Zaporizhzhia State Medical University (ZSMU)


The Zaporizhzhia State Medical University (ZSMU) and American Medical Academy Inc., (AMA) have executed an exclusive strategic partnership agreement in 2022, for establishing and operating AMA-ZSMU medical campus in Poland, later in the USA and other EU countries.

Zaporizhzhia State Medical University

The Zaporizhzhia State Medical University (ZSMU) has about 120 years of track record as a major European Medical University. (Students from over 40 countries are studying at the Zaporizhzhia Medical University and India alone has over 1,500 students - studying for the 2nd to the 6th -year medical program, as per the pre-war records.)

⦁ ZSMU is listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools and graduates are eligible to apply for Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) certification. Degrees obtained from ZSMU are accepted by Poland, Croatia, Canada, the U.S.A., India, Australia, the EU, the UK and worldwide. ZSMU accreditation is listed at:

⦁ ZSMU website (

AMA-ZSMU Medical Campus (

Advantages of studying Medicine at AMA-ZSMU Medical campus in Poland (


The AMA-ZSMU medical campus is currently under development in Czudec and Stalowa Wola, Poland. The AMA-ZSMU medical campus academic & training programs are completely offered and administered by the ZSMU professors and ZSMU academic council; however, the campus is managed and administered by AMA’s 100% Polish subsidiary organization “American Medical Academy Poland z.o.o.”

The AMA-ZSMU medical campus in Poland is established for ZSMU to provide medical education in English as per ZSMU’s six years of medical program curriculum (EU/US integrated curriculum) by using ZSMU’s faculty members and European and international expert medical trainers and provide quality education and training to the local and international medical students.

The first group of students in medicine at the AMA-ZSMU campus in Poland is preparing to start for the 2023-2024 academic year and classes are pre-scheduled to start in October 2023. Upon completion of the six years (6 years) program, the AMA-ZSMU Medical Campus graduates would get a Master’s Degree in Medicine “MD Degree” from ZSMU (

As per the strategic partnership and general agreement, AMA and its network of partners have the exclusive right to advertise, promote the AMA-ZSMU medical campus in Poland, and recruit qualified local and international students for each academic year. Under this arrangement, AMA is required to collect the published tuition fee (fee for attending a six-year Doctor of Medicine program at the AMA-ZSMU medical campus program in Poland) from each participating candidate. More information about our educational programs is available here

Student hostels are available (separate boys’ and girls’ hostels are available as per the need) nearer to the AMA-ZSMU Medical Campus in Poland. For additional information, including possible admission, accommodation, and any other information, please visit our web

The region map

Currently, the province covers an area of 17,845.76 km² (as of December 31, 2017) and ranks 11th in the country. In terms of the number of inhabitants (about 2.09 million people), it is ranked 8th in Poland. It is the southernmost province of Poland. The seat of the government (voivode) and local government (sejmik) of the voivodeship is Rzeszów.

The decision-making body is the Sejmik of the Podkarpackie Voivodeship, consisting of 33 councilors. The seat of the regional assembly is Rzeszów. The Sejmik elects the executive body of the voivodship, which is the Board of the Podkarpackie Voivodship, consisting of 5 members with the marshal as its chairman.

Stalowa Wola

Stalowa Wola is the largest city and capital of Stalowa Wola County with a population of 58,545 inhabitants, as of 31 December 20 21. It is located in southeastern Poland in the Subcarpathian Voivodeship. The city lies in historic Lesser Poland, near the confluence of the Vistula and the San Rivers and covers an area of 82.5 km2 (31.9 sq mi). Stalowa Wola is one of the youngest cities of Poland. It was built from scratch in the late 1930s in the forests surrounding the village of Pławo. The city was designed to be a settlement for workers of Huta Stalowa Wola (known in 1938 to 1939 as Zakłady Poludniowe or Southern Works), a plant built as part of the Central Industrial Region. Stalowa Wola is home to the sports club Stal Stalowa Wola.

Stalowa Wola is located in the lowlands of the Sandomierz Basin, near the San river. Even today sixty percent of the total area within its administrative borders (82 square kilometers (32 square miles) consists of natural pine forests, remnants of once extensive and primeval Sandomierz Forest. The name of the town, Stalowa Wola, can be roughly translated into English as “steel will” and comes from a statement made by General Tadeusz Kasprzycki, Minister of Military Affairs of Poland in the late 1930s in which he declared that the new Polish industrial development plan of the Central Industrial Area symbolizes the steel will of the Polish nation to modernize itself.


Czudec is a town in Subcarpathian Voivodeship, in south-eastern Poland. It is the seat of the gmina (administrative district) called Gmina Czudec. It lies in Lesser Poland, approximately 16 km (10 mi) southwest of the regional capital Rzeszów. The village has a population of 2,900, and has a rail station on the secondary-importance line from Rzeszów to Jasło.

Czudec was founded at the turn of the 12th and 13th centuries as a fortified settlement erected by Teodor Czador of the Gryf coat of arms, the voivode of Kraków, banished to the Polish-Ruthenian border. Surrounded by forested hills, Czudec is located in the valley of the Wisłok River. According to the legend, the name of the village originated from the word "miracle", i.e. from an event that happened years ago during the Tatar attack.

American Medical Academy Poland z.o.o.

AMA-ZSMU Medical Campus:

Rzeszow & Stalowa Wola, Poland.