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Georgian Institute of Public Affairs

About Institute

  Georgian Institute of Public Affairs (GIPA) was founded in 1994 and since then it has stood as one of the first innovative Western-oriented projects, starting with one Master’s program in Public Administration. This event was preceded by the agreement between the United States Information Agency (later the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the United States Department of State), the Government of Georgia, and the United States National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) on the implementation of a joint project in Georgia under the name of the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs. Since its establishment, the main goal of GIPA has been to support the development of a new field of Public Administration and Policy in Georgia, through the education of a cadre of public servants in Georgia. Consequently, for the initial stage, the key objective of the project was to award a Master’s degree in Public Administration to 30 graduates annually. Currently, GIPA administers four schools and offers Bachelor’s, Master’s, vocational education programs, training courses, consultations, and Ph.D. programs in Social Sciences to interested individuals. The curricula of university programs are developed based on the values of democracy and freedom of expression. It provides students with theoretical knowledge as well as practical skills through the integration of research and interactive teaching principles. The university continues its successful cooperation with American and European Universities. Nowadays GIPA remains one of the most important institutions concerning spreading education, knowledge, and experience, it counts up to 3000 graduates, and 90% of them are successfully employed in public and business sectors, also at private, non-governmental, and international organizations.

Schools and Programs

  • School of Government
  • Caucasus School of Journalism and Media Management
  • School of Law and Politics
  • School of Social Sciences
  • Ph.D. Program in Social Sciences
  • Georgian Rural Development Department

Accommodation

  Georgian Institute of Public Affairs provided fully furnished and aesthetically designed hostel facilities on the university campus on a sharing basis. The international students are provided beds on a sharing basis. Every hostel resident has free access to the University canteen and all common kitchens on every floor.  The students will get access to available 24/7 Wi-Fi facilities in the hostel. All modern amenities are available including pillows, blankets, bedsheets, beds, tables, chairs, etc. One common kitchen in every block of rooms is available for students to cook food on their own. Regular electricity and water supply are available for students.
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Akaki Tsereteli State University

About University

  Akaki Tsereteli State University (ATSU) is located in Kutaisi, Georgia. ATSU is one of the oldest Caucasian multi-profile higher academic institutions, which ensures the unity and high quality of educational, research, and business processes – aims at preparing professionals and leaders who will contribute to the development of their country and the world by creating, accumulating, and spreading knowledge.  The history of Akaki Tsereteli State University started eight decades ago and now, it is a higher educational institution in Georgia distinguished with its excellent traditions, which have found a decent place in the cultural-intellectual and moral upbringing of generations. The University has gained universal recognition as a result of staff training, high-quality scientific potential, and wide-ranging links with scientific institutes of advanced countries. The study process at ATSU has been carried out at every level: Bachelor, Master, and Ph.D., which are accredited by the Ministry of Georgia of Education and Science. At present, due to the success of the renovations, the University has about 10,000 students in nine faculties. Akaki Tsereteli University is one such university that offers loan-based MBBS studies, doctorate studies, or low-cost medical sciences study. Other types of advanced physician or advanced medicine courses and internships are also available. There is highly competent medical faculty available to teach all aspects of medical sciences to the students. 

Faculties

  • Faculty of Humanitarian
  • Faculty of Pedagogics
  • Faculty of Exact and Natural sciences
  • Faculty of Business, Law and Social sciences
  • Faculty of Medicine
  • Faculty of Technical Engineering
  • Faculty of Technological Engineering
  • Faculty of Agriculture
  • Faculty of Maritime and Transportation

Accommodation

  University provides high-quality accommodation for students pursuing MBBS and other degrees. The hostel is very close to the college campus. The students are provided with fully furnished rooms on sharing basis. There are around 7 hostels on the ATSU campus. The hostels have kitchens, laundry rooms, rooms for study and training sessions, recreation rooms, a gym, etc. The complete hostel complex is equipped with internet access. The ATSU aims at providing maximum comfort to the students. The hostel rooms are designed such as 2-3 students can share one room. The rooms are equipped with air-conditioning and a centralized heating system. The location of the hostels is very near to the center of the city. The local markets and other amenities are easily accessible to the students.
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Georgian Technical University

About University 

  Georgian Technical University is a state university founded in 1922 in Tbilisi, Georgia. The Georgian Technical University (GTU, formerly V.I. Lenin Georgian Polytechnical Institute) was initially created as a polytechnic faculty of Tbilisi State University. GTU is the main and largest technical university in Georgia. It is located in the capital city of Tbilisi.  In 1928, the Departments of the polytechnic faculty was transformed into an independent Institute and named Georgian Polytechnic Institute (GPI). By 1970, the Institution already had 15 full-time and 13 part-time faculties. In the 80s, the students at the Institute were already carrying out high volumes of advanced scientific research and works. During this period, the Institute became the largest higher educational institution in the Caucasian region for its students (total 40 000) and academic staff (total of 5000). Polytechnical Institute took first place in the USSR's higher educational institutions ranking.  In 1990, Georgian Polytechnic Institute was granted university status and named the Georgian Technical University. After Georgia’s Independence, GTU underwent critical reforms and restructuring of the curriculum in 1995. And gradually GTU began the installation of new training standards introducing the Credit System. Today, Georgian Technical University remains the main and largest technical university of Georgia, with global recognition, special accreditations, and the starting point for many research centers, and technical and engineering universities in Georgia. Georgian Technical University has the honor to offer its local and International students modern facilities and a learning environment in which they can gain high-quality education as well as practical experience. The knowledge and skills acquired at our university are a guarantee of a successful career not only in Georgia but also in the international labor market.

Faculties

  • Faculty of Civil Engineering 
  • Faculty of Power Engineering and Telecommunications 
  • Faculty of Mining and Geology
  • Faculty of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy 
  • Faculty of Architecture, Urban Planning, and Design 
  • Faculty of Informatics and Control Systems 
  • Faculty of Transportation and Machine-Building 
  • Faculty of Business Technologies 
  • Faculty of Engineering Economics, Media-Technology, and Social Sciences 
  • Faculty of Law and International Relations 
  • International Design School 
  • Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Bio-systems Engineering 

Accommodation

  The university accommodates students in two dormitories of apartment and corridor types. First of all, international students and non-city residents are settled. Every student has free access to all dormitory rooms as study rooms, reading rooms, libraries, gym, and student canteen. Accommodation is prepared in over 1,300 places in double, and triple rooms, shared kitchens, showers, and toilets. All student rooms are renovated and equipped with all necessary furniture and technologies such as modern TV and free Wi-Fi.
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Tbilisi State Academy of Arts

About University 

  Tbilisi State Academy of Arts (TSAA)-the higher art educational university, is the oldest and largest art academy in the Caucasus. Each year more than 1300 students are enrolled in BA, MA, and Ph.D. programs. The TSAA prepares students to become self-aware artists who make meaningful contributions to society with their innovative passion, experimental attitude, and profundity. The TSAA offers and conducts the programs, where the starting point is close cooperation between practice and art theory at all levels of education. Academic teaching includes theoretical-practical research activities, related to the specialties of fine and visual arts, architecture, art history, and restoration, design, audio-visual representation, and digital media. The Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, founded in 1922, is the oldest and largest art academy in the Caucasus is interesting and attractive not only with its historical background but with its modern age by preserving traditional knowledge and approach to teaching the arts, as well as, creation of the new teaching programs at various levels, with new methodologies and modern teaching principles, one of the best examples of which is the relatively newly established Faculty of the Media Arts with its contemporary directions. The admission rate range is 90-100% making this Georgian higher education organization a least selective institution. TSSA also provides several academic and non-academic facilities and services to students including a library, as well as administrative services.

Faculties

  • Faculty of Visual Arts 
  • Faculty of Media Arts 
  • Faculty of Design 
  • Faculty of Architecture 
  • Restoration, Art History, and Theory 
All educational programs at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts are conducted in the Georgian language. For applicants with a foreign upper-secondary school education that lacks qualifications in Georgian a language test is required.

Accommodation

Students usually live in a dormitory, which is the nearest to their Institute. Each dormitory has an internet connection and recreation hall; many dormitories have gyms and other sports facilities. There are 2 or 3 students in a room and bathrooms and kitchens on each floor. Tbilisi has a well-developed public transport system, so you can get anywhere you want from each dormitory building. Every room is equipped with modern furniture such as beds, tables, wardrobes, chairs, bedding that changed twice a month, and freely accessible Wi-Fi.
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Sukhumi State University

About University 

  Sokhumi State University is the first higher educational institution of Abkhazia's autonomous republic - the direct legal successor of the Sokhumi State Pedagogical Institute. It is a centuries-old school that carries the Georgian educational traditions, and national and universally recognized values that determine multicultural systems' firmness. The mission of the university is to train specialists of different educational levels who have a university education corresponding to the world's modern standards based on the main value of humanity - the latest scientific ideas, the receipt, and dissemination of education, which will have a high sense of civic responsibility for integration in a global society. The university's doors are open to all students and professors despite their ethnicity, social background, and political and religious views.  For Sokhumi State University, the priority is developing such important spheres and areas as Georgian studies, Abkhazian studies, teacher education, exact and natural, humanitarian and sociopolitical sciences, law, and business administration. At the same time, Sokhumi State University needs to implement interdisciplinary spheres, and short-term and effective programs to train highly qualified personnel relevant to the labor market, and competitive, modern requirements. Sokhumi State University helps internationalization, continuity, sustainability, and accessibility of education; from this point of view of this, it is important to actively participate in educational programs and research projects together with various foreign partners, their support, which, for its part, will give international recognition to the Sokhumi State University.

Faculties

  • Faculty of Natural Sciences and Healthcare
  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Faculty of Economics and Business
  • Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Education
  • Faculty of Social and Political Sciences

Accommodation

  Student Dormitory consists of eight rooms per floor, with 2-3 people per room. Each floor also has one kitchen and two toilets, and the basement has a shower. All rooms have access to free Wi-fi and are equipped with essential modern amenities like a pillow, blanket, bedsheet, beds, tables, and chairs that are already added to the basic necessity list. For student recreation gyms, reading rooms and sports complex facilities are also available. Every hostel resident can use every common room in the building, including the library, gym, canteen, and resting rooms. All rooms are well-furnished and ready to use at every time and day.
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Gori State Teaching University

About University 

  Gori State Teaching University prepares competitive specialists equipped with theoretical, methodological, and practical knowledge, oriented on the local and international labor market, who, with their lifestyle and successful activities, will promote the transition of the modern society into a highly developed, just, democratic, moral and highly conscious society. Gori State Teaching University is a significant center for education and science in Shida Kartli. It was established as a result of merging two higher education institutions, LEPL-Gori State University and LEPL-Tskhinvali State University. State Pedagogic Institute was established in 1932 with one faculty: agro-biologic. In the following years, new faculties were added. Gradually it grew into an educational, scientific, and cultural center. Since its foundation, the institute had assured support from Georgian scientists. Gori State University, considering the interests of the country and the Shida Kartli region and implements academic and professional educational programs and scientific-research activities oriented on the training of specialists with competitive, democratic, and high civic consciousness in the labor market. Following the national and European standards of education, it ensures high-quality education and scientific research, the realization of personal potential, and the development of creative skills in the university community.  University carries out activities focused on meeting the educational requirements of society, including by offering lifelong continuous education programs and services, promoting inclusive education, and in this way, contributing to the development of the Shida Kartli region and the entire country.

Faculties

  • Faculty Of Humanities
  • Faculty Of Education, Exact And Natural Sciences
  • Faculty Of Social Sciences, Business, And Law

Accommodation

  University accommodation includes a fully furnished bedroom, a shared kitchen, and bathroom facilities. Each student flat usually contains around 6 to 8 bedrooms, so you'll be sharing the kitchen and bathroom facilities with about 5 to 7 other students. ​​As students have different shifts for their lectures, you will never all be getting ready at the same time, you will never need to queue. Certain blocks do have lifts installed and if this is important to you, you can email us for the specific details. The majority of our accommodation is no higher than 5 stories high and therefore does not have lifts. Rooms are supplied with all needed furniture and facilities such as cable TV, free Wi-Fi, beds, chairs, wardrobes, and others.
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International European University

INTERNATIONAL EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY

  The International European University is a brand-new, cutting-edge European university. The university was established mainly to educate Ukrainian citizens on a European level. The faculty of the International European University has been focusing on ways to improve higher educational standards to European ones as a result of reforms in higher education and medicine. At the International European University, all facilities for educating students in the specialization 222 Medicine have been established. Modern training conditions, fully equipped laboratories, and highly specialized offices are set up to ensure the education system of higher education applicants in the academic and professional program “Medicine” of the field 22 “Health care” of the Master's degree at the International European University. Such settings make it easy to give candidates with completely practical training. There is all necessary equipment for practical training such as educational, scientific, medical, and diagnostic equipment which include tables, chairs, muffler screens, multimedia projectors, training materials (tables, posters, diagrams, etc.), microscopes and other medical equipment, and medicines. All departments of the university are quite well-equipped with teaching materials, computers and office supplies, multimedia equipment, and contemporary furnishings. Computers have LAN and Internet connections. Private institution of higher education “International European University” (hereinafter referred to as “the University”) is a private institution of higher education, established by the Founder’s founding meeting (Protocol No. 1 of 11.04.2019) in the form of a private institution, that functions in accordance with the current legislation of Ukraine and this Charter.

FACULTIES

  Faculty of Medicine Medical Faculty of the International European University set the following main objectives to:
  • ● develop specialists’ skills for the Ukrainian and international healthcare systems by delivering high-quality educational services and keeping to high educational, scientific, and professional activity standards;
  • ● enhance basic and applied knowledge in medicine and pharmacy, high-tech medical care, and innovative diagnostic as well as medical technologies in meeting the demands of the national healthcare system;
  • ● provide an environment for undergraduates’ self-development, self-actualization, and spiritual development this is the best environment for highly-educated, free, democratic, and nationally conscious specialists.
The Faculty of Medicine's operations are carried out through:
  • ● providing continuity of learning, research, and treatment;
  • ● maintaining competitiveness via high quality assurance;
  • ● establishing competency-base education programs under the levels of the National Qualifications Framework;
  • ● considering professional standards, defining criterium for assessing professional skills as well as terms and procedures for verification the qualification of the doctor providing coherent approach for developing both educational and professional program;
  • ● enabling an accurate and independent examination of the physician's skills;
  • ● taking into account the process of academic policy formation, scientifically and methodologically confirmed examination of labor market demands and prospects of medical industry development;
  • ● students’ professional qualification;
  • ● international cooperation with foreign medical educational and scientific centers;
  • ● implementation both of education and science into the University’s educational process.
The most common types of educational processes are:
  • ● lectures;
  • ● seminars;
  • ● practical classes (including the classes on clinical bases);
  • ● laboratory works;
  • ● professionally-oriented trainings.
Bilingual education for future professionals is a unique feature of the program. Program is required in both Ukrainian and English. Practical classes are provided at both the University's specialized offices and the clinical bases (cooperation agreements have been signed with these institutions). Clinical-based classes are designed to teach undergraduates, notably foreigners and stateless people, innovative ways of diagnosis, treating, and rehabilitating patients, as well as the use of medical tools and equipment. New healthcare equipment is available at the clinical base. Under the rules of the partnership agreement, the Clinical Base of the Private Institution of Higher Education "International European University" is the Kyiv City Clinical Hospital No5. The clinical basis, in accordance with the class timetable, conducts practical instruction on the following courses:
  • ● anesthesiology and intensive care;
  • ● dermatology;
  • ● epidemiology and principles of evidence-based medicine;
  • ● infectious diseases;
  • ● internal medicine;
  • ● narcology;
  • ● neurology;
  • ● obstetrics and gynecology;
  • ● oncology;
  • ● ophthalmology;
  • ● otolaryngology;
  • ● pediatrics;
  • ● psychiatry;
  • ● surgery;
  • ● traumatology and orthopedics;
  • ● urology;
Students of the Private Institution of Higher Education "International European University" will have the chance to use any clinic's latest equipment (see Annex No. 2 of the partnership agreement) and implement their theoretical knowledge into practice during the course. The clinical bases' equipment complies with the regulations of Ukraine's Ministry of Health. The training program considers:
  • family physicians (general practitioners) who can obtain specialized interdisciplinary developing in delivering healthcare services to family members;
  • future physician training for telemedicine (one of the main sectors of the modern industry), that is a set of activities and technology employed in the provision of medical aid utilizing distant communication in the form of electronic message.
Medical-Biological Department fields of studying are the following:
  • ● Life safety
  • ● Biological and bioorganic chemistry;
  • ● Clinical Department fields of studying;
  • ● Fundamentals of bioethics and biosafety;
  • ● Fundamentals of psychology;
  • ● Histology, cytology and embryology;
  • ● Human anatomy;
  • ● Legal medicine;
  • ● Medical and biological physics;
  • ● Medical biology;
  • ● Medical chemistry;
  • ● Medical informatics;
  • ● Medical law of Ukraine;
  • ● Microbiology, virology and immunology;
  • ● Pathomorphology;
  • ● Pathophysiology;
  • ● Pharmacology;
  • ● Physical education;
  • ● Physiology;
  • ● Propaedeutic of internal medicine
  • ● Clinical immunology and allergology;
  • ● Clinical pharmacology;
  • ● Dermatology, venereology;
  • ● Endocrinology;
  • ● Epidemiology and principles of evidence-based medicine;
  • ● General surgery;
  • ● Infectious diseases;
  • ● Internal Medicine;
  • ● Medical Psychology;
  • ● Medical genetics;
  • ● Neurology;
  • ● Nursing practice;
  • ● Obstetrics and Gynecology;
  • ● Occupational diseases (including radiation medicine);
  • ● Oncology;
  • ● Ophthalmology;
  • ● Otolaryngology;
  • ● Pediatrics;
  • ● Pediatrics with childhood infectious diseases;
  • ● Physical rehabilitation, sports medicine;
  • ● Propaedeutic of Pediatrics;
  • ● Psychiatry, narcology;
  • ● Radiology;
  • ● Surgery;
  • ● Urology;
  • ● Pediatric surgery
  • ● Anesthesiology and intensive care;
  • ● Clinical Microbiology, Virology and Immunology;
  • ● Clinical biochemistry;
  • ● Emergency and emergency medical care;
  • ● Fundamentals of reflexology;
  • ● General Practice (Family Medicine);
  • ● Industrial medical practice;
  • ● Internal Medicine;
  • ● Neurosurgery;
  • ● Obstetrics and Gynecology;
  • ● Palliative and hospice medicine;
  • ● Pediatrics with childhood infectious diseases;
  • ● Pathobiology;
  • ● Traumatology and Orthopedics.

ACCOMMODATION

  Upon arriving at the student hostel and future residency, foreigners and individuals without citizenship are informed about local regulatory acts that control residential issues in the student hostels. 1.2. In compliance with sanitary requirements and labor protection standards, foreigners and non-citizens are accommodated in the appropriate hostel thermal conditions and lighting. 1.3. Foreigners and non-citizens are granted the necessary inventory, tools, and materials for the arrangement, maintenance, and cleaning of the student dormitory premises as well as its attached territory. 1.4. Rooms are completely furnished and have an apartment-style system with two or three beds, as well as an attached toilet. There is a common hall and a common kitchen on each floor. A medical cabinet for first aid is located on the ground floor. 1.5. Beds, mattresses, pillows, blankets, two side tables, one wardrobe, and one table and chair are provided in each hostel room. The bed linen is changed once a week for the occupants. Hot water is accessible daily and nightly. All the rooms have central heating. On-call plumbers, carpenters, and electricians are all provided.

ABOUT THE CITY

  Kyiv is one of Europe's most populous cities. It is the dynamic capital of independent Ukraine, serving as the country's administrative, economic, scientific, cultural, and educational heart. On the banks of the Dnipro River, this picturesque metropolis of nearly 3 million inhabitants is located. Kyiv is a city enriched in historical and cultural treasures, as well as major events and great people. Everyone will discover something there that piques his attention. Kyiv’s art and architecture are acknowledged as global treasures. Many well-known painters, poets, and authors have praised the city's distinctive beauty. Here are some of the most well-known landmarks in Kyiv:
  • ● Cathedral of St. Sophia;
  • ● Kyivo-Percherskaya Lavra;
  • ● Golden Gate of Kyiv;
  • ● Ukrainian Baroque Church of St. Andrew;
  • ● Nicolas Cathedral;
  • ● Rodina Mat;
  • ● Andreyevskiy Spusk.
Russians and Ukrainians both call Kyiv "the mother of all cities." It is one of the oldest European cities. The atmosphere of the past can be felt everywhere throughout Kyiv's historic center. Kyiv is known for its unique cultural life. Theater fans will be pleased to discover that there are several theatres in the city that provide a variety of theatrical performances. The majority of the performances are in Ukrainian or Russian language. The newly restored Kyiv Opera House has excellent opera as well as a wide ballet repertoire. Ukrainian drama, comedy, and musical performances are represented in Ivan Franko Theatre. In numerous Kyiv’s museums and art galleries, a wide range of shows is held. Kyiv is also scientific and educational capital. Different universities and research institutions are situated there, including the well-known National University of “Kyiv-​Mohyla Academy”, which was one of the earliest scientific institutions in Eastern Europe. Moreover, Kyiv is a leading industrial and commercial center in Ukraine. The main industries involve the following ones: food processing (especially processing of beet sugar), manufacture of machinery, machine tools, rolling stock, chemicals, and building materials. Over recent years, the city has had an increase in the number of office buildings, banks, trade fair centers, and other business entities. Take a stroll around the historic streets of this picturesque city to admire its distinctive beauty and sense of history. Your time in Kyiv will undoubtedly be one of your most unforgettable experiences.
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Tashkent State University of Economic

About University

  Tashkent State University of Economics was established in 1931 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan’s capital city. It is one of the largest higher education establishments in the sphere of study economics in Uzbekistan and in Central Asia. Nowadays, more than 6,000 students are studying at TSEU. The number of professors is nearly 500, which has strong research potential in the field of basic and applied research in economics. The University provides its students with access to the latest modern technology and teaching methods, a large number of computer classes, and an Information Resource Center. TSEU was the first international American-style business school in Uzbekistan and has gained note by building relationships with notable universities in the US, Great Britain, and Germany. It maintains the largest university library in Central Asia. TSEU also serves as the base university on economic education in the Republic of Uzbekistan. The main missions of the university are the scientific substantiation of solutions to economic problems in terms of integration of science, education, and production, training of qualified personnel with modern economic knowledge and practical skills, competitive in the labor market for industries, and active participation in the development and implementation of innovative technologies in the sustainable development of the country.

Faculties

  The university has 5 undergraduate courses in economics and the Master's Department:
  • Faculty of Economics
  • Faculty of Corporate Governance
  • Faculty of Accounting and Audit
  • Faculty of Information Systems in Economy
  • Faculty of International Tourism

Accommodation

  Tashkent State University of Economics has about 1000 students from different countries. The university offers a variety of services to students. Among them, students have the opportunity to live and feel comfortable in renovated Students Dormitories which Alte University provides. Hostel rooms equipped for two or three persons with modern furniture, beds, and free available WI-FI.  Students also have the opportunity to visit libraries, gyms, cultural or art clubs, and spend their free time on Campus territory. Hostels usually have a convenient location, therefore it takes students only 10-15 minutes to go by foot or public transport to Alte University.  University provides well-equipped accommodations for students with separate spaces for boys and girls, bedding, free WI-Fi, three-times fresh and healthy meals, and 24-hours security. Students can feel safe and supported at the hostel, making sure our campuses are secured. The great benefit of accommodation is the convenient location and free access to all city transport.

International Cooperation 

  Today, Tashkent State Economic University implements joint educational programs in cooperation with 9 foreign higher educational institutions. A total of 1,441 students are enrolled in this joint educational program. Relations of international cooperation have been established with 163 higher educational institutions in 38 foreign countries. The main purpose of the cooperation is to improve the quality of education, exchange of experience, joint research, publication of scientific publications, exchange of professors, doctoral students, and students, and training of personnel on the basis of joint educational programs. Active participation within bilateral partnership agreements and European programs has promoted wide cooperation activities within the ERASMUS+ program. The number of agreements with European partner universities has grown tremendously within the last 5 years anticipating more intensive exchanges of students and teachers. At present, the Tashkent State University of Economy has signed more than 1000 agreements with 450 educational institutions in 33 European programs and over 35 Inter-institutional agreements with 17 partner countries.
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Tashkent State Technical University

About University

  Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov (TSTU) is one of the oldest and most famous universities in Uzbekistan. TSTU has been at the forefront of the technical universities of Uzbekistan. Its first establishment date refers to April 21, 1918.  A high level of education quality is ensured and modern educational technologies are successfully formed and implemented here. University offers 64 bachelor's degrees in technical sciences and 72 master's degree programs in IT at 60 departments of 9 faculties, which are among one the leaders in the national subject ranking in Uzbekistan. Students can join undergraduate programs in a wide range of disciplines from the technical sciences. Students of TSTU study according to specially designed university IT programs, conduct research under the guidance of experienced scientists and teachers, participate in interesting youth IT projects, and implement them in real life. In the era of information technology and innovation, the university trains a new generation of specialists and forms a progressive worldview that allows graduates to adapt to the socio-cultural life of Uzbekistan, the Central Asian region, and the countries of the world community. There are 8 faculties, 58 departments, 735 professor-teachers, and more than 11 thousand students at Tashkent State Technical University. Tashkent State Technical Institute nowadays trains specialists and professionals following the Bachelor’s study programs (4 years), Master’s study programs (2 years), and Doctoral degrees (3 years).

Faculties

  There are eight faculties in the university: 
  • the Faculty of Thermal Power Engineering; 
  • the Faculty of Electronics and Automation; 
  • the Faculty of Energy; 
  • the Faculty of Geology and Mining; 
  • the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering; 
  • the Faculty of Mechanics; 
  • the Faculty of Oil and Gas;
  • the Faculty of Engineering Technology.

Accommodation

  Tashkent State Technical University can offer renovated and comfortable accommodations for its students. can offer accommodation to all international and non-resident students. The dormitory is located close to the studying campus or you can go there by convenient public transport. The territory of the building is absolutely safe and surrounded by surveillance cameras. The conditions in dormitories, offered to students, are comfortable with all the modern conveniences included.  All the premises are fully furnished and ensured with modern conveniences like cold and hot water, electricity, free Wi-Fi, central heating during the winter period, etc. There are also common laundry and kitchen, library, TV room, assembly hall, gym, and swimming pool, available every day of the week. The dormitories are totally safe, owing to the surveillance cameras and strict pass system. The outdoor territory is surrounded by supermarkets, cafes and coffee bars, banks, and sports centers.

International Cooperation

  Tashkent State Technical University maintains contacts and collaboration agreements with prominent educational institutions and organizations in Europe and Asia. Each semester exchange students and members of the academic staff are invited to take part in the exchange programs for one or two semesters. International experience can be gained via the Erasmus+ program. This program provides students with the opportunity to study at a cooperating university in Erasmus+ program countries. Erasmus+ offers the opportunity to gain international work experience through training abroad. In addition to acquiring new academic knowledge, international studies are a great way to practice foreign languages, get acquainted with new cultures, make new friends, and establish contacts. For Erasmus+ students, it is an opportunity to test themselves in a new environment and to become more independent. Participation in Erasmus+ projects is building awareness about different technical systems and equipping students and teachers with the skills that are necessary to meet all future challenges during working with technical science and modern technologies.
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Tashkent University of Information Technology

About University

  Tashkent University of Information Technologies (formerly Tashkent Electrotechnical Institute of Communications) was established in 1955. It was the major and only producer of communication engineers for the Central Asian region. Today, it is one of the major universities to nurture ICT talent in Uzbekistan.  The University and its regional branches have 13 schools to study IT in Uzbekistan and 62 departments. Practical training is being held in 23 areas and specialties of higher technical education, including 18 majors of undergraduate courses in IT and 29 specialties of master studies. The University employs 915 teachers and professors, including 3 academicians, 35 doctors and professors,149 candidates of sciences, and associate professors. Professor-teachers with Ph. D. make up 32.8% of the total. The classrooms of the University are equipped with sufficient computers, including computers connected to the Internet. The library fund the university has over 300,000 books and it is constantly increasing and renovating. There is also an electronic library connected to the local network of the university and to the Internet. According to the results of 2018, the State Inspectorate for Quality Supervision of Education under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan published a rating of higher educational institutions, in which the Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi takes the 4thplace among 57 universities.

Faculties

  The university trains Bachelors's in 11 directions of IT education and Masters's in 13 specialties. For 50 years, the university has trained over 30,000 engineers, both holders of bachelor's and master's degrees. Among its graduates, there are more than 150 Doctors of Science and Candidates of Science. In the Tashkent University of Information Technologies, there are six faculties:
  • Computer Engineering
  • Software Engineering
  • Telecommunication Technologies
  • Information Security
  • Television Technologies
  • Economics and Management
  • Professional Education
  • Special Faculty (Military)

Accommodation

  All the international students of the Tashkent University of Information Technologies, holding academic offers, may apply for accommodation. The building has all conditions for living, studying, and relaxing. A typical residence has a living room (equipped with modern TV, and upholstered furniture), a spiritual room, a few kitchens, and a library. Every student has an opportunity to enjoy their free time at the Campus territory during sports activities in the gym, football fields, basketball fields, and tennis courts. Each student gets free bedding items and 24-hour access to a fast Internet connection. The common kitchens, laundry rooms, libraries, and meeting rooms are fully furnished and equipped with modern appliances. In addition, all the essentials like hot and cold water or electricity are always available throughout the whole year. The security system is maintained with surveillance cameras and a warden, present at any time of the day or night.

International Cooperation

  The university established cooperation with 42 universities, 8 research centers, 12 enterprises, and organizations from 26 foreign countries (South Korea, Japan, Germany, France, the USA, India, etc.), and 73 cooperation agreements and a memorandum of understanding were signed on mutual understanding. Every year 15 foreign professors are involved in the educational process of TUIT and 50 professors and teachers of TUIT travel abroad to exchange experiences. And also, there are student mobility programs, every year 30 students of TUIT travel abroad in this program. In order to develop the university together with leading experts, work is carried out on a project funded by the JICA project (Japan). As a result of this project, the Educational Media Training Center is designed to perform laboratory and practical studies and conduct research work on students in the field of Media Technologies. Tashkent University of Information Technologies is implementing 12 projects funded by the European Commission under the ERASMUS+ program. An agreement was signed on the establishment of a dual degree program and joint training of specialists with higher education between Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad al-Khwarizmi and the Belarusian State University of informatics and Radio Electronics.
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Tashkent State University of Law

About University

  Tashkent State University of Law (TSUL) is one of the leading universities in Uzbekistan. The university is renowned as a national center of legal science and education, which prestige extending far beyond the borders of the Republic. It is located at the core of Tashkent city and has three historical buildings, which were built in 1875 and which are included in the list of the cultural heritage of UNESCO. The University prepares students for the legal world with bachelor's degrees in law offered within the framework of five programs: Constitutional Law, Civil Law, Criminal Law, International Law, and Business Law. The campus has a University library, courtrooms for Moot court, a forensic laboratory, a coworking zone, and sports facilities to make the studying process interesting and useful. In addition, students can specialize further in their master’s degrees in law within subjects like public law and governance, law and medicine, and financial and legal monitoring. Students can study law in English medium and choose Russian or Uzbek as their second language. The campus has a library, courtrooms for Moot court, a forensic laboratory, a coworking zone, and sports facilities to study law abroad with comfortable facilities. Tashkent State University of Law alumni are recognized as some of the world’s most influential education leaders, and our distinguished professors are pioneers in Law today. They include not only leading academicians of Uzbekistan but also a great number of ministers, governors, top managers, lawyers, law specialists, members of Parliament, CEOs of National corporations, and Olympic Champions.

Faculties

  The university has specialized and general education departments. Specialized departments:
  • Public Law and Governance
  • Civil Law
  • Civil Procedural and Economic Procedural Law
  • Business Law
  • Labor Law
  • Theory and History Of State And Law
  • Ecological and Land Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Criminal Procedure and Criminalistics
  • Private International Law
  • International Law and Human Rights
  • Intellectual Property Law
General Education Departments:
  • General Sciences
  • Language Training
  • Physical Education and Sport

Accommodation

  The university provides safe and comfortable accommodations for students who choose to live in the university’s housing. The university provides 24-hour security and support services, including access to medical attention, when needed, laundry and dry cleaning services, and internet access. Each building is fully equipped with everything that students need for safe and comfortable living, including a dining hall, and a television room.  The university is responsible for keeping the buildings clean and well-maintained and for offering dry cleaning facilities. Each room is fully furnished and has individual air conditioning and a refrigerator. Students may also request an extra television for their rooms. The university’s student accommodation accommodates up to 1500 students.  Students can select either a single or double-furnished room. Students who reside in university housing have access to the entire facility and all university-owned equipment. Accommodations are designed to be safe and comfortable while providing an optimal academic environment. In addition, the university provides services such as laundry, dining, medical facilities, and internet access. 

International Cooperation

  The international cooperation of the University is based on about 50 agreements with foreign universities in Europe, Asia, USA research centers and research institutes, as well as embassies, international research, and educational centers in Uzbekistan and abroad. The partner universities of TSUL are Osaka University, Nagoya University, Boston Law School, the Queen Mary University of London, the University of Law (England), the German University of Administrative Sciences in Speyer, The German Research Institute of Public Law Management, National Research University – Higher School of Economics, Regensburg University, Shanghai University of Politics and Law, Ural State Law University, Polotsk State University, M. Narikbayev KAZGUU University, and many others. On September 7, 2005, the Center for the study of Japanese law and language was established. The purpose of the center is to provide students with the opportunity to study Japanese law in order to conduct a comparative legal analysis of Japanese legislation and develop proposals for improving Uzbek legislation taking into account national characteristics.  In 2020, it is planned to create a Center of German Law and Comparative Law at the Tashkent State University of Law in cooperation with Regensburg University (Germany). Within the framework of the signed memorandum, academic exchange of students and teachers is carried out, and joint research and internships are conducted.
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Uzbekistan State University of World Languages

About University

  Uzbekistan State University of World Languages is one of the leading universities in Tashkent city and Uzbekistan. The University of Uzbek State World Languages was established under the name of Tashkent State Pedagogy and Foreign Languages Institute in 1949. In 1992, after gaining independence, both the title and name of the institution were changed to the university and World Languages. University campuses are unique places to obtain knowledge and language skills for more than 6,000 students who desire to study languages in Uzbekistan. In fact, the university trains bachelors of languages in 15 directions and masters in 13 specialties on the basis of the “National Program of personnel training”. Qualified personnel training at the university is conducted following state educational standards. It has also the main national responsibility for training and requalification ESL teachers, creating and updating language textbooks, teaching methods, and strategies of study in Uzbekistan. In addition to that, the University also maintains its own printing service and coordinates the Centre for Development of Language Teaching Methods. University has more than 500 lecturers and teachers and more than 61 of them have or hold a doctorate degree in languages. All members of the academic staff are ready to assist students in all issues concerning their studying process and research works in journalism or philology. 

Faculties

  Uzbekistan State University of World Languages mainly focuses on language-related fields and it's divided into 7 faculties. The faculties are listed as follows:
  • First English language faculty
  • Second English language faculty
  • Third English language faculty
  • Roman and German Philology
  • Russian Philology
  • Translation Studies
  • International Journalism

Accommodation

  All the Uzbekistan State University of World Languages dormitory rooms are equipped, and the size and amount of conveniences vary. Two or three students can share a room at a hostel. Every room has a bed, mattress, pillow, blanket, desk, chair, heating, water system, and appropriate lighting for studying and leisure. There are open places where students can socialize and have fun. Particular accommodations are given to students upon their arrival on Campus, and following a satisfactory health report, the student is accommodated in the room that has been prepared for him. High-speed Wi-Fi is available in all rooms. Students have access to a kitchen at the hostel where they can prepare food to their preference. Students will also have their kitchenware. Food can be purchased from a variety of places. Self-study rooms are available in all hostels and are equipped with desks and chairs. Each hostel also has a laundry, canteen, gym, and library

International Cooperation

  The International Relations Department of the Uzbekistan State World Languages University has been functioning on the basis of the tasks arising from the “National Program on Preparation of the Specialists”, and also performs such functions as training highly qualified personnel, upgrading the teaching staff of the university in the best higher education institutions in Uzbekistan, along with leading universities and scientific centers of the world. Also, the priority areas of the department are the improvement and expansion of international cooperation of the university. The University concluded cooperation agreements with more than 25 foreign universities in Germany, Austria, France, the UK, the USA, Italy, Spain, Greece, Poland, China, South Korea, Egypt, Malaysia, India, and Russia. This process is strengthened through effective cooperation with diplomatic missions of foreign countries in Uzbekistan, educational and cultural centers, and international organizations  On the basis of the above-mentioned agreements, 18 foreign visiting professors are working at the University and teaching young specialists in philology. The University cooperates with the British Council within DUET (Development of Uzbekistan English Teachers). The training course consists of 144 hours and is conducted in three stages: face-to-face module – 2 weeks, distant learning module – 1-1,5 months, and second face-to-face module – 2 weeks. Networking – the University has been actively participating in TEMPUS and Erasmus Mundus projects of the European Union.
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Tashkent State Dental Institute

About Institute

  Tashkent State Dental Institute was founded in 2014. A high-quality education is provided by the institute in the fields of Physiology and Pathology, Surgery, General Medicine, Orthopaedic, etc. with its state-of-the-art infrastructure and technologically advanced classrooms, the institute is an excellent setting for anyone interested in pursuing a medical career. Today, training at the institute is carried out in 2 areas of education at undergraduate dentistry studies, 5 specialties of postgraduate medical courses, and 9 areas of clinical residency in Uzbek hospitals. The number of students is about 2,000, including 50 students with Masters and 164 clinical residents. The main goal of the Tashkent State Dental Institute is to train highly qualified medical personnel in the field of dental medicine following international requirements and standards of Uzbek medical education, strengthen and develop a material-technical base that meets modern requirements of the educational process, provide theoretical and practical training to future stomatologists to master their skills.  The main activities of students of dental courses are the implementation of scientific and practical research and development in the field of dentistry, maxillofacial surgery, and other areas, including using the latest achievements of biotechnology, cell, and regenerative medicine. 

Faculties

  The Tashkent State Dental Institute constitutes of the following faculties:
  • Faculty of Physiology and Pathology
  • Department of Surgery
  • Faculty of General Medicine
  • Faculty of Gynecology and Obs
  • Faculty of Paediatrics
  • Faculty of Orthopaedics
All the courses are available in English medium. Every faculty offers Undergraduate dental courses and Postgraduate MBBS programs. The most demanded program among international students is General Medicine, which lasts 6 years.   The mission of the Tashkent State Dental Institute is to achieve and maintain high-quality standards in medical education, scientific research, provision of medical care, and continuous professional development of doctors, as well as to promote national values in the modern conditions of globalization. 

Accommodation

  Hostels are available for all international students at Tashkent State Dental Institute. Each hostel room is fully furnished, safe, and supplied with hot and cold water throughout the year. Additionally, students have access to a common kitchen where they can prepare their food. The students have access to a laundry system, guest seating, and 24-hour Wi-Fi. Additionally, the gym is available for those with a fitness interest. For those who wish to study outside their rooms, the hostel also has a study room. Security at the hostel is high, and guests must present valid IDs to gain access. In case of any inconveniences or problems with the hostel service, a person can address the hostel supervisor, available every day of the week, and fix the issue immediately. The boys and girls live separately. Each room is shared by 2-3 people. 

