Kharkiv is the second largest city in Ukraine and also the second most populated city in Ukraine. It is also the largest scientific center of Ukraine.In the northeast of the country. Kharkiv is located at the banks of the Kharkiv, Lopan, and Udy rivers, where they flow into the Seversky Donets watershed in the north-eastern region of Ukraine.Kharkiv has a large number of green city parks with a long history of more than 100 years. Kharkiv's climate is humid with cold, snowy winters and dry and hot summers.
Kharkiv city is also the industrial hub of Ukraine with large metal working plants and also well established in enterprises like power engineering, electrical industry, chemical industry.
The city is one of the largest transport hub of Ukraine (railways and highways, an international airport offering regular flights to Kyiv, Lviv, Minsk, Baku, Tbilisi, Prague, Warsaw, Dortmund, Paris, Budapest, Tel Aviv, Istanbul, and a number of other cities). From Kharkiv city there are daily trains, busses and flights to the capital city kyiv. Even if Kharkiv have its own International Airport International students depends on Kyiv International Airport due to the rich flight avaibility. From Kyiv it usually takes 6 – 7 hrs for reaching Kharkiv. The distance between the cities is 484 km.
Kharkiv city is rich with Architectural sites such as Museums, Churches, Parks.
|YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT||1805|
|MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION||ENGLISH/ Ukranian will be teached for Patient communication and for local interaction|
|DURATION OF COURSE||6|
|Approved and listed by||WHO, ECFMG, UNICEF, MCI|
|Accomodation facilities||University hostel|
|Currency and exchange rate||
1USD - 27 hrvns
1 Hrvns - 2.8 INR
Winter - 4.6 degree Celsius
Summer- 21.6 degree Celsius
|NEAREST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT||Kharkiv, Kyiv|
|Distance from Capital city||
7 hrs by Bus
The Kharkiv National Medical University was founded in 1805, a decree about its foundation was signed by the Russian Tsar Alexander I. In 1951, the University started training of foreign students. By now, the University has trained more than 3,600 specialists for different countries of the world. In 2007 the University received the National status.
|Year||Tuition Fee||Hostel Fee|
|1st||4800 USD||800 USD-1200 USD|
|2nd||4800 USD||800 USD - 1200 USD|
|3rd||4800 USD||800 USD - 1200 USD|
|4th||4800 USD||800 USD - 1200 USD|
|5th||4800 USD||800 USD - 1200 USD|
|6th||4800 USD||800 USD - 1200 USD|
Kharkiv National Medical University is one of the oldest medical university of Ukraine and is more than 215 year old. It was earlier known as Kharkiv Medical Institute, which further changed to Kharkiv State Medical University. University obtained in National status in the year 2007 and now it is `known as Kharkiv National Medical University.
This historic medical university is well known for its reputation, influence, academic pedigree not only in Ukraine, but also in the World. The prestigious medical degree MD PHYSICIAN awarded by Kharkiv national Medical University is recognized all over the world.. The degree of Kharkiv National Medical University is recognised by the World Health Organization (WHO), the European Federation of Physiological Societies, General Medical Council (UK) and Medical Council of India (MCI).
Kharkiv National Medical University consists of four faculties including Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Pharmacy and Postgraduate. Since 1951 University started teaching foreign students. Students from countries of Europe, Asia , Africa started getting admission in Kharkiv National Medical University from then. At present University have more than 7000 foreign students studying in all faculties.(Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Post Graduation).
University campus has a Museum which was founded in 1968 and is located in the main building of the university. In 2011 the Museum was awarded with the Title THE PERFECT MUSEUM for its significant contribution to the cause of education of young people and students
The medium of instruction of the medical course in Kharkiv National Medical University for International students is in ENGLISH. The students have to learn local language for Patient communication and for the local communication which is also taught while doing the Program. The duration of medical program at Kharkiv National Medical University is 6 years. Usually duration of medical program in all medical Universities in Ukraine is 6 years only.
Once the students reach the University, the student will have to sign a contract with the University before commencement of the MD Course. The tuition fee for the entire course will be same throughout their duration of study and that will be mentioned in the contract. After signing the contract, the students will be divided into small groups. A group will have maximum 12 -14 students.
