I recently posted on this website about the premedical course. I'm from the United States, but living overseas in China. During Chinese New Year I took the opportunity to visit Poland for a week, in Gdansk. Despite the cold setbacks, I enjoyed it immensely, it being my first time in snow, as well as the first visit to a university in general. I'm making plans to apply to the premedical course seeing as despite I'm in the IB Programme, our administration has been nothing but a pig about it and alienating the IB students over the AP. Education in my high school has been insufficient. Now, I had emailed the administration office two weeks prior to arriving in Gdansk for a tour of the school and they did not return any news for such. As a result, I have visited the university, but I've seen only the outer shell, being unable to experience a day's worth of classes, lectures and Q&A's. I have no family in Poland, and no family in Europe in general. My family lives in the U.S. and in China, and as such, I will be pretty much alone with no family support structure. I also have no intentions of returning to the U.S. for education after my high school graduation. If anyone, in Gdansk, preferably the English Division programme, can help fill in the gaps about what this school can do for me, and how it will benefit me for becoming a doctor in Europe, I would appreciate immensely any information. I don't plan on taking the USMLE's but rather going over to practice in Germany, Sweden, Norway or Italy. By what I've read, there are mixed reviews on MUG, but mostly from personal perspectives on teachers, administration. I'm more interested in the kind of education I will be receiving, how it differs from other universities in Western Europe and the U.S., and what happens after graduation from the 6 year programme. I haven't heard stories about English Divison students after their graduation or what happened to them. If anyone can fill me in on this I'd appreciate it also.
Sorry about this long post, anything will be appreciated!