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International students

International students

The International student’s department at Kharkiv National Medical University (KNMU) was established by the University as part of its commitment to the internationalization of its programmes and activities. The International student’s department provides a facility and service for the support of foreign students. The Centre comprises a small staff group who network with the University’s Academic Departments, Corporate and Student Services.

The International student’s department of Kharkiv National Medical University (KNMU) provides course advice for potential students, assists with the admission and enrolment of international students and provides ongoing academic, cultural, social and personal support for international students. Whether inquiries are of an educational, personal, legal, social, cultural or financial nature, somebody will be able to assist.

The International student’s department is the focal point for international students. The International student’s department can advise on all matters relating to the application, accommodation, admission, fees, immigration, arrival services, orientation and advice on visa requirements, medical insurance, and general concerns. This means providing course information, processing your admission application as efficiently as possible and giving advice on living and studying in Kharkiv. The International Marketing department is responsible for coordinating the promotion of the University and its courses overseas.

The International student’s department was established by the University as part of its commitment to the internationalization of its programmers and activities. The International student’s department provides a facility and service for the support of foreign students. The International student’s department comprises a small staff group who network with the University’s Academic Departments, Corporate and Student Services The International student’s department provides course advice for potential students, assists with the admission and enrolment of international students and provides ongoing academic, cultural, social and personal support for international students. Whether inquiries are of an educational, personal, legal, social, cultural or financial nature, somebody will be able to assist. The International Center is the focal point for international students. The International student’s department can advise on all matters relating to the application, accommodation, admission, fees, immigration, arrival services, orientation and advice on visa requirements, medical insurance, and general concerns. This means providing course information, processing your admission application as efficiently as possible and giving advice on living and studying in Kharkiv.

The International Marketing department is responsible for coordinating the promotion of the University and its courses overseas. In 2009-2010 academic year the total strength of foreign students is more than 1000 students from 57 countries are studying in the faculties of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, and post-graduate course. The range of countries from which foreign students come to study at the university is very wide:

At the time being Students from these countries are studying at Kharkiv National Medical University(KNMU):

  • Azerbaijan – 3 students.
  • Afghanistan – 3 students.
  • Bangladesh – 14 students.
  • Bahrain – 3 students.
  • Benin – 1 student.
  • Byelorussia – 1 student.
  • Bulgaria – 4 students.
  • Cameroon – 7 students.
  • Canada – 1 student.
  • China – 2 students.
  • Eritrea – 1 student.
  • Ethiopia – 6 students.
  • Egypt – 1 student.
  • Finland – 1 student.
  • Great Britain – 3 students.
  • Ghana – 61 students.
  • Georgia – 4 students.
  • Israel – 4 students.
  • India – 92 students.
  • Iraq – 271 students.
  • Iran – 1 student.
  • Jordan – 4 students.
  • Kenya – 39 students.
  • Korea – 2 students.
  • Kuwait – 2 students.
  • Lebanon – 5 students.
  • Mauritius – 2 students.
  • Malaysians – 45 students.
  • Maldives – 15 students.
  • Morocco – 3 students.
  • Myanmar – 1 student.
  • Nepal – 31 students.
  • Nigeria – 350 students.
  • Netherlands – 2 students.
  • New Zealand – 1 student.
  • Norway – 1 student.
  • Oman – 1 student.
  • Pakistan – 127 students.
  • Russia – 27 students.
  • Saudi Arabia – 7 students.
  • Syria – 37 students.
  • Singapore – 1 student.
  • Sri- Lanka – 32 students.
  • Somali – 6 students.
  • Sudan – 7 students.
  • Thailand – 1 student.
  • Tanzania – 18 students.
  • Tunis 15 students.
  • Turkmenistan – 8 students.
  • Uganda – 3 students.
  • Yemen – 1 student.
  • Zambia – 5 students.
  • Zimbabwe – 2 students.