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Country: Ukraine

Type: Government

Established: 1918

Location: Russia, 95006, Simferopol, 5/7, Lenin Avenue, Simferopol, Crimea,


Crimea State Medical University (CSMU) is attested according to the highest (the fourth) Level of accreditation. Crimea State Medical University ranks third among all Medical Universities in Ukraine & the higher medical schools in ukraine and university in Ukraine of the 4th accreditation level according to the last world ranking list of the
Ministry of Health of Ukraine.The University activities confirm with The Constitution of Ukraine, Official Ukrainian legislation, acts issued by the President and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, Decrees of the Health Department and Education Department of Ukraine, the University Rules.

The Crimea State Medical University is located in the South of Ukraine on the Crimean peninsula. With its mild and sunny climate, varied and picturesque landscape, and ancient history the Crimea is a truly unique and wonderful place of the world.Currently students from 45 countries are studying at our University. We aim to offer our students an excellent education experience working closely with our university partners to ensure the quality of our education is of a very high standard.
CSMU has been recognized as the leading higher medical school of Ukraine over the last 5 years according to the state licensed examination STEP-1, STEP-2 and STEP-3 Our excellence in teaching and study was singled out by the International Educational Society (London) which certified the CSMU in 2006 and conferred the University AA category standing for ?top institution that is internationally known and recognized.


Crimea (play /kraɪˈmiːə/), or the Autonomous Republic Crimea (Ukrainian: Автономна Республіка Крим, Avtonomna Respublika Krym; Russian: Автономная Республика Крым, Avtonomnaya Respublika Krym; Crimean Tatar: Qırım Muhtar Cumhuriyeti, Къырым Мухтар Джумхуриети), is a sub-national unit, an autonomous republic, of Ukraine. It is located on the northern coast of the Black Sea, occupying a peninsula of the same name. It was often referred to with the definite article, as the Crimea, until well into the 20th century.

The territory of Crimea was conquered and controlled many times throughout its history. The Cimmerians, Greeks, Scythians, Goths, Huns, Bulgars, Khazars, the state of Kievan Rus’, Byzantine Greeks, Kipchaks, Ottoman Turks, Golden Horde Tatars and the Mongols all controlled Crimea in its early history. In the 13th century, it was partly controlled by the Venetians and by the Genovese; they were followed by the Crimean Khanate and the Ottoman Empire in the 15th to 18th centuries, the Russian Empire in the 18th to 20th centuries, Germany during World War II and the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic and later the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, within the Soviet Union during most of the rest of the 20th century.

Crimea is now an autonomous parliamentary republic which is governed by the Constitution of Crimea in accordance with the laws of Ukraine. The capital and administrative seat of the republic’s government is the city of Simferopol, located in the center of the peninsula. Crimea’s area is 26,200 square kilometres (10,100 sq mi) and its population was 1,973,185 as of 2007.

Crimean Tatars, an ethnic minority who now make up about 13% of the population, formed in Crimea in the late Middle Ages, after the Crimean Khanate had come into existence. The Crimean Tatars were forcibly expelled to Central Asia by Joseph Stalin’s government. After the fall of the Soviet Union, some Crimean Tatars began to return to the region. However, a majority of the population consists of Russians, and the Russian language has official status in the autonomous

Cost Of Living 

In order to live comfortably while you are in Crimea, you will need to have about $USD 2500 per year available for living costs, above the cost of your tuition. The cost of living is cheaper than any other cities in the European countries. It is difficult to give a precise figure because of differences in the student lifestyle.

You will receive advice from financial advisers at the on how best to handle your money, but initially it is important to note that you should have some cash for immediate costs (e.g. airport costs or transport). You may need further FUNDS in the form of travellers cheques which can be readily cashed. There are foreign exchange offices everywhere in Ukraine.

We strongly recommend that while in Ukraine you do not carry large amounts of cash on your person or leave cash in your room. We suggest opening a bank account as soon as possible after arrival. There are three banks with branches in the campus area. There are numerous automatic teller machines that dispense cash 24 hours a day.

