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INFORMATION EVENT 31.08.2017 & INTERVIEWS 01.08.2017 IN DUBLIN

Medical Poland supports candidates for medicine, veterinary, dentistry, pharmacy, physiotherapy and nursing at Polish universities (in English). Information event for 2017 entry will be held on 31 August, 17:30 at European Commission Representation in Dublin, 12-14 Mount Street Lower, Dublin 2.

Information event is free but registration is required (to study@medicalpoland.ie: name, number of attendees). Address: Europe House, 12-14 Mount Street Lower, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2, D02 W710.Please note: parking is not provided.

 

This will be an opportunity to meet the university representatives before the interview, as well as Polish Embassy and Irish Department of Foreign Affairs representatives who will shed more light on certain aspects of living in Poland. There will also be a number of Irish students who have already passed the interview and were accepted to Polish Universities this year (who will be starting in Poland in a few weeks time) and their families, so great networking and experience sharing opportunity from a very practical point of view. 

 

APPLICATION OPEN UNTIL 28.08.2017 - EXTENDED UNTIL 30.08.2017

 

Agenda 31.08.2017:

5:30 pm Official Opening: Irish Department of Foreign Affairs & Polish Embassy

5:40 pm Why study in Poland and avail of Medical Poland’s support

6:00 pm Requirements (Medicine, Veterinary)

6:20 pm Medicine

6:40 pm Veterinary

7:00 pm Practical information, Q&A

 

Last Interviews in Dublin (Medicine and Veterinary)

01.09.2017: 8:00 am- 12:30 pm

 

 

 

Study medicine and veterinary in the heart of Europe, in Poland: Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz, Wroclaw University of Life and Environmental Sciences

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