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BLOG: 2ND YEAR STUDENT POST BY SADHBH

In this months blog, we talk to a current second-year Veterinary medicine student in University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Wroclaw. Ciara Power is a 19-year-old Irish girl from the small town of Tower, Co Cork. She has always wanted to study Veterinary medicine, having many animals herself at home including dogs, cats, chicken and ducks. She came to Poland straight from Secondary School. With increasing points required for the intensive course and UCD being the only college in Ireland to offer it, like most young Irish students, Ciara started looking into studying abroad and specifically Europe. While researching the different colleges who offer Veterinary medicine, she found the Medical Poland admission office. After contacting us, we informed her along with many other students about studying Veterinary in Wroclaw. WUELS is a highly accredited University having received high rankings from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland, “KNOW” status from the National Scientific Leadership Committee and of course earned the ranking as the best Veterinary School in Poland.

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BLOG: Moving to Wroclaw by Sadhbh

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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OPEN DAY: DUBLIN: MEDICAL AND VETERINARY STUDIES IN THE HEART OF EUROPE

Medical Poland Admission Office for last 5 years has been consequently helping Irish and all international students who dream of studying medicine or veterinary medicine in the heart of Europe. We were happy to learn from Polish Ministry of Education’s report that in August 2018 there were 247 Irish students in Poland and majority of them, 233 students, had chosen to study medicine and veterinary medicine programs through English in Poland. “Irish young and well educated students have decided to start their medical and veterinary career at the universities of Wroclaw, Bialystok, Poznan, Warsaw, but the favorite medical university remains Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz. In August 2018 there were 43 students from Ireland and this number increased in October 2018 to 59 studying medicine in English” says Adam Krawczyk, Head of Medical Poland Admission Office. We expect this trend to continue as we can see the enormous interest in studying medicine, dentistry and veterinary abroad and increasingly often in Poland.

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BLOG: VETERINARY by Sadhbh

Why I chose Medical Poland

Why I chose to study with Medical Poland Admission Office Admission Office.
Veterinary Medicine has always been a passion of mine and I knew it was the career path I wanted to take. With rising points, staggering competition as well as UCD being the only university to offer the course in the whole of Ireland, I knew I had to look at Veterinary schools abroad in Europe. I attended a Eunicas event held in Dublin in April 2018 with my mother and brother. The event was held for students who wanted to study medicine and veterinary abroad/in Europe. I had been accepted to study Veterinary Medicine in Budapest, Hungary and wanted to get some more information from a university representative. In a weird , but now perfect twist of faith, no one from college in Budapest could attend the event. I was somewhat surprised and almost put off at this information but was lead to the Medical Poland Admission Office stand by the Eunicas representative, Guy. This is where I met Adam, Artur and Gosia and began my journey with them.

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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.

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We are delighted to invite you to our very anticipated, Medical Poland Open Day! The event will take place on Saturday, 18 November, 11:00-12:30 at Polish Weekend School SEN (Colaiste Mhuire, Ratoath Road, Dubln 7, map).

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ADMISSION FOR 2017/18

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.

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Blog Post: VETERINARY

The decision making process

Welcome everyone! This  blog is for those curious about medical and veterinary studies in Poland. My name is Máirín-Rua and I’m a third year veterinary medicine student in Wroclaw, Poland. I’ll be your guide through the highs and lows of vet school, and what brought me to this beautiful country.

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NEWS

Leaving Cert Results: Irish Doctors & Vets Made in Poland

 

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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