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STUDY IN UKRAINE

 
 

COUNTRY FACTS

Capital:

Kyiv

Population:

50.000.000

Teritory:

603,700 sq. km

Language:

Ukrainian, Russian, German and English

Border:

Russia, Belarus, Poland, Slovakia,

Countries:

Romania, Moldova

Continent: Europe
 

1. WHY STUDY IN UKRAINE?

SOME MAJOR ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING IN UKRAINE

  • Quality Education.

· Globally Recognized Courses (Europe, UK, USA, Asia, Africa)

· Medical degree recognized by WHO, UNESCO, PLAB(UK), USMLE(USA), throughout EU and Various International Organization

· No Entry Test

· No IELTS or TOEFL required

· Tuition fee paid on arrival

· Cost effective

· European Life Standard

· Worldwide Acceptance of Ukrainian Method of Teaching

· English Medium of Instruction

· Better Job Prospects.

· Emphasis on Practical Aspects in Teaching.

· Moderate Climate around the year

· Outstanding International Faculty

· One of the Best Transportation systems in Europe

· International Students enjoy approximately 30%~ 50% discounts on travel

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

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

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

· Three Months' Summer Jobs during vacation in countries i.e. U.K. , SWEDEN and other E.U. countries

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

· 100% VISA assured to deserving candidates

2. HISTORY OF UKRAINE

First known societies that inhibited the territory of Ukraine, dated 3 century B.C. had developed agriculture. First state unions were established in 1st century B.C. Tribal unions of Slavs of forest-steppe area started to cultivate lands in Dnieper river bed, one of the longest rivers of Eastern Europe, in the 1st century A.D.

By the last quarter of the 9th century the ancient Rus state had been formed with the centre in Kyiv and under the leadership of Rurikovitch dynasty.

Between the two centuries 10-11 Kiev Rus experienced a great development of culture, arts and written languages.
At the end of the 12th century Kiev Rus was split into many small reign areas. As the result the process of the development of education and written language was impeded.

Further development of Ukrainian lands was connected with the history of other countries and made influence on their culture and education. On the other hand, European traditions in education influenced the process of establishment of the first higher school in Kyiv in 1632 Collegium and Lviv University, founded in 1661. Kyiv professors were among the most respected scholars. Many of them were invited to Moscow and Zagorsk and other scientific centers of Russian empire.

The 19th century was marked by the establishment of several universities, that Ukrainian education took pride in. In 1805 a university in Kharkiv was founded (Eastern Ukraine), 1834 in Kyiv, and in 1865 in Odessa. Rapid development of industry, agriculture and trade in Ukraine promoted the system of higher education. Technical and agricultural universities started to appear. Scientific researches were among priorities. The language of education was Russian.

To get education in Ukrainian language became possible only in twenties of the 20th century. The programme of liquidation of mass illiteracy that took place at the period made the education more democratic and accessible.

During the Soviet Union times Ukraine was one of the most developed countries. Its economy demanded a great number of highly qualified specialists for implementation scientific researches results into industry. These demands were met due to a big number of universities and institutes. Ukrainian scientists were the authors of new achievements in the area of air-space technologies, welding, IT, etc.

Success in Ukrainian education drew attention of foreign students. Since 1940 Ukrainian Universities are teaching foreigners. Nowadays, Ukrainian graduates take leading positions in foreign companies including Asia, Africa and Latin America. You can see them among state officers, doctors, engineers.

The end of world confrontation and establishment of Ukraine as an independent state opened new perspectives for Ukrainian education and its integration into the academic world.

Nineties are characterized by deep changes in the national system of education. The changes in structure and content of education started as the result of the development of new marketing relations. Labor market demanded new skill standards. Management, marketing, law, financing and computer engineering were among priorities. At the same time with the state sector private institutions had started to be developed.

Foreign languages such as English, German, French, Spain were the main part of the curriculum, that built favourable conditions for successful preparation to International Language exams. Ukrainian universities take an active part in work of European educational bodies as well as European Association of International Education. Ukraine was one of the countries that signed the convention on the Recognition of Qualifications Concerning Higher Education in Europe (Lisbon, 1997).

In 1999 the Parliament of Ukraine ratified the convention. Bilateral cooperation between Ukrainian and foreign universities is intensively developed. Ukrainian universities are active participants of the European Union Program TEMPUS. Nowadays, popularity of higher education is growing.

3. ADMISSION TO UKRAINIAN UNIVERSITY

Admission to any Ukraine university begins with the receipt of an official admission / invitation letter from the university. A copy of the admission letter is forwarded to the Ukrainian Embassy or consulate in the student's host country. This confirms that the student is

eligible, and has been granted admission to study in the particular Ukraine university.

In order to be eligible and receive admission into Ukraine university, the student will have to meet some criteria.

