Ukraine, is a sovereign state in Eastern Europe, bordered by Russia to the east and northeast. A fully independent Ukraine emerged only late in the 20th century. Historically, Ukraine had large Jewish and Polish populations, particularly in the Right Bank region (west of the Dnieper River). Necessary actions were taken after the 2014 crisis in Crimea and eastern Ukraine for safety of International Students studying in Ukraine. Ukraine’s educational legislation places great importance on system of education in Ukraine, it extends right from pre-school to higher education.
Ukraine’s location is one of strategic importance at the crossroads between Europe and Asia. Ukraine shares boundaries with Belarus on the north, Russia on the east, the Black Sea on the south, Romania, Moldova, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland. The most important river in Ukraine is the Dnipro (Dnieper), the third longest river in Europe.
The capital Kiev was given Hero City status by the Soviet Union following its resistance to the Nazis in the Battle of Kiev in 1941. The capital confidently leads among other regions of the country by practically all basic industries. The USA is the main partner of Kyiv – up to 25-27% of the total investments in Kyiv. Today the capital of Ukraine has changed cardinally.
Since Ukraine is geographically located between Europe and Asia, much of its culture exhibits both Eastern and Western influences; additionally, it’s richly embedded in ancient traditions. Ukraine is famous for its tradition of the Easter egg. Christian interpretations of this practice abound, many Ukrainians still believe that the egg has immense power and releases the earth from the restraints of winter.
As one of the largest crossroads in Europe, Ukraine has a diverse array of spoken languages. Of course, Ukraine’s official language is Ukrainian, which is spoken by roughly 67 percent of the population and its moreover like Russian. Foreign students may find the language incredibly difficult to understand or learn, but in the Educational Institute medium of instruction is strictly English for entire course.
Quality of Education:
Ukraine’s education system is known for booming career’s and future development. One of the major tasks for the authorities is to provide top quality education into equal proportion for the Ukraine citizens and International students get their Undergraduate / Post-graduation degrees in the Universities, academies and institutes, that are not only accredited, but also have a special license to teach foreign students
The Ministry of Higher Education and Science of Ukraine controls the quality of educational services given to foreign students. All Universities in Ukraine are recognized by Medical Council of India (MCI), World Health Organization (WHO) and listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools, World Federation for Medical Education (WFME), UNESCO.
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If you miss some of the classes you will have to compensate with extra classes