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Open Day 13th August 2015 Dublin office at 5pm – Both students & parents are welcome.

Medical Poland is holding an Open Day in our Dublin Office on the 13th of August at 5pm. Open Day is free, registration is not required.

This Wednesday Leaving Cert results will be a disappointment for many students going for medicine in Ireland (and their parents). As every year. Well known surgeon Professor Jawien from one of the best Medical Schools in Poland is coming this Thursday to Ireland to recruit students, also those lacking a few points to study in Ireland.

Professor Arkadiusz Jawien who is coming to Ireland this Thursday is a recognised vascular surgeon, President of the European Society for Vascular Surgery and a Council Member of the European Wound Management Association. He initiated medical programmes through English at Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz that now becomes popular with Irish students.

We are happy to confirm that the next interview will be held at Medical Poland offices at 63 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin 1 on 14th of August 2015.

Please contact Michael at for more information.

Medical Poland offers

Medicine (M.D.) 6-year undergraduate program
Medicine (M.D.) 4-year graduate program

Nursing (B.Sc) 3-year program

Dental Surgery ( D.D.S. ) 5-year program
Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) 6-year program
Physiotherapy (B.Sc.) 3-year program

For a brief insight into what you can expect if you chose to study in Poland have a look at the University’s Open Day held earlier this year.

Irish Graduate of Polish Medical University Talks About Studying

Do not wait until leaving cert results to secure your place, visit our Open Day on 13th August ( Thursday) or contact Michael at


Tips before going and advice for when you get here to study Veterinary.

So the day finally arrived! I was about to begin my journey towards the rest of my life, a journey of an Irish studying veterinary medicine abroad, in the heart of Europe! I was preparing for weeks for the move and was filled with both excitement and nerves. I had been researching more about the university and started brushing up on some topics the Medical Poland Admission Office had suggested I should revise. I had never lived or studied abroad before so was nervous about the change in culture and living away from my friends and family. I had been in contact with some veterinary students through the Facebook page about suggestions before moving and they answered any questions I had. I also would recommend downloading the Duolingo app to begin some basic Polish so you’re not completely lost when you get here! Its important to keep an eye on Instagram and Facebook for updates and discussions between students, Medical Poland and the university.



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