Sometimes, the student may be required to deposit a part payment of the tuition fees, if the student is self processing the admission. However, students that are referred by reputable agents, usually do not pass through this path, as the agent concerned endorses the student.

Once this step is completed, the student proceeds to process a student visa, if applicable for the student, and prepares for the life changing trip.

On arrival, the student completes the necessary registration requirements and medical check ups. When completed, the university issues a student identification card and hostel entry permit card to the student, which finally completes the admission process to the Ukraine university.

In Ukraine, academic activities in any Ukraine university for a new academic year starts from 1st of September each year. Students that will be studying in English language are expected to have arrived and completed all necessary registrations before this date. However, students that will study in native Ukrainian language, or Russian language are allowed to arrive a bit later for the one year language program, but not later than 15th of November. Sometimes, this may be extended, but it is better to plan on arriving before this date.

Lectures in any Ukraine university are offered in either the native language or English language. For Ukraine nationals, the native language is mandatory. Foreign students have a choice of either the native language or English language. However, although most courses are now offered in English language, there are still some courses not available inEnglish language. In such a situation, the foreign student will have to undergo a one year language program. A separate certificate of proficiency for the language, is awarded to the student, on graduation.

Foreign students studying in any Ukraine university fall into any of below three study programs namely:

• Undergraduate program

• Postgraduate program

• Doctorate program

Most undergraduate programs normally run for a period of four (4) academic years. Medical courses, however, are an exception. Students have a choice of continuing to a Masters degree, on completion of the undergraduate program. The duration will depend on the student's graduation grades, in the undergraduate program.

Postgraduate program is based on completed undergraduate program. Students of the same university almost always

have an automatic offer of a postgraduate continuation, depending on the student's academic performance. For transfer students, they will have to provide authenticated evidence of a completed undergraduate program, including their undergraduate project work, result transcript and the certificate.

 

Students in any Ukraine university normally reside in hostel accommodations provided by the university. The Hostel are usually in close proximity to lecture classes.

Studying in any Ukraine university, the student is expected to be academically active. There is zero tolerance for non-serious students. Missed classes, for whatever reasons, must be compensated with extra hours of work.

Successful admission to any Ukraine university is a step forward towards achieving the academic dreams

of the student, while safeguarding the student's future and that of the family through prospects of a

professional career. It is Rewarding, Safe and Cost Effective.

