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MBBS in Ukraine
  • Capital: Kiev
  • Population: 45.49 million
  • Area : 603,550sq km (233,030 sq miles)
  • Major languages : Ukrainian, Russian, Romanian, Polish and Hungarian
  • Major religions : Christianity
  • Life expectancy : 63 years (men), 73 years (women)
  • Currency : Ukrainian Hryvnia (1 USD = 25.12 Ukrainian Hryvnia )
  • Flight time from India: 11hour 40minutes
 
Where is Ukraine?

Ukraine is a sovereign country in Eastern Europe, bordered by Russia to the east and northeast, Belarus to the northwest, Poland and Slovakia to the west, Hungary, Romania, and Moldova to the southwest, and the Black Sea and Sea of Azov to the south and southeast, respectively.

What is the capital of Ukraine?

Kiev is the capital and largest city of Ukraine, located in the north central part of the country on the Dnieper River. Kiev the 8th most populous city in Europe.

Which is the largest city in Ukraine?

The capital of Ukraine, Kiev, is the largest city of the country. Kiev (Kyiv) is a 1500 years old capital of Ukraine and one of the most beautiful ancient cities of Europe. The population of Kiev is 4 million, with over 3 million people living in Kiev temporarily. Kiev is one of the biggest cities in Europe. It is a bustling capital of the Ukraine, its administrative, economic, scientific, cultural and educational center. Kiev is a city of invaluable historical and cultural monuments, a city of great events and outstanding people. Everyone will find there something especially interesting for himself. Kiev is also a scientific and educational center of independent Ukraine. Various universities and science academies including famous Kiev-Mogilyanskaya Academy, which is one of the first scientific establishments in Eastern Europe, are located there. Being the largest city of Ukraine, Kiev is a leading industrial and commercial center of the country. Kiev's major industries include: food processing (especially processing of beet sugar), metallurgy, manufacture of machinery, machine tools, rolling stock, chemicals, building materials, and textiles. The development of Ukrainian economy gave impulse to business activity of the city. There are a lot of new office centers, banks, trade exhibition centers and other commercial enterprises appearing in the city nowadays. Take a walk through the ancient streets of this scenic city, feel its unique beauty and the spirit of its past. For sure your stay in Kiev will become one of your most memorable experiences. The best area of Kiev is downtown (city center). This is where most of places of interest are located. Kiev is divided into two parts by the Dnieper River. Most of places of interest are located on the right bank. Left bank is mostly a residential area.

What is the currency of Ukraine?

The hryvnia, sometimes hryvnya (Ukrainian: гривня, pronounced [ˈɦrɪu̯ɲɑ], abbr.: грн (hrn in Latin alphabet)); sign: ₴, code: UAH), has been the national currency of Ukraine since 2 September 1996. The hryvnia is subdivided into 100 kopiyok. It is named after a measure of weight used in medieval Kievan Rus.

What is the official language of Ukraine?

The official language of Ukraine is Ukrainian, an East Slavic language which is the native language of 67.5% of Ukraine's population. Russian is the native language of 29.6% of Ukraine's population and the rest (2.9%) are native speakers of other languages. Ethnologue lists 40 minority languages and dialects; nearly all are native to the former Soviet Union.

What is the religion of Ukraine?

As of January 1, 2011, Ukraine had 33,977 churches and religious organizations. Today more than 97% of the registered religious communities in Ukraine are Christian. About half of them are Orthodox. The other half is split among Catholics and Protestants. The category of "traditional" (in informal terminology) churches has three major Orthodox jurisdictions, the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, the Roman Catholic Church, the Armenian community, also, to some extent, the communities of Lutherans, Calvinists, Baptists, Pentecostals, and Adventists.

What is the literacy rate of Ukraine ?

According to the statistics compiled by UNICEF, the adult literacy rate of Ukraine is 99.7%.

Who is the political leader of Ukraine?

The president of Ukraine (Ukrainian: Президент України, Prezydent Ukrayiny) is the Ukrainian head of state. The president represents the nation in international relations, administers the foreign political activity of the state, conducts negotiations and concludes international treaties. The president is directly elected by the citizens of Ukraine for a five-year term of office (whether the presidential election is early or scheduled), limited to two terms consecutively.The president's official residence is the Mariyinsky Palace, located in the Pechersk district of the capital Kyiv. Other official residences include the House with Chimaeras and the House of the Weeping Widow, which are used for official visits by foreign representatives. The Presidential Administration of Ukraine, unofficially known as "Bankova" in reference to the street it is located on, serves as the presidential administration, advising the president in the domestic, foreign and legal matters.Since the office's formation on 5 July 1991, there have been five presidents of Ukraine. Leonid Kravchuk was the inaugural president, serving three years from 1991 until his resignation in 1994. Leonid Kuchma was the only president to have served two consecutive terms in office. Both Viktor Yushchenko and Viktor Yanukovych served one term, with the latter being replaced by acting president Oleksandr Turchynov, who then also served as Chairman of the Ukrainian Parliament, on 21 February 2014. Oleksandr Turchynov was the only acting president in Ukraine's modern history. Unlike in the US, where the vice president inherits all powers of the presidency, in Ukraine the powers of an acting president are severely limited. On 18 June 2015, Yanukovych was officially deprived of the title of president of Ukraine. The current president is Petro Poroshenko who took the oath of office on 7 June 2014. The Government of Ukraine utilizes a Semi-presidential system in which the roles of the head of state and head of government are separate, thus the president of Ukraine is not the nation's head of government.[clarification needed] The prime minister serves as the head of government, a role currently filled by Volodymyr Groysman who was appointed to the position in April 2016.

