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3.Quality Education.

4.Globally Recognized Courses (WHO, UNESCO, EUROPEAN COUNCIL, etc.).

5.Cost effective.

6.European Life Standard.

7.Worldwide Acceptance of Ukrainian Method of Teaching.

8.English Medium of Instruction.

9.Better Job Prospects.

10.Emphasis on Practical Aspects in Teaching.

11.Moderate Climate around the year.

12.Outstanding International Faculty.

13.One of the Best Transportation systems in Europe.

14.International Students enjoy approximately 50% discount on travel.

15.Enrichment of Experience through Visiting Professors from USA, CANADA, UK, etc.

16.Participation of Students in Seminars/Symposia/Project Work, etc. in other European cities.

17.Bilateral Student Exchange Program with Universities in Germany, Sweden, Finland, Check Republic, etc.

18.Three Months Summer Jobs during vacation in countries like U.K., SWEDEN, etc.

19.Chances of Permanent Residence & Settlement in Europe after completion of study program.

20.100% VISA Assured to deserving candidates.

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Ukraine has the Europe’s largest international student population, with nearly 20,000 students choosing to broaden their education and life experience in the Ukraine. Nearly 8% of all students enrolled in higher-level education are international students, and the numbers are growing. From the mid-1990’s, when international student enrollment was only just reaching 5,000, international education in the Ukraine has come a long way.

We look forward to helping students who, like you, are considering continuing your education in the Ukraine. You will find all of the tools you need to compile your necessary research in deciding if the Ukraine is the best place for you – we have gathered valuable information on educational, social, cultural and economic aspects of studying in the Ukraine.

At present there are around 3000 Indian students studying in Ukraine in different fields.

Student Life, that’s the living and learning that takes place outside of the classroom and it’s a big part of your college experience.
It includes where you live, how you make connections, and that hard-to-define essence, or culture that separates Ukraine from other countries. Ukraine has its own ambience.

The friendly attitude of your professors and peers, and the companionship you feel when people call you by name. It takes a whole community to graduate a student.

Living costs

In order to live comfortably while you are in all over the Ukraine, the student will need to have about $USD1000 to US$ 1300 per year available for living costs, above the cost of your tuition fees. The cost of living is cheaper, lot more than other European cities. It is difficult to give a precise figure because of differences in the student lifestyle. We are giving approximate costs below.

The stationary needed for student costs very low For example a bundle of 1000 rough papers costs 2 US$. Pen, Pencils other products are too cheap.

The books provided by University Library (included in tuitions fees).

A good Jeans costs 10-20$US, Shirts cost 5-15$US, T-Shirts cost 5-12US$

Food in Ukraine is very cheap for example; in 1.5US$ the student can buy 4 Kg of POTATOS, or 4 KG of ONIONS or 3 liter of milk etc. Milk products are very cheap as well

Travel in the city
The students’ Travel Pass card on Government Transport (Subway Trains, electric Busses) is issued by Universities & costs only 5US$ in a month.

Travel around the country
The students are given a concession of 40% discounts from the normal price of Ticket in Trains, Buses etc.

International travel
The International student Card is issued right after the students get Admission in University. The students with International Student card are given concession of 30% from the normal price of Air Tickets.

Student Discounts in Ukraine:

Travel Discounts with the Ukrainian Student Card

Now that your travel insurance needs are covered, you can add thousands of worldwide discounts to attractions such as museums, cinemas, castles, national landmarks, cultural exhibits, transportation, and budget hotels with Ukrainian Student card.
Available for students, and youths aged 12 to 26.

Ukraine has always been an integral part of the development of European medical education. During the years of Soviet Union and later during the independence period (since 1991), Ukraine has built an excellent basis for providing higher medical education of globally recognized standards. Nowadays, higher medical education in Ukraine can be obtained in more than 20 medical schools.
Many of them are recognized by influential and authoritative organizations, such as the Medical Council of India (MCI), the European Association of International Education, UNESCO, World Health Organization, MEDINE and others. Currently, there are dozens of thousands students from 110 different countries, getting higher education in Ukraine. Most of them come from India, China, Turkey, Uganda, Russia, Malaysia and central European countries. Popular medical fields of study include: general medicine, dentistry, paediatrics, pharmacy, surgery and other.