Start Your Admission Process In Ukraine University Today

4. LIST OF UNIVERSITIES IN UKRAINE

1. CRIMEA STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
2. AZOV REGIONAL INSTITUTE OF ADMINISTRATION
3. BERDYANSK BUSINESS INSTITUTE
4. BILA CERKVA STATE AGRARIAN UNIVERSITY
5. BERDYANSK STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
6. BILOTSERKVA INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE
7. BUCHATSK INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & AUDITING
8. CRIMEAN INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE
9. CRIMEAN INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION & HEALTH RESORT CONSTRUCTION
10. ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT, BUSINESS & LAW
11. CHERNIVCI STATE UNIVERSITY
12. CHERKASY INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
13. CHERKASY STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
14. CHERNIGOV STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
15. CHERNIVTSY INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE
16. CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF UKRAINE
17. CRIMEA STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
18. DONBASS STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
19. DNEPROPETROVSK INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE
20. DNEPROPETROVSK INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
21. DNEPROPETROVSK MINING INSTITUTE
22. DNEPROPETROVSK STATE INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE
23. DNEPROPETROVSK STATE INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL CULTURE
24. DNEPROPETROVSK STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF RAILWAY TRANSPORT
25. DNEPROPETROVSK NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
26. DONETSK INSTITUTE OF COMMERCE
27. DONETSK INSTITUTE OF ECONOMICS & HUMANITIES
28. DONETSK INSTITUTE OF HUMANITIES
29. DONETSK INSTITUTE OF TOURISM
30. DONETSK STATE INSTITUTE OF MUSIC EDUCATION
31. DONETSK BIBLICAL COLLEGE
32. DONETSK BUSINESS INSTITUTE
33. DONETSK EXTRA MURAL INSTITUTE OF ADMINISTRATION
34. DONETSK STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
35. DONETSK NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
36. DNEPROPETROVSK STATE AGRARIAN UNIVERSITY
37. DONETSK STATE UNIVERSITY
38. DONETSK OPEN UNIVERSITY
39. DONBAS INSTITUTE OF MINING & METALLURGY
40. DROGOBYCH STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
41. DROGOBYCH INSTITUTE OF ADMINISTRATION
42. EAST UKRAINIAN STATE UNIVERSITY
43. GLUKHIV STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
44. GORLOVKA STATE INSTITUTE OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES EDUCATION
45. HIGHER MUSIC INSTITUTE
46. HIGHER SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS & BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
47. HIGHER SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS & ADMINISTRATION
48. HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL INSTITUTE
49. INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL OPTICS
50. INSTITUTE OF PYSHOLOGY & MANAGEMENT
51. INSTITUTE OF ECONOMIC ADMINISTRATION & ECONOMIC LAW
52. INSTITUTE OF ECONOMICS & NEW TECHNOLOGIES
53. INSTITUTE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
54. IZMAIL STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
55. IVANO-FRANKOVSK STATE INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE
56. IVANO-FRANKOVSK NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF OIL AND GAS
57. INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
58. INTERNATIONAL SOLOMONOV UNIVERSITY
59. INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
60. INSTITUTE OF ADMINISTRATION & INFORMATION SCIENCE
61. INSTITUTE OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY & PSYCHOGENIC SOCIAL WORK
62. INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE
63. INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STATE & MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATION
64. INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION
65. KOLOMYA FREE COLLEGE OF FINANCE & MANUFACTURING
66. KHARKOV INSTITUTE OF URBAN ADMINISTRATION
67. KHARKOV NATIONAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
68. KHARKOV ACADEMY OF HUMANITIES
69. KHARKOV COLLEGIUMS REGIONAL UNIVERSITY
70. KHARKOV QUALITY UNIVERSITY
71. KHARKOV DOKUCHAYEV INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE
72. KHARKOV HIGHWAY INSTITUTE
73. KHARKOV INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURAL MECHANIZATION & ELECTRIFICATION
74. KHARKOV INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
75. KHARKOV INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & EDUCATION
76. KHARKOV INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING & ECONOMICS
77. KHARKOV INSTITUTE OF LAW
78. KHARKOV INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL CULTURE
79. KHARKOV INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC SERVICE
80. KHARKOV INSTITUTE OF RAILWAY ENGINEERING
81. KARAZIN KHARKIV NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
82. KHARKIV NATIONAL AVIATION UNIVERSITY
83. KHARKIV STATE AUTOMOBILE AND HIGHWAY TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
84. KHARKIV UNIVERSITY OF CONSTRUCTION AND ARCHITECTURE
85. KHARKOV INSTITUTE OF URBAN PLANNING
86. KHARKOV "NATIONAL UKRAINIAN ACADEMY" INSTITUTE OF HUMANITIES
87. KHARKOV STATE INSTITUTE OF ARTS
88. KHARKOV STATE INSTITUTE OF CULTURE
89. KHARKOV STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
90. KHARKOV STATE INSTITUTE OF FINE & INDUSTRIAL ARTS
91. KHARKOV VETERINARY INSTITUTE
92. KHARKOV STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY
93. KHARKOV NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF RADIO ELECTRONICS
94. KHARKOV STATE TRANSPORT TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
95. KHARKOV STATE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE
96. KHARKIV STATE UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS
97. KHARKIV INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT
98. KHARKOV STATE TRANSPORT TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
99. KHERSON STATE PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY
100. KHERSON INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE
101. KHERSON INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE
102. KAMYANETS-PODOLSK INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE
103. KAMYANETS-PODOLSK STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
104. KHMELNITSKY INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS & LAW
105. KHMELNITSKIY INSTITUTE OF ECONOMICS & MANAGEMENT
106. KHMELNITSKIY PRIVATE COLLEGE OF LAW
107. KHMELNITSKIY PRIVATE INSTITUTE OF CONSTRUCTION, MODELING & MANAGEMENT FOR THE SEWING INDUSTRY
108. KHMELNYTSKI UNIVERSITY OF MANAGEMENT AND LAW
109. KHMELNITSKY TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE
110. KIROVOGRAD STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
111. KIROVOGRAD INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURAL MACHINE CONSTRUCTION
112. KOMUNARSK INSTITUTE OF MINING & METALLURGY
113. KRAMATORSK INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE
114. KIEV INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF CIVIL AVIATION
115. KIEV STATE ECONOMIC UNIVERSITY
116. KIEV ECONOMIC INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT
117. KIEV HIGHWAY INSTITUTE
118. KIEV INSTITUTE OF TRADE & ECONOMICS
119. KIEV STATE INSTITUTE OF ART
120. KIEV STATE CONSERVATORY
121. KIEV BUSINESS COLLEGE
122. KIEV THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE
123. KIEV STATE INSTITUTE OF CULTURE
124. KIEV STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
125. KIEV STATE INSTITUTE OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION
126. KIEV STATE INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL CULTURE
127. KIEV STATE INSTITUTE OF THEATER ARTS
128. KIEV TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF LIGHT INDUSTRY
129. KIEV INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF CIVIL AVIATION
130. KIEV NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF CONSTRUCTION AND ARCHITECTURE
