Public Health (1st Cycle Bachelor`s Studies)


Area of Studies

medical sciences



Degree (in English)

Undergraduate program (bachelor's level)

  • English
Course Duration

3 years, 6 semesters

ECTS points



Faculty of Public Health in Bytom, Medical University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland

Tuition and Other Fees

Admission fee: 85 PLN

Tuition fee: 19 600 PLN/ per year in the academic year 2023/2024

Application Deadline(s)

Updated information availible on our website:

Course Description

Course Profile

Through the program Public Health, students acquire knowledge in medical sciences, social processes, economic aspects, and organizational management, focusing on creating and monitoring systems for managing epidemiological safety and responding to public health threats nationally and internationally, as well as understanding healthcare systems and health policy.

Students of the first-cycle studies in public health may choose one of the following specializations:

epidemiology and biostatistics,

dental hygiene,

occupational health protection,

organization and management in health care.

A graduate showing the acquired qualifications may seek employment in public and private health care establishments, the National Health Fund, companies offering health insurance, institutions supervising and regulating the operation of the health care system, etc. The graduate is prepared to seek admittance to second degree studies. 

Education Requirements

Qualification to English language program is based on:

- secondary school leaving examination certificate or secondary education diploma or equivalent which entitles the candidate to be considered for admission to a university program in the country it was obtained

- certificate documenting English language fluency level

Other Requirements

The documents should be sent to the following adress: The Faculty of Health Sciences in Bytom, ul. Piekarska 18, 41-902 Bytom. The documents should be sent by post or courier service.


Admission Office

phone: +48 32 208 35 98; +48 513 970 348