Veterinary Medicine

  • Faculty: Veterinary Medicine  
  • Type of studies: long-cycle (full time) studies/ Veterinary Physician (DVM)
  • Duration: 11 semesters 
  • Diploma: recognized within European Union 

 

  • Information about the programme

    The curriculum starts with basic subjects as Anatomy, Biochemistry and Physiology. Later on, students become acquainted with animal-origin food hygiene, elements of husbandry and nutrition. Clinical subjects are offered together with obligatory clinical practice. Students participate actively in the diagnosis and treatment of clinical cases. University clinics have a total of 8 surgical theatres: for small animals, farm animals, ophthalmology and dental clinic. The history of the Veterinary Medicine Faculty dates back to 1944, since then over 6000 veterinary surgeons have graduated. 

    • Long tradition of excellence in research and teaching.
    • Highly qualified staff, modern facilities, equipment and campus.
    • 38 elective subjects (students have to choose 12 of them during the whole period of studies). The main aim is to ensure flexible design of curriculum. 
    • Subjects 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 get acquainted with hygiene of animal source food, elements of husbandry and nutrition. Clinical subjects are offered together with obligatory clinical practice.
    • Among elective subjects students can choose e.g. exotic animals, oncology, ophthalmology. 
  • European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education Accreditation

    The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Life Sciences in Lublin received a decision on granting accreditation from the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE).

    The certificate confirms the highest quality of education at the faculty. This accreditation assures the graduates of the faculty that their professional diploma is recognised in the European Union. 

    The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Life Sciences in Lublin received European accreditation for the second time, the first time it took place in 2005.

    The European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education was founded in 1988. It currently has approximately 100 veterinary departments in Europe, Israel and Turkey. EAEVE’s mission is to evaluate, promote and support a high level of education in the field of veterinary medicine.

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