Over dozen Irish students accepted to study Medicine in Poland before the Leaving Cert

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At least 16 Irish students have secured places at medical schools in Bydgoszcz and Wroclaw in Poland before sitting the Leaving Certificate. The students have  been issued conditional offers from medical and veterinary universities after successful interviews in Dublin last month. If they pass their Leaving Cert, this September they will join dozens of fellow Irish students already studying in Bydgoszcz, Poznan and Wroclaw.

Most of the prospective students visited Collegium Medicum over St. Patrick’s weekend. They was an opportunity to meet current Irish students who shared their experiences studying in Poland.

Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences will also welcome at least 5 new Irish and British students in September. The veterinary programme starts a few weeks earlier to make sure all students are prepared, especially as far as physics is concerned. The university offers additional pre-study courses in this subject.

Medical Poland has been working with the most dynamic Polish medical universities, which has seen a huge increase in the number of international student applications this year. These are public institutions, and are supported by European and Polish bodies to ensure they are highly competitive and equipped in the newest medical technologies.



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