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University of J. A. Komensky - dental medicine

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ABOUT STUDY

The program combines dental education in general medicine, with special training in theoretical and practical dentistry, dry and pre-clinical dentistry, prosthodontics technology, preventive dentistry, mouth, chin and personal surgery. The first three semesters include mainly theoretical courses (Anatomy, Biology, Biochemistry, Histology, Physiology) and preclinical issues (Pathology, Microbiology, Introduction to Medicine, Surgery) taught in the 4th and 5th semester (Dentistry). Six months, clinical issues are taught, together with issues related to public healthcare (Social Medicine, Medical Law). After passing the state examination and the thesis defense, graduates obtain the MDDr. - Medicinae Dentale Doctor (Doctor of Dentistry) degree.

ABOUT UNIVERSITY

Faculty of Medicine of Comenius University in Bratislava was founded in 1919 as the first faculty of medicine in Slovakia. During its existence, it offered education for more than 15 000 graduates, who spread the reputation of the faculty and represent the university in the world. Educational activities, scientific research and therapeutic and preventive activities are represented on the faculty. It consists of 20 theoretical institutes and 54 clinics. At present, the Faculty of Medicine of Comenius University in Bratislava has two undergraduate study programs - general medicine and dentistry, both in a full-time. Studying both fields lasts six years. In the first three years students take theoretical knowledge from a predominantly clinical disciplines. Later are studies carried out especially in clinics of the Faculty of Medicine. In addition to undergraduate education, faculty provides doctoral studies, leading to award of PhD degree (Philosophiae doctor).

ABOUT CITY

Bratislava is one of the youngest capitals of Europe. Nevertheless, it is a city with a rich history of the free royal coronation city, at a time when it was called Pressburg (BRATISLAVA, Pressburg). Today Bratislava is a dynamically developing metropolis, full of young and charming people, who create nice and unique atmosphere.
 
Thanks to its location in the heart of Europe, on the banks of the Danube River, it is an important crossroad of trade routes and meeting place of many cultures. 
Nowadays Bratislava is experiencing its great boom. With its 457 thousand inhabitants, it is a political, business and educational center of Slovakia.

ABOUT COUNTRY

The Slovak Republic (short form: Slovakia) is a landlocked state in Central Europe. It has a population of over five million and an area of about 49,000 square kilometers. Slovakia is a landlocked country bordered by the Czech Republic and Austria to the west, Poland to the north, Ukraine to the east and Hungary to the south. The largest city is the capital, Bratislava, and the second largest is Košice. Slovakia is a member state of the European Union, NATO, United Nations, OECD and WTO among others. The official language is Slovak, a member of the Slavic language family.

FEES

Dental: The total annual tuition fee is € 10.000,- and has to be paid at once.

Type of payment Fees Payments due by
Payment for whole academic year (both semesters in one) € 10.000,- September 14, 2015

Payment details:

Bank connection: Štátna pokladnica, Radlinského 32, 810 05 Bratislava, SR

Recipient of payment: Faculty of medicine of the Comenius University in Bratislava, Špitálska 24, 813 72 Bratislava, Slovak republic

SWIFT Code: SUBASKBX

IBAN: SK 968180 0000 0070 0015 0502

Bank account number: 70000150502/8180

Intermediary bank for over boundary transfer: Všeobecná úverová banka, a.s., Mlynské Nivy 1, 829 09 Bratislava, Slovenská republika

APPLICATION FEE

Application fee includes:

  1. Registration aplication form
  2. Preparation materials for passing the entrance test
  3. Entrance exam fee
Type of paymentFeesPayments due by
Payment for registration procedure€ 500,-May 15 2016

Payment details:

Bank connection: Všeobecná úverová banka, a.s., Mlynské Nivy 1, 829 09 Bratislava, Slovenská republika
Recipient of payment: Dievrinsis s.r.o., Michalská 9, 811 03 Bratislava, Slovak republic
SWIFT Code: SUBASKBX
IBAN: SK6002000000002706490151
Variable symbol: Name the candidate for study
Bank account number: 2706490151/0200

REGISTRATION FEE

Includes:

  1. Automatic recognition of diploms across the EU
  2. Translation of all relevant documents in the official language is necessary for entry to university dan
  3. Validation
    The Secondary School Certificate must be validated by Slovak authorities (Decree of the Ministry of Education of the Slovak Republic No. 207/1993).
  4. Dievrinsis Corporation finds for you residencies near to the universities and insure lower leaseholds
  5. Any help on the territory of Slovakia and the Czech republic during the entre study
  6. Insurance brokerage and assistance for temporary stay (applies to non-EU candidates)
  7. Provide list of doctors cooperating with our agency

Type of payment

Fees

Payments due by

Payment for registration procedure

€ 500,-

August 31 2016

Payment details:

