University Name

Ternopil National Medical University

Introduction

TSMU was founded on 12 April 1957 as a Ternopil Medical Institute. On July 1, 1992, the institute was named after Ivan Horbachevsky. On December 30, 1997, it received the status of State Medical Academy, and on 17 November 2004, after reorganization, the institution became Ivan Horbachevsky Ternopil State Medical University.[1] The first rector of the medical institute was Petro Ohii, and the vice-rector Arsen Martyniuk. The regional administration transferred ownership of two buildings to the institute for the use of academic and laboratory facilities, and two dormitories. University clinic facilities were located in the municipal hospital. At the same time, the Morphology Building, a dormitory, and the Regional Hospital were being built.

The teaching staff includes over 600 professors, among them 102 Doctors of Science and full professors, and 460 associate professors. The staff includes two Corresponding and one Full Member of the National Academy of Medical Sciences, 11 Merited Scientists of Ukraine, 3 Merited Inventors of Ukraine, 2 Merited Teachers of Ukraine, and 4 Merited Doctors of Ukraine.

The university contains the following faculties: Medicine (6 years – MD program), Dentistry (5 years), Pharmacy (5 years), and Nursing (2–4 years). Postgraduate programs are also offered in different fields.

The theoretical departments of the faculty occupy four educational scientific institutes, which are independent structural-functional subdivisions of the University: Institute of Morphology, Institute of Biomedical Problems, Institute of Modeling, and Pathologic Processes Analyzing, and M. Skakun Institute of Pharmacology, Hygiene and Medical Biochemistry. There are 12 clinical departments, based at the city and regional medical establishments in Ternopil.

More than 1500 international students from 53 different countries are studying at Ternopil National Medical University.

The University collaborates with a number of foreign institutions.

Ternopil National Medical University is the first university in Ukraine to adopt the American Nursing Program. In the American Nursing School and International Nursing School, teaching follows the American Nursing School curriculum. TSMU collaborates with the University of South Carolina Upstate (USA) to exchange academic programs for nursing students.[4] The Nursing School offers two degrees:

Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) – a two-year program
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) – four-year program (or two years for those who already have a nursing degree)
After graduation students are eligible to take the National Council License Examination (NCLEX) and Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS) for registered nurses to start working and living in the USA. After obtaining an associate degree, students can transfer to the USA for a bachelor’s degree.

Admissions

MBBS Fees Structure 2020-2021


1st YEAR GENERAL MEDICINE COURSE (M.B.B.S., M.D.)

Tuition Fee = 1st Year – 3800$, 2nd 3rd – 4300$, 4th – 4400$, 5th 6th – 4500$

Hostel Fee = 650$ Per Year

Overhead Exp (Registration Fees, Health Checkup, Administration Fee, Airport Pick up, Immigration Clearance, Translation, Visa Extension till 6 years, Nostrification)–2550$

Total to pay in 1st year – 7000 $

6 Year Medical insurance with full Medical Cover bear by the student only – 250-300$ depends on UAH

University Tuition fee can be paid in 2 installments via SWIFT Transfer from India 1st year onwards

Location

Ternopil State Medical University, Voli Square, 1, Ternopil, Ternopil Oblast, Ukraine, 46002

University Name in Local Language

Ternopil National Medical University

Student Life

Inside the academic institutions, life is similar to what any other student in any organization experiences a life consisting of lectures, assignments, laboratory work. There is also a good amount of interaction with teachers and other students. International students will not find any difficulty in adjusting to student life. Everyone there is very helpful. You get a chance to learn the local language in your very first year of studies, which will be a boon to you.

However, there is one criterion you need to remember. Most universities in Ukraine follow a strict 100% attendance requirement or require you to pass compensating classes in case you miss any lectures. Otherwise, you won't be allowed to sit for exams.

The environment will be multicultural, with students coming from all over the world. You will be exposed to quite a lot of diversity and different minds, which will help you in the long run.

Safety:
This is one of the biggest concerns, but there is no need to worry. Ukraine is very safe for international students. Adequate safety measures are taken, right from the time of your entry into the country and lasting through the time of your stay there. The best cities for studying with no safety concerns are Kyiv, Kharkiv, Odesa, and Lviv. With the Official Ukrainian Admission Center, education for international students has become very safe.

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