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Fees ($ US per one Academic Year)
Russian or Ukrainian language – 3300 $
English language – 4300 $
Russian or Ukrainian language – 3800 $
English language – 4500 $
Russian or Ukrainian language – 3200 $
English language – 4000 $
For foreigners wishing to study in Ukrainian language functioning in the preparatory Department. Ukrainian language – 2500 $
Payment unchanged for all years of study.
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During the latest years, the countries geography is extending and a number of foreign citizens studying at the University are increasing. More than 3 000 medical practitioners from 64 countries of the world have received their professional education at the University for more than four decades. The most experienced experts representing professors and tutors of the National Medical University named after A. A. Bohomolets, who have 15 and more years of experience, are working with foreign citizens. The academic process is based on uniting of principles of individual studies, objectivity and penetration into the language environment and practical orientation; its efficiency is confirmed by the following fact: the graduates successfully pass qualification examinations in their countries and hold the offices of not only medical practitioners, but organizers in the field of healthcare.
As of today, more than 1 100 students and more than 100 masters, resident medical practitioners and post-graduate students from 60 countries of the world study at the National Medical University named after A. A. Bohomolets. Foreign students are taught in three languages; Ukrainian, Russian and English. More than 100 citizens from 20 countries of the world are taught in English.
Foreign students take an active part in activities of scientific groups, multi-specialization Olympiads; take prize-winning places in sporting competitions.
On the annual basis, our University admits foreign students to the following faculties:
medical (training in specialty “medical business”);
stomatological (training in specialty “stomatology”);
pharmaceutical (training in specialty “pharmacy”);
foundation studies course, wherein the applicants get basic knowledge in physics, biology, chemistry, Russian or Ukrainian.
National Medical University named after A. A. Bohomolets is acknowledged as a leading institution in Ukraine for preparation of citizens from Jordan, India, Syria, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Azerbaidzhan, Turkmenistan and others.
National Medical University named after A. A. Bohomolets is active in cooperating with the World Health Organization and European Regional Bureau of the World Health Organization. The University entered into 43 agreements with international and foreign organizations and establishments; it is a participant of 27 educational and 49 scientific international projects. The University is a partner of the European Union Program “Erasmus Mundus” for ensuring mobility of students and lecturers; in cooperation with the Caroline Institute (Sweden), the educational and scientific program for training of young scientists is being implemented. The University has been fruitfully cooperating with the International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX), European Association of the Healthcare Schools, International Association of Medical Education of Europe, European Regional Bureau of the World Health Organization, Federation of Healthcare Institutions of France La FEHAP, Consortium of European Universities, Agency of International Development, with the Fogarty Fund, “Renaissance”, Fulbright Fund, Legal Association of Southern America, Charity Fund of “Medical Assistance”, the Inter-University Center of Science and Cooperation of the Eastern and South-Eastern Europe (Italy), European Association of Public Health, Eastern European Network of Universities (Poland), German Service of DAAD, and Agency for International Development (USA).
The National Medical University named after A. A. Bohomolets signed Magna Charta Universitatum.
The National Medical University named after A. A. Bohomolets continues to cooperate with such educational institutions as Illinois University, University of Iowa, Institute of Immunology, National Institute of Environment and Health and University of Alabama in Birmingham (USA), Oxford University, Bristol University and Centre of Medical Education (Great Britain),Caroline Institute (Sweden), the Albert Schweitzer World Academy of Medicine, universities of Bordeaux and Toulouse (France), Universities of Wurzburg and Humboldt (Germany), universities of Bari, Modena, Bologna and Ferrara (Italy), National Academy of Healthcare, Kapodistrian University of Athens and University of Aristoteles (Greece), Trnavsky University of Healthcare, University of Healthcare of Saint Alzhbeta and Oncological Institute of Saint Alzhbeta (Slovakia), Yahellons University, Academy of Medicine, Institute of Public Health and Humanitarian Academy (Poland) Debretsensky University and Semmelweis University in Budapest (Hungary), Kaunas University of Medical Science and Vilnius University (Lithuania), Gazzi University and Middle Eastern Technical University (Turkey), Institute of Human Ecology and Hygiene of Environment named after О. М. Sisin, Moscow Medical Academy named after I.M. Sechenov and Moscow State Medical and Stomatological University (Russian Federation), University Al-Masir Al-Kobra (Libya), University of Copenhagen (Denmark), Azerbaidzhan Medical University, University Algarve (Portugal), University of Rotterdam (the Netherlands), University de Usto (Spain), University of Varna (Bulgaria), University of Medical Science and Pharmacy in Yassy (Romania), Saint-Petersburg State Medical Academy named after I. I. Mechnikov (Russian Federation), Memorial Institute of the Child’s Health in Warsaw (Poland) and International Institute of Medical Education (USA).
The University’s clinical chairs in cooperation with medical and preventive institutions of the city of Kyiv have been performing a considerable volume of medical and consultative works. 53 clinical chairs of the National Medical University are located on 137 clinical facilities of medical and preventive institutions.
On the annual basis, employees of clinical chairs of the University carry out treatment activities for more than 200 thousand patients, including more than 80 thousand patients requiring curative treatment. More than 60 thousand surgical and gynecological operations are conducted and 12 thousand deliveries are assisted. 34 thousand children are treated at the pediatric chairs.
