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DANYLO HALYTSKY LVIV NATIONAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
M.D. PHYSICIAN (UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM)
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
4300$ PER YEAR
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Since 1961 University provides education for foreign citizens. Education is provided in Ukrainian, Russian Language, and since 1997 the teaching of foreign students in English has been launched.
At 78 University departments, at the Institute of Clinical Pathology, in the Central Research Laboratory (CRL) and Laboratory of industrial toxicology are working 1211 scientists: 134 Doctor of Sciences and more than 620 PhD degree holders, including 113 full professors, 369 associate professors, 50 senior tutors, 662 assistant professors, 17 researchers. Among them there are 23 Members, 7 Corresponding Members of Academy of Sciences, 12 Honored Workers of Science and Technology, 7 Honored Workers of Education, 19 Honored Doctors, 1 Honored Worker of Physical Culture and Sport, 8 Laureates of the State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology.
Today Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University combines 6 faculties, medical college, 78 departments (including 48 clinical departments), 14 academic buildings, 41 affiliated hospitals, University dental medical centre for more than 2000 attendances during shift, teaching drugstore, botanical garden, CRL and Laboratory of industrial toxicology, Institute of clinical pathology, research centre for investigation of anticancer drugs, scientific library, 8 student hostels, sanatorium, student cafes and canteens, sports and health recovery camp “Medyk”.
There are 40 amateur groups, clubs, workshops in University. Among them three amateur groups have the high degree of National. These National amateur groups are: folk dance ensemble “Horytsvit” (Adonis), folk choir “Muses of Hippocrates”, folk ensemble “Medicus”. There are 23 sport-public and recreation and sports clubs in the University.
The students learn different subjects from fundamental disciplines to special medical subjects during six years.
Foreigners study in small groups with six to ten other international students. Lectures take place daily and are attended by all students of the groups. Training in the university is constantly controlled by testing the students’ knowledge in each class. At the end of each topic a final control is provided by passing tests and examinations in subjects studied during this term. From the beginning of the second year until the last academic year students attend practical classes to gain experience.
The Program has the European credit point accumulation system ECTS
WHAT IS ECTS?
ECTS guarantees academic recognition of studies abroad.
ECTS enables further studies abroad. A student may prefer not to go back to the home institution after the study period abroad, but rather to stay at the host institution — possibly to gain a degree — or to move to a third institution. The institutions themselves decide whether or not this is acceptable and what conditions the student must fulfil in order to get a diploma or transfer registration.
6 YEARS TRAINING INCLUDE 13,474 HOURS :
Humanitarian subjects — 1,576 hours
Social-economic subjects — 432 hours
Fundamental /general scientific/ subjects — 2,180 hours
Professionally oriented subjects — 6,098 hours
Elective courses — 324 hours
Practical training — 972 hours
Subinternship /in the 6-th year — 1,892 hours
The final state examination according to the syllabus are held through two stages in the 6th year:
1.Written State Exam
2. Oral and Practical State Exam
The students who passed the final state exams and completed the six academic years will be awarded with the medical degree.
There is a wide range of specialization available in the public and private sectors, involving research, academic medicine, public health, clinical medicine and other areas. Specialties include Cardiology, Oncology, Pediatrics, Psychological Medicine, Surgery, Pathology, Public Health, General Practice and many others.
Most doctors complete postgraduate training in their chosen specialty Medicine is a respected, rewarding, and truly international career.
Every student studying at DANYLO HALYTSKY LVIV NATIONAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY undergoes one year of clinical rotations in subjects such as Internal medicine, paediatrics, surgery, obstetrics and gynaecology and other additive subjects during their final year of education.
The certificate for the same can be obtained from Ukrainian Medical Council and EduPedia Overseas helps its students to obtain the same.
The Internship declares any student completing the curriculum as a complete doctor and the same is accepted all over the world except India.
In India a student has to finish his screening test and undergo a compulsory rotator internship in India before he/she gets his permanent registration in Medical Council of India or license to practice as a physician.
Eligibility requirement as mentioned by eligibility certificate regulations of Medical Council of India
Higher secondary certificate with physics, chemistry, biology and English as subjects.
Date of birth certificate
Complete application form
All educational programs are regulated and approved by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and the Ministry of Health of Ukraine. The degrees and certificates issued to graduated foreign students by EduPedia Overseas Universities are legalized by the Ukrainian Ministry of Health and Ministry of Foreign Affairs. We only offer recognized University programs by the World Health Organization.
Students from India are eligible to sit for the National Board of Examination (NBE) and register with the Medical Council of India (MCI); after obtaining an “Eligibility Certificate” from the MCI prior to sitting for the Competency test conducted by the NBE and complying with any other guide-lines of the certification authority.
Students and graduates of EduPedia Overseas Universities are eligible to sit for the licensure & certification examinations of many other countries such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand, UAE, Singapore etc. All students & graduates should educate themselves on the licensure policies in their respective home countries and countries where they propose to practice and prepare accordingly.