Because of not filling the limit of minimum 25 participants of Pre-course till 30th August, the authorities of the Faculty decided that course must be canceled.

Pre-course

Date:: 4-22 September, 2017

Price and Payment

Basic package: 2 600 PLN (The price includes 100 hours of schooling, stationery, starter kits)
Package Plus: 3 250 PLN (The price includes 100 hours of schooling, stationery, starter kits, lunches, accommodation, guided trip around Świętokrzyskie Region)


Bank account number:

Account number: PL 86 1140 2020 0000 3553 6600 1009
Bank name: mBank S.A.
P.O. Box 728
00-950 WARSAW
SWIFT: BREX PL PW
Recipient’s name:
Uniwersytet Jana Kochanowskiego, ul. Żeromskiego 5, 25-369 Kielce
Payment title: Preparatory course – Candidate’s Name and Surname
Payment confirmation must be sent to the following email address medicineschool@ujk.edu.pl


How to Apply

To apply for the Preparatory Biology, Chemistry and Physics Course complete the application FORM and return it to the School of Medicine via e-mail (in PDF format) to the following address: medicineschool@ujk.edu.pl
The deadline for payment for the pre-course is till August 30th 2017 Accommodation in the UJK Melodia Dormitory is available for the participants of the course. Details on the dormitory are available here:
http://www.ujk.edu.pl/medicineschool/accomodation.php
The pre course is recommended by the authorities of the Faculty of Medicine


Syllabus for chemistry, biology, physics:


Biology - 50h
  • CELL BIOLOGY EUKARYOTIC CELL
    • Plasma Membrane
    • Membrane-bound Organelles
    • Nucleus and Other Defining Characteristics
    • Cytoskeleton
    • Cell Cycle and Mitosis
    • Cell Death
  • OTHER FORMS OF LIFE
    • Fungi
    • Virus Structure
    • Viral Life Cycle
    • Prokaryotic Cell: Bacteria Structure
    • Prokaryotic Cell: Growth and Physiology
    • Prokaryotic Cell: Genetics
  • SYSTEMS OF THE BODY 20h
    • Nerve Cell/Neural
    • Muscle Cell/Contractile
    • Endocrine System: Hormones
    • Circulatory System
    • Immune System: Innate and Adaptive Immunity
    • Digestive System
    • Excretory System
    • Skeletal System
    • Respiratory System
    • Reproductive System
  • GENETICS
    • Mendelian Concepts
    • Meiosis and Genetic Variability
    • Evolution
Chemistry - 30h

General and Inorganic Chemistry

  • BIOCHEMISTRY
    • DNA Structure and Function
    • Genetic Code
    • Protein Synthesis
    • Enzyme Structure and Function
    • Basic Metabolism
  • Stoichiometry of chemical reaction
    • Amount of substance (mole, Avogadro constant, extensive properties)
    • Molar concentration
    • Mass concentration
    • Chemical yield

      Calculus includes: balancing chemical equations; atomic and molar mass; number of moles; molar and mass (percentage) concentrations; preparation of a solution of a given concentration via dilution or mixing standard solutions; volume and density of a solution; yields of chemicals reactions; limiting reagents.

  • Inorganic nomenclature
    • Acids, bases, salts, coordination compounds
  • The properties of gases
      Ideal gas equation of state
    • The gas laws
    • Molar volume
    • Mole fractions and partial pressures

      Calculus includes: gas pressure; amount of gases in standard, normal, and given conditions; molar volume; use of gas laws and perfect gas equation; mole fractions and partial pressures.

  • Elements of thermodynamics
    • Thermochemical equation
    • Work, heat, and energy
    • The First Law (internal energy)
    • Enthalpy
    • Thermochemistry (standard enthalpy changes, Hess’s law, enthalpies of formation and combustion)

      Calculus includes: heat in constant volume and pressure; standard enthalpy changes; use of Hess’s law; enthalpy of reaction from formation enthalpy and combustion enthalpy.

  • Chemical equilibrium
    • The reaction Gibbs energy
    • Exergonic and endergonic reactions
    • The reaction quotient and equilibrium constant
    • The response of equilibria to the conditions
    • Acid-base equilibria in water (definitions of acids and bases, dissociation degree, acidity constant, autoprotolysis constant, pH scale, hydrolysis)
    • Dissociation of ionic solids and reactions in water (solubility constants)

      Calculus includes: equilibrium constant K; initial, equilibrium and final concentrations of reactants; pH of the solutions of strong and weak acids and bases; dissociation constant for weak acids (Ka) and bases (Kb); dissociation degree; hydrolysis constant; concentration of ions and solubility constant of ionic substances.>/p>

  • Redox reactions
    • Oxidation number
    • Electrochemical cells (notation, half-reactions and electrodes, the cell reaction, the cell potential)
    • Standard potentials
    • The electrochemical series

      Calculus includes: oxidation number for inorganic and organic compounds; balancing redox equations; standard cell potential; zero-current cell potential for galvanic and electrolyte concentration cell.

  • Atomic structure and chemical bonds
    • Electronic configuration (hydrogen and hydrogenic atoms, many-electron atoms), open-shell systems, radicals
    • Isotopes
    • Periodic table
    • Electronegativity
    • Chemical bonds
Physics - 20h
  • Speed, velocity and acceleration. Force and momentum, Newton Laws of motion. Work, energy and power.
  • Behaviour of gases: pressure, Boyle, Charles, Universal Gas Laws.
  • Heat: capacity, transfer, temperature. Waves: reflection, refraction, diffraction. Refraction of light, lenses, eye. Sound.
  • Electric current, charge, potential difference, resistance. Electromagnetic induction. Atomic structure, electron beams, X-rays, radioactivity.
  • Communication systems