Using the facilities of the Stomatological Medical Center of the National Medical University named after A. A. Bohomolets, a number of republican medical and methodological centers have been operating: periodontology, neurostomatology, prevention of stomatological diseases. As of today, more than 300 jobs have been created, which results in ensuring individual practical activity of each student.
Using the clinical chairs of the university, 9 republican and 20 city specialized centers coordinating activities of the inter-oblast centers, city hospitals, have been conducting their intensive works.
30 departments and laboratories
26 Internet classes
Stomatological Medical Centre
137 clinical facilities
8 academic facilities
Lecture halls for 2.8 thousand students
Ukrainian training center for family medicine
26 computer classes
12 students’ canteens and cafeteria
Recreation and disease-preventive center
22 groups for amateur performances
9 sports groups
MEDICAL FACULTY NO. 1
MEDICAL FACULTY NO. 2
MEDICAL FACULTY NO. 3
MEDICAL FACULTY NO. 4
MEDICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL FACULTY
FACULTY FOR EDUCATION OF MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS FOR THE ARMED FORCES OF UKRAINE
FACULTY FOR EDUCATION OF FOREIGN CITIZENS
1840 The Greatest Rescript was signed by His Imperial Majesty Nickolas the First, whereby the medical faculty was established at the University of Saint Vladimir in Kyiv (29 of April, Old Style).
1841 Decision of the Professors’ Council of the University of Saint Vladimir was adopted, whereby the medical faculty had to be opened in September of 1841. The first admission of students: 29 students.
1842 Activities of the medical faculty commenced according to a new Charter, whereby teaching some additional disciplines was established pursuant to the organizational structure and a chair of state medical science was created.
1853 Anatomy theatre of the medical faculty was established.
1881 The students’ scientific society “Clinical Society of Medical Students” was organized.
1885 Surgical and therapeutic hospitals were built.
1888 The obstetrical hospital was built.
1920 The Kyiv Institute of Healthcare, which united the medical faculty of the University of Saint Vladimir, the Women’s Medical Institute, and Medical Faculty of the Ukrainian State University, was created.
1921 The Kyiv Institute of Healthcare was renamed into the Kyiv State Medical Academy, which thereupon became the Kyiv Medical Institute.
1930 Publishing of the newspaper “The Red Medical Practitioner” commenced; in 1936 it was renamed into the “Medical Personnel”.
1941 The Institute was evacuated.
1943 The Institute resumed its activities in the city of Kyiv.
1946 The Kyiv Medical Institute was named after the Academician A. A. Bohomolets, President of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic.
1965 The Museum of History of the Medical Science was organized (from 1982, it was called the National Museum of Medical Science of Ukraine).
1992 The Institute was reorganized into the state medical university named after A. A. Bohomolets.
1995 The University was granted the status of the National Medical University named after A. A. Bohomolets.
2003 The University became a co-founder of the Inter-University Center of Cooperation of the Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, which included 33 universities from 14 states of the European region.
2007 The University became a partner of the project of the European Union: Erazmusundus External Cooperation Window Lot 6 и Lot 7.
2011 The University joined the association of signatories of Magna Charta Universitatum, Bologna, Italy.
In 2011, the University won a competition and joined the program TEMPUS.
National Medical University named after A. A. Bohomolets:
Information about the University is included into the list of certified universities and colleges of the world and is set out in prestigious domestic and foreign reference editions: “The Golden Book of Ukrainian Elite”, “World of Learning-2011” (Great Britain), etc. Contacts have been established with the embassies of Ukraine in foreign countries and embassies of foreign countries in Ukraine, for the purpose of providing information on conditions and opportunities for studies of foreign citizens at the National Medical University named after A. A. Bohomolets
For organization of international activities and successful establishment of fruitful contacts with European and US medical institutions thus promoting European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine, in September, 2006 Ternopil State Medical University named after I. Ya. Horbachevsky was awarded a diploma of the International Academy of Rating Technologies and Sociology «Golden fortune».
The Nomination Committee of the European Business Assembly (Oxford, UK) and the Academic Council of the International University of Vienna (Austria) awarded Ternopil State Medical University named after I. Ya. Horbachevsky an international award “European Quality”, which was presented in Barcelona (Spain) within the framework of an international meeting of leaders of science and culture «Euro Education».
Fees ($ US per one Academic Year)
Russian or Ukrainian language – 3700 $
English language – 4100 $
English language – 4400 $
Russian or Ukrainian language – 3500 $
English language – 3800 $
Russian or Ukrainian language – 1400 $
English language – 1650 $
For foreigners wishing to study in Ukrainian language functioning in the preparatory Department. Ukrainian language – 1200 $
By 2015-2016 school year, more than 1,500 students from 60 countries around the world had received education in the Ternopil State Medical University. 50 pour cent of teaching staff of TSMU have certificates of English and more than 80 pour cent of foreign students study medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and nursing in English.
The faculty of foreign students includes 5 chairs. Four chairs (surgery No. 2, therapy No. 2, obstetrics and gynecology No. 2, pediatrics No. 2) were created to improve the organizational and educational work among foreign students and began to teach solely foreign students since September 1, 2009. The faculty chairs prepared all materials for preparation of students for practical classes, lectures, training plans, methodical guidance in English and in Russian languages; at least 250 questions for each class in both languages were prepared for daily test control in MOODLE system.
