Kharkiv National Medical University offers postgraduate programs in various medical fields. The duration of the study is 2-4 years.
The Graduate School offers 50 medical specialties in internship, masters, and clinical training. In the department of Kharkiv National Medical University (KNMU), besides the traditional methods of teaching, there is also a model study and a program by practicing students. The continuous development of the computerized equipment base allows the possibility of using modern PC know-how and global media networks in the study process alongside clinical application.
Postgraduate students at Kharkiv National Medical University (KNMU) are taught in English, Ukrainian and Russian languages according to the programs and curricula approved by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine. We take into account the characteristics of the public health services for the trainees, each according to his country of origin.
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Registration is open to postgraduate departments throughout the year, and applicants can send registration applications at any time.
The main objective of postgraduate training is to allow students of medical institutions to continue their education and general practitioners to improve their skills to obtain further certificates and faculty members are directed to training and improving the qualifications and skills of specialists to master not only raising medical information but learning new modern technologies every day.
The Faculty of Medicine of Kharkiv National Medical University (KNMU), along with teaching hospitals and other health organizations in Ukraine, will provide the material and human resources necessary to create a suitable scientific environment for training medical graduates so that they acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes to become doctors and surgeons of achievement with the highest ethical and ethical standards.
The individual form of training is based on qualification characteristics, professional requirements and position, principles of investigator perspective, and physician physician. Detailed theoretical training is combined with learning practical skills, operative technique, and typical and complex operations.
To maintain its international role, the Faculty of Medicine of Kharkiv National Medical University (KNMU) intends by way of contractual arrangements with foreign countries, universities and hospitals to train residents from other countries in its postgraduate training programs who will return to their country of origin upon completion of their training.