncompleted stages are marked red.

5). Pay by the bank transfer (only) application fee (non- refundable) using your individual account number generayed by the on-line admission system.

Note: Medical University of Warsaw bank account is in EUR only. Please make sure that the amount in a foreign currency is transfered to the required amount in EUR.

Details bank transfer:

Beneficiary: Medical University of Warsaw

Beneficiary address: Żwriki i Wigury 61, 02-091 Warsaw, Poland

Bank name: Bank Millenium

Bank address: Stanisława Żaryna 2A, 02-593 Warsaw, Poland

SWIFT: BIGBPLPW

IBAN: PL

Title of payment- applicants name and ID number.

6). Follow the information in your on-line admission account and/or sent by the Registrar Office.

Note: All the information about the course and results of the admission process will be available ONLY on the Applicant's on-line admission account. It means that information put there shall be  deemed given and binding.

Please note that the only way to register and apply  for dental medicine program in English at the Medical University of Warsaw is on-line- via the on-line admission system. We will not accept other forms of application.

The University is not responsible for incorrectly completed application.

The Univeristy is not eligible to inform third parties by phone.

Upon acceptance for admission an applicant is obliged to submit the following documents:

a). Completed on-line application form- form available on the web page:

htps://wld.wum.edu.pl/en/admissions/admission-documents

b). Declaration of the payment of university fee- form available on the web page:

https://wld.wum.edu.pl/en/admissions/admission-documents

c). Official high school- leaving examination certificate or other certificate qualifying to apply for a university course must be certified with an affixed  apostille:

- Apostille in the case of documents issued in the countries that are party to the Hague Convention of October 5th, 1961.

- Apostille holding holding IB/EB Diploma do not need to have apostille on official high school- leaving examination certificate.

d). School certification of the students right to apply for admission to higher education institutions- if there is no possiblility to get signature and stamp from high school exceptionally the Embassy can sign and stamp the document- form available on the web page: https://wld.wum.edu.pl/en/admissions/admission-documents

e). Photocopy of a valid passport signed by notary.

f). Health certificate completed by a physicians stating that the applicant is fit for the medical studies- form available on the web page: https://wld.wum.edu.pl/en/admissions/admission-documents

- copy of vaccination records for Hepatitis B (three doses)

- result from Salmonella & Shigella tests.

g). Four passport size photographs (3,5 x 5,0cm).

h). Confirmation of the application fee payment (non- refundable).

All the sumitted documents must be certify translated to English also should be originals or copies certified by a notary.

Please be aware that applicants who submitted incomplete and/or incorrect  documents will not be admitted to University by the Admission Board.

Note: All the above mentioned documents  should be sent to the following address:

Medical University of Warsaw

Faculty of Dental Medicine

English Dentistry Division

61 Żwirki i Wigury Street (room 201B)

02-091 Warsaw, Poland.


RESOLUTION NO. 41/2020

RESOLUTION NO. 41/2020

RESOLUTION NO. 41/2020

RESOLUTION NO. 41/2020