Medical University of Lublin

Tuition and Financial Aid

Financial Aid


 Medical University of Lublin (MUL) understands that planning how you are going to pay for your medical education is an important and sometimes daunting process. While most of our students use a combination of family contribution, private grants and scholarships, some students also consider student loan programs as an option to pay for part or all their educational expenses. It is advisable for all students – including those who have applied for financial aid – to bring sufficient funds with them to cover their initial month's living expenses.

Students of Medical University of Lublin most often rely on the following types of financial aid:

  • U.S. William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program (USA)

  • Sallie Mae Medical School Loans (USA)

  • U.S. Veteran Benefits (USA)

  • Canada Student Loan Programs (Canada)

  • Ontario Student Assistance Program (Canada)

  • State Educational Loan Fund - Lånekassen (Norway)

  • Swedish Board of Student Finance - Centrala studiestödsnämnden CSN (Sweden)

Medical University of Lublin has over 20 years’ experience in certifying loans for students coming from different parts of the world. It is accredited by the U.S. Department of Education and provides the students with financial aid within its direct loan program.

The Financial Aid Office (FAO) is in the Deans Office. The FAO staff is well versed on the proper management on several financial assistance programs that may be available to you. To supplement our efforts, we provide convenient electronic processing of loans through our Virtual Financial Aid Office.

If you are interested in any other type of loans, including private educational loans offered by major banks in your country, we are prepared to certify it for you.


Financial Aid Office Contacts:

Financial Aid Officers (FAO): Ms. Joanna Rutkowska and Ms. Magdalena Fatyga-Ładoszek are the contact persons at the Medical University of Lublin for general financial aid issues. For more information about the status of your application please contact them via email at or via phone at the Dean’s Office at +48 81 448 6310.




September 2020