Apart from the Chairs of the Faculty of foreign students, foreign students are studying at all other departments of the university pertaining to medical, dental or pharmaceutical faculties. All these Chairs have accordingly trained English-speaking professionals. For all subjects studied by foreign students methodological support in English and Russian languages was developed in the form of training materials for practical classes, lectures, methodical materials for students, algorithms of practical skills, methodical materials for teachers. All of these materials exist both in hard copy and in electronic form, that is students have free access to them through the Internet 24 hours a day.
The third division of the Faculty of foreign students is the Preparatory department of the University. Every year it enrolls about 100 students. Most of the students study the Ukrainian language. Teachers of the preparatory department are highly qualified linguists; they prepared to defend or plan to defend master’s theses.
The teachers of the preparatory department have published a textbook «Ukrainian language for the students of the preparatory department» and now prepare another one in Russian.
Every year students of the preparatory department take part in an inter-university competition for the best knowledge of the Ukrainian language and win prizes.
Cooperation has been established with 14 foreign higher medical schools of Europe and America. In 2006-2012 more than 80 University lecturers went through on-the-job training there. In accordance with the cooperation agreement with the University of South Carolina Upstate (Spartanburg, USA) Ternopil Medical University created conditions for training US citizens at the Institute of Nursing (University’s subdivision).
For organization of international activities and successful establishment of fruitful contacts with European and US medical institutions thus promoting European and Euro-Atlantic integration of Ukraine in September, 2006 Ternopil State Medical University named after I. Ya. Horbachevsky was awarded a diploma of the International Academy of Rating Technologies and Sociology “Golden Fortune”.
Since 2006 on the basis of educational and recreational complex “Krasnaya Kalina” “Summer International student schools” are held every year in summer, organized by the International Relations Department. To participate in this school, the students from the USA, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, the Netherlands, Russia, Kazakhstan, Indonesia have visited Ukraine as well as students from other higher medical educational institutions of Ukraine. Students of the Ternopil State Medical University, fluent in English, also attend the school.
The University includes 5 faculties: medical, dental, pharmaceutical, foreign students and post-graduate education, incorporating 48 Chairs. On the basis of theoretical Chairs 4 Educational and Research Institutes operate: Morphology; Biomedical Problems; Pharmacology, Hygiene and Medical Biochemistry; Modeling and analysis of pathological processes; clinical Chairs. The Education and Research Institute of Nursing operates on the basis of theoretical and clinical Chairs.
Educational and health center «Krasnaya Kalina» with a conference center, hotel, food complex, sports and physical culture facilities and student preventorium makes healthier 20 pour cent of students each year. In addition, the training and recreation center has also a botanical garden of medicinal plants of the Faculty of Pharmacy.
Municipal therapeutic and prophylactic establishments
1. Ternopil City Municipal Emergency Hospital
2. Ternopil City Municipal Hospital No. 2
3. Ternopil city municipal hospital No. 3
4. Ternopil city municipal institution
5. Ternopil City Children’s Municipal Hospital
Regional therapeutic and prophylactic establishments
1. Ternopil Regional Municipal TB Dispensary
2. Ternopil University Hospital
3. Ternopil Regional Municipal Skin and Venereal Diseases Dispensary
4. Ternopil Regional Municipal Clinical Psychoneurological Hospital
5. Ternopil Regional Clinical Children’s Hospital
6. Ternopil regional clinical perinatal center «Mother and Child»
7. Ternopil regional clinical oncology municipal dispenser
Other medioprophilactic institutions
1. Sanatorium “Medobory”
2. State Institution “Rail Centre Clinical Hospital” of the Ternopil State Territorial and Branch Association “Lviv Railway”
3. Rivne Regional Hospital
4. Rivne perinatal center
FACULTY OF PHARMACY
FACULTY OF DENTISTRY
FACULTY OF FOREIGN STUDENTS
FACULTY OF POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION
Education of students in Ternopil Medical Institute began on September 1, 1957. Nineteen Chairs were opened in the institute at that time.
In 1960-1961 the morphological building was commissioned; construction of the major clinical base of the institute – the regional hospital – was completed; the regional polyclinics was commissioned. The institute already had an enrollment of 1360 students; 30 chairs were functioning employing 148 lecturers, among them – seven Doctors and sixty-six Candidates of Sciences. The first issue of 203 physicians with a diploma of the Ternopil State Medical University took place in June 1961.
In 1997 the Department resumed its work for foreign citizens.
In 1971 the Sports building was finished. In 1989 a preventorium was opened.
Since 1979 in the Institute in addition to the current therapeutic faculty a second faculty of postgraduate training was opened. The institute has educational museums of Chair of Biology, Chair of Human Anatomy. In 1982 Institute History Museum began to function.
In 1989 the Central Research Laboratory was opened.
Since 1997 the Academy operates a specialized council on theses for specialties «Surgery», «Normal Anatomy» (medical and biological sciences) and «Pathological physiology».
In 2000 the first enrollment to the Faculty of Pharmacy took place to start training pharmacists, and since 2001 future clinical pharmacists and pharmacists-cosmetologists also began to be trained. In 2000 the Academy received a license for training midwives, paramedics and laboratory technicians. Nursing Department was reorganized into the Department of bachelor and junior specialists, and then in 2003 it was reorganized into Medical College.
According to the results of rating of all activities in 2000 the Academy took the third place among higher medical schools of Ukraine of the IV-th level of accreditation.
In 2004 the Academy was reorganized into Ternopil State Medical University named after I. Ya. Horbachevsky.
