V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University
V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University with its over 200-year history is a leading Research and Educational Institution in Ukraine.
In the “Top-200 Ukraine” rating conducted by the UNESCO Chair for 2009 Kharkiv University ranks third among all Ukrainian Higher Educational Institutions. According to Scopus, the world’s largest abstract and citation database, the University holds the third position among Ukrainian Research and Educational Institutions by the number of articles published in the leading international scientific publications.
Today the University has 20 Schools and 125 Departments which provide training for specialists in 61 majors. The University also comprises 3 Research Institutes (of Astronomy, Biology and Chemistry), Central Scientific Library with over 3.5 million books in its stocks, Botanical Garden, University History Museum, Museum of Natural History, Museum of Archeology and Ethnography. All University Schools, Center for International Students Training and Pre-Enrolment Training Center provide teaching for 15 000 students and 500 postgraduate students. The University employs for teaching and research 308 Doctors of Sciences and Doctors of Letters, full professors and about 800 PhDs, associate professors including 15 academicians and corresponding members of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and Sectoral Academies.
The University is distinguished by its 24 internationally-recognized scientific schools and it has the biggest potential and base for training high skilled personnel in the Left-Bank Ukraine. The University has over 20 Expert and Senior Expert Examining Boards where 10-15 Doctorate and about 60 PhD theses are defended annually. Every year University scientists publish over 60 textbooks and 300 manuals, about 60 monographs and over 80 issues of the University Bulletin and other journals, about 2500 scientific articles and abstracts, including over 400 articles in leading international scientific journals. Annually the University holds more than 150 international and national conferences on research and teaching methods.
The University also promotes versatile, close and fruitful cooperation with Research Institutes of the National Academy of Sciences and Sectoral Academies of Ukraine, continues to establish and strengthen contacts with sectoral research institutes and enterprises. Within Research Institutes of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine there were created 17 branches of the University departments. In cooperation with the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine the University opened The School of Physics and Energy.
The University boasts its wide international recognition as one of the initiators of signing the Magna Charta Universitatum (Bologna, 1998), a co-founder of the Eurasian Universities Association, an active participant of International Association of Universities and European University Association, a training center for about 1500 international students, postgraduate and doctorate students for 50 countries of the world, and a partner in research and educational cooperation with more than 100 universities and other organizations all over the world.
- Medical Faculty №1(Training doctors with the specialty ‘medicine business’)
- Medical Faculty №2 (Training doctors with the specialty ‘medicine business’)
- Medical Faculty №3 (Training doctors with the specialty ‘pediatrics’)
- Medical Faculty №4 (Training doctors with the specialty ‘medical and preventative care’)
- Dental Faculty
- Pharmaceutical Faculty
- Medical Psychology Faculty
- Faculty for Training of Doctors for the Armed Forces of Ukraine
- Medical Engineering Faculty
- Faculty on training foreign citizens
- Faculty for Advance Training
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|4200 USD (1st year)
|3000 USD (2nd to 6th Year)
Academic staff of NMU is one of the strongest in highest medical school of Ukraine. It combines 80 departments where more than 1200 lecturers work. Among them there are 140 professors, 189 doctors of science, 338 assistant professors and 720 candidates of science, more than 200 academicians and corresponding members of NAS, AMS, APS of Ukraine, laureates of State Prize of Ukraine, honorary workers of science and technology, workers of education and doctors, as well as inventors of Ukraine. Medium of Instructions are English, Ukrainian and Russian.
Total 7 hostel buildings, 12 student canteens and cafeteria, sport complex, sanatorium-prevantorium per 75 places and recreation center are there in the campus area.
Library and Research
The Kyiv National Medical University library accounts for more than 700,000 units of scientific literature including electronic database supply and 2 computer reading halls with internet access.
Bogomolets National Medical University presented its 22 Departments, patent and license division and the Institute of Immunology and Allergology within its exposition at Medical Forum – 2009. The results of the NMU scientific researchers have been awarded with 43 diplomas. NMU has been declared a winner and decorated with the golden medal, awarded in category “Integration of Science and Education – necessary condition for improved quality of specialists’ training at higher education institutions” of ХІІ International Exhibition of Educational Institutions “Contemporary Education in Ukraine – 2009” (25-27.02.2009, Kyiv) and confirmed its honorary title of “Leader in development of modern means of education”.
Student Life In University
Student’s academic process at NMU is carried out in the different classrooms classes (lectures, laboratory, practical, seminar classes, consultations), exercising of individual tasks, students' individual work, practical trainings and control measures. The students of medical university are granted with advantages and social privileges within authorities of higher school at the expense of own assets, assets from Ministry of health care and Ministry of education and science of Ukraine, charitable national and foreign funds, local budgets, assets from establishments, enterprises, organizations, firms, some citizens, legal and natural entities of Ukraine and abroad, for achievement of high indices in study and performance of scientific research and public activity:
- Assignment of scholarships from President, Verkhovna Rada, Cabinet of Ministers, Kyiv city state administration, Scientific council of NMU, personal scholarships by famous scientists, charitable national and foreign funds;
- Granting with prizes from Kyiv city state administration, Students’ trade union association in c. Kyiv, Kyiv city council of trade union for employees of health care and from rector’s fund and trade union’s fund;
- Granting with free and privileged permits from trade union of students to visit sport recreation camps, boarding houses, rest houses;
- Awarding with Honorary letter of commendation, letter of commendation, declaring the appreciation with introduction into personal case;
- Granting with free tickets to visit theatres, concerts, other cultural educational establishments at the expense of trade union’s assets;
- Priority right on distribution to postgraduate study, magistracy, clinical residency and choice for employment;
- Sending to probation abroad;
- Including into “Golden honorary book” of the University.
Student’s classroom hours are determined by the number of accounting units of time which are allotted for curriculum and training programs at this level of educational qualification. It includes:
- Training period for the relevant educational level
- Academic year and training course
- Academic semester
- Academic week
- Academic day
- Independent work
- Examinations period
- Practical training
The academic year at the NMU lasts 12 months, starting since September 1.During one academic year the student studies at the appropriate training course. The duration of student stay on the course includes the 1st and 2nd academic semester, final control, practical training (if it is provided by the curriculum) and holidays. Finishing the study at certain course (semester) by student is executed by the order of the Rector about his/her transfer to the next course (assuming full implementation of the curriculum and training programs on the disciplines by the student).Saturday and Sunday are days off. Training sessions lasts 2 or 3 academic hours (the duration of an academic hour is 45 minutes) at strip form of timetable, 4-6 academic hours if the timetable form is cyclic.
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