International Cooperation

  Tashkent State Dental Institute also has partnerships with many other universities, located all around the globe, including the University Institute of Dentistry in Shanghai, Yevdokimov Moscow State Medical University in Russia, etc. Furthermore, Tashkent State Dental Institute encourages the exchange of both students and faculty, which greatly helped to establish scientific relationships with global universities to boost research opportunities. Under the Erasmus+, the Tashkent State Dental Institute currently has 45 Erasmus partners in 7 countries, offering exchange to students and staff in 4 professional higher education study programs – Dentistry, Physician Assistant, MBBS, and Gynecology. The partnerships are reviewed and evaluated, to strengthen each relationship.  The objective of participation in the Erasmus+ program is to continue the improvement of the quality and relevance of Health Care Education, high-skill professionalism, and research activities, and increase the competence and motivation of students and teachers. Participation in Erasmus+ projects is building awareness about different Health Care systems and equipping students and teachers with the skills that are necessary to meet all the future challenges of providing care in a transcultural society.
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Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute

About Institute

  Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute was originally established in 1972 as the Central Asian Pediatric Medical Institute. The main objective of the institute was to train highly qualified doctors and pediatricians due to the absence of pediatricians in the region and the high infant mortality rate. In 1989 the Uzbekistan Ministry of Health renamed the institute Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute. The Institute welcomes all international students to become a part of the most innovative Pediatric Institute in Uzbekistan. The specialists and professors of the institution work hard to deliver the best medical knowledge and share their experiences.  The Institute has prepared more than 29,500 medical doctors and practitioners since its founding in 1972. The institution’s mission is to provide the highest quality of courses in pediatrics and medicine for both local and international students in Uzbekistan. The teaching staff of the Institute consists of more than 500 doctors of sciences, professors, physicians, and associate professors training prominent professionals in the field of Pediatry through innovative pedagogy. The Institute includes 6 faculties of medicine, more than 150 dedicated clinical and theoretical departments, and modern Child Clinics and clinical bases in Tashkent for gaining medical knowledge in practice. 

Faculties

  • Faculty of Pediatrics 
  • Faculty of Pediatrics And Medical Biology 
  • International Faculty 
  • Faculty of General Medicine
  • Faculty of Medical Pedagogics 
  • Faculty Higher Nursing 
All the educational courses in medicine are available in English and Russian. Every faculty provides Undergraduate medical courses and Postgraduate study specialties in conjunction with dedicated clinical and theoretical departments. Clinical Residence and Internship programs are also available for each specialty. The main aim of the clinical residency is to provide professional knowledge and improve the medical skills of specialists to prepare highly qualified doctors for autonomous work in the healthcare field.  MD/MBBS – 6 years  PG/Ph.D. – 2 – 4 years 

Accommodation

  Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute offers accommodation in the form of hostels for its students. Hostel rules are rigid, however, and followed by all students. When the university hostel is full because of an influx of students, the university provides students with hostel homes upon presenting legal documentation.  All hostel guests must present valid identification cards and the building is well secured. Internet access is available at the hostel, as well as a clean and hygienic canteen. For those students who would like to cook for themselves, a kitchen is available. After a long day, students can rest in the comfortable environment of the hostel. At the hostel, the students are also provided with basic facilities such as groceries, transport facilities, public internet, advanced laboratories, and much more at a comparatively less price. It has separate rooms for males and females which are well furnished with all the basic amenities and equipment and are comfortable. Other than that, facilities such as a self-kitchen system, spacious playgrounds, advanced laboratories, a gymnasium, laundry, and high-speed internet are available at the hostels.

International Cooperation

  The Department of International Relations of TashPMI is a subdivision of the TashPMI administration performing organizational support for the Institute’s activities in the field of international relations. The main tasks:
  • development of international relations of TashPMI in training highly qualified medical personnel;
  • participation and support of joint projects for research programs;
  • organization of international seminars, symposiums, and conferences;
  • active cooperation with various international universities and medical organizations;
  • provide a broad range of information and consulting support services in issues related to international programs and donor foundations;
  • support foreign students and foreign experts invited to TashPMI. 
Active participation within bilateral partnership agreements and Asian exchange programs has promoted wide cooperation activities within the ERASMUS+ program. The number of agreements with European and Asian partner universities has grown tremendously within the last 5 years anticipating more intensive exchanges of students and teachers. At present, the Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institute has signed more than 1000 agreements with 450 educational institutions in 33 Asian programs and over 35 Inter-institutional agreements with 17 partner countries.
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Termez State University

About University

  Termez State University was founded in 1992. It is a non-profit public higher education institution situated in the City of Termez, in the far south of the Republic of Uzbekistan.  It was reorganized on February 28, 1992, by the decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan. There are more than 630 highly qualified teaching staff educating students at University and also 31 doctorate students, 360 master’s students, and about 13,500 undergraduate students. The classes are conducted in Uzbek, Russian, English, German, and Tajik languages. The diverse academic courses include 23 Bachelor’s programs in English, 11 Master's courses in English and Uzbek, and 10 programs for Ph.D. In addition to the main curriculum, Termez State University organizes extra activities such as training with experts, seminars, and workshops for both teachers and students. It helps to make the study of natural and social sciences in Uzbekistan interesting and useful for both local and international students. The university is considered to be prestigious among national universities in Uzbekistan. For information 13 students finished the Republican contest on subjects successfully and got awarded places. University hosts several international and national conferences annually. The campus and meeting halls satisfy all needs of international standards. Termez State University also provides several academic and non-academic facilities and services to students including a library, housing, sports facilities, internships abroad, study abroad and exchange programs in Uzbekistan, online courses in English, and distance learning opportunities, as well as administrative services.

Faculties

  The University includes 9 Faculties:
  • Faculty of Physics-mathematics
  • Faculty of Natural sciences and geography
  • Faculty of Philology
  • Faculty of Pedagogy
  • Faculty of Physical training
  • Faculty of Techniques and Professional Education
  • Faculty of Economics
  • Faculty of History
  • Faculty of Refreshment of Teachers
Termez State University ensures high-quality practical classes for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. It owns more than 30 scientific and educational laboratories, located in different parts of the city and country. The University also has a wide range of agreements with local and international clinics, scientific and forensic centers, business schools, and public and private organizations.

Accommodation

  The hostel of Termez State University is situated not far from the studying campuses in a peaceful park area. The infrastructure of the area is well-developed. There are cafes, grocery stores, banks, sports centers, and everything that would satisfy the daily needs of the students. The male and female students live in separate zones of the hostel. Each room is shared by 2-4 people.  The dormitory has all the modern and necessary amenities like fully furnished rooms, central heating, running cold and hot water, laundry, kitchen, meeting rooms, free Wi-Fi, and vending machines with snacks. The pass turnstile and surveillance cameras, located at the entrance, ensure the security of the residents. Termez State University hostels are totally safe: there are 24/7 security, a pass system, and video surveillance. The area of the University and the major routes, used by students, from the hostels to the studying campuses are patrolled by officers of the guard service.

International Cooperation

  Termez State University has a great number of collaborative agreements with institutions from different countries in Europe and Asia. Some of them are:
  • Munich, Bonn, Giessen, and Munster Universities (Germany)
  • Charles University (Czech Republic)
  • Ruzomberok Catholic University (Slovakia)
  • Munich University (Germany)
  • Bonn University (Germany)
  • Giessen University (Germany)
  • Munster University (Germany)
  • Pisa and University University of L’Aquila (Italy)
  • Soka and Rissho Universities (Japan)
  • Northwest University (China)
  • Lyon University (France)
  • Moscow State Pedagogical University (Russia)
  • Moscow State Universities (Russia)
  • Vladimir State University (Russia)
  • Ethnology Institute of Academy of Science (Russia)
  • Keimyung University (South Korea)
Moreover, students are participating in different summer schools and internships in Germany, Japan, and Russia, and also attended international conferences with their scientific articles and several international youth festivals. Students from the Faculty of Physical culture are making great progress in the field of sports participating in international competitions. Thus, the university is in first place for sports achievements among republican universities. The University participated in two Tempus projects (TuCAHEA, SAMUz) and obtained good experience on Tempus projects and on working international projects. Currently, two Erasmus+ projects are successfully conducted: PAWER (Paving the way to interregional mobility and ensuring relevance, quality, and equity of access) and INTRAS (Intelligent Transport Systems: New ICT – based Master’s Curricula for Uzbekistan). Every student or member of the academic staff has a unique opportunity to take part in such an exchange program. The main aim is to boost their knowledge and skills, by receiving completely new cultural experiences concerning their field of study, and methods of studying, developing creative skills with the use of modern media, and gaining experience in implementing scientific projects.
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Namangan State University

About University

  Namangan State University is one of the biggest higher educational institutions in Uzbekistan with more than 28,000 students and over 1000 teaching staff. It is located in Namangan province and gives students the ability to study pedagogy and psychology at Uzbekistan's best university.  The University presents 42 Bachelors's educational programs, 15 Master's specialization programs, 10 programs for Ph.D., and 15 additional programs for correspondence doctoral studies. Students can study in English mediums such disciplines as economics, arts, music culture, medical science, and others. The teaching staff is highly educated: 46% of them have Ph.D. and Doctoral levels degrees.  Currently, 714 professors and teachers work in 16 faculties, and 46 departments. Namangan State University gladly welcomes both, local and international applicants. According to the latest data, there are 13951 full-time undergraduate students, 2928 evening students, 8732 part-time students, and 1704 master’s students. To improve the scientific appearance of the university, many professors and researchers have been working on projects and scientific works. Recently, the number of articles in journals that are international base by NamSU professors has reached 419. 

Faculties

  The University strives to develop in all the possible directions, keeping up with the time and innovations, which explains a wide range of courses, related to all the nowadays spheres of life.   The faculties of the University are:
  • Faculty of Mathematics
  • Faculty of Physics
  • Faculty of Natural Sciences
  • Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology
  • Faculty of Preschool and Primary education
  • Faculty of Philology
  • Faculty of English Philology
  • Faculty of Foreign Languages
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Physical Culture
  • Faculty of Arts
  • Faculty of Economics
  • Faculty of Biotechnology
  • Faculty of Music Education and Culture
  • Faculty of Medicine
Each faculty has undergraduate and postgraduate courses studied in English medium. The mode of study can be full-time, part-time, or online, following the choice of the applicant.  

Accommodation

  Namangan State University is pleased to guarantee places at its dormitory for all the students, who come from other cities or countries. The building is located not far from the studying campuses. The supermarkets, cafes, and sports centers are in the same area.  All the premises are fully furnished and ensured with modern conveniences like cold and hot water, electricity, free Wi-Fi, central heating during the winter, etc. The dormitories are safe, owing to the surveillance cameras and strict pass system. The outdoor territory is surrounded by supermarkets, cafes, coffee bars, banks, and sports centers. The female and male students live separately. Each room is shared by 2-3 people.  The dormitory also has a warden, which is responsible for the security and well-being of the residents.

International Cooperation

  Namangan State University cooperates with a great number of international Universities. Among these partners, there are academic institutions, situated in different parts of the world:
  • Institute of International Education (Sweden)
  • A.Tsenov Academy of Economics (Bulgaria)
  • Drezden technical and economic Institute (Germany)
  • Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz (Germany)
  • Magdeburg-Stendel University (Germany)
  • Silesian University of Technology (Poland)
  • University College of Applied Sciences (Norway)
  • Varna Technical University (Bulgaria)
  • University College of Economics and Culture (Latvia)
  • Groningen University (Netherlands)
  • Pisa University (Italy)
  • Multimedia University (Malaysia)
  • Incheon University (South Korea)
  • Wonkwang University (South Korea)
Namangan State University has actively participated in European commission projects. In the Tempus program, NamSU participated and organized a project under the title - Towards a Central Asian Higher education area: Tuning structures and Building Quality culture. Besides that, NamSU was involved in projects in Erasmus+(ModeHEd, IMEP, UZDOC2.0). With the help of those projects, University professors and teachers, and students managed to improve their working and studying careers considerably.
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Navoi State Pedagogical Institute

About Institute

  Navoi State Pedagogical Institute was established by the Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Uzbek USSR in 1983. By the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated February 28, 1992, it was granted the status of Navoi State Pedagogical Institute.  Navoi State Pedagogical Institute is located in 6 areas of the city. Students can study pedagogy in English in 8 educational buildings for 5600 seats, take their sports classes in 5 renovated sports fields and 2 gyms, and enjoy their national or local Uzbek food in 3 student kitchens. It started with the faculties of Uzbek language, literature, physics, and mathematics and has since expanded to include faculties of foreign languages, physical education, medicine, history, arts, natural sciences, and English language and literature. The university has eight buildings which are spread across six different sections of the city of Navoi. It has in the region of 8,000 full-time students, the vast majority of undergraduates, and more than 5,000 part-time students including several hundred who study in the evening. It is set for continued expansion, with the national government in October 2021 announcing plans for another 6,000 student places and 20 new disciplines in pedagogy. The international relations department was created in 2018. Partnership agreements for students wanted to study MBBS abroad have recently been signed with Malaysia’s Management and Science University and for e-training with Sunderland University.

Faculty

  • Faculty of Preschool and Primary Education
  • Faculty of Uzbek Language and Literature
  • Faculty of History
  • Faculty of Physics, Astronomy, and Technological Education
  • Faculty of Foreign Languages
  • Faculty of Art History
  • Faculty of Natural Sciences
  • Faculty of Physical Culture
  • Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics
  • Faculty of Medicine
Each faculty offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Each program is introduced in the English language. The most demanded are courses in MBBS and Information Technologies. The institute prepares bachelor's in 27 fields of study and master's in 17 fields. The amount of undergraduate local and international students in full-time education is 7,755, in correspondence – 1,152, in special correspondence – 1,053, and the number of students in the magistracy is 180 people.

Accommodation

  ​​The Institute has comfortable dormitories, where international students may study and live throughout the whole academic year. It is a completely renovated and well-furnished building surrounded by parks and food stores. Every dorm building has a convenient location - near the city center, bus stop, or 10-15 minutes from the Institute.  The boys and girls live separately. Each room is shared by 2-3 people. All the rooms are fully furnished and equipped with double-glazed windows, which keep warm during the winter season. The dormitory always provides essential amenities like hot and cold water, good lighting, a common kitchen, laundry, 24-hour Wi-Fi zone. It also has a hall for cultural events and a gym. Especially great care is taken about the nutrition of students: there are two canteens on the territory of the institute, one of which specializes in the preparation of national dishes. Navoi State Pedagogical Institute devotes particular attention to the local and international students’ safety: there is special security, a pass system, and video surveillance. The main routes from the dormitory to the campuses are protected and patrolled by officers of the guard service.

International Cooperation

  Navoi State Pedagogical Institute has a reliable partnership with numerous foreign universities and research centers. Such collaborations allow me to gain valuable experience and improve the skills of both, teachers and students. The partners are:
  • Polotsk State University (Belarus Republic)
  • Francis Skorina Gomel State University (Belarus Republic)
  • Mazyr State Pedagogical University named after I.P. Samiakin (Belarus Republic)
  • Moscow State University (Russia)
  • Moscow State Pedagogical University (Russia)
  • Bashkir State University (Russia)
  • Tver State University (Russia)
  • Astrakhan State University (Russia)
  • Alcorn State University (USA)
  • California State University (USA)
  • Douglas College (USA)
  • Goethe University (Germany)
  • Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz (Germany)
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National University of Uzbekistan

About University

  The National University of Uzbekistan is the leading university in Central Asia. In addition, it is the oldest and largest university in Uzbekistan. Over its century-long existence, the university has reached significant achievements, recognized throughout the world in various fields of scientific knowledge, and has trained over 100,000 highly qualified specialists. University provides undergraduate and postgraduate educational programs in 12 faculties, and 74 departments. Studying humanities is taken place at the Scientific Research Institute of semiconductors physics and microelectronics, the Institute of biophysics and biochemistry, the Center for nanotechnologies development, 5 museums, the academic base “Botany”, the scientific library, the House of Culture, 9 dormitories, Sports Complex, and Water Sports Hall. More than 29 academicians, more than 150 doctors of sciences and professors, and about 400 candidates of sciences, doctors of philosophy, and associate professors carry out scientific and pedagogical activities at the National University.  The National University of Uzbekistan has extremely high scientific potential. It is the basic institution of higher education in the country. Exactly here, the state educational standards and curriculums for all universities of Uzbekistan are created and introduced into the educational process to help the student to study pedagogy and social sciences in Uzbekistan.

Faculties

  The National University of Uzbekistan includes undergraduate and postgraduate courses to study in 15 faculties and 74 departments. The faculties are:
  • Mathematics
  • Applied Mathematics and Intellectual Technologies
  • Physics
  • Geology and Geoinformation Systems
  • Geography and Natural Resources
  • Hydrometeorology
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Social Sciences
  • History
  • Economics
  • Foreign Philology
  • Journalism
  • Taekwondo and Sport Studies
  • Uzbek-Israel Joint Faculty of Mathematical Engineering and Computer Science
All students can study in the English language. Online learning in Uzbek universities is available just for such specialties as Economics, Management, Computer Science, and Information Technologies.  Any Bachelor’s full-time program lasts 4 years, in the case of evening classes the duration increases to 4,5 years, and if the student selects a correspondence course, he will study for 5 years. The National University of Uzbekistan Master’s program is supposed to be 2 years and Ph.D. – 3 years.

Accommodation

  The National University of Uzbekistan provides renovated apartments for all its students. Safe and cozy living conditions are guaranteed to international students. There are special hostels for foreign citizens, located not far from the educational campuses. The accommodation is provided completely for free. The boys and girls live separately. Each room is fully furnished and shared by 2-3 people.  The hostel includes all the necessary amenities like central heating, cold and hot running water, washing machines, a common kitchen, meeting rooms, and 24-hour access to Wi-Fi. In case of any questions, the student can address the hostel supervisor, available any day of the week. The security system includes tourniquets at the entrances of the buildings, monitoring cameras at public places, and police patrol. Within a radius of 200 meters from the hostel there are grocery stores, a clinic, a metro station, banks, and fast food restaurants.

International Cooperation

  The National University of Uzbekistan cooperates with 100 higher educational and scientific institutions from 32 developed countries. Particularly, it has the most long-term partnership with Moscow State University named after V.M. Lomonosov, Seoul National University, and California State University. The international department ensures the admission of foreign citizens to all forms of education, coordination, and control of the training of foreign specialists at various educational levels at specialized faculties and educational and scientific institutes of the University and its separate structural divisions.  The National University of Uzbekistan has signed agreements of cooperation with many popular international institutes in Europe and Asia. International university cooperation is a fundamental component of teaching and research at Asia and Europe universities. It also strengthens the intercultural skills of students and teachers and at the same time contributes to raising the profile of Asia universities and the European higher education system.
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Fergana Medical Institute of Public Health

About Institute

  Fergana Medical Institute was established in 1991 and is located in the city of Fergana, Uzbekistan. Fergana Medical Institute of Public Health ranks 8th position among all medical universities in Uzbekistan. University operates as a Medical Center of Fergana State University. A few years later, University was given the status of a government medical institute and was renamed Fergana Medical Institute of Public Health.  Nowadays university is one of the most popular places to study MBBS in Uzbekistan. It provides a long-cycle degree in medicine and undergraduate and postgraduate courses in healthcare sciences.  Fergana Medical Institute is a government university and functions under the administration of the Ministry of Education and Science of Uzbekistan. Every student receives a recognized medical degree and gets an opportunity to study medicine and sciences. University offers courses at the Undergraduate level in general medicine, and courses in preventive medicine, and nursing. Students can study traditional medicine and biomedical engineering in Uzbekistan. The institute receives a good number of applications from Indian students every year for MBBS courses in English medium in Uzbekistan.  Fergana Medical Institute has accreditation with WHO and MCI/NMC. It valid its degree and made it globally recognized. Fergana Medical Institute of Public Health is one of the best medical institutes having 147 professors and around 19 departments on campus.

Faculties 

  If students want to study medicine in Uzbek universities, Fergana Medical Institute of Public Health provides studying process in such faculties:
  • General Medicine (MD/MBBS)
  • Medical Prevention and Public Health
  • International Faculty
The duration of the medical course at Fergana Institute is 5 years which also includes internships abroad or in the affiliated hospitals. It will give theoretical as well as practical exposure to the students and an opportunity to learn from senior or experienced doctors.

Accommodation

  Fergana Medical Institute of Public Health provides a separate hostel facility for both boys and girls. The hostels with 1500 bed capacity are equipped with all the latest amenities for a comfortable and homely stay. Rooms are offered with 2 and 3 beds sharing, which helps students to find new friends and assimilate into a new society. The hostel canteen is free to access for every student and foreign lecturer and gives them the ability to enjoy Uzbek national cuisine.  All rooms have access to free Wi-fi and are equipped with essential modern amenities like a pillow, blanket, bedsheet, beds, tables, and chairs that are already added to the basic necessity list. For student recreation gyms, reading rooms and sports complex facilities are also available.

International Cooperation 

  The main aim of Fergana Medical Institute of Public Health is the organization of participation in programs of international exchange, an internship abroad, and practice of applicants of all levels, pedagogical, scientific-pedagogical, and scientific workers; attracting specialists from other countries to work at the University and organizing the activities of the structural divisions of the University to intensify their participation in international educational and scientific projects. The international department ensures the admission of foreign citizens to all forms of education, coordination, and control of the training of foreign specialists at various educational levels at specialized faculties and educational and scientific institutes of the University and its separate structural divisions.  Fergana Medical Institute of Public Health has signed agreements of cooperation with many popular international institutes in Europe and Asia. Joint programs with higher education institutions of the Russian Federation have also been established for the students of the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry, Pediatrics, Pharmacy, etc which are managed efficiently by the International department and contributes to the overall development and benefit of the students.
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Turin Polytechnic University, Tashkent

About University

  Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent is a non-profit public higher education institution in Uzbekistan. Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent was established in 2009 in partnership with Politecnico di Torino, Italy. University provides a studying process for over 1,600 students in the field of technical studies and engineering courses. TTPU's main objective is to prepare specialists for the automotive, mechanical engineering, electrical industries, and companies in the field of civil engineering and construction, and the power industry, following the educational programs adopted in collaboration with Politecnico di Torino, Italy. Applicants can study languages, cultures, and the implications of social, political, economic, and technological change in Uzbekistan through the encouragement of study, and scientific research off-campus and abroad. TPUT graduates will receive double degrees in higher education with the award of the Politecnico di Torino (POLITO) Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees to TPUT students. As stated in the Charter of TTPU Campus, the graduates of TTPU will receive a TTPU higher degree according to the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan and a degree from POLITO according to the law of the Italian Republic as a consequence of the signature of a Double Degree Agreement between TTPU and POLITO.  ​​The main objective of the university is to give students the ability to study engineering and have courses in technical sciences following educational programs approved by Politecnico di Torino (Italy) and generally recognized international requirements for the quality of higher education in Uzbekistan and abroad, as well as the goals and objectives of the National Program on personnel training of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Faculties

  • Faculty of Humanitarian-Economic Sciences
  • Faculty of Natural-Mathematical Science
  • Faculty of Control and Computer Engineering
  • Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture
  • Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Accommodation

  The Dormitory of Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent (TPUT) is a 4-story building providing conditions for a comfortable stay for foreign teachers and international students. All bedrooms are in great condition and equipped with comfortable beds and wardrobes. Every student and foreign teacher can use the common kitchen at every time.  The administration of the University carries out constant work for improving the living conditions for the foreign teaching staff and students and provides advanced communication technologies, material, and technical support for the hostel. Every hostel resident can use every common room in the building, including the library, gym, canteen, and resting rooms. All rooms are well-furnished and ready to use at every time and day. The allocation of seats and the settlement of the teaching staff at the dormitory is carried out with the direct participation of the University administration. The University administration tries to provide dormitory accommodation for all foreign teachers of the University. General management in the organization and functioning of the University dormitory is carried out by the chief engineer of the University. The dormitory is located on the territory of Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent.

International Cooperation

  Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent closely cooperates with leading European, American, and Asian universities and international organizations for the past 12 years. It assigned cooperation agreements with over 40 universities and companies from 19 foreign countries. Joint educational projects, industry-level cooperation, training, and exchange programs are held in collaboration with partners. Functions of the International Relations department:
  • spreading information about foreign educational, scientific, and cultural programs, projects, competitions, and grants;
  • information support for the promotion of educational programs and scientific projects of the University and its structural subdivisions;
  • participation in the organization of reception, accommodation, and stay of foreign delegations, individual teachers, scientists, and students at the University;
  • consulting the employees and students of the university concerning their participation in and work with international programs, projects, and grants, registration of documents for passport and visa services;
  • registration of the passage of educational and scientific internships of the staff and students of the University in foreign countries;
  • registration and monitoring of cooperation agreements with foreign educational and scientific institutions, organizations, and foundations.
University gives students the ability to study technical sciences in Uzbekistan, enriching their cultural experiences and practical skills. Turin Polytechnic University is providing student exchange programs. Such programs allow university students to study or undergo internships abroad for 1 or 2 academic semesters. The exchange takes place on the basis of a partnership agreement between universities. The main goals of such programs are to improve the quality of education and the development of cultural and economic ties between countries. Undergo to exchange programs in Uzbek universities can be carried out both at the expense of the student and the expense of grants allocated from various grant programs in Uzbekistan.  Partner Universities:
  • School of Electrical Engineering at Seoul National University
  • Weimar Bauhaus University
  • Earthquake Damage Analysis Center
  • Riga Technical University
  • Kazakh-British Technical University
  • Kazan Federal University
  • National Academy of Educational Sciences, Institute of Pedagogy
  • Volgograd State Technical University
  • Don State Technical University
  • Putra Business School
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Tashkent State Pedagogical University

About University

  The Tashkent State Pedagogical University was founded on September 14, 1935, as a pedagogical institute based on the pedagogical faculty of Central Asian State University. On February 24, 1998, the Institute was accreditated by the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan.   The highly qualified scientific and pedagogical staff of the University provide high-quality education for students wanted to study at Uzbek university. Students and teachers can work in modern laboratories of Uzbekistan, information resources centers, information technology centers, centers for advanced training and retraining, and educational and recreational camps and get their invaluable knowledge and skills.  University prepares students in undergraduate courses in 23 educational directions and postgraduate courses in 32 specialties, and doctoral studies in English medium in 16 specialties. The University has a specialized scientific council for the defense of doctoral dissertations (Ph.D., DSc). Highly qualified scientific and pedagogical staff (467 specialists) of the University provide high-quality education for students. University provides a study of natural science for 5,127 students. The university also has a second form of higher education, part-time and evening education. A total of 640 students are enrolled in second tertiary education in Uzbekistan. The number of students studying in the form of correspondence education was 200, and in the form of evening education – 75. The University has established international cooperation with many reputable foreign universities. There are also many extensive facilities for foreign students. Currently, the university enrolls more than 4,000 international students to study biology and natural science

Faculties

  The Faculty of Natural Sciences includes the following departments:
  • The department of Methods of Teaching Biology
  • The department of Methods of Teaching Geography
  • The department of Zoology and Anatomy
  • The department of Botany, Ecology, and Cell Biology
  • The department of Methods of teaching Chemistry
The other faculties are as follows:
  • Faculty of Primary Education
  • Faculty of Pedagogics
  • Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
  • Faculty of History
  • Faculty of Vocational Education
  • Faculty of Foreign Languages
  • Faculty of Pre-Military Training
  • Faculty of Special Pedagogy
  • Faculty of Innovation Pedagogy
  • Faculty of Part-Time Department
  • Faculty of Preschool Education
All the educational courses are available to study in English and Uzbek. Every faculty provides Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses in biology, chemistry, and life sciences.       Bachelor’s degree – 4 years      Master’s degree – 1.5-2 years

Accommodation

  Tashkent State Pedagogical University pays special attention to the safety and living comfort of foreign students and invited foreign lecturers and professors. All dormitory buildings are renovated and well-furnished. Necessary furniture and equipment had been installed by the beginning of this academic year. TSPU campus is equipped with all modern security systems – reliable fire and video camera systems. There is a spacious hall with video and TV equipment on each floor of the dormitory, there is a kitchen, toilets, and showers in each section. Study and reading rooms take place on each floor and are freely accessible to all students and international lecturers. The rooms are qualitatively different from the old-style hostels. They were created for the comfort and coziness of University students and guests and were made with modern design and furniture. All rooms are equipped with bedding, bookshelves, and study tables.  Kitchens are common for every floor, but always available for every hostel resident.

International Cooperation

  The university is expanding its cooperation with foreign universities and international educational organizations. It raises the educational system of Uzbekistan to international standards and becomes an urgent task for the country. In recent years, the university has established partnerships with leading European and Asian universities, such as Germany, Latvia, Spain, the Republic of Korea, China, Egypt, Russia, Kazakhstan, and Turkmenistan. The main activities of the International Relations Department are:
  • international cooperation with foreign educational institutions, scientific centers, and international organizations;
  • admission to Uzbek universities;
  • conducting international events (meetings, seminars, conferences, symposiums, anniversary dates);
  • participation in international exchange programs (projects, grants, scholarships);
  • sending representatives of the University to study abroad to improve the level of professional skills, and acquaintance with the general system of education in the directions of scientific research in priority areas;
  • invitation of foreign teachers, and lecturers and conducting joint research, etc.
TSPU signed agreements on cooperation with more than 20 Korean universities, as well as several European and Asian universities:
  • Freiburg university named after Albert Ludwig
  • Freiburg Pedagogical University
  • Egyptian Universities Helwan and Banha
  • Leningrad State Pedagogical University named after Pushkin
  • Moscow State University
  • Omsk State Pedagogical University
  • Ural State Pedagogical University
  • Taraz State Pedagogical University (Kazakhstan)
  • The Spanish University of Malaga
  • The Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University
  • Gyanja State University
  • Shaanxi Normal and East China Universities (China).
The university community also is actively working with the Embassy of Azerbaijan and the Cultural Center of Heydar Aliyev in Tashkent. Various delegations from foreign higher education establishments regularly visit the TSPU to exchange experiences in the field of education. On the basis of academic mobility, teachers, professors, and students are regularly sent to foreign universities to study the experience, improve their skills and participate in various conferences.
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Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute

About Institute

  Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute is a private higher education institution located in the urban setting of the small city of Chirchik, Tashkent. Officially recognized by the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialized Education of Uzbekistan, the University 2022 enrolls over 8,000-9,000 local and international students who decide to get a higher degree in Uzbekistan. Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute offers undergraduate courses and postgraduate programs in English and officially recognized higher education degrees in several areas of study. The academic staff consists of over 600 famous professionals in natural and social science, that help the international student to assimilate and study abroad. International applicants are eligible to apply for enrollment. Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute also provides several academic and non-academic facilities and services to students including a library, sports facilities, online courses in English, and distance learning opportunities, as well as administrative services. The courses in pedagogy provide students with the competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate their teaching. They experience various examples of teaching as well as work with applying selected pedagogical principles and use these to make informed decisions about their teaching. Finally, every student of the Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute is engaged in discussions of key issues concerning teaching and learning in higher education more generally. 

Faculties 

  • Faculty of Physics and Chemistry
  • Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics
  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Faculty of Preschool Education
  • Faculty of Primary Education
  • Faculty of Tourism
  • Faculty of Sports and Call Military Education
  • Faculty of Arts
  • Faculty of Natural Sciences
Bachelor’s degree – 4 years  Master’s degree – 2 years Today, bachelor’s degree specialists in English, Russian and Uzbek languages are being trained in the field of sports education and pedagogy science,  and such disciplines as molecular biology, genomics, bioinformatics, microbiology, biochemistry, genetics are being taught to provide them with modern knowledge and skills. 

Accommodation

  Chirchiq State Pedagogical Institute made all possible conditions in the dormitories for students of the institute and foreign students from all over the world. The hostel provides access to all study rooms and appreciates students' desire to study at a popular Uzbek university Branches of the library of the institute were established in the dormitories. All students living in dormitories are members of these libraries and have permanent access to all resources of information and digital studying technology. Studying abroad is a great opportunity to make valuable contacts, so students in the University's multicultural community are ready to meet students from abroad and help them in living.  To improve the living conditions of students and for cultural recreation, all rooms have been equipped with new soft and hard furniture. The dormitory is equipped with a single laundry complex in the higher educational institutions of the region. To provide regular heat to the dormitories, a modern heating system is installed. There are showers and laundry rooms on all floors for students. Modern washing machines and gas stoves, and refrigerators are installed on the floors. The dormitories have Wi-Fi and Internet access to encourage students to study new or help them to relax after classes.

International Cooperation 

  The main objective of international cooperation at the university is the integration into the global educational environment through its participation in international programs and cooperation with foreign educational institutions, the extension of teaching staff, researchers, and students’ mobility, and the attraction of foreign students to enter the University. The Chirchik State Pedagogical Institute of the Tashkent region has established cooperation relations with higher education institutions of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan, and within the framework of the cooperation, the exchange of students and professors and other types of work are taken place every study year. You can get acquainted with partner foreign higher education institutions in the table below.
  • S. Pushkin Leningrad State University
  • State Institute of the Russian Language named after A. S. Pushkin
  • South Kazakhstan Pedagogical University
  • Kazakhstan Peoples ‘ Friendship University of Engineering and Pedagogy
  • Regional Social Innovation University
  • South Kazakhstan State University named after Mukhtar Avezov
  • Shymkent University
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Karshi State University

About University

  Karshi State University is a large, multidisciplinary university in Uzbekistan operating in a multi-level education system. It was founded in 1952 and during years of working become one of the most popular study destinations in Uzbekistan. More than 55,000 prominent students have completed their studies and get invaluable knowledge and skills. University was accredited by the State Inspectorate for Quality Control in Education under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Karshi State University welcomes international students from different countries and provides them with access to high-quality education through innovative methods of teaching and learning which are responsive to their needs and development priorities. University is a multidisciplinary educational establishment that offers Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses and study programs in English in several areas of study. At present, University has 14 faculties to study humanities and technical sciences, 42 departments, and a separate Pedagogical Institute across three campuses. The university also includes the Kasan College of Agrotechnology, Guzar Industrial College, and the University Academic Lyceum. Karshi State University offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses for about 26,000 students in all forms of education, including branches. Over 1,100 are studying in secondary vocational education programs of humanities. The university has 1,571 employees in various positions, that are famous as specialists in the field of technical sciences or humanities and are ready to be in permanent touch with students and assist them concerning all issues in the studying process.

Faculties

  • The Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Sciences;
  • The Faculty of Chemistry and Biology;
  • The Faculty of Arts;
  • The Faculty of Physical Training;
  • The Faculty of Philology;
  • The Faculty of History;
  • The Faculty of Roman-German Philology;
  • The Faculty of Pedagogy;
  • The Faculty of International Educational Programs;
  • The Faculty of Physics;
  • The Faculty of English Philology;
  • The Faculty of Geography and Agronomy;
  • The Faculty of Medicine;
  • The Faculty Oo Economics.

Accommodation

  Karshi State University provides its international students with apartments in Student Dormitory. The building has all conditions for living, studying, and relaxing. A typical residence has a living room (equipped with modern TV, and upholstered furniture), a spiritual room, a few kitchens, and a library. Every student has an opportunity to enjoy their free time at the Campus territory during sports activities in the gym, football fields, basketball fields, and tennis courts. All rooms at the student dormitories are fully equipped and furnished: a single bed, mattress, pillow, blanket, study desk with a chair, a cupboard, etc. Every apartment has unlimited Internet access to provide permanent access to study.  A great majority of supermarkets, and shopping malls, are located nearby, so, you will not have any problems buying everything you need. Karshi State University ensures 24/7 security to give students a feeling of comfort and safety.

International Cooperation

  Cooperation agreements have been signed with 45 foreign universities at Karshi State University. The University is an active participant in international educational programs. Currently, the university has signed agreements on cooperation in science and education with more than 70 foreign educational institutions. The university implements a wide range of international educational programs in humanities in the amount of 6 bachelor's and 3 bilateral master’s programs.  Studying abroad is a great opportunity to find yourself in another country. Students exhibit higher degrees of awareness, and acceptance of cultural diversity, and an increase in their cultural capital. Students also get to experience studying and living in other countries, they can master the local language, develop their self-confidence in students and help prepare themselves for university. Karshi State University gives its students the possibility to implement the results of their studies in life during all exchange processes. Karshi State University international key partners:
  • Dongduk Women’s University;
  • Korea International Cooperation Agency;
  • Royal Institute of Technology;
  • Belgorod State University;
  • Erasmus+
  • The University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Sofia, etc.
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Bukhara State University

About University

  Bukhara State University received its governmental accreditation in 1992. Bukhara State University ranked 1st in Uzbekistan in the 2018 national rankings in graduates quality. Studying foreign languages and social science is a great opportunity to improve your level of knowledge in various study fields and get a higher degree in a top-ranked University.  In 2021, University become the best study destination for more than 22,000 students, who wanted to study pedagogy or languages in Undergraduate or Postgraduate Courses. The number of prominent and professional academic staff is nearly 900 in 13 faculties. They are ready to assist students at every step of the education process and consult them about every research project. There are more than 100 international cooperation agreements of the university with foreign partners. The number of international students in Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses has reached 500. Special attention is given to double-degree programs. In 2021, 4 Bachelor's and 4 Master's double degree programs are operating with high-ranked foreign universities. Bukhara State University ranks among the top universities in Uzbekistan and Central Asia with a developed international partners network. The university is a constant member of international educational projects, such as Erasmus+, UNICEN, and others, close ties are established with international organizations like JICA, KOICA, British Council, etc.  

Faculties

  • Faculty of Pedagogy
    • Psychology
    • Labor Education
    • Pedagogy 
  • Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
    • Information Technologies
    • Mathematics
    • Physics
  • Faculty of Natural Sciences
    • Biology
    • Chemistry
    • Ecology
  • Faculty of Philology
    • Uzbek Literature
    • Uzbek Philology
    • Russian Language and Literature
  • Faculty of Foreign Languages
    • German and French languages
    • English Philology
    • English Literature
    • Department of Foreign Languages in Humanitarian Direction
    • Department of Foreign Languages in Natural Directions
  • Faculty of Preschool and Primary School Education
    • Elementary Education
    • Preschool Education
    • Elementary Education Methodology
  • Faculty of History and Cultural Heritage
    • History and Source-Study of Islam, Philosophy
    • National Ideas, Foundations of Spirituality and Law
    • History of Bukhara
    • World History
  • Faculty of Physical Education
    • Theory and Methodology of Physical Education
    • Physical Education
  • Faculty of Basic Military Education
    • Basic Military Education 
  • Faculty of Economics and Tourism
    • Economics
    • Tourism and Hotel Management
    • The Economy of the Service Sector
  • Faculty of Art
    • Fine Arts and Engineering Graphics
    • Musical Education
  • Faculty of Agronomy and Biotechnology
    • Soil Science and Geography

Accommodation

  The accommodation provided for the students of Bukhara State University will allow them to enjoy their independence in safe, welcoming, and sociable surroundings. The university provides comfortable conditions for all willing international students. The administration of the University is ready to do its best to make the life of international students in Uzbekistan comfortable and remember, that is why all places are renovated and pleasant to live and study in. Rooms are fully equipped with furniture: beds, tables, desks, chairs, and wardrobes. One of the main features of the Student Dormitory is round-the-clock security, video surveillance, and a pass-through system. Due to it every resident can feel safe on the territory and enjoy its privacy. Every room is equipped with full bedding that changes three times a month. All furniture is modern and new in every room of the hostel. Studying and reading rooms are in permanent access to study and relax. An uninterrupted supply of cold and hot water is guaranteed for every resident. For comfortable rest, free WI-FI in the lobby and rooms is also available.

