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Medical Poland are delighted to invite you to our very anticipated Medical Poland Open Seminar to present an opportunity to study Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy in English in the heart of Europe.

Irish students increasingly look for education at Europe’s prestigious universities and more and more often choose Poland, ranked second in safety by OECD.

The Open Days are to encourage students and their families to consider studying with Medical Poland, as well as inform about Polish public medical university programs in English language, including degree courses in:

  • Medicine 

  • Veterinary

  • Dentistry

  • Pharmacy

  • Physiotherapy

The number of seats is limited.

 

LONDON: Thursday, 26 April, The Embassy of the Republic of Poland in London, 47 Portland Pl, Marylebone, London W1B 1JH, UK. Register here.

 

AGENDA: 

5:30pm   Registration

6:00pm   Welcome

6:10pm   Why study in Poland? - Adam Krawczyk, Medical Poland

6:20pm   Higher education in Poland, Medical Poland

6:30pm   Collegium Medicum - prof. Arkadiusz Jawien

6:45pm   University of Environmental and Life Sciences - Michal Dzięcioł, PhD

7:00pm   Medical University of Bialystok (TBC)

7:15pm   Other universities and Q&A

7:45pm   Closing remarks / finish

 

Enquiries: support@medicalpoland.ie

 

DUBLIN: Friday, 27 April, Hilton Garden Inn Dublin Hotel, 1 Custom House Quay, Dublin, Ireland. Register here

 

AGENDA:

6:15pm Registration

6:30pm Welcome

6:40pm Why study in Poland? - Adam Krawczyk, Medical Poland

6:50pm Higher education in Poland, Medical Poland

7:00pm Collegium Medicum - prof. Arkadiusz Jawien

7:15pm University of Environmental and Life Sciences - Michal Dzięcioł, PhD

7:30pm Medical University of Bialystok (TBC)

7:45pm Other universities and Q&A

8:15pm Closing remarks / finish

 

Enquiriessupport@medicalpoland.ie

 

NEWS

One of the biggest questions I had before moving for my Veterinary studies to Wroclaw was “How do I pronounce this?” For most Irish and UK medicine and veterinary students, it's not the easiest to figure out if you don’t have any Polish. Phonetically, it is pronounced “Vrots-wahf”. Practice makes perfect when learning anything new…including the Polish language so even have a listen to Google translate to hear how it's pronounced. Arriving to a new city to begin an intensive course of study isn’t easy so I would recommend visiting the city before your veterinary studies begin. I have made a list of some local attractions and essentials to see when you get here.

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