Study in Poland - Wroclaw - Medical Poland

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The Wroclaw Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, as an inheritor of the scientific achievements and traditions of the Lviv Academy of Veterinary Medicine, launched its activity on the 1 November 1945 as a department of the established from scratch University and Polytechnic of Wroclaw.


For all the years of its existence, the Faculty rapidly and dynamically evolved in terms of infrastructure, scientific research as well as didactic activity.


Currently, scientific and didactic staff constitutes more than 100 approved specialists in various disciplines of veterinary medicine. The researches carried out at the Faculty are appreciated by the domestic and foreign scientific community as well as by business entities.


In May 2016 the Faculty received official EAEVE certificate of approval, in accordance with EAEVE standards and based on the educational requirements of the EAEVE Organization.

For more information please contact:





1. Application form
2. Biology + Chemistry on final high schhol exam (e.g. Leaving Cert/A-Levels*) or passed BMAT/SAT exam
3. Personal statement, 1-page long, mentioning your motivation to study Veterinary and to study in Poland

 Interview (in Wroclaw/Dublin/via Skype – checking general motivation & attitude, 2-3 questions in Biology and Chemistry)

Please send the documents listed along with the scan of confirmation of application fee payment to:

*or mocks results/letter from school/teacher with applicant's predicted grades in those subjects if one applies before they have sat the final high school exam




Watch the video and learn more about why is it worth to study Veterinary Medicine abroad and study Veterinary Medicine with Medial Poland:



• The University cooperates on a large scale with business units, for example, KGHM Polska Miedź S.A., Henkel, Hasko-Lek, Cargill, Grupa Maspex, and SKOTAN S.A. Plenty of technology and know-how rights were sold as part of this cooperation.

• The WUELS possesse over 100 facilities, including a modern sports centre. The WUELS provides accommodation in student houses for 1800 students (90 per cent of non-Wrocław residents).

• The  the Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences has signed bilateral agreements with 52 universities in different parts of the world. The WUELS participates in the Socrates/Erasmus, CEEPUS, Leonardo da Vinci, COST and 5th and 6th EU Framework programmes. This university's students often choose to spend some time of their studies studying abroad.






Applying to Wroclaw University od Environmental Sciences and studying veterinary in Poland:

1. Application Fee – 190 EURO - guarantees Medical Poland's support throughout the admission process and whole time of study*
2. Admission University Fee – 19 EURO
3. Tuition fee – 8000 EURO/year

*The application fee guarantees that Medical Poland Admission Office:

• Advises on best options
• Guides through application
• Prepares for interview
• Helps to secure the place from March
• Runs university tours
• Supports on the ground in Poland (cultural & language support, apartment search etc.)
• Helps to organize summer placements in Poland
• Provides other support




Student life is not only centered on the academic work and development. Study time is the unique opportunity to meet new friends, develop passions and interests. Science clubs 

Besides curricular classes and lectures the students with a real passion for research have a choice of 54 science clubs, like: international students' of veterinary medicine association, exotic animals circle, circle of anthropologists, circle of biotechnologists, land management engineers’ circle ‘Puzzles’, etc.



The University fosters the activities of numerous artistic groups and student clubs, such as: Salsa Dancing, the University of Folk Dance and Song Group ‘Jedliniok’ and the University Choir. The two last groups pride themselves on local and international achievements and tours around the globe.



The students take advantage from using WUELS sport facilities, like: indoor swimming pool, gyms, sport hall, tennis and pool tables. At the WUELS there is University Sports Association with a choice of 17 sport sections, like: basketball, volleyball, etc.



The University participates in international educational programmes, such as ERASMUS+, CEEPUS, TEMPUS and LEONARDO DA VINCI. Thanks to this activity it is possible for the University students and academic teachers to travel and study or conduct research abroad, and for the international students to come and study at any of the five faculties.


Wroclaw - The Best European Destination 2018

• Inhabitants: 638 364
• Airport: Wroclaw
• 4,5 hour by train from Warsaw
• 4,5 hours by bus from Prague, Czech Republic


Wrocław is the fourth largest city in Poland and the biggest city in the west of the country. Situated on the Odra river is a unique city with 12 islands and 112 bridges. Being the most important city of Lower Silesia, it is its administrative, economic and cultural capital. Wroclaw is a city of tolerance. Multicultural, open to new ideas and challenges, famous for its hospitality. All visitors are fascinated and taken in by its architecture and beauty. Wrocław was the European Capital of Culture in 2016 and won the competition for the best European destination in 2018.


Popular attractions:

• Panorama Racławicka
• Hydropolis
• Japanese garden
• Market Square
• Ossolineum garden
• The Monument of an Anonymous Passer-by
• Ostrów Tumski
• Wrocław’s Multimedia Fountain
• Centennial Hall
• Find as many Wrocław Dwarves as you can


The University participates in international educational programmes, such as ERASMUS+, CEEPUS, TEMPUS and LEONARDO DA VINCI. Thanks to this activity it is possible for the University students and academic teachers to travel and study or conduct research abroad, and for the international students to come and study at any of the five faculties.



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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