When is the national day of Ukraine celebrated?

Independence Day of Ukraine (Ukrainian: День незалежності України) is the main state holiday in modern Ukraine, celebrated on August 24 in commemoration of the Declaration of Independence of 1991.
The holiday was first celebrated on 16 July 1991, as the first anniversary of the Declaration of State Sovereignty of Ukraine passed by the Verkhovna Rada (Ukraine's parliament) in 1990. Since the Declaration of Independence was issued later, and confirmed by the referendum of 1 December 1991, the date of the holiday was changed.(In December 1991 many Ukrainian Canadians expected that 1 December would become Ukraine's official independence day.)
Beginning in 2004, 23 August is celebrated as the Day of the National Flag.

What is the economy of Ukraine like?

The economy of Ukraine is an emerging free market. Like other post-Soviet states, its gross domestic product fell sharply for 10 years following the collapse the Soviet Union in 1991. However, it grew rapidly from 2000 until 2008 when the Great Recession began worldwide and reached Ukraine as the 2008-2009 Ukrainian financial crisis. The economy recovered in 2010, but since 2013 the Ukrainian economy has been suffering from a severe downturn.The depression during the 1990s included hyperinflation and a fall in economic output to less than half of the GDP of the preceding Ukrainian SSR. GDP growth was recorded for the first time in 2000, and continued for eight years. This growth was halted by the global financial crisis of 2008, but the Ukrainian economy recovered and achieved positive GDP growth in the first quarter of 2010. By October 2013, the Ukrainian economy lapsed into another recession. The previous summer Ukrainian export to Russia was substantially worsened due to stricter border and customs control by Russia. The early 2014 annexation of Crimea by Russia, and the War in Donbass that started in the spring of 2014 severely damaged Ukraine's economy and severely damaged two of the more industrial oblasts. In 2013, Ukraine saw zero growth in GDP.Ukraine's economy shrank by 6.8% in 2014,and this continued with a 12% decline in GDP in 2015. In December 2015, Ukraine declared a moratorium on debt payments to Russia and entered a de facto state of default. As of 11 January 2016, the World Bank states that despite entering default, Ukraine will experience an economic growth rate of 1% in 2016, which if true will end the recession.

Benefits Study MBBS in Kyrgyzstan
  • Medium of Instructions in English.
  • Admission procedure is simple.
  • No entrance examination.
  • Simple Visa process
  • Internationally recognized
  • Low tuition fees and living expenses.
  • Easy access
  • Duration is 5+1
Documents required :-
  • A photocopy of the mark sheet 10th.
  • A photocopy of the mark sheet 12th.
  • A photocopy 12th provisional certificate.
  • A copy of the first and last page of the passport (if ready).
Eligibility:-

He / she must have obtained 50% marks in Physics / Chemistry / Biology / English in the XII

Name of Universities :-
  1. Kirovohrad Medical Institute Donetsk National Medical University
  2. V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University
  3. Sumy state university
  4. Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (Poltava)
University Recognized by :-

WHO, MCI, PLAB, FAIMER, USMLE, European Council

All types of fees :-
  • Duration - 6 years
  • English Medium
  • Tuition Fees start from USD 3500 to 4100
  • Hostel Charges – 1000 USD per year
  • Visa Extension + Medical Insurance + Medical Checkup – 300USD per year
  • Indian Mess available ( breakfast lunch dinner ) - 1200 USD per year
  • Ticket Cost – From Delhi one way Rs 18500/ From Delhi return Rs 32000 Other Expenses 1st year Registration + Admission + Administrative + Certification Charges – 800 USD
Visa Processing Time :-

1 Month

Documents Required for Visa :-

Self attested photocopy of the mark sheet 10th.
Self attested photocopy of the mark sheet 12th.
Original Passport
Photos Required 4
Bank Statement for last 6 months Showing one year fees and living Expenses around Rs 4.5 Lakh

Processing charges

Rs.1.50 to 2.00 lacs towards following services:-
  • Arrange admission
  • Documents appostile
  • Obtaining eligibility certificate from MCI
  • Visa assistance
  • Airport pickup
  • Accommodation assistance
  • One year Medical Insurance
 
   
 
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