News 14:00h (7 June 2022) La 8 Palencia CyLTV
For his part, the rector of the University of Valladolid, Antonio Largo, said that today was an important day for students and their families but also for the academic institution. Not in vain, he said that the Faculty of Medicine has provided them with a “very good” training, aware of the importance of graduates in Health Sciences for the Community.
In a ceremony that took place in the Miguel Delibes Auditorium, José María Fidel Fernández asked the graduates of Medicine to make an effort and study until retirement age, since the technological revolution forces professionals to be “up to date” because diagnostic methods and therapeutic treatments are updated at all times. He also urged them to “never” lose their enthusiasm despite the “overwhelming” and “exaggerated” daily work. In this sense, he encouraged them to travel to learn other methods of approaching the profession. On the other hand, he recommended that they learn, “like sponges”, the experiences of the most experienced professionals to get to know the “true” path of the profession, without forgetting to be generous with the younger ones who want to learn as well as to form teams, which is the future of modern medicine.
News 8 Valladolid. Afternoon edition. Wednesday, June 8th
The University of Valladolid has released the first list of admitted students who wish to access any of the undergraduate degrees and double degree programs offered by UVa for the next academic year 2022-2023. The enrollment period for these first admitted students begins today and will last until July 15. All those who have been admitted must enroll in the corresponding period, since if they do not do so they will lose their place and it will be offered again to those students who remain on the waiting list and who have requested a place in the pre-registration process. Subsequently, new lists of admitted students will be published, two more (July 22 and September 5).
The second most demanded degree at UVa is the Degree in Biomedicine and Advanced Therapies. In this case, 495 applications were submitted in first option and 84 students have been admitted. Another 1,247 students are waiting for some of these students to resign, who aspire to obtain one of the 40 places offered for the Degree in Biomedicine and Advanced Therapies.
Solved Exercises on Probability (Castilla y León 2019 July)
We train professionals with mastery of the knowledge of Veterinary Medicine, analytical and organizational skills and personal skills to function in the fields of medicine, animal production and health and food safety, recognizing the values of an advanced democratic society.
The adaptation of students coming from the Degree in Veterinary Medicine of the University of León will be carried out according to the following table. The University’s Credit Recognition and Transfer Commission will resolve any issues that are not foreseen, in accordance with current regulations. This adaptation will be managed by the corresponding Commission of the ULE, after a report from the Teaching Commission of the Degree in Veterinary Medicine.
New students, in order to continue their studies, and except in cases of cancellation of enrollment, must pass at least 12 first-year credits in the case of full-time enrollment, and 6 first-year credits in the case of part-time enrollment. For these purposes, recognized credits will be counted as credits earned or passed.
España es el destino que más estudiantes internacionales recibe al año, así que es normal que tú también te hayas planteado estudiar en una universidad española. ¿Aún lo dudas? Aquí tienes tres razones principales:
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