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07-16-2017, 07:15 AM
Would like to know the Drop out rate ?Got admission to Gdansk.........

07-16-2017, 07:29 AM
Hello! I am also admitted ( Indian).

The difficult subject is said anatomy which we begin the first year. I have heard that the failure rate is 70% some take a retest during summer vacation histology and physiology are also one of the toughest .Thinks some students fail even if they read a lot.(..................reviews from past year students).

Try our best !!!! its Medicine

07-29-2017, 02:28 PM
There's a group on Facebook for the new batch, although with few members. If you wish, do inbox me with how to find you there. We'll probably get better response there.

09-14-2017, 07:06 AM
-Dissatisfaction with the University

During the last days, there has been a lot of discussions by students being dissatisfied with the University. We have observed the discussions and reactions from various years and wanted to give our two cents.

There has been claims of misconduct, misinformation, lack of communication, borderline harassment, as well as not following protocols stated in, for example, the syllabus. While these are all reasons for concern, students should unify and act in one unified voice.

Previously, some students have tried to act alone or in small groups for similar incidents. This is messy, unprofessional and creates more harm than good. It presents students more like a mob rather than a group of adults.

As for going past the University’s Administration with a letter Ministry of Educations, Ministry of Health, and the Student's Rights Council, this should only be an option of last resort. One would want to minimise conflict that may arise from bypassing the Administration, as well as going forth as a group of responsible students that gives the Administration a chance to answer for themselves to the students.

However, the main reason for going directly to the Administration is because one of the main problems here is the lack of communication. It is the duty of both the University and the students to improve student-Administration relationship and to uphold this relationship to a functional degree. Going directly to the Administration has the power to improve this relationship. Being respectful, professional and straight forward may yield good results and a better working environment. Constructive criticism is key.

That being said, it is also the students’ due diligence to go to the Administration with a united voice, in one united initiation. Not only is that a display of professionalism, but it is also good opportunity to show that students stand up for each other.

Some students have shown excellent examples of taking the initiative to start a conversation about the matter. You should thank them, and debate them respectfully if you disagree about the points presented.

To those whom have been egoistic or shown signs of not being in the best interest of the greater good of the hivemind of students, we ask you to take a moment to think about your fellow peers and what they might experience during these hectic times.

If these actions alone do not result in any favorable change, that is of course reason for worry. It is, however, a discussion that should take place after the necessary steps are taken to firstly ensure a well thought out discussion.

-This year with our fellow students we can see many repeaters especially in anatomy.

both are the news I received from seniors.

11-13-2017, 06:51 AM
The national dropout rate for 2014/15 is 6.2%. This is close record lows, regardless of the expansion in the aggregate and extent of understudies going to college, and extent from the poorest foundations. The current Sky News story​ tries to recount a national story utilizing rates for a few courses with little partners of understudies. Likewise, in some cases figures on dropout rates can cover a more nuanced picture. For instance, in one of the cases the understudies were on an establishment course that was an adaptable pathway to a full degree program; to depict them as dropping out is a deception.

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