International Cooperation

  Bukhara State University has a huge amount of signed collaboration agreements and memoranda with 128 foreign universities and educational organizations. It opens for students several possibilities to live and study abroad, get into new cultures and traditions, improve their level of foreign languages and get new experiences during international internships Foreign partner of Bukhara State University is a famous education institution abroad, educational organization, international organization, and funds. There are some of them:
  • Fukuoka Education Research Center – Japan
  • Aquila University – Italy
  • Yongsan University – Korea
  • Omsk State Pedagogical University – Russian Federation
  • Sultan Idris Pedagogical University – Malaysia
  • Novosibirsk State University – Russian Federation
  • Moscow State Pedagogical University – Russian Federation
  • University of Pisa – Italy
  • University of Padua – Italy
  • Alikante University – Spain
  • South Kazakhstan State Pedagogical Institute – Kazakhstan
  • Kazan Federal University – Russian Federation
  • M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University – Russian Federation
  • Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences – Russian Federation
  • Sh. Kokshetauskim State University named after Alikhanova – Kazakhstan
  • Riga Technical University – Latvia
  • School of Information Systems Management – Latvia
  • Porto University – Portugal
  • International Institutes of Central Asian Studies
  • Chelyabinsk Academy of Culture and Arts – Russian Federation
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Samarkand State University

About University

  Samarkand State University is a famous and classical higher educational institution in Uzbekistan. Samarkand State University has been preparing thousands of specialists and highly qualified personnel for the national economy of Uzbekistan for a long time. Young specialists can gain a higher medical degree and become part of National or International Healthcare systems.  Currently, about 13,000 students are studying biology and geography in 34 directions of Undergraduate Courses and 40 specialized Postgraduate Courses. University provides its students with all the needed technical equipment to study IT abroad. The University staff consists of 850 professor-teachers, including 4 academicians of the Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan, 81 Doctors of Science, and 311 Candidates of Science. Samarkand State University is an active participant in reforms in education and science in Uzbekistan, combining teaching and learning processes, raising the competitiveness of trained personnel, introducing advanced pedagogical technologies, and maintaining and prioritizing scientific research. Studying social sciences and law at Uzbek universities is a great opportunity to improve practical skills and make valuable contacts during internships in Uzbek organizations University makes a great effort to provide their international students with the best technical base and make their study in Uzbekistan interesting and useful for their future careers. The student community at University is multicultural and hospitable, so everybody can feel comfort and pleasure during living in Student Dormitory and communicating with local people. 

Faculties

  • Faculty of Mathematics
  • Faculty of Physics
  • Faculty of Biology
  • Faculty of Geography and Ecology
  • Faculty of History
  • Faculty of Psychology and Social Relations
  • Faculty of Chemistry
  • Faculty of Digital Technologies
  • Faculty of Agrobiotechnology and Food Security
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Philology
  • Preschool and primary education
  • Faculty of Sports and Arts
  • Faculty of Human Resource Management
  • Faculty of International Educational Programs

Accommodation

  All international students of Samarkand State University are provided with a comfortable hostel. It has a convenient location and is situated 10 minutes from the city center. The hostel is surrounded by food stores, banks, parks, and shopping malls which makes living there comfortable. It has separate rooms for males and females which are well furnished with all the basic amenities and equipment and are comfortable. Other than that, facilities such as a self-kitchen system, spacious playgrounds, advanced laboratories, a gymnasium, laundry, and high-speed internet are available at the hostels. Cozy rooms are designed for two or three people. Every person has free access to separate bathrooms and kitchens. The hostel is a multi-national student family, and the University administration hopes that living in it will bring you much pleasure, joy, and new acquaintances. Every student can make valuable contacts in the academic field. Communication with students from the regions of Uzbekistan will help you not only get acquainted with Uzbek culture but also provide a permanent language practice.

International Cooperation

  Samarkand State Medical University takes an active part in the implementation of projects within the framework of grants of the Center for Science and Technology, Fundamental Research of the Academy of the Republic of Uzbekistan, and also closely cooperates with foreign partners. Cooperation is successfully carried out with many international and educational organizations in the USA, Germany, Japan, South Korea, the Netherlands, Spain, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan. Graduates of SSMU, after graduation, fruitfully work both in Uzbekistan and study abroad in the USA, Israel, Germany, and Russia.  The staff of the university is distinguished by a clear vision of new horizons in the development of medical education and science. Positive changes that have occurred over the years of independence in the oldest medical university in Uzbekistan have brought it to several authoritative educational institutions that occupy a leading place in the educational space of the country's higher education. This gives a powerful impetus to further strengthen the prestige of Samarkand State Medical University in the important business of training highly qualified specialists in social science in Uzbekistan.
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Samarkand State Medical Institute

About Institute

  Samarkand State Medical University was founded by the decision of the Government of the Republic in 1930. During its glorious history, Institute has passed a long way toward becoming one of the leading medical universities not only in Uzbekistan but also in the entire Central Asian region. Students have the opportunity to study MBBS in Uzbekistan and get the knowledge and skills needed for performing professional duties in the fields of healthcare and disease prevention. The Samarkand State Medical Institute (since April 2022 – the University) received a special development after the republic achieved independence. In 1997, the country adopted the “National Training Program”, and in 1998, the state program for health care reform, which resulted in the creation of the Faculty of Higher Nursing in 1999.  Institute offers Undergraduate courses in Medicine, Masters and Doctoral courses to improve skills and study medical science from another side. It is the best institution in Uzbekistan for over prominent 8,100 students. At Samarkand State Medical University there are 83 departments to study medicine and biology, including courses where 624 scientists and teachers conduct scientific and pedagogical activities. Lecture halls, classrooms, and education and clinical laboratories are equipped with the latest multimedia projectors, video recording, and audio equipment to ensure quality teaching and research. A distance education program in medicine is also implemented. International connections of the Institute include Russia, the US, Ukraine, South Korea, and others. In addition to carrying out projects under grants from the Centre for Science and Technology, the Samarkand Medical Institute engages in basic research in collaboration with the Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences.

Faculties

  • General Medicine Faculty
  • Pediatrics Faculty
  • Faculty of Medical Pedagogy
  • Faculty of Higher Nursing
  • Faculty of Dentistry
  • Faculty of Pharmacy
  • Faculty of Medical Prophylactics, Public Health, and Medical Biology
  • International Faculty
  • Faculty of Postgraduate Professional Training of Physicians
International students studying at the Samarkand State Medical Institute (SSMI), can choose any of the faculties and study directions available in English or Russian medium. All the educational medical courses in Uzbekistan are available in English and Russian. Every faculty provides Undergraduate and Postgraduate MBBS study specialties in conjunction with dedicated clinical and theoretical departments. Clinical Residence in Uzbekistan and internship programs abroad are also available for each specialty. The main aim of the clinical residency in medicine is to provide professional knowledge and improve the medical skills of specialists to prepare highly qualified doctors for autonomous work in the healthcare field.

Accommodation

  Samarkand State Medical Institute provides its student with renovated dormitories, equipped with the most modern technics and furniture. International students of the Institute are accommodated in Student Dormitory and are 100% provided with dormitory rooms. Rooms are equipped with new beds, chairs, study tables, and wardrobes. Every student has his place in the room to relax after the hard studying process.  The hostel is hosting a local computer network with the ability to access the Internet. The hostel has work rooms where students have the opportunity to study, and conduct various cultural events. Dormitories are residential buildings of block type, with self-study rooms, relaxation rooms, and a gym. On each floor of the hostel are 20 blocks with 2 separate rooms with bathrooms and 2 shared kitchens. The campus contains sports grounds, a cafe, laundry, dry cleaning, pharmacy. All the hostels are compactly located near the main study buildings. 

International Cooperation

  Samarkand State Medical Institute is developing international relations, based on the principle of equal rights of all partners participating in international cooperation and academic exchange, and within the framework of more than 60 existing agreements on scientific and educational cooperation with the government and international organizations, foreign universities, and research centers.  The development of partnerships with medical universities in Europe, Asia, North America, and the CIS countries is aimed at the development of academic mobility and joint educational programs in medicine. Institute has connections and partnerships with more than 75 higher educational institutions and research centers near and far abroad. Currently, the Samarkand State Institute has active ties with the following universities and clinics:
  • Graz Medical University (Austria)
  • Tbilisi State Medical University (Georgia)
  • Almaty State Institute for Advanced Training of Doctors (Kazakhstan)
  • University of Pisa (Italy)
  • South Ural State Medical University (Russian Federation)
  • Omsk State Medical Academy (Russian Federation)
  • Izhevsk State Medical Academy (Russian Federation)
  • Kharkiv National Medical University (Ukraine)
  • Uzhgorod National University (Ukraine)
  • Institute “Medanta the Medicity” and clinic “Orion Medicity” (India)
  • Scientific and Clinical Center for Otorhinolaryngology under the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
  • Smolensk State Medical University (Russian Federation)
  • Kursk State Medical University (Russian Federation)
  • North-West State University named after I.I. Mechnikova (Russian Federation)
  • Kazan State Medical University (Russian Federation)
  • University named after Pavel Josef Shafarik (Kosice, Slovakia)
  • Slovak Medical University (Bratislava, Slovakia)
  • Agricultural University (Nitra, Slovakia)
  • Ural State Medical University (Russian Federation)
  • Ternopil State Medical University was named after I.Ya. Gorbachevsky (Ukraine)
  • The higher educational institution named after Paul Jon Paula (Bialaka Podlaska, Poland)
Exchange programs at Samarkand State Medical Institute aim to improve students' mobility and ability to assimilate in an unfamiliar environment. Every student will have to ability to implement their skills and theoretical knowledge in the medical environment, conduct educational research in healthcare and medicine, take part in internships abroad and study medical science in the most prominent educational institutions in Europe.
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Fergana State University

About University

  Ferghana State University is considered to be the leading educational institute in Uzbekistan. Having a solid material base and modern technical equipment, it has been training high-qualified specialists for various spheres of the national economy and education system for more than 70 years, and research activities in fundamental areas of science are being conducted.  Fergana State University was founded in 1930. Fergana State University is considered to be the leading educational university in Uzbekistan where students can study medicine or engineering.  Fergana State University Medical Centre was founded in 1992 as a medical center within Fergana State University to study MBBS in Uzbekistan. The University is regarded as Uzbekistan’s most prestigious educational institution. It has been teaching high-qualified workers for many domains of the national economy and education system and organizing study medicine and healthcare in Uzbekistan University provides its students with courses in medicine at Fergana Medical Institute of Public Health.  University can offer study in English to nearly 19,000  prominent students at this university, including 14,500 students in Undergraduate Courses in medicine, 390 for Master`s study, 4,017 for extramural programs, and more than 100 students for Doctoral studies in Uzbek universities. Since the 1991-1992 academic year, Ferghana State University started to train specialists in several new specialties: Applied Sociology, Psychology, Law, Rational Consumption of Nature Recourses and Environmental Protection, Economics, and Management. There were significant improvements in professional and teaching staff.  For those students who want to study MBBS abroad, Fergana State University of Uzbekistan is the best option to pursue medical courses in Uzbekistan on a budget. This university is the optimal destination for Indian students to study MBBS in Uzbekistan.  

Faculties

  The Fergana State University Medical Centre promotes the growth of scientific and pedagogical potential, as well as the active enhancement of instructional technologies and methodologies. In the field of medical facilities, always engage in innovative, applied, and fundamental scientific research in medicine. The following faculties are available at the institute:
  • General Medicine (MD/MBBS)
  • Preventive Medicine
  • Nursing
  • Traditional Medicine
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Professional Education
The MBBS program at the institute lasts six years, during which time students devote the majority of their time to theoretical disciplines taught at the medical school. Additionally, their one-year program incorporated both clinical and practical skills. The majority of the classes are held in the medical center easily accessible by transportation and have all the basic amenities within the reach of the students. Students have the opportunity to study MBBS, visit Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses in healthcare, and have practical studies in Uzbek hospitals

Accommodation

  Fergana State University offers its international students comfortable apartments near the main study building. There are several hotels in the city where foreign students can stay, including one that is part of the Fergana State Medical University Medical Centre. All accommodations are renovated and equipped with needed furniture and technical equipment. Studying rooms, reading rooms, and libraries are free to access for every hostel resident. In addition to providing adequate housing, the university provides basic utilities to its foreign students. Students are assigned rooms on a sharing, separate, single, double, and triple-sharing basis. A top-notch educational experience awaits students at this school. The students share a kitchen and have access to washing machines. Each room has a bed, blanket, tables, chairs, and cupboards.

International Cooperation

  The Medical Center cooperates in the direction of developing international relations in educational and research work and strengthening partnerships between the leading universities of Asia and the CIS countries and far abroad. Studying MBBS abroad is a great opportunity to boost students' skills and allow them to receive a medical degree in Uzbekistan, enrich their cultural experiences, and make valuable contacts.
  • Humboldt University (Berlin) – Charite Clinic
  • Family Medicine Residency Center (Oklahoma, USA)
  • Center of Oriental Medicine “Komsta” of the Republican Association of Korean Doctors
  • Seoul University
  • Cheongsam State University (Korea)
  • Russian State Medical University
  • First Moscow State Medical University named after Sechenov
  • St. Petersburg State Medical Academy is named after I.I. Mechnikov
  • Moscow State Medical Dental University
  • Samara State Medical University
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Andijan State University

About University

  Andijan State University was founded in 1931 as the Ferghana Pedagogical Institute, becoming an Institute of Teachers in 1939 and then the Andijan Pedagogical Institute in 1953. When Uzbekistan gained independence in 1992, the institute get its accreditation from the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The main aim of the studying process is to give students the ability to study pedagogy and social sciences, improve practical skills and learn how to apply their learning and gained skills to help themselves and others. University staff work to build on the learning of the international students and work on the development of skills and attitudes of the learners who want to study history and philology in Uzbekistan. Pedagogy enables the students to get a thorough understanding of the subject and helps them in applying the learning in their daily lives outside of the classroom. Andijan State University offers a range of study programs in social sciences across its 11 faculties and provides high-quality study among other Uzbek universities. The scientific and educational research activity of Andijan State University is very comprehensive and rich. The researchers often receive grants for their scientific projects, take part and win in regional and international conferences, participate in competitions of scientific works and regularly publish the results of their research in journals and collections of scientific papers. Andijan State University provides 55 fields of study for Undergraduate Courses in Pedagogy and 26 fields for a Master’s degree in Uzbekistan. The campus is located in the city of Andijan, located in eastern Uzbekistan in the Ferghana Valley

Faculties

  • Faculty of Philology
  • Faculty of Physics and Mathematics
  • Faculty of Social Economy
  • Faculty of History
  • Faculty of Pedagogy
  • Faculty of Foreign Languages
  • Faculty of Natural Sciences
  • Faculty of Physical Culture
  • Faculty of Preschool Education
  • Faculty of Art
  • Faculty of Information Technologies and Computer Engineering 
The Faculty of Philology includes 3 departments:
  • Uzbek Language and Literature
  • Uzbek Linguistics
  • Russian Language and Literature
The Faculty of Physics and Mathematics has 3 departments:
  • Physics
  • Mathematics
  • Information Technology
The Social Economy Faculty includes diverse departments:
  • General Psychology
  • National Idea, Foundations of Spirituality and Legal Education
  • Philosophy
  • Economics
The Faulty of History contains several departments:
  • History of Uzbekistan
  • World History
  • Civil Society Theory
The Faculty of Pedagogy offers the next departments:
  • General Pedagogy
  • Methods of Primary Education
  • General Technical Sciences and Labor Training
The Faculty of Foreign Languages consists of diverse departments:
  • German Language and Literature
  • English Language and Literature
  • English Phonetics
  • French Language and Literature
  • Grammar of the English Language
The Faculty of Natural Sciences has 4 departments:
  • Ecology and Botany
  • Chemistry
  • Zoology and Biochemistry
  • Geography
The Faculty of Physical Culture includes the following departments:
  • Theory and Methodology of Physical Education
  • Physical Culture and Sport
  • Physiology and Safety of Human Life
The Faculty of Preschool Education has 2 departments:
  • Methods of Preschool Education
  • Preschool Pedagogy
The Faculty of Art contains the next departments:
  • Arts and Engineering Graphics
  • Music Education 
The Faculty of Information Technologies and Computer Engineering includes 2 departments:
  • Information Technologies
  • Computer Engineering
Each department of Andijan State University offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses:
  • Bachelor's Degree (4 years)
  • Master's Degree (2 years)
  • Ph.D. Degree (3/4 years)

Accommodation

  The Andijan State University offers guaranteed and renovated accommodation for all foreign students who decide to study in Uzbekistan. The dormitories have comfy living conditions with all the essentials. The boys and girls live separately. Each room is fully furnished and can be shared by 2-3 people. The mattress, bedsheet, pillow, pillowcase, quilt case, blanket, and quilt are provided at no extra charge and laundered regularly. The common kitchens include dining tables and chairs, sink counters, cupboards, refrigerators, electric cookers, microwave ovens, and kettles. The bathrooms and restrooms are located on each resident's floor. All the students have access to a 24-hour wireless internet connection for academic purposes. The dormitories have a serious approach to security and safety. There is a warden, available on all days of the week; a pass system, and surveillance cameras. Also, the buildings are equipped with fire extinguishers and efficient emergency exit signs. 

International Cooperation

  Andijan State University has partnerships with over 50 universities worldwide and offers a range of international study exchanges for its students such as Erasmus+. Students can also do internship programs abroad, learning from and working with professionals in their field. The university also actively participates in the Fair of Innovative Ideas, Technologies, and Projects regularly, helping partner students with employers and workplaces. Becoming an exchange student gives every young person more than knowledge about another country and its language and culture. A year of study abroad teaches students about building friendships, taking responsibility for themselves, respecting differences, and tolerating the beliefs of others. Some of the partners are:
  • University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy (Bulgaria)
  • Constantine University of Philosophy (Slovakia)
  • Kosice Medical University (Slovakia)
  • University of L’Aquila (Italy)
  • University of Pisa (Italy)
  • Leipzig University (Germany)
  • Karlov University (Czech Republic)
  • Polotsk State University (Belarus Republic)
  • Ufa University of Technology (Russia)
  • Voronezh State Technical University (Russia)
  • Saratov State National Research University (Russia)
  • Yaroslavl State University was named after Demidov (Russia)
  • Petersburg Polytechnic University (Russia)
  • Khujand State University (Tajikistan)
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Tashkent Medical Academy

About Academy

  Tashkent Medical Academy is one of the oldest and largest higher education institutions in Uzbekistan, and the center of medical education and research in medicine and life sciences in Uzbekistan. It is recognized as “one of the leading medical institutes in the Republic of Uzbekistan”. In 1972, Tashkent Medical Institute was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor which is the labor counterpart of the military Order of the Red Banner. On April 22, 2020, Times Higher Education (THE) listed TMA as one of the best universities in Uzbekistan and worldwide for the first time, making it a 301+ ranking in Medicine and Health Sciences out of 721 universities included. The publication evaluated the results of statistical analysis of activities, data audit, the results of an annual global survey of representatives of the international academic community, employers, as well as the financial performance of the university. The main campuses are located in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. The TMA includes six faculties, 52 departments, the Multidisciplinary Clinic of TMA, as well as the Interuniversity Research Scientific Laboratory to conduct research in Medicine. There are three branches of TMA, which function as independent institutions in the cities of Urgench, Termez, and Fergana.  One of the main tasks of the Termez branch is the training of medical personnel who meet modern requirements and develop advanced technologies in medicine and healthcare in Uzbekistan. The main objective is to produce physicians who are prepared to serve the fundamental purposes of medicine and give young specialists opportunities to study abroad. Physicians must possess the attributes that are necessary to meet their individual and collective responsibilities to society.

Faculties

  As of September 2005, the TMA has six faculties for undergraduate studies, over 40 Master’s degrees in Medicine and Residency programs in Medicine and Life sciences, over 50 departments in Medicine, Biology, Education, Social and Humanitarian subjects, and Faculty of Continuous Medical Education. 
  • Faculty of Medicine
  • Faculty of Dentistry
  • Faculty of Pharmacy
  • Faculty of Neuroscience
  • Faculty of Pediatrics
  • Faculty of Surgery
  • Faculty of Postgraduate Programs

Accommodation

  There are 5 Student Dormitories that can accommodate more than 1,700 students at the institute. Tashkent Medical Academy’s student hostels are managed by the TMA administration and the Dormitory Directorate following the academy’s regulations. A turnstile is erected at the hostel’s entrance to prohibit strangers from entering the hostel and to safeguard the safety of the students. Student dormitories are assigned to individual district guards. Each hostel offers a common area with a modern TV and furniture, as well as a kitchen, computer rooms, and a library. All apartments are renovated and comfortable to live in and study for every international student in Uzbekistan. All rooms are separated for boys and girls and equipped with needed furniture, mattress, bedsheet, pillow, pillowcases, quilt cases, blankets, and quilts. Every student has free access to common kitchens and can prepare dishes at any time. 

International Cooperation

  Tashkent Medical Academy has formed partnerships with several foreign departments of education and research organizations to build partnerships between prominent higher education institutions in NIS nations and abroad. The University is recognized by WHO, MCI, and UNESCO. 
  • Recognized by MCI (Medical Council of India)
  • NMC and WHO approved
  • Seoul University
  • Humboldt University (Berlin)
  • Russian State Medical University
  • Samara State Medical University
  • Moscow State Medical University
  • Family Medicine Residency center
  • Chkhonnam State University (Korea)
Tashkent Medical Academy takes part in a huge amount of student exchange programs with foreign universities and international organizations. They aim to encourage students to study abroad, exchange cultural experiences, develop their interpersonal skills and give them the possibility to participate in international internships and exchange programs.
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State Border Guard College

About College

  State Border Guard College was established in 1992 in Rezekne, Latvia. It is a professional higher education institution established by the Cabinet of Ministers of Latvia under the supervision of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, which provides an opportunity for persons with secondary education (border guards) who entered the college to receive first-level professional higher education. The Border Guard Training Center in 1998  received the status of the Rezekne College of the Border Guard and was accredited as the Border Guard Annual Basic Training Program, thus gaining the right to conduct professional training of border guards and issue generally recognized diplomas of secondary vocational education for graduates. Studying program at College provides the training of senior officers of the State Border Service to perform duties in the border guard, able to organize and manage border control, border surveillance, asylum and deportation procedures, operational activities and investigations, and economic and financial activities. structural divisions. The implementation of the curriculum is provided by teachers from the Rezekne University of Applied Sciences and the qualified teaching staff of the State Border Guard College.

International Cooperation 

  The State Border Guard College has signed Erasmus+ institutional agreements that allow the exchange of experience and training mobility of academic and general staff within the Erasmus+ program (in the higher education sector), going to such educational establishments:
  • M. Romeris University in Lithuania - legislation, political sciences, security, languages, in the field of information technology;
  • Academy of Security Sciences in Estonia - in the field of legislation, security, languages, and information technology;
  • Police Academy in Szczytno, Poland - in the field of legislation, security, languages, and information technology;
  • Police Academy Alexandru Ioan Cuza in Bucharest, Romania - in the field of legislation, security, languages, and information technology;
  • Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Sofia, Bulgaria - in the field of legislation, security, military affairs, defense, languages, management, and administration.
The State Border Guard College is also a member of the Nordplus international cooperation program. Nordplus is a program created by the Nordic Council of Ministers whose projects aim to strengthen cooperation between the Nordic and Baltic countries and improve and innovate the education systems of the participating countries. The Nordplus program supports projects that promote knowledge acquisition, sharing, and networking.
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College of Business Administration, Riga

About College

  The College of Business Administration was founded in 2003. It allows students to keep up with technological development, and human occupation.  The College offers a chance to study in the field of distance learning (e-studies), bringing together education with the priorities of your life, wherever you are in the world. This kind of extramural study has become very popular and recognizable as e-studies or online studies. The College implemented study programs that are licensed and accredited. Every student can study either distance learning from anywhere in the world or extramural studies – by attending on-site lectures, workshops, and seminars several times a month. With more than 400 students, the College offers Undergraduate and Graduate students an innovative business education in a high-tech atmosphere. The administration believes the best education happens when people from diverse backgrounds and experiences come together and have a conversation. The College of Business Administration and staff encourage students to become risk-takers, communicators and collaborators, problem solvers, and data-driven decision-makers. In keeping with the mission, vision, and goals set by the higher education system of Latvia, the mission of the College of Business is to leverage the talents of its faculty scholars to accelerate the quality and rigor of business education developed for the Central Florida region. Undergraduate, Graduate, and doctoral learning experiences will be grounded in innovative thinking and the application of ideas that prepare students for careers in rapidly changing and disruptive environments. Students who graduate from the College of Business Administration will be great communicators, collaborators, risk-takers, and problem solvers who can understand, source and make good decisions using real-time data. The College team of faculty, staff, friends, and alumni is working hard to provide the right resources and environment to ensure that we deliver on four promises to our students.

Study Programs 

  • Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises Management 
  • Marketing and Advertising 
  • Personnel Psychology and Human Resources Management 
  • Business Logistics 
  • Accounting and Financial Planning 
  • Institution Work Organization and Management
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Albert College, Riga

About College

  Albert College is an educational institution, which administrates the first level of the highest professional educational programs related to different specialties. It was founded in 2001 and called after bishop Albert, who was the founder of the first school in Riga.  Albert College is a state-accredited institution of higher education, executing first-level professional higher education programs in various study directions, based on the Law on Higher Education Institutions. Albert College provides an internationally recognized Degree of first-level higher professional education in 2 or 2,5 years – full-time or part-time as well as e-studies. Based on the cooperation agreement, the students of Alberta College can use rooms of the strategic cooperation partner EKA University of Applied Sciences. Students can work in the computer rooms and library of the College and use the Internet. Wireless (WI-FI) Internet is available throughout the College. All lecture rooms are equipped with computer hardware allowing the usage of multimedia projectors during the classes.

Study Programs

  • Law 
  • Entertainment Management and Production
  • Cultural Tourism Management
  • Marketing and Marketing′s Innovations
  • Staff-work Organization
  • Business Accountancy and Taxes
  • Information Technology
  • Game Development
  • Economics and Organization of Small Companies
  • Public Relations

Exchanging Programs

  Alberta College takes part in numerous exchange programs and collaboration agreements to promote the spreading of technical knowledge and skills and exchange experiences and cultural habits of different cultures all over the world.  Erasmus intensive program is a short-term study program, which is carried out by at least three different life-long learning program participants of teachers and students from various higher educational institutions. This program is aimed at introducing new innovative knowledge about teaching, possibilities of skills development, access to information, as well as mastering a topic in an International environment, where both students and teachers share ideas. They also share their creative interactive work methods in the process of work. As a result of this mutual work, new ideas on how to improve curriculum contents and the study process itself are produced. On the agenda of the intensive program are lectures, active discussions, teamwork, and cultural events in the evenings. There are active study periods, when all the involved sides get new knowledge, impression, and new friends. Students' work within this project is evaluated by ECTS. The minimum Intensive program lasts 10 days; the maximum length of the intensive program is 6 weeks.
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Riga Technical College

About College 

  Riga Technical College is a higher educational institution in Latvia that began its teaching activity in 1935. It is a state-funded educational institution with a structural unit vocational secondary school under the supervision of the Ministry of Education and Science. The College usually takes the highest place among the top universities in the national rankings of Latvia.  College is a multicultural community with more than 2,300 students from different parts of the world and over 150 qualified members of the academic staff. All of them have permanent access to all studying equipment including modern computers and software, a digital library, research equipment, 3D printers, and others. Riga Technical College provides a high-level educational process in over 9 specialties on the Undergraduate level of higher professional education and 10 vocational education programs for the Master’s level of study. As well as this, the educational institution provides the assessment of competencies obtained not within the formal education system and organizes lifelong learning and professional development training courses in different educational programs for all interested, including the unemployed.

Study Programs

  • Electrical Equipment 
  • Heat Power Engineering 
  • Automotive Transport 
  • Engineering Mechanics 
  • Wood Processing 
  • Information Technologies 
  • Electronics
  • Telecommunications 
  • Secretarial and Office Work
  • Telematics and Logistics 
  • Automotive Transport 
  • Metalwork
  • Computer Systems 
  • Administrative and Secretarial Services 

The mission of the College

  Riga Technical College's main aim is to provide affordable quality education while equipping students with knowledge and skills in their chosen stream, inculcate values, identify hidden talents, provide opportunities for students to realize their full potential and thus shape them into future leaders, entrepreneurs and above all good human beings. Empowering young students to fulfill their academic and professional passions in a College that is diverse, welcoming, and inclusive for all students, faculty, and staff. It makes a great effort to create innovative connections among education, computer science, telecommunications, electronics, science, engineering, and real life. By offering academic programs, practical experience, and co-curricular activities in a variety of settings to students from diverse backgrounds, the Riga Technical College leads students to gain an awareness of the world, acquire knowledge of careers and vocation, and seek truth and social justice.
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Riga Aeronautical Institute

About Institute

  Riga Aeronautical Institute (RAI) is one of the oldest educational institutions in Latvia with rich experience and traditions of training specialists in the aviation and transport sphere. RAI, founded in 1942 as a school of training for aviation specialists, in 1989 became an institution of higher education with many years of successful experience in work on the international market of educational service. About 1500 students study in RAI including branches of the institute in Rezekne and Daugavpils. Except for Latvian students, students from Lithuania, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russian Federation, and Armenia study in RAI. During the period of its existence, RAI has prepared more than 35000 specialists of different qualifications. To satisfy the demands of world economics and correspondence to society's opinion the staff of a higher educational institution continuously works on the improvement of already available educational programs and the development of new ones. The existing educational base located on the institute land is replenished with a new building with laboratories, a library, and an official hostel. RAI represents an example of successful international cooperation. In different spheres of science and education institute cooperates not only with Latvian higher educational institutions but also with Moscow Humanity Economics Institute, Institute of Norther Dakota (USA), International Academy of Aviation PANAM, the Center of Training of Aviation Specialists Lufthansa, St. Petersburg State University of Civil Aviation and others. RAI has a partnership with Pelican Flight Training LC school, which is located in the USA (Florida).

Study Programs

  • Air Transport Systems Management and Operation
  • Aircraft Technical Maintenance
  • Transport systems management
  • Mechanics
  • Electronics
  • Aviation
  • Transport Service
Riga Aeronautical Institute is a higher educational institution with rich experience and traditions in the area of preparing specialists in transport spheres like air, sea and road transport. Students have large possibilities of exploration of enterprise economics in corresponding fields, management of the enterprise, and also an exploration of air transport and receiving pilot skills. RAI can be called a city in the city because the university has its territory – a modern building, the newest equipment, equipped classrooms, lecture halls and laboratories, a library, health and medical center.
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Latvian Christian Academy

About Academy

  Latvian Christian Academy was founded in 1993 in Jurmala, Latvia. It promotes socially-centered research by use of the integrative theology method with the goal to help people and society in general. The achieved results are integrated into all theological and social study courses. Latvian Christian Academy offers high-quality education for over 200 students. Academy's mission is to acknowledge students' responsibility, devour themselves, and share interdisciplinary knowledge for the benefit of European society. Study programs are research-based and organized within an innovative interdisciplinary framework. The programs are flexible and use state-of-the-art ICT tools.  On June 3, 2018, the Latvian Christian Academy was awarded EC Diploma Supplement Recognition Label (DS). The Label is given to those institutions of higher education that have excellent results in the implementation of the ECTS and DS systems. As a private, civic, and socially responsible educational establishment, Academy offers knowledge that responds to major challenges of European society.

Study programs

  • Bible Art
  • Theology 
  • Caritative Social Work
  • Social Work
  • Social Business Administration

Research and Cooperation

  Latvian Christian Academy cooperates with other universities, European research centers, and civic institutions to promote quality knowledge and develop new approaches fit for professional applications. The academic staff works innovatively, searching for answers to the ever-growing problems in the modern world. Benefitting from international educational and research networks and platforms Academy works for the involvement of both students and teachers in innovative knowledge which grow from ancient anthropological traditions. European Christian Academy is a classic student-oriented research and education institution with a strong ambition to be one of the leading Christian education institutions maintaining a high-quality level. Its curriculum is based on internationally oriented-interdisciplinary research. By this concept, Academy is providing competitive programs to become the Centre of Excellence in the wider Baltic region. ECA is a small university in a small country, therefore international quality and cooperation are of the highest importance. ECA has an important role to play in common European education goals because of the competitiveness of the study programs.
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Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences

About University

  The Vidzeme University of Applied Science was founded in 1996 as a regional educational establishment in Latvia. In 2001 Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences changed its status from a regional governmental institution to a state educational institution.  University offers high-quality and flexible study programs that successfully balance theoretical and practical classes. These are adapted to the current needs of society, students, and changes in the labor market. The quality of the studies is ensured by over 120 experienced and professional teaching staff, their advanced study methods, as well as by students who know what they want to achieve and how to succeed. Vision Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences is establishing itself as one of the most innovative regional academic educational and research centers in the Baltic space. The mission of Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences as a higher education and scientific research center whose mission is to promote the development of the Vidzeme Region by offering modern high quality and competitive higher education, by doing research, and by successfully cooperating with partners in Latvia and abroad.

Studying Programs

  Bachelors Studies
  • Information Technologies
Masters Studies
  • Business Environmental Administration
  • Cybersecurity Engineering
  • Media and Information Literacy
  • Strategic Communication and Governance
  • Tourism Competitiveness Management
  • Virtual Reality and Smart Technologies

Exchange Opportunities

  Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences participates in two student exchange programs: Erasmus and Nordplus. Exchange and visiting students can also apply for a Latvian Government scholarship for a study or research period in Latvia. Since 1999 it also organizes a traditional summer program called. The Baltic International Summer School is where foreign students get educated about issues concerning the Baltics. Later in 2014 the university together with Klaipeda University will launch of new joint master's program in International Tourism Events Management. Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences has cooperation agreements with more than 94 universities. Some of these include::
  • Leopold-Franzens-Universitat Innsbruck
  • Ghent University
  • Aalborg University
  • Tallinn University
  • University of Tartu
  • University of Eastern Finland
  • University of Strasbourg
  • Ilia State University
  • Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin
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Riga Teacher Training and Educational Management Academy

About Academy

  Riga Teacher Training and Educational Management Academy (RTTEMA) is a public higher education institution, founded in 1994 with the aim to provide excellent quality professional and academic education in pedagogy, psychology, and business management at all study levels – Bachelor's, Master and Doctorate. Riga Teacher Training and Educational Management Academy is a small education institution attended by approximately 5,000 students. The multinational student community of the Academy is ready to meet all national and foreign students that may apply for admission. The Academy actively participates in international programs aimed at the academic exchange of students and teachers between universities.  Studying educational management at Riga Teacher Training and Educational Management Academy refers to the administration of the education system in which a group combines human and material resources to supervise, plan, strategize, and implement structures to execute an education system.  The overall purpose of studying of educational management at Academy is to give students the ability to effectively and efficiently create and maintain environments within educational institutions that promote, support, and sustain effective teaching and learning, and understand how those key objectives are set and the means by which they are attained may differ significantly depending upon education system or level and across educational cultures.

Study Programs

  Faculty of Pedagogy 
  • Computer Education;
  • Humanities and Social Science Education;
  • Dance;
  • Music Education;
  • Native Language Education;
  • Art Education; 
  • Science Education;
  • Mathematics Education;
  • Secondary Education; 
  • Preschool Education;
  • Pedagogy;
  • Primary Education;
  • Education.
Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Labour and Industrial Relations;
  • Welfare and Protective Services;
  • Computer Education; 
  • Humanities and Social Science Education;
  • Public Relations;
  • Native Language Education;
  • Educational Psychology;
  • Educational Administration; 
  • Science Education; 
  • Mathematics Education; 
  • Secondary Education; 
  • Human Resources;
  • Business and Commerce;
  • Primary Education;
  • Social Sciences; 
  • Marketing;
  • Psychology;
  • Computer Science;
  • Management;
  • Business Administration.
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National Defence Academy of Latvia

About Academy

  The National Defence Academy of Latvia is the state educational establishment of higher education in Riga, Latvia. It has continually sought to be at the forefront of professional military education to ensure its graduates are well-prepared to meet the challenges they will face throughout their careers in war and peace.  It was established on 13 February 1992 as the Academy of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Latvia. It builds on the historic traditions of the pre-WWII Latvian School of War. It is the only military academy in Latvia. The Latvian Armed Forces also contribute to and utilize the Baltic Defence College in Tartu. The main campus of the university is located in Riga - the capital of Latvia. Latvian National Defense Academy (NAA) is one of the best educational institutions in the country consistently demonstrating a high level of teaching. Despite being one of the youngest educational institutions, Latvian National Defense Academy (NAA) it ranks in the national ratings of Latvia.

Studying Programs

  • Land Force Military Leadership
  • Naval Force Military Leadership
  • Air Force Military Leadership
  • Commanding Officer Training
  • Military Leadership and Security

Research Units

  The National Defence Academy of Latvia (NDAL) Center for Defence Research (Center) was established in 1992 as a part of the NDAL. Since September 2012 the Center has been in a reform process with changes in personnel and operating principles. The Center was renamed the Center for Security and Strategic Research in 2014. The main aim of the Center is to create and maintain a progressive, viable, and vibrant academic environment in the NDAL in order to ensure the development of the Academy and a favorable environment for the educational process of the Latvian armed forces officer corps. Center for Defence Research takes part in integrating internationally recognized academic and research environments and organizing public events (seminars, discussions, conferences) to raise public awareness about the security and defense issues in Latvia.
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Latvian Maritime Academy

About Academy

  Latvian Maritime Academy in Riga was established in 1789. The aim of the Academy is to provide students with a balance of academic education, professional training, and practical skills in order to respond to a wide spectrum of needs in the maritime industry.  LMA graduates well-qualified mariners in the technical areas of navigation, marine engineering, marine electrical automation, and port management. LMA trains officers for the Latvian Navy or any other Navy in European countries. To ensure a level of excellence-relevant vocational maritime education, LMA management sustains a quality management system consistent with the ISO 9001 model. LMA offers four professional Bachelor's degree study programs and one professional Master's degree study program.  All study programs are accredited by the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Latvia. Maritime employment gives you the opportunity to climb the career ladder quickly – everything depends on your willpower.

Faculties

  • Marine Transportation – Navigation
  • Port and Shipping Management
  • Marine Engineering
  • Marine Electrical Automation

Cooperation

  Since 2012 the Latvian Maritime Academy (LMA) is an active member of cooperation agreements between European universities and educational organizations. It take part in the EU Lifelong learning program’s project “Yacht Rigging and Ship Engineering International Practice”, which took place in Valencia, Spain. In the summer of 2015 the project was held under the ERASMUS+ program and the geography of the project was widened – students went for practice in the Republic of Malta, Valencia Spain, and Limassol Cyprus.   ERASMUS practice placement projects have been carried out every year since 2012. During practice, students work in yacht ports and shipyards and according to their specialty obtain practical experience in rigging and maintenance works on sailing ships and boats, as well as gain working and communication skills in an international environment. They work side by side with entrepreneurs and co-workers, and each participant has his mentor. Before the practice, they take the Linguistic and Cultural preparation course, which is provided within the project program. After completing the practice, the students obtain EUROPASS Mobility Documents, certificates from the workplace, and language preparation, which increase their competitiveness in the labor market.
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Latvian Academy of Culture

About Academy

  The Latvian Academy of Culture was established on the 29th of December, 1990 by a decision of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Latvia. The Latvian Academy of Culture administers accredited academic Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral study programs and focuses on the preparation of specialists in arts and culture. In 2020 the Academy has created two international graduate programs - Growth Management and Creative Industry and Cultural Heritage Governance and Communication. Both programs were developed within the framework of the EU Funds in cooperation with Riga Technical University and Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences. The main aim of programs is to promote exchanging of experiences and knowledge and to make students community friendly and hospitable for international students The Academy is engaged in research and artistic creativity, which are implemented by two Academy departments: the Academy Research Centre and the Centre for Creative Activity. The main representative and management bodies of the Latvian Academy of Culture are the Constitutional Assembly, the Senate, the Rector, and the Academic Court of Arbitration.

