Kyiv Medical University of UAFM

Kyiv Medical University, also known as “Kyiv Medical University” or “Kyiv Medical University,” is a higher educational institution in Ukraine. The University, which was established in 1992, is home to approximately 3,500 students.

Campuses and Buildings
All degrees granted to foreign students are legalised and apostilized by the Foreign Affairs Ministry of Ukraine, as a university with the highest level of accreditation from the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.
All related international medical university directories, such as the International Medical Education Registry, recognise and list Kyiv Medical University (KMU) (IMED). This means graduates are qualified to take the Medical Licensing Examinations in the United States, and their qualifications are recognised by the Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) in the United States and the Medical Council of Canada (MCC) in Canada, allowing them to undertake residency and postgraduate programmes in these countries.
KMU is also mentioned in the AVICENNA Directory, which is managed by the University of Copenhagen in cooperation with the World Health Organization and the World Federation for Medical Education (WFME), suggesting that the university is completely accredited by the WHO and all governments.

F0002349 is the school ID for the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER) at the university.
The Ghana Dental and Medical Council, the Nigerian Dental and Medical Council, the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council, the European Council of Medicine, the Indian Medical Council, and the General Medical Council of the United Kingdom, to name a few, all acknowledge Kyiv Medical University (KMU). It collaborates on research and partnerships with a number of scientific institutions in the former Soviet Union and around the world, including the Poland Medical Academy, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC, US), the Southern Kazakhstan Scientific and Practical Conference with international participation, and a contract with KnurówSlsk Hospital in Poland.

Institutes and faculties

The university prepares:

– the Faculty of Medicine, specialty 222 “Medicine”, level of training – master, qualification – doctor, term of study – 6 years

– the Faculty of Dentistry, specialty 221 “Dentistry”, level of training – master, qualification – dentist, term of study – 5 years;

– the Faculty of Pharmacy, specialty 226 “Pharmacy, Industrial Pharmacy”, level of training – master, qualification – pharmacist, term of study – 5 years (full-time and part-time – 5.5 years).

Bogomolets National Medical University

Bogomolets National Medical University (NMU) is a medical school in Kyiv, Ukraine, founded in 1841 by Russian Tsar Nicolas I. It is named after physiologist Alexander A. Bogomolets. NMU educates over 10,000 students, including about 1,300 international students from 56 countries.[citation needed] The university employs approximately 1,200 faculty members.

Bogomolets National Medical University is one of Ukraine’s best medical schools. It provides undergraduate and postgraduate students with a variety of courses. The university is divided into ten faculties.

Bogomolets National Medical University also has a Postgraduate Education Institute. In the field of healthcare, the university is a leader in the training of medical specialists and researchers. About 1500 professors work at Bogomolets National Medical University. There are 855 Ph.D.s and 205 Doctors of Sciences among the statistics. As a result, expert practitioners and academicians in the field of medicine educate the students .


Vinnytsia National Medical University. N. I. Pirogov

Vinnytsya’s National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, established in 1921, is a higher medical institution. The Vinnytsia Pharmaceutical Institute was established in 1921, followed by the Vinnytsia Branch of the All-Ukrainian Institute of Correspondence Medical Education in 1930, the Vinnytsia Evening Industrial Medical Institute in 1932, and the Vinnytsia Medical Institute in 1933. (1934).

Nikolai Pirogov was honoured with the Order of the Badge of Honour in 1984, and the institute was named after him in 1960. Vinnytsia Medical Institute has been licenced and accredited as a university by the IV level of accreditation since 1994. Rector of the University – MorozVasyl’ Maxymovych, Doctor of Science, Scientist, Honored Worker of Science and Technology of Ukraine, Member of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, and Hero of Ukraine – MorozVasyl’ Maxymovych, Doctor of Science, Professor, Honored Worker of Science and Technology of Ukraine, Member of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, and Hero of Ukraine – MorozVasyl’ Maxymovych, Doctor of Science.

Faculties of the University

Faculty-based education

There are six faculties: two medical (Nos. 1 and 2) – general medicine, paediatrics, and medical psychology; dental – specialty dentistry; pharmaceutical – specialty pharmacy and clinical pharmacy; and dental – specialty dentistry. The Faculty of Postgraduate Education offers doctors in 33 specialties a variety of postgraduate training options. At the Faculty of Pharmacy, pharmacists receive correspondence instruction.

There are 60 clinical and theoretical divisions within the university’s institutional units as of September 2016. The university employs 1730 people, with 1036 of them working in science and education,including 119 doctors of science, 612 applicants for science, 88 professors, and 344 associate professors.


The educational institution was given the name NikolayPirogov in 1960, and in 1984 it was awarded the Order of the Badge of Honour. In 1994, the Vinnytsia Medical Institute gained university status after being licenced and accredited at the IV level of accreditation. In 2002, National University was purchased. In the same year, the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers and the VerkhovnaRada presented the University with honorary certificates.
Since gaining university status, the dental and pharmaceutical faculties have been equipped with modern teaching staff, and ten new departments in the medical, pharmaceutical, dental, and postgraduate faculties have been created.

