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Poland

Health Sciences

Veterinary Science

Master's in Veterinary Medicine

5.5 years

€8000 pa

Programme profile


Basic sciences

Basic sciences are represented by the Department of Animal Physiology and Biostructure together with the following Divisions: the Division of Animal Anatomy, Division of Animal Physiology, the Division of Histology and Embryology and the Division of Animal Biochemistry within the Department of Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Toxicology.

Compulsory courses in basic sciences include: Anatomy of Domestic Animals, Topographic Anatomy, History and Deontology of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Physiology, Histology and Embryology, Cell Biology, Tissue Culture.

The Department of Animal Physiology and Biostructure offers trainings in domestic and wild animal anatomy for practicing veterinarians and animal breeders.

Preclinical sciences

Preclinical sciences comprise the following obligatory courses: Pathophisiology, Public Health Protection in a State of Disaster, Veterinary Immunology, Ethology and Animal Welfare, Technologies in Animal Production, Veterinary Prevention and Clinical Immunology, as well as Pathomorphology, Ecology and Wildlife Pathology, Veterinary Microbiology, Veterinary Pharmacology, Pharmacy, Toxicology, Environmental Protection, Parasitology and Invasiology.

Clinical sciences

Compulsory courses in Clinical sciences include: General Surgery and Anesthesiology, Detailed Surgery, Orthopedics, Radiology, Surgery of Farm Animals, Horses, Dogs and Cats, Biology, Clinical Diagnostics, Fodder Hygiene, Parasitology and Invasiology, Dietetics, Internal Diseases, Diseases of Cats and Dogs, Forensic Veterinary Medicine. Obligatory courses also include General Epizootiology, Veterinary Epidemiology, Infectious Diseases, Veterinary Administration, Bird Diseases, Fur Animal Diseases, Fish Diseases, Bee Diseases, Marketing for Practicing Veterinarians and Breeding of Farm Animals, Horses, Dogs and Cats.

Progression


This programme is recognised by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons for registration to practise as a vet in the UK and Ireland.

Entry Requirements


3 A-levels + 3 GCSEs, inc Maths. Biology & Chemistry A-Level required

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at H5. LC subjects to include Maths, Biology & Chemistry

Some Qs at Interview

Yes

Yes: Letter of Motivation

Candidates selected on basis of "grades at High School in Biology and Chemistry"

01 March

26 August