Study Programs 

  Bachelor Studies:
  • Audiovisual Art
  • Stage Acting
  • Stage Directing
  • Culture and Art Studies
  • Sociology and Management Culture 
  • Creative Industries
  • Intercultural Relations 
  • Contemporary Dance
  • Drama and Text Studies
Master Studies
  • Management of Culture 
  • Creative Industries and Growth Management 
  • Cultural Heritage Governance and Communication
  • Audiovisual and Performing Arts
Doctoral Studies
  • Theory of Culture 
  • Audiovisual Arts, Theatre and Contemporary Dance

International Cooperation

  Since 2018 the Latvian Academy of Culture has become a member organization of the NORTEAS platform and other cooperation communities. NORTEAS is a Nordplus network of Nordic and Baltic Performing Arts institutions in higher education with 17 member organizations.  NORTEAS encourages students and teachers to seek innovation and new approaches to the already established practices through the exchange of knowledge, experience, and visions on contemporary performing arts and education. The platform’s aim is to network and develop international cooperation and teaching of Theatre and Dance in the Nordic-Baltic area.  As a member of the PLETA community, the Latvian Academy of Culture can provide professional training and international internship opportunities to the students of theatre art that would not be possible otherwise. The platform also gives an opportunity to evaluate the achievements of the Latvian Academy of Culture in a wider, European context and compare them to other theatre institutions in higher education.
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BA School of Business and Finance

About School

  BA School of Business and Finance is one of the leading business schools in Latvia that was founded in 1992 as a Banking College under the Bank of Latvia and in 1997 accredited as Higher Educational Institution. Today it is known as the BA School of Business and Finance.  BA School of Business and Finance offers studies to nearly 900 students at Bachelor`s, Master, and Doctoral levels of study. Its studying programs focus on the fields of Economics and Entrepreneurship, Business Administration, and Finance. The study processes have gained an explicit international dimension. Graduates are nationally and internationally recognized entrepreneurs, managers, consultants, experts, and professionals. Receiving a Degree from a BA School of Business and Finance opened great career perspectives for more than 12,000 alumni. All graduates of School have a wide amount of opportunities in the European and Asian labor market and can choose any career path in the field of economics and finance. 

Study Programs

  Bachelor's degree study programs
  • Business administration
  • Finance
  • Risk management and Insurance
  • Innovation and Product Development in Business
Master's degree study programs
  • Business Administration
  • Finance
  • International Finance and Banking 
  • Creative Industries Management
  • Innovative Entrepreneurship
  • Financial Management
  • Cybersecurity Management
Doctor's study program
  • Joint Doctoral Programme in Business Administration

Research Areas

  Research carried out by the teaching staff and the integration of the research into the study process plays an important role at SBF. The professional development and competence of the teaching staff is the main priority and it is facilitated. The Research Centre was founded on 24 May 2007 by the School of Business and Finance. The main research took place in the fields of business management, finance, human resources, quality, innovation management, the competitiveness of business, and the development of the financial service sector.  BA School of Business and Finance as a scientific institution with thematic specialization and cooperation improvement has two equipped and renovated laboratories – the Financial Services and Compliance Laboratory and the Laboratory of Sustainability, Efficiency, and Effectiveness. Their profiles and objectives are directly related to the BA School of Business and Finance study fields and so far established academic staff and doctoral research topics.
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Latvian Academy of Art

About Academy

  Founded in 1919, the Art Academy of Latvia (Latvijas Mākslas akadēmija, or LMA) is recognized for its modern approach to academic education, openness to topical art processes and activities, cooperation between students and professors, and the high-level performance of its students.  The academy enrolls nearly 700 national and international students each year, providing them with all the needed equipment and facilities for their educational process. A modernized tradition of academic education, openness to topical art processes and activities, the contribution of the pedagogues in preparing young artists, and the high-level performance of the students have ensured and preserved the Academy’s authority till nowadays. The Academy's strategic aim is to study, interpret and promote the phenomena of Latvian and European visual art, using both traditional forms of publications (collected articles, magazines, dissertations, and reports in scientific conferences) and possibilities opened up by the latest technologies (the Internet, digital resources); results of the research are used for study programs at the Art Academy of Latvia and collaboration with other institutions of research and education in Latvia and abroad.

Faculties

  BA and MA degrees in faculties and departments:
  • Visual Arts (Painting, Graphic Art, Textile Art, Drawing)
  • Visual Plastic Arts (Sculpture, Ceramics, Glass Art)
  • Design (Functional Design, Environment Art, Fashion Design, Metal Design)
  • Audio-visual Media Art (Visual Communication, Stage design, Motion, Image & Sound)
  • History and Theory of Art (Restoration, History, and Theory of Art and Culture)

International Cooperation

  International competitiveness is facilitated by the participation in exchange programs such as KUNO, CIRRUS, European and International Erasmus+, which has established a close network of cooperation with a lot of the leading art and design universities in Europe and also in non-European countries: we have cooperation agreements with more than 140 partner institutions. Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility is a program within the Erasmus+ framework promoting the exchange of students, academics, and non-academic staff with partner countries of the Erasmus+ program. Every student or member of the academic staff has a unique opportunity to take part in such an exchange program. The main aim is to boost their knowledge and skills, by receiving completely new experiences concerning their field of study, and methods of studying, developing creative skills with the use of modern media, and gaining experience in implementing art projects.
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Daugavpils Medical School

About School

   Daugavpils Medical School was founded in 1945 in Daugavpils, Latvia. In 1954, the School began to provide a studying process for not only nurses but also paramedics. With the increasing number of students, the school building was expanded, too. Within the period from 1970 until 1974, a new three-story building was built making it possible to increase significantly the number of students and academic staff.  Daugavpils Medical College (DMK) was accreditated as a higher educational institution by the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Lithuania in accordance with the decision of the Department of Licensing and Registers of the State Service of Education Quality of the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Lithuania.  The educational process is provided by qualified academic staff. More than 80% of the academic staff have a Master's and Doctorate degree, or are applicants for a Scientific degree. Lecturers are involved in research work and various international projects and can participate in local and international conferences and congresses both in Latvia and abroad, as well as publish articles in international publications.  The Daugavpils Medical College promotes the further education of members of its academic staff by organizing professional development courses and seminars. Lecturers are involved in research work and various international projects. The Daugavpils Medical College provides studying processes in the field of medicine, health-promoting, and preventing diseases. Its main aim is to prepare qualified specialists in the field of medicine and assist them in obtaining the knowledge, skills, and capacities needed for fulfilling their professional duties. 

Cooperation

  Daugavpils Medical College is a member of numerous cooperation agreements with Riga First Medical College. Cooperation with other medical colleges - LU P.Stradiņa Medical College, Riga LU Medical College, and Red Cross Medical College of RSU takes place in various fields of health-promoting and preventing diseases. The purpose of the cooperation is the promotion of student and academic staff research, conferences, seminars, etc. organization of events, as well as support for the exchange of students and academic staff between colleges. The college strengthens its cooperation with the largest universities in Latvia - Riga Stradins University, University of Latvia, and Daugavpils University in the fields of research, exchange of teaching staff, and succession of study programs. Work is currently underway to update cooperation agreements with universities. Cooperation with Daugavpils University is implemented in the field of scientific research and implementing their results in the processes of disease prevention. For several years in a row, lecturers and students of the college have been participating in DU international scientific research conferences with their publications and presentations. There is a cooperation between the college and DU to attract lecturers to the study process.
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Riga Business School

About School

  It was established in 1991 in cooperation with Riga Technical University, the State University of New York at Buffalo (SUNY Buffalo) in the United States, and the University of Ottawa in Canada. RBS was the first institution in the Baltics to offer MBA programs in English.  Since 2012, Riga Business School has been offering a Bachelor of Management in International Business in collaboration with the BI Norwegian Business School. The school has more than 970 MBA graduates employed in managerial positions in Latvia and abroad. RBS offers an MBA curriculum featuring case studies and group work as well as classroom work. RBS is the only school in the Baltics offering North-American style MBA both in teaching standards and structure, containing intensive case studies, group work and active classroom involvement over at least two years of studies. University Preparation Center offers various programs to help ambitious candidates prepare for their future studies. Courses are on topics such as Math Reasoning, and Pre University English to prepare for undergraduate studies in English and preparation courses to achieve higher results in Latvian State Exams in Math and English.

Faculties

  • Business Administration;
  • IT Leadership.

Accreditation

  RBS is the first state institution of higher education in Latvia to be given the IQA (International Quality Assurance) award. We pursued and obtained CEEMAN (Central and Eastern European Management Development Association) IQA Accreditation because it mirrors our commitments to growth, development and rigorous quality. RBS is the only school in Latvia with its MBA delivered in English to have international accreditation. RBS higher education programs have the highest possible accreditation awarded in Latvia which is renewed every 6 years. As of now, the Baltic IT Leadership program is accredited until December 2022, but all others – Bachelor of Business Administration, Masters of Business Administration, and Executive Masters of Business Administration – are until May 2027.
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Ventspils University of Applied Science

About University

  Ventspils University of Applied Sciences, established in 1997, is a national higher education and science institution that proposes advanced programs and secures global start-up points for students - new entrepreneurs and researchers. It is a modern state higher education institution, which is guaranteeing the possibility for students to acquire qualitative higher education and professional skills, and carry out significant research.  The university is home to over 1,000 talented students studying at 14 Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral study programs available at the University of Applied Sciences. Students have opportunities to boost their knowledge by using University facilities and informational resources and participating in international exchange programs with foreign universities and educational organizations. In 2013, VUAS received the status of scientific institution (registered in the Registry of Scientific Institutions), confirming it has fulfilled the national criteria for a scientific institution: half of all members of academic staff are holders of a Doctor of Science degree, the higher education institution publishes scientific articles and has scientific infrastructure at its disposal, and so on.

Faculties

  • Faculty of Information Studies;
  • Faculty of Economics and Management;
  • Faculty of Translation Studies.

Cooperation

  The Ventspils University of Applied Science provides the institutions and companies of the Kurzeme region and Ventspils City Council with qualified employees, as well as offers lifelong learning opportunities for everyone. Students of Ventspils University of Applied Sciences can get to know both foreign lecturers and students from different countries and can travel abroad on experience exchanges or expand their horizons by participating in various projects. International experience can be gained via the Erasmus+ program. This program provides students with the opportunity to study at a cooperating university in Erasmus+ program countries. Erasmus+ offers the opportunity to gain international work experience through training abroad. In addition to acquiring new academic knowledge, international studies are a great way to practice foreign languages, get acquainted with new cultures, make new friends, and establish contacts. For Erasmus+ students, it is an opportunity to test themselves in a new environment and to become more independent.
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The Stockholm School of Economics in Riga

About the School 

  The Stockholm School of Economics in Riga is a business school that was founded in 1994 by the Stockholm School of Economics with the support of the Swedish government, and the Latvian Ministry of Education on behalf of Latvia. Together with the Stockholm School of Economics, it has been consistently ranked as the top business school in Latvia and among the best ones in Europe.  SSE Riga employs a variety of teaching methods, including group work, summer internships, and case studies, and has exchange programs with many leading universities and business schools in Europe. SSE Riga has grown today into an internationally recognized business school with more than 2,500 alumni worldwide.  Every year 130 students are enrolled in the Bachelor’s program and 20-30 students are admitted to the Master’s program. Graduates of SSE Riga are highly-skilled and highly qualified professionals which are competitive in Europe and around the world. The majority of the teaching staff are English-speaking professors. All courses are taught in English medium of instruction.

Departments:

  • Department of Economics;
  • Department of Accounting and Finance;
  • Department of Business and Management;
  • Department of Languages and Communications.

Exchange Programs 

  The Stockholm School of Economics maintains contacts and collaboration agreements with prominent educational institutions and organizations in Europe and Asia. Each semester exchange students and members of academic staff are invited to the SSE Riga development programs, and each autumn third-year SSE Riga students leave for exchange for one semester. SSE is a member of the two prominent networks PIM (Partnership in International Management) and CEMS (The Global Alliance in Management Education) and also participates in the Erasmus+ program.  SSE has about 80 partner universities and each academic year, we send over 200 students abroad on exchange and host over 180 exchange students from all over the world. The exchange places at SSE are reserved only for students nominated by SSE's partner universities (free movers are not accepted at SSE).  Some of the exchange partners of the school include Sciences Po Paris, WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management, Technical University of Munich, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Warsaw School of Economics, Norwegian School of Economics, Vilnius University, Utrecht University, and many others.
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Riga Graduate School of Law

About School

  The Riga Graduate School of Law is a private educational establishment in the Baltic region that offers study programs at Bachelor`s, Master`s, and Doctoral levels of higher education. It was established in 1998 through an international agreement between the Governments of Sweden and Latvia and the Soros Foundation. It allows students to combine their law studies with courses in Business, International Relations, Economics, and Management.  The geography of RGSL alumni is very broad, reaching 51 countries of the world. Most of them are from Latvia, but RGSL also has graduated from Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, the Netherlands, the United States, etc. More than half of School graduates are working in different areas of the private sector.  Riga Graduate School of Law is a place of study for over 500 promising students. A high-level studying process is provided by more than 50 members of the academic staff - famous specialists in the fields of Law, Finance, and Diplomacy. Riga Graduate School of Law is home to an active and diverse community of students from more than 30 different countries. Every student has an opportunity to study in English with an international faculty of academics and practitioners.

Study Programs

  Bachelor Programs:
  • Law and Diplomacy
  • Law and Business
Master Programs:
  • Technology Law
  • International and European Law
  • Law and Finance
  • Public International Law and Human Rights
  • EU Law and Policy
  • Transborder and Commercial Law
Specialized Program:
  • Intensive Programme in European Law and Economics
  • Online Intensive Programme in European Law and Economics
  • Specialized Online Courses

International Cooperation

  In cooperation with the governments of Latvia, Norway, the US, Sweden, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and Luxembourg, RGSL hosts specialized programs providing participants with a comprehensive understanding of integration and cooperation with the EU.  RGSL is an independent institution within the University of Latvia and teaching is conducted exclusively in English. RGSL boasts an international student body, from the various European Union member and non-member states, the Balkans, CIS states, and the Americas. The international aspect of student life is a core element of RGSL development and diversity. The resident members of the faculty offer teaching in their respective fields of competence. Visiting professors from other universities and organizations conduct a relatively large part of the teaching. Practitioners from institutions such as the European Court of Justice and the EU Trade Marks and Designs Office appear as guest speakers on courses.
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Riga Medical College of the University of Latvia

About College

  Riga Medical College of the University of Latvia was founded in 1980. At first, it was called Riga Medical School, but in compliance with the legislation of the Republic of Latvia, the medical school was transformed into Riga Medical College, entering the field of higher education.  The College educates and trains healthcare professionals who remain competitive not only in Latvia but also in the European Union labor market. Education quality is assured by using innovative pedagogy that motivates lifelong learning, as well as by using distance learning and contemporary medical technologies.  Riga Medical College of the University of Latvia studies more than 600 students and gives development possibilities for over 50 full-time prominent teachers on staff, many foreign tutors, and mentors in the health-care fields in the clinical areas: Nurses, Physicians, and other health-care professionals.  The main aim of the Riga Medical College is to develop professional and personal skills of students that are vital for people in a European multicultural society. College provides students and members with access to the most modern Scientific and research laboratories to promote addressing fundamental and strategically essential questions and delivering economic, social, and cultural impact at regional, national, and international levels.

Study programs

  • Massage and Hydrotherapy;
  • Medicine;
  • Dispensing Optician

International Cooperation

  The activities and partnership projects where Riga Medical College of the University of Latvia is involved are based on identified academic needs, according to study programs and expected learning outcomes for students. Therefore subject and geographical priorities are given to assure optimal benefits for project participants.  Under the Erasmus+, the University College currently has 45 Erasmus partners in 21 countries, offering exchange to students and staff in 4 professional higher education study programs – Nursing, Physician Assistant, Massage and Hydrotherapy, and Dispensing Optician. The partnerships are reviewed and evaluated, to strengthen each relationship.  The objective of participation in the Erasmus+ program is to continue the improvement of the quality and relevance of Health Care Education, high-skill professionalism, and research activities, and increase the competence and motivation of students and teachers. Participation in Erasmus+ projects is building awareness about different Health Care systems and equipping students and teachers with the skills that are necessary to meet all the future challenges of providing care in a transcultural society.
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Rezekne Academy of Technologies

About Academy

  Rezekne Academy of Technologies is the state institution of education and scientific research that implements the study programs as well as is engaged in scientific, research, and artistic creative work in Rezekne, Latvia. It was established based on the branches of the University of Latvia and Riga Technical University.  Every year around 400 students enroll in the studying process at Rezekne Academy of Technologies and in total, more than 2000 students study on our campus. The size of the university allows close interaction between students and personnel in all stages of studies. Numerous international partners, cooperation agreements, and exchange programs for students and academic staff make a multicultural environment at the university. More than 200 Erasmus students and academics participated in the exchange every year. Each student at Rezekne Academic of Technologies is met as an individual. All students receive personal guidance and professors are easily approachable.

Faculties

  • Faculty of Education, Languages, and Design;
  • Faculty of Engineering;
  • Faculty of Economics and Management.

Advantages of Studying

  Valuable Contacts. At Rezekne Academy of Technologies, you build networks that last a lifetime. Academy allows young students to meet new people, listen to lectures from prominent European specialists in the fields of engineering, management, and languages, and get new experiences. Receiving a European-level degree at the Academy is a great possibility to make valuable contacts in the academic sphere and start your academic career. Modern Equipment. Modern labs and auditoriums in new and renovated historical buildings are equipped with the latest technologies. All students and academic staff members have free access to all Academic study and research equipment or technology, to boost their practical knowledge and skills. Students with Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral levels solve real problems and implement innovations in reality. International Cooperation. Close partnerships with local and international companies provide an opportunity for a problem-based studies approach. Recognition. The information on the essence of successfully finished studies, the level, context, content, and status of the person, mentioned in the original of the diploma are included in the supplement of the diploma. These are proof of high quality in teaching, research, internationalization, and corporate interaction at the Academy.
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Latvian Academy of Sports Education, Riga

About Academy

  The Latvian Academy of Sports Education was founded on September 6, 1921, in Riga as the Latvian Institute of Physical Education, but in November 1991 it was renamed as the Latvian Academy of Sport Education (LASE). LASE is an accredited state higher education institution with English and Latvian medium of instruction. The Latvian Academy of Sport Education is a state higher education institution that realizes accredited study programs to train specialists in education and sport to work in state and municipal institutions and organizations. During the study process at LASE, all students receive the knowledge, skills, and capacities needed to direct and organize education, sport, health promotion, and other activities. In 2022 education work at the Academy was provided by 56 members of academic staff, including 17 Professors, 12 Associate Professors, 13 Assistant Professors, 6 Lecturers, 4 Assistants, 4 Leading Researchers, and Researchers, including 37 members of academic staff with having Scientific degree.

Study Programs

  • Education and Sport Specialists
  • Sport Science 
  • Physiotherapy
  • Healthcare Specialists in Sport
  • Sport Science

Research Units

  LASE is the only higher education institution in Latvian, which coordinates and conducts research in sports, as well as educates sports science specialists. So far, scientific activity has mainly been carried out in the Academy's Departments, the Sports Science Institute, Recreation and Environment Institute, Teacher Education Development Institute, and Institute of Movement Ergonomics. As a tradition for many years, the Latvian Academy of Sports Education arranges a Student Research Conference, in the framework of which lecturer and student investigations are approbated. A logical result of these conferences is an annual edition of Sports Science - LASE Scientific Articles. The main aim of the Latvian Academy of Sport Education is to provide internationally recognized high-quality studies, develop innovative research in sport science and integrate it into the study process, which ensures the training of competent and competitive different sports specialists for the Latvian and international job market.
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Daugavpils University

About University

  Daugavpils University was founded in 1921 based on Teacher`s College in the city of Daugavpils, Latvia. DU received its present name on 13 October 2001. It has become the largest educational institution in Eastern Latvia and is a member of the European University Association and the European Union association of universities of small member states. Since 2004 it has benefited from EU Structural Funds for campus expansion and renovation. University offers a European level of education in Business, Management, Engineering, and medical study in Latvia. The DU offers 50+ programs for Undergraduate, Postgraduate, and Doctoral levels of education. The institute has plenty of Bachelor’s and Master’s programs in the English language in various specialties for global students. Currently, University assists in obtaining high-level education for over 5,000 international and national students. They are residing on the University campus for the programs in which many of them are from Non-Eu regions. The Daugavpils University provides its students with renovated apartments in Student Dormitory with a convenient location and developed infrastructure, also the dormitories here are the largest in the nearby region. ​​All programs, realized in Daugavpils University, are licensed and accredited which guarantees their state, European and worldwide approval. Daugavpils university diploma has been certified by European Commission.

Faculties

  • Faculty of Natural Science and Mathematics;
  • Faculty of Education and Management;
  • Faculty of Social Science;
  • Faculty of Humanities;
  • Faculty of Music and Arts.

International Cooperation

  University administration provides active expansion of international cooperation to promote exchanging experiences and knowledge between educational institutions and foreign organizations and implement the transfer of scientific research results of the DU studies from the academic environment to the wider community. Within bilateral agreements our partners are the next universities:
  • Universitas Katolik Parahyangan;
  • Steinbeis Hochschule University;
  • The University of Vechta;
  • The University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt;
  • Qufu Normal University;
  • Warsaw University of Life Sciences;
  • WSB University in Toruń;
  • Wesleyan University;
  • Texas Tech University.
In 2014 the Daugavpils University launched a new European Union support program in the field of education, training, youth, and sport - Erasmus +. The Erasmus + program supports the mobility of people for learning purposes, cooperation to promote innovation, and the exchange of good practices and support for policy reforms. DU has received the Erasmus Higher Education Charter 2021-2027 which provides an opportunity to participate in all Erasmus + activities. The Charter sets out the basic principles that higher education institutions must follow in organizing and implementing the activities of the Erasmus program.
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Latvia University of Science and Technology

About University

  Latvia University of Science and Technology was established as the Agricultural Department at the Riga Polytechnical Institute in 1863. It became an independent institution in 1939 and was renamed Latvia University of Science and Technology in 2018. University provides multiform unique study programs related to advanced agriculture, veterinary medicine, food production, forestry, and landscape architecture. The university is located in Jelgava - an old cultural city that is only 40 km from the capital of Latvia - Riga. Latvia University of Science and Technology is one of the most popular study destinations in Latvia with more than 7,000 international and national students. Foreign applicants are not excluded from the admission process. More than 1,500 high-qualified and prominent teachers and foreign specialists are employed by the university and invited for public lectures or conferences.  Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies (LBTU) offers a wide range of study programs at Undergraduate, Postgraduate, and Doctoral levels for international students in English medium of instruction. 

Faculties

  • Faculty of Economics and Social Development.
  • Faculty of Information Technologies.
  • Faculty of Agriculture.
  • Faculty of Environment and Civil Engineering.
  • Forest Faculty.
  • Faculty of Food Technology.
  • Faculty of Engineering.
  • Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.

Research Units 

  Latvia University of Science and Technology is an active member of state research projects and agreements in the field of biotechnology, life sciences, engineering science,s and social sciences. LBTU’s research specialization is based on its vision, evaluating the university’s scientific competence regarding the development challenges of Latvia, the Baltic Sea region, and the European Union, as well as global challenges. The scientific competence of the university grasps the areas that are related to the sustainable use of natural resources. After establishing the fields of the university’s research specialization, the topicality of each chosen option was assessed concerning the aspect of the society’s quality of life in the present and the future, the needs of the national economy, and the applicability of the expected results. LBTU Research Laboratory of Biotechnology is a basic research unit under the supervision of the LBTU Vice-Rector for Science, who performs testing orders, concludes, maintains, and maintains the State of the Animal Genetic Resources of Latvia, as well as performs scientific research in one of its subbranches.
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University of Latvia, Riga

About University

  The University of Latvia is a state educational institution located in Riga. It was founded in 1919, on the basis of the former Riga Polytechnic (founded in 1862). Scientific activity at the University of Latvia occurs in faculties and scientific institutes. The University of Latvia conducts research in more than 50 research areas and provides permanent access to all Research and Scientific Laboratories. The University of Latvia offers Undergraduate, Graduate, and Doctoral levels of study, and in October 2014 more than 14,000 students, including Ph.D. and exchange students, were enrolled in various study programs. The University offers more than 130 state-accredited academic and professional study programs. Almost one-third of them studied business and economics-related programs. UL has a crucial role in the development of society's academic traditions, national economy, education, environment and health protection, Latvian language, and culture. The opinion of the University of Latvia substantially contributes to public administration decision-making.

Faculties

  • Faculty of Biology
  • Faculty of Computing
  • Faculty of Physics, Mathematics, Optometry
  • Faculty of Geography and Earth Sciences
  • Faculty of Chemistry
  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Faculty of Theology
  • Faculty of History and Philosophy
  • Faculty of Medicine
  • Faculty of Business, Management, and Economics
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Education, Psychology, and Art
  • Faculty of Social Sciences

International Cooperation

  The University of Latvia pays great attention to the development of international cooperation with foreign educational institutions, and private and state organizations to promote international identification, and exchanges and to strengthen a good reputation. Nowadays the main aim of the collaboration is to focus on the content and quality to make internationalization a balanced element of education and research.  The University of Latvia takes part in:
  • bilateral cooperation agreements (with 219 universities in 51 countries);
  • membership in international university organizations and networks;
  • participation in international educational and research programs and projects;
  • exchanges of students and teachers (exchange statistics);
  • International cooperation on the faculty, institute, department, and individual levels.
Active participation within bilateral partnership agreements and European programs has promoted wide cooperation activities within the ERASMUS+ program. The number of agreements with European partner universities has grown tremendously within the last 5 years anticipating more intensive exchanges of students and teachers. At present, the University of Latvia has signed more than 1000 agreements with 450 educational institutions in 33 European programs and over 35 Inter-institutional agreements with 17 partner countries.
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Riga Stradins University

About University

  Riga Stradins University is a worldwide famous and modern educational institution in Riga. It was established in 1950 and was accredited by the Ministry of Education and Science of Latvia. The university provides a wide range of Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs for both international and national students. Riga Stradins University is famous for its high quality of education and a top-10 ranking in Latvia. Currently, 10.000 students are studying at the university including 4.500 international students. The Student Community of Riga Stradins University has brought together the representatives of 70 countries from the EU, the USA, and Asia.  Riga Stradins University guarantees the recognition of the degrees acquired by all the EU and the EEA Member States, according to the Convention of Lisbon. The degrees obtained at RSU are recognized in Sri Lanka, China, India, Lebanon, Syria, Israel, and Jordan. Riga Stradins University Medical Education Technology Centre (METC) is the only simulation center in Latvia and the largest one in the Baltics. The Centre has the appropriate infrastructure and equipment to ensure the acquisition and improvement of medical skills, as well as the implementation of simulation programs in various healthcare sectors.  Riga Stradins University provides free access to all the Research and Scientific Laboratories. It provides students, residents, and doctoral students with the opportunity to develop scientific research works and adapt scientific research and assessment instruments according to modern scientific requirements. RSU provides study placements in various international hospitals for students who speak the language of the respective country. Riga Stradins University cooperates with various medical institutions both in Latvia (Genome database of Latvian population, Riga Eastern Clinical University Hospital, Children Clinical University Hospital, etc.) and abroad (Institute of Molecular Genetics of Russian Academy of Science; Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Institute of Hereditary Pathology, etc.) Studies at Riga Stradins University are integrated with Clinical Practice. Students obtain the basic theoretical material of their chosen specialty by practicing at RSU Clinical Hospitals and the main Medical Treatment and Scientific Institutions in Latvia. Students can also undergo overseas internships at partner hospitals in Germany, France, Poland, and many other countries in the EU.  The credit system at Riga Stradins University differs from the ECTS credit system, but credits and awarded degrees are recognized abroad. One Latvian credit equals 1,5 ECTS credits approximately, which means that one complete study year has 40 credits (equals 60 ECTS). 

Faculties

  • Medicine
  • European Studies 
  • Pharmacy 
  • Dentistry 
  • Law
  • Communication
  • Rehabilitation 
  • Public Health and Social Welfare 
  • Residency 
  • Doctoral Studies 
  • Humanities 

Facilities

  • RSU Health Center and Dental Clinic;
  • RSU Museum of History and Anatomy;
  • RSU Study Centre at Riga East Clinical University Hospital;
  • Medical Education Technology Center;
  • RSU Anatomic Theatre;
  • RSU Business Incubator;
  • Renovated and Equipped Study Rooms;
  • Scientific and Research Laboratories.

Popular Programs and Courses

  • Dentistry;
  • General Medicine;
  • International Business and Start-Up Entrepreneurship;
  • Audio Speech Therapy;
  • Dental Hygiene;
  • Health Sport;
  • Neurosurgery;
  • Oncology;
  • Medicine of Emergency Conditions;
  • Neurology and Reflexotherapy;
  • Nursing;
  • Nutrition;
  • Occupational Therapy;
  • Pediatrics;
  • Pharmacy; 
  • Physiotherapy;
  • Psychology;
  • Public Health;
  • Social Work;
  • International Business and Sustainable Economy;
  • International, Marketing and Advertising;
  • Journalism;
  • Law;
  • Medical Engineering and Physics;
  • Multimedia Communication.

Accommodation

  Modern and renovated RSU Student Accommodation Houses are situated right next to the RSU main building. The location makes it possible to get to the University on foot in 10 minutes. The new three-story hostel comprises 135 rooms, ten of which are adjusted to accommodate people with disabilities.  Rooms adapted for people with various mobility disorders are larger. The furniture is lowered and showers and toilets have been adapted (shower chair, grab bars, help buttons, and adjustable mirrors). Student rooms consist of bedding, furniture, a kitchen area, and a bathroom. The rooms are fully furnished and equipped with a fridge and an extractor hood.  Each room has a bed with a pillow, blanket, bed sheets, desk, chair, shelf, and closet. Please note that students must provide their kitchenware (utensils, pans, pots, etc.). Students are also provided with educational and entertainment facilities, lockable bicycle storage, self-service laundry facilities, and rooms specifically designed for exercise, fitness, and wellness.
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Turiba University, Riga

About University

  Turiba University is the largest private educational institution in the Baltic countries. The university was established in 1993 and provides high-level educational programs in more than 20 specialties. University is a popular study destination among European and Asian students as most of its courses are available in English.  Turiba University gives a quality education for more than 3,500 students and 14,500 alumni.  Every student and all academic staff have permanent access to renovated lecture auditoriums, an extensive scientific library, and modern computer and studying rooms with new technology equipment. The academic staff is more than 250 educated and qualified professionals in economics, business, law, and IT - ready to assist students during their studying path and be in touch with them whenever they need.  University is internationally oriented. It offers a wide range of opportunities to obtain knowledge and experience abroad - ERASMUS programs, double degrees, and bilateral exchange programs are available for all students and staff.  Around 1000 international students from 45 countries become students of Turiba University, Riga.  Turiba University is a multicultural and very friendly environment for any culture and any individual. University administration always invites international lecturers and guest speakers to give students the ability to boost their knowledge and get new experiences.

Faculties

  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Tourism 
  • Faculty of Business Administration 

International Cooperation

  Turība University is a member of a huge amount of international associations, cooperation agreements, and educational organizations that promote the development of study programs and educational systems in countries-members of the European Union. Developing study programs and teaching methods, Turība University cooperates with universities worldwide and ensures the exchange of experience.  Membership in international sectorial organizations in the fields of tourism, IT, or law and justice provides students with the most up-to-date knowledge and skills, as well as allows them to work using modern methods and valuable contacts in academic fields. Turiba University, Riga cooperates with:
  • The European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD);
  • The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO);
  • EURASHE (European Association of Institutions in Higher Education);
  • The International Leadership Association (ILA);
  • AACSB International;
  • European Law Faculties Association (E.L.F.A.).
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Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Riga

About Institute

  Transport and Telecommunication Institute is the largest and most popular non-state technical higher educational and scientific establishment in Riga, the capital of Latvia. University was established in 1999 based on a Technical and Aviation School that dates back to 1919.   Institute provides a studying process for more than 3,000 students and gave great career opportunities for over 7,500 alumni. Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Riga cover a range of technical specialties in the field of electronics and Telecommunications, Information Technology and Computer Science, Economics, Management and Business Administration, Transport, and Logistics. Students from Latvia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Moldova, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, India, Great Britain, and other countries can study at TSI and get a European Degree. The most popular among foreign students areas of study are logistics, information technology, and aviation. TSI conducts multi-faceted research work. According to the results of expert evaluation, the Institute of Transport and Communication, the only one among private universities, is included in the list of leading scientific institutions operating in Latvia. Institute of Transport and Communications achieved excellent results, taking 2nd place among private universities in Latvia.

Faculties

  The institute is divided into several faculties and departments, including
  • Faculty of Computer Science and Electronics
    • Mathematical Methods
    • Computer Networks
    • Electronics
    • Telecommunications
  • Faculty of Management Sciences, Economics, and Transport
    • Management
    • Economics
    • Transportation Technology and Logistics
    • Social Sciences and Law
  • Department of Continuing Education
  • Department of Basic Sciences
  • Telematics and Logistics Institute
  • Leadership Institute
  • Latgale Branch

Mission and Research

  The mission of the Transport and Telecommunications Institute is to become a top-ranked European-level university of applied science offering education and scientific research in the field of telecommunication, engineering, IT, and transportation fields.  TSI enhances its position through the delivery of excellent teaching, engagement in the research of international quality, cooperation agreements with other educational establishments, and knowledge services of the highest standard, enabling Institute to make a significant contribution to the social, cultural, educational, and economic development. Research excellence and innovation are integral to TSI's vision. Its goal is to address fundamental and strategically essential questions and to deliver economic, social, and cultural impact at regional, national, and international levels. The most important research mission of the Institute is the integration of TSI into the global research and educational system through leading research, information, and learning technologies, creating a novel HR system and forming a highly professional research staff, developing strategic communications, and achieving high recognition of TSI nationally and globally. The development of the innovation ecosystem to support the growth potential of TSI in knowledge and technology transfer is the main aim of all research and cooperation agreements of the Institute.
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Liepaja University, Liepaja

About University

  Liepaja University is an accredited state higher educational establishment in Lipaja that implements study programs at the Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral levels of study. ​​The University was founded in 1954 on the basis of the Teacher Training Institute. Nowadays University allows getting a European Degree to around 1,300 students divided over around 30 study directions. Liepaja University is one of the oldest higher educational establishments in the Kurzeme region. For long years Liepaja University offered education in educational science and teaching methods. Concurrently with teacher training study programs a broad spectrum of non-pedagogical study programs has been offered since 1990. The academic staff of Liepaja University consists of highly prepared and prominent specialists in the field of IT, engineering, and social sciences. The number of elected teaching staff members is nearly 80, among them more than 64,8% - Doctors of Sciences; 35,1 % professors and associate professors. Liepaja University offers five full-degree study programs taught in English medium of instruction:
  • Computer science;
  • Physics;
  • Information Technology (Bachelor);
  • New Media Arts (Master). 

Faculties

  • Faculty of Science and Engineering
  • Faculty of Humanitarian Science and Art
  • Faculty of Pedagogy and Social Work
  • Faculty of Management and Social Science

International Cooperation 

  Liepaja University, Latvia is an active member of the association of international cooperation agreements with foreign educational institutions, countries, and private organizations. The main aim of the collaboration is to improve the quality of education, give students the ability to gain new knowledge and skills in their professional fields, and exchange experiences between academic staff and departments.  University is a current member of the ERASMUS program. ERASMUS is the most successful student exchange program in the world that offers the opportunity for student placements in enterprises, university staff teaching, and training, and funds cooperation projects between higher education institutions across Europe. Liepaja University has been registered as one of Latvia's most famous scientific institutions. University has a huge base of research institutes, several research centers, and laboratories that carry out scientific research. The university’s strategic aim is to strengthen international cooperation in research between higher educational institutions across Europe and Asia and raise the level of higher education.
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Ekonomikas un Kultūras augstskola, Riga

About University 

  The EKA University of Applied Sciences was founded on July 23, 1998, and become one of the top-ranked educational establishments in Latvia. The EKA offers its students a modern study environment – real and virtual lecture rooms, the modern library with a vast amount of resources of information, a large variety of books and periodicals, audio materials, video materials, electronic data basis, and informative Internet resources in Latvian, English, German and other languages. University become the place for studying and living for more than 1100 students in 2021-2022. In 2019 EKA achieved ranking top positions in the U-Multirank rating among Latvian private higher education institutions and develop higher education in European Union to a better level. In a study conducted by the Ministry of Education and Science in 2020, graduates of EKA Bachelor′s programs in 2017 ranked first among Latvian private higher education institutions and third place among all Latvian higher education institutions.

Study Programs

  • Management;
  • Marketing;
  • Business Economic;
  • Information Technologies;
  • Business Administration;
  • Brand Design;
  • International Trade and Logistics;
  • Events Organizations;
  • Law;
  • Accounting and Audit;
  • Interior Design;
  • Culture Management;
  • Computer Game Design and Graphics;
  • Business Administration;
  • International Culture Project Management;
  • Circular Economy and Social Entrepreneurship.