Any major amounts of money may be sent in the form of a bank draft, but electronic transfers are, in most cases, the most efficient method of sending FUNDS to Ukraine. Overseas chequee are sometimes difficult to clear and are not recommended.


Country: Ukraine

Type: Government

Established: 1784

Location: Lviv, Ukraine

Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University (LNMU) is one of the oldest and biggest medical educational institutions in Ukraine. It is one of the leading medical universities of the IV level of accreditation. LNMU begins from the Medical Faculty of Lviv University, which was opened on November 16, 1784, according to the privilege of the Austrian emperor Josef II. In 2009 University celebrated its 225 anniversary.

22 scientific schools actively function and develop in University: of obstetrics and gynecology, biochemical, hygienic, of infectious diseases, of history of medicine and pharmacy, microbiological, morphological, of neurology and neurosurgery, of oncology, of otorhynolaryngology, ophthalmological, of pathological anatomy and pathological physiology, pediatric, psychiatric, of dentistry, of internal diseases, pharmacological, physiological, of phtisiatry, of chemistry and pharmacy, of surgery.

Training of specialists in LNMU is provided at 6 Faculties: Medical Faculty #1 and #2, Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Pharmacy (regular and correspondence education), Faculty of Postgraduate training, Faculty of Foreign Students – according to educational-qualification level: specialist, master, and also in University Medical College according to educational-qualification level – junior specialist

Beginning from 1961 University provides education for foreign citizens. During 50 years over 2,5 thousand doctors and pharmacists – foreigners have got education here and have been working successfully as doctors and pharmacists in many countries of the world. Education is provided in Ukrainian, Russian Language, and since 1997 the teaching of foreign students in English has been launched and is rapidly developing. Now 70% of University foreign students study in English Medium Program.

University library contains more than 530000 volumes of textbooks, manuals and other relevant medical literature. Library has modern computer equipment. She has Internet connection and is connected with other scientific city libraries.

University in the Member of International and European Associations of Universities, and also is the member of almost 70 another international organizations, academies, federations. University is included into Directory of World Health Organization (WHO) and into Directory of Universities of Central European countries. In terms of University activities LNMU has the leading positions in ratings of higher educational institutions and higher medical educational institutions of Ukraine (Scopus 2010 – the 2nd place among medical universities and academies of Ukraine).

Clinical departments of University have the FUND of more than 10000 beds (41 affiliated hospitals), 9 polyclinic departments with 3510 attendances during shift, University dental medical center for more than 2000 attendances during shift.


1 Admission and education conditions for foreign citizens.

  • Academic Year starts September 1
  • Preparatory course starts October 1

2 Admission documents required

  • Giving out the Invitation to study for foreign citizens is carried out by Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and also by the University under the following circumstances: foreigners should present all the required documents (or copies) to the University under Visa support done by Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.
  • The educational program of all faculties of Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University is conducted in Ukrainian, English and Russian languages (according to the choice).
  • 15.08-15.11- is the term of admission foreign citizens to study.

Foreign citizens should present the following documents

  • Application to the name of the Rector of the University with request for enrollment for studies at the University on the commercial basis
  • Completed application form (including full name, date of birth, passport number, citizenship, permanent address, phone, fax and e-mail of applicant)
  • Original of Transcript of high school or college/university education with complete listing of courses, together with Originals of all diplomas, certifications and licenses (should be translated into Ukrainian language and legalized by the Notary public and by the Ukrainian Embassy in your country)
  • Original of Birth Certificate (should be translated into Ukrainian language and legalized by the Notary public and by the Ukrainian Embassy in your country)
  • Copy of inner page(s) of Passport
  • Results of physical examination (should be translated into Ukrainian language and legalized by the Notary public and by the Ukrainian Embassy in your country)
  • Results of laboratory test for the presence of the AIDS virus (should be translated into Ukrainian language and legalized by the Notary public and by the Ukrainian Embassy in your country)
  • 12 photographs measuring 3×4 cm each with white background.

The Tuition Fees for foreign citizens in Ukraine are determined by fixed order of the Ministry of Education and Science, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Economics of Ukraine

Foreign citizens can be enrolled to the University after their Chemistry and Ukrainian, English or Russian Entrance Interview results.