Bank connection: Všeobecná úverová banka, a.s., Mlynské Nivy 1, 829 09 Bratislava, Slovenská republika
Recipient of payment: Dievrinsis s.r.o., Michalská 9, 811 03 Bratislava, Slovak republic
SWIFT Code: SUBASKBX
IBAN: SK6002000000002706490151
Variabil symbol: Name the candidate for study
Bank account number: 2706490151/0200

CONDITIONS OF REGISTRATION

  • Highschool leaving certificate
  • Good knowledge of the English language
  • Passing the entrance examination
  • Submission of the online application form with timely payment of fees

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Step 1

Submit a completed online application form, pay the application fee (includes entrance exam fee) and send supporting documents.

The supporting documents are:

  • Contract Mediation study (applicant shall sign both copies, which will send with other documents. Agency Dievrinsis send you back one signed original)
  • A completed University Application Form
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV) - in English
  • High School Leaving Certificate (original or verified copy) - two copies required - one for the University and one for the Regional Authority Office. One of the certificates has to be present with an Apostille from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in home country.
  • Photocopy of the passport
  • Birth certificate
  • Certificate about vaccination against hepatitis B
  • Two passport-sized photographs
  • Proof of application fee payment - bank swift + completed fee transfer form

All these documents must be provided in original or as verified copies (with original stamps and signatures).

Documents must be submitted to:
Dievrinsis s.r.o.  
Michalska 9
811 03 Bratislava
Slovak Republic

* If final certificates are not yet available, then please contact our agency.

Our agency will provide training, highly effective for successfully passing the entrance test.

Step 2

Entrance exam

Step 3

Receive a university acceptance/rejection letter or provisional acceptance* letter.

* The provisional acceptance letter means that admission into the University is pending until all documents are submitted and the applicant pays the tuition fee.

Step 4

If accepted to the University, students must pay the registration fee within 14 days after receiving the letter of acceptance.

Step 5

Pay the tuition fee

If you have any questions about your application status, please contact our customer service department at info@dievrinsis.gr and a representative will contact you shortly.

ENTRANCE EXAM

  • Bratislava - June 27-28 2016, August 18-19 2016

Entrance test

Chemistry

Basic chemical notions
- homogenous and heterogenous mixtures, solution, chemical individuum, matter, element, compound.

Atom
- elementary particles, atomic and mass number, nuclides, isotope, atomic and molecular mass, quantum numbers (principal, azimuthal, magnetic and spin), orbitals, Pauli's principle, Hund's rule, building-up principle, electron configuration.

Element classification
- periodicity in electronic configurations, characteristics of groups and periods, s-, p-, d- and f- elements, their basic properties and characteristics, octet rule, periodicity in chemical properties, periodical table,
- bonds between atoms in the molecules (ionic, covalent, coordinate covalent and hydrogene bond), electronegativity, polarity of covalent bond.

Solutions - definition, concentration of solutions, osmosis, osmotic pressure, electrolytic dissociation, electrolytes.

Structure of molecules

Chemical reactions

Protolytic reactions - acids and bases, conjugated pairs, ampholytes, chemical equilibrium of acids and bases in solutions, acidity and basicity, pK value. Salts, hydrolysis of salts, autoprotolysis of water, pH.

Oxidation-reduction reactions - theory of oxidation and reduction, oxidation numbers.

Chemical kinetics and thermodynamics - reaction rates, Guldberg - Waage law, the activated complex, catalysis, chemical equilibrium, equilibrium calculation, thermodynamics laws (1st and 2nd law), reaction energy (heat).

Organic chemistry - structure of organic compounds, division of organic compounds, nomenclature, isomerism, functional groups.

Hydrocarbons - saturated, unsaturated, aromatic, their characteristics and typical reactions.

Derivatives of hydrocarbons:
- halogenderivatives
- hydroxyderivatives

Alcohols and phenols - basic characteristics and reactions. Biologically important hydroxyderivatives. Quinones.
- Oxoderivatives - ethers, structure and chemical properties, aldehydes and ketones.

Basic characteristics and chemical properties. Biologically important compounds.
- Amines - characteristics and reactions.
- Sulphur derivatives - thiols disulphides, sulphonic acids.

Carboxylic acids- basic characteristics, division, nomenclature, basic reactions, fatty acids. Biologically important acids.

Functional derivatives of carboxylic acids - amides, esters, anhydrides - basic characteristics.

Substitutional derivatives of carboxylic acids - hydroxy-, oxo-, amino-acids, Basic characteristics and reactions, basic biological important compounds.

Derivatives of carbonic acid - structure of urea and its derivatives.