Approximately 25 thousand specialists have graduated from the University for the years of its existence; 40 thousand specialists working in all regions of Ukraine and abroad completed their qualification enhancement courses at the Faculty of Post-Graduate Education. More than 600 University’s graduates have been awarded with the PhD degree and more than 100 with the Doctor’s and professor’s degrees, 2 – correspondent members of the Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, 1 – correspondent member of the National Academy of Sciences and correspondent member of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, 1 – academician of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine. 580 science fellows and pedagogical employees at 48 chairs include 87 Doctors of Sciences, professors and 348 PhDs, associate professors, including 3 correspondent members of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, 9 honorable persons in the field of science and technology, 2 honourable persons in the field of education, 2 winners of the State Prize of Ukraine in the field of science and technology, 3 honourable inventors and 3 honourable medical practitioners of Ukraine.
The University is a co-founder and publisher of 12 All-Ukrainian scientific magazines; oblast newspapers “Medical Academy” and “University’s Hospital” are published.
28 scientific themes are elaborated at the university in such fundamental fields, which are aimed at implementation of priority tasks for the healthcare system.
Over the past 10 years scientists of the University have received 602 patents for inventions. The new methods of burns treatment, developed at the University, were awarded the State Prize of Ukraine in the field of science and technology; two scientists have become Honored Inventors of Ukraine. 58 doctorial and 311 Candidate of Science theses were defended.
Scientific research is carried out in five research laboratories, which have passed state accreditation and received a certificate of state certification. University Hospital was set up.
The University introduced a new form of organization of educational process based on a credit-module system using «single day» techniques, practical skills lines, practice-oriented Z-learning system, semester test control of students’ knowledge by the University independent testing center, network training system based on Internet technology, which is an analogue of the modern European system (Vienna Medical University). Students’ practical skills matriculation has been introduced as well as remote computer system for daily test control of knowledge of students on the basis of «Moodle» technology to determine the level of students’ preparation for classes; objective structured clinical test (OSCT), which allows checking the quality of the students’ practical skills.
Lviv State Medical University named after Danylo Halytsky is a winner of ХІІІ complex sports competition among medical and preventive institutions of Lviv Oblast of the oblast committee of the oblast committee of the healthcare professionals’ trade union of Ukraine.
According to the rating of SciVerse Scopus, the Lviv State Medical University named after Danylo Halytsky ranks second among the medical institutions of higher learning of Ukraine.
RATING OF THE BEST INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING OF UKRAINE, elaborated by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.
LVIV STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY NAMED AFTER DANYLO HALYTSKY WAS ACKNOWLEDGED AS “LEADER OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN UKRAINE” AT THE FIFTH INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION “CONTEMPORARY ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS – 2014”.
In 2016, the Lviv State Medical University named after Danylo Halytsky was awarded with GRAN-PRIX “LEADER OF INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES” and GOLD MEDAL in the nomination: “Utilization of a complex contemporary means of ICT, programs, and solutions for enhancement of quality of education” at the Seventh International Exhibition “CONTEMPORARY ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS – 2016”. Lviv State Medical University named after Danylo Halytsky was also awarded with such awards as DIPLOMA for presentation of achievements and implementation of pedagogical innovations into the national educational space and CERTIFICATE of quality of scientific publications, which were granted to the University on the basis of a high rating in scientometrical database SciVerse Scopus.
The international academic agreements are being implemented with the following foreign universities:
Yahellons University (Krakow)
Wroclaw Medical University named after Piastov Silezsky
Poznan Medical University named after Karol Martsinkovsky
Warsaw Medical University
Lublin Medical University named after Felix Skubichevsky
Silezsky Medical University (Katovitse-Zabzhe)
Gdansk Medical University
Zheshuv Medical University
Sofia Medical University
Russian University of the Peoples’ Friendship (Moscow)
Saint-Petersburg Medical University named after I. P. Pavlov
Grodno Medical Universit
Institute of Policy and Management in the field of healthcare of the Erasmus Rotterdam University (Rotterdam, the Netherlands)
Ukrainian language – 3.500
Russian language – 3.800
English language – 4.300
Ukrainian language – 4.000
Russian language – 4.300
English language – 4.800
Ukrainian language – 3.100
Russian language – 3.300
English language – 3.700
For foreigners wishing to study in Ukrainian language functioning in the preparatory Department. Ukrainian language – 1500$
Commencing from 1961, concurrently with training of national personnel, the University has been educating foreign citizens from the countries of Europe, Asia, Africa and America. For the latest 50 years, approximately 3 thousand medical practitioners and qualified pharmaceutical chemists were educated and currently work in numerous countries of the world. Since 1997, the foreign students’ education in English has been developing rapidly. 1139 foreign students from 48 countries of the world study at the University. Among them there are 864 students who are educated in English, 159 in Ukrainian and 58 in Russian.
Geography of the countries, from which the foreign students arrive for studies to the University, is very versatile: Austria, Angola, Bangladesh, Benin, Bulgaria, Ghana, Guinea, Greece, Denmark, Egypt, Israel, India, Iraq, Iran, Spain, Jordan, Cameroon, Canada, Kenya, Cyprus, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritius, Malaysia, Morocco, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Palestine, Peru, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Sudan, USA, Taiwan, Tanzania, Tunis, Turkey and Sweden.
The factors promoting increase of the foreign students’ flow include a high standard of education, which foreign students may get at the University as well as improvement of social aspects associated with mundane life and leisure time at the hostels and general infrastructure of the city.