International Cooperation

  The EKA has a vast amount of signed cooperation agreements with various educational establishments and organizations. The EKA is a member of the Baltic University Programme that unites 160 universities in 14 countries of the Baltic Sea region. It gives students and university staff opportunities to take part in exchange programs with Baltic Universities, and live and study in top-ranked Universities and Academies in Baltic Countries. The EKA has signed ERASMUS cooperation agreements with higher educational institutions in France, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Macedonia, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, Germany, and Hungary. Every year the list of the EKA University of Applied Sciences partners is expanded with new partners. Every year students and lecturers participate in exchange programs.  In 2013, the University hosted the first Fulbright program scholar. The program is financed by the US State Department. EKA is a member of several Latvian and international associations as the Higher Education Export Association of Latvia, the Latvian Information and Communications Technology Association​, the Latvian Association of Private Universities, the Latvian Employers Confederation, and the Baltic Management Development Association.
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Alte University

About University

  Alte University is a fully accredited higher education institution with 20 years of experience and history in the Georgian educational sphere, which unites more than 2,100 students from 15 countries at 4 schools: Business School, International School of Medicine, School of Law, and School of Humanities and Social Sciences. The University currently offers 12 academic programs, both undergraduate and graduate. The word ‘ALTE’ itself means altitude, highest point, and represents the way of constant development. Within this long-term period, alte university will not be just another educational institution, but it will be the life partner of its students and graduates to help them to find and to develop their unique skills, talents, and possibilities that will make them exceptional. The Alte University International Medical School offers Undergraduate Programs and Postgraduate Programs in the field of General Medicine and Dentistry. Alte University International School of Medicine works in partnership with modern institutions of medical education in Poland, India, Lithuania, Estonia, and Cyprus. The International Medical School study programs follow the standards set by the World Federation for Medical Education. The International School of Medicine is a member of both the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) and the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE).  Alte University offers more than 15 nonmedical academic Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs under the Business School, International School of Medicine, School of Law, and School of Humanities and Social Sciences. The University is accredited by the National Centre for Educational Quality Enhancement of the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia. Alte University has more than 7 large University buildings with ultramodern studying and living facilities. Every student has free access to all modern technology equipment, Wi-Fi zones, audiovisual technologies, and renovated studying and reading rooms. Practical classes are organized every weekend to obtain new information about research works and projects.  Alte University collaborates with the Erasmus+ Program to provide students with opportunities of taking part in various exchange programs across Europe and the USA. The cooperation agreement with Confucius Institute gives students the possibility to study Chinese for free and to take part in various exchange programs in Asia. Alte University is a fully authorized institution located in the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi.
  • 2,100 Students &2,350Alumni
  • Students from 15 countries
  • Unique opportunity of getting practical experience during the studying process
  • Best faculty staff with professional practitioners
  • Strategic alliance with the largest healthcare providers in Georgia 
Alte University is a fully authorized institution. The medical Doctor program is accredited by National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement (NCEQE). Receiving this status from NCEQE is directly connected to education recognition internationally, including in the US, which means the Diploma is recognized worldwide and allows the graduates to continue studying in any country and get employed internationally.
  • Recognized by World Federation for Medical Education (WFME)
  • Member of the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) ➢ Member of the Association of Medical Education in Europe (AMEE)
  • Recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI)
  • Alte University cooperates with the European and US leading universities and offers exchange programs at various European universities to the students for one semester or a year. Thus the university has exchange programs within the individual cooperation, ERASMUS Mundus and Erasmus +

International Students

  Alte University unites more than 2,100 students from 15 countries. The world federation for medical education (WFME) has recognized the Alte University medical program, which is also a member of the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) and the European Medical Education Association (AMEE). The program is recognized and approved by the Medical Council of India (MCI). It is noteworthy that a memorandum of understanding has been signed between Alte University and the Bharath Institute of Higher Education and research, which aims to: exchange programs for medical school students and academic staff, create joint programs in IT and data sciences, facilitate the internship of medical school students in leading medical institutions of Georgia and India and organize joint conferences, seminars, and workshops. At Alte University international school of medicine, international students have the opportunity to study in the field of dentistry and medicine, where they will gain practical experience along with theoretical knowledge. The course is taught in English.

Schools & Programs: 

  • International School of Medicine 
  • Bachelor Program of Business Administration
  • Bachelor Program in Tourism
  • Masters Program of Business Administration
  • Law School 
  • Bachelor Program of Law
  • Masters Program of Law
  • School of Humanities & Social Sciences 
  • Bachelor Program in Psychology
  • Bachelor Program of Journalism
  • Bachelor Program of English Philology
  • Bachelor Program in International Relations
  • Masters Program of National & International Security
  • BBA, MBA, and Executive MBA (in the English language)
  • Bachelor in Computer Science 
  • Bachelor in Information Technology 
  • Medical Doctor 

International School of Medicine

  The aim of the Medical School is to prepare qualified, certified, and competitive doctors with international standards for the worldwide labor market. Medical Programs offered by Alte University are in line with the global labor market requirements necessary for the Medical Doctor. Our students understand the core values of the doctor and meet the requirements of the World Federation for Medical Education. (WFMF)

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

  The School of Humanities and Social Sciences offers undergraduate and graduate programs. The bachelor’s degree includes programs in international relations, journalism, English philology, and psychology, while the master’s degree includes national and international security programs. The School of Humanities and Social Sciences operates modern standard curricula, lectures given by highly qualified practicing lecturers and leading specialists in the field, free Chinese Language Courses at the Confucius Institute, Erasmus + exchange programs at leading universities in Europe, and Asia, and internship programs.

School Of Law

  The School of Law offers undergraduate and graduate programs in law, which focus on equipping students with thorough theoretical knowledge and developing practical skills. The School of Law focuses on the development of professional and personal responsibility, professional growth, and study, as well as the motivation to uphold the norms of professional ethics and establish values so that future professionals can understand, analyze, implement and conduct practical work in their practical activities. and full realization of opportunities and career advancement as a result of successful activities. The School of Law offers students the opportunity to gain in-depth theoretical knowledge through teaching methods of modern standards, interesting lectures given by highly qualified practicing lecturers, active collaboration with numerous partner organizations, and involvement in research projects and simulated processes.

Business School

  The undergraduate and graduate programs in Business Administration and Tourism Administration develop diversified knowledge specialists in the field of management, which significantly increases their employment opportunities. The school’s management and academic staff constantly strive to establish high standards of education based on the implementation of innovative and effective management, permanently update the teaching methodology, develop educational programs, and create the best learning environment for the students. Our strengths are research-based teaching, developing partnerships with advanced educational institutions, and promoting student and teacher mobility in the international educational space.

Students’ Life At Alte University

  At Alte university, teachers give personal attention to each student and every student, as each class comprises hardly 20 students. The classrooms are well equipped with all the necessary technologies such as microscopes, Wi-Fi, round table, projectors, practical specimens, built projectors, etc. Alte University has more than 7 large buildings with ultramodern facilities. Apart from that, universities provide the best hotel facilities for international students on campus. Alte university ensures that students are physically fit during medical studies, and participation in sport classes are a must. At Alte university, seminars are also organized every weekend to provide important information about new research. Alte university also prepares students for FMGE, USMLE, and PLAB screening test examinations in the future, these tests are mandatory for every student to practice in their country.

Accommodation 

  International students do not face any challenges when it comes to finding decent accommodation in Georgia. University offers hostel facilities to its students within the Campus. Hostels are equipped with kitchen facilities that students can use to cook food for themselves.  Beds, mattresses, pillows, blankets, two side tables, one cupboard, and one table and chair are provided in each hostel room. Hot water is accessible. All of the rooms have central heating. On-call plumbers, carpenters, and electricians are all accessible.
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Caucasus International University

26 years have passed since Caucasus International University (CIU) – LLC was founded. The University operates as a Legal Entity of Private Law - a limited liability company. The university was founded as a medical institute “Clinitsist” in 1995. The university received a license from the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Georgia in the same year. In 2005 it was granted Accreditation by the Accreditation Council of Higher Education Institution. In 2006, the name and founders of the institute “Clinitsist” were changed and it was formed as a multi-profile higher education institution – Caucasus International University – LLC. Caucasus International University Awards “Leader of 2018” - Caucasus International University was nominated at the 48th National Business Leaders Award Ceremony. The event was organized by Georgian National Business Ratings Union and the Swiss Rating Association. On March 4, 2019, by the unanimous decision of the Accreditation Council members of Higher Educational Programmes of the National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement, the number of CIU students increased by 2700 and has been defined in total as 7400. CIU offers Bachelor's, One-step, Master's, and Doctoral programs.

INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITY 

  International Relations Department defines the priorities of international collaboration with various universities, higher education institutions, scientific-research centers, and foundations all over the world. It provides the establishment of international contacts of the university, participation of students, academic and administrative personnel in exchange programs and internships; invitation of guests from different universities; participation of scientists and researchers in international conferences; attraction of international students at CIU; involvement of the university in international projects; working out educational projects with foreign universities; partnership with international organizations; finding new partner higher education institutions. Affiliation and Recognition of LLC Caucasus International University
  • World Health Organization (WHO);
  • World Federation for Medical Education (WFME);
  • Foundation for the Advancement of Medical Education and Research (FAIMER);
  • Organization of PhD training programs in the field of biomedical and medical sciences in the European system (ORPHEUS);
  • Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE);
  • Association of Medical Universities of the Kyrgyz Republic (AMUKR);
  • Association of Medical Schools in Europe (AMSE);
  • Asian Medical Education Association (AMEA);
  • International Network of Higher Education Quality Assurance Agencies (INQAAHE);
  • International Federation of Medical Students Association (IFMSA);
  • Asia Pacific Quality Network (APQN);
  • Asian Medical Students Association (AMSA)

RESEARCH

  The Department of Scientific Researches coordinates the scientific activities of Caucasus International University. University supports the establishment of a partnership with academic circles, business companies, the public sector, and non-governmental structures both locally and internationally to widen the scope of new knowledge and introduce the practice. CIU scientific portal allows strengthening integration with CIU academic/scientific personnel and offers a platform for creating new projects, interdisciplinary partnerships, and sharing knowledge and experience.

FACULTY OF MEDICINE

  The faculty of Medicine has been operating since 1995 and has numerous successful and highly qualified alumni. CIU is a member of The World Directory of Medical Schools (World Federation for Medical Education (WFME) and Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER)). Caucasus International University was included in the list of acknowledged foreign Medical Institutions by the Medical Council of India (MCI) in 2016 and it became a member of the International Association for Medical Education “AMEE” in 2018. The Faculty offers the following accredited Educational Programs:
  • Undergraduate Educational Program in Pharmacy;
  • Educational Program in Medicine;
  • Educational Program in Medicine, the language of instruction is English (for entrants admitted through Unified National Exams);
  • English Educational Program in Medicine;
  • Educational Program in Dentistry;
  • English Educational Program in Dentistry;
  • Therapeutic Dentistry Residency Program.

CLINICAL DISCIPLINES

  Practical classes are conducted in leading Georgian clinics and Medical Institutions, thus allowing successful students to be employed in the future. Anatomical Theatre and Clinical Skills Center are functioning at the faculty of Medicine, Caucasus International University. They are equipped with the latest educational-medical technologies – modern computer and high-tech equipment, simulators, and other educational models manufactured by the International Corporation “3B Scientific”. The above-mentioned corporation represents the world leader company in the manufacturing of anatomical and medical–biological patterns (Hamburg, Germany). Medical simulators imitate real patients, which provides the development of students’ clinical and communicative skills. Clinical Skills Centre aims to give efficient and up-to-date education in clinical and practical skills to future doctors. Students have an opportunity to acquire basic clinical, emergency, obstetrics and gynecological, resuscitation, therapeutic, and surgical practical skills. Clinical Skills Centre plays an important role in the upbringing and formation of highly qualified medical personnel. Within the framework of the Dentistry Program, Phantom Cabinets and University Dental Clinic are operating at the university, which enables students to have direct contact with patients from an early stage of studies. Teaching at the faculty is carried out in accordance with international standards. The University provides all the conditions for gaining high-quality knowledge and leading an interesting student life. Academic courses are conducted by highly-qualified academic personnel and visiting professors.

LIBRARY

  Printed and electronic book fund which is in the possession of the university and is compatible with the literature mentioned in the syllabi of educational programs, is used to ensure the quality of the study process. Currently, there are in total of 23971 units in the book fund of the university library. The number of textbooks corresponding to the educational programs is 18614 and they are indicated in educational programs, and 5357 units are supporting literature. The library has subscribed to 30 different periodicals. 22 scientific (Georgian, Russian, and English) journals and 8 newspapers. The university library is included in the International Electronic Library Network and has become a member of the Georgian Library Association since 2010. The students are allowed to access 24 types of international scientific databases, electronic books, use copies, and compact discs which are available at the library. The electronic library program is available at the CIU library. It is printed as well as an electronic catalog organized in accordance with library principles with book funds and electronic cards of readers. A registration journal and reader cards function at the library.

STUDENT LIFE IN CIU

  Caucasus International University (CIU) students have the opportunity to obtain detailed information on student life and services. Student Activities Caucasus International University plays a significant role in the public, and social/cultural life of the country and contributes to the development of the country and society. In addition, it facilitates the development and implementation of effective learning tools. Various events are systematically organized in the university. Every academic year at Caucasus International University is distinguished by the number of events and thematic diversities. Student life significantly defines the formation of an individual’s professional and personal values; correspondingly, CIU is oriented toward creating a healthy student environment at the university. Our aim is to assist and allow every student to reveal himself/herself, develop his/her sphere of interest and participate in student events on behalf of the university. Student Clubs CIU Art Studio organizes summarizing exhibitions annually. The ensemble Caucasian unites students interested in folk songs and instruments. The ensemble is actively involved in University events and various charitable activities. Theater troupe -Wine Theatre is successfully functioning in CIU. The troupe annually participates in an international festival of amateur student theatres – Mask and wins prizes. The club of the cheerful and sharp-witted has been established at CIU. The team Old Boys has won the title of Georgian Champion for the second time during the last three years.

STUDENT EMPLOYMENT

  CIU is actively concerned with the employment of students during the student period as well as after graduation. Career Development Service has been functioning at Caucasus International University since 2012, aiming at facilitating career planning for students and alumni. The service supports them to acquire the skills necessary to succeed in professional careers. The goal of the service is to support the career and professional development of entrants, students, and graduates to carry out the following activities:
  • Offer consultations on professional orientation and career planning;
  • Organize events and projects facilitating employment and career development;
  • Conduct social research (labour market, indicator of student employment, etc.);
  • Develop a Job Search Strategy for students and graduates;
  • Produce/update the base of a potential employer;
  • Produce/update database of job seekers;

HOSTEL

  Hostel And Mess Facilities available at LLC Caucasus International University University has a very good hostel campus with free Wifi access. Accommodations for students are available as singles, doubles, and triples. Additionally, there are separate hostels for women and men. All hostels are furnished with beds, chairs, tables, and other necessary items. Facilities within the campus include a supermarket, a clinic, a pharmacy, etc. The hostel is monitored by CCTV 24 hours a day.
  • Well-equipped facilities
Students have all conditions for comfort: heating, cooling, TV, Internet, bathroom, kitchen, and security.
  • Feel safe and supported
Student Support Officers are responsible for student support including your welfare and all matters of discipline. The security of the Hostel also makes sure our campuses are safe and secure.
  • Efficient Internet connection
Students can use the internet for study anytime.
  • All-inclusive rent
Electricity, water, heat, gas, garbage disposal services, expanded cable TV service, Ethernet Access, and some laundry.
  • Near to the university
The advantage of our accommodation, as opposed to others, is the closeness to the University. The Hostel is located 15 minutes distance from CIU, which makes it more comfortable for the students.
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East European University

EEU is a private university accredited in Georgia that strives to ensure the implementation of international educational standards in teaching and research and to build a notable educational center oriented on the ideals of democracy and humanism. In 2012 EEU obtained authorization and programs’ accreditation from the Ministry of education and Science of Georgia. Currently, EEU runs 19 Bachelor's, Master’s, and Doctoral degree programs in faculties of law and Social Sciences, business and Engineering, and Healthcare Sciences. EEU offers an excellent educational and research environment guaranteed by modern academic programs, high-qualified professors, and the best infrastructure. All the facilities important for studying and scientific activities are concentrated in the university. Professional networking, the possibility to be employed and additional facilities for development give EEU programs much more significance. Students can take internships in more than 150 partner companies. EEU partners are state agencies, public and private organizations, the biggest hospitals in Georgia, pharmaceutical companies and etc. EEU is prominent with highly qualified academic staff, worldwide famous Georgian and Overseas professors, motivated practitioners and young qualified specialists, and intensive partnership with many European Universities, which allows many American, Austrian, British, and French professors to be involved in the implementation all educational programs.

INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITY

  East European University recognizes the demands of the global education market and the importance of enhancing international experience in educational programs. Accordingly, the University is actively pursuing a policy of internationalization, which aims to integrate the University into the European educational system and become one of the leading institutions in the field of higher education. INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP
  • 24 European universities
  • 7 Asian Universities
  • 2 universities in the USA
  • 1 African university
  • Partnership and affiliation with 14 European, Asian and International Organizations
INTERNATIONALISATION OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
  • Erasmus + grants since 2015;
  • Student exchange based on bilateral cooperation with 24 universities;
  • Possibility of obtaining a dual degree with universities of Italy, Poland, and Germany;
  • Foreign professors from the UK, Germany, Italy, Israel, and Austria were involved in the implementation of the program.

RESEARCH

  MISSION OF SCIENTIFIC-RESEARCH ACTIVITIES: The mission of the East European University is the formation of the university as a research-oriented institution, which conducts research relevant to scientific research priorities, provides development of research potential, and integration of research results into the educational process through encouraging, supporting, and collaborating with partner organizations.  VISION:
  • East European University to be recognized internationally, as an integrated and research-oriented institution in the European educational space, for which
  • Encourages academic staff, including young researchers, new knowledge and high-quality scientific publications, the creation, also supports the development of their research potential;
  • Develops a culture of research ethics and promotes the implementation of fundamental, applied, and interdisciplinary studies;
  • Integrates research results into the educational process;
  • Provides popularization of scientific-research activities and their involvement in students;
  • Cooperates with international and local scientific-research institutions and implements research projects with organizations;
  • Ensures the use of the results obtained by scientific research activities for the welfare of society;
  • Optimally and efficiently uses intellectual, financial, and material resources for qualitative research.

FACULTY OF HEALTHCARE SCIENCES

  The Faculty of Healthcare Sciences of the East European University is an educational structural unit that carries out a one-cycle Medical Doctor’s (MD) educational program (English). International students from different countries of the world (India, Israel, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, etc.) study at the Faculty of Healthcare Sciences. All proper conditions are created for students to study and work independently at the Faculty of Healthcare Sciences. The Faculty is equipped with both human and relevant material and technical resources to achieve the learning outcomes defined by the educational program.

THE CLINICAL AND PRACTICAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT CENTER

  The Clinical and Practical Skills Development Center based in the Faculty of Healthcare Sciences carries out its functions equipped with the latest technologies in accordance with modern standards of medical education. University infrastructure and material and technical resources are also available to faculty students without restrictions, including: Properly equipped classrooms, and offices for academic and administrative staff. Conference hall. Library equipped with computers and information-communication technologies, where relevant printed and electronic literature provided by the syllabi of the program is available. Computer resource centers, computers connected to the Internet and internal network, and the software necessary for the teaching/learning process, etc. To develop practical skills for the students of the Faculty of Healthcare Sciences, the University has signed memoranda of cooperation with affiliated clinics. International partner organizations include the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Association for Medical Education (AMEE), the Association of Medical Schools in Europe (AMSE), and the Medical Council of India (MCI). The Faculty of Healthcare Sciences continuously supports the development of the educational process and scientific research, promotes the involvement of faculty students and academic staff in educational and research projects, supports the integration of research results into the educational process, and promotes the professional growth of students and the academic staff.

HOSTEL

  Aspirants at East European University are granted with a seat at the hostel:
  • EEU provides its students with on-campus housing, dormitories, and hostels for students.
  • Dormitories on the campus of EEU are divided into two main blocks, the female and male dormitories.
  • For all requests and problems, students can contact the person responsible for dormitories.
  • The safety of students is of major importance at the university. Therefore, the security works to safeguard the buildings.
  • Every entrance and exit from the campus is monitored, based on the schedule determined by the internal rules of the University. Thus, the safety of students is at a maximum level at the university.

LIBRARY

  A library is a structural unit of the University, which provides all kinds of personnel and students with modern books, as a kind of electronic and digital media resources. An important part of the Library resources is an electronic library, which includes the literature provided by the training program. The Fund is registered in the Electronic catalog. There are more than 5,000 books and more than 3,000 digital entries in the library.

STUDENT'S LIFE AT EAST EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY

  Students from different countries are participating in cultural, charitable, intellectual, and cognitive activities living the joyous life at East European University, Georgia: Guest meetings are conducted periodically through which the students can get vital career exposure and they will get excellent interactions with guests. The university cooperation with the international sports federation so that the students can get actively involved in sports activities conducted by a sports federation. Students who are devoted to sports can show interest in the following streams:
  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Chess
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Georgian National University SEU

Georgian National University SEU is located in the capital city of Georgia, Tbilisi. It was founded in 2001 by Ilia Chavchavadze. Since its inception, the University has always strived to be a domestically and internationally recognized higher education institution. SEU made significant progress and quite quickly become one of the best universities in the country, especially for medical students. To help students on their way in the world of medicine, University will provide students with the knowledge relevant to the requirements of the 21st century and equip them with the skills necessary for their qualifications not only to compete but also to succeed.  Georgian National University values international collaboration at the highest level. International activities of the University include scientific research institutions, planning and implementing joint projects and events, establishing cooperation with foreign universities, international organizations and maintaining relationships with the existing partners (including Erasmus+), promoting and administering programs to support academic and administrative staff (internships, workshops; credit mobility programs), etc. The Faculty of Medicine is a member of the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) and the Association of Medical Schools in Europe (AMSE) and has signed memoranda of cooperation with universities and medical clinics around the world. The faculty students have the opportunity to take internships in foreign (US, UK, Turkey) medical clinics during the winter and summer holidays. The total number of students is 1000 + international students.  SEU offers programs for Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in English.

Faculties: 

 
  • General Medicine 
  • Information Technologies and Systems in Business 
  • Banking
  • Human Resources Management
  • Education Administration
  • Psychology
  • International Relations
  • Journalism
Medium of Instruction: English  Term of Study: 
  • MBBS - 6 years 
  • PG/Ph.D. - 2 years

Specialties: 

 
  • Physician
  • Law
  • Business Administration
  • Management
  • Tourism
  • Finance
  • Information Technologies and Systems in Business 
  • Banking
  • Human Resource Management
  • Education Administration
  • Psychology
  • International Relations
  • Journalism
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Social Psychology

Accommodation

  Student dormitories are located close to the University. They have all the necessary amenities for students.  There are equipped study rooms, recreation rooms, gyms, and a leisure center. Each room in the apartment is equipped with: a bed, bedding, desk and chair, and curtains. The bathroom is shared between double and triple roommates​. Shared facilities: refrigerator, microwave, kitchen range, toaster, TV, cooking utensils (pot, frying pan, knife, cutting board, etc.), laundry room. Free Wi-Fi is available.​ The dormitory is guarded 24 hours. There are two options for accommodation: double rooms and triple rooms.
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Petre Shotadze Tbilisi Medical Academy

About University

  Petre Shotadze Tbilisi Medical Academy was founded in 1992 by a notable Georgian physician, and pediatric surgeon, Petre Shotadze. Since its humble beginnings in 1992, Tbilisi Medical Academy is one of the first private medical schools in the history of independent Georgia.  The study process closely follows the latest updates in higher medical education and offers students dynamically improving facilities and learning processes. During this period, we have trained hundreds of successful physicians working in the leading clinics and healthcare organizations in Georgia and Abroad. Tbilisi Medical Academy aims to provide high-quality education through internalization and establish an international academic reputation through engagement in academic and research processes with strategic partners of the Academy while retaining its core values of equality and equity. Being part of ERASMUS+ and MEVLANA exchange programs, Tbilisi Medical Academy is proud of its existing connections with some of the leading European Universities and aspires to extend its network. Since its foundation, TMA has grown up to more than 1700 graduates who work successfully in leading Georgian and International Hospitals, Universities, and Scientific Centres.

Faculties

  • General Medicine
  • General Surgery
  • Oncology
  • Internal Medicine
  • Gynecology
  • Neurology
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Psychology
  • Cardiology
Petre Shotadze Tbilisi Medical Academy offers Medical Degrees at every Level of Education including MBBS, PG, Ph.D., BD, and MD. All the educational courses are available in English for international students. 

Term of Study

 

MBBS - 6 years PG/Ph.D./MD - 2 years BD - 4 years MD - 2 years

Accommodation

  Petre Shotadze Tbilisi Medical Academy dorms are similar to most college housing options. Most on-campus residence halls include singles, doubles, and suites. Floor plans vary from residence hall to residence hall. As you’ll see, every dorm room is decorated in a unique and fun way - students are creative with their setups to make University feel like home. Тhere are several student accommodation options with a housing capacity of over 1000 students altogether. The modern buildings offer VIP rooms, single or double rooms, common facilities, and leisure time spaces. The rooms are fully furnished with beds, desks, chairs, air conditioning, and/or central heating. The fees for accommodation include wifi, utility bills, cleaning, and laundry services. Transport to and from the university and meals included options are also available, depending on students' preference. The medical academy partners with hostels and hotels for students to feel as comfortable as they are at home! 

Accreditation

  Being a graduate of Petre Shotadze Tbilisi Medical Academy means a globally recognized degree and the right to continue your studies or practice in your preferred country. In 2020, medical education programmes offered by Petre Shotadze Tbilisi Medical Academy got a 7- year accreditation and recognition from NCEQE based on the World Federation for Medical Education standards. Through the international accreditation process, Petre Shotadze Tbilisi Medical Academy has been enlisted in the European Quality Assurance Register for Higher Education and holds the WFME recognition status – two critical steps for stronger positioning of the university as a credible education institution. The awarded medical degrees are recognized by the General Medical Council.
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International European University, Poland

About the University 

  International European University in Poland is the most modern multidisciplinary University in Poland and the European Union. International European University in Poland prepares high-quality professionals in the fields of strong demand. The University welcomes more than 2.000 international students every year to study Medicine, IT, Languages, Engineering, etc.  International European University, Poland is situated in Poznan in the South of Poland and lies among the picturesque rocks of Krakow-Poznan Upland, topped with the ruins of Medieval Castles. 96% of the graduates of IEU, Poland are successful in their job search and are in high demand by the best companies in the world. IEU, Poland's educational standards are recommended and approved by the World Health Organization, the World Medical Association, and IAAR.  Worldwide famous European School of Medicine's aim is to prepare high-level specialists capable of solving problems and conducting research related to public health, disease prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. Medical students of the International European University in Poland use one of the most modern Simulation Centers in Poland for their practical classes. The University collaborates with famous medical institutions in Poland and abroad to let students gain knowledge and experience. No matter what field of study students are interested in — the best doctors of science, teachers, lecturers, and professors are always ready to provide them with the modern knowledge and skills to lead them to a bright future! International European University in Poland graduates are highly required by employers worldwide. Polish Degree puts students ahead of the pack when it comes to internships and job applications.  International European University in Poland offers modern facilities and resources. International European University’s auditoriums and classrooms are equipped with media and innovative technologies for the latest teaching methods to be introduced. Clinical departments with modern diagnostic and medical equipment are located in the leading medical institutions of Poznan. The University conducts Live Medicine Classes for international students using the latest modern technologies.   International European University in Poland cooperates with the best hospitals and clinics in Poznan. Clinical training is the most important part of medical education. Future physicians work directly with patients to gain knowledge in practice.

University Schools: 

  • European Medical School
  • European Business School
  • European School of IT
  • European School of Law
  • European Language School
  • European School of Architecture and Engineering
  • European School of Humanities
  • European School of Life Sciences

Popular Programs and Courses 

  • General Medicine 
  • Dentistry 
  • General Surgery
  • Nursing 
  • Anesthesiology and Intensive Therapy
  • Neurosurgery
  • Oncology
  • Medicine of Emergency Conditions
  • Neurology and Reflexotherapy
  • Pediatrics
  • Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics
  • Medical Computer Science
  • Business Administration
  • Business Management
  • Administrating Management
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering 
  • Ukrainian Language and Literature
  • Romance Languages and Literature
  • Slavic Languages and Literature
  • German Language and Literature 
  • Computer Engineering
  • Information Technologies
  • Cybersecurity

Accommodation 

  The Student Hostel of International European University is intended to accommodate students for the period of study. The hostel is located near International European University in Poland in a picturesque park area. Students easily get to their classes fast and comfortably by foot or by taking the bus, tram, or taxi.  Each block of the student hostel has a toilet and a washroom. Access to hygiene procedures is free 24/7. Every room has beds, wardrobes, tables, and chairs. Each student is provided with a pillow, a blanket, and a set of linen (changed twice a month). Two or three people of the same gender can live in one room.  All rooms are equipped with desks, chairs, heaters, water heaters, wardrobes, bedside tables, bookshelves, conditioners, and suitable lighting for study. Upon the student’s arrival on the campus of the International European University, specific accommodations are assigned to every student. 

Why Students Choose IEU, Poland 

  • International Overseas Studies Programs 
  • Worldwide Recognized University Degree 
  • Affordable Higher Education Programs 
  • Postgraduate Job Prospects and Internships 
  • English-Medium Education System  
  • The Best Clinical Bases and Medical Equipment 
  • Modern Renovated Students Campus 
  • The Best E-Learning Online Platform 
  • Temporary Residence Card in Poland
  • Permission for Work During your Study
  • Professional Teaching and Research Staff 
  • Easy and Fast Admission Process 
International European University in Poland is a place of learning, discovery, expression, and innovation. Our main goal is to create a friendly and educated multicultural community for improving the health and well-being of people around the globe. We develop and apply knowledge in Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Pharmacy, Pediatrics, Business, Engineering, Education, Aviation, Information Technologies, Law, and Art.  The students, alumni, and teaching staff of our 8 dedicated schools are committed to making a difference in education, research, science, and technology. We offer our students on-campus and online programs. Along with the best options of E-Learning Technologies and face-to-face studies, students can dive into the learning atmosphere and obtain high-quality education wherever they are.    International European University, Poland educational standards are intended to guide the development and evaluation of medical education programs. The standards are recommended and approved by the World Health Organization, the World Medical Association, and IAAR.  IEU Poland is a Registered institution in Poland according to the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education and is on par with any State University in Poland. 

International Credit Mobility 

  International European University, Poland offers unique Credit Transfer Programs for all International students worldwide. You have an opportunity to obtain a double degree from a Polish and Ukrainian University without wasting extra time. 

How does It Work? 

  • International Transfer Students from all over the world are able to transfer their credits to the International European University in Poland at any time of the academic year. Students can validate their academic transcripts according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), and if the IEU, Poland training program complies with your gained knowledge, marks, and experience, you will become a part of the International European University in Poland! 
  • International students of any Ukrainian University willing to transfer their study credits to the International European University in Poland are able to get a double degree at the end of their full-cycle studies. 
You will receive Polish Degree that is recognized and highly valued in the EU, the USA, Asia, and all over the world. You will get a chance to cooperate with worldwide famous educational institutions such as Erasmus +, MedEdWorld, Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE), and European Resuscitation Council.
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Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torn

About the University

  The Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń (NCU) was founded in 1945. It is one of the largest universities in Poland, currently comprising 16 faculties (including 3 medical faculties at Collegium Medicum UMK in Bydgoszcz).  The Nicolaus Copernicus University offers graduate and postgraduate courses for more than 18.000 students, providing study courses in over 100 fields of study and 55 postgraduate courses. The university employs 4453 staff members on both the Toruń and Bydgoszcz campuses. The university is among the Top Institutes to study medicine in Poland. QS World University Ranking has ranked NCU among the top 4% of universities across the globe. The Nicolaus Copernicus University participates in student and staff exchange programs at both international (the Erasmus+ program, YUFE) and national (the MOST program) levels. Since 2020 NCU has been a member of the Young Universities for the Future of Europe alliance (YUFE) – one of the first European Universities. Exchanging programs allows the NCU community to take part in initiatives organized in 10 European countries both online and offline.  Collegium Medicum in Bydgoszcz as a part of NCU provides medical education in 16 fields of study offered by three faculties. Higher education programmes in the fields of medicine, nursing, physiotherapy, and laboratory medicine are offered in the English language. Collegium Medicum currently holds 10 accreditations issued by the Polish Accreditation Committee, the National Accreditation Commission for Nursing and Midwifery Education, and the Polish Ministry of Health. Jurasz Hospital Campus includes Hospital and Clinical teaching facilities and the Pharmacy Building.  NCU is one of 10 Polish universities that has obtained the status of a research university. The objective of the “Excellence Initiative  Research University” program is to select and support the best Polish universities, which will be able to successfully compete with foreign institutions in the coming years. The university participates in student and staff exchange programs at both international (the Erasmus+ program, YUFE) and national (the MOST program) levels. Exchanging programs allow the NCU community to take part in initiatives organized in 10 European countries both in physical and virtual forms at the same time while inviting foreigners to get more acquainted with NCU. The University Library holds an imposing collection of nearly 3 million printed volumes, periodicals, and special collection items. NCU campus hosts the Academic Centre for Arts and Culture ‘Od Nowa’, one of the oldest student clubs in Poland. 

Faculties: 

  • Biological and Veterinary Sciences
  • Economic Sciences and Management
  • Fine Arts
  • Health Sciences 
  • Law and Administration
  • Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Medicine
  • Pharmacy 
  • Physics, Astronomy, and Informatics
  • Political Science and Security Studies

Accommodation 

  The two university campuses in Toruń are Centrum (the Center Campus) and Bielany (the Bielany Campus). The university owns 11 dormitories for accommodations for over 3,000 students. Single rooms, double rooms, and triple rooms are provided with attached washrooms and fully furnished furniture. Special apartments are available for students with disabilities. All the students are free to use laundry services, bathrooms, free internet access, study rooms, and cupboards.  Each room is equipped with a bed, desks, bookshelves, and chairs. It has a shower, a toilet, and a kitchenette fitted with some cupboards, a refrigerator, and an electric kettle shared by students. There is also a shared kitchen on every floor equipped with a gas cooker and a sink (hot & cold water). Sheets and a pillowcase are provided every month. The Internet network is available in all student dormitories (every room is connected to it for free).  

Student Life in Toruń

  Toruń is a historical city on the Vistula River in north-central Poland. The Medieval Town of Toruń consists of three elements: the ruins of the Teutonic Castle, the Old Town, and the New Town. The charming Old Town of Torun is of such international importance that it has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Its red-brick Gothic architecture resembles the historic district of Gdansk, but with a much different atmosphere as Torun proves to be much friendlier, cozier, and less spoiled by the influx of visitors. Its lively center is full of diverse cafes and pubs, offering a refreshing stop after sightseeing. Torun specializes in traditional gingerbread that will give your stay an additional, spicy flavor.
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Collegium da Vinci, Poznan

About the University 

  Collegium Da Vinci is one of the best private universities in the Greater Poland Voivodeship. Collegium Da Vinci is proud to onboard more than 12.000 students including 5.000 international students to create and represent the ideal of combining knowledge and practice, according to Leonardo's message.  The high quality of education at Collegium Da Vinci is guaranteed by the implemented and constantly improved Internal Quality Assurance System considering the specific needs of the university. The university is accredited by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Polish Accreditation Committee.  IT studies at CDV are focused on teaching practical skills. Students are provided with up-to-date knowledge and the latest solutions only. Collegium Da Vinci cooperates with numerous major IT companies, including Trecom, Whalla Labs, and Netguru. Management in CDV revolves around the use of Design Thinking, teamwork focused on creative, imaginative problem solving as well as the search for innovative product and service ideas.  The unique study system lets students decide what they want to learn during their studies, they are free to choose the modules that interest them and shape the path of their development! Up to 85% of the courses in CDV are practical classes and workshops. Students gain knowledge and experience by participating in workshops, training, or internships cooperating with lecturers-practitioners.  Collegium Da Vinci is a modern university implementing the use of modern technology and computerization. Students can use all necessary for studying processes equipment and high-tech software on a daily basis. The aim is to promote the usage of digital technologies with old European studying methods to make the educational process faster and easier.  CDV Library comprises the Reading Room of the Women’s Association Konsole presenting an extremely rich collection of publications on feminism, gender, queer, and anti-discrimination. 

Study Modules: 

  • Structured Programming
  • System Programming
  • Graphic Interface And Web Design
  • Advanced Object-Oriented Programming
  • Machine Learning
  • Web App Design 
  • Creative Marketing 
  • Innovation Project Management 
  • Marketing Communication
  • Brand Building
  • Relationship Marketing 

Accommodation

  Collegium Da Vinci provides accommodation in a comfortable dormitory located 400 m from the university building. The territory of the building is safe and surrounded by surveillance cameras. The conditions in dormitories offered are comfortable with all the modern conveniences included.  Students are provided with a large single room with a personal kitchen or they can choose a smaller room for a single living. Students are free to choose an independent studio, fully furnished and locked with individual keys. It has 2 or 3 individual beds, desks with chairs and wardrobes, bookcases, and a kitchenette with a refrigerator and a microwave oven. There are fully furnished bedrooms, bathrooms, laundry rooms, kitchens, and studying and meeting rooms.  A wall-to-wall carpet makes the rooms cozier. Rooms are perfect to study and rest comfortably in it. Students can also enjoy their private bathroom with a shower.  All-Inclusive fee includes fast Wi-Fi, a gym, unlimited media consumption, access to the work and chill zone, 24/7 security, and help from a technician.

Student Life in Poznań

  Poznań is a city on the River Warta in west-central Poland, within the Greater Poland region. Poznań is a city in Poland that’s packed with great things to see and do. The city is steeped in history, yet enjoys a youthful and laid-back vibe with flourishes of modern architecture and public artwork. Similarly to many cities across the world, the city’s main square is the best place to start your visit to Poznań. Established in the 13th century, many of the brightly colored buildings that surround the square are faithful reconstructions of baroque and renaissance-era buildings that were destroyed during the Second World War. Despite their young age, they are still a wonderful sight. There are numerous bars and restaurants that spill out into the square. At night, the bars become a tad livelier, but they mostly retain a casual atmosphere with many still serving a decent menu of top-quality food.
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Medical University of Silesia, Katowice

About the University

  The Medical University of Silesia is the largest medical school in Poland. It has been established on the 20th of March 1948. The Medical University of Silesia offers five schools in 16 fields of study focused on preparing specialists for work in various communities and the national health care system.  The Medical University of Silesia provides education to over 9000 students, including Ph.D. and postgraduate students. The University conducts medical classes in English for students from all over the world. The University offers various forms of international cooperation programs with foreign research centers and universities worldwide.  The Medical University of Silesia cooperates with over 80 foreign universities, including Great Britain, the Czech Republic, Italy, and Sweden. This cooperation concerns the exchange of students, the exchange of information in the field of teaching programs as well as the exchange and training of teaching staff. The Medical University of Silesia is accredited by the Polish Accreditation Committee and recognized by the World Health Organisation through the World Directory of Medical Schools. The university is equipped with modern medical laboratories to develop outstanding research programs and ensure educational and scientific development. SUM cooperates with over 80 foreign universities, including Great Britain, the Czech Republic, Italy, and Sweden. This cooperation concerns, inter alia, the exchange of students, the exchange of information in the field of teaching programs as well as the exchange and training of teaching staff. The university has established contacts and cooperation with numerous leading national and foreign centers, with which it conducts joint research and exchange of experiences. The high level of classes at the Medical University of Silesia in Katowice is guaranteed by over 1,300 academic teachers, including approximately independent research and teaching staff. The knowledge and qualifications of SUM employees are appreciated both in Poland and in the world, many of them receive honorary doctorates honoris causa, and sit in the authorities of European and Polish scientific societies. The Medical University of Silesia offers 70 programs in 240 medical specializations every academic year to help students meet the challenges across the society and labor market.  Studies in English were established in the following fields: medicine and dentistry, pharmacy and medical biotechnology, physiotherapy, nursing, obstetrics, public health, and dietetics. The Medical University of Silesia in Katowice educates doctoral students and offers education in Postgraduate studies, as well as training and specialization courses. 

Schools:

  • School of Medicine;
  • School of Dentistry;
  • School of Pharmacy;
  • School of Public Health; 
  • School of Health Sciences.

Specialties

  • Pharmacy and medical biotechnology;
  • Physiotherapy;
  • Nursing;
  • Obstetrics;
  • Public Health;
  • Dietetics
  • Dentistry; 
  • General Medicine;
  • Pharmacy;
  • Midwifery;
  • Medical biotechnology

Accommodation 

  The Medical University of Silesia in Katowice offers accommodation for students at the dormitory located on the campus, within a walking distance from the basic science buildings in Katowice-Ligota.  All the rooms are fully furnished and ensured with modern conveniences like cold and hot water, electricity, free Wi-Fi, central heating during the winter period, etc. There is laundry, kitchen, library, TV room, assembly hall, and gym available every day of the week. The dormitories are totally safe, owing to the surveillance cameras and strict pass system. The outdoor territory is surrounded by supermarkets, cafes and coffee bars, banks, and sports centers. 