Foreign citizens, who are given with state grants according to the international agreements, general state programs, other international obligations Of Ukraine, can be enrolled to the University onTHE BASIS OF the documents from the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine within the limits of state order.

Foreign citizens can be enrolled to the University after signing the Contract for study with the University and having paid Tuition and Hostel Fees.

European Credit Transfer System (ECTS)

What is ECTS?

The ECTS – European Credit Transfer System – was developed by the European Commission in order to provide common procedures to guarantee academic recognition of studies abroad. Studying abroad can be a particularly valuable experience. It is not only the best way to learn about other countries, ideas, languages and cultures; increasingly, it is an important part of professional and academic career development.

The ECTS system is based on the principle of mutual trust and confidence between the participating higher education institutions. ECTS was introduced in 1989, within the framework of Erasmus, now part of the Socrates programme. ECTS is the only credit system which has been successfully tested and used across Europe. ECTS was set up initially for credit transfer. The system facilitated the recognition of periods of study abroad and thus enhanced the quality and volume of student mobility in Europe. Recently ECTS has developed into an accumulation system to be implemented at institutional, regional, national and European level. This is one of the key objectives of the Bologna Declaration of June 1999.

ECTS makes study programmes easy to read and compare for all students, both local and foreign. ECTS facilitates mobility and academic recognition. ECTS helps universities to organise and revise their study programmes. ECTS can be used across a variety of programmes and modes of delivery. ECTS makes European higher education more attractive for students from other continents.

The ECTS system is based on three core elements: information (on curriculum programmes and students’ achievement), mutual agreement (between the partner institutions and the student), use of ECTS credits (to indicate student workload).

Components of ECTS

As it was mentioned above the ECTS system is based on three core elements: information (on curriculum programmes and students’ achievement), mutual agreement (between the partner institutions and the student), use of ECTS credits (to indicate student workload). These components of ECTS are based on three basic documents of ECTS: Information Package, Learning Agreement and Transcript of Records. Credits are allocated to all educational components of a curriculum programme (such as modules, courses, placements, dissertation work, etc.) and reflect the quantity of work each component requires to achieve its specific objectives or learning outcomes in relation to the total quantity of work necessary to complete a full year of study successfully. Full academic recognition means that the study period abroad (including examinations or other forms of assessment) replaces a comparable period of study at the home institution (including examinations or other forms of assessment), though the content of the agreed study programme may differ.

Credits of ECTS

ECTS credits are a value allocated to course units to describe the student workload required to complete them. They reflect the quantity of work each course requires in relation to the total quantity of work required to complete a full year of academic study at the institution, that is, lectures, practical work, seminars, independent work — in the laboratory, library or at home — and examinations or other assessment activities.

In ECTS, 60 credits represent one year of study (in terms of workload); normally 30 credits are given for six months (a semester) or 20 credits for a term (a trimester).

ECTS credits are also allocated to practical placements and to thesis preparation when these activities form part of the regular programme of study at both the home and host institutions.

ECTS credits are allocated to courses and are awarded to students who successfully complete those courses by passing the examinations or other assessments.

The main tools used to make ECTS work and facilitate academic recognition are:

  • The information package, which describes in written form general information about the institution, its location, student accommodation, administrative procedures necessary to register and academic calendar.
  • The learning agreement, describes the programme of study abroad and is drawn up by the individual student and institutions involved before the student goes abroad.
  • The transcript of records, shows the learning achievements of the student prior to and after the period of study abroad.

ECTS students

The students participating in ECTS will receive full credit for all academic work successfully carried out at an ECTS partner institutions and they will be able to transfer these academic credits from one participating institution to another onTHE BASIS OF prior agreement on the content of study programmes abroad between students and the institutions involved.


The curriculum for undergraduated doctors’, dentists, pharmasicts preparation at medical, dentistry and pharmaceutical faculty in specialty “General medicine”, “Dentistry” and “Pharmacy” respectively is based on European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), which is oriented towards the ability of students’ study achievements recognition, irrespective of the place of study. The normative term learning curriculum realization is expected after 6 years of study (360 credits ECTS). After finishing it successfully student receives the diploma of doctor, dentist or magister of pharmacy

All the lectures, seminars, practical classes are taught in three languages: Ukrainian, Russian, English.

