Ukraine Medical Universities

Why MBBS in Ukraine ?

Free, state funded higher education is provided on a competitive basis as well as private non-funded higher education. The language of tuition is generally Ukrainian or Russian.

Ukrainian Universities offer both Bachelor Degree programs of 4 years and Master Degree programs of 5-6 years. These degrees are both taught and awarded in accordance with the Bologna process, in which Ukraine is taking part. The grading scale used in Ukrainian universities reaches from 1-5, 5 meaning "excellent" and 1-2 meaning "unacceptable", hence a failing grade. This 5-point scale is used along with a scale from 1-100 in which a students performance is rated, the latter is easily transferrable to the 5-point-scale.

Benefits of studying in Ukraine

  1. Quality Education
  2. Globally Recognized Courses (Europe, UK, USA, Asia, Africa)
  3. Medical degree recognized by WHO, UNESCO, PLAB(UK), USMLE(USA), throughout EU and Various International Organization
  4. No Entry Test
  5. No IELTS or TOEFL required
  6. Tuition fee paid on arrival
  7. Cost effective
  8. European Life Standard
  9. Worldwide Acceptance of Ukrainian Method of Teaching
  10. English Medium of Instruction
  11. Better Job Prospects
  12. Emphasis on Practical Aspects in Teaching
  13. Moderate Climate around the year
  14. Outstanding International Faculty
  15. One of the Best Transportation systems in Europe
  16. International Students enjoy approximately 30%~ 50% discounts on travel
  17. Enrichment of Experience through Visiting Professors from USA , CANADA , UK , etc.
  18. Participation of Students in Seminars/Symposia/Project Work, etc. in other European cities
  19. Bilateral Student Exchange Program with Universities in Germany , Sweden , Finland , Check Republic , etc.
  20. Three Months' Summer Jobs during vacation in countries i.e. U.K. , SWEDEN and other E.U. countries
  21. Chances of Permanent Residence & Settlement in Europe after completion of study program
  22. 100% VISA assured to deserving candidates