Student Life in Katowice

  Katowice is the main city of Upper Silesia - a historical part of Poland. Katowice City has plenty of green spaces and parks such as Silesian Culture, Refreshment park, Tadeusz Kosciuszko Park, and Zadole park which are tourist attractions of the city. Today Katowice's city center is packed with modern architecture, and filled with cafes, restaurants, pubs, and clubs to match all tastes. Those seeking more conventional interpretations of the word 'attraction' will find plenty of cleaned-up 19th-century architecture in the form of handsome townhouses in Downtown Katowice. One of the best museums in southern Poland is the Silesian Museum, on the site of the former Katowice Coal Mine, which today forms the city's, Cultural Zone.  Speaking of entertainment, Katowice is a big international center for theatrical and stage events. The city hosts music festivals such as the Rawa Blues, the Tauron New Music Festival, the Silesian Jazz Festival, and the Mayday Festival, which attract hundreds of thousands of visitors. The nightlife is Katowice, one every student should enjoy. There’s no shortage of clubs and other places of interest where you could enjoy some free time away from studying.
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Swps University, Warsaw

About the University

  SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities is a leading higher education institution in Poland. It ranks among the top 6 percent of research institutions in Poland and has been granted the A+ category in Social Sciences in the assessment conducted by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.  The University was established in 1996 by three eminent professors of Psychology and after more than twenty years of dynamic growth, University is proud to be a strong community of over 300 permanent faculty of researchers and experienced academics teaching over 14,500 students enrolled in 35 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs.  SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities offers 16 programs taught in English to over 1,100 international students from more than 80 countries. All the degree programs are accredited by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Republic of Poland and are recognized within the European Union.  With over 20 research centers and nearly 600 authors of scholarly papers, affiliated with SWPS University, it remains one of the most dynamic research universities in Poland. Psychology is the strongest SWPS University field of expertise comprising more than 60 percent of the academic output in English and securing the majority of research grants.  SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities international partners include University College London, the University of Lincoln, Bath Spa University, the University of Northampton, the University of Surrey, Tilburg University, and the University of Groningen. The institutional partners include Renmin University of China, SUSTech, and Arizona State University.

Faculties: 

  • Faculty of Design in Warsaw 
  • Faculty of Humanities in Warsaw 
  • Faculty of Law and Communication in Wrocław 
  • Faculty of Law in Warsaw 
  • Faculty of Psychology and Law in Poznań 
  • Faculty of Psychology in Katowice 
  • Faculty of Psychology in Sopot 
  • Faculty of Psychology in Warsaw 
  • Faculty of Psychology in Wrocław 
  • Faculty of Social Sciences in Warsaw

Research Institutes: 

  • Institute of Humanities
  • Institute of Social Sciences
  • Institute of Design
  • Institute of Law
  • Institute of Psychology

Accommodation 

  SWPS University is located in five major Polish cities: Warsaw, Wrocław, Sopot, Poznań, and Katowice. The main campus is situated in Warsaw, the capital of Poland. All the campuses are spacious, modern, well equipped, and have become integral parts of the cities where they are located.  Private student accommodation is located within a walking distance from the Warsaw campus of SWPS University. It is a brand-new building that offers an urban lifestyle in an all-in-one formula, including spaces for living, studying, and creative projects. Club room for socializing and entertainment, laundry facilities, chill out space, including kitchen, tables for eating or working, TV, and couches are free to use for all the students. 

Student Life in Warsaw

  Warsaw is Poland's capital and largest city, with 1.8 million inhabitants. It is on the Vistula River in the middle of the country. As you stroll the streets of the city, you’ll be struck by the versatility of Warsaw. Skyscrapers and luxury retail outlets neighbor museums and libraries in a space that feels both cosmopolitan and yet rather raw. Warsaw’s Old Town is the jewel in the Polish capital’s crown. It delights visitors with its colorful tenement houses and the unique atmosphere of its narrow streets. You can visit the Museum of Warsaw or follow the Old Town Cellars Route. See also the barbican and the bell on Kanonia street, take a stroll along the old city walls, and take a photo of the Vistula from the observation point at Gnojna Góra. Step into the cathedral, which houses the tombs of the medieval Mazovian princes.
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Agh University of Science and Technology, Warsaw

About the University

  AGH University of Science and Technology is a modern research higher educational institution, situated in Krakow, Poland. The University has been evaluated as one of the best educational establishments in the technical field within the country. According to the global ranking, it has an honorable 520th place and 165th place in Europe. To develop scientific activity, AGH University of Science and Technology constantly makes significant investments in the latest and the highest quality appliances and materials. Currently, there are more than 800 fully equipped laboratories, engaged in all kinds of educational and research processes. AGH University of Science and Technology curriculum includes 22 fields of study taught entirely in English. The AGH UST Doctoral School is a perfect place for students who want to continue their education. The Doctoral School is an assortment of more than 100 professional courses to improve the career opportunities and personal development of graduates.  AGH University of Science and Technology encourages international collaboration and has already signed more than 300 general cooperation agreements with leading educational establishments around the world. The AGH UST educates around 21,000 students and offers nearly 70 fields of study at 16 faculties. There are around 2,000 experienced professionals on the academic staff, including more than 700 professors and associate professors.  The innovative potential of AGH University of Science and Technology is based on its intellectual property expressed in the number of patents, trademarks, and utility models, as well as the know-how and sheer experience of our scientists and students. Each year the AGH UST obtains nearly 100 patents and grants several dozens of licenses. Moreover, AGH University of Science and Technology ranks at the top among Polish institutions in terms of the number of patent applications filed to the European Patent Office and the World Intellectual Property Organization, as well as those submitted in other countries. The research activities span the fields of technical sciences, natural sciences, Earth sciences, and social sciences, with an emphasis on current priorities of the economy and business, in such areas as digitization, energy transformation and zero-emission economy, climate change, circular economy, and Industry 4.0. Among the many prospective research fields at the AGH UST, research related to space engineering is being developed intensively. The innovative potential of the university is based on its intellectual property, which is expressed in the number of patents, trademarks, and utility models, as well as the know-how and sheer experience of our scientists and students. Each year, the AGH UST obtains nearly 100 patents and grants several dozens of licenses. Moreover, it ranks at the top among Polish institutions in terms of the number of patent applications filed to the European Patent Office and the World Intellectual Property Organization, as well as those submitted in other countries. 

Faculties

  • Faculty of Civil Engineering and Resource Management;
  • Faculty of Metals Engineering and Industrial Computer Science;
  • Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Automatics, Computer Science and Engineering in Biomedicine;
  • Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications;
  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics;
  • Faculty of Geology, Geophysics and Environmental Protection;
  • Faculty of Mining Surveying and Environmental Engineering;
  • Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramics;
  • Faculty of Foundry Engineering;
  • Faculty of Non-Ferrous Metals;
  • Faculty of Drilling, Oil and Gas;
  • Faculty of Management;
  • Faculty of Energy and Fuels;
  • Faculty of Physics and Applied Computer Science;
  • Faculty of Applied Mathematics;
  • Faculty of Humanities

P.G. Degree Programmes

  • Applied Geology: Economic Geology
  • Automatics and Robotics: Cyber-Physical Systems
  • Chemical Technology: Chemical Technologies in Energy Sector
  • Computer Science and Intelligent Systems: Artificial Intelligence and Data Analysis
  • Electrotechnics: Smart Grids Technology Platform
  • Energy Engineering: Energy Transition
  • Geospatial Computer Science: Remote Sensing and GIS
  • Geophysics: Applied Geophysics
  • Joint Second-cycle (Master) Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Engineering
  • Management: International Management
  • Materials Science: Functional Materials
  • Mechatronic Engineering: Mechatronic Design
  • Metallurgical Engineering
  • Mining Engineering: Mining Engineering

Accommodation 

  AGH UST Student Campus is a truly unique place to live in. Over 7000 students live in 20 dormitories. AGH UST Student Campus is the biggest student estate in Poland.  The Campus is located 1,5 km distance from Main Square, it takes 25 minutes by foot to get to the furthest AGH faculty. There are dozens of tram and bus connections to get to every part of Cracow. 360 cultural events are held during the academic year in 5 student clubs on Campus.  AGH UST holds the lowest dormitory price in Cracow with a relatively highest room standard. All the dormitory residents have free access to laundry and sports objects (volleyball court, basketball court, football field, and gyms) reservations. Student Hostel provides students with comfortable, aesthetically furnished rooms in a studio layout, a bathroom with a shower cabin in each studio, equipped kitchenettes, rooms equipped with bed linen, laundry facilities, a reception desk open 24/7, free Wi-Fi, and free monitored parking space. 

Student Life in Warsaw 

  Warsaw is Poland's capital and largest city, with 1.8 million inhabitants. It is on the Vistula River in the middle of the country. As you stroll the streets of the city, you’ll be struck by the versatility of Warsaw. Skyscrapers and luxury retail outlets neighbor museums and libraries in a space that feels both cosmopolitan and yet rather raw.  Warsaw’s Old Town is the jewel in the Polish capital’s crown. It delights visitors with its colorful tenement houses and the unique atmosphere of its narrow streets. You can visit the Museum of Warsaw or follow the Old Town Cellars Route. See also the barbican and the bell on Kanonia street, take a stroll along the old city walls and take a photo of the Vistula from the observation point at Gnojna Góra. Step into the cathedral, which houses the tombs of the medieval Mazovian princes.
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University of Economics in Katowice

About University

  The University of Economics in Katowice was founded in December 1936 (by the Decree of the Minister of Religious Affairs and Public Education of the Republic of Poland of 1936) as a private School of Social and Economic Sciences. Each year over 11 000 Polish and international students follow our degree programmes at the Bachelor, Master, Doctoral and Post-diploma levels at our five faculties: Business, Finance and Administration, Economics, Finance and Insurance, Informatics and Communication, and Management. The students and graduates of the university engage in the development of the region in the course of their professional lives: managing companies, organizing socioeconomics, taking part in a wide range of business activities.  Due to the balance between academic strength and soft skills in the courses as well as professional career services the employability of the graduates of the University of Economics in Katowice is very high. University of Economics in Katowice participates in various projects, often in partnership with companies and public institutions. Over the years, the University has cooperated with such entities as: Amazon, Decathlon, Elamed, FAMUR, ING Bank Śląski, Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Tarnowskie Góry, Koleje Śląskie, Silesian Museum, Radio Katowice

Faculties

  University of Economics in Katowice consists of 4 faculties:
  • Faculty of Economics;
  • Faculty of Finance;
  • Faculty of Informatics and Communication;
  • Faculty of Management.

Student Life in Katowice

  Katowice is the main city of Upper Silesia - a historical part of Poland. Katowice City has plenty of green spaces and parks such as Silesian Culture, Refreshment park, Tadeusz Kosciuszko Park and Zadole park which are tourist attractions of the city. Today Katowice's city center is packed with modern architecture, and filled with cafes, restaurants, pubs and clubs to match all tastes. Those seeking more conventional interpretations of the word 'attraction' will find plenty of cleaned-up 19th century architecture in the form of handsome townhouses in Downtown Katowice. One of the best museums in southern Poland is the Silesian Museum, on the site of the former Katowice Coal Mine, which today forms the city's Cultural Zone.  Speaking of entertainment, Katowice is a big international center for theatrical and stage events. The city hosts music festivals such as the Rawa Blues, the Tauron New Music Festival, the Silesian Jazz Festival, and the Mayday Festival, which attract hundreds of thousands of visitors. The nightlife is Katowice, one every student should enjoy. There’s no shortage of clubs and other places of interest where you could enjoy some free time away from studying.

Accommodation

  The Dormitory is situated about 20 minutes by bus (very good public transport connections) from the main University buildings, in Ligota - a green and quiet district of Katowice, with its own center and railway station. The dormitory is located near a big student residential area consisting of dormitories from almost all higher education institutions in Katowice. The sports facilities of the university include an indoor swimming pool, 2 gyms, and a sauna.

International Cooperation

  The University of Economics in Katowice maintains international partnerships with numerous higher education institutions. The cooperation includes such initiatives as: the ERASMUS program, business trips of academic and administrative staff, organization of scientific conferences and promotional events, as well as joint international programs and projects. UE Katowice has signed partnership agreements with selected universities located in Albania, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Belarus, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Spain, the Netherlands, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Kazakhstan, Colombia, South Korea, Lebanon, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Mauritius, Norway, Palestine, Paraguay, Portugal, Russia, Romania, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, Ukraine, USA, and the United Kingdom.
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Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University

About University

  Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw is a Polish state university created on the basis of the Academy of Catholic Theology in 1999, in Warsaw. It is a university with 32 fields of study, over 16.000 students, 785 academic teachers, and 1100 administrative staff. The UKSW is a Catholic university due to its roots and current mission. The university declares its attachment to the teaching of the Catholic Church and to the universal values of which it is the keeper. The university offers 40 majors, including medicine, psychology, law, journalism, environmental engineering, Italian philology, and economics. Students have the opportunity to go on to over 60 universities in Europe under the Erasmus program. There are numerous student scientific associations and student organizations, student theater and choir. Apart from acquiring knowledge, students can realize their passions and broaden their interests in almost 60 student and doctoral scientific circles. They can also take part in initiatives organized by the University Students Government, such as Students Days, Belfry of the Year Gala, or integration camps for first-year students. The university's lecturers are experts recognized in the environment, who each year receive prestigious awards and distinctions for their scientific and research activities. They are representatives of the highest committees of scientific bodies, state authorities and business councils. The projects led by University scientists were recognized in 2020, among others, by the Polish Intelligent Development Award in the category: University of the Future.

Faculties

  Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University consists of 12 faculties:
  • Faculty of Theology;
  • Faculty of Canon Law;
  • Faculty of Christian Philosophy;
  • Faculty of Historical Sciences;
  • Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences;
  • Faculty of Law and Administration;
  • Faculty of Humanities;
  • Faculty of Family Studies;
  • Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences;
  • Faculty of Education;
  • Faculty of Biology and Environmental Sciences;
  • Faculty of Medicine.

Student Life in Warsaw

  Warsaw is Poland's capital and largest city, with 1.8 million inhabitants. It is on the Vistula River in the middle of the country. As you stroll the streets of the city, you’ll be struck by the versatility of Warsaw. Skyscrapers and luxury retail outlets neighbor museums and libraries in a space that feels both cosmopolitan and yet rather raw. Warsaw’s Old Town is the jewel in the Polish capital’s crown. It delights visitors with its colorful tenement houses and the unique atmosphere of its narrow streets. You can  visit the Museum of Warsaw or follow the Old Town Cellars Route. See also the barbican and the bell on Kanonia street, take a stroll along the old city walls and take a photo of the Vistula from the observation point at Gnojna Góra. Step into the cathedral, which houses the tombs of the medieval Mazovian princes.

Accommodation

  The university offers accommodation in the Student Residence in double rooms. On both campuses of the university there are canteens with a wide variety of gastronomic offerings. In the main buildings (New building on Bielany and building 21 on Młociny) one can also buy light meals and drinks in cafeterias. There are sports facilities as well.  

Modern Equipment

  The University has a variety of scientific and didactic facilities. The university excels by offering almost 50 modern laboratories, a large sports hall and a recording studio. Spacious lecture halls are equipped with advanced audiovisual equipment. Everything has been designed to increase the effectiveness and convenience of classes.Be eco-friendly together. On the Wóycickiego campus in the Mazowieckie Laboratory Center for Natural Sciences, which is equipped with the most modern equipment for conducting analyzes and experiments, practical classes for students of exact and medical sciences are held. The latest investment on the Wóycickiego campus is the modern Collegium Medicum building, opened in spring 2022. On the campus in Dziekanów Leśny, which is of a research and scientific nature, a Multidisciplinary Research Center has been launched. Its purpose is to implement innovative solutions of digital and IT technologies to the social and economic environment. The university also has a modern Sports Hall with an auditorium for 230 seats and a radio and television studio.
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Maritime University of Szczecin

About University

  Maritime University of Szczecin – one of the three Polish higher education institutions with a maritime training profile. The University is a technical school with over a 70-year-old tradition, founded in 1947 and has already released more than 15 thousand graduates. The university provides top-class education to 3000+ students (including 400 foreign students from 20 countries) within 17 BSc programmes (including 2 in English) and 9 MSc programmes (including 3 in English). The university also offers 7 non-degree postgraduate programmes, and numerous vocational courses and training. The main objective of the university is to train maritime professionals including merchant, passenger and fishing fleet personnel (navigators, deck officers, mechanical and electrical engineers), as well as qualified on-shore operators and managers for shipowners and port service companies involved in maritime and inland shipping. Maritime University of Szczecin offers students a wide range of courses that also provide highly qualified personnel for IT, surveying services, transport, freight forwarding, and logistics, with a particular focus on maritime industry jobs. The graduates of the university meet all the requirements of the STCW standards and demands of today’s global job market. The University boasts over 100 well-equipped laboratories, a modern research-training ship - the m/s Nawigator XXI and 16 most technically advanced simulators such as: Ship Handling, LNG Training Centre, Anti-Collision ARPA, Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS), Satellite Communication System - GMDSS, Cargo Handling, Fishing etc.They make the University one of the best-equipped maritime universities in the world.

Faculties

  Maritime University of Szczecin consists of 5 faculties:
  •   Faculty of Navigation;
  •   Faculty of Marine Engineering;
  •   Faculty of Engineering and Economics of Transport;
  •   Faculty of Computer Science and Telecommunications;
  •   Faculty of Mechatronics and Electrical Engineering.

Student Life in Szczecin

  Szczecin is the capital city of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship in Poland. In the vicinity of the Baltic Sea, it is the country's seventh-largest city and a major seaport in Poland. Szczecin's architectural style is due to trends popular in the last half of the 19th century and the first years of the 20th century, Academic art and Art Nouveau. The city has an abundance of green areas: parks and avenues – wide streets with trees planted in the island separating opposite traffic and roundabouts. Students find that Szczecin is a lively city with the wide range of social, cultural and recreational facilities available in the region. By studying in Szczecin one gets the additional benefit of learning about a new culture. Szczecin can provide a broad spectrum of activities to do in your spare time. Activities range from golf, football and sport gyms to bowling, pool and pub crawling. The city has a wide cultural life with its own philharmonic orchestra, opera, art galleries, clubs etc.

Accommodation

  Maritime University students are offered accommodation in dormitories which are located 300 meters from the main building of the Maritime University. KORAB and PASSAT are two, ten-storied buildings which can accommodate nearly 1000 students. The dormitories offer single, double and triple rooms which, grouped into two or four, share one self-contained bathroom. Each room is equipped with standard furniture (bunk and single beds, cupboards, wardrobes, desks, chairs) as well as with basic equipment like duvets, pillows and sheets. In addition, students can use the canteen, library, swimming pool and more.

Research

  The university conducts research on the most pressing, maritime- and transport-related issues, both as a part of the University’s statutory activity as well as in commissioned works sponsored by the private sector. The research comprises such themes as e.g. smart, green and integrated transport, technologies for low emission and green vehicles, satellite navigation and communication, machines construction, exploitation and diagnostics, leakage currents active compensation, ship to grid electrical systems, hydrography & remote sensing etc. The scientific research undertaken by the Maritime University of Szczecin has resulted in many (international) projects implemented under the following programmes: EURATOM, Baltic Sea Region, South Baltic Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme, ERA NET Transport III, Polish-Norwegian Research Cooperation.
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Tadeusz Kosciuszko Cracow University of Technology

About University

  The Cracow University of Technology is a national autonomous university with a long academic tradition. It was founded in 1945. In 1975 the University was named after Tadeusz Kościuszko, a Polish and an American national hero, a general and a skilled engineer of fortifications around Cracow and the West Point fortification in the United States.  At present, the Cracow University of Technology is offering 36 degree programmes. Over 16,000 students are enrolled in undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate and doctoral courses and programmes supervised by 897 academic teachers including 238 professors. Total number of alumni that graduated from the Cracow University of Technology exceeds 62,500.

Faculties

  Cracow University of Technology consists of 7 faculties:
  •  Faculty of Architecture;
  •  Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering;
  •  Faculty of Civil Engineering;
  •  Faculty of Environmental Engineering;
  •  Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology;
  •  Faculty of Mechanical Engineering;
  •  Faculty of Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science.

Student Life in Krakow

  Kraków is the second-largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. Situated on the Vistula River, the city dates back to the seventh century. The beautiful city of Krakow, the former capital of Poland, is a dreamland for those with a fascination for architecture and is a great destination for history buffs. Simply strolling the quaint streets of its Old Town will immerse you in its past and get you acquainted with buildings made under the Baroque, Gothic, and Renaissance periods of the country. You can also visit the harrowing remnants of the ghetto, Schindler’s Enamel Factory, and the ruins of former concentration camps to learn about city life back in World War II and see how far the city has come and how it evolved into the lively hub for art and education that it is today.

Accommodation

  Cracow University of Technology offers accommodation in its students' residence hall located at Skarzyńskiego Street, in DS-4 Balon (twin rooms, shared bathrooms and shared kitchen). Also students have the opportunity to develop passion for sports becoming members of the CUT Academic Sports Association and using the CUT Sports and Recreation Centre. Social and sports facilities belong to the most modern and sophisticated of all Cracow universities and technical universities in Poland. The university offers its students over 2,5 thousand places in 5 dormitories.

 Research

  The strategic goal of the university is to perform the role of an innovative and entrepreneurial educational institution where education is on a par with research and transfer of technologies to the economy.  At present our researchers are working on a number of projects which have good chance of being implemented. Some of them are listed below:
  • The car of the future, an ultralight electric vehicle called ‘Buzz’. Its batteries can be charged using a standard household socket. The vehicle has been qualified for protection under Registered Community Design which means that its appearance will be protected across the European Union.
  • A method of obtaining nanomaterials using vegetable oil extracts and nanometal suspensions.
  • Method of obtaining hydroxyapatite calcium phosphate(HA) containing silver particles which can be applied in surgery to reconstruct bone defects.
  • Technology of computer modeling of a custom skull prosthesis.
  • Susceptible polymer joint is a construction element which allows load bearing inbuilt objects where joints are susceptible to great deformities.
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University of Szczecin

About University

  The University of Szczecin was established as a result of the merger of the Faculty of Engineering and Economics of Transport at the Szczecin University of Technology and the Pedagogical University in Szczecin in 1984. It began operating in the academic year 1985/1986 and since then it has been dynamically developing, dynamically developing the post-war academic tradition and playing an important culture-forming role in the city and the region. It is currently the largest university in Western Pomerania, employing approximately 1,100 academic teachers and over 800 administrative staff.

Faculties

  University of Szczecin consists of 9 faculties:
  • Faculty of Humanities;
  • Faculty of Law and Administration;
  • Faculty of Natural Sciences;
  • Faculty of Mathematics and Physics;
  • Faculty of Economics and Management;
  • Faculty of Management and Economics of Services;
  • Faculty of Theology;
  • Faculty of Geosciences;
  • Faculty of Philology.

Student Life in Szczecin

  Szczecin is the capital city of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship in Poland. In the vicinity of the Baltic Sea, it is the country's seventh-largest city and a major seaport in Poland. Szczecin's architectural style is due to trends popular in the last half of the 19th century and the first years of the 20th century, Academic art and Art Nouveau. The city has an abundance of green areas: parks and avenues – wide streets with trees planted in the island separating opposite traffic and roundabouts. Students find that Szczecin is a lively city with the wide range of social, cultural and recreational facilities available in the region. By studying in Szczecin one gets the additional benefit of learning about a new culture. Szczecin can provide a broad spectrum of activities to do in your spare time. Activities range from golf, football and sport gyms to bowling, pool and pub crawling. The city has a wide cultural life with its own philharmonic orchestra, opera, art galleries, clubs etc.

Accommodation

  The University of Szczecin offers students a place in a room in one of the dormitories. Usually, students live in double rooms. Depending on the dormitory, the kitchen may be shared by all students on one floor or shared by two rooms. Rooms are equipped with everything necessary for life and study.You can use the Internet in all of the dorms. There is no WiFi access and the computers are connected by the network cable. Each dormitory has a reception and administration office.

Student Exchange Program

  The University of Szczecin joined the Erasmus program in 1998 and since then has signed a number of Erasmus bilateral agreements with universities from EU countries, Norway, and Turkey. This cooperation includes student and staff exchange. The number of participants keeps increasing each year. Students from partner universities may spend one or two semesters at the University of Szczecin, once they are officially nominated by their home Erasmus coordinator. Application procedures and scholarship rules are different depending on the country where your home university is located.  Programme countries are EU countries, Turkey, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and FYROM.
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Maria Curie Sklodowska University

About University

  Maria Curie Skłodowska University was established three months after Nazi’s occupation ended in Lublin on October 23, 1944. A group of scholars from Lviv and scientists who survived the occupation of Lublin started to work in Lublin Catholic University, which used to specialize in humanist sciences. It is named in honor of Marie Curie-Sklodowska. Currently the number of students is almost 36,000. The university has 302 professors (157 full professors), 231 habilitated doctors, 826 senior lecturers, and 1829 teachers in total. Total staff is 3628. To meet the growing demand for higher education, the university has established branches in other cities.

Faculties

  Maria Curie-Skłodowska University consists of 12 faculties:
  • Arts;
  • Biology and Biotechnology;
  • Chemistry;
  • Economics;
  • Geosciences and Land Management;
  • Philosophy and Sociology;
  • Humanities;
  • Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science;
  • Pedagogy and Psychology;
  • Political Science and Journalism;
  • Law and Administration;
  • Off-Campus Branch in Pulawy.

Student Life in Lublin

  Lublin is the capital of the Lublin Region and the biggest town in Eastern Poland. Lublin’s Old Town is full of charm with its cobbled narrow streets and traditional style architecture and Renaissance burgher houses. Everything here is seeping with history and character. In fact, this area is sometimes referred to as “Little Krakow”. There are more than 100 historic mansions and other buildings to marvel at. For a different perspective, you can try the underground tourist trail, which visits old wine cellars and shop basements from various points in the city’s history to give you a more intimate look at the past and present ways of life in Lublin.

Accommodation

  Maria Curie Skłodowska University offers accommodation in the following dormitories: Amor, Babilon, Femina, Grześ, Helios, Ikar, Jowisz, Zana and Kronos. Each segment (most of segments consist of two rooms) of the dormitory is equipped with: fully furnished and equipped kitchen (electric cooker with an oven, fridge, sink, furniture); fully furnished and equipped bathroom (shower, basin, automatic washing machine); separate toilet; household intercom. Each room is equipped with: furniture (wardrobes, beds, hanging cupboards, cupboards, computer desks, chairs, etc). Internet access is in each room. Also there are quiet learning rooms, TV room, entertainment rooms, and laundry.

Research

  Research, along with education, constitutes the most important sphere of university activity. UMCS conducts research at eleven Faculties and at the University’s interdisciplinary centers. These investigations bring numerous remarkable achievements and are the foundation for scholarly development of the academic staff. Every year ca. 40 doctoral and 20 postdoctoral degrees and 20 professorial titles are conferred at the University. The university ambition is to meet the requirement of the HR Excellence in Research award. This is a token of recognition by the European Commission shown to institutions that implement a strategy for improvement of working conditions and facilitation of career development of researchers.
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Bialystok University of Technology

About University

  Originally established in 1949 as a Private Evening Engineering College with the departments of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, and nationalized in 1951, Bialystok University of Technology (BUT) finally acquired its university status in 1974. Today Bialystok University of Technology employs more than 620 academic educators and provides graduate courses for more than 7000 students (350 international students) University offers 30 first degree courses, 20 second degree courses, 8 rights to confer PhD degrees, 5 rights to confer post-doctoral degrees, over 500 bilateral agreements in scientific and educational cooperation with foreign partners, 20 double-degree agreements.

Faculties

  • Bialystok University of Technology consists of 6 faculties:
  • Faculty of Architecture;
  • Faculty of Civil Engineering and Environmental Sciences;
  • Faculty of Electrical Engineering;
  • Faculty of Computer Science;
  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering;
  • Faculty of Engineering Management.

Student Life in Bialystok

  Białystok is northeastern Poland’s largest city and the capital of the Podlaskie Province.  Sitting close to the borders with Belarus, Lithuania, and Russia, Białystok is a very culturally diverse city and home to the inventor of the universal language Esperanto. The city is surrounded by numerous natural and historical sites. Among these is the UNESCO listed Białowieski National Park, the habitat of the European bison. These are all well worth putting on your list of must-sees: the Saint Sophia Orthodox Church of Divine Wisdom, which was modeled on the Hagia Sophia in the former Constantinople (Istanbul); the Muslim Prayer House that now serves as a mosque; and what used to be known as the Cytron Synagogue, which today is home to the Śledziński Gallery, displaying artifacts from the famous Śledziński family.

Accommodation

  The Bialystok University of Technology student hostels, located almost in the town center (500 m from the Zwierzyniecki Park), offer nearly 1400 places. Student Residence Halls provide reasonably priced and good standard accommodation with Internet access for over 2 000 students. The bus stops and public bicycle stations near the student hostels enable our students to reach any destination in Bialystok or its neighborhood with no problem. There are sporting facilities such as a modern sports hall, gyms, tennis courts as well as student clubs. Bialystok University of Technology also has its own recreation center „Dwór Mejera” picturesquely located near the Lithuanian border.

Student Exchange Programs

  Bialystok University of Technology cooperates with many academic centers all over the world. We have over 500 active bilateral agreements in scientific and educational cooperation with foreign partners. Under the Erasmus+ Programme you can study for 1 semester or 2 semesters at one of our partner universities, get to know other cultures and languages, and meet new friends. Every year, nearly 500 students take this opportunity. Universities in Italy, Spain, Portugal, and Denmark are very popular among our students and staff, while our university is mostly visited for a semester or two by guests from Portugal, Spain, and Turkey. International guest students can also apply as so-called free-movers, which means they can study for 1 or maximum 2 semesters without taking part in an exchange programme.
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University of Rzeszow

About University

  The University of Rzeszów is a university in Rzeszów, Poland that was officially established in 2001 by combining several older institutions in the city.  The patron of the university is Saint Queen Jadwiga of Poland. The current university comprises the former: Rzeszów branch of the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Higher School of Education, Economics department of the Hugo Kołłątaj Academy of Agriculture. The University offers a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, specialist training, supplementary training, and adult education. The University has almost 20,000 full- and part-time students.The staff comprises about 2,000 people. The University of Rzeszow has the right to confer an Associate Professor degree in history and archaeology, and a PhD in five disciplines: history, physics, sociology, literature and linguistics, archaeology, agronomy, biology, health sciences.

Faculties

  University of Rzeszow consists of 10 faculties:
  •    Faculty of Biology and Agriculture
  •     Faculty of Economics
  •     Faculty of Philology
  •     Faculty of Mathematics and Nature
  •     Faculty of Medicine
  •     Faculty of Pedagogy and Art
  •     Faculty of Law
  •     Faculty of Sociology and History
  •     Faculty of Physical Education
  •     Branch Campus of the Faculty of Biotechnology

Student Life in Rzeszów

  Rzeszów is the largest city in southeastern Poland. It is located on both sides of the Wisłok River in the heartland of the Sandomierz Basin.  It’s hard to think city of this size that offers such an incredible variation of attractions: from grizzly punishment devices, torture chambers and a castle-fortress to stunning Art Nouveau villas, Rzeszów offers something for everyone. And who could forget Colargol (aka Barnaby), the most famous resident of the Museum of Bedtime Cartoons. To relax, recharge, take in some fresh air and admire some of the city’s fine nature, the boulevards on the banks of the River Wisłok are the green heart of Rzeszów, boasting great cycle paths, plenty of places to rest and lush vegetation.

Accommodation

  The University of Rzeszow offers accommodation in five dormitories which include single and marriage rooms. In one residential segment there are two bedrooms with a hall and a bathroom. In the hall there is a washbasin, in the bathroom: a toilet and a shower. The room is connected to the TV network – analogue and digital (16 TV channels) and to the Internet in the cable system. On each floor there is one kitchen with three electrical double ceramic countertops, an oven and  a microwave. There are bins for rubbish segregation and a chute on every floor in the hallways. In the basement of the dormitory, there are billiards, room for occasional events, ping-pong tables.

International Cooperation

  The University of Rzeszów successfully continues the policy of these Institutions, but on a wider range, with new facilities and courses. University's international cooperation is very fruitful with educational Institutions both from West and East Europe. The University of Rzeszów has its leading role in initiating and keeping great and wide scientific, social and cultural contacts with neighboring countries and our partners from the European Community. Geo-cultural conditions open many possibilities of cooperating through the structure of the Carpathian Euroregion and it is still one of its priorities to keep international cooperation fluent and profitable. A lot of faculties belong to the international associations and organizations as well as students, who take part in conferences organized in different parts of Europe in the framework of ELSA or AEGEE.
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Rzeszow University of Technology

About University

  The University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszów was established in 1996 and today it is the largest and highest-ranked private university in south-eastern Poland. The current structure of the University has four educational colleges – Management, Applied Computer Science, Media and Social Communication, and Medical. Approximately around 17,000 students study at the university at various levels, including bachelor, masters and PhD. Over 400 academic staff including 52 foreign lecturers are from USA, Canada, Australia, Ukraine, Germany and Poland. Rzeszow University of Technology offers its students a wide variety of programs and courses. It also undertakes research and scientific projects in the following specialized fields of the applied sciences: engineering, mathematics, physics, economics, as well as the chemical and biological sciences.

Faculties

  Rzeszow University of Technology consists of 7 faculties:
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering;
  • Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics;
  • Chemistry;
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering;
  • Mathematics and Applied Physics;
  • Management;
  • Mechanical Engineering and Technology.

Student Life in Rzeszów

  Rzeszów is the largest city in southeastern Poland. It is located on both sides of the Wisłok River in the heartland of the Sandomierz Basin.  It’s hard to think city of this size that offers such an incredible variation of attractions: from grizzly punishment devices, torture chambers and a castle-fortress to stunning Art Nouveau villas, Rzeszów offers something for everyone. And who could forget Colargol (aka Barnaby), the most famous resident of the Museum of Bedtime Cartoons. To relax, recharge, take in some fresh air and admire some of the city’s fine nature, the boulevards on the banks of the River Wisłok are the green heart of Rzeszów, boasting great cycle paths, plenty of places to rest and lush vegetation.

Accommodation

  The Rzeszów University of Technology campus includes 7 students’ hostels: Akapit, Alchemik, Arcus, Ikar, Nestor, Pingwin and Promień, providing accommodation for 2.5 thousands of students. Additionally, the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics has an “Aviata” Students’ Hostel, which is situated in Jasionka, 10 km from Rzeszów. All the hostels are well-furnished and well-equipped. They offer single and double rooms as well as rooms for three students. The rooms have internal and external telephone communication systems and Internet access. In the students’ hostels there are gyms, laundries, and shops. The students’ hostels are surrounded by green areas suitable for rest and recreation.

Student Exchange Programs

  Academics and students of the Rzeszów University of Technology will be able to go to lectures and study at universities in Norway and Iceland as part of the project Mobility in Higher Education financed by the Funds of the European Economic Area. The Mobility in Higher Education Project will be implemented under Component II of the Education Programme. The main goal of the Education Programme is to reduce economic and social differences within the European Economic Area as well as to strengthen bilateral relations between Poland and the Donor States, i.e. Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway. Program activities are designed to support the development of staff working in the field of education and, through the implementation of program activities, strengthen the quality and access to knowledge in Poland.
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West Pomeranian University of Technology

About University

  West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin is a technical university in Szczecin, Poland. The university was established on January 1. 2009 in Szczecin, from the merger of the Agricultural University in Szczecin and the Szczecin University of Technology. Today the university has 10 faculties with 47 directions, where 2300 employees work and about 15000 students study. The university teaches and conducts research in the fields of technical sciences, agriculture, economics, biology, chemistry and mathematics.

Faculties

  West Pomeranian University of Technology consists of 10 faculties:
  • Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture;
  • Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology;
  • Faculty of Electrical Engineering;
  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics;
  • Faculty of Chemical Engineering;
  • Faculty of Maritime Technology;
  • Faculty of Biotechnology and Animal Husbandry;
  • Faculty of Environmental Management and Agriculture;
  • Faculty of Food Sciences and Fisheries;
  • Faculty of Economics.

Student Life in Szczecin

  Szczecin is the capital city of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship in Poland. In the vicinity of the Baltic Sea, it is the country's 7th-largest city and a major seaport in Poland. Szczecin's architectural style is due to trends popular in the last half of the 19th century and the first years of the 20th century, Academic art and Art Nouveau. The city has an abundance of green areas: parks and avenues – wide streets with trees planted in the island separating opposite traffic and roundabouts. Students find that Szczecin is a lively city with the wide range of social, cultural and recreational facilities available in the region. By studying in Szczecin one gets the additional benefit of learning about a new culture. Szczecin can provide a broad spectrum of activities to do in your spare time. Activities range from golf, football and sport gyms to bowling, pool and pub crawling. The city has a wide cultural life with its own philharmonic orchestra, opera, art galleries, clubs etc.

Accommodation

  The West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin makes every effort to accommodate students in its dormitories. Dormitories offer accommodation in double rooms. The typical accommodation arrangement is a “box”, i.e. 2 independent double rooms sharing 1 bathroom (there are 4 people in one box). There is internet access in each room.  There is a kitchen on each floor shared by all floor inhabitants.

International Cooperation

  Recognizing the benefits resulting from international cooperation, the West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin is an institution open to all kinds of projects enhancing internationalization processes and introducing an international dimension to its educational and research activities. A special invitation is open to foreign students willing to complete both full degrees and part time programmes during exchange periods (e.g. one or two semesters In the framework of Erasmus+ programme). New fields are constantly created as the answer to changing economic conditions and needs of the labor market. Both universities contributed to a system offering students a wide range of academic education: undergraduate studies, postgraduate studies, one-cycle five-year Master's degree studies, doctoral studies and a wide variety of post-diploma studies. The laboratories and study facilities of Szczecin University of Technology and the University of Agriculture in Szczecin were modernized in the last few years. This process has been continued at the newly created WPUT. International cooperation concerning teaching processes and scientific projects will still be one of the priorities of WPUT.
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University of Life Sciences in Lublin

About University

  The University traditions date back to 1944, when the first four Faculties were created at the recently established Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin: Medical, Life Sciences, Agricultural and Veterinary. Among the sequentially-formed faculties, in 1953 the Department of Animal Husbandry began its operations. As a multi-profile University, it integrates agricultural, biological, veterinary, technical, economic and social sciences. The University employs 680 academic teachers in 7 faculties. For 65 years of operation the University promoted: 75 000 graduates, 2000 doctors and 700 habilitated doctors.

Faculties

  University of Life Sciences in Lublin consists of 7 faculties:
  • The Faculty of Agro Bioengineering;
  • The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine;
  • The Faculty of Animal Sciences and Bioeconomy;
  • The Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture;
  • The Faculty of Production Engineering;
  • The Faculty of Food Science and Biotechnology;
  • The Faculty of Environmental Biology.

Student Life in Lublin

  Lublin is the capital of the Lublin Region and the biggest town in Eastern Poland. Lublin’s Old Town is full of charm with its cobbled narrow streets and traditional style architecture and Renaissance burgher houses. Everything here is seeping with history and character. In fact, this area is sometimes referred to as “Little Krakow”. There are more than 100 historic mansions and other buildings to marvel at. For a different perspective, you can try the underground tourist trail, which visits old wine cellars and shop basements from various points in the city’s history to give you a more intimate look at the past and present ways of life in Lublin.

Accommodation

  Dormitories of the university are located in two districts of Lublin near the city center. Student dormitories on the University Campus offer a wide range of rooms and a common TV room, study room, gym and canteen. The Sports and Health Center with swimming pool and gyms are located in the vicinity of the main campus.