Ukraineian medical institutions cooperate closely with Universities from Germany, France, Italy, Poland, United Kingdom, USA and Austria; this allows students participate in international conferences, exchange programs and various scientific projects.

Advantages of Studying Medicine in Ukraine

1.High quality education conforming to globally-recognized standards.
2.Full MBBS course for less than 18 Lacs (6 years).
3.Teaching is conducted in English, Russian or Ukraineian languages.
4.No entrance exams required.
5.Paid internships and possibility of employment in Ukraine.
6.Large and friendly community of international students from all over the world (more than 3500 students from India).

Our Association with Medical Universities:

Zaporozhye State Medical University
Kiev National Medical University (O.O.Bogomolets*)
Kharkiv National Medical University
Lugansk state Medical University
Crimea State Medical University

Rich of culture and history, with amazing architectural sites and a landscape ideal for trekking, Ukraine is a wonderful place to spend your abroad studies. You will receive a real high quality education supported by tha fact that Ukraine actually produces the fourth largest number of post-secondary graduates in Europe.
Ukraine welcomes you to a country spiring of culure and gastronomic specialties. Quality higher education and postgraduate studies alongside skiing slopes, wild rivers, vast mountains and great plains of colored by golden grass. Combining your education with the adventures of a lifetime, Ukraine will give you experiences to remember for a very long time.
Ukraine Quick FactsUkraine Quick Facts
Ukraine is situated i Eastern Europe.
It is the 44th largest country in the world.
The capital of Ukraine is Kiev (Kyiv).
Ukraine has a total population of over 46 million.
The currency is called Hryvnia (UAH).
Ukranian is the official language.
The Ukranian Educational System
Generel secondary education in Ukraine is compulsory for all children through state schools. Since 2005 secondary schools lasts for 12 years, starting at age six. By the end of secondary school all Ukranian students take IGT´s (Independent Government Tests), these are then used to apply for a higher education program or course at a university or such.
Higher Education in Ukraine
Free, state funded higher education is provided on a competative basis as well as private non-funded higher education. The language of tuition is generally Ukrainian or Russian.
Ukrainian Universities offer both Bachelor Degree programs of 4 years and Master Degree programs of 5-6 years. These degrees are both taught and awarded in accordance with the Bologna process, in which Ukraine is taking part. The grading scale used in Ukrainian universities reaches from 1-5, 5 meaning “excellent” and 1-2 meaning “unacceptable”, hence a failing grade. This 5-point scale is used along with a scale from 1-100 in which a students performance is rated, the latter is easily transferrable to the 5-point-scale.
Postgraduate Studies in Ukraine
In entering Postgraduate studies there are two levels. The Kandidat Nauk is the first one, roughly equivalent to a Ph.D. degree, to acheive it students must pass three qualifying exams, publish at least three scientific articles and write a dissertation and defend it.
The second level is the Doctor Nauk degree achieved after studying for a further 2-4 years with good results in scientific research and publishings. The average time though between obtaining Kandidat or Doctor degrees is around 10 years and most Doctors are over 40 years of age.
Ukraine Adventures
Ukraine Adventures The many adventures luring all around Ukraine are well worth taking a short break from you studies. Offered to you is everythign from skiing and river rafting to cave exploration and mountain trekking. Skiing in Ukraine is fairly inexpensive and there are various runs steeps to choose from in the popular ski resorts of Bukovel, Dragobrat and Slavsko. if you are an experienced skier looking for something extra you can simply not miss out on the chance of an organized skiing tour or camp. These tours are similar to hiking trips taking you to some of the best skiing sites inUkraine, places you would never have found without a giude.
