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Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Warsaw

Tuesday 9.05.2017

Mission of the Faculty

Our mission is to provide a high quality veterinary teaching and excellent research-based education. To provide graduates theoretical and knowledge and practical skills to handle wide variety of health, welfare and management problems concerning farm and companion animals. We undertake high quality research to support the teaching process at the masters level postgraduate as well as PhD studies and continuing education for veterinarians. In Faculty clinics we provide veterinary care for all species of animals.

Educational objectives

Our educational objective is to provide a curriculum and the instructional resources necessary to enable students to obtain the professional title of “lekarz weteryanrii” (brit. Veterinary Surgeon; am. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine). The Faculty continuously develops a curriculum that provides a strong foundation in veterinary medical sciences. It is expected that graduates will be well versed in fundamentals of veterinary medical sciences and will be able to meet the professional challenges they will encounter throughout their career.

Brief program of studies

The five and a half-year degree program consists of a total of 120 mandatory courses and electives. The diploma is received after passing all required exams and accumulating at least 330 ECTS points. Each academic year is divided into two semesters separated by winter and summer vacations. The study program is intensive and demanding, with students taking roughly 800 hours of classes (~60 ECTS) per year.

  1. a) First year: students develop a basic understanding of the life sciences underpinning veterinary medicine and become familiar with veterinary and medical terms. The main courses are animal anatomy, histology and embryology and biochemistry in order to help students to obtain profound knowledge of the composition of the animal body.
  2. b) Second year: students delve more deeply into the life sciences, particularly clinical anatomy, physiology and veterinary immunology. In this year students begin studying microbiology and learn about animal breeding and nutrition. The introduction to animal well-being and ethology helps mastering future clinical courses.
  3. c) Third year: students have mastered all basic courses and enter the preclinical courses. Students are exposed to principles of imaging diagnostics, pathomorphology and pathophysiology, then focus on clinical diagnostics and public health protection.
  4. d) Fourth year: students start clinical courses, focusing on a variety of animals, from bees, fish, to ruminants and swine and horses finally students start classes of meat and food hygiene.
  5. e) Fifth year: a main focus of clinical courses is switched to companion animals and practical skills acquired during rotations. Faculty clinics and cooperating farms are also an important part of this year’s studies.
  6. f) Sixth year: last semester of studies focuses on the individual learning preferences of individual students as it consists predominantly of elective courses on the advanced aspects of practical clinical knowledge.

Requirements

In order to be considered for admission to the 5.5 year degree program at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, an applicant must have successfully acquired the following: a high school certificate (enabling access to higher education), a passing grade on the biology and chemistry entrance exam, submission of the online application form and all fees paid by deadline.

Duration of the studies

11 semesters (5.5 year); start 1st October.

Recruitment

Application deadline: early admission – 1st January to end of May each year; late admission – 1st June to end of July each year.

Registration deadline:

Once an applicant has been admitted to the University, the registration fee must be paid, no later than 31st August each year. The registration fee secures an eligible students a place in the program. Since a limited number of opening are available for each academic year, preference is given to students who submit their payments early. Qualification is based on entry exams (chemistry and biology, single choice test in English) organized by FVM and IMS in different countries. Applicants with Bachelor degree or Master of Science degree in Biology, Animal Sciences or equivalent may be accepted without entry exams.

Number of places available: 60 – 70

Tuition fee: 7600 EUR per each academic year (4600 EUR per winter and 3000 EUR per summer semester).

Contact 

Dean’s Office for International Students

phone: (+48) 22 59 360 12

e-mail: fvm@sggw.pl

International Medicine Studies (IMS) is a cooperating company involved in recruiting applicants, as well as, helping our international students in their daily problems during their stay in Warsaw.

For more information visit the English web site of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine:

http://wmw.sggw.pl/en

and of the International Medicine Studies:

http://www.ims-medstudy.com/_Veterinary_School_5.5yr_Warsaw

 


Graduation ceremony of the class 2011-2017, 18th of March 2017

Wednesday 22.03.2017

3424This year in the Crystal Auditorium the alumni club of our Faculty was joined by 30 students from the class 2011-2017. After the ceremonial Oath, graduates received diplomas from the hands of Vice-Rector for Scientific Affairs of WULS-SGGW, Prof. Dr hab. Marian Binek. Graduation lecture was given by Mrs Judith Clinton, a representative of Bord Bia, Irish Food Board, Embassy of Ireland. The ceremony was witnessed by distinguished guests, representatives of Irish and Sri Lanka Embassies, representatives of IMS, director of Warsaw Zoo, friends and families of our graduates. Splendour was provided by the excellent performance of the Chamber Choir of the University under the guidance of MSc Magdalena Gruziel. For their achievement students received prizes sponsored by IMS and Royal Canine.

