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Med school in Hungary, Czech Repub, etc.

Discussion in 'Europe' started by Hornet871, Oct 28, 2004.

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  1. Hornet871

    Hornet871 Senior Member 10+ Year Member

    May 22, 2002
    Any students/graduates out there from med school in Hungary or Czech Republic or other European med schools that have curriculae in English?

    I am an American physician who would like to teach (clinical courses) at a European medical school. I know that Caribbean med schools like St. George's welcome American physicians to teach, but what about European universities, such as Debrecen in Hungary?

    If anyone has any knowledge of this or could direct me to good sources, I would really appreciate it.
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  3. theodore

    theodore Most kind beast around 7+ Year Member

    Hi there,

    I just graduated from the medical school of Pecs, Hungary. The curriculum was indeed in English. If you re interested in contacting them, the web site is www.pte.hu. You should find their phone numbers there, too, but if not tell me and I'll find them for you.
  4. prefontaine

    prefontaine Senior Member 10+ Year Member

    Nov 27, 1998
    Northern Liberties
    Keep in mind that the average doctor in HU makes ~$400/month. Do not expect much in the way of pay. Also, HU and the Czech Republic have a large # of doctors per capita, so no shortage of faculty.

  5. Hornet871

    Hornet871 Senior Member 10+ Year Member

    May 22, 2002
    Thanks for the insight and advice. I'll try to follow up on the med school in Pecs and others in the area to see how the opportunities look for American docs.

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