Why Choose Ukrainian Medical Universities?
- Ukraine boasts some of the finest medical universities in Europe, offering degrees with international accreditation that are recognised worldwide.
- Studying medicine at a Ukrainian university will allow you to enjoy a lucrative career in medicine for quite a reasonable price and cost of living.
- Join fellow students from countries such as the UK, India, Germany and more as you work towards your degree.
- Graduate entry is available to graduates of a science-related field.
- Reap the personal and financial benefits with a career in medicine as you work every day to improve people’s health.
+How much are the programmes?
- Tuition fees for studying medicine at dentistry at Ukrainian universities is as follows:
- Each programme is taught entirely through English and lasts for 6 years.
|Medical University||Programme (English)||Enrollment||Tuition Fees per Year (£)|
|Kiev Medical University||Medicine / Dentistry||October||2,600/2,800|
|Sumy State University||Medicine||October||2,600|
+How are the courses taught?
- The initial years are dedicated to pre-clinical subjects and eventually move on to clinical subjects.
- Programmes are taught through a variety of formats including: lectures, class-based learning, labs, workshops, seminars and consultations.
- The academic staff is made up of distinguished professors and scientists of an international research calibre.
+Am I eligible for admission?
- Both EU and non-EU students can apply for the medicine and dentistry programmes at Ukrainian medical universities.
+Is funding available?
- Please note that Study Medicine Europe does not offer a student loan service, however our team is always looking for new funding options for university students in Ukraine.
- To find out more about student loans in Ukraine, contact Study Medicine Europe, we will keep you up-to-date with all the latest developments changes regarding student loans.
+When are the deadlines?
- For EU & non-EU countries exempted from requiring a visa, the deadline is at end of October.
- Candidates from other EU countries with no visa exemption will need to submit their application at least a month prior to the deadline, as it can take up to a month for a student visa to be issued.
- The academic year consists of two semesters. The first semester stretches from September until January and the second semester goes from February until July.
- The timetable for the academic year will be structured similarly to the below.
|Winter Break||Late January||End February|
|Exams||January||Late January||Semester Two|
|Summer Break||Early June||Early September|
|Exams||Late June||July||Summer Vacation / Summer Training Practice|
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