The University’s scientists have been cooperating with their colleagues in various fields of medical science and pharmacy. During the last year, for the purpose of more active integration into the European Research Space, the Lviv State Medical University named after Danylo Halytsky continued to cooperate with the Western scientific center of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and Ministry of Health of Ukraine as well as with the Lviv State Center for Scientific, Technical and Economic Information (LSCSTEI).
During numerous years, the Lviv State Medical University named after Danylo Halytsky has been implementing the cooperation agreements in the fields of science, education and students’ exchanges with Yahellons University (Krakow, Poland), Wroclaw Medical University named after Piastov Silezsky (Wroclaw, Poland), Poznan Medical University named after Karol Martsinkovsky (Poznan, Poland), Warsaw Medical University (Warsaw, Poland), Lublin Medical University named after Felix Skubichevsky (Lublin, Poland), Silezsky Medical University (Katovitse-Zabzhe, Poland), Gdansk Medical University (Gdansk, Poland), University of Zheshuv (Zheshuv, Poland), Sofia Medical University (Sofia, Bulgaria), Russian University of the Peoples’ Friendship (Moscow, Russia), Saint-Petersburg Medical University named after I. P. Pavlov (Saint-Petersburg, Russia), Institute of Policy and Management in the field of healthcare of the Erasmus Rotterdam University (Rotterdam, the Netherlands) and others. Cooperation agreements were signed with the University of Information Technologies and Management in Zheshuv (Poland) as well as memorandum of understanding with Wurzburg University of Julius-Maximillian (Germany).
The Lviv State Medical University named after Danylo Halytsky is a member of the Association for Regional Cooperation in the fields of Health, Science and Technology – RECOOP HST Association.
The University has been closely cooperating with various organizations in Poland, Malaysia, Jordan, India, Iran, Bulgaria, Greece, Peru, Pakistan and other countries. The University’s scientists have been working on implementation of joint scientific themes with leading scientific and educational medical institutions of Germany, Hungary, USA, Canada, Australia, Great Britain, the Netherlands, France, Sweden, Poland and Belgium.
14 academic buildings.
Stomatological medical center, principal stomatological institution of Lviv Oblast.
Drug store engaged in educational and production activities.
Central Scientific and Research Laboratory and laboratory of industrial toxicology.
Scientific and research centre for testing of anti-tumour medicinal products.
Complex for students’ catering.
35 groups for amateur art.
Sports and recreation camp “Medical Practitioner”.
47 clinical chairs of the University are located on 36 facilities in Lviv oblast and 5 facilities of Volyn oblasts. In the city of Lviv, the facilities include 14 regional and oblast medical institutions, 14 city medical establishments, 6 departmental medical establishments, including clincial hospital of the Lviv Railways, Central hospital of the western operative commandment of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, recreation and resort centers of the city of Truskavets. In Truskavets, located on the facilities of the recreation and resort centers, there is a chair of rehabilitation of the Faculty of Post-Graduate Education. In oblast and city medical institutions of the city of Lutsk in Volyn Oblast, there are branches of chairs of the Faculty of Post-Graduate Education. The University’s Stomatological Outpatients’ Department is a medical facility for the students of stomatological faculty.
In terms of capacities of medical and diagnostic processes among clinical facilities and participation of professors and lecturers in such processes, the following institution should be emphasized: Lviv City Clinical Hospital of First Medical Aid with a bedspace for more than 1000 beds and more than 50% participation of the University’s employees in therapeutic process.
The Lviv Oblast Clinical Hospital is approaching such results. Considerable volumes of works are carried out by the Lviv Oblast and City Children’s Clinical Hospitals, Lviv Oblast Clinical Cardiological Center, Lviv Regional Oncological Therapeutical and Diagnostic Center and city clinical hospitals in Lviv: No. 1, No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, and No. 8. Members of the University’s professors and tutors’ manage departments of the Lviv Oblast Children’s Clinical Specialized Hospital, Volyn Oblast Clinical Hospital, and Lutsk City Clinical Hospital.
Medical faculty No. 1
Medical faculty No. 2
Faculty of Post-Graduate Education
Department for working with foreign students
In 1661, by the privilege of Jan Casimir, the Lviv Jesuit Collegium was ranked as Academy and awarded the title of the University comprising four faculties.
In 1784, the university comprising four faculties: theology, law, philosophy and medical, was restored.
New academic buildings and clinical facilities of the University were built and began to operate during 1891–1898: anatomy and physiology, anatomicopathological, chemical, obstetrical and gynecological, surgical, internal diseases, and dermatovenereology, etc.
In 1921, as a part of the Ukrainian Secret University, the medical faculty consisting of 10 chairs was established and 185 students were admitted thereto.
In 1939, the medical faculty of the Lviv University was separated from the university and re-organized into the Lviv State Medical University with two faculties: medical and preventive; pharmaceutical.
On 20 May 1942, pursuant to the order of the German Occupation Administration, the medical professional courses were created on the facilities of the Lviv Medical Institute. In principle, their educational programs did not differ from the pre-war ones and they were virtually identical to the German Programs of Higher Medical Education.
In 1944, upon expiry of two months after liberation of Lviv from the occupation, a new academic year commenced at the Lviv State Medical Institute.
From 1961, along with training of domestic professional personnel, the University has been teaching foreign citizens from the countries of Europe, Asia, Africa and America.
