Medicine: The First Faculty of Medicine – Charles University dates back to the 14th century. With over 3,100 students and 650 teaching staff, you will gain your medical degree in one of the most prestigious faculties in Europe and the world. The faculty is synonymous with prestige, so students are guaranteed a future full of success. Duration: 6 years. Start date: early September.
Dentistry: The faculty has been training dentists since 1810. You will gain your Dentistry degree at this historic university, located in one of the most beautiful and fascinating cities in Europe. Duration: 5 years. Start date: September.


Prague, capital of Czech Republic. 1,2 million inhabitants. Study medicine in one of the largest capitals in Europe. Prague is amongst the top 20 tourist destinations in the world and the sixth most visited European capital. For many, Prague is the most beautiful city in Europe. As a European capital, there are a number of options for flying to Prague, with and without stopovers in other cities. Prague has countless things to do and places to visit, so you are guaranteed a full university experience. You will always find something to do in the city. It will be a unique experience you will never forget.


In order to be admitted in to the oldest Faculty of Medicine in Central Europe, all candidates are required to pass an entrance examination. The examination consists of a multiple choice test on the following subjects: Chemistry, Biology and either Mathematics or Physics (chosen by the student). Candidates who are successful in the written test will be asked to participate in an oral interview (non-disqualifying) with one of the University professors. The interview will explore your personal motivation, and will not test you on scientific topics.

Once you have registered with us, we will provide you with the study materials – texts, sample exams and solutions.

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The Faculty is listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools published by the World Health Organisation. It has adjusted to the Bologna Process and uses the European Credit Transfer System. The university participates in international programmes. It has a number of cooperation and exchange programmes with Faculties of Medicine in Europe.