Questions related to the Dentistry Program
Q: I am a dental student. How do I can get the locker at the Collegium Stomatologicum?
A: The locker room for dental students (excluding first year students) is available at Collegium Stomatologicum. In order to secure the locker the dental student should contact Information-desk located at the Main Entrance in the Collegium Stomatologicum and pay refundable deposit in the amount of 50 PLN.
Q: I’m interested in studying Dentistry. Can someone guide me around the University and can I sit one of the classes or enter into the clinics to see how it looks like?
A: Unfortunately, we are unable to offer you this experience, but there is possibility to arrange a tour around the University and the campus (prior report to the Dean’s Office of Dentistry at email@example.com).
Q: Do you offer preparation courses for the DDS applicants?
A: Regretfully not. We advise you to familiarize with list of topics to prepare for written test and interview. The list is available at our website on the following link: http://pums.ump.edu.pl/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/PUMS_Topics-for-Test-Interview_2016-17.pdf
Q: Does PUMS accept transfer students from other Universities ? What are the requirements?
A: Unfortunately, PUMS does not accept transfers from other Universities.
Q: How many courses will I have to study each year?
A: Detailed curriculum and plan of studies for each year for both faculties can be found on our website: http://pums.ump.edu.pl/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Curr_1-5DDS_2017-18_upd31Aug17.pdf
Q: How do I can make an appointment with the Associate Dean?
A: The Associate Dean is available in the Dean’s office and the students who need to see him/her must schedule an appointment by e-mailing to the appropriate dean’s office staff. Contact details for DDS office staff are available here: http://pums.ump.edu.pl/contact/cmee/
Q: How do I find more information about the LEK/LDEK exam?
A. Please visit the website of CEM (Centrum Egzaminów Medycznych w Łodzi) at http://www.cem.edu.pl/
Q: Can someone else pick up my transcript or diploma?
A: Third party recipients must have documentation (i.e. a notarized letter, release of information, power of attorney) from the person whose diploma they are picking up, stating that they are authorized to obtain the diploma/transcript. They must have a current picture ID when they come to get the diploma/transcript.