131. KIEV NATIONAL ECONOMIC UNIVERSITY
132. KIEV INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
133. KIEV MILITARY INSTITUTE OF CONTROL AND SIGNALS
134. KRIVOY ROG TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
135. KRIVOY ROG INSTITUTE OF MINING
136. KRIVOY ROG STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
137. LUGANSK INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE
138. LUGANSK STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
139. LUGANSK INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE
140. LUGANSK INSTITUTE OF COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION
141. LVIV POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY
142. LVIV THEOLOGICAL ACADEMY
143. LVIV UNIVERSITY OF FORESTRY & WOOD TECHNOLOGY
144. LVIV ACADEMY OF MUSIC
145. LVIV STATE IVAN FRANKO UNIVERSITY
146. LVIV STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
147. LVIV STATE UNIVERSITY
148. LVIV INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE
149. LVIV INSTITUTE OF FOREST TECHNOLOGY
150. LVIV INSTITUTE OF TRADE & ECONOMICS
151. LVIV STATE INSTITUTE OF APPLIED & DECORATIVE ARTS
152. LVIV STATE INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL CULTURE
153. LVIV VETERINARY INSTITUTE
154. MEDICAL INSTITUTE OF THE UKRAINIAN ASSOCIATION OF NATIONAL MEDICINE
155. MARIUPOL INSTITUTE OF METALLURGY
156. MELITOPOL INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURAL MECHANIZATION
157. MELITOPOL STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
158. MAKEIVKA INSTITUTE OF ECONOMICS & HUMANITIES
159. NIKOLAYEV SHIPBUILDING INSTITUTE
160. NIKOLAYEV STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
161. NIKOPOL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, BUSINESS & LAW
162. NIKOPOL ACADEMY OF ADMINISTRATION
163. NIZHIN STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
164. NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY
165. NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF UKRAINE (KIEV POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE)
166. NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF PHARMACY
167. NATIONAL AVIATION UNIVERSITY
168. NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY
169. NATIONAL MINING UNIVERSITY OF UKRAINE
170. NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF THEATRE ARTS
171. NATIONAL ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT
172. NATIONAL MINING UNIVERSITY OF UKRAINE
173. NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF UKRAINE
174. NATIONAL PIROGOV MEMORIAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
175. NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF AUTOMOBILE & ROADS DEVELOPMENT
176. NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF WATER MANAGEMENT & NATURAL RESOURCES
177. ODESSA NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
178. ODESSA STATE MARINE UNIVERSITY
179. ODESSA NATIONAL ACADEMY OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS
180. ODESSA STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
181. ODESSA INSTITUTE OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS
182. ODESSA INSTITUTE OF HYDRO-METEOROLOGY
183. ODESSA INSTITUTE OF LOW-TEMPERATURE TECHNOLOGY & ENERGETIC
184. ODESSA INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS & LAW OF THE ODESSA OPEN UNIVERSITY
185. ODESSA INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
186. ODESSA INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE
187. ODESSA INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE
188. ODESSA TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF NUTRITION
189. ODESSA INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ODESSA INSTITUTE OF ADMINISTRATION
190. ODESSA COOPERATIVE MUSIC COLLEGE
191. ODESSA STATE CONSERVATORY
192. ODESSA STATE UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS
193. ODESSA I.I. MECNIKOV STATE UNIVERSITY
194. ODESSA STATE MARITIME ACADEMY
195. ODESSA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY
196. POLTAVA COOPERATIVE INSTITUTE
197. POLTAVA INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE
198. POLTAVA INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
199. POLTAVA STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
200. POLTAVA STATE INSTITUTE OF STOMATOLOGY
201. POLTAVA STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
202. PODILYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
203. PRECARPATHIAN UNIVERSITY
204. RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF THE KHARKOV STATE UNIVERSITY OF CONTEMPORARY & NEW SPECIALIZATIONS
205. ROVNO STATE INSTITUTE OF CULTURE
206. ROVNO STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
207. SEVASTOPOL INSTITUTE OF INSTRUMENT MAKING
208. SLAVYANSK STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
209. SLAVIC INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ADMINISTRATION, BUSINESS & LAW
210. SLAVIC CENTER OF THE UKRAINIAN CULTURE ADMINISTRATION
211. SLAVIC INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
212. SUMY INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE
213. SUMY INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS & TECHNOLOGY
214. SUMY STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
215. SUMY STATE UNIVERSITY
216. SEVASTOPOL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF NUCLEAR ENERGY & INDUSTRY
217. SIMFEROPOL STATE UNIVERSITY
218. STATE AERONAUTICAL ACADEMY
219. STATE ACADEMY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
220. STATE UNIVERSITY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING & ARCHITECTURE
221. STATE ACADEMY OF MUSIC
222. STATE ACADEMY OF REFRIGERATION
223. TERNOPIL NATIONAL PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY
224. TERNOPIL STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
225. TAVRIYA BUSINESS COLLEGE
226. TARAS SHEVCHENKO UNIVERSITY OF KIEV
227. UMAN INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE
228. UMAN STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
229. UKRAINIAN ACADEMY OF PHARMACY
230. UKRAINIAN STATE CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY
231. UKRAINIAN STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
232. UKRAINIAN STATE UNIVERSITY OF FOOD TECHNOLOGIES
233. UKRAINIAN EXTRA MURAL POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE
234. UKRAINIAN-FINNISH INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS
235. UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE
236. UKRAINIAN POLYGRAPH INSTITUTE
237. UKRAINIAN STATE METALLURGICAL ACADEMY
238. UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE OF WATER MANAGEMENT
239. UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE OF ADMINISTRATION, BUSINESS & PSYCHOLOGY
240. UKRAINIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE
241. UKRAINIAN STATE ACADEMY OF PRINTING TECHNOLOGIES
242. UKRAINIAN ACADEMY OF PHARMACY
243. UKRAINIAN STATE MARINE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
244. UKRAINIAN STATE UNIVERSITY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
245. UKRAINIAN STATE MEDICAL & STOMATOLOGICAL ACADEMY
246. UNIVERSITY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS
247. UZHGOROD STATE UNIVERSITY
248. VINNITSA COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT
249. VINNYTSA INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE
250. VINNITSA STATE M.I. PYROGOV MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
251. VINNITSA STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
252. VOLYN STATE UNIVERSITY
253. ZAPORIZHE STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
254. ZAPORIZHE STATE UNIVERSITY
255. ZAPORIZHE INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE
256. ZAPORIZHE INSTITUTE OF MACHINE CONSTRUCTION
257. ZAPORIZHE INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE
258. ZAPAROZHE STATE ENGINEERING ACADEMY
259. ZAPAROZHE STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
260. ZHYTOMIR STATE INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
261. ZHYTOMIR INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE
262. ZHYTOMIR INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS & CONTEMPORARY TECHNOLOGIES

