Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki attends the inauguration of the academic year at the Medical University of Bialystok

Development of science proceeds at an increasingly faster rate and it becomes more and more closely linked with economy, therefore in the Responsible Development Strategy we have defined medicine-related issues as one of the topics of key importance for the economy the head of government stated during his speech.


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Photo: Adam Guz / Chancellery of The Prime Minister of Poland

I would like to thank the academic researchers who put their heart and passion into shaping the future of this university and the quality of medical education in Poland the Prime Minister declared while congratulating the academics of the Medical University of Bialystok for their scientific achievements. He also informed that the university received a grant of PLN 50 million from the State budget to finance the operation of the centre of research on the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare.

When we look at the development of Polish science, we are aware of how important it is to educate students – for this reason we have decided to increase the number of people enrolled at medical faculties said the head of government. Referring to the Constitution for Science, he emphasised that out of the PLN 3 billion earmarked for universities, we have decided to allot PLN 2 billion for regional universities, for the construction of competitive research equipment and for the development of processes for further research and development.

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki stressed that the government considers medicine to be one of the crucial areas on which it intends to focus, as it relates not only to healthcare, but also has an impact on the development of the entire country.

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The Medical University of Bialystok is the largest medical higher education institution in the region, considered to be one of the best medical universities in Poland. Currently, 5,000 students study there on 15 medical faculties, with nearly 400 of them conducting their studies in English. Foreign students originate i.a. from: Norway, Sweden, the US, Canada, Germany, Spain and Saudi Arabia.


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