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Study Medicine – Information Event – Colaiste Mhuire, Ratoath Rd, Dublin 7

Information event in Dublin 21st November, 11am, Colaiste Mhuire, Ratoath Rd, Dublin 7

INTERESTED OF STUDYING MEDICINE AND JOIN IRISH STUDENTS IN POLAND…

APPLICATION PROCESS BEGINS 21ST NOVEMBER 2015

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Leaving Cert Results Drive Students to Poland

Well known medical figure looking for Irish students.

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.

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Study Medicine Last Open Day in Dublin with a special guest – Do not miss it !!!

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.

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Trade Section of Polish Embassy in Dublin, Polish National Tourist Office in London and Medical Poland would like to invite to a seminar that will focus on medical sector in Poland and its offer for Irish patients.This event is free of charge but pre-registration is essential.

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NEWS

Decision has been made by the Polish Government to keep all universities closed at least until 10th April. Medical Poland now predicta that face to face classes, practicals and lectures may not resume at least until the end of April. Please note, in some European countries, teaching has been entirely moved online (to the degree it is practical) with notices that face to face teaching will not resume this term. It is too early for Medical Poland to predict if this will be the case in Poland. Whilst Medical Poland is making enquiries with university officials, for detailed information, please follow respective universities website and social media as well as direct communication you receive. 

Medical Poland’s advice remains in line with the one of the Polish Health Minister namely to limit travel and adhere to social (spacial) distancing guidelines for public health reasons.

Today the Irish Embassy informed about one remaining flight from Poland to Ireland - please read below: 

Dear friends,

As you are aware there has been significant travel disruption related to COVID-19. Please continue to monitor the Embassy Twitter profile at http://www.twitter.com/IrlEmbWarsaw for the most recent update.

We understand that after today LOT is operating one further WAW-DUB charter flight for Irish citizens and residents of Ireland on Friday 27 March. Irish citizens who wish to return to Ireland should make arrangements now. There may be no further flight options for the foreseeable future.

To register interest in this LOT flight, please see: https://dfa.ie/irish-embassy/poland/news-and-events/newsarchive/travel-restrictions-at-polish-borders.html

LOT have advised that potential passengers should answer their phone calls, are prepared to accept a flight offer and are prepared to make payment for their flight.  There is no guarantee that LOT will be able to contact you again if you do not answer their call.

Please send any expression of interest in this LOT flight by 20:00 this evening, Wednesday 25 March. We cannot guarantee we will be in a position to take forward any contacts made after this time.

Regards, 

Embassy of Ireland

warsawembassy@dfa.ie    +48 22 564 22 00


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