University of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Veterinary science
Agricultural, forestry and veterinary sciences
Long cycle Master's Programme (9-12 semesters)
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
5,5 year
Tuition fee: 
17500 PLN (about 4000 EUR) per semester
Degree awarded: 
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) / Veterinary Surgeon
Application deadline: 
Sunday, 16 August, 2020
Day of semester start: 
Thursday, 1 October, 2020
Credits (ECTS): 
Admission requirements: 
Final grades obtained by the candidate at final exams of Chemistry, Biology at high level and English knowledge certified by FCE, CAE, CPE, TOEFL, IELTS on B2 level or any other document that certifies reasonable proficiency in English. All of these documents should be original or certified by the eligible institution. Deadline for submitting the documents is August 16th. After receiving the "Certificate of Admission" from the Dean’s office, you are formally accepted as a student at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. Candidates from Scandinavia,United Kingdom and Northern Ireland are requested to contact our representative for detailed information on subjects and documents required and to apply. List of documents is published at http://www.rekrutacja.upwr.edu.pl/en/.
The course awarded with the EEVE certificate attesting the highest standards of education in Europe assures the candidates of the best choice for veterinary course. Students while studying Veterinary Medicine 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. We encourage our students to develop their individual interests and highlight the importance of practical experience: classes are taught by national and international academic teachers as well as by practicing specialists in Veterinary Medicine. Professional specialization can be continued during PhD studies, postgraduate studies and specialization courses for veterinarians.