Uniform Master Veterinary Medicine studies in the English language
Area of Studies
Degree (in English)
5,5 years full time (11 semesters)
Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences
Tuition and Other Fees
Tuition fee: PLN 17 500 per semester
Application fee: EUR 20
Student ID: PLN 22
17 September 2023
Veterinary Medicine 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 centers and farms.
During the study 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 the university internships there. There are some practical trainings 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 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.
There are 6 scientific groups for students of veterinary medicine at UPWr. There is also an organization operating internationally: International Veterinary Students' Association (IVSA), which has its representative students at the faculty as well.
Applicants for veterinary medicine uniform master studies are obliged to present a document certifying they have obtained secondary education. Depending on the education system, this can be a matriculation certificate, secondary school leaving examination results, or the high school diploma. The document presented by the applicant has to entitle them to study at the undergraduate university level in the country where the document has been issued.
Non-native speakers of English will be required to present one of the following certificates proving knowledge of the English language:
- IELTS, at least level B2;
- TOEFL, at least level B2;
- Cambridge B2 First, C1 Advanced, C2 Proficiency (former FCE, CAE, CPE);
- an IB or EB diploma;
- a document from your high school/college certifying the language of instruction was English;
- German secondary school certificates: minimum grade 2 (scope 1-6), 8 (scope 1-15);
- Norwegian secondary school certificates: English language - minimum grade 4; ·
- Swedish secondary school certificates: English language - minimum grade C or VG;
- Danish secondary school certificates: English language - minimum grade A level 7;
- others considered individually.
Applicants will be invited to attend an online interview.
Phone: + 48 71 320 16 00, 8.00 am - 3.00 pm CET
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