Rafting is another adventurous sport highly appreciated in Ukraine. The most well known river is South Bug River, known all over the world for its ecxellent rapids and stunning beauty. Sitting on the side of an inflatable raft you will swish through the Ukranian rivers filled with adrenalin, leaving with an experience of a lifetime.
Trekking in Ukraine
The plain Ukranian “steppe” accompanied by the Carpathian Mountains to the west and the Crimean Mountains to the south makes for a great trekking ground. Many companies offer costum or even guided hiking routes reaching from a day to over a weeks time, these might be a good idea if you are totally new to Ukraine and want to go directly to the greatest spots.
However, if you are really keen on adventure it is no problem getting out on your own, just don’t expect any luxury treatment or resort-like facilities on your way. Rather you can most likely expect to camp during overnight hikes or if you are lucky, you will find space in one of the log cabins that dot the mountain sides. Making it well worth it is the stunning sight of the mountains rising up through the Ukranian clouds. Aside from the stunning landscape you will most certainly come across a wide range of wildlife and maybe even stumble across a few rural villages. The best seasons for trekking in Ukraine are May-June and September-October, it will be a real life adventure that you will never forget. If river rafting, skiing and trekking is not your cup of tea, Ukraine also offers paragliding, horseback riding and rock-climbing, and much more, whatever suits your needs.
Architecture of Ukraine
Architecture in UkraineGood examples of modern Ukrainian architecture include the reconstruction of the Maidan Nezalezhnosti in central Kiev, despite the limit set by narrow space within the plaza, the engineers were able to blend together the uneven landscape and also use underground space to set a new shopping centre. Marking it from a far is the Monument of Independence on a high white pole in the middle of the square.
Another one is the major project that will take up most of the 21st century, the construction of the Kiev City-Centre on the Rybalskyi Peninsula. When it is finished it will include a dense skyscraper park amid the picturesque landscape of the Dnieper.
Ukraine Traditions & Customs
Ukraine culture in general is to a large extent based on cristian customs and has over time been heavily influenced by Russia. Ukranians are generally very polite; Men hold the door open for a woman and stands up when she enters a room, if you are a woman reaching one of the more rural areas of Ukraineyou might even experience the traditional kiss on your hand. If you aim to meet these high standards of politeness, here are some things to remember: Always buy an odd number of flowers as a gift unless it is a funeral, in which case an even number is more appropriate. A young unmarried man and woman should never be seated at a corner table. An you may not chake hands when standing at a threshold.
ukraine_31The strong traditions of Ukraine also include dancing; More specifically the Kalyna and other regional dance styles. Dressed in colorful embroided costumes both men and women participate in the traditional dances, some fast and som slow greeting dances.
Ukraine Cuisine
Food in ukraineFood has a significant role in Ukranian culture, especially on cristmas and easter which are the two important holidays. The food made on chistmas and easter is not made at any other time of the year. At christmas a twelve-course meal is served and dinner is never quiet but a lively social affair.
The average Ukranians diet includes fish, cheeses and a variety of sausages like the “kolbasa”. Bread is always an important part of the meal. Some of the best known Ukranian dishes are: Salo (salted pork fat with garlic), Borshch (a cabbage and tomatoes based soup, usually with beets and beef or pork meat), Holubtsi (cabbage rolls stuffed with rice and meat usually), Varenyky (large stuffed dumplings, filled with meat or fruit or curds), Pampushky (small baked breads, often with garlic), Okroshka (cold vegetable based soup where liquid is mixed with sour creme). Even though it is not even eaten but just for decoration, one must not forget to mention the traditional Ukranian easter egg; “pysanky”. This particular egg has long roots in the country, dyed in various patterns and used as a decoration in the middle of the table during easter. In 2000, the museum of Pysanka was built in the city of Kolomya, a place well worth a visit during your time in Ukraine.

