Study offering for veterinary medicine through the careful and competent selection of programme content provides students of long-cycle Master’s degree programme with:
• knowledge, skills and competences required to describe rules and mechanisms underlining animal health, diagnose disease and implement therapy in a single animals or in a herd; • competence in protection of public health via monitoring of animal feed, animal production, production facilities, products of animal origin and distribution and transport of animals and products of animal origin; • competences in soft skills: problem solving, accumulation, elaboration, critical analysis and propagation of knowledge, working in the multidisciplinary team.
Entry requirements Recruitment to the programme is handled by external recruiting agency, the International Medicine Studies (www.ims-medstudy. com; email@example.com). Finished secondary level education and the diploma recognized by EU is required for application to the course. Candidates are required to take biology and chemistry exam.
Main mandatory subjects:
Anatomy, cell biology, histology & embryology, biology, chemistry, biophysics, information technology, Latin, copyrights, genetics, biostatistics, agronomy
Biochemistry, physiology, animal husbandry and breeding, ethology, epidemiology, microbiology, immunology
Parasitology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, clinical and laboratory diagnostics, general surgery and anesthesiology, public health, bee diseases, pathomorphology
Farm animal and equine diseases, meat hygiene, pathomorphology, feed hygiene, imagine diagnostics, safety of animal-origin food, zoonosis, toxicology, andrology, fish diseases, ethical aspects of veterinary practice
Dogs and cat diseases, dietetics, avian diseases, administration and legal aspects in veterinary, fur animal diseases, veterinary prevention, milk hygiene, clinic rotations
Clinical rotations, herd health management
Internship, practice Student is obliged to complete: husbandry practice (80 h/2 weeks), veterinary inspection (80 h / 2 weeks twice), clinical practice (160 h / 4 weeks twice).
4800€ for winter semester
3600€ for summer semester