The structure of learning curriculum is integrated and is orientated towards following the logical succession of subject teaching.

The curriculum includes two stages of undergraduated doctors’ preparation: preclinical and clinical. Three primary years of study are devoted to majoring in the main subjects. First of all these are: human anatomy, histology, cytology and embryology, medical chemistry, physiology, biophysics. These subjects are the main theoretical part of clinical medicine that doctor expert deals with. Clinical subjects are taught beginning with the 3rd till the 6th year of study. State certification of students-graduates consists of standardized test – state exam – and practically orientated state exam. ECTS credits are a value allocated to course units to describe the student workload required to complete them.

In ECTS: the study plan is arranged into 6 years of study or 360 credits ECTS. One academic year lasts 40 weeks and includes 60 credits (1 week – 1,5 credit ECTS), 1 credit ECTS includes 30 academic hours. An academic year contains 1800 academic hours. The total amount of academic hours includes: the time for providing lectures, practical work, seminars, tutorials, consultations, practices, self-reliant and individual work and controlling steps. The schedule of study process from 1st till 6th year or till 5th year in dentistry or pharmaceutical faculty consists of two academic semesters. In the schedule is expec¬¬ted the additional time for completing the study of separate modules (their re-passing, increase of the rating, etc.) – 2 weeks after completion the spring semester on 1-5 years.

Standardized test – state exam – consists of two exams “Step 1” and “Step 2”. Exam “Step 1” is integrated and takes place after the third year. “Step 2” is a component of state board examinations.

Students of General Medicine faculty have to pass practically orientated state exam in 5 subjects: “Internal, Professional and Infectious diseases”, “Surgical Diseases with Pediatric Surgery”, “Obstetrics and Gynecology”, “Pediatric Diseases with Pediatric Infectious Diseases”, “Hygiene, Social Medicine, Economics and Organization of Public Health Care”. The aim of practically orientated state exam is to value the quality of solving the typical problems by graduates and demonstrating the corresponding skills and habits in conditions that are approximate to realistic. The exam takes place directly “at the bed of a sick man” and in specially equipped classes. It evaluates the skills of every graduate to prepare complaints and case history, to make the examination of sick, to make the plan after examining, to estimate the results of laboratory and instrumental research.


Country: Ukraine

Type: Government

Established: November 1804

Location: Svobody Square, 4, Kharkiv Oblast, Ukraine, 61000


V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University is one of the oldest universities in Eastern Europe. It was founded in November 1804, on the initiative of the prominent educator V.N. Karazin and in accordance with the charter of Tsar Alexander I.

The opening ceremony was held on January 29, 1805. The University made an important contribution to the Ukrainian national renaissance of the XIX-XXth centuries. It gave a powerful impetus to the emergence of Kharkiv as a major scientific and cultural center and an academic hub of Ukraine. Today the University justly rates among the best Ukrainian classical universities and is known in many countries.

The history of Kharkiv National University is part and parcel of the intellectual, cultural and spiritual history of Ukraine. The names of many world famous researchers, scholars and educators are associated with Kharkiv University, among them are P. Hulak-Artemovskyi, O. Lyapunov, M. Kostomarov, M. Barabashov, M. Beketov, D. Bahaliy, A. Krasnov, M. Ostrohradskyi, V. Steklov, O. Potebnya, O. Pohorelov and many others.

Kharkiv University is the only university in Ukraine that has trained and employed three Nobel Prize laureates: the biologist I. Mechnikov, the economist S. Kuznets, and the physicist L. Landau.