5. AVAILABLE FACULTIES AND COURSES

Courses available for study in Ukraine universities are very extensive. We will not exhaust the list of all the courses

available to study. The most popular courses amongst foreign students will be grouped in faculties. If, however, you

require information on specific course, not listed here, please send us a mail and we will address that specifically for you.

The available faculties fall into the following categories:

• Engineering Faculty
• Medical Faculty
• Social Sciences
• Sciences and Mathematics

Medical Faculty
• General Medicine
• Pharmacy
• Dentistry
• Nursing

Engineering
• Marine Engineering
• Mining
• Electrical and Electronics
• Mechanical Engineering
• Civil Engineering
• Aviation and Computer Engineering

Sciences
• Mathematics
• Computer Science
• Computer Systems and Networks
• Applied mathematics and Information

Social Sciences and Business Administration
• Economics
• Management
• Finance
• Accounting
• Marketing
• Accounts
• Business Administration

The courses above represent the popular choice courses by foreign students studying in Ukraine. Please, for inquiries on courses not listed here, do send us a mail, and we will attend specifically to the particular course. Also check the sections on required documents, and How to apply for more information

Tuition Fee for Engineering courses $2500-$2800

Tuition Fee for Medical Courses $3000- $4200

Tuition Fee for Management/Social Science Courses $2200-$2500

6. LIVING COST

In order to live comfortably while you are in all over the Ukraine , the student will need to have about $100 to $150 per month available for living costs, above the cost of your tuition. The cost of living is cheaper, lot more than other European cities. It is difficult to give a precise figure because of differences in the student lifestyle.

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

 

BOOKS
The text books are provided by University Library.


CLOTHING
A good Jeans costs 10-20$US, Shirts cost 5-10$US, T-Shirts cost 3-10US$


FOOD
Food here in Ukraine is very cheap for example; in 1US$ the student can buy 4 Kg of POTATOES, or 4 KG of ONIONS or 3 liter of milk etc. Milk products are very cheap also.


TRAVEL IN THE CITY
The students' Travel Pass on Government Transport (Subway Trains, electric Busses) is issued by Universities & costs only 5US$ in a month.


TRAVEL AROUND THE COUNTRY
The students are given a concession of 50% from the normal price of Ticket in Trains, Buses etc.


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

7. REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

The requirements to study in Ukraine is divided into Four categories namely:

Admission Requirements
Visa Requirements
Travel Requirements
University Registration Requirements

Admission Requirements:

this refers to the documents required to qualify for university admission / invitation letter. They are:

• A scanned copy of your valid international passport(Data Page)

• A scanned copy of secondary school O-level result(Minimum of 5 credits)

Suplimentary Admission for Postgraduate students

•A scanned Copy of the Bachelor's / Master's Certificate as applicable

• University Transcripts

Visa Requirements:

• A valid international passport

• original admission / invitation letter from the university

• A confirmation letter to the Ukrainian consulate in your country from the university

• Health insurance certificate that is valid in the ukraine

• Medical fitness certificate, including HIV certificate

• Other in-house requirements specified by the Ukrainian consulate in your country.

