1) Present the secondary school-leaving certificate authorizing the candidate to enter the university in the country of its issuing,
2) Obtain grades of at least: 65% of a max. grade in biology and 65% of a max. grade in chemistry or 65% of a max. grade of the subject covering chemistry and biology programme. In case of grades lower than 65% of respective max. grades, the candidate will have to take the entrance exam via the Internet (e.g. Skype) or at the University of Life Sciences in Lublin on the date agreed with the University. The candidate will be charged with a fee of 90,-Eu payable on the University account.
Recruitmnent : deadline 15,Sept. 2017.
Please visit www.up.lublin.pl/graduate-vet/ to find more info
Why study veterinary medicine at ULSL?
• Long tradition of excellence in research and teaching, high qualified staff, modern facilities, equipment and campus
• The history of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine dates back to 1944, since then 6 000 veterinary surgeons have graduated
• Diploma recognized within European Union
• University has very good sport facilities. In modern sports and recreation center students can improve their skills at athletics, swimming, basketball, volleyball, combat sports, climbing. Nearby sailing station has all water equipment necessary.
• Poland is a member of WHO
• Located in the heart of Europe – Lublin is well known for its great cultural and student opportunities
• 5.5 year (11 semester) program of Veterinary Medicine
• At ULSL we integrate hands-on clinical practice together with modern teaching methods
• Strengthening of educational process is conducted through system of practical professional training in private clinics, meat plants, milk plants and sanitary-veterinary inspection units
• Students actively participate in diagnosis and treatment of clinical cases
• University clinics have a total of 8 surgical theatres: for small animals, farm animals, ophthalmology and dental
• We offer 38 elective subjects out of which students have to choose 12 during whole period of studies - enabling them to complete their studies in a chosen area of interest. The aim is to ensure flexible configuration of the curriculum
• Subjects are divided into basic sciences, clinical sciences, professional knowledge and other (e.g. foreign languages, first aid course)
• Curriculum starts with basic subjects such as anatomy, biochemistry, physiology. Later on students are acquainted with hygiene of food of animal orgin, elements of husbandry and nutrition. Clinical subjects are offered together with obligatory clinical practice
• Among facultative subjects students can choose e.g. exotics animals, oncology, ophthalmology