In 1996, the Lviv State Medical Institute acquired the status of an institution of higher learning of IV level of accreditation and was renamed into the Lviv State Medical University.
In 2003, the Lviv State Medical University named after Danylo Halytsky was awarded the status of National Medical University.
The Lviv National Medical Univesity named after Danylo Halytsky is one of leading medical universities of ІV level of accreditation, which is renowned due to its ancient history and glorious traditions. It is subordinate to the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.
Today, the Lviv National Medical University named after Danylo Halytsky unites 6 faculties, medical college, and 75 chairs (including 47 clinical, as well as 19 basic chairs for institutions of higher medical learning of Ukraine).
The annual attendants of the University amount to approximately 19855 persons; out of such number, there are 6193 students, 1319 interns and more than 10 thousand attendees of the Faculty of Post-Graduate Education.
During the last year, more than 10 thousand medical practitioners and qualified pharmaceutical chemists and approximately 900 interns enhanced their professional level at the Faculty of Post-Graduate Education.
The scientific and pedagogical activities are carried out by 1320 scientists: 149 Doctors of Sciences and more than 696 PhDs, including 123 professors, 450 associate professors and senior lecturers.
The professors and lecturers of the Lviv National Medical University named after Danylo Halytsky include: 4 academicians and correspondent members of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, 21 academicians and correspondent members of public academies, 7 winners of State Awards of Ukraine in the field of science and technologies, 11 honourable fellows of science and technology, 5 honourable fellows of education, 1 honourable fellow of physical culture and sports and 20 honourable medical practitioners of Ukraine.
Only during the years of Ukraine’s independence, the Faculty of Post-Graduate Education trained and re-trained approximately 200 000 medical practitioners and qualified pharmaceutical chemists.
Commencing from 1991, the University’s scientists defended more than 800 theses. During the same period of time, approximately 3 thousand guides, methodological guidelines and monographs were published, as well as more than 35 scientific articles.
The post-graduate courses are available at the University in 32 specialties and there is a center for doctoral training in 6 specialities. There are 5 specialized scientific boards for defence of PhD’s and Doctor’s theses in 11 specialties. As of 1 January, 2016, at the University there were 41 planned and carried out defenses of Doctor’s theses. During the last year, 7 Doctor’s theses, 42 PhDs theses and 14 Master’s works were completed and defended. The professor’s scientific degree was awarded to 8 persons; the degree of associate professor was awarded to 19 persons. Approximately 380 employees of the University enhanced their professional level, including during their studies abroad.
The following magazines are published with participation of the University’s scientists: “Acta Medica Leopoliensia”/Lviv Medical Magazine, Experimental and Clincial Physiology and Biochemistry”, “Stomatological Bulletin”, “Hepatology”, “Medical science applied in railway transport”, “Implantology. Parodontology. Osteology”, “Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmacotherapy and Medical Standardization”, “The World of Orthodontia”, “Allergies, from which our children may suffer”; collections of scientific papers: “Therapeutical Collection of NOSH” and “Urgent Issues of Preventive Medical Science”; All-Ukrainian periodicals: newspapers “Alma Мater” and “Peoples’ Health”, etc.
According to its performance results, the Lviv National Medical University named after Danylo Halytsky has leading positions in ratings among the institutions of higher learning and higher educational medical institutions in Ukraine.
REPUBLIC OF INDIA
Оn 29 June 2016 the Embassy of Ukraine to the Republic of India launched processing of Ukrainian visas by means of “Visa” information and telecommunication system that enables foreigners and stateless persons to register visa applications online and schedule the date for submission of documents in the institution directly through the website http://visa.mfa.gov.ua.
The purpose of this innovation is to create transparent and accessible conditions for issuing visas, simplifying visa procedures in general.
At the same time please note that applicants’ photos uploaded to “Visa” ITS should be high-quality (“passport photo” standard).
Order of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine “On approval of rules for issuing visas for entry to Ukraine and transit through its territory” dd. 01 June 2011 No. 567 establishes the procedure for issuing visas to enter Ukraine and defines certain types and kinds of visas, their duration and basis for issue.
1. Applicants must pre-register for submission of visa documents via the website http://visa.mfa.gov.ua.
2. All visa documents are submitted from Monday to Friday, 10.00 am – 01.00 pm.
3. Payment of the consular fee for the visa to enter Ukraine is done on the basis of a payment referral issued by the consular officer of the Embassy stating the amount of the visa fee, based on the applicable rates of the consular fee approved in accordance with the established procedure.
4. The original and copy of the bank payment order and payment referral issued by the consul to pay the consular fee in the bank should be submitted by the applicant on the day of receipt of the documents submitted to the Embassy for the visa to enter Ukraine.
5. Documents are issued on Monday to Thursday, 04.00 pm – 06.00 pm, and on Friday, 12.00 – 01.00 pm.
6. The standard term for visa issue is 15 calendar days. If it is necessary to additionally verify the visa documents, the term for consideration of the visa application may be extended up to 30 calendar days.
7. Urgent visa applications are processed within 2 working days with the consular fee payable at the double rate.
Urgent visas are issued on request of foreigners and stateless persons where this is possible.
8. Visa application forms should not contain any changes as to the name, passport details of the applicant, scheduled date of entry in / departure from Ukraine, number of entries in Ukraine, date of submission of documents etc.
9. All required original documents for the visa to enter Ukraine should be accompanied with one copy of each document (copy of the application form should not be submitted).