Once every thing is in place, the embassy will issue you a study visa. The study visa duration is usually not long, so

be sure to use it while it is valid. Now, it is time for your travel requirements.

Travel Requirements:

• A valid passport with Visa

University Registration Requirements:

• Original copies of all the documents listed above and Notarized Translated Copies

• In-house medical / health examination

• 6 - 8 copies of passport sized photographs, dimensions (3 x 4)cm

• A medical fitness certificate

8. HOW TO APPLY

Basic steps for Admission
 
STEP 1: INVITATION LETTER
To get your admission/invitation letter, send the following documents to us:
  • Scanned Copy of your valid International passport(data Page)
  • Scanned Copy of your O-level result( Minimium of 5 credits in not more than two sittings)

Applicant will be required to pay for Invitation letter of study + Visa support letter and Courier service = $400. Only eligible student are required to pay this amount to Ambassadors Global Network Ltd for admission procurement, When your payment has been confirmed by us, your document will be submitted to the designated University that offer your chosen course of study.

 

When your Invitation letter of study is ready it shall be forwarded to you by courier post. Visa support letter and copy of your Invitation letter of study shall be sent to the embassy for the confirmation of your visa processing

 

 
  • Invitation Letter fee for Masters and PhD level: Invitation letter $400, Courier Charges $100. Total: $500

You can send us the documents by Emails. You can transfer payment to us by bank transfer or by western Union/Money Gram or any available payment method. After receiving documents and payment.we shall send you the Invitation Letter and visa support letter.

STEP 2: VISA

After getting invitation letter from students should contact to nearest Ukraine Embassy or Consulate . He/she should apply to Ukraine embassy with the following documents:
  • Original Invitation letter
  • Original international passport (valid for one year)
  • Higher Secondary School certificate (translated into Ukrainian language)
  • Bachelor Degree (For Master Level students)(translated into Ukrainian language)
  • Masters Degree (For PhD Level students)(translated into Ukrainian language)
  • Transcripts (For Masters and PhD students)
  • Birth Certificate (translated into Ukrainian language)
  • Medical Certificate showing absence of Aids/HIV (translated into Ukrainian language)
  • Medical Certificate showing physical and mental fitness (translated into Ukrainian language)
  • 8 Passport size Photos
STEP 3: ARRIVAL

After getting visa from Ukraine embassy or Consulate, students must inform us about his/her flight details with date and arrival time at least 3 days prior to arrival. One of our representative shall receive the student at the airport.

9. USEFUL INFORMATION

In order to live comfortably while in Ukraine , the student will need to have about $100 to $150 per month available for upkeep. The cost of living is cheaper, lot more than other European cities. It is difficult to give a precise figure because of differences in the student lifestyle.

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

BOOKS
The text books are provided by University Library.

CLOTHING
A good Jeans costs 10-20$US, Shirts cost 5-10$US, T-Shirts cost 3-10US$

FOOD
Food here in Ukraine is very cheap for example; in 1US$ the student can buy 4 Kg of POTATOES, or 4 KG of ONIONS or 3 liter of milk etc. Milk products are very cheap also.

TRAVEL IN THE CITY
The students' Travel Pass on Government Transport (Subway Trains, electric Busses) is issued by Universities & costs only 5US$ in a month.

TRAVEL AROUND THE COUNTRY
The students are given a concession of 50% from the normal price of Ticket in Trains, Buses etc.

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

The population is fifty millions.

Territory 603,700 sq. km

Borders are with Russia, Belarus, Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Moldova.
Capital Kyiv (Kiev).
The territorial divisions are 24 regions.
State language is Ukrainian, Russian language is widely spoken.

Ukraine is a president / parliamentary republic with the authority divided between The President (Head of the executive power), Verkhovna Rada (Legislative power, Parliament) and court system. Political life is characterized by a great number of political parties. The main law is Constitution adopted in 1997.

Review of History

First known societies that inhibited the territory of Ukraine, dated 3 century B.C. had developed agriculture. First state unions were established in 1st century B.C. Tribal unions of Slavs of forest-steppe area started to cultivate lands in Dnieper river bed, one of the longest rivers of Eastern Europe, in the 1st century A.D.

By the last quarter of the 9th century the ancient Rus state had been formed with the centre in Kyiv and under the leadership of Rurikovitch dynasty.

Between the two centuries 10-11 Kiev Rus experienced a great development of culture, arts and written languages.
At the end of the 12th century Kiev Rus was split into many small reign areas. As the result the process of the development of education and written language was impeded.