V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University is one of the oldest universities in Eastern Europe. It was founded in November 1804, on the initiative of the prominent educator V.N. Karazin and in accordance with the charter of Tsar Alexander I. The opening ceremony was held on January 29, 1805. The University made an important contribution to the Ukrainian national renaissance of the XIX-XXth centuries. It gave a powerful impetus to the emergence of Kharkiv as a major scientific and cultural center and an academic hub of Ukraine. Today the University justly rates among the best Ukrainian classical universities and is known in many countries.Since its foundation, the University has graduated over 130,000 students. The names of the University graduates are commemorated in geographical names, names of space objects, plants and minerals, laws and formulae. Almost 60 University graduates have become academicians and corresponding members of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences (UNAS). The activities of the University have developed Kharkiv into a major industrial, scientific and cultural center. Many Kharkiv streets are named after professors, researches and alumni of the University.  The University has initiated the whole system of higher education of the Kharkiv Region. Its offspring are the National Academy of Law, the National Pharmaceutical Academy, Kharkiv Medical University, Kharkiv Pedagogical University, 

the Kharkiv Veterinary Academy, the Kharkiv Academy of Culture, Kharkiv Economic University and other institutions of higher education. Today Kharkiv National University has 21 Schools: the School of Biology, the School of Physics and Technology, the School of Radio Physics, the School of Physics, the School of Computer Sciences, the School of Philosophy, the School of Mechanical Engineering, the School of Geology and Geography, the School of Economics, the School of Foreign Languages, the School of History, the School of Philology, the School of Fundamental Medicine, the School of Chemistry, the School of Sociology, the School of Psychology, the School of Law, the School of International Economic Relations and Tourism, the School of Further Education and Retraining, and the School of Physics and Energy. The latter was organized together with the UNAS Institute of Mechanical Engineering.


Kharkiv National University is one of the largest research centers in Ukraine. It covers virtually all spheres of modern fundamental research and incorporates the Research Institutes of Chemistry, Biology, and Astronomy, the Institute of Physics and Engineering, and the Institute of High Technologies. The University’s faculty include 21 academicians and corresponding members of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences and specialized academies of Ukraine, and 50 winners of the State Award. The University has about 20 world famous scientific schools committed to intensive research, 5 Expert Examining Boards and 11 Senior Doctorate Expert Examining Board. The University’s researchers annually publish 60 to 65 monographs, collections of research papers, over 2,000 articles and abstracts, and hold 20 to 25 international conferences.

The University is the leading research organization of international several space programs. Within the framework of international programs its researchers co-operate with scientists from the USA, Canada, Russia, Germany, Turkey, China, Japan, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Great Britain and other countries.

Since 1808 the University has had its own Astronomical Observatory which is one of the leading astronomical centers of Ukraine involved in fundamental and applied research in the Physics of the Sun, the planets, asteroids, comets and satellites.

The University’s Botanical Garden was founded in 1804 and is the oldest botanical garden in Ukraine. It is a state preserve with a unique collection of plants representing various botanical and geographic zones of the world.

The University’s Natural History Museum was founded in 1807 and is one of the oldest university museums in the world. Every year it opens its doors to 22,000 visitors. The total area of the Museum exhibition facilities is 2,000 square meters, and its 23 halls feature about 250,000 exhibits organized into the following sections: the Origin of Man, Darwinism, Zoology, and Geology. The University also has the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography of Slobidska Ukraine with about 150,000 exhibits.

The University’s Central Scientific Library was founded on January 30, 1805. In 1987, the decree of the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine established it as an institution of special social importance. It numbers 3,500,000 units, including 50,000 unique editions (17 incunabula, over 1,000 manuscripts, 300 palaeotypes, and books by classical writers and scholars published in their lifetime). 

In October 1999, according to the decree of the President of Ukraine, Kharkiv State University gained the status of a national university and was named in honor of its founder, V.N. Karazin.

In 2003, following the decree of the President of Ukraine, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University obtained the highest status of a self-governing (autonomous) state university.

V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University is involved in extensive international cooperation and is an active member of the international community of the leading European and world universities. It cooperates with 61 partners in 25 countries of the world.

Together with other major European universities, in 1988 Kharkiv National University signed the Great University Charter that initiated the Bologna Process.

The University is a co-founder of the Eurasian University Association and is a member the World and the European University Associations.


Kharkov is a city situated in the north-eastern part of Ukraine. It is the second largest city after Kiev and the first capital of the country. It is still referred to like this by its habitants who are proud of their city.

First of all Kharkov is an industrial city. There are many factories and plants there. In this respect a flow of people head to Kharkov in search of jobs and career growth.