10. Applicants must provide copies of all pages of the passport containing any information (valid or expired visas, marks of entry in / departure from a country, denial of visas to any country etc.
11. THE CONSULAR FEE SHOULD BE PAID AT THE EMBASSY’S ACCOUNTS AT RATNAKAR BANK LIMITED USING THE FOLLOWING DETAILS:
ACCOUNT: EMBASSY OF UKRAINE CONSULAR
CUSTOMER ID: 2091172
ACCOUNT NUMBER (Rs): 409000315329
ACCOUNT NUMBER (USD): 409000315310
BANK ADDRESS: 23, Basant Lok Market Community Centre Vasant Vihar New Delhi 110057
All payments are made on the basis of a payment referral issued by the consular officer after the submission of all required documents for the corresponding consular action in the Embassy.
Proof of payment for the consular action is the original bank payment order with a note of the transaction date.
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Consular Section of the Embassy of Ukraine to the Republic of India
E-1/8, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi, India, 110 057.
00-9111 2614 5093
00-9111 2614 5093, 2614 6043
Monday to Thursday, 9.00 am – 07.00 pm (lunch break 01.00 pm – 03.00 pm), Friday 9.00 am – 01.00 pm, without break, excluding weekends and Ukrainian national holidays.
Embassy of Ukraine to the Republic of India
Igor Polikha, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the Republic of India (part-time: People’s Republic of Bangladesh, the Maldives, the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, Kingdom of Bhutan)
E-1/8, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi, India, 110 057.
00-9111 2614 6041, 2614 5093 (consular matters), +91 8826297218 (ONLY in case of threat to life or death of citizens of Ukraine)
00-9111 2614 6043
Individuals cross the state border on permission of authorized officers of the State Border Service of Ukraine based on valid passport documents at specified border crossing points.
Authorized officers of the State Border Service of Ukraine provide foreigners or stateless persons with a permit to cross the border when entering Ukraine subject to the following:
1) they have valid passport documents
(this is a document of a standard pattern issued by a public authority of a foreign state, which identifies a citizen and his/her citizenship (stateless status) and gives the right to cross the border);
2) there is no decision of an authorized state body of Ukraine prohibiting the person’s entry in Ukraine(decision of an authorized state body restricting a foreigner from entering Ukraine for a certain period of time);
3) they have an entry visa, unless otherwise specified by the laws of Ukraine (only for citizens of foreign states with valid international agreements on the visa procedure of mutual travels, requiring a visa to be obtained in consular offices of Ukraine abroad);
4) confirmation of the purpose of intended stay(for foreigners who come to study:
– original INVITATION of the higher education institution in a standardized form for foreigners – full-time applicants from countries of visa-based entry, for foreigners – full-time applicants from countries of visa-free entry – original or scanned copy;
– original (photocopied) INVITATION on the letterhead of the higher education institution for foreigners – distance learners);
5) sufficient funds for the period of intended stay and for return to the country of origin.
Border control of foreigners and stateless persons entering Ukraine is carried out using first-line control procedures, and in the cases stipulated by this Law – using second-line control procedure as well.
The first-line control procedure provides for the following checks:
1) passport in order to establish its validity, availability of a permanent residence permit or visa in accordance with the law;
2) availability or absence in the databases of the State Border Service of Ukraine of information on prohibition of entry in Ukraine and orders of law enforcement bodies concerning persons crossing the state border;
3) marks on crossing the state border in the passport document of a foreigner or stateless person.
The second-line control procedure is carried out following the analysis and risk assessment during the first-line control procedure, of an authorized officer of the State Border Service of Ukraine has doubts whether the foreigner or stateless person meets the conditions of entry in Ukraine, and provides for the following:
1) notifying the foreigner about the purpose of such check in Ukrainian and English or national language (an interpreter from the national language shall be provided by the education institution or an intermediary firm on behalf of such institution);
2) clarification of the foreigner’s or stateless person’s right to inquire the names or personal service numbers of authorized officers of the State Border Service of Ukraine carrying out additional checks, the name of the state border crossing point and date of crossing the border;
3) identifying the places of departure and destination, purpose and conditions of intended stay, checking the relevant supporting documents and conducting interviews, if required;
4) checking the availability of sufficient funds to stay in Ukraine.
5) conducting the procedure in a separate room of the state border crossing point and recording the results on audio and video (photo) media.
– After a prospective student arrives to the university, an admission board shall arrange for an interview to determine his/her knowledge of the core disciplines for a chosen specialty.
– If a foreigner does not have a sufficient language competency, the university offers him/her to enter the preparatory faculty. After completing the preparatory training, he/she may be admitted to the basic course.
2. Arrival to Ukraine for training
– All foreign enrollees arriving to Ukraine for training should have an “Invitation to study” granted by the hosting university in a form established by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.
– Visa nationals should obtain a long-term (“Education”, type D) visa to Ukraine, allowing you to stay in the state for more than 90 days.
– Nationals of states Ukraine have the visa-free agreement with; do not have to get a visa to Ukraine.
– To get a Type D visa, please file documents to the Ukrainian Consulate in your state in accordance with the list posted on the Embassy’s website. The list of documents should include an original counterpart of the “Invitation to study.” In addition, please note that your documents on previous education should be officially certified in your state (either legalized (by the Ministry of Education + Ministry of Foreign Affairs + Embassy of Ukraine in your state) or apostilled + legalized by the Embassy of Ukraine) before applying to the Consulate. These documents should be officially recognized in Ukraine in order to allow the Ukrainian University issue you a diploma upon graduation.