Further development of Ukrainian lands was connected with the history of other countries and made influence on their culture and education. On the other hand, European traditions in education influenced the process of establishment of the first higher school in Kyiv in 1632 Collegium and Lviv University, founded in 1661. Kyiv professors were among the most respected scholars. Many of them were invited to Moscow and Zagorsk and other scientific centers of Russian empire.

The 19th century was marked by the establishment of several universities, that Ukrainian education took pride in. In 1805 a university in Kharkiv was founded (Eastern Ukraine), 1834 in Kyiv, and in 1865 in Odessa. Rapid development of industry, agriculture and trade in Ukraine promoted the system of higher education. Technical and agricultural universities started to appear. Scientific researches were among priorities. The language of education was Russian.

To get education in Ukrainian language became possible only in twenties of the 20th century. The programme of liquidation of mass illiteracy that took place at the period made the education more democratic and accessible.

During the Soviet Union times Ukraine was one of the most developed countries. Its economy demanded a great number of highly qualified specialists for implementation scientific researches results into industry. These demands were met due to a big number of universities and institutes. Ukrainian scientists were the authors of new achievements in the area of air-space technologies, welding, IT, etc.

Success in Ukrainian education drew attention of foreign students. Since 1940 Ukrainian Universities are teaching foreigners. Nowadays, Ukrainian graduates take leading positions in foreign companies including Asia, Africa and Latin America. You can see them among state officers, doctors, engineers.

The end of world confrontation and establishment of Ukraine as an independent state opened new perspectives for Ukrainian education and its integration into the academic world.

Nineties are characterized by deep changes in the national system of education. The changes in structure and content of education started as the result of the development of new marketing relations. Labor market demanded new skill standards. Management, marketing, law, financing and computer engineering were among priorities. At the same time with the state sector private institutions had started to be developed.

Foreign languages such as English, German, French, Spain were the main part of the curriculum, that built favourable conditions for successful preparation to International Language exams. Ukrainian universities take an active part in work of European educational bodies as well as European Association of International Education. Ukraine was one of the countries that signed the convention on the Recognition of Qualifications Concerning Higher Education in Europe (Lisbon, 1997).

In 1999 the Parliament of Ukraine ratified the convention. Bilateral cooperation between Ukrainian and foreign universities is intensively developed. Ukrainian universities are active participants of the European Union Program TEMPUS. Nowadays, popularity of higher education is growing.

System of Education

The system of education provides good quality and is well developed.

One of the most important tasks for central and local authorities is to give equal possibilities in getting top quality education for all citizens of Ukraine.

The table on page 9 represents the structure of education.

In the area of education and upbringing are involved 7% of Ukrainian professionals who teach 11 million students (22% of the population).

There are 18400 institutions for pre-school preparation. According to the Constitution secondary school takes the central part in the system and is free and quite accessible. 7 mln. students attend 21900 schools. Private sector in secondary education is insignificant. Totally, there are 200 private schools (1% of all the amount of students).

Transition of secondary school from 10 (11) to 12 level system, according to European standards, is taking place now. Moreover, there is no difference in content of Ukrainian (post-soviet) secondary education from standards of secondary school of other European countries.

You can take vocational education in 1003 technical institutions (utchilische) on the base of lower secondary education and upper secondary education. In Ukrainian system of Education College of Further Education (tekhnikum) refers to the lower part of higher education.

Higher Education Having more than 1 million, student institutions of higher education in Ukraine form a system which considers to be one of the biggest in the world. In Ukraine you can get higher education in universities (academies, institutes) accredited on 3-4th level. After 4 years of studying you can get Bachelor degree, 5 years is for specialists, five and a half or 6 years Masters Degree. Among all the enumerated degrees Specialist is the most popular.

You become a student of a university according the results of entrance exams in July August. The academic year beginning on the 1st of September lasts up to the end of July and consists of two terms. All the students go on holidays between two terms: the first term (September - January) and the second one (February - June). Summer holidays last for two months. At the end of each term the student takes 3 or 5 examinations and 3 or 5 tests. Successful pass of examinations and tests guarantees the possibility of getting to the second term. Students have classes everyday but for weekends. They attend lectures, tutorials, work with materials in libraries and resource centers.

Higher education course includes work placement, when students have the possibility to gain experience. Recognition of qualification gained is the priority of the state. In case of successful graduation of a university students get the

Diploma no matter what form of property it refers to. The transcript of the subject list with marks is attached to the Diploma. Although the state guarantees the conformity to standards of qualification, the employer takes into consideration how authoritative the university is.Today, you can get the education in 313 universities, academies and institutes of Ukraine of 3-4th level of accreditation. Among them there are 220 state institutions, 93- non state. 54,9 % of state universities students get free education.

International Students

International students get their higher education in universities, academies and institutes that are not only accredited, but also have a special license to teach foreign students. All the universities from this Guide possess the license. The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine controls the quality of educational services done to foreign students.

