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There is no central application system for third level institutions in Poland (or Ireland's CAO/Central Application Office's equivalent), so everything is different from one university to the next one. Polish public medical and veterinary schools have varied application processes, admission requirements, documents, forms and... deadlines. Medical Poland Admission Office guides through the options and helps with the right strategy.

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Medical Poland helps get places at Polish medical schools. In a 50-minute tutorial and Q&A session Artur Banaszkiewicz explains how to prepare for the admission test and interview at one of the top and most recognised Polish medical schools - PUMS (Poznań University of Medical Sciences). 

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Medical Poland Pre-Test Course is a learning and revision support tool designed by Medical Poland’s experienced academic team to help applicants increase their chances of successfully passing entrance exams and tests for the Polish medical and veterinary schools.

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Medical Poland Admission Office - university admission office for Polish medical and veterinary schools - for information sessions on studying in Poland to learn about best medical schools abroad, in the heart of Europe, their entry requirements, selection criteria, admission processes, tuition fees in Poland and Medical Poland Admission Office's continuous  support.

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Information for international students studying medicine in Poland, at NCU Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz -  yesterday Rectors' Letter (in Polish) to the academic and student community was published, indicating some of the current's academic year timeline changes and update of e-learning regulations. 

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Student experience is a huge factor in everything Medical Poland does. Studying medicine is difficult enough. Medical Poland's team works with universities and medical schools in Poland and is making every effort to make the process as comfortable as possible. Read on to see what an Irish resident, 1st year student, Marek, feels about studying medicine through English in Szczecin.

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PUMS made significant ammendments in the 2020 admission requirements allowing applicants provide their high school diplomas later and sit structured exams (required for the graduate entry programme) until the end of 1st year making it much easier for many to apply. 

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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.

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Open Day - Medical Poland Admission Office 

Whilst some 120 Irish headed to Poland last week to study medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, nursing in English in the heart of Europe, in Poland, we encourage you to think ahead and start planning your choices now. 

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