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Veterinary Science

Master's in Veterinary Medicine

5.5 years

€9000 pa

Programme profile

This programme comprises general and basic subject groups, followed by the subclinical subjects. The theoretical knowledge in the field of veterinary science during the first four years of study provides a basis for practical training and internships in the final years of study.

All students have a chance to gain a wealth of professional experience during various practical classes, laboratories and 560 hours of internships in clinics (2 months), farms (2 weeks), food production and food safety entities (2 weeks). The students will have a chance to practise in 4 university clinics (Clinic of Surgery, Clinic of Diseases of Horses, Dogs and Cats, Clinic of Birds and Exotic Animals, Clinic or Farm Animals), outbound animal breeding centres and farms.

During the programme, students are asked to do 12 weeks of obligatory internships. Most of them you may do wherever you want to! If you have a favourite veterinary clinic in your country, you are allowed to do university internships there. There are some practical training courses for veterinarians available within the Erasmus+ or IVSA programme. As a young professional, you may choose from many international programmes offering hands-on practical training all over the world (e.g. national parks in Africa, zoological gardens in Europe, etc.). Those training courses are available for more advanced students of the 4-5th year. Students are allowed to get involved as volunteers at the university clinics, animal shelters, Horse Racecourse or NGOs in Wrocław.

Tuition Fees converted from Polish Zloty 40,000 pa at rate current on 01.07.23

Programme content

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.


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

Entry Requirements

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

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at H5. Both of Biology and Chemistry not required at Leaving Cert : one sufficient) but the entrance test includes both subjects.

Some Qs at Interview


Yes: Letter of Motivation

01 March

17 September