Yes, it is not only recognized in India but almost all over the world. As per the latest Gazette of Government of India all the graduates of foreign medical institutions are required to pass screening test to be conducted twice a year (last Saturday/Sunday of September and last Saturday/Sunday of March) by National Board of Examination to get registered by the Medical Council of India. If a graduate does not come back to India and wishes to work in other foreign country like USA, England or Europe then he/she is not supposed to pass this screening test, but he/she has to follow the rules of that particular country.
Yes. There are more than 380 foreigner girls including Indians, studying currently in ONMedU and living safely in university hostel. The ratio of girls to boys is approximately 1:3 as per admissions in past 5 years. In fact girls are safer in Odessa than in other cities.
There are four grades of universities in every country there are categories and gradations of universities. Similarly in Ukraine. Odessa National Medical University is of highest grade that is IV grade. ONMedU is more than 100 years old having own history of medical training and is highly upgraded, well equipped with all latest technologies available in the world today and is known everywhere in the world for its quality of education and training techniques.
ONMedU is the first university of Ukraine that started medical education in English medium. You should be aware of the fact that hardly any medical university in Ukraine or Russia is giving entire course of education in English, except ONMedU. Most of the universities that declare they are conducting the medical courses in English medium are giving education in English only up to III or IV year. Further they teach in Russian medium.
The Leader Education constantly supervises the process of studying and receives the information on the student’s academic progress on a regular basis. The representatives of Leader Education speak to the professors about the behavior and progress of the students. The received information is sent by the representatives of Leader Education in your country to the students’ parents.
Odessa is comparatively warm place in Ukraine. Odessa region is very rich in agriculture. Almost all major fruits, vegetables, grains, pulses, milk products are available throughout the year in Odessa. Therefore, for vegetarians it is very suitable place in comparison to other cities. Beside this there are several restaurants and mess of Asian (Indian, Chinese) food in Odessa. The average temperature of the coldest month, January, is 0°C, and the hottest, July, +32°C. There is the warmest weather climate in Odessa (among all cities in Ukraine).
ONMedU has its six hostels. Hostels are multistoried with central heating system, continuous hot & cold water supply, canteen, recreation room, students’ club, library etc. There are three type of rooms – single/double and triple bedded with toilet/bathroom and kitchen (continuous gas supply) . All rooms are fully furnished.
Usually the expenses for the first month of staying in Ukraine are more than those of the following months. You’ll need about 500 USD for the first 3 months of stay due to the reason that you would need to purchase necessary items. Subsequently, the average monthly expenses for food are about USD 100-150.
The currency used in Ukraine is Hryvnia and the coins are known as Kopiyka. USD 1 = UAH 26 approximately (Please check current FOREX rates for latest update).
Yes, you can pay the fee in six months installments.
Yes, you can travel to other countries like UK, Germany, Sweden, Italy, France, Poland, etc. during summer and winter vacations.
Parents can either send the money to the student’s bank account in Ukraine through wire transfer or else the student before going to Ukraine can open an account in India with the bank which offers Visa ATM International Card. Through ATM Card, the student can easily withdraw required amount, which has been deposited by his parents in his account in India. The student is recommended to open a bank account as soon as the process of registration is completed, which normally takes around 10-15 days.
The purpose of Bologna process (or Bologna accords) is to create the European higher education area by making academic degree standards and quality assurance standards more comparable and compatible throughout Europe. Thus enhancing and facilitating student and teacher mobility; removing obstacles for mobility and improving recognition of degrees and academic qualifications. It is named after the place it was proposed at the University of Bologna with the signing in 1999, of the Bologna declaration by Ministers of Education from 29 European countries in the Italian city of Bologna and ONMedU is also a part of this process.
KROK (which means Integrated License exam under European Credit Transfer System) examination which has been started from 2003-04 as per the Bologne process currently going all over Europe (including ONMedU) according to which doctors are prepared through European system of education to make doctors a high quality specialists. This exam is conducted twice during the course duration:KROK I during the III course and KROK II during the VI course.
As ONMedU is a part of Bologna process, student can transfer from other universities, which are following Bologna process.
According to the law of Ukraine there should be an intermediary licensed company registered in Ukraine that gives the financial guarantee of coming student and has to do all admission formalities and take care of students during his/ her entire stay.
Calls from Ukraine to all over the world is approx. 0,01-0,05$/min. High speed Internet / Wi-Fi is available in all Hostel rooms, approx. 5-10$/month.