Oradea University offers quality education for students interested in pursuing a career in Medicine. The English Medical Department was opened in 1991 and has since produced Medical Doctors from countries all around the world. The qualification is highly recognized and graduates write the same state licensing exams as the Romanian language Department. The Oradea International Medical University is non-profit and is owned by the state.
The Medicine and Pharmacy Faculty functions as an institution with its own headquarters situated downtown in an impressive building in no. 10, 1 December Square, offering high quality English Medical Education . This building offers adequate spaces for study, providing 5 lecture halls, 18 laboratories, an own library with reference departments, 580 places for pre-clinical practice and all the facilities offered by modern endowment and furnishings. Oradea University prides itself in offering post graduate and specialization studies in various medical fields.