Student years have definitely come to an end for 261 graduates of the study programme of General Medicine by receiving the degree of MUDr., 68 graduates of the study programme Dentistry by receiving the degree of MDDr., 178 graduates of Bachelor's study programmes/fields by receiving the degree of Bc. and 43 graduates of follow-up Master's programmes by receiving the degree of Mgr.
As for the English study programmes, 50 students of General Medicine graduated with the degree of Doctor of Medicine – abbreviated to MUDr., 5 students in the study programme of Dentistry graduated with the degree of Doctor of Dental medicine – abbreviated to MDDr. and 3 students of the Bachelor's study programme of Physiotherapy, graduated with the degree of Bc. 42 students took part in the graduation (including students from last year, as last year’s graduations were not held for foreign students). Unfortunately, even this year, many foreign students were unable to attend graduation due to COVID-19-related restrictions.
With their promise of "spondeo ac polliceor" or "I pledge and promise", graduates accept not only their degree but most importantly the commitment of being a full-fledged part of health care, promising to develop their knowledge until the end of their careers and practising their profession honestly, responsibly and ethically.
In their speeches, the graduates recapitulated their student lives full of different experiences at the faculty, during internships and with their classmates at social events. They did not forget to pay tribute to their loved ones, who supported them in every possible way throughout their studies, as well as to all the academics and pedagogical staff.
The entire Faculty of Medicine MU, represented by Vice-Deans and university officials, would like to congratulate all the graduates! To those graduates, who choose to continue their studies at our faculty, we would like to wish that the challenging path they choose will meet their expectations. We wish those, who leave the gates of their alma mater, a lot of success and that they may always find the original purpose in their demanding professions: to help the sick.