It is also a city of fun and entertainment. One can never be bored either in the daytine or at night. Cinemas, cafes, restaurants, disco clubs get alive when darkness goes down. Among the most popular entertainment establishments it is possible to name Misto, Bolero and restaurant of traditional Ukrainian cuisine-Sloboda. Nevertheless Kharkov has preserved all historical monuments and architecture.


Country: Ukraine

Type: Government

Established: 1900

Location: Valikhovskyi Ln, 2, Odesa, Odesa Oblast, Ukraine, 65000


1 September 1900  old style life of Odessa held a significant event that left its mark in the history of medical education in Ukraine and for many years has defined its future – opened the medical faculty of Novorossiysk University.

Faculty had bright prospects, because nmu the outstanding, world-renowned scientists. Before the opening of the faculty was completed major buildings and clinics, which are constructed with the latest construction and architecture. Admittedly, this was the most prestigious faculty and nayosnaschenishym medical schools of that time.

However, this good start was suspended war with Japan, the revolutionary events of 1905-1907, GG, First World War 1914-1918, GG, 1917 October Revolution., And civil war. Had elapse time to after the destruction of the old system of high school began on a new footing performed its slow recovery. However, the positive things that have been laid in pre-revolutionary times, soon began to bear fruit.

1922. Medical Faculty of Novorossiysk University was reformed into an independent university – Medical Institute, which again turned into a leading university of the south.

In the 20 years of the last century formed and actively developing basic schools of thought, which brought the Odessa medical institute worldwide fame. This – Odessa therapeutic school based students S.P.Botkina – professors S.V.Levashovym P.O.Valterom and their successors were L.P.Dmytrenko, MD Strazhesko, F.H Yanovsky, M.O .Yasynovskyy. At this time fruitfully developing Ophthalmic Odessa school, one of the founders was Professor S.S.Holovin. Further its formation and global roll associated with the name of Academician V.P.Filatova.

In pre-revolutionary times emerging world-famous school of pathologists, whose founder was the first Dean of the Medical Faculty VV Pidvysotskyy. His closest aides and students were OO Bogomolets and Zabolotny, who later headed the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. At the same time formed a large scientific school scholar – V.V.Voronina pathologist. At his ideas formed V.P.Filatov future prominent scientists, L.P.Dmytrenko, SI Vinokurov, L.O.Cherkes, M.O.Yasynovskyy, V.K.Zhhenti and others. Not to mention the famous cohort morphologists – M.K.Lysonkova professors, M.S.Kondrat’yeva, F.A.Volynskoho, V.I.Bushkovycha and others. Their original works have been recognized worldwide.


December 17, 2008, on the eve of New Year holidays, the grand opening of the new students’ library of the Odessa State Medical University, which was attended by vice-chancellors, professors, teachers, employees and students of medical university.

This event recorded a new page to the glorious 105-year history of our library, which was created by students of 3 courses (first set) medical faculty of Novorossiysk University, purchased for the library first book at his own expense, and leading professors and teachers who donated library books from their own assembly. Today our library book fund of more than 800,000 copies, 230,000 of them – literature for students.

Over the past 10 years, Rector of our university has done much for the optimization of the library. It was created workstations and electronic catalog software purchased modern “Irbis-64”, published textbooks on electronic media and more. This library has become an information center that meets modern requirements.

And now the students of the University have received a wonderful gift – specially designed and built to global standards rooms, equipped with everything necessary for a complete academic work. Conveniently located subscriptions junior and senior courses; workstations librarians; electronic catalogs; book depository, books which transported a special lift to the upper floors; bright and spacious reading room for 120 visitors; computer room, where all the computers connected to the Internet; the use of advanced information technologies; comfort and functionality premises equipment new biblioteky- all this encourages students to productive academic work.

In order to further increase opportunities for e-libraries and scientific and research work of the faculty and students, the university purchased the equipment for bar-coding books and specialized high-speed scanner that allows you to transfer into electronic form full texts of 400 scientific and medical journals University subscribes to. To ensure conditions for independent work creates a database of teaching materials in all disciplines (lectures, tests, methodological developments).

