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Medical Poland would like to invite students interested in studying medicine (4-year graduate entry MD & 6-year undergraduate entry MD) dentistry, physiotherapy, pharmacy, nursing and veterinary, their parents, teachers and Guidance Counsellors to the last Open Day before April interviews and a visit of a well-known vascular surgeon, prof. Jawien in Dublin to present opportunities to study in Poland and get involved in St. Patrick’s parade and celebrations in Bydgoszcz, Poland.

Feel free to join us this Saturday, 30th January, 11 am at Colaiste Mhuire, Ratoath Road, Dublin 7.

More information:

Medical Poland youtube Testimonials – Irish Student & Father – Study in Poland

https://www.facebook.com/MedicalPoland – Six years in medical field in Ireland.

https://twitter.com/MedicalPoland – Six years in medical field in Ireland.

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Photo by Medical Poland – Wrocław 27.01.16
Medical Poland representatives with our students invites you to study in Poland.

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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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