– All “Invitations to study” issued by universities undergo compulsory registration with the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine before issuance to enrollees.
3. Crossing the state border of Ukraine
-When going through a passport check-point, for a detailed interview with the border service officer you need to know exactly what university you are going to, where it is, where you will stay during education, and a specialty you’ll major in. A letter of notification on your arrival is a must!
4. Migration requirements to foreign students.
– Foreign students graduating in Ukraine are covered by the immigration legislation to be strictly complied with!
– All foreigners, who enter Ukraine for training should receive a temporary residence permit from the Migration Service and get registered at the place of actual residence during training. For visa nationals, the term of migration formalities shall not exceed 15 days from the visa expiration (the term of validity – 45 days), and for nationals enjoying visa-free admission – up to 75 days after crossing the state border of Ukraine.
– A temporary residence permit shall be a document certifying the identity of a foreigner or a stateless person; it confirms the legality of your stay in Ukraine; it should be presented during the immigration and other checks.
– A migration certificate shall be issued for the whole duration of your training.
– Please consider validity of your migration certificate – you should submit documents for its extension to the Migration Service no later than in 15 days prior to its expiration.
– In case of expulsion from an educational institution, the university should file a notice on training termination to the Migration Service, hand over your migration certificate, and cancel the registration within 10 days. After that, you should leave the territory of Ukraine in 7 days.
Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine
Embassy of Ukraine in the Republic of India
Embassy of the Republic of India in Ukraine
Please find below a list of student indispensable websites:
When you have decided on the date of arrival in Ukraine, it is important to notify our Center on the date, time and place (airport) of your arrival and flight number in advance.
We will meet you and help register all necessary documents in Ukraine. We will meet you in Ukraine and accompany you to the university.
After obtaining a visa and buying tickets foreign citizens must provide the following information to us and the university:
Get the migration card.
Migration card is a document which confirms that the student has crossed the border of Ukraine legally.
It is binding for the student’s further registration and, therefore, is a very important document. Without the migration card, it is impossible to obtain registration in the territory of Ukraine.
The migration card is issued by aircraft (train) staff during the flight (trip). In addition, migration card forms can be obtained prior to passport control at the airport, or if the student travels in a different way – directly when crossing the border of Ukraine.
The completed migration card is submitted to a border official,
who checks its data, enters the date of the border crossing and inputs the relevant data in the electronic database.
Before leaving the control area, it is important to check that you have received your portion of the immigration card with the recorded date of entry. It is very important to keep the migration card until departure from Ukraine.
Specialists of our Center will accompany you at every stage of obtaining a visa in the Embassy of Ukraine in your country.
THREE SIMPLE STEPS TO VISA!
1.Call, write or leave an application online.
After your request our specialists will contact you and offer the best option of obtaining a visa. Based on your wishes and possibilities we will select the best option, which allows obtaining a visa with minimum effort and cost.
2.Deliver required documents.
There are several ways to deliver documents: bring your documents to our office, send scanned documents by e-mail or send documents by any courier service.
3.Submit documents to the embassy and receive the visa.
We will prepare a set of documents, which will allow obtaining the visa in time. We will submit the prepared set of documents to the embassy in your presence and then you will receive your visa within the specified period. You can be assured that the set of documents will be prepared made in a quality manner and in due time.
To obtain an entry visa, foreign citizens with official invitation should contact the nearest embassy or consulate of Ukraine.
Students must have the following documents:
Admission to the first year of studies is based on the interview results.
After signing the contract for studies, you become a student.
Our Center will provide your coordination with the chosen university
RULES OF ADMISSION FOR FOREIGN CITIZENS_
-order of the selection committee of the to study enrollment;
-written contract between the university and the foreign;
-adding a foreign national tuition fee to the account of adverse weather conditions;
-order of the rector of the university for study;
For an admission to study Non residents must provide the following documents
RECEIVE AN INVITATION
We will help you to obtain an official invitation to study in Ukraine, which is necessary to open a student visa. To do this, you need to provide the institution with the following personal information: name, date of birth, passport number, residence address and place of visa receipt.
For receiving educational invitation to study you must provide following documents:
The invitation to study is an official document, it has all legal grounds and confirms that a student is admitted to the university, and may enter the country to obtain the relevant educational services.
The invitation specifies passport data of the student and the full name of the university. This document must be provided to the Embassy of Ukraine to obtain a visa.
Most educational programs for foreigners are available in English. If you choose a Ukrainian university teaching in Ukrainian or Russian, you can study at the preparatory department to learn these languages. During the year you will master the language and get ready for admission to the university.
Students enrolling to the preparatory department need to provide the following documents:
Together with our specialists you need to choose a Ukrainian university which will offer you the best opportunities for learning. Representatives of our Center in your country, who recruit students for studies in Ukraine, can also help you choose the university.
Universities in Ukraine are multidisciplinary universities with a wide range of training programs in natural sciences, humanities, technical, economic and other areas of science, technology, culture and arts. Our country has both classical and specialized universities: technical, technological, medical, agricultural, universities of culture and arts. Academies usually offer specialities in a particular area of science, production and education.
Ukrainian universities have strong teams of professional lecturers. Many of them are known far beyond the borders of Ukraine.
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