I'm considering into applying to Lublin and I understand that HMI has negative points however, at the end of the day it's applying a service to people to help them achieve their goal and the more important question to ask is about LUBLIN quality of education not HMI.
So about the quality of education, I would like any current student to tell me how was the classes over there and the quality of the education they received and whether they felt they were being prepared for the USMLE or not. Are the teachers good? what's the cadavers per group ratio and if there are labs with classes and shelf exams incorporated and when you finished the 2 years how long on average does it take a student to sit down study for the USMLE and pass, in another words I understand they have like 30 students per semester so how many of these actual students make it?
Now moving on to rotations, how long did it take HMI to grant you a rotation spot after you passed USMLE? did they make you wait for couple months? are they all green book? are we NY approved? I understand the school is CA approved but, can we do a rotation there if spots were available or can we get a residency and practice there?
Next tuition wise, how much does it cost yearly to attend there and how much does FAFSA give you per year so in total. If someone can break it down how much it costs in poland and how much does it cost in rotations.
Finally, with your honest opinion would you recommend someone going there and would you do it again? and can you tell me a little bit about the city, things to do to unwind and what to expect from there and are MCAT's required for admission?
I know I could have all these questions answered by the school but, I rather hear it from a student. I understand med school is an individual work at the end of the day and you have to study on your own. Thank You for your time and I hope I get a prompt response.