First three years will be mainly pre clinical subjects like Anatomy, Bio Chemistry, Physiology, Pharmacology, Pathology. From second year students can attend clinical classes where they will be trained in basic nursing practices. Clinical subjects will the starting from third year of study. Students will be visiting hospitals and clinical departments from their third year of study. Kharkiv National Medical University have 45 Clinical departments. University comprises of 9 regional,10 city and 5 departmental medical Hospitals where there is a very good patient inflow. Students can get practical exposure from these hospitals. All the 6 year of study is very important. Students have to pass the KROK Exam which is conducted by Testing Center of Ministry of Health of Ukraine. KROK is divided into two parts i.e. KROK–1 and KROK–2, which students have to clear in third and sixth year representatively. KROK is the medical licensing exam of Ukraine. On completion of course students have to go through the final STATE EXAM
The state final examinations on all the disciplines according to the syllabus are held within one system through 2 stages :
Here is the course description with detailed MBBS syllabus For 6 years of training 13,474 hours out of them:
The Kharkiv National Medical University offers good hostel facilities with fully furnished rooms and is located close to the University. The University have 6 major hostel buildings. Students can opt single, double, three person sharing and 4 person sharing rooms according to the availability. The hostels have 24 hour access to security and emergency services. The hostels are equipped with modern facilities, internet cafes and canteens. All rooms have a study table, chair, wardrobe, bed and pillow.
Students have option of availing canteen food which serves both vegetarian and non- vegetarian food. For those who do not want canteen food can do self cooking. There are areas for playing sports and communication. Rooms are in single, double and triple occupancy and four student occupancy.
The University ranks 2409 out of 11,000 universities in the world. The University takes the 26th general place and the 5th place among higher medical educational establishments of Ukraine in the scientometrical database SCOPUS. It ranks 47th among Ukrainian higher educational establishments by UNESCO“TOP 200 ”. In 2015, the Order of Honour and Silver Diploma by the rating “Golden Fortune” were awarded to the University. KNMU became a laureate of the rating of higher educational establishments “Ukraine-2000”.
In 2001, Silver Diploma by the VII International Rating “Golden Fortune” in the nomination “The Third Millennium Quality” was awarded to the staff of the University.
In 2010, the University won an honorary title “Leader of Modern Education” at the International Exhibition “Modern Education of Ukraine”; in 2011-2012 – “Leader of National Education” at the International Exhibitions “Education and Career - 2011” and “Education and Career - 2012”.
The University is widely recognized in terms of its influence, reputation and academic standard. The University is recognized world over. The University has been producing high class specialists, true professionals in the field.
Apart from theoretical skills practical skills are also incorporated.
Teaching staff includes many national and world subject leaders. The lectures, seminars and practical sessions are through the control system.
You have access to wide ranging resources with latest and modern medical equipments, libraries and computer classes in order to support your studies. The libraray has a huge collection of 10,00,000 books and reading halls.
Once you graduate from KNMU you are very well respected world over.
Studying at this University sharpens your mind and you learn time management skills and equips students for employment opportunities in the Medical field.
Cost of education is affordable.
The University imparts innovative teaching methods and research programs.
Faculty have received many awards and constantly strive for many innovative teaching methods.
The class size is small and hence faculty knows each student well.
The teacher to student ratio is just 1:12 or 1:14
KNMU is a member of the International Association of Universities (under the aegis of UNESCO) since 1998; it is added to the register of medical universities of the World Health Organization (Avicenna Directories).
Each year the workers of the University receive more than 80 patents of Ukraine on inventions and utility models, publish more than 1,400 articles in professional editions. The University takes the 5th place among higher medical educational establishments of Ukraine in the scientometrical database SCOPUS.
Ukrainian student visa is issued through an interview at the Embassy which is based in New Delhi, India. Students need to stay for few days to get the procedure completed.
Documents required are :
The National Testing Agency (NTA) as an independent autonomous testing agency for conducting efficient, transparent and international standard test in order to check the competency of the candidates for admission to Medical Education Institutions in India and abroad.
Minimum Percentage Required – General candidates should score a minimum 50%. Number of Attempts –There is no limit on the number of attempts for NEET. Candidates can appear for the exam as many times as they want.
Qualifying the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is mandatory for students seeking to pursue MBBS courses from foreign medical institutions, the Medical Council of India (MCI) has declared via a public notice on March 8, 2018.
The information, which had already been made public earlier by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) during the time of the release of the NEET notification in February 2018, has now been officially confirmed through the MCI notice. As per the MCI, the existing practice of issuing eligibility certificate to candidates desirous of pursuing MBBS abroad will be done away with from June 1, 2018, onwards and the result of NEET will be treated as the new eligibility certificate from thereon.
The notification clarifies that the new rule has been introduced by the MCI with approval from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. The ‘Screening Tests Regulations 2002’ and ‘Eligibility Requirement for Taking Admissions in an undergraduate medical course in Foreign Medical Institution Regulation, 2002’, which lay down the rules and regulations for candidates seeking to pursue or who already possess MBBS qualification from abroad, have been accordingly amended by the MCI.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the exam conducting body of NEET 2018, has published the MCI notice on its website on March 10, 2018, for the reference of NEET 2018 aspirants.
