Kharkiv National Medical University
The Kharkiv national medical university is a medical university located in Kharkiv. It was earlier known as the Kharkiv State Medical University. The university was founded in the year 1805, and it was established under the sanction of Alexander the First, the then Tsar of Russia. The university is also decorated with a medical museum which has fine specimens of medical advancement over the ages. It has a huge campus and a number of hostels to support its student life. It has 65 departments that are dedicated to creating quality medical professionals in Ukraine and around the world.
Following are the landmark features of the university:
7 faculties, Medical College, Central Research Labs, 4 Research labs, Medical Centre & Research Institute for Post Grad Students The university has many foreign partners in the Russian Federation, Lithuania, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Tajikistan, and Turkey among others.
The University is recognised by:
Avicenna Directory, World Health Organisation, Medical Council of India & Ministry of Education and Sciences, Ukraine, among others. The university is also the alma mater of Alexander E. Braunstein, who is credited with the discovery of vitamin B6. The course duration for General Medicine is 6 years after which the student can choose to continue his higher education and practise in Ukraine or move to other parts of Europe and the world to experience newer pastures.
|NAME OF UNIVERSITY||CITY||ESTD.||1ST YEAR FEES||2ND – 6TH YEAR FEES||TOTAL FEE IN USD (IN INR)|
|KHARKIV NATIONAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY||KHARKIV||1805||USD 6,300||USD 5,000||USD 31,300 (INR 20,34,000)|