There has been a change of place for the first meeting during the pre-course.
The course will start on 2nd September 2019, 8.30 a.m. in the Lecture hall 1st Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Wrocław, ul. T. Chałubińskiego 3

The participants of the course were divided into two groups.
The first group consists of people whose name begins with letter A to L. The second group is M-Z.
The lists with the exact division will be available at the first meeting on Monday.

Dear Collegues,

We would like to inform, that the Pre-course will start on 2nd September 2019, 8.30 am in Paediatrics department’s lecture hall, street: Chalubinskiego 2, Wrocław (see map). All participants are asked to be there on time.

Physics (see on the map) – street: Chalubinskiego 2, Wroclaw, Paediatrics department’s lecture hall

Chemistry (see on the map) – street: Marcinkowskiego 2-6, Wroclaw, Library building, seminar room (9,10,12 September), lecture hall no. 216 (11,13 September)

Biology (see on the map) – street: Mikulicza-Radeckiego 9 , Wroclaw (2nd floor) Department of Biology and Medical Parasitology

Polish language(see on the map) – street: Mikulicza-Radeckiego 7, Wroclaw, Department of Foreign languages

Schedule of the Pre-course is here.

Dear colleagues, we would like to inform that all of you who have applied for place in dorm (during Pre-course) can appear to Blizniak dorm on 1st September 2019. You will be asked to show your ID or passport. Registration procedure to the dorm, including payment must be done with dorm staff after your arrival. Address : street: Wojciecha z Brudzewa 12, Wroclaw. Phone : +4871 348 42 32.
See on the map here.

Dear collegues,

We would like to inform that in September 2nd-20th 2019 we will launch our preparation course. The pre course is recommended by the authorities of the Faculty of Dentistry. It includes such a subjects as Chemistry, Biology, Physics and Polish language. Cost of the Pre-curse is 3000 PLN, including e-books, special access to e-learnig platform. All candidates accepted who wish to take part in the Pre- course are asked to send an application (below) to the e-mail address:

The payment must be send to your individual account number, the same as tuition fee account. In order of payment please write : “Pre-course”. The deadline for payment for the pre-course is till August 27th 2019.
Please send this : Application FOR PRE-COURSE

If you need a place in dorm during Pre course please confirm it on the Application. Information regarding dorms are available here :
Syllabus for chemistry, biology, physics

Ionic and covalent bonds. Characteristics of single, double and triple bonds. Saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons. Constitutional isomers. Cyclic and aromatic hydrocarbons. Conformation of cycloalkanes. Heterocyclic compounds and their derivatives.
Alcohols: properties and reactions. Multihydroxylic alcohols (glycerol). Aldehydes and ketones. Oxidation of aldehydes to acids. Carbohydrates: trioses, pentoses, heksoses. Structural formulas of monosaccharides: chain forms and ring forms (Fishers’ and Haworths’ projection). Anomers, D and L configurations of monosaccharides. The optical activity of saccharides, reducing properties. O- and N-glycosidic bond. Carboxylic acids: aliphatic and aromatic. Acidity of carboxylic acids. Carboxylic salts. Esters. Base/acid hydrolysis of esters. Hydroxyacids. Dicarboxylic acids, decarboxylation. Derivatives of carboxylic acids. Fatty acids: saturated and unsaturated. Amines and amides: properties and reactions. The functional groups of amino acids Solutions. Electrolytes and nonelectrolytes. Solubility. Acids and bases and equilibrium. Concentrations of solutions. Chemical calculations. Dilution of solutions The pH scale and pH calculation (pH and pOH).

Cells, structure and function, cell divisions. Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Mendel's laws, segregation and independent assortment. Alleles, homozygotes, heterozygotes. Genotype and phenotype. Molecular basis of heredity. DNA, replication, genetic code. RNA. Protein synthesis. Reproduction and development. External and internal fertilisation; cleavage, blastula formation, gastrulation, neurulation. Classification and characteristics of the main taxonomic groups of animals, with special attention to Chordates, Vertebrates and Mammals.

Speed, velocity and acceleration. Force and momentum, Newton Laws of motion. Work, energy and power. Behaviour of gases: pressure, Boyle, Charles, Universal Gas Laws. Heat: capacity, transfer, temperature. Waves: reflection, refraction, diffraction. Refraction of light, lenses, eye. Sound. Electric current, charge, potential difference, resistance. Electromagnetic induction. Atomic structure, electron beams, X-rays, radioactivity. Communication systems.