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Balázs Horváth

Nóra Seres

Programme structure

The theoretical module (years 1-2) contains the basic disciplines: medical chemistry, cell science, biophysics, molecular and cell biology, anatomy, histology, embryology, physiology. The pre-clinical year (year 3) contains pathology, pathophysiology, microbiology, immunology. The clinical module (years 4-5) contain the entire spectrum of clinical disciplines taught in small-group block rotations. Behavioral science-based subjects (e.g., Introduction to medical practice, Ethics, Medical psychology, etc.) are taught throughout the medical training.

The final, 6th year of the medical training is the internship year that focuses on the major clinical disciplines: internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics, OB-GYN, neurology, psychiatry. In addition, there are small blocks involving transfusion medicine, infectology, emergency care and family medicine.

The medical thesis is formally processed in the final year of the training. The thesis topic needs to be declared by the beginning of the internship year the latest, and submitted by the middle of the school year (in January). However, we encourage our students to declare the thesis topic earlier, and we provide opportunities to use student-research experience and results towards their theses.

The entire medical training is finalized by written and oral State Exams. The written exam is coordinated by the National State Examination Committee. The oral state exams are done in front of a committee that comprises renowned instructors and examiners in each of the major internship-year clinical subjects.

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