A comfortable, spacious reading-room, a computer room can give places to 130 students at a time. Thus, one can work not only at the workstation but also thanks to wireless network all 130 places of the reading-room are informatively active. The students can come with their own laptops and to get any necessary information. It is possible to get it also on any electronic media.



Since 1996, Odessa National Medical University is in continuous co-operation with European and International Association of universities, as an active member. In 2001, it was admitted as a member of International Scientific Committee of UNESCO.

Odessa National Medical University extensively uses latest scientific techniques and practices of best universities of the world in teaching process. This great contribution is due to close links with leading universities and academic centres: Washington University (USA), Polish Academy of Medicine (Poland), Milan University (Italy), Institute of Experimental Immunology (Switzerland), the International Fund of Hippocrates (Greece), A. Schweitzer International Medical Academy (Poland), Russian Heart Scientific-productive Complex (Russia), etc.

ONMedU’s participation in the joint programs and projects with Russia, Belgium, Netherlands, USA, Germany, Austria, South African Republic, etc. makes possible improvement and introduction into training and therapeutic processes of new educational and medical technologies, obtaining of grants, annual training of teachers in the best scientific and educational centers, direct deliveries of high technology medical equipments, joint release of scientific and scholarly literature, etc. Among the grants, carried out by the scientists of ONMedU together with the foreign associates : Practical-scientific grant (AIHA, USA), Training grant (UNICEF, the children’s fund of UN), Training grant (JHPIEGO, USA) and many others.

ONMedU is continuously participating in the programs of “Vidrodzhennya” fund, in the activities of International Club “Rotary”, in the programs of American Agency of International Development (USAID) and in collaboration with the International Association of Psychosomatic Medicine (ASCONA).Ukrainian- Netherlands Practical-scientific grant “Improvement of the system of teaching family medicine in higher medical educational institutions” (MATRA).

Our chief scientists are the honorable doctors of 42 international organizations and universities, who are “doctor honoris causa” of our university. They all deliver lectures to the students and teachers yearly. Among them are: Nobel Prize Winners – Prof. Rolph Zinkernagel (Switzerland) & Prof. Yevgeniy Chazov (Russia); Prof. Juliano Di Bernardo (Italy), Spiros Marketos (Greece) and Georgiy Kryzhanovskiy (Russia); President of Polish Academy of Medicine Prof. Casimir Imiyelinski; Rectors of several universities – Prof. Stefan Doel Trachtenberg (George Washington University, USA) & Ton That Bach (Hanoi National Medical University, Vietnam), and others.


Odessa is a port city on the Black Sea in southern Ukraine. It’s known for its beaches and 19th-century architecture, including the Odessa Opera and Ballet Theater. The monumental Potemkin Stairs, immortalized in “The Battleship Potemkin,” lead down to the waterfront with its Vorontsov Lighthouse. Running parallel to the water, the grand Primorsky Boulevard is a popular promenade lined with mansions and monuments.

Odessa is the largest city along the entire Black Sea, the 5th largest city in Ukraine and arguably the most important city of trade.

 Odessa has always had a spirit of freedom, probably gifted to her by her location and by her ability to accept many different people. The city has a wide variety of people including Ukrainian, Russian, Moldavian, Greek, Indian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Caucasian, Jewish, Turkish and Vietnamese.

oday Odessa has a total population of about 1.1 million people. The city’s trades include that of shipbuilding, chemicals, oil refining, food processing and metalworking. Odessa also has a naval base and several fishing fleets, which adds to the cities economy.

Odessa is beautifully situated on green rolling hills, overlooking a small picturesque harbor. The best time to visit Odessa is during summer, when everything is in bloom and absolutely beautiful. The summer is especially favorable for those who are looking to tan on one of her tranquil white beaches.

Uzhhorod National University

Country: Ukraine

Type: Government

Established: 1945

Location : Universytetska St, 14, Uzhhorod, Zakarpattia Oblast, Ukraine, 88000



Uzhhorod National University belongs to the classical universities of Ukraine and has the highest – IV level of accreditation. Uzhhorod National University is one of the largest and best universities in the Carpathian region. It is located on the slopes of the Carpathians, in the beautiful student city of Uzhgorod, the westernmost regional center of Ukraine. The university is young, founded in 1945, but in a short period of time has shown itself in the scientific world, has become a landmark, an alma mater for many generations of students who now work successfully in Ukraine and in other countries. Uzhhorod National University has formed powerful scientific schools, known far beyond our country, scientific cooperation with many leading universities in the world.