Research

  Research, which is conducted by scientific institutions at the University of Life Sciences in Lublin in the laboratories, clinics, experimental and private farms represents a valuable contribution to the development of agricultural and veterinary sciences. Numerous publications in reputable national and international scientific journals reflect the value of scientific achievements. Expanded cooperation with the business sector (manufacturing plants, meat processing plants, sugar refineries, breweries, etc.) results in a large number of reported and obtained patents, utility models and implementations.
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Pomeranian Medical University

About University

  The Pomeranian Medical University (PMU) was established in 1948 in Szczecin, Poland. There are two faculties at the University which offer studies in English: Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry. The Pomeranian Medical University has more than 500 faculty and almost 200 technical staff. Among the academic staff are 43 professors and 54 habilitated doctors. Since 1948 8060 physicians and 3314 dentists graduated from the University. 1113 researchers obtained the degree of doctor and 196 of habilitated doctor. The University employs 33 professors and 36 extraordinary professors. The strongest advantage of the Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin lies in its staff - scientists, teachers and physicians - well-educated and strongly motivated to do a good job, in many instances keeping pace with the forefront of world medicine.

Faculties

  The Pomeranian Medical University consists of 4 faculties:
  • Faculty of Medicine;
  • Faculty of Dentistry;
  • Faculty of Biotechnology;
  • Faculty of Health Sciences.

Student Life in Szczecin

  Szczecin is the capital city of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship in Poland. In the vicinity of the Baltic Sea, it is the country's 7th-largest city and a major seaport in Poland. Szczecin's architectural style is due to trends popular in the last half of the 19th century and the first years of the 20th century, Academic art and Art Nouveau. The city has an abundance of green areas: parks and avenues – wide streets with trees planted in the island separating opposite traffic and roundabouts. Students find that Szczecin is a lively city with the wide range of social, cultural and recreational facilities available in the region. By studying in Szczecin one gets the additional benefit of learning about a new culture. Szczecin can provide a broad spectrum of activities to do in your spare time. Activities range from golf, football and sport gyms to bowling, pool and pub crawling. The city has a wide cultural life with its own philharmonic orchestra, opera, art galleries, clubs etc.

Accommodation

  Pomeranian Medical University in Szczecin offers fully furnished and equipped single and double rooms with a kitchenette and bathroom in the university dormitory. All rooms are equipped with beds and with beds, tables, wardrobes and everything necessary for comfortable life and study. Dormitory kitchens are equipped with fridges, electric pots, microwave ovens. The rooms have internet access.

Student Exchange Programs

  Thanks to participation in the Erasmus + Programme, every student of the university has the opportunity to complete a period of study or traineeships abroad and each member of staff can develop their competences through foreign training or by carrying out teaching activities at partner universities. Students can also use the knowledge of incoming foreign academic teachers. The university is making efforts to join the European Student Card Initiative. Actions are taken to facilitate student mobility by ensuring automatic recognition of study periods and traineeships carried out abroad with the use of the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). International exchange at the university promotes learning foreign languages and the idea of lifelong learning. As part of the Erasmus+ Programme, mobility of students, doctoral students, graduates and employees will be implemented in cooperation with foreign institutions and universities. PUM students will have the opportunity to study at partner universities and carry out traineeships at foreign institutions. Graduates will be able to realize graduate traineeships. Employees will be able to carry out mobility for training and for teaching. As part of the mutual exchange, the university will also host students and staff members from abroad. The implemented activities will contribute to the internationalization of the university.
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University of Agriculture in Krakow

About University

  University of Agriculture in Krakow is the only agricultural university in Poland. The history of the university started in 1890 when it was the part of the Jagiellonian University where agricultural and forest sciences developed. Today, after fifty years of the University functioning as an independent institution more than 1400 people work in the university including more than 100 professors. More than 13000 students study stationary. Agricultural University trains specialists in the following areas: agriculture, forestry, biology, animal sciences, veterinary, environmental protection, biotechnology, environmental engineering, food technology, mechanical engineering, economics, and management. The main objective of the University of Agriculture in Krakow as the institution of higher education is educating experts who would find employment in the widely understood food and forest economies and specialists in environmental protection. The University aims to prepare professionals able to meet the challenges of contemporary sustainable development based on ecological rules of management and utilization of the Earth's resources.

Faculties

  • University of Agriculture in Krakow consists of 11 faculties:
  • Agriculture and Economics
  • Animal Sciences
  • Environmental Engineering and Geodesy
  • Food Technology
  • Forestry
  • Horticulture
  • Production Engineering and Energetics
  • Biotechnology
  • Landscaping
  • University Center of Veterinary Medicine (joint faculty with Jagiellonian University)
  • Branch Faculty of Economy in Rzeszów

Student Life in Krakow

  Kraków is the second-largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. Situated on the Vistula River, the city dates back to the seventh century. The beautiful city of Krakow, the former capital of Poland, is a dreamland for those with a fascination for architecture and is a great destination for history buffs. Simply strolling the quaint streets of its Old Town will immerse you in its past and get you acquainted with buildings made under the Baroque, Gothic, and Renaissance periods of the country. You can also visit the harrowing remnants of the ghetto, Schindler’s Enamel Factory, and the ruins of former concentration camps to learn about city life back in World War II and see how far the city has come and how it evolved into the lively hub for art and education that it is today.

Accommodation

  University of Agriculture has 3 campuses close to the center of Krakow, 4 modern dormitories with an overall number of 1560 places, a library as well as canteens providing favorable conditions for science and residence of students. In the dormitories, there are single, double and triple rooms with an area of ​​approximately 15-20 m2. Their equipment includes everything necessary for a comfortable life and study, namely: beds, writing tables with lamps, shelves and cabinets for personal belongings. The rooms have internet access.

Research

  Research constitutes an inseparable part of the University activities. Two main areas may be distinguished, i.e. research projects realized as grants and the European Union programs where the objectives are determined by the author of a project or by the contracting agency. The other comprises projects implemented as statutory activities. These projects should be strictly connected with a widely understood didactic process and support it. Participation in extensive research programs, also international ones and adopting information technologies to assist the development of agriculture should build up the importance and strengthen the University identity both in Poland and abroad. University develops in many directions through:
  • adjustment of traditional fields of studies to future needs of agriculture and natural environment through modifications of present teaching programs to meet the expectations of the young generation and match the socio-economic changes in Poland and in the EU;
  • seeking new lines of teaching and research which can develop in the future;
  • concern for the dynamic development of staff capable of conducting research on a world level in all disciplines represented at the University;
  • organizational changes allowing for successful training of students, conducting research activities, and simultaneously properly utilizing the University resources.
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Jagiellonian University

About University

  The Jagiellonian University is the oldest higher education institution in Poland and one of the oldest in Europe. It was founded on 12 May 1364 by the Polish king Casimir the Great. The campus of the Jagiellonian University is centrally located within the city of Kraków. Since its very beginning, the Jagiellonian University has been an international institution. Poles, Ruthenians, Lithuanians, Hungarians, Germans, Czechs, the Swiss, the English, the Dutch, the French, the Spanish, Italians, and even Tatars studied here in the old days. Further development of the University has been inextricably bound with the turbulent and often tragic history of Poland. The Jagiellonian University is a self-governed university. It employs roughly 4,000 academics and provides education to more than 35,000 students who study in 166 fields. The main language of instruction is Polish, although around 30 degrees are offered in English and some in German. The university library is among the largest of its kind and houses a number of medieval manuscripts, including the landmark De Revolutionibus by alumnus Nicolaus Copernicus. 

Faculties

  • Jagiellonian University consists of 18 faculties:
  • Law and Administration;
  • Medicine;
  • Pharmacy and Medical Analysis;
  • Health Care;
  • Philosophy;
  • History;
  • Philology;
  • Polish Language and Literature;
  • Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science;
  • Mathematics and Computer Science;
  • Chemistry;
  • Biology;
  • Earth Sciences;
  • Management and Social Communication;
  • International and Political Studies;
  • Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology;
  • University Center of Veterinary Medicine (joint faculty with Agricultural University of Kraków)
  • National Center of Synchrotron Radiation SOLARIS (off-departmental facility)

 Student Life in Krakow

  Kraków is the second-largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. Situated on the Vistula River, the city dates back to the seventh century. The beautiful city of Krakow, the former capital of Poland, is a dreamland for those with a fascination for architecture and is a great destination for history buffs. Simply strolling the quaint streets of its Old Town will immerse you in its past and get you acquainted with buildings made under the Baroque, Gothic, and Renaissance periods of the country. You can also visit the harrowing remnants of the ghetto, Schindler’s Enamel Factory, and the ruins of former concentration camps to learn about city life back in World War II and see how far the city has come and how it evolved into the lively hub for art and education that it is today.

Accommodation

  Jagiellonian University halls of residence in the center or close to the center include: Zaczek, Piast, and Nawojka dormitories. Throughout the year the dormitories offer accommodation in single, double, triple and quadruple rooms with a bathroom, as well as in double and triple rooms with a common bathroom. The number of available rooms is limited during the academic year. Dormitories are located close to the city center, yet they are conveniently removed from its hustle and bustle to ensure peace and quiet. There are parks nearby.

International Cooperation

  The Jagiellonian University is involved in various international cooperation activities, including research and educational projects, faculty and student exchange within bilateral agreements, Erasmus+ and SYLFF, summer schools, networks, innovation and technology transfer as well as different scholarship schemes. The university's academic advancement in both Poland and abroad is illustrated by its widely recognized research achievements. The findings have been published in international journals such as European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Medicine, New England Journal of Medicine, and The Lancet. UJ archaeologists lead explorations of ancient sites in various parts of the world, including Egypt, Cyprus, Central America, South Asia and Altay. The astronomers take part in major international projects, including H.E.S.S. and VIPERS. The work of UJ bio-technologists has been published in journals, such as Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry, Molecular Ecology Resources, and European Journal of Human Genetics. In the English-speaking world, the Jagiellonian University has international partnerships with the University of Cambridge, University of Melbourne, University of Chicago, University of California, Los Angeles, London School of Economics, University of Rochester, University of California, Irvine, Case Western Reserve University. In the French-speaking world, partner universities include the Sorbonne, University of Montpellier.
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Warsaw University of Life Sciences

About University

  The Warsaw University of Life Sciences is the oldest agricultural and natural science university in Poland, its origins dating back to 1816. Today the university offers 40 fields of study (including 9 taught in English): from natural science and technology to veterinary medicine, social and economic studies. There are nearly 16,000 students in full-time, part-time, doctoral, and post-graduate study courses as well as under international student exchange. Research and teaching activities of the university focus primarily on issues related to agriculture, biology, horticulture, food and nutrition, forestry, veterinary medicine as well as disciplines that strongly support life sciences, such as economics, social sciences, computer science, technology and engineering.

Faculties

  • Warsaw University of Life Sciences consists of 14 faculties:
  • Agriculture and Ecology;
  • Animal Breeding, Bioengineering and Conservation;
  • Applied Informatics and Mathematics;
  • Biology and Biotechnology;
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering;
  • Economics;
  • Food Technology;
  • Forestry;
  • Horticulture;
  • Human Nutrition;
  • Sociology and Education;
  • Production Engineering;
  • Wood Technology;
  • Veterinary Medicine.

Student Life in Warsaw

  Warsaw is Poland's capital and largest city, with 1.8 million inhabitants. It is on the Vistula River in the middle of the country. As you stroll the streets of the city, you’ll be struck by the versatility of Warsaw. Skyscrapers and luxury retail outlets neighbor museums and libraries in a space that feels both cosmopolitan and yet rather raw.  Warsaw’s Old Town is the jewel in the Polish capital’s crown. It delights visitors with its colorful tenement houses and the unique atmosphere of its narrow streets. You can  visit the Museum of Warsaw or follow the Old Town Cellars Route. See also the barbican and the bell on Kanonia street, take a stroll along the old city walls and take a photo of the Vistula from the observation point at Gnojna Góra. Step into the cathedral, which houses the tombs of the medieval Mazovian princes.

Accommodation

  At the Warsaw University of Life Sciences 3000 dormitory places are available. Comfortable suites surrounded by various social facilities are perfect to meet the needs of international and domestic students. The campus is one of the best organized facilities of this type in Poland, so that you can live, learn and spend time in one place. Swimming pools, sports halls, lawns are where in the afternoon and evenings students do sport and integrate outdoors.

Research

  Warsaw University of Life Sciences is not only a higher education institution but also an important research unit with well-equipped laboratories, clinics for small and large animals and several research centers including among others: water center and veterinary research center. Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW conducts a multi-faceted business and scientific - research aimed at solving current problems of the national economy, especially in agriculture and related fields. Among the ongoing research directions feature to the following areas of research:
  • the impact of external factors on the rural environment with particular emphasis on soil environment;
  • improvement of methods for the production of plants including integrated protection;
  • landscape architecture-integration and evaluation of natural, cultural and social changes in the human environment;
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University of Lodz

About University

  The University of Lodz is a fully accredited, state-owned, traditional university founded in 1945 in Lodz, Poland, as a continuation of three higher education institutions functioning in Lodz in the interwar period — the Teacher Training Institute, the Higher School of Social and Economic Sciences and the local division of the Free Polish University of Warsaw. The University provides programmes in 117 fields of study and 218 specializations. In addition, the University offers doctoral programmes, and more than 50 postgraduate curricula. The 24 000 students that attend classes at different faculties of the University are taught by 2217 academic teachers. Modern infrastructure, high quality of education, and a wide range of courses studied in foreign languages attract a large number of international candidates both for full-time degree programmes and for student exchange. 

Faculties

  University of Lodz consists of 12 faculties:
  • Biology and Environmental Protection;
  • Chemistry;
  • Economics and Sociology;
  • Philology;
  • Philosophy and History;
  • Physics and Applied Informatics;
  • Mathematics and Computer Science;
  • Geographical Sciences;
  • Educational Sciences;
  • Law and Administration;
  • Management;
  • International and Political Studies.

Student Life in Lodz

  Lodz is one of the biggest Polish cities that has its own unique atmosphere. It features fine Art Nouveau architecture, a rowdy nightlife, and the most famous Polish film school. A typical visit to Łódź starts with a walk along Piotrkowska Street – one of the most famous streets in Poland and a long walking promenade with shops, cafes, restaurants.  Manufaktura is a favorite spot for both locals and visitors. This show stopping red-brick, multi-storey shopping mall and leisure center has been brought to life thanks to an epic renovation project of former industrial textile factories. In addition to several bars, restaurants, and cafes, the complex includes a theater and cinema, the  Art Museum, and the Factory Museum, which recounts the long and interesting history of the site. The enviable list of attractions also includes a climbing wall, a bowling alley, an urban beach with deckchairs and a zip line offering a bird’s-eye view of Manufaktura for braver visitors.

Accommodation

  The University's campus offers housing in 10 dormitories situated in a beautiful green area reasonably close to the city center, and next to most Faculty buildings. The Campus also includes the Centre for Physical Education and Sports, which is a modern complex featuring a sports hall, swimming pool, gyms, and a health and beauty salon. Near it, you can find a medical unit, a bank, and various shops.

Student Exchange Programs

  The University of Lodz puts great importance on its international relations. The UL cooperates with over 210 partner institutions from all over the world within institutional bilateral agreements. This cooperation gives our students the possibility of spending a semester or a year abroad and, in return, we receive many students from abroad spending a period of their studies in Lodz. University of Lodz takes part in other exchange and research programmes such as Erasmus+ (over 1250 agreements with 400 partner institutions), International Credit Mobility, Horizon 2020 Compostela Group, Campus Europae, CEEPUS, Mizuta Scholarship, and Erasmus Mundus. There are also opportunities for student mobility outside the EU. University of Lodz runs an exchange scheme within bilateral agreements for students of partner institutions from anywhere in the world.
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University of Gdańsk

About University

  The University of Gdańsk is a public research university located in Gdańsk, Poland. It is one of the top 10 universities in Poland. The University of Gdańsk was founded on 20 March 1970. It was formed from an amalgamation of two institutions of higher education: the Higher Economics School in Sopot and the Higher Pedagogical School in Gdańsk. The University of Gdańsk offering 80 fields of study and 219 specializations at present is the largest university in the Pomeranian region and has had an indisputable influence on the development of modern Polish science and higher education. The university has 11 faculties with over 25.000 students, doctoral students, and post-graduates taught by more than 1.700 members of academic staff. In such fields of study as Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Oceanography, Quantum Physics, Pedagogy, Psychology, Law, and Economic Sciences, the University of Gdańsk is one of the best institutions in Poland.

Faculties

  University of Gdańsk consists of 11 faculties:
  • Faculty of Biology;
  • Faculty of Chemistry;
  • Faculty of Economics;
  • Faculty of History;
  • Faculty of Languages;
  • Faculty of Law and Administration;
  • Faculty of Management;
  • Faculty of Mathematics, Physics, and Informatics;
  • Faculty of Oceanography and Geography;
  • Faculty of Social science;
  • Intercollegiate Faculty of Biotechnology (with the Medical University of Gdańsk).

Student Life in Gdańsk

  Gdańsk is Poland's maritime capital and one of the largest ports on the Baltic Sea is today a unique metropolis that has always been characterized by a spirit of freedom and courage. Anyone arriving in Gdańsk inevitably gravitates towards the Main Town. Here is where multilingual crowds of all ages take in the views across the extremely popular River Motława, as tourist boats sail past.  In Gdańsk, the Old Town means the area where St. Catherine’s Church, the Great Mill, and Madison Shopping Mall are located, while the Main Town is the area where Long (Długa) Street and Long Market (Długi Targ) are located. The wealth of the old Gdańsk is proven by outstanding pieces of architecture such as the City Hall, St. Mary's Church, the Arthus Court, and the Golden Gate.

Accommodation

  The University of Gdańsk has a wide range of accommodations in its student dormitories located all over the Cities of Gdansk and Sopot. Double and triple rooms are available. All rooms have internet access. The University’s professional security guards assure the safety of residents. Depending on the particular dormitory, facilities include: kitchens, quiet rooms for study, and laundry facilities. There are also rooms adapted to meet the needs of handicapped students.

International cooperation

  The University of Gdańsk cooperates with universities, institutions of higher education, and scientific/scholarly research institutions from almost all the countries in the world. This enables both a broadening of its range of courses and an increase in the expertise of the academic staff, as well as the expansion of the University of Gdańsk into new subject areas. An important element of these joint activities is the implementation of projects within the Framework Programmes of the European Union.  The largest number of projects was realized within the 5th Framework Programme, including the establishment of three European Centres of Excellence: the Research and Education Centre for Urban Socio-Economic Development (RECOURSE), the Centre of Excellence for Baltic Development, Education and Research (BALDER), and the Centre of Excellence in Bio-safety and Molecular Biomedicine (BioMoBil). Successes were also enjoyed by the University of Gdańsk's research teams within the 6th Framework Programme, where two of the realized projects constituted a so-called excellence network: Marine Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning (MARBEF), and the European Vigilance Network for the Management of Antiviral Drug Resistance (VIRGIL). UG research teams are also expressing considerable interest in the 7th EU Framework Programme by applying for grants announced by the European Commission.
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Poznan University of Medical Sciences

About University

  Poznan University of Medical Sciences is a prominent Polish medical university, located in the city of Poznań in western Poland. It traces its beginnings to the foundation of Poznań University in 1919 when a pharmaceutical department was created at the University of Poznań and was formed as a separate institution in 1950. It gained the status of a university in 2007. The university is one of the leading medical schools in Poland recognized as the largest educational, clinical, and research center in Poland. Poznan Medical University conducts ongoing research and clinical teaching in partnership with 6 clinical hospitals. Around 8000 students including 1000 international students are enrolled in a medical course at the university. The university has joint research and participation in international programs, research projects, and scientific conferences through student and faculty exchange programs.

Faculties

  • Poznan University of Medical Sciences consists of 5 faculties:
  • Faculty of Medicine I
  • Faculty of Medicine II (English Language Programs)
  • Faculty of Medicine II North American Admissions and Financial Aid
  • Faculty of Pharmacy
  • Faculty of Health Sciences

Student Life in Poznań

  Poznań is a city on the River Warta in west-central Poland, within the Greater Poland region. Poznań is a city in Poland that’s packed with great things to see and do. The city is steeped in history, yet enjoys a youthful and laid-back vibe with flourishes of modern architecture and public artwork.   Similarly to many cities across the world, the city’s main square is the best place to start your visit to Poznań. Established in the 13th century, many of the brightly colored buildings that surround the square are faithful reconstructions of baroque and renaissance-era buildings that were destroyed during the Second World War. Despite their young age, they are still a wonderful sight. There are numerous bars and restaurants that spill out into the square. At night, the bars become a tad livelier, but they mostly retain a casual atmosphere with many still serving a decent menu of top-quality food.

Accommodation

  Poznan University of Medical Sciences has 4 dormitories: Eskulap, Medyk, Aspirynka, and Karolek. These dormitories are designed for housing students in the English language program. PUMS dormitories are located within walking/biking distance from most of the University hospitals, teaching facilities, sports facilities, and the library. They are also quite close to Poznan downtown and include a private cafeteria, laundry facility, internet access, study rooms, social rooms, and parking. The student housing is protected by campus security.

International Cooperation

  The university hosts about 10 major international congresses a year. Visits of foreign researchers are a daily routine. The university cooperates regularly with universities in Rennes and Rouen (France), Turku (Finland), Berlin, Göttingen, Halle, Kiel, Magdeburg, Mainz, Munchen Regensburg (Germany), Linköping (Sweden), Oslo University College (Norway), Perugia (Italy), University of Illinois at Chicago (USA). Many university staff members serve on the boards of international professional and scientific associations or are invited to act as advisers by the WHO and IAEA. Medical degrees awarded at the university guarantee wide national recognition. In some countries, e.g. Germany, they are accepted with no further confirmation requirements. They are routinely accepted in Sweden, Britain, the United States, and Canada. At present more than 1200 graduates of the university practice or research abroad. Many of them are clinical specialists and heads of hospital departments in Europe, North America, South Africa, and elsewhere. The university develops scientific and educational collaboration within agreements and official contracts with European universities.
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Maria Sklodowska-Curie National Research Institute of Oncology

About University

  The Maria Sklodowska-Curie National Research Institute of Oncology is a specialized research institute and hospital of the Polish Ministry of Health, devoted solely to oncology. Based in Warsaw, it also has regional branches in Gliwice and Kraków. It was founded in 1932 as the Radium Institute by double-Nobel laureate Maria Skłodowska-Curie in collaboration with the Polish Government. Institute consists of more than 120 researchers, including about 30 professors and about 80 Ph.D. or MD/Ph.D. researchers. The highly qualified group of scientists comprises an interdisciplinary team representing fields of science such as clinical oncology, surgery, nuclear medicine, radiotherapy, oncological endocrinology, medical biology, biotechnology, medical physics, chemistry, bioinformatics, and epidemiology. Medical activity is supported by scientific activity done by various science units and laboratories.

Faculties

  The Maria Sklodowska-Curie National Research Institute of Oncology is currently divided into 8 faculties:
  • Medicine;
  • Nursing;
  • Public Health;
  • Physical Therapy;
  • Biotechnology;
  •  Electroradiology;
  • Physical Therapy;
  • Medical Physics.

Student Life in Warsaw

  Warsaw is Poland's capital and largest city with 1.8 million inhabitants. It is on the Vistula River in the middle of the country. As you stroll the streets of the city, you’ll be struck by the versatility of Warsaw. Skyscrapers and luxury retail outlets neighbor museums and libraries in a space that feels both cosmopolitan and yet rather raw.  Warsaw’s Old Town is the jewel in the Polish capital’s crown. It delights visitors with its colorful tenement houses and the unique atmosphere of its narrow streets. You can visit the Museum of Warsaw or follow the Old Town Cellars Route. See also the barbican and the bell on Kanonia street, take a stroll along the old city walls and take a photo of the Vistula from the observation point at Gnojna Góra. Step into the cathedral, which houses the tombs of the medieval Mazovian princes.

Modern Technologies

  The Institute runs research and development on all aspects of cancer disease control along with delivering medical healthcare services that assure highly specialist diagnostics, therapies, and rehabilitation for cancer patients. Clinics at the Oncology Center all provide modern radiotherapy facilities, diagnostic departments, and specialist clinics. The departments at the Oncology Center also undertake multi-center-based prospective clinical studies which include those from both home and abroad. In the main, these studies assess the value of the combination and adjuvant/supportive treatments together with the quality of life in patients suffering from cancers of the breast, lungs, gastrointestinal tract, renal tract, lymphatic system, soft tissue sarcoma, and skin melanoma. The Oncology Center is likewise the leading institution for both improving existing radiotherapy methods and developing new ones, as well as for performing research in clinical radiobiology. Over many years it has also been and continues to be, a leader in epidemiological studies on cancer (including using molecular markers of carcinogen exposure). In addition, the Center operates both the National and Warsaw Cancer Registries and has also established both the GIST (gastrointestinal stromal tumors) and bone cancer registries.
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Donetsk National Medical University (Kirovohrad Campus)

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About University

  Donetsk National Medical University has the IV (the highest) level of accreditation in Ukraine, and it has greatly contributed to the development of Ukraine’s higher educational system, medical science, and health services. As of now, over 1120 teachers work at 82 departments of Donetsk National Medical University (DNMU). Donetsk National Medical University ranks as Ukraine`s number one medical university graduate which become great doctors and future scientists. Donetsk National Medical University welcomes thousands of students from over 190 countries who speak over 140 languages. Donetsk National Medical University offers a huge range of graduate and postgraduate courses, as well as numerous resources and facilities for students’ free use. University is located in the heart of Kropyvnitskyi, Kirovohrad. It is a major international, business, cultural, and communication center and one of the most beautiful and historical cities in the world. Recently Donetsk National Medical University opened one more campus in Mariupol city. The faculty provides a comfortable atmosphere, highly qualified teaching staff, and a big library for study purposes. The fact that all graduates work within the specialty after graduation shows that DNMU is not only a high-ranking university, but the professors thereof are competent enough to help students achieve their goals.

Recognition and Accreditation

  The Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health of Ukraine, as well as the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, approved the curriculum of the Faculty of Medicine. Mostly all countries in the world recognize the degree of Donetsk National Medical University. Donetsk National Medical University is recognized by the World Health Organization, I-MED School, Medical Council of India, Nepal Medical Council, Pakistan Medical and Dental Council, European Universities Association, and by many other countries.

Bologna Process

  Since March 2004, Donetsk National Medical University (DNMU) has been appointed as the primary regional center for implementing the Bologna process in Ukraine. DNMU students have the opportunity to attend various exchange programs with other European medical universities and, upon obtaining a specialist’s degree, they will have very good job prospects in Europe and America.

Innovation 

  Donetsk National Medical University is nationally known for its many innovative teaching methods, clinical training, and research programs. Our award-winning faculty members constantly strive for innovation and excellence in classrooms, laboratories, and clinics. Because study groups are relatively small, our faculty members get to know each student. Training of physicians is conducted under the guidance of experienced teachers, doctors, and candidates of medical sciences. Teaching is carried out according to modern standards of higher educational establishments. The main goal of departments is to train qualified physicians for any work-related situations by providing extensive training.

About Studying Process

  Foreign students study in groups of 10-12 students. Second-year students attend their clinical studies where they gain experience with nursing patients. Clinical subjects are taught starting from the third year of study. Students are free to pick disciplines compulsory for a specific course, as well as any of those which may potentially become useful. The first semester starts either in September or October and lasts until the last week of December. The second semester starts either in January or February and lasts until mid-July. Within the week there are 5 working days, Saturday and Sunday are days off. The studies are scheduled from 8.00 to 16.00. The student’s working week comprises 54 hours; within this time period, there are 36 lecturing hours and 18 hours for independent work. The teaching course consists of semesters, summative assessments, and vacations. The teaching year is 12 months and comprises teaching days, days of final control, examination sessions, days off, weekends, and public holidays. Visiting all kinds of studies (except for consultations) is obligatory for students. Summer vacation covers the month of July and August. During holidays students may have easy access to CIS & all countries in Europe by bus, train, and flight. Special programs and trips are also available to enable students to experience firsthand the transition process in Russia or Ukrainian, CIS counties, and elsewhere in Europe.

Faculties and Specialties

  Students can choose their future specialization out of various courses presented at Donetsk National Medical University (DNMU): 

GENERAL MEDICINE (MD / MBBS): 

  • English and Russian Medium of Instruction 
  • Duration of the course: 6 years
  • Degree awarded: Doctor of Medicine (MD or MBBS)

PEDIATRICS:

  • English and Russian Medium of Instruction 
  • Duration of the course: 6 years 
  • Degree awarded: Doctor of Medicine (MD or MBBS)

DENTISTRY / STOMATOLOGY:

  • English and Russian Medium of Instruction 
  • Duration of the course: 5 years 
  • Degree awarded: Bachelor of Dentistry (BDS)

PHARMACY: 

  • English and Russian Medium of Instruction
  • The duration of the pharmacy course is 5 years.

NURSING:

  • English and Russian Medium of Instruction
  • The duration of the course is 2 years for a diploma and 4 years for a bachelor’s degree.
  • Degree awarded: Bachelor of Nursing 

POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION:

Donetsk National Medical University (DNMU) offers postgraduate studies in all medical fields.
  • The duration of the study is 2-3 years.

PRE-MEDICAL COURSE:

This is a Russian intensive program for students wishing to continue their studies at Donetsk National Medical University (DNMU) or any other University in Ukraine. 
  • The duration of the preparatory course is 1 year. 
  • Upon successful completion, a diploma is awarded.

FOUNDATION COURSE:

This course is specially designed for foreign students who do not meet the requirements necessary for undergraduate programs; it also helps students bridge the gap between school and university.   
  • The duration of the foundation course is 1 year.

DNMU INSTITUTES INCLUDE:

At Donetsk National Medical University there are 11 different institutes working in different fields for research and international cooperation in medicine.
  • the Center of Endoscopic Surgeries;
  • the Center of International Cooperation;
  • the Center of Cellular and Fabric Transplantation;
  • the Regional Medical Center “Medicine and Safety of Work”;
  • the Center of Dermocosmetology and Aesthetic Medicine;
  • the International Medical Physical and Chemical Center;
  • the Clinic for Joints of Endoprotezic Therapy;
  • the Central Research Laboratory;
  • the Donetsk Regional Center of Protection of Motherhood and Childhood.

DNMU'S THEORETICAL DEPARTMENTS ARE AS FOLLOWS:

At Donetsk National Medical University there are 23 theoretical departments where students get their training. All the departments and classes are well-equipped with new computer labs, the teaching staff is proficient in English, and all materials related to subjects are available to students.
  • Department of Human Anatomy;
  • Department of Physiology and Pathological Physiology;
  • Department of General and Biological Chemistry № 1 (Kramatorsk);
  • Department of General and Biological Chemistry № 2 (Kropyvnytskyi);
  • Department of Pharmacy and Pharmacology;
  • Department of Language and Humanities № 1 (Kramatorsk);
  • Department of Language and Humanities № 2 (Kropyvnytskyi);
  • Department of Medical Physics and Information Technologies № 1;
  • Department of Medical Physics and Information Technologies № 2;
  • Department of Language and Humanities № 3 (Mariupol);
  • Department of Ukrainian and Russian;
  • Department of Physical Education;
  • Department of Medical Biology.

DNMU CLINICAL DEPARTMENTS ARE AS FOLLOWS:

At Donetsk National Medical University there are 19 clinical departments working under DNMU, wherein students get their clinical and practical training. Almost all clinical departments of DNMU are located in different hospitals in Donetsk, and most hospitals are located on the campus of the Donetsk National Medical University. Students have full rights to use the clinical labs of all the hospitals. Laboratories utilize all modern facilities and equipment.
  • Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology;
  • Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care;
  • Department of Internal Medicine № 1;
  • Department of Internal Medicine № 2;
  • Department of Dermatovenereology and Cosmetology;
  • Department of General and Pediatric Surgery;
  • Department of Epidemiology, Infectious Diseases, and Laboratory Diagnosis;
  • Department of Medical Rehabilitation;
  • Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery;
  • Department of Dentistry № 1;
  • Department of Dentistry № 2;
  • Department of Dentistry № 3;
  • Department of Urology;
  • Department of Surgery, Endoscopy, Otorhinolaryngology Reconstructive Surgery;
  • Department of Oncology and Radiology;
  • Department of Ophthalmology;
  • Department of Pediatrics, Neonatology, and Pediatric Infections;
  • Department of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy, Addiction, and Medical Psychology;
  • Department of Traumatology, Orthopedics, and Military Surgery.
Additionally, students have an opportunity to obtain a degree related to biomedicine. Please find the list thereof below.

DNMU BIOMEDICAL DEPARTMENTS ARE AS FOLLOWS:

  • Department of Microbiology, Virology, and Immunology;
  • Department of Higher Education, Health and Hygiene Management;
  • Department of Healthcare Organization № 2;
  • Department of Pathomorphology, Forensic Medicine and Histology.
  • In Donetsk National Medical University (DNMU) the academic year is divided into two semesters:
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Isma University of Applied Science, Riga

About University

  ISMA was founded in 1994 and become one of the most popular and demanded higher education institutions in Latvia. ISMA students are provided with an opportunity to make their dreams come true by obtaining the required knowledge in the five directions, which are accredited by the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Latvia. University provides its students with the most modern technical equipment and access to all information bases to make their studying process effective and interesting. The number of students is more than 3000, and the number of full-time staff reaches 100. ISMA actively develops international relations and contacts. University provides comprehensive assistance with questions concerning the studying process and practical classes. The academic staff consists of lecturers with Doctor Degrees and prominent professionals in the field of applied sciences.  ISMA is developing successfully and continuously, which makes it possible to prepare highly qualified specialists with practical experience who are competitive in the labor market. The innovative training system involves providing deep theoretical knowledge with the possibility of applying it in practice.

Faculties and Programs

  • Business Administration
    • Business Administration
    • Music Management
    • Business Communication
    • Information Technology Management
  • Business Administration in Tourism
    • Tourism and Hospitality Management
    • Restaurant and Club Business Management
    • Digital Technologies in Tourism
  • Information Systems
    • Information Security
    • Internet of Things
    • Project Things

International Cooperation

  ISMA traditionally holds several annual international conferences in the field of achievements and new developments in science and education, international cooperation of the university with various international companies and organizations, and new technologies, which are applied in the modern educational process. The scientific team of ISMA is always open to new cooperation in these spheres.
  • Information Technologies and Management
  • Open Learning and Distance Education
  • Internship & Employment
ISMA's strategic partners are the following well-known international organizations:
  • BMDA (Baltic Management Development Association), which brings together universities and business professionals in 24 countries, including from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, the UK, and the USA;
  • CEEMAN (The International Association for Management Development in Dynamic Societies) - dynamic business development association, consisting of more than 220 representatives from Europe and Asia; 
  • LVRA (Association of Hotels and Restaurants of Latvia);
  • LDDK (Latvian Employers Confederation).
ISMA also uses the developments of tourism industry representatives, such as AMADEUS (Global Reservation System) and Hotelinco (Property Management System).
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Medical University of Lodz

About University

  The Medical University of Lodz is one of the largest state-owned medical universities and one of the leading research centers in Poland. The Medical University of Łódź was founded on October 1, 2002, as a merger of the Medical Academy of Łódź and the Military Medical Academy of Łódź. It comprises 6 research institutes, 49 chairs, 7 fully equipped university teaching hospitals with a total capacity of 2900 beds, as well as 438,000 specialist consultations every year in specialist outpatient clinics, in addition to the collaboration with 22 international universities. Presently over 900 foreign students from various countries attend medical and dental programs taught entirely in English.

Faculties

  • The Medical University of Lodz consists of 10 faculties:
  • Faculty of Medicine
  • Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry
  • Faculty of Pharmacy
  • Faculty of Physiotherapy
  • Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery
  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Faculty of Military Medicine
  • Faculty of Medicine with Department of Dentistry and Department of Biomedical Sciences
  • Faculty of Pharmacy
  • Faculty of Health Sciences with Department of Nursery and Midwifery

Student Life in Lodz

  Lodz is one of the biggest Polish cities that has its own unique atmosphere. It features fine Art Nouveau architecture, a rowdy nightlife and the most famous Polish film school. A typical visit to Łódź starts with a walk along Piotrkowska Street – one of the most famous streets in Poland and a long walking promenade with shops, cafes, restaurants. Manufaktura is a favorite spot for both locals and visitors. This show stopping red-brick, multi-storey shopping mall and leisure center has been brought to life thanks to an epic renovation project of former industrial textile factories. In addition to several bars, restaurants and cafes, the complex includes a theater and cinema, the  Art Museum and the Factory Museum, which recounts the long and interesting history of the site. The enviable list of attractions also includes a climbing wall, bowling alley, an urban beach with deckchairs and a zip line offering a bird’s-eye view of Manufaktura for braver visitors.

Accommodation

  If you decide to study at the Medical University of Lodz - there are plenty of accommodation options available. You can choose one of our Students’ Halls of Residence. Here you will feel at home serviced by a helpful English-speaking staff and surrounded by your fellow students who will help you in the orientation process. The dorms represent various levels of housing conditions which are reflected in the rent.

Clinical activity

  At present, the Medical University of Lodz has over 1600 hospital beds in Teaching Hospitals that provide medical services for patients, being the essential base for research work and undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. University Teaching Hospitals and University-affiliated departments constitute a basic source for highly specialized diagnostic and treatment services provided by professors, associate professors and specialists of various medical disciplines who take care of health needs of the Lodz region community and promote health-related programs.
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Warsaw University of Technology

About University

  The Warsaw University of is one of the leading institutes of technology in Poland and one of the largest in Central Europe, Warsaw. The origins of Warsaw University of Technology date back to 1826 when engineering education was begun in the Warsaw Institute of Technology. The university of Technology started on its own in 1915 thanks to the efforts of the Association for Scientific Courses and the Citizens’ Committee of the City of Warsaw. Today it employs 2,453 teaching faculty, with 357 professors and has about 5,000 graduates per year.

Faculties

  • Warsaw University of Technology consists of 22 faculties:
  • Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science;
  • Faculty of Administration and Social Science;
  • Faculty of Architecture;
  • Faculty of Automotive and Construction Machinery Engineering;
  • Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering;
  • Faculty of Chemistry;
  • Faculty of Civil Engineering;
  • Faculty of Electrical Engineering;
  • Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology;
  • Faculty of Building Services, Hydro and Environmental Engineering;
  • Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography;
  • Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science;
  • Faculty of Management;
  • Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering;
  • Faculty of Mechatronics;
  • Faculty of Production Engineering;
  • Faculty of Physics;
  • Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering;
  • Faculty of Transport;
  • WUT Business School;
  • Faculty of Civil Engineering, Mechanics and Petrochemistry;
  • College of Economics and Social Sciences.

Student Life in Warsaw

  Warsaw is Poland's capital and largest city, with 1.8 million inhabitants. It is on the Vistula River in the middle of the country. As you stroll the streets of the city, you’ll be struck by the versatility of Warsaw. Skyscrapers and luxury retail outlets neighbor museums and libraries in a space that feels both cosmopolitan and yet rather raw. Warsaw’s Old Town is the jewel in the Polish capital’s crown. It delights visitors with its colorful tenement houses and the unique atmosphere of its narrow streets. You can  visit the Museum of Warsaw or follow the Old Town Cellars Route. See also the barbican and the bell on Kanonia street, take a stroll along the old city walls and take a photo of the Vistula from the observation point at Gnojna Góra. Step into the cathedral, which houses the tombs of the medieval Mazovian princes.

Accommodation

  At Warsaw University of Technology there are 10 dormitories with single, double, triple rooms or apartments to choose from. Gym, swimming pool, library, TV room, laundry and kitchens are also available. The Students Union is responsible for the accommodation of all international students. All the information on the registration system is available in the Handbook for International Students.