The system of education provides good quality and is well developed. One of the most important tasks for central and local authorities is to give equal possibilities in getting top quality education for all citizens of Ukraine. In the area of education and upbringing are involved 7% of Ukrainian professionals who teach 11 million students (22% of the population). There are 18400 institutions for pre-school preparation. According to the Constitution secondary school takes the central part in the system and is free and quite accessible. 7 mln. students attend 21900 schools. Private sector in secondary education is insignificant.

Totally, there are 200 private schools (1% of all the amount of students). Transition of secondary school from 10 (11) to 12 level system, according to European standards, is taking place now. Moreover, there is no difference in content of Ukrainian (post-soviet) secondary education from standards of secondary school of other European countries. You can take vocational education in 1003 technical institutions (utchilische) on the base of lower secondary education and upper secondary education. In Ukrainian system of Education College of Further Education (tekhnikum) refers to the lower part of higher education. Higher Education Having more than 1 million, student institutions of higher education in Ukraine form a system which considers being one of the biggest in the world.

In Ukraine you can get higher education in universities (academies, institutes) accredited on 3-4th level. After 4 years of studying you can get Bachelor degree, 5 years is for specialists, five and a half or 6 years Masters Degree. Among all the enumerated degrees Specialist is the most popular. You become a student of a university according the results of entrance exams in July August. The academic year beginning on the 1st of September lasts up to the end of July and consists of two terms. All the students go on holidays between two terms: the first term (September – January) and the second one (February – June). Summer holidays last for two months. At the end of each term the student takes 3 or 5 examinations and 3 or 5 tests. Successful pass of examinations and tests guarantees the possibility of getting to the second term. Students have classes everyday but for weekends. They attend lectures, tutorials; work with materials in libraries and resource centers.

Higher education course includes work placement, when students have the possibility to gain experience. Recognition of qualification gained is the priority of the state. In case of successful graduation of a university students get the Diploma, no matter what form of property it refers to. The transcript of the subject list with marks is attached to the Diploma. Although the state guarantees the conformity to standards of qualification, the employer takes into consideration how authoritative the university is. Today, you can get the education in 313 universities, academies and institutes of Ukraine of 3-4th level of accreditation. Among them there are 220 state institutions, 93- non state. 54, 9 % of state universities students get free education.

Medical Teachers guarantee that graduates from these medical universities are eligible to take the Medical Licensing Examinations held by the medical councils in different countries such as MCI, PMDC, USMLE, HPCSA, SCFHS etc.

According to MOE , higher educational institutions that enroll international students for the undergraduate medical program in English shall have the authority to grant master’s degree in Basic Medicine and Clinical Medicine (First-level Subjects), and the affiliated hospitals with Grade III, Level A.

The universities have their own first-class medical labs with pretty good facilities in the nationwide. And all the universities have the 3A comprehensive affiliated teaching and practicing hospitals approved by the Ministry of Health.

After you receive the school admission letter, it will take 2-5 weeks to get your student visa.

Some universities specially provide girls’ hostel, boys’ hostel and the common hostels that anyone can apply.

Yes. Almost all the universities have the Muslim restaurants for both international students and the local majority students.

All universities receive applications for MBBS programs through Medical Teachers. It is the official online portal for international students applying to all international medical universities. Medical Teachers was set up with support from all country’s Ministry of Education to act as an online liaison between international students and their medical universities. Medical Teachers application process is done online.

There is a wealth of other areas that students can study. Students can study various aspects of their art and culture. Students can also take advantage of classes on dance, painting, calligraphy, literature and more while they study medicine.

A local language course is compulsory in every university which offers MBBS in English. Even if classes are conducted in English, the language spoken in daily life is essential for students when they leave the classroom. It is helpful for international students to know local language. Nevertheless, not all of the universities ask the students to pass the HSK test at a certain level before graduation. For detailed information, you check the accredited universities respectively.

In general, universities are not accept the transferring from a school, university or institution where you have studied in a degree program.

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