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What is it like to be a vet? How can you become one?Medical Poland


Medical Poland Veterinary Career & University Open Day is coming to town (or onto your screen) on 22nd January. If you want to learn what veterinary surgeons do, want to learn what they struggle with, want to see what university options you have to become a vet… or you know anyone who would like to know that - join us, let them know and share info about this online information event.


It is designed to show both career and academic options for students thinking about careers involving animal care, veterinary medicine and related to bring them closer to what the jobs may involve, show pros and cons and challenges.


From a career perspective, veterinarians will share their experience caring for animals (and handling their owners), working at a private animal vet clinic and managing it.


From an academic perspective, we will discuss options to study outside UCD at Polish vet schools, their advantages and disadvantages, clinical and didactical facilities and Medical Poland’s support in preparing to get into the Polish universities and preparing to thrive on the course.


Our special guests will be two veterinarians:

  • Charles Cosgrave, Managing Director of Village Vets
  • Another vet (TBC)


The event is going to be hosted online using the Google Meet platform on 22nd January 2022 at 6:30 pm IST - click this link to register.


For the last 8 years, the  Medical Poland Admission Office has been consequently helping Irish and all international students whose dream is to study medical sciences or veterinary medicine abroad in English.

We would also like to request that you share the information about the event with anyone you think may hold an interest.

You are encouraged to add this event date to your calendar. The event will be delivered via Google Hangout Meet (or a similar technology) and the event link will be emailed to the registered participants a day in advance of the event. Part of the event will be recorded. There will be an opportunity to ask questions during the recorded and the not recorded part.


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