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aWelcome to the web site of Externí odkaz Charles University in Prague, Information and Advisory Center. You can find here general information on studies at CU. As the leading university in the Externí odkaz Czech Republic, Charles University boasts high quality teaching, an excellent research record and academics that are leading professionals in their disciplines.
Prof. Komárek successfully passed through the professorial procedure at the end of 2008 and he was in May 2009 appointed Professor of Neurology by Czech President Václav Klaus. Other recent successes include: The Prize of the Health Official - 2008, which was received for his team´s grant project in December 15, 2008.
Study Department will be closed on Friday 28.09.2007 (bank holiday) and Friday 05.10.2007 (graduation and imatriculation ceremony).
The Faculty of Medicine (FM) witnessed the birth of the second among the Czech universities in 1919. Since the very beginning it considered education for medical doctors, technicians and researchers its priority. During the more than eighty years of its history it was the affiliation for many experts recognised all over the world. On behalf of all of them, one name should be mentioned here – prominent European cardio-surgeon professor Jan Navrátil (1909 – 1992) who, besides MU Faculty of Medicine, also worked for the Vienna university medical faculty.
The Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry in its present form has been presenting instruction since 1947. There are about 460 teachers, 1860 pregraduate students, 230 postgraduate students, and 115 students are taught pregraduate programme in the English language.
The University of Copenhagen (Danish: Křbenhavns Universitet) is the oldest and largest university and research institution in Denmark. Founded in 1479, it has more than 37,000 students, the majority of whom are female (59%), and more than 7,000 employees. The university has several campuses located in and around Copenhagen, with the oldest located in central Copenhagen. Most courses are taught in Danish; however, many courses are also offered in English and a few in German. The university has 2800 foreign students of which about half are from Nordic countries.
The University of Southern Denmark, with campuses located in the southwestern part of Denmark - i.e. Funen, Southern Jutland and Sealand - is a research and educational institution with deep regional roots and an international outlook. Reaching even further south, the university offers a number of joint programmes in co-operation with the University of Flensburg and the University of Kiel. Contacts with regional industries and the international scientific community are strong.
Aarhus University (in Danish, Aarhus Universitet), located in the city of Ĺrhus, Denmark, is Denmark's second oldest and second largest university (after the University of Copenhagen).
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, part of Queen Mary, University of London, offers international levels of excellence in research and teaching while serving a population of unrivalled diversity amongst which cases of diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, TB, oral disease and cancers are prevalent, within east London and the wider Thames Gateway. Through partnership with our linked trusts, notably Barts and The London NHS Trust, and our associated University Hospital Trusts – Homerton, Newham, Whipps Cross and Queen’s (Romford) the School’s research and teaching is informed by an exceptionally wide ranging and stimulating clinical environment. At the heart of the School’s mission lies world class research, the result of a focused programme of recruitment of leading research groups from the UK and abroad and a Ł100 million investment in state-of-the-art facilities. Research is focused on translational research, cancer, cardiac, dentistry, inflammation, endocrinology/ metabolism, immunology and infectious diseases, genomics, neuroscience, gastroenterology, epidemiology and primary care.
The College of Medical and Dental Sciences brings together healthcare-related research and education including medicine, medical science, dentistry, nursing and physiotherapy.
Bristol Medical School was a medical institution which existed from 1833 to 1893. It later became amalgamated with University College, Bristol the predecessor institution to the University of Bristol. It was built in order to give training to those whom worked on the wards of Bristol Infirmary (founded 1737), the Clifton Dispensary (founded 1812) and the General Hospital (founded 1832). In 1873 due to poverty and poor building infrastructure the Medical School sought Association with the Bristol Library Society and the Bristol Institution for the advancement of Science, Literature and the Arts. The Library and the Museum were promoters of the scheme for a College of Science which John Percival and Benjamin Jowett were able to translate into University College, Bristol During this time the Medical School was hampered by a political split with the Infirmary Conservative and the General Hospital Liberal which for some time damaged the development of the hospital. An agreement to affiliate with University College,Bristol was agreed in 1879 and amalgamation finally took place in 1893. As of 2008 the medical school accepts some 216 home students and a further 19 from overseas.
Brighton and Sussex Medical School offers a dynamic, innovative undergraduate programme, awarded by the Universities of Brighton and Sussex, that will prepare you for a wide range of career opportunities once you have qualified as a doctor.
Students from Cambridge University can enter the clinical school on completion of three years of pre-clinical training and a further interviewing process. Applicants from outside Cambridge University are also invited to apply providing they meet the entry requirements. The number of medical students leaving Cambridge after their pre-clinical studies is variable, but common destinations include Oxford and the London medical schools.
Our hallmark is innovation at local and international levels and we seek to make a difference in the quality of care provided to people. We aim to equip our students for life long learning against a background of ever evolving knowledge and health systems.
We're at an exciting point in the school's development. We already have a deserved reputation as an international leader in undergraduate teaching. Our innovative curriculum emphasises modern teaching methods, a solid grounding in the sciences and regular clinical experience. We're now increasing the opportunities we offer to our students -- especially in the area of intercalated degrees. You can find out more about these activities in our Undergraduate area.
Established in 1997, it brings together all the major West London medical schools into one world-class institution. It maintains close links with a number of NHS Trusts with whom it collaborates in teaching and research activities.
Keele University Medical School is the medical school of Keele University, Staffordshire, England. The pre-clinical course is taught on the Keele University campus in Newcastle-under-Lyme and the clinical course is mainly taught within the University Hospital of North Staffordshire in Stoke-on-Trent, and at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, Shrewsbury. Medical students are also attached to District General hospitals in Stafford, Shrewsbury and Telford, as well as general practices in Stoke-on-Trent and the surrounding area. The Royal Shrewsbury Hospital in Shrewsbury became an associated teaching hospital in 2007. As of 2008 the school accepts 130 British medical students per year and an additional 10 students from overseas making Keele the smallest 5 year medical school in the UK in terms of student numbers.
King’s College London School of Medicine is one of the country’s largest and oldest medical schools. The School's internationally leading research programmes include two MRC Centres in asthma and transplantation. The Schools also delivers both undergraduate and graduate education programmes.