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Oradea University School of Medicine, Romania
Oradea Medical SchoolUniversity of Oradea School of Medicine

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Oradea Medical School

A Brief History of Romania by The World Factbook 2008

The principalities of Wallachia and Moldavia - for centuries under the suzerainty of the Turkish Ottoman Empire - secured their autonomy in 1856; they united in 1859 and a few years later adopted the new name of Romania. The country gained recognition of its independence in 1878. It joined the Allied Powers in World War I and acquired new territories - most notably Transylvania - following the conflict. In 1940, Romania allied with the Axis powers and participated in the 1941 German invasion of the USSR. Three years later, overrun by the Soviets, Romania signed an armistice. The post-war Soviet occupation led to the formation of a Communist "people's republic" in 1947 and the abdication of the king. The decades-long rule of dictator Nicolae CEAUSESCU, who took power in 1965, and his Securitate police state became increasingly oppressive and draconian through the 1980s. CEAUSESCU was overthrown and executed in late 1989. Former Communists dominated the government until 1996 when they were swept from power. Romania joined NATO in 2004 and the EU in 2007. Read More

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Oradea Medical SchoolUniversity of Oradea School of Medicine

Oradea University offers quality education for students interested in pursuing a career in Medicine. The English Department was opened in 1991 and has since produced Medical Doctors from countries all around the world. The qualification is highly recognized and graduates write the same state licensing exams as the Romanian language Department. The Oradea International Medical University is non-profit and is owned by the state. There are approximately 60 first year seats available at this Romanian Medical University and students should apply early to the medical faculty to avoid disappointment.

The mission of the University of Oradea's foreign medical school is to train and educate on a large scale both the students and also the high education graduates, as well as to approaches certain domain of science and technology at high level. The structure of the Romanian Medical Universities contains academic education, postgraduate medical education, colleges and scientific research. The University has the right to grant the titles of graduate, licensee, master, doctor, honorary professor, visiting professor and associate professor.

The Romanian Medical Faulty of Oradea expanded itself by developing new faculties, colleges and research teams, as well as by developing certain specializations inside the existing faculties.

Inside the Romanian Medical School of Oradea the education and research activity is developing in the area of natural and physical sciences, as well as in the area of social and human sciences, covering (according with the UNESCO classification) the following: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Sciences of Life, Agricultural Sciences, Medical Sciences, Technological and Engineering Sciences, Economical Sciences, Geography, History, Juridical Sciences and Law, Linguistics, Pedagogy, Political Sciences, Psychology, Letters and Arts, Sociology, Philosophy. The educational process is based on the curricula for long term studies, short term studies, postgraduate's studies, master, doctoral studies and programs of continuous education and Distance Open Education in Romanian Medical Universities.

University of Oredea Medical School

Oradea University is a non-profit, state funded medical university, located in Oradea, Romania in Eastern Europe, and offers internationally recognized qualifications in Medicine. Oradea was recently quoted as being one of the top 10 english international medical schools in Eastern Europe, for the education of foreign medical students. This rating was based on study environment, safety, quality and recognition of the degree and on the affordability of english medical program.

All over the world students who are passionate about becoming doctors have to face the disappointment because their countries do not have the facilities to provide them with medical doctor education. Quite often universities have very high entry requirements due to lack of seats therefore only allowing the most ardent students to apply.

At Oradea University we have no strict entrance requirements. Oradea is very well recognised internationally as a top foreign medical school and as Romania moves into the EU in 2007, Romanian education standards merge with EU education standards. Oradea University also provides Medical School education for English speaking International students who are looking for an affordable foreign medical school to study at. The safe environment and good living standards are reason alone for any student looking for foreign medical education at a recognised school to apply for a seat at Oradea University.

Oradea University prides itself in maintaining a multi-cultural student environment, attracting students from India, Pakistan, Kenya, South Africa, United States, Canada, UK, Germany, Switzerland and many more. Some of the immediate benefits for the foreign medical student are...

  • WHO and ECFMG Listed, Internationally recognised
  • English language tuition
  • Located in a safe and centrally located university city
  • Romania is soon to be part of the EU
  • Highly qualified professors and teaching staff
  • Diverse multi-cultural environment
  • Very affordable tuition fees and living expenses

University of Oredea
Faculty of Medicine & Pharmacy Facilities

For a good development of educational course the Faculty owns the following facilities:

Oradea University Faculty of Medicine
  • specialized libraries with a total fund of 58.992 books, 1.360 medical magazines and 70 demo-video tapes 
  • 26 lecture rooms with 1.340 seats found in the specialization centers and in the University Clinics, too
  • 179 laboratories with 1.047 seats
  • specialized laboratories for all the disciplines as part of pharmacy specialization
  • 6 University Clinics for the General Medicine with 2.987 beds
  • University Polyclinic for Phisiokineotheraphy, the Clinical Hospital of Medical Recuperation - Baile Felix with 345 beds, Infant neuro-motor recovery in Baile 1Mai with 130 beds 
  • the Stomatology Clinic Hospital, 3 Stomatology Polyclinic
  • Medical Cosmetics Consulting Room
  • high-quality medical apparatus such as:
    spectrophotometer with UV, microscope with photo-camera - Histology, COBAS biochemistry analyzer; AVL - blood flatus; ionogramme; coulter-haemathology; Elisa lines; color Doppler with 3D reconstruction; ESVL litotritor, thomograph computer; fibriscope, caelioscopes - abdominal surgery; urology; computer ECG; haemodialyser; apparatus for coronary monitoring; scintigraph,  apparatus for mammography; endocavitary ECG; myelograms; microscope for interventions; apparatus for liposuction; portable RX apparatus with memory; endocavitary magnetic amplifier; apparatus for genetics laboratory; cardiotocographs; instalation for thermotheraphy; complete dental units (photo-polymerization); ceramic and precious metal furnice.



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