Current Accreditations


Pomeranian Medical University took 10th place in the 21st Ranking of Universities 2020 prepared by PERSPEKTYWY Education Foundation.

The ranking is based on 29 indicators grouped into seven criteria: Prestige (12%), Alumni’s position on the job market (12%), Innovation (8%), Scientific potential (15%), Scientific effectiveness (28%), Teaching and learning (10%) and Internationalization (15%).


Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin as a state university is acting accordingly the restricted norms and education requirements. PMU’s  activities are externally assessed at least once every 5 years by the Polish Accreditation Committee.

Polish Accreditation Committee is a full member of:

  • Central and East European Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (CEENQA – since January 2002,
  • European Consortium for Accreditation (ECA) – since December 2005 r.;
  • International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (INQAAHE) – since May 2007 r.;
  • European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA)- since January 2009 r.;PKA also signed bilateral agreements with:
    • ANECA (Spain),
    • NVAO (Netherlands);
    • ÖAR (Austria);
    • ANQA (Armenia);
    • SKVC (Lithuania);
    • FIBAA (Germany).
    • NEAA (Bulgaria),
    • CSR (Slovakia),
    • AQAS (Germany).

In 2012 U. S. National Committee on Foreign Medical Education and Accreditation (NCFMEA) performed a review which proved that standards and processes used to accredit medical schools in Poland are comparable to those used to accredit medical schools in U.S. That decision was validated in 2017, as an outcome of the subsequent evaluation procedure.


PMU Faculty of Medicine

The Presidium of the Polish Accreditation Committee

Resolution No. 575/2017 of 26 October 2017

Re: assessment carried out at the Faculty of Medicine - the uniform master degree studies on the English Programme at the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin

§ 1

Pursuant to provisions of clause 48a item 4 and clause 52 item 1, the act of 27 July 2005, Law on Higher Education (Journal of Laws of 2012, vol. 572 as amended),  The Presidium of the Polish Accreditation Committee having reviewed a report produced by The Evaluation Team and University’s position as well as following a report produced by the Section of Medical, Health and Culture Sciences regarding the assessment of the Faculty of Medicine - the uniform master degree studies on the English Programme, The Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin, hereby give a positive assessment.

§ 2

The Presidium of the Polish Accreditation Committee state The Faculty of Medicine – The English Programme, The Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin, meets requirements for the teaching staff, curriculum inclusive of education effects, and organization requirements for conducting the uniform master degree studies. The quality of teaching satisfies the adopted criteria thus forming grounds for the positive assessment.

The quality criteria: the education concept and its consistence with the strategy and mission of the University, curriculum and opportunities for achieving education goals, internal  education quality assessment control system, the teaching staff, education infrastructure, student-oriented care and support provided in order to facilitate learning and  achieving education goals have been assessed as fully met.

The criterion of the internationalization of the teaching process has been assesses as distinctive, and the one of the co-operation with social-economic environment during the education process -as satisfactory.

§ 3

The next assessment of the activities of the entity described in § 1 shall be carried out in academic year 2023/2024.


PMU Faculty of Medicine &Dentistry

The Presidium of the Polish Accreditation Committee

Resolution No. 362/2021 of 20 May 2021

Re: assessment carried out at the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry of the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin

§ 1

Pursuant to provisions of article 245 clause 1 item 2 and article 258 clause 1 item 3, the act of 20 July 2018, Law on Higher Education (Journal of Laws of 2021, vol. 478 as amended),  The Presidium of the Polish Accreditation Committee having reviewed a report produced by The Evaluation Team and University’s position as well as following a report produced by the Section of Medical, Health and Culture Sciences regarding the assessment of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin, hereby give a positive assessment.

§ 2

The next assessment of the activities of the entity described in § 1 shall be carried out in academic year 2026/2027.


World Federation for Medical Education

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The Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research

It is an organization that maintains official relations with the World Health Organization (WHO) which represents medical education and the education and training of doctors around the world.

WFME maintains a free catalog of global medical study programs. The catalog combines information previously contained in: WHO World Catalog, International Medical Book Catalog (IMED) and Avicenna Catalogs.

The world catalog's entry confirms that a medical school exists, but does not imply recognition, accreditation or support from the WFME or FAIMER World Catalog.

https://www.faimer.org/resources/world-directory.html

https://search.wdoms.org/home/SchoolDetail/F0001095


Best Global Universities Rankings

Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin ranks 606 out of 749 other universities for clinical medicine.

https://www.usnews.com/education/best-global-universities/search?city=szczecin&subject=clinical-medicine


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Pomorski Uniwersytet Medyczny w Szczecinie

ul. Rybacka 1, 70-204 Szczecin,
tel. 91 48 00 700 / 800, fax 91 48 00 705
NIP 852-000-67-57, Regon 000288886