The MUL Commencement Ceremony for students of the English Language Division
The MUL Commencement Ceremony for students of the II Faculty of Medicine with English Language Division was held on June 13th 2019 in the Opera Hall on Centre for the Meeting of Cultures in Lublin During the event diplomas were granted to students of American, European, Asian, and Middle East Programs as well as to students of dentistry. Congratulations!
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The Polish language competition – "4th Polish Your Polish Competition" is organized by the Foreign Languages Department of the Medical University. It will take place on April 13th, 2019 at 10:00am in the lecturing hall of Collegium Anatomicum. All foreign students of MUL are welcome.
The MUL Commencement Ceremony for students of the II Faculty of Medicine with English Language Division was held on 9 June 2017 in the main lecture theatre in Collegium Maius.
During the event 129 diplomas were granted to students of American, European, Asian, and Middle Eastern Programs as well as to students of dentistry.
By Council of Ministers Resolution of 3 November 2015, the Medical University of Lublin obtained financing for the multiannual Programme for redevelopment and expansion of the Independent Clinical Hospital No. 1 (SPSK 1) in Lublin. The investment task, the total value of which is 289 million PLN, is to be carried out between 2016 and 2022.
The architectural competition for the design of a new sport and event hall of the Medical University of Lublin has been adjudicated. The announcement of the verdict took place on Tuesday, 27th October. A total of twelve designs were submitted to the competition. The winning entry was the one designed by Buszkiewicz Architekci company from Poznań.
Lublin, with its first chronicle dating back to 11th century, takes pride in having five universities with the total number of students reaching almost 100,000.
As the biggest Polish city east of the Vistula river, Lublin provides variety of facilities for students – cultural centers, theatres, cinemas. It offers wide range of annual festivals, music concerts and artistic exhibitions.