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Blog: Places to visit in Wroclaw (when studying veterinary or medicine or just visiting)

Before study really begins and after you’ve had some time to settle into your apartment or dorm, you
might find yourself asking “What can I do for a few hours around this new city?”. Of course, there are
loads of sights to see around Rynek etc.

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Following around 100 Irish high school graduates who headed to study in Poland in 2019, Medical Poland Admission Office is holding an Open Day on 24th October in Dublin to present some of the optiona available in the heart of Europe. 

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This Autumn a record 100+ Irish will join almost 300 colleagues studying already in Poland. Getting a medical or veterinary degree abroad is no longer an option but a necessity for many excellent Leaving Cert students as it becomes increasingly difficult to get a place at Irish medical (and only one veterinary) schools. University College Dublin will take around 80 Irish students for Veterinary Medicine and 90 for Medicine in 2019. This level of restriction on places leaves many taking courses that are not their first choice in the hope that on completion of their degree programme they will take an alternative route into medicine. 

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So you’ve made it! After working hard to get your place in the best Vet school in Poland (by Perspektywy ranking) you can finally see your future beginning to form. So what should you expect from your first real day of many, many ahead studying veterinary?! Your first day will be filled with nervous energy and excitement.You may not know a lot of people in your course but that will all change very quickly.

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Legalization of documents when heading to study medicine or veterinary medicine in Poland

Poland and its people are friendly and very hospitable. They sometimes are also quite formal and they like their documents and procedures right.

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BLOG: Student Accommodation - A Little Bit of Paradise in Wroclaw

Student accommodation is one of the most important non-academic factors considered by students and their parents when making choices around studying abroad. Studying medicine and veterinary in the heart of Europe is so popular also because student accommodation in Poland is of high standard and costs fraction of what is charged e.g. in UK or Ireland. The dorms in most Polish cities are located within the campus boundaries or a few minutes on foot from the university. This makes them the most natural choice for first-year students,

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Medical Poland Admission Office for last 6 years has been consequently helping Irish and all international students who dream of studying medicine or veterinary medicine. Medical Poland Admission Office invites you to an Open Day to present an opportunity to study Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy in English in Europe. In 2018 all our applicants were successfully offered a place at a Polish University - In Poland, we have 12 public universities offering programs in English.

 

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Medical Poland Admission Office for last 6 years has been helping Irish and all international students who dream of studying medicine or veterinary medicine in Europe. This Open Day will be an opportunity to learn more about studying Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy in English in the heart of Europe. This will also be a pre-departure briefing for tens of students alteady enrolled into medical and veterinary programmes in Poland in 2019.

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Before study really begins and after you’ve had some time to settle into your apartment or dorm, you
might find yourself asking “What can I do for a few hours around this new city?”. Of course, there are
loads of sights to see around Rynek etc.

_more

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