Uzhhorod National University belongs to the classical universities of Ukraine and has the highest – IV level of accreditation. Uzhhorod National University is one of the largest and best universities in the Carpathian region. It is located on the slopes of the Carpathians, in the beautiful student city of Uzhgorod, the westernmost regional center of Ukraine. The university is young, founded in 1945, but in a short period of time has shown itself in the scientific world, has become a landmark, an alma mater for many generations of students who now work successfully in Ukraine and in other countries. Uzhhorod National University has formed powerful scientific schools, known far beyond our country, scientific cooperation with many leading universities in the world.

Scientific achievements

Uzhhorod National University, according to international scientometric databases, is consistently among the top ten research centers in Ukraine. For 70 years the University has developed its own school of teaching, scientific and educational traditions. In total in UzhNU 1275 scientific and pedagogical workers work at the main place of work ,including 146 doctors of sciences, professors and 698 candidates of sciences, associate professors. Employees of UzhNU are 2 corresponding members of the NAS of Ukraine, 2 academicians of state branch academies of sciences of Ukraine, 8 academicians of the Academy of Sciences of the Higher School of Ukraine, 11 honored workers of science and technology of Ukraine, 4 honored workers of education of Ukraine, 7 honored workers of education of Ukraine, 6 honored lawyers Ukraine, 14 honored doctors of Ukraine, 5 honored inventors of Ukraine, 5 masters of sports.

The university staff defends about 10 doctoral and 40 candidate dissertations annually.

More than 300 postgraduate and doctoral students prepare dissertations in more than 50 specialties at the university. There are 6 specialized scientific councils for the defense of doctoral and candidate dissertations – in physics and mathematics, medicine, chemistry, economics, history and law.

The University publishes 12 professional periodicals, publishes more than 40 textbooks annually, holds about 30 scientific conferences, half of which are with the participation of foreign scientists.

Educational priorities

Uzhhorod National University contributes to the comprehensive self-realization of students. Currently, about 13 thousand 906 students study at Uzhhorod National University.

The university trains specialists in 8 areas of educational and qualification level “junior specialist”, 53 areas of bachelor’s degree, 101 specialties of educational and qualification levels “master” and “specialist”.

An innovative triad is being introduced in all areas and specialties of all years of study – in-depth study of foreign languages, high-quality mastering of information technologies, intensive multilevel international relations.

The university studies 9 languages ​​in depth – Ukrainian, English, German, French, Russian, Hungarian, Romanian, Slovak, Czech. No university in Central Europe has such a consistent and systematic interest in the languages ​​of neighboring nations.

International activity

Uzhhorod National University primarily solves three tasks – increasing the number of foreign students, developing “double degree” programs, increasing the amount of grants involved in the modernization of the university.

Today, the university works with more than 116 partners from 24 countries.

Cooperation in the implementation of scientific works in the framework of international projects – in the field of astronomy, information technology, economics, history, political science, sociology, cultural studies, tourism, food industry – is especially intensified.

Among the largest international research projects of Uzhhorod National University: “Innovative laboratories: the use of open innovative educational platforms and research activities in education for enterprises”, under the TEMPUS program; “Space Emergency Protection System – a cross-border system for predicting natural disasters based on the use of satellite technologies in Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Ukraine” and “Pl @ NETour – Creation of a scientific tourism product and network infrastructure for scientific tourism in the border regions of Maramures and Transcarpathia ”, in the framework of the ENPI cross-border cooperation program.

  Uzhhorod National University students take part in various academic mobility programs abroad: “semester study”, “double diploma”, educational and introductory practice. In particular, there is a cooperation agreement between Uzhhorod National University and the Pomeranian Academy in Slupsk (Poland), which allows Uzhhorod National University students of many specialties to study similar specialties at a state Polish higher education institution.

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