“Public at large is hereby informed that in terms of Clause 4(2A) of the ‘Screening Test Regulation, 2002’ and Clause 8(iv) of the ‘Eligibility Requirement for Taking Admission in an undergraduate medical course in a Foreign Medical Institution Regulation, 2002’, an India National/Overseas Citizen of India who are desirous for taking admission in MBBS or its equivalent medical course in a medical University/College/Institute outside the country on or after 1st June, 2018 shall have to mandatorily qualify the NEET,” the notice reads. The notice further informs that “the requirement of Eligibility Certificate in respect of such person(s) who would take admission in MBBS or equivalent medical course in a medical university outside the country on or after 1st June, 2018, has been dispensed off. The result of the NEET for admission to MBBS Course shall deem to be treated as Eligibility Certificate for such persons.”
As per the previous MCI regulations, candidates seeking to study MBBS or equivalent medical courses from abroad were required to obtain an eligibility certificate from MCI if they wished to come back to India for practicing medicine. No candidate without an eligibility certificate from MCI was allowed to appear for Foreign Medical Graduate Examination (FMGE) screening test through which Indian nationals with foreign medical qualfications are granted permission to practice in India.
Now, with the introduction of new changes in MCI regulations, the earlier requirement of obtaining eligibility certificate has been dispensed off and NEET qualification status will be treated as the MCI eligibility certificate for a student seeking admission in MBBS abroad.
The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) earlier clarified that this new rule of mandatorily qualifying NEET for admission to MBBS courses in abroad is not applicable to students who are already pursuing MBBS or equivalent degrees from outside India. “Students who have already taken admission under current regulations to pursue primary medical course by taking Eligibility Certificate from MCI are exempted from qualifying NEET”, stated the clarification note released by MoHFW on February 22, 2018.
The new MCI regulations making NEET mandatory for pursuing MBBS abroad will only be applicable to students seeking to pursue MBBS or equivalent qualification from abroad on or after June 1, 2018. Students who are already pursuing or have gotten admission in foreign medical institutions need not worry about qualifying NEET as long as they have the eligibility certificate issued by MCI.
Medical Council of India Screening Test is also known as Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE), conducted by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) in India. The test is one of the mandatory requirements for an Indian citizen who has a medical degree from a college outside India to practice medicine in the country.
This screening test was introduced in 2002 as a qualifying examination for Indian students obtaining their medical degrees from countries other than India. The Medical School should have been listed in the WHO International directory of Medical Schools.
This examination is held twice in year in June and December on the third Monday and Tuesday of the month.
On successful passing of this exam , you get temporary registration from Medical Council of India upon which you can do your internship for a year and then able to practice in India. The preparation for this exam can be availed from mbbsuniveristies.com from the first year itself free of cost. There are a total of 19 subjects and the exams are based on MCQs in three parts- Pre Clinical, Para Clinical and Clinicals.
As per the present scenario the Screening test is going to replaced by NEXT exam, where Indian Medical graduates and Foreign Medical Graduates will have to qualify and this exam will be removing all the discrimination between Indian and Foreign Medical Graduates
Students at Kharkiv National Medical University can attend on campus Coaching for NEXT exam, which will be delivered by the most experienced faculty from India.
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Many Educational Institutions in India and world over are temporarily closed their normal functioning in order to contain COVID 19. This has impacted millions of students all over and has caused a major education crisis presently. This pandemic which began in November 2019 has had a huge global impact on all aspects of life including education. Over a billion students have been unable to go to schools or Universities to stop the spread of the virus. Life had come to a total standstill. But with the advancement of technology and communication on the digital platform there was scope for online classes all over.
In Ukraine especially not even one class was missed during this lockdown period. The shift was from traditional University lectures in the classrooms in the Campus to the virtual classrooms in their hostel rooms. With help of reliable internet the medical students are attending daily classes online with tests on a daily basis. The professors and students communicate, interact and share ideas and clear doubts in the confines of their hostel rooms. During this temporary phase this was the power of online education adopted by the Medical Universities throughout Ukraine. Hence students are advantaged in tests and examinations.
The students are all there to support each other in this crisis. Though being miles apart from their families and parents in their home country they are kept very safe in Ukraine. There has been tremendous support from the University heads and Indian Embassy based in Kiev, Ukraine. They have all taken adequate measures to protect foreign students. Hence students are not home sick even during this crisis.
What truly is significant in Ukraine at this time is the urgent need to save the entire generation of students from this pandemic and hence the Ukrainian government had imposed drastic lockdown measures to contain the spread of this virus.