ZAGREB, September 1, 2019 - The School of Medicine in the biggest Croatian Adriatic city of Split is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the beginning of its work this autumn.
The organisers of a celebration, which was held on Saturday, underscore that in the last 40 years many positive things happened.
Currently the School of Medicine in Split has four teaching programs: Medicine, Dental Medicine, Pharmacy (in collaboration with the Faculty of Chemical Technology) and Medical Studies in English.
The Medicine program annually enrols 90 students, Dental Medicine and Pharmacy enrol 30 each, and Medical Studies in English 60, according to the information available on the school's website.
This educational institution says that "the MD programme in English offers the degree of Medical Doctor (MD) after a 6-year curriculum. Students with transferable university credits may be eligible for exemptions".
"The School of Medicine in Split started Medicine program in English in the school year 2011/12., when enrolment quota was 30, lately increased to 60 students. The curriculum is governed by the Bologna process."
The dean, Zoran Đogaš said today that 1,200 were now attending courses offered by this school.
There are 27 German students who are currently attending post-graduate courses.
The school boasts that "scientific research and international collaboration are well developed" at this institution that "also supports student exchange".
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