The medical course at Kharkiv National Medical University (KNMU) takes six years and leads to the Bachelor of Medicine (MBBS / General Medicine) degree. In the undergraduate program, during 6 years of study, students learn different subjects from basic subject majors to special medical subjects.
This is an exciting time in medicine and we look forward to developing new ways in healthcare excellence. The practice of medicine remains one of the most demanded professions of all professions, and we believe that Kharkiv National Medical University (KNMU) is the ideal place to acquire medical knowledge and obtain a degree. We think students choose to enroll in the Kharkiv National Medical University (KNMU) for great reasons - they want to care for people and feel that as doctors they can make a difference in their communities. For this reason, we have great belief that there is a bright future for healthcare.
Kharkiv National Medical University (KNMU) is famous nationwide for its many innovative educational, training and research programs. Award-winning faculty always seek innovation and excellence in the classroom, laboratory, and medical clinic. Because class sizes are relatively small, faculty members recognize each student. Therefore, educational opportunities and opportunities for self-assurance are available to all.
Admission to the medical college takes place after the signing of the academic contract. International students study in a group of seven to eight students. Second year students start their clinical studies where they can gain experience in patient care. Clinical subjects are taught starting from the second year of study. Students can study any interesting topic and increase their knowledge in the departments. All six years of the program are important and must be successfully passed before students are allowed to graduate.
|Study times||Specialty code||City||History of the study||the University|
|8 am - 5 pm||7.110101||Kharkov||September 1 to June 30||Kharkov National General Medicine|
Registration is open during the winter and winter seasons each year, from June 1 to November 1, as well as from January 1 to March 1 each year.
Final status tests on all disciplines are carried out according to the academic plan within one system in two stages:
Successful students will complete the study for 6 years. There is a wide range of specializations available in the public and private sectors, including research, academic medicine, public health, clinical medicine and other fields. Majors include cardiology, oncology, paediatrics, psychiatry, surgery, pathology, public health, general practice and many more. Most doctors complete postgraduate training in their chosen major.