Heterocyclic compounds - division, basic characteristics. Five member heterocyclic compounds and their derivatives: aromatic nature, properties (furan, pyrole, thiophen, indol, porphin, tetrapyroles). Six-member heterocyclic compounds and their derivatives: aromatic nature and properties (pyridine - nicotinic acid, nicotin-amide, pyrimidine - uracil, thymine, cytosine, purine - adenine, guanine, uric acid, quinoline, isoquinoline).

Natural compounds

Carbohydrates (saccharides)
- monosaccharides - division, basic structure and properties. Isomerism of monosaccharides (cyclic forms),
- disaccharides - structure and properties,
- polysaccharides - starch, glycogen, cellulose.

Lipids - structure of simple lipids, triacylglycerols, basic properties (hydrolysis - saponification). Complex lipids, steroids, structure of phospholipids.

Amino acids - structure, chemical properties, isoelectric point.

Proteins - peptide bond, primary, secondary, tertiary and quartenary structure, denaturation of proteins.

Heteroproteins - division.

Nucleic acids - DNA, RNA, basic structural characteristics, biological importance, nucleosides, nucleotides.

Vitamins, their importance for functions of the organism, diseases

Enzymes - general characteristics.

Biology

General Biology:
- division and definition of biological sciences,
- average ratio of most important elements, and small molecules in living organisms,
- composition, synthesis, function and importance of basic macromolecules (nucleic acids, proteins, lipids and polysaccharides)
- basic properties of life in animals and plants (composition from cells, growth and development, response to stimuli, reproduction, adaptation),
- metabolism, anabolism and catabolism, photosynthesis,
- reproduction of multicellular organisms (sexual and asexual-vegetative), exclusions (e.g. parthenogenesis and neoteny),
- individual development of an individual - basic phases (from origin of gamets to death)

The cell:
- a cell as a basic structural, functional and reproductive unit of living organisms,
- structure of a cell (plasma membrane, cytosol, cytoskeleton, organelle, nucleus),
- function of organelles, their function in metabolisms of plants and animals,
- basic characteristics of metabolism in the cell, enzymes,
- differences and common characteristics of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells,
- cell cycle and division of the cell (mitosis and its phases, interphase),
- meiosis and origin of gametes,
- chromosomal pool of body cell and gamet,
- basic tissues of animals and humans, structure and function.

Microbiology and Immunology:
- viruses (structure, size and shape, types, reproduction in the cell, examples of diseases, AIDS),
- bacteria (structure, size and shape, types, reproduction in the cell, examples of diseases), disinfection and pasteurisation,
- parasites and parasitism (e.g. parasitic protozoa) defensive mechanisms of an organism (inborn and acquired immunity, active and passive immunity), phagocytosis, antigen and antibody.

Animals:
- overview of taxonomy, examples (e.g. Cestodes, Annelida, Arthropoda and Amphibia),
- convergence and diversity of traits,
- bases of comparative physiology of animals and humans.

Molecular biology:
- composition and structure of DNA and RNA, complementarity of bases, genetic code,
- basic kinds of genes, their function,
- transcription and translation, synthesis of proteins,
- organisation of nuclear and extranuclear DNA and RNA, complementarity of bases, genetic code,
- basic kinds of genes, their function,
- transcription and translation, synthesis of proteins,
- organisation of nuclear and extranuclear DNA, plasmides, - diseases caused by disorders in the structure of DNA - enzymopathies -examples and consequences.

Genetics:
- methods of genetic research - experimental breeding, genealogy (pedigrees) and gemellology (traits in twins),
- basic terms (gene-locus, allele, genotype, phenotype, homozygote, heterozygote, Mendelian laws, monohybridism (single-gene and dihybridism) inheritance of blood groups AB0 and Rh.
- eukaryotic chromosomes, characteristics, number, chromosomal determination of sex (gonosomes, X-linked genes),
- set of chromosomes, haploid (n) and diploid (2n),
- X-linked recessive diseases (haemophilia A and colour blindness - daltonism),
- gene mutations, chromosomes and genome,
- aneuploidy and polyploidy.

Humans:
- blood and tissue fluid (composition and function),
- skeleton - main parts (bones of skull, trunk and extremities), connections,
- heart and vessels (pulmonary and systemic circulation), structure, function and blood supply and action of the heart muscle,
- respiratory system - composition, function, characteristics,
- gastrointestinal system, composition, digestion and resorption of nutrients caused by lack of vitamins, control of vegetative functions.
- endocrine glands, overview of hormones and their action and importance for metabolism and control of organism, signs and diseases caused by lack or surplus of certain hormones,
- sense organs, structure and function,
- brain and spinal cord, structure and function, importance of brain parts,
- sexual glands, origin of gametes, fertilisation, development of the embryo and fetus,
- excretory system, structure and function of the kidney.

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