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Universities are teaching under “Bologna Process that is European Credit Transfer Scheme or ECTS” that means the course is compatible in all countries in Europe including UK and Germany. The Ukrainian method of teaching is at par with that of the rest of the world and thus students find acceptance in fields of work as well as places of higher education elsewhere.
Medical Universities Listed in the WHO Directory of Medical Schools, FAIMER, International Association of Universities, European University Association and Medical Council of India etc. The students who have completed their medical degrees in Ukraine are permitted to apply for International Licensing exams like USMLE (USA), PLAB (UK) and MCI Screening Test as well as licensing exams in any other country. Graduates can apply for license with Medical Councils of more than 180 countries. Ukraine follows a high standard of education and teachers here are all highly qualified.
Passing the Screening Test enables you to get the MCI registration to practice in India as a Medical practitioner. Once you are registered with MCI as a Medical Practitioner, you are in no way different from any doctor who has studied in India. In fact, your exposure to European systems and practices should give you a distinct edge. The Screening Test is fairly simple in comparison to the Competitive Entrance Tests one takes in India for MBBS admissions. Anybody that has done the Medical Degree from Ukraine sincerely can easily pass the Screening Test.
Ukraine is Located in Eastern Europe, Ukraine is the largest country within the continent. It has Russia on its east, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary on the west, Black Sea and Sea of Azov to the south and southeast and Romania and Moldova to the southwest. Ukraine became independent in 1991 with the fall of the Soviet Union. Ukraine is the second largest country in Europe, with an area of 603,700 square kilometres; a coastline of 2,782 kilometres and a population of 50 million plus. The capital and the largest city in Ukraine is Kiev. The seven neighbouring countries are: Belarus, Russia, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Moldova and Poland.
Ukraine has temperate continental climate in the mainland with Mediterranean climate on the coastal belt. Winters vary from cool along the Black sea to cold farther inland. Average annual temperatures range from 5.5-7 °C (42-45 °F) in the north, to 11-13 °C (52-55.4 °F) in the south.
Education for Foreign Students: Ukraine has the Europe’s largest international student population, with nearly 20,000 students choosing to broaden their education and life experience in the Ukraine. From the mid-1990’s, when international student enrolment was only just reaching 5,000, international education in the Ukraine has come a long way. At present there are more than 3000 Indian students studying in Ukraine in different fields.
Foreign students study in regions full of surprising contrasts of which they quickly become a part of, especially during the many festivals and the intense cultural life, for which the region and the country is famous. Ukraine has always been open to foreign students. There is huge number of institutes of Higher Education in Ukraine and over 30,000 international students are enrolled in various institutes from over 100 countries from Asia, Europe, America and Africa. The international student community in Ukraine comprises men and women from all over the world; who have the invaluable experience of studying together with students from many different cultural and national backgrounds. Contact with students from many countries in the world broadens understanding of other peoples & provides valuable friendships, many of which last a lifetime.
Student Life in Ukraine: Ukraine is a place where studying goes beyond the classrooms. Ukraine gives you chance to enjoy intercultural life and learn from the best of the best and prosper as a globally demanded professional. Student life in Ukraine does not differ a lot from that in other European countries. Universities provide students with books and relevant studying materials. Libraries with computer rooms are also available. Student life in Ukraine is noticeably cheaper than life in other European countries. Studies usually take 80% – 85% of the students’ time. The rest is spent on fun activities and socializing.
Currency: Hryvnya (UAH) = 100 Kopiyok (singular-kopiyka). Notes are in denominations of 200, 100, 50, 10, 5, 2, and 1 hryvnya. Coins are denominated in 50, 25, 10, 5. Foreign currency is readily changed at numerous currency exchanges on the streets or in banks. International ATM cards work in most ATMs.