 

dr hab. Michał M. Godlewski, Vice-Dean for International Studies


Book Exhibition 2017

Sunday 19.02.2017

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Competition

Friday 18.11.2016

Dear Students,
It gives me great pleasure to announce a competition for the design of lapel pin for International Course of Veterinary Medicine in Warsaw.
Please submit your proposals to the Dean’s Office for International Studies or by e-mail fvm@sggw.pl (in high resolution) by the January 5th 2017.
The author(s) of the winning design will be rewarded by special prize.

 

Sincerely,
Michał Godlewski
Vice-Dean for International Studies


INTERSTUDENT 2016

Tuesday 8.11.2016

interstudent 2016

Dear Students, Dear Teachers,

 

The Interstudent competition for the best international student of 2016 has been announced: http://www.studyinpoland.pl/interstudent/en/

The competition seeks to distinguish outstanding students, who alongside of good academic performance contribute to the cultural, social, sport and environmental activities of the student community.

 

Deadline for the competition applications is November 30th, 2016.

Questionnaires should be sent by e-mail or post to:

Perspektywy Education Foundation

31 Nowogrodzka St.

00-511 Warsaw, Poland

e-mail: m.chrostna@perspektywy.pl

You can nominate your candidates via online submission and you will be able to vote for the Special Prize Award.

I strongly recommend you to participate in the competition.

 

Sincerely,

Michal M. Godlewski

Vice-Dean for the International Studies


Attention, NEW TIMETABLE

Tuesday 20.09.2016

Timetable for semester

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for academic year 2016/2017

 


A meeting between the representatives of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and International Medicine Studies

Sunday 7.08.2016

Introduction meeting between the representatives of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and International Medicine Studies took place on August 2nd 2016 in Warsaw. Dean Elect of the FVM dr hab. Marcin Bańbura, Vice-Dean for the International Studies dr hab. Michał M. Godlewski met with Dr Furth Oz and Mr Haim Abriv from the IMS to discuss development of the long-standing mutual cooperation between parties in the organisation and running of the International Course of Veterinary Medicine in Warsaw. Both parties welcomed and recognised each other and confirmed the status quo of the cooperation between the institutions. Among the topics of fruitful discussion were increase of the international recognition and prestige of the Course, establishment of the Alumni Club and gradual increase in the number of foreign students.


Organization of the academic year 2016/2017

Monday 27.06.2016

♦ FIRST YEAR STUDENTS:

⇒ Orientation Day will take place September 30th 2016 at 10 AM in building 22, room 103

⇒ Opening Ceremony will take place September 30th 2016 at 11 AM in building 24, Main Auditorium (Aula 1)

 

  1. Courses:

Winter semester:

03.10.2016-27.01.2017

Summer semester:

27.02.2017-23.06.2017

Making up for lost Fridays:

26.01.2016

  1. Examination sessions:

Winter

30.01.2017-7.02.2017

Winter retake

08.02.2017-17.02.2017

Summer

26.06.2017-07.07.2017

Summer retake

11.09.2017-20.09.2017

  1. Break-leaves:

Winter

27.12.2016-30.12.2016

Spring

           

12.04.2017-18.04.2017

 

Days free from all didactic activities:  

31.10.2016

 

02.11.2016

 

11.11.2016

 

20-24.02.2017

 

02.05.2017

 

16.06.2017

 

  1. Details of organization of academic year according to schedule, study program, practice and other obligations will be given by the Dean of each Faculty after consulting with Students’ Council. It will be announced before the beginning of each semester.
  2. Details of study program and schedule are announced by the Deans to students of each year before the beginning of the academic year.
  3. In order to complete the academic year a student needs to have a passing grade in an eHMS system.
  4. The grades need to be in eHMS system no later than September 26th

Conference Służewiec

Wednesday 22.06.2016

DSC_8817As part of the celebrations of the 200th anniversary of the establishment of SGGW in Warsaw and 200 years of history of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, on June  19th an International conference on “The laboratory research to monitor the health and progress of training in race horses.” was held on the Horse Racetrack Sluzewiec. Excellent lectures presented by prof. David Horohov the Gluck Equine Research Center, University of Kentucky, and Dr. hab. Anna Cywińska and PhD. Ewa Szarska were accompanied  by lively discussion. The culmination of the conference was the race for the Cup of the Dean of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine won by the horse Al-Ral owned by Ms. Patricia Laskowski and  trained by Andrzej Laskowski under jockey Wieslaw Szymczuk.

 


First Archery Picnic at FVM

Tuesday 14.06.2016

13349050_10208156234196967_2007287635_nIn the last weekend of May, an archery picnic was organised by Dr Sadkowski from the Department of Physiological Sciences and second year veterinary students as a small getaway before the final exam period. The event took place in Fort Augustówka, which is not far from SGGW Campus. Dr Sadkowski introduced students to the basic principles of archery. Students had great time outdoors and took part in their first archery tournament with prizes sponsored by the Dean. A campfire and barbeque gave a lovely finish to an amazing day!

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