International students start their studying with foundation year.

It includes a course of Ukrainian (Russian) language and some of the comprehensive subjects according to the future profession. Further education is continuing together with Ukrainian students. ( English medium is also available however)

Accommodation

International students live in university hostels. There are various types of hostels. It is also possible to live in Ukrainian families or to rent a flat.

Money

National currency is Hryvnia (UHR). 1 USD = 8 UHR

You can change foreign currency in banks, kiosks, in the international airport. In the airport the currency rate is the same as in other places.

Payment for purchasing and services is done in hryvnias. Nevertheless, some companies take payments in USD.

You can use credit cards of international payment systems. They can be used in many of the shops, hotels, transport companies, clubs and restaurants. In cities the net of exchange machines is well developed including the most popular among students that of AVAL bank. This bank is often used to open the account for international students.

Here you can save money both in foreign currency and Ukrainian hryvnia. Departments of the bank are situated in many regions of the country. It makes it easier to transfer money through the Western Union.

Holidays

New Year 1st of January
Orthodox Christmas 7th of January
International Women Day 8th of March
Orthodox Easter
Labor Day 1st of May
Victory Day 9th of May
Trinity Sunday
Constitution Day 28th of June
Day of Independence 24th of August
Communications

UKRTELECOM Company, the sponsor of the Guide, provides excellent telephone communications both in Ukraine and all over the world.

Most of the universities provide access to Internet for their students. There are also a lot of Internet- cafes.
You can use services of fast mail, represented by DHL, Federal Express, UPS, TNT and other companies.

Medical Service
Most of the State Universities provide free medical service in students' hospitals. Students can also go to state and private hospitals, where medical service is to be paid.

Service of the ambulance is free.

Climate

Climate is mostly continental. The average temperature in January is 1C, in November +5C, in July +22C.

Transport

The international airport of Borispol is the air gate of the country, 36 km from Kiev. To get from the airport to Kiev you can take a taxi, shuttle-bus, bus. You can also order pick up service in the university.
Besides Borispol airport you can take international flights from Simferopol, Odessa, Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk. International railway connections are with Bulgaria, Check, Slovak, Germany and Poland. International bus routes are from Poland, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, and Germany by ship you can get from Turkey.

Ukraine has a well developed transportation system. So there will no problems to get to any part of the country. You can travel all over the country by train or bus. The fare for distance 500 km is about US$12-15. Tickets on train you can buy in advance either at the railway station or in the city. On the day of departure a ticket can be bought on the station only.

For air travel within the country you can buy tickets from the local companies. Flight cost at distance 500 km is about US$50.

Local transport includes buses, trolleybuses, trams, taxis. The fare is US$0.15. You can buy tickets from the conductor or in yellow kiosks at stops.

The fare for taxi is $US1 + US$0.20 per 1 km.

In Kyiv, Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk you can take SUBWAY, paying at the entrance a ticket of US$0.12 (without time and destination limits).
During warm period a water transport is quite comfortable: on the Dnieper river or by the Black sea.

Electricity

The standard electrical currency throughout Ukraine is 220 volts.
Some outlets operate on 127 volts, but these are very rare. You may need a converter as well as an Eastern European plug adapter if you are bringing electrical appliances. You should be aware that there are frequent power surges, and other irregularities in the electrical supply. You may want to consider brining a surge protector.

Food

Ukraine is a big agricultural country with different cooking traditions.
Different food can be bought in shops, supermarkets, agricultural markets. Cafeterias, restaurants and fast food restaurants propose different cuisine. Indian and Pakistani mess is available.

Send your scan
document copy of Your

a) International passport
b) O,level result
c) Birth certificate

for masters
include
d)university transcript

 

Questions Students Ask

Are Ukrainian degrees valued globally
Yes, they are valued and recognized globally.
What is the cost of living in Ukraine
This depends on the student's spending habit. Generally, a budget of anywhere from $120 - $150 will be adequate for a student's average monthly upkeep. However, students on special diet or special requirements might require a
Is Admission guarantee
Yes admission is guarantee, if only you meet the general admission requirement on our website.
Can we pay the tuition fee in installments? Do we need to pay for books
Yes, you can pay the fee in installments, starting from the second year, books are included in the Tuition fee
What is the duration of the program in Ukraine? and what is the language used in Ukraine
The duration varies between 4 - 6 years depending upon the course of study. Engineering and Social Sconce course duration are 4 years. The languages used are English, Ukraine or Russia language
What kinds of degrees can I study in Ukraine
There are many courses to apply, either in Russian or English medium of instruction.
Is TOEFL and similar language tests mandatory for admission purposes
For students from English speaking country, this is not mandatory. However, students without English knowledge study in the native Ukrainian or Russian language. They are however, tested for knowledge of the native language at the end of the one year language learning program. This is specially organized to teach the students the basic native language and other related subjects as it relates to their chosen discipline.

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