Students while studying Veterinary Medicine programme at Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences obtain knowledge of the subjects belonging to the general and basic groups, which corresponds with general academic profile of education, then they have clinical subjects.
The student takes the compulsory practice and clinical internships, through which he acquires practical skills used in veterinary profession. Conducting species oriented training, clinical internships and the opportunity to choose items from a group of elective subjects allow students to clarify and adjust the acquired knowledge and skills to the future practical profession.
The theoretical knowledge in the field of veterinary science during the first four years of study provides a basis for practical training in the final years of study. Professional specialization can be continued during PhD studies, postgraduate studies and specialization courses for veterinarians.
Semester credits based on obtained course credits form grades of mid-term and end-term tests and exams held in oral or written form. In the case of some subjects tests and exams can have practical and theoretical parts.
Graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine has the qualifications necessary to obtain the right to practice the profession of veterinary surgeon. Such qualifications are given by regional chambers of Veterinary Medicine.
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The Veterinary Medicine programme is mainly intended for High School/ Secondary School graduates who fulfil the minimum requirements. Candidates for these studies have to possess a high level of knowledge on the subjects of: Chemistry, Biology and English on B2 level. This needs to be proven by certificate or school reports.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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