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Donetsk State Medical University

Admission requirements

Admission requirements and procedure
 The University provides an invitation required for study entrance in Ukraine. To obtain  the invitation one should fill the web form

The invitation being received, the following documents are to be presented on arrival:
1. Notary certified copies of secondary education certificates  including the marks (grades)  in all school subjects (secondary education certificates allowing to achieve  higher medical education in accordance with the applicant's country laws).
 2. AIDS test results.
 3. Certificate of health, officially confirmed by the authorities of the native country, dated not later than 2 (two) months before arrival to  Ukraine.
 4. Birth certificate copy confirmed by the notary.
 5. 6 photographs (60 x 40 mm).
 6. Medical Insurance Policy to ensure urgent medical aid.
 
 The tuition fees at the Donetsk State Medical University are as follows:
 . Preparatory Faculty (for foreign students) - $ 1000 (full course);
 . Principal medical faculties - $ 1,800 per year (tuition in the Russian language);
 . Principal medical faculties - $ 2,500 per year (tuition in the English language);
 . Specialized medical courses (on probation) - $ 300 a month;
 . Post-Graduate Course - $ 2,500 per year.
The cost of hostel accommodation accounts for  about $10 per month.
 Alternatively students will find plenty of inexpensive flats available to rent locally (at individually agreed prices).

 Obligatory medical insurance - $100 per year.

 

 

 

 

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