The university has been in the lead for many years, according to many indices of operation in the Ministry of Health of Ukraine’s scores.

Members of the teaching staff
Six hundred and forty-five individuals make up the teaching team, which comprises 89 doctors of sciences, 385 candidates of sciences, 69 professors, 248 associate professors, and 172 students.

The research center’s scientific and pedagogical staff consists of 13 people, including doctors of sciences (one), candidates of sciences (ten), and those without a scientific degree (two).

Student training and postgraduate doctor training was organised in 54 departments, 44 of which are led by doctors of sciences and professors. There is a staff reserve for the position of department head in 48 departments.
The Rector’s Office works diligently to prepare the staff reserve from among the best graduates who have shown their ability to work scientifically during their undergraduate years and have completed master’s and postgraduate studies. Every year, 4-6 doctoral dissertations and 30-35 candidate dissertations are defended by teachers. Six doctoral dissertations and 45 candidate dissertations were defended in 2005.

The President of Ukraine, the Chairman of Ukraine’s VerkhovnaRada, the Ministers of Education and Health, and the President of Ukraine’s Academy of Medical Sciences have all visited the university twice.
The university has been teaching foreign nationals since 1961. More than 5,000 international students from 98 countries have completed various training programmes. As of January 1, 2006, the university had 834 international citizens offering different forms of instruction.

University Departments

Departments of theoretical profile

  • Department of Human anatomy
  • Department of Biochemistry and General chemistry
  • Department of Histology
  • Department of Hygiene and Ecology
  • Department of Foreign Languages
  • Department of Microbiology
  • Department of Emergency and Military Medicine
  • Department of Medical Biology
  • Department of Biophysics, Informatics and medical equipment
  • Department of Human Physiology
  • Department of Operative Surgery and Clinical Anatomy
  • Department of Pathological Physiology
  • Department of Social Medicine and Organization of public health services
  • Department Ukrainian language and culture
  • Department of Physical training
  • Department of Philosofy and Social Sciences
  • Department of Pharmacology
  • Department of Pharmaceutical chemistry
  • Department of Pharmacy

Departments of clinical profile

  • Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology №1
  • Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology №2
  • Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care
  • Department of Internal medicine of medical faculty №2
  • Department of Internal medicine №1
  • Department of Internal medicine №2
  • Department of Internal medicine №3
  • Department of Internal and family medicine
  • Department of Pediatric infection Diseases
  • Department of Pediatric Surgery
  • Department of Endocrinology
  • Department of General Surgery
  • Department of Infection Diseases
  • Department of Pathological Anatomy
  • Department of Forensic Medicine and Law
  • Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Clinical Pharmacology
  • Department of Medical Psychology and Psychiatry
  • Department of Medical Rehabilitation and Medical Social Expertise
  • Department of Endoscopic and Cardiovascular Surgery
  • Department of Neurology with Neurosurgery
  • Department of Oncology, X-ray diagnostics and Therapy
  • Course of radiology
  • Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology
  • Department of Prosthetic Stomatology
  • Department of Otorhinolaringology
  • Department of Ophthalmology
  • Department of Pediatric №1
  • Department of Pediatric №2
  • Department of Propedeutics of Internal Medicine
  • Department of Propedeutics of Pediatric Diseases with Patient Care
  • Department of Psychiatry
  • Department of Pediatric Stomatology
  • Department of Therapeutical Stomatology
  • Department of Phthisiatry
  • Department of Surgery of Medicine faculty №2
  • Department of Surgery №1
  • Course of Urology
  • Department of Surgery №2
  • Course of Basic Stomatology
  • Department of Surgical Stomatology
  • Department of Skin and Veneral Diseases

Priority research areas
*protection of motherhood and childhood (prevention of morbidity, impairment, and mortality among women and infants, development and adoption of new diagnostic, treatment, and recovery approaches, and research into pathogenetic processes of perinatal pathology and risk factors); *prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of chronic diseases in different groups of the population (cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and other chronic diseases);

The implementation of basic research is given special attention, namely:

*study of anthropological, genetic, physiological, and psychological characteristics of people of various ages (from neonatal to elderly) in order to identify markers of multifactorial diseases;
 *determination of patterns of morphogenesis and pathomorphosis of diseases of various origins in order to develop and improve secondary prevention technologies; *development of modern therapeutics.

In addition to cathedral teams, in the implementation of these areas of research are actively involved:

  • Research center with a laboratory of functional morphology and genetics of development and a research and experimental clinic;
  • Center for New Information Technologies;
  • Laboratory of Experimental Neurophysiology;
  • Experimental pharmacological laboratory;
  • Clinical-diagnostic allergological laboratory;
  • Clinical and diagnostic gastroenterological laboratory;
  • Bacteriological laboratory;
  • Laboratory of Experimental Cardiology.

These scientific laboratories have been accredited and received the appropriate certificates.