Research

  Warsaw University of Technology not only supports Polish innovators by changing their inventions into companies, but it also initiates cooperation with national and foreign companies. Warsaw University of Technology is also a member of research consortia which combines the potential of outstanding scientists from various universities and other scientific institutions with that of entrepreneurs who wish to implement new technologies. As an example may serve the Centre for Pre-Clinical Research and Technologies (CePT), in which research will be conducted in the field of biomedical engineering and biotechnology, on the most frequent civilization illnesses, in particular cancer, neurological diseases, and illnesses of the circulation system, as well as illnesses connected with aging.
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Medical University of Gdansk

About University

  The Medical University of Gdansk was founded on 8 October 1945. Its history is related to the tradition of the medical practice of surgeons associated with the Surgeons Guild (active since 1454), as well as teaching and medical and scientific research, particularly in Gdańskie Gimnazjum Akademickie established in 1558.  Medical University of Gdansk (MUG) is the largest medical university in northern Poland, located in one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. MUG educates nearly 6000 undergraduate and postgraduate students at four Faculties: Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Pharmacy and The Intercollegiate Faculty of Biotechnology. The University is intensively conducting scientific research which is reflected by its high position in the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education ranking and by many awards for its staff.

Faculties

  Medical University of Gdansk consists of 4 faculties:
  • Faculty of Medicine
  • Faculty of Pharmacy
  • Faculty of Health Sciences with Institute of Maritime and Tropical Medicine
  • The Intercollegiate Faculty of Biotechnology of the University of Gdańsk and the Medical University of Gdańsk.

Student Life in Gdańsk

  Gdańsk is Poland's maritime capital and one of the largest ports on the Baltic Sea is today a unique metropolis that has always been characterized by a spirit of freedom and courage. Anyone arriving in Gdańsk inevitably gravitates towards the Main Town. Here is where multilingual crowds of all ages take in the views across the extremely popular River Motława, as tourist boats sail past.  In Gdańsk the Old Town means the area where St. Catherine’s Church, the Great Mill and Madison Shopping Mall are located, while the Main Town is the area where Long (Długa) Street and Long Market (Długi Targ) are located. The wealth of the old Gdańsk is proven by outstanding pieces of architecture such as the City Hall, St. Mary's Church, the Arthus Court and the Golden Gate.

Accommodation

  The dormitories of Medical University of Gdansk  are situated on campus, very close to the classroom buildings. The campus consists of 4 dormitories with space for 1000 students, the student club “Medyk”, a grocery shop and a photocopy shop. There is also a canteen, which offers meals at student-friendly prices. All the dormitories are connected to the Internet. Dormitory is equipment (corridor) with electric cooker, bathroom with showers and WC, laundry-room with washing machine and dryers.

Clinical Mission

  Aside from fulfilling its teaching and research roles, the Medical University is the founding body of four healthcare institutes, including two clinical hospitals: the University Clinical Center – the MUG Hospital and the Institute of Maritime and Tropical Medicine. Their significance for the healthcare system is shown in the number of hospitalized patients (almost 60,000), outpatient visits (over 250,000), surgery procedures (over 21,000, including about 1,500 open-heart surgeries) and laboratory tests (over 2 million a year). The clinical hospitals offer medical treatments unavailable anywhere else in Northern Poland, such as: organ transplants (kidneys, bone marrow and heart), radiotherapy and oncological chemotherapy, child and adult hematology, invasive cardiology and electro-cardiology, organ surgery, hyperbaric medicine, tropical and nuclear medicine. The Medical University of Gdańsk and its hospitals operate locally, as well as outside the region. As a result, they cater for the health and security of around 3.5 million Poles.
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The Adam Mickiewicz University

About University

  The Adam Mickiewicz University is a research university in Poznań, Poland that originates back to 1611, when under the Royal Charter granted by King Sigismund III Vasa, the Jesuit College became the first university in Poznań. AMU is one of the largest academic centers in Poland. In addition to its facilities in Poznan, it has campuses in Gniezno, Kalisz, Pila, and Slubice. The University currently employs nearly 3,000 teaching staff, including 370 tenured professors, 800 AMU professors, and over 1,700 doctors and senior lecturers. The University serves over c. 37.000 students with 15 faculties offering Undergraduate and Postgraduate programs. Students who know Polish can choose from over 228 majors. The newest programs include: Analysis and Data Processing (in Maths and Computer Studies), Cultural Differences and Transnational Process (in Ethnology), and Theories-Interfaces-Technologies in English Linguistics (Modern Languages).

Faculties

  The Adam Mickiewicz University consists of 20 faculties:
  • Faculty of Biology;
  • Faculty of Geographic and Geological Sciences;
  • Faculty of Chemistry;
  • Faculty of Physics;
  • Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science;
  • Faculty of Human Geography and Planning;
  • Faculty of Political Science and Journalism;
  • Faculty of Law and Administration;
  • Faculty of Psychology and Cognitive Science;
  • Faculty of Sociology;
  • Faculty of Educational Studies;
  • Faculty of Anthropology and Cultural Studies;
  • Faculty of Archeology;
  • Faculty of Philosophy;
  • Faculty of History;
  • Faculty of Arts Studies;
  • Faculty of Theology;
  • Faculty of English;
  • Faculty of Polish and Classical Philology;
  • Faculty of Modern Languages and Literatures.

Student Life in Poznań

  Poznań is a city on the River Warta in west-central Poland, within the Greater Poland region. Poznań is a city in Poland that’s packed with great things to see and do. The city is steeped in history, yet enjoys a youthful and laid-back vibe with flourishes of modern architecture and public artwork. Similarly to many cities across the world, the city’s main square is the best place to start your visit to Poznań. Established in the 13th century, many of the brightly colored buildings that surround the square are faithful reconstructions of baroque and renaissance-era buildings that were destroyed during the Second World War. Despite their young age, they are still a wonderful sight. There are numerous bars and restaurants that spill out into the square. At night, the bars become a tad livelier, but they mostly retain a casual atmosphere with many still serving a decent menu of top quality food.

Accommodation

  As one of the largest Universities in Poland, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań offers its students a wide variety of dormitories providing suitable living and studying conditions. Located in different parts of the city the dorms are well communicated with the public transport network, making it easy to move around the city. University`s Dormitories include: “Hanka” Dormitory, “Jowita” Dormitory and “Zbyszko i Jagienka” Dormitory. Students have at their disposal single rooms as well as 2 bedroom high standard suites with a full kitchen and bathroom. At the premises there is also a pizzerias, shops, a students’ canteen, a sport and recreational facility.

Research

  Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań was one of the winners of the 2019 "Excellence Initiative - Research University" competition organized by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Its aim was to identify and support Polish universities that can effectively compete with the best academic centers in Europe and the world. Apart from teaching, research is the most vital sphere of activity of the University, one determining its potential. Research is carried out in 20 faculties, departments, institutes, and interdisciplinary university centers. The Priority Research Areas are Agricultural and Biological Sciences, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Biochemistry, Genetics, and Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Materials Science, Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy, Computer Sciences, Arts and Humanities, and Social Sciences.
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The University of Wrocław

About University

  The University of Wrocław is a public research university in Wrocław, Poland that has been operating since 1702. Founded by Leopold I Habsburg the university evolved from a modest school run by Jesuits into one of the biggest academic institutions in Poland. Today the University of Wrocław is the largest university in the region and teaches over 26,000 students and around 1300 doctoral students at 10 Faculties. 9000 students graduate from the University every year. The University of Wrocław produced 9 Nobel Prize winners, such as Theodor Mommsen, Philipp Lenard, Eduard Buchner, Paul Ehrlich, Fritz Haber, Friedrich Bergius, Erwin Schrödinger, Otto Stern, and Max Born. 

Faculties

  The University of Wrocław consists of 10 faculties that provide 44 areas of study, in which the language medium is mostly in Polish, with only some in English.
  • Faculty of Biotechnology
  • Faculty of Chemistry
  • Faculty of Philology
  • Faculty of Physics and Astronomy
  • Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Faculty of Biological Sciences
  • Faculty of History and Pedagogy
  • Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Law, Administration, and Economics

Student Life in Wroclaw

  Wroclaw is the principal city of Lower Silesia, a voivodeship situated in the southwestern corner of Poland, adjoining the German and Czech territories. The city has a huge Old Town built on several islands connected by over 100 bridges. Apart from its unique location, Wroclaw amazes with its volume of Gothic, Baroque, and Art Nouveau architecture including the Gothic St. John’s Cathedral, the Renaissance houses near the Market Square, the Baroque university, and lots of fine examples of Art Nouveau and Functionalism. Several musical and theater festivals, as well as its busy nightlife, attract innumerable visitors from all over Poland and abroad.

Accommodation

  The University of Wrocław owns some dormitories – including the famous Wrocław student halls of residence Kredka (Crayon) and Ołówek (Pencil). It has its own sports facilities – at the disposal of students and student sports sections. There are over 100 buildings located throughout the city. Moreover, there are also regional facilities – take a look at our Centre for Astronomical Education in Białków, the Ecological Station in Karpacz, or the Ornithological Station in Milicz. Those who are keen on traveling can visit our polar station in Spitsbergen.

Research

  The university holds the title of Research University as the only university in Lower Silesia and one of ten in Poland. This means that the university receives additional funding for the implementation of the University of Wrocław project, which was awarded in the competition “Initiative of Excellence – Research University”. The Faculty Research Center aims to better integrate the existing projects and include them in broader perspectives of research, popularization, and didactic activities in cooperation with other Polish and foreign research centers as well as external stakeholders from the socio-economic environment.
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University of Warsaw

About University

  The University of Warsaw is a public university in Warsaw, Poland that was established in 1816. The University of Warsaw is Poland’s largest university, and one of its most prestigious. It offers courses in humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, as well as a range of interdisciplinary programmes. While most teaching is in Polish, the university offers more than 20 programmes taught in English, including economics, business, and political science. The heart of the university remains its historical main campus, in the center of Warsaw, which includes buildings dating back to the 17th century.  The natural sciences campus is more modern. Five Warsaw graduates have won Nobel prizes, including the physicist Joseph Rotblat, and the former Israeli Prime Minister, Menachem Begin. The University of Warsaw is among the top 3% of the world’s best universities. According to international rankings, it also is the best university in Poland and one of the leading ones in this region of Europe. 

Faculties

  The University of Warsaw consists of 24 faculties:
  • Faculty of Applied Linguistics;
  • Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and Resocialization;
  • Faculty of Archaeology;
  • Faculty of “Artes Liberales;
  • Faculty of Biology;
  • Faculty of Chemistry;
  • Faculty of Culture and Arts;
  • Faculty of Economic Sciences;
  • Faculty of Education;
  • Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies;
  • Faculty of Geology;
  • Faculty of History;
  • Faculty of Journalism, Information and Book Studies;
  • Faculty of Law and Administration;
  • Faculty of Management;
  • Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics, and Mechanics;
  • Faculty of Modern Languages;
  • Faculty of Oriental Studies;
  • Faculty of Sociology;
  • Faculty of Philosophy;
  • Faculty of Physics;
  • Faculty of Polish Studies;
  • Faculty of Political Science and International Studies;
  • Faculty of Psychology.

Student Life in Warsaw 

  Warsaw is Poland's capital and largest city, with 1.8 million inhabitants. It is on the Vistula River in the middle of the country. As you stroll the streets of the city, you’ll be struck by the versatility of Warsaw. Skyscrapers and luxury retail outlets neighbor museums and libraries in a space that feels both cosmopolitan and yet rather raw.  Warsaw’s Old Town is the jewel in the Polish capital’s crown. It delights visitors with its colorful tenement houses and the unique atmosphere of its narrow streets. You can visit the Museum of Warsaw or follow the Old Town Cellars Route. See also the barbican and the bell on Kanonia street, take a stroll along the old city walls and take a photo of the Vistula from the observation point at Gnojna Góra. Step into the cathedral, which houses the tombs of the medieval Mazovian princes.

Accommodation

  The University of Warsaw offers more than 2500 places in six residence halls situated in various parts of the city. Each hall has a quiet study lounge, a TV room, a computer room, and laundry facilities. Monthly rent depends on the type of room and dormitory. 

Research

  The high level of scientific research, as well as its connection with diversity and attractiveness of teaching methods, determine the highest position of the University in the country and its strong reputation worldwide recognized also by prestigious international rankings. The University employs 3’900 scholars. Their scientific inquiry extends over 1’400 research topics; students who they concurrently teach have the opportunity of joining in their research projects. The University of Warsaw is present in more than 20 countries on 5 continents. The archaeologists have at their disposal the Research Station in Cairo. UW astronomers perform large-scale sky surveys using telescopes at the Las Campanas Observatory in the Atacama Desert, Chile. Jointly with the Carpathian University in Ivano-Frankivsk, the University plans to renew the Astronomical and Meteorological Observatory on the top of Pip Ivan Mountain (Ukraine).
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Andijan State Medical Institute

About Institute

  Andijan State Medical Institute was established in 1955 and become one of the most popular medical institutes in Uzbekistan. Institute is a higher public medical institution in Andijan, Uzbekistan. It is considered one of the best institutes for studying MBBS abroad and provides a studying process for students who want to study medicine and healthcare science in Uzbekistan and ensures such learning experiences that will inspire all the medical graduates to be prepared to practice medicine at the highest standards, providing all the individuals and societies in the pursuit of their health.  Andijan State Medical Institute provides studying medical science in 4 faculties, 7 Undergraduate areas of General Medicine, 29 specialties for Postgraduate Education in Medicine, and a special department, which provides training and retraining programs for physicians. The department’s professors have developed 521 studying curricula, using their own and foreign experience, as well as educational and methodological complexes, which are reviewed and approved by the Faculty Council. Currently, Andijan State Medical Institute has more than 3,903 students in 7 Bachelor’s Programs, 391 students in Master’s Programs, 20 students participating in the joint program, and 100 students in foreign programs and projects.  Over 8,300 students get their medical degrees from this university which opens them a wide range of abroad internships and career possibilities. Andijan Medical Institute has become the best choice for those students who want to study MBBS in Uzbekistan.

Faculties

  The educational process at the medical institute is organized into 4 faculties:
  • Therapeutic Faculty 
  • Pediatric Faculty
  • Dentistry Faculty
  • Advanced Training and Retraining of Physicians 
Each faculty has Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses in Medicine. The language of instruction can be English, Russian or Uzbek following the choice of the student. Therapeutic Faculty focuses on the areas of curative works, medical pedagogics, and higher education nursing.   Departments of the Therapeutic Faculty:
  • Traumatology, Orthopedics, Neurosurgery
  • Hospital Therapy, Endocrinology, Hematology
  • Hospital Surgery and Stomatology
  • Languages, Pedagogics, and Psychology
  • Military Training
  • Physical Education and Curative Physical Education
  • Normal Physiology, Bioorganic Chemistry, Biochemistry
  • Anatomy
  • The First Training of General Physicians
  • The Second Training of General Physicians
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Surgery, Urology, and First Aid
Pediatrics Faculty departments:
  • Pediatric Surgery
  • Illnesses and Epidemiology
  • Clinic Radiology, Oncology
  • Pharmacology and Clinic Pharmacology
  • Psychiatry, Clinical Psychology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Kids’ Illnesses and Neonatology
  • Pediatrics
  • Hospital and Clinic Pediatrics
  • Microbiology and Immunology
  • General and Social Hygiene, Control of the Medical System
  • Anatomy
Dental Faculty departments:
  • Therapeutic Dentistry
  • Surgical Dentistry and Maxillofacial Surgery 
  • Pediatric Dentistry 
  • Orthopedic Dentistry 
Advanced Training and Retraining of Physicians Faculty departments:
  • Therapy 
  • Pediatrics 
  • Neonatology 
  • Surgery 
  • Gynecology 
  • Ophthalmology 
  • First Aid 

Accommodation

  Andijan State Medical Institute provides its students with modern accommodation near the main studying building. As the Institute attracts a large number of non-resident and international students, that means it aims to provide students with the needed facilities and a hospitable atmosphere, to make them feel at home. The dormitory has a convenient location near the city center and is surrounded by groceries, shopping malls, and banks. It makes the life of students easier and more comfortable.  Andijan State Medical Institute owns several dormitories, located not far from the studying campuses. The living conditions are cozy and safe. Each dormitory has all the modern and necessary amenities like fully furnished rooms, central heating, running cold and hot water, laundry, kitchen, meeting rooms, free Wi-Fi, and vending machines with snacks. The pass turnstile and surveillance cameras, located at the entrance, ensure the security of the residents. Also, there are different supermarkets, cafes, banks, and sports centers, available within a close distance.

International Cooperation

  Andijan State Medical Institute holds active international cooperation with leading educational institutions located all around the globe. It conducts various conferences, congresses, symposiums, joint projects, training, and exchange programs in Uzbekistan Institute also provides students with the possibility to take part in international exchange programs. Exchange programs create opportunities: opportunities for participants to study abroad, prosper and work abroad with others to solve shared problems and ensure a secure future. Exchanges create future leaders who instinctively appreciate the value of international collaboration, understanding, and empathy. Some of the respectable partners are:
  • Dongsan Medical Center at Keimyung University (Korea)
  • Samyuk Medical Center (Korea)
  • Moscow State Medical Dentistry University (Russia)
  • North-West State Medical University is named after I. Mechnikov (Russia)
  • Russian  Medical Academy of Continuing Professional  Education  (Russia)
  • Kazan State Medical University (Tatarstan)
  • Kirov State Medical University (Russia)
  • Astrakhan State Medical University (Russia)
  • Dagestan State Medical University (Russia)
  • University of Pisa (Italy)
  • Adjibadem Clinic (Turkey)
  • Rostock University (Germany)
  • Hacettepe University (Turkey)
  • Kosice University is named after Pavel Joseph (Slovakia)
  • Donetsk National Medical University named after Gorkiy (Ukraine)
  • National postgraduate medical academy named after P.L.Shupik (Ukraine)
  • Zaporoje State Medical University (Ukraine)
  • Kharkiv National Medical University (Ukraine)
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Gulistan State University

About University

  Gulistan State University was founded in 1965 on the basis of the Syrdarya State Pedagogical Institute (SDPI). Currently, 4,933 students are enrolled in the university to study in Uzbekistan. There are 7 doctors of sciences and more than 100 candidates in sciences. The total area of ​​existing laboratories is 2008 square meters to study science in Uzbekistan. The necessary material and technical base for the students to study in-depth and comprehend are created. The database of the Information Resource Center contains more than 4,000 e-books and manuals to study history and pedagogy at Uzbekistan University. The website of the University includes textbooks, lecture texts, learning guides, and other informational resources for Physics and Mathematics studies in Uzbekistan. In total, 25 study rooms are supplied with laboratory equipment, one language room is equipped with a lingual laboratory to study foreign languages abroad. A wide range of activities is underway to enable students to use the Internet and introduce a local electronic library within the university. There are 30 computer classes at the university, with more than 700 computers to learn Information Technologies abroad. The university’s academic department, marketing department, international relations department, and other departments also serve to increase the effectiveness of scientific research and international experience to study and graduate abroad in Asia. Every year about 250 scientific articles (including 30 abroad), 5 monographs, 4 manuals, and 512 methodical manuals are published by university scientists. 

Faculties

  There are six faculties at Gulistan State University:
  • Natural Sciences
  • Physics and Mathematics;
  • Pedagogy;
  • History Department;
  • Social and Economic Department; 
  • Philology
Bachelor’s degree – 4 years Master’s degree – 2 years All the educational courses are available in English for international exchange students.

Accommodation

  A lot of work is being done at the university to improve the living conditions of students. The 380-seat student dormitory on the university campus has been completely renovated for study-abroad students. Communication with Uzbek students will help you not only to get acquainted with Uzbek culture but also to learn the Uzbek language to study and work abroad in Asia. Comfortable and cozy rooms are designed for 2-4 people for student life in Asia. The students’ living rooms are equipped with furniture and other equipment needed for classes and living. The furniture placed in the room is distinguished by its shape and color, as well as its creative function. The design of the bookshelf and specially designed furniture for computers adorn the room with their unique luster.  There is a kitchen, a toilet, and a bathroom on each of the floors. In addition, each floor is equipped with modern TVs and WiFi devices, where students can get acquainted with the latest developments in our country and the world, the ongoing reforms in our country, as well as get pleasure from it. During the study period, you will be allocated a place in the bedroom and a separate bathroom and kitchen. The dormitory is a multi-ethnic student family, and we hope that living there will bring you joy and new acquaintances because this is where you will find many friends from all over the world to travel in Asia.

Exchange programs

  Gulistan State University has a student exchange program with 2 foreign universities:
  • A joint exchange program between the Federal University of Kazan (Privolje) and the State University of Gulistan in the field of “Psychology” (Bachelor’s Degree);
  • A joint exchange program between South Kazakhstan State University named after M. Auezov and Gulistan State University in the field of “Kazakh language and literature” (Bachelor’s Degree);
In the years under study (2020-2021), cooperation agreements, memorandums, and agreements were signed between Gulistan State University and foreign higher education institutions and scientific research universities to provide students with internships abroad or other abroad programs.  Today, on the basis of the existing agreements, the work has been started systematically, exchange programs between students, professors, and teachers, and employees have been cooperating on scientific and research work.
  • Cooperation between the Institute of Agriculture and Agro-Technology named after A. Checki (Italy) and Gulistan State University;
  • International cooperation agreement with the University of Gottingen, Germany;
  • International cooperation agreement between Binary University (Malaysia) and Gulistan State University;
  • Research cooperation between Hohenheim University and the Faculty of Natural Sciences of Gulistan State University;
  • Cooperation agreement on scientific research between the Institute of surface chemistry named after A. Chuyko of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and Gulistan State University.
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Bukhara State Medical Institute

ABOUT

  Bukhara State Medical Institute is one of the leading institutions in Uzbekistan offering a medicine program and a better choice for worldwide students to study MBBS in Uzbekistan. The institute established in 1990 welcomes all international students to become a part of the most innovative educational establishment and offers different courses in 40 departments.  The Institute is recognized by NMC (National Medical Commission), MCI (Medical Council of India), WHO (World Health Organisation), UNESCO (The United Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation), and other major medical bodies across the world. It provides medical certificates that are globally accepted. There are highly qualified and well-experienced faculty teaching at the institute aiming for excellent results and giving more attention to practical training. Bukhara State Medical Institute provides a high standard of education system along with an affordable fee structure, modern amenities, educational equipment, and other basic facilities to international students who seek to study medical specialties in a leading university.  The main objective of the institute is to train competent health care professionals, and doctors who can perform organizational, diagnostic, medical, and research activities in compliance with national and international standards, as well as to be committed to the principles of humanism, medical ethics, and patient safety. Graduates must be able to work in interdisciplinary and multicultural teams and develop, implement, and disseminate projects that impact health promotion, especially aimed to fulfill the local community’s needs.  The institute currently offers classes in Uzbek, Russian, English, and Turkish. The syllabus of Bukhara State Medical institute corresponds to the international medical education standard. All modern educational equipment is available at the educational institution.

FACULTIES 

  the institute has 8 faculties, and 41 departments, including bachelor’s degrees in 8 areas, master’s degrees in 23 specialties, and clinical residency in more than 40 specialties and 20 joint programs. It consists of 400 professors and teachers, including 20 doctors of sciences, 10 professors, 107 candidates of sciences and associate professors, and 100 senior teachers and assistants. Bukhara State Medical Institute offers 8 faculties:
  • Faculty of Medicine;
  • Faculty of Medicine and Pedagogy and Higher Nursing;
  • Faculty of Dentistry;
  • Faculty of Pediatrics;
  • Faculty of Preventive Medicine, Biomedical, Folk Medicine;
  • Faculty of international students
  • Turkish faculty of Medicine
  • Faculty of advanced training for doctors
All the educational courses are available in Uzbek, Russian, English, and Turkish. The opportunity to study the English language is a great advantage as it is easy for international students to study comprehensibly. The institute provides undergraduate and postgraduate study specialties in conjunction with dedicated clinical and theoretical departments. One of the most relying methods to choose a medical educational institution is based on its syllabus.  The courses covered by Bukhara State Medical Institute:
  • Medical Chemistry
  • Histology
  • Fundamentals of Psychology
  • Physiology
  • Histology
  • Human Anatomy
  • Bioorganic Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Cytology
  • Microbiology
  • Embryology
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Human Anatomy
  • Patient Care
  • Elective Courses
  • Embryology
  • Medical chemistry
  • Histology
  • Fundamentals of Psychology
  • Physiology
  • Histology
  • Human Anatomy
  • Bioorganic Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Cytology
  • Microbiology
  • Embryology
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Human Anatomy
  • Patient Care
  • Elective Courses
  • Embryology
  • Infectious diseases
  • General practice 
  • Oncology
  • Elective courses
  • Epidemiology
  • Gynecology
  • Traumatology 
  • Medical genetics 
  • Social medicine
  • Obstetrics 
  • Clinical immunology
The medicine program duration offered by Bukhara State Medical Institute is of 5 years: Bukhara State Medical Institute offers 5 years of MBBS course duration where individual medical aspirants get theoretical and practical knowledge of medicine. After acquiring the basic knowledge of medicine, medical aspirants need to complete a mandatory Internship. The worldwide students will be awarded a medical degree having global acceptance, so the students who graduated from Bukhara state medical institute have a wide range of job opportunities and they can practice in any country of choice. The MBBS course at Bukhara State Medical Institute is well-researched and globally accepted thus making it easy for graduating professionals to work anywhere on the planet. So, if you are looking for a well-rounded career, consider MBBS in 2022-23. Postgraduate programs – MD/MS Course duration – 2 years

CLINICAL BASES

  Clinical residency and internships are important components of training a doctor, pharmacist, or nurse. The students use the knowledge and skills obtained during studying in clinical and theoretical departments during practical training. Training of the future doctors takes place on the bases of leading medical clinics and centers:
  • Educational-scientific and practical center of dentistry;
  • Folk Medicine Center;
  • Pediatric Infectious Hospital of Bukhara Region;
  • Bukhara State Hospital;
  • Bukhara Diagnostic Center;
  • Bukhara Branch of the Republican Research Center Of Emergency Medical Care
Clinical training is the most important part of obtaining medical education. Future physicians work directly with patients to promote health and cure illness gaining knowledge in practice. This involves direct observation, diagnosis, treatment, and clinical research.

ACCOMMODATION

  The Bukhara State Medical Institute provides convenient dormitories to International students:
  • Bukhara State Medical Institute provides hostel rooms for students on a sharing basis.
  • The hostel rooms are separate for boys and girls present on different floors.
  • 24 hours of regular water supply and electricity are available.
  • Healthy food is available for international students.
  • The whole hostel system has high security for 24 hours.
  • All basic amenities are provided including beddings, cupboard, table, fan, etc.
  • The centralized heating system is provided to students.
  • A shared kitchen is provided for students to cook their food of choice.
  • Laundry rooms and a gymnasium are available in the hostel.
  • A room with washing machines is provided.
  • The building has a common relaxation area.
  • 247 Internet connection is available in the hostel. 

HISTORY

  Bukhara State Medical Institute named after Abu Ali ibn Sino made a huge contribution to the educational development of the ancient and eternally young Bukhoro-i-Sharif, which is 30 years old. It was founded in October 1990. In March 1991, by the decision of the Presidium of the Bukhara Regional Council of People’s Deputies, the name “Abu Ali ibn Sino” appeared. The Faculty of Medicine was established in 1991, the Faculty of Dentistry – in 1992, the Department of Highly Qualified Nurses – in 1999, the Department of Medical Pedagogy –  in 2001, and the Department of Pediatrics – in 2016. As of 2018, 2 new directions have been established in the field of medical prevention and medical biology.

THE EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY

  Bukhara State Medical Institute is engaged in educational activities for the implementation of basic and supplementary education programs of higher education, as well as carries out teaching-pedagogical, scientific-methodological, and other activities. Students are also involved in participating in various scientific conferences, writing scientific articles and works, and conducting research. Priority areas of research at the Institute based on scientific topics:
  • Medical and social problems of health protection of a healthy mother and a healthy child;
  • Development of methods for detecting, treating, and preventing infectious diseases, new approaches to the incidence of infectious diseases;
  • Socially significant diseases – development of methods for early diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis, HIV / AIDS, psychological, narcological, oncological, and venereal diseases;
  • Development of new approaches to modern diagnostics, treatment, and prevention of diseases of internal organs;
  • Creation and improvement of existing methods of modern diagnostics of surgical diseases, non-invasive treatment, rehabilitation, and effective prevention;
  • Medical and social problems of the prevention of ecology and diseases related to nutrition.

INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

  International cooperation is an integral part of the activities of Bukhara State Medical Institute and an important tool in ensuring the quality of education and its compliance with international standards. This work is carried out within the framework of cooperation programs with leading foreign universities, the implementation of international educational programs and projects, the implementation of joint research activities, the organization of scientific and practical seminars and conferences, the exchange of teaching staff, and the development of student mobility. Bukhara State Medical Institute maintains stable ties with many foreign universities and international organizations in Asia and Europe. One of the priorities of international activity in cooperation with the universities of the CIS member states. International contacts are actively used by the Institute for organizing and conducting international scientific and practical conferences, seminars, and round tables with the participation of leading specialists from foreign partner universities. Further training and education abroad is the transfer of students or faculty to study or conduct research for a certain academic period to another higher educational/scientific institution or clinic. Within the framework of the concluded agreements on cooperation in the field of academic mobility, since 2017, academic exchange of students of Bukhara State Medical Institute and students of foreign universities has been carried out. From 2017 to 2019, students of Bukhara State Institute went to study in educational programs of higher education for a semester and undergo practical training in educational institutions in the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Turkey. In addition, students from medical universities in Kazakhstan, and Tajikistan are trained in educational programs of higher education during the semester and undergo practical training at the clinical bases of BukhSMI.

ADMISSIONS

  Bukhara State Medical Institute advisors will help the students choose the subjects and living conditions that suit their career goals as well as budget preferences. The staff of the institute assists students with the preparation of the necessary documents for obtaining of Admission Confirmation Letter, Invitation Letter, and VISA. The International Office will complete the admission and registration process for students to be able to start the classes as soon as they arrive in Bukhara. There are services we provide:
  •  Professional assistance via e-mail or phone
  •  Assistance with Admission and Invitation Letters obtaining
  •  A visa support letter
  •  Pre-departure briefing
  •  Meeting at the airport
  •  Assistance with Immigration Clearance
  •  Assistance with insurance documents
  •  Assistance with the documentation during the period of application
  •  Preparing the student’s ID card, dormitory card, international student card
  •  Visa support during the study period
  •  Assistance with opening a Bank Account
  •  Assistance with preparing the Equivalence certificate
  •  Any other assistance that may be required by the student
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Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute

About Institute

  Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute was founded on 26.07.1974. It is a non-profit public higher education institution located in the large town of Jizzakh. Institute provides a high-quality education process for local and international students to study pedagogy and social sciences in Uzbekistan. Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute provides improving the qualifications of professors and teachers of the higher educational institution in Postgraduate and Doctoral Courses of Pedagogy in English medium of instruction.  Today, the qualified institute staff consists of 524 professors and teachers using the most modern teaching methods and technical equipment. More than 20 of them are Doctors of Science, 130 Candidates of Science and PhDs. Besides, more than 8,000 students studying at over 27 Bachelor programs in Pedagogy and 11 Bachelor Courses (correspondence) give quality education to 3,361 students. Over 291 students tend to get a Master's Degree in Pedagogy or other 18 Master's specialties. Moreover, 10 Independent Researchers study history and social sciences at the University. Research work is being carried out with 4 Research Institutes and 5 Production Enterprises. At the same time, Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute has acquired a new renovation. Reconstruction works were carried out in the main educational building located in the territory of Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute located in Sharaf Rashidov street of Jizzakh city.

Faculties 

  Today the Institute has 10 Faculties and 32 Departments
  • Faculty of Natural Sciences
  • Faculty of Mathematics
  • Faculty of Uzbek language and literature
  • Faculty of History
  • Faculty of Foreign Languages
  • Faculty of Russian Language and Literature
  • Faculty of Physical Culture
  • Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology
  • Faculty of Preschool education
All the courses are available in English, Russian, and Uzbek mediums of instruction. Bachelor’s Degree  – 4 years Master’s Degree – 2 years

Accommodation

  Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute provides international students in Uzbekistan with Student Dormitory with renovated apartments needed for comfortable living facilities. All students have permanent access to reading rooms, the Institute Library, recreation room, hygiene room, laundry room, storage room, common kitchens on every floor or block of rooms, gym, and other needed places. The state of the Student Hostel is studied by the management of the Institute and public organizations based on a special plan, the results of which are discussed at scientific councils. The Rector, Vice-Rectors, Deans, and Commandants are responsible for the cleanliness and sanitary condition of the Student Dormitory, the inviolability of students ‘ residences, and the effectiveness of educational work. Every international student lives in a typical two-person dorm room. It’s partitioned into four suites, with eight people per suite. In each suite, there are two-person single rooms and three two-person rooms. Each suite has a bathroom with a single shower, toilet, and two sinks. You also have a small kitchen. There are two common rooms per floor, where there are couches are tables to work at.

International Cooperation

   The Institute pays great attention to international cooperation and exchange student programs. In particular, a total of 16 international agreements were signed with Moscow State Pedagogical University, Bashkortostan State Pedagogical University, Bashkortostan State University, Russian Nuclear Research Scientific Center, Norwich (Great Britain), Shimkent University, INSHA, Baranovichi State University, Tula State Pedagogical University, Taraz State Pedagogical Institute (Kazakhstan), St. Petersburg Botanical Research Institutes. Cooperation agreements on the exchange of professors and students between the Ukrainian State Pedagogical University named after T. Shevchenko and Chernihiv named after T. Shevchenko were also provided. The main aim of exchange programs at Jizzakh State Pedagogical Institute is to increase students' and academic staff mobility and give them opportunities to improve the quality of education and raise the availability of international study for all students and teachers.
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Ken Walker International University

Ken Walker International University provides the highest level of educational programs based on the evidence and experience of the leading western educational institutions. State of the art private university based in the beautiful country of Georgia, collaborates with the Emory University School of Medicine (USA), to provide students with the highest quality education, research, and experience. KWIU aspires to become the global leader in medical and dental education and to prepare healthcare professionals for the future worldwide. A professional team and strong collaboration with leading academic, clinical, and scienti­c organizations is a guarantee for success. Innovative and integrated curriculum forces collaboration of modern requirements of medical education, with considerations of requirements by the World Federation of Medical Education (WFME). Integration of fundamental knowledge of biomedical and clinical sciences, research, clinical skills and professionalism, a wide range of practical experience, and networking opportunities, equips KWIU students with the most comprehensive professional abilities.

INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITY

  Active internationalization activities at the University provide an open academic environment for Georgian and international students, academic, invited, and administrative staff, which in turn facilitates the full realization of their personal potential, integration into international educational, research processes, and sharing experience of foreign colleagues/researchers. PARTNERS:
  • EMORY UNIVERSITY
  • An International Association For Medical Education - AMEE
  • Vladimir Bakhutashvili Institute of Medical Biotechnology
  • Eliava International Phagotherapy Center, Ltd
  • Georgian-American Nursing College
  • Association For Science
  • Kamara, Ltd
  • Georgian Biosafety Association

RESEARCH

  Ken Walker International University LLC's Research Development Strategy is based on the Law of Georgia on Higher Education, the University Mission, and Vision, and the University Strategic Development Plan for 2021-2027. The challenge of the University is to become one of the leading medical educational institutions at the national level that will offer students a comprehensive, innovative, and internationally recognized standard education. The research priorities of Ken Walker International University identify two main directions:
  •  Public health
  • Medical Education
 In addition to these priorities, the University accepts the challenge of promoting fundamental and clinical research in the country. Defining research priorities does not limit other types of research activities. Any employee of the University (academic, invited staff) has the right to submit and receive appropriate assistance from the University (given the feasibility and relevance of the research topic) in terms of idea implementation.

THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE AND STOMATOLOGY

  The Faculty of Medicine and Stomatology is established at the University for the implementation of relevant educational programs. The faculty is the main educational unit of the University, its goal is to implement the educational programs and scientific-research activities of the University, to create and develop an educational environment in accordance with modern standards. Educational Departments To provide academic support for the university educational programs, to implement them effectively, improve them, organize specialized staff, to improve their professional development and coordination, the teaching departments are established in the faculty, in which the academic staff is united according to the occupied academic position/discipline. The departments of the Faculty of Medicine and Stomatology are: Preclinical Department. Clinical Department. Stomatological Department.

CLINICAL BASE

  Ken Walker International University is proudly affiliated with leading hospitals throughout Georgia. As a leading institution in medical education, the medical faculty is committed to helping students build a strong foundation for future success in their medical careers.
  • N.Kipshidze Central University Clinic, Ltd
  • National Institute of Endocrinology, Ltd
  • Institute of Clinical Oncology, Ltd
  • O.Ghudushauri National Medical Center, Ltd
  • Insitute for Personalized Medicine, Ltd
  • Khechinashvili University Hospital , Ltd
  • Healthy Baby Med, Ltd
  • Tbilisi State Medical Univeristy and Ingorokva High Technology Medical Clinic, Ltd
  • UniDent, LTD
  • G.Chapidze Emergency Cardiology Center, Ltd
  • Ken Walker Medical Rehabilitation Univeristy Clinic, Ltd
  • National Center of Otorinolaryngology, Janapridze-Kevanishvili Clinic, Ltd
  • Center for Pediatric Surgery, Ltd
  • Pineo Medical Ecosystem, Ltd
  • TIM - Tbilisi Institute of Medicine, Ltd
  • Jerarsi, Ltd
  • Inova, Ltd
  • Jordania Clinic, Ltd
  • Tbilisi Central Clinic, Ltd
  • Kani, Ltd
  • Rustavi Mental Health Center, Ltd
  • Bokhua Memorial Cardiovascular Center, Ltd
  • Jordania-Chikovani Clinic, Ltd
  • Sachkhere Medical Center, Ltd
  • Eliava Insitute Phage therapy center, Ltd
  • Medex, Ltd
  • Cedex, Ltd
  • Bio-denti, Ltd A1, Ltd
  • IC Dent

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

  Studying at Ken Walker International University is supported by a modern and very well-equipped University Library. The Library offers diverse services and training and has the added function of a medical science information center. Its resources are mainly used by students, postgraduates, research, and academic staff, as well as health professionals from the region and scientific institutions elsewhere. Details of the library resources are available in online catalogs. Printed and digital resources are available for use in two stylish reading rooms, with PC workstations and wireless Internet connection.

HOSTEL

  While you are studying at Ken Walker International University, you are provided with comfortable hostels. Each hostel is divided into blocks. A block includes two rooms, a bathroom, and a lavatory; each room is for 2 to 3 people. Your room has already been equipped with modern furniture and technical appliances, which will help organize your comfortable accommodation and studies! The Internet and Wi-Fi are not a problem at all – you can access a high-speed network at our hostels.

STUDENT LIFE

   At Ken Walker International University, the teaching methods and other equipment and technology adopted are of extraordinarily high standards and can render a student fit for pursuing a career in any country in the world. SPORT ACTIVITIES There are plenty of opportunities for students who want to enhance their student life with different activities. There is a Year-Round Recreation Program that includes various sports activities like basketball, tennis, football, skiing, and skating in the winter season and swimming in the summer season. There are a lot of interest-based clubs and student organizations at Ken Walker International University available for the students. Some of them are the Student Scientific Society, English Speaking Club, Volunteer Clubs, and much more!
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Batumi State Maritime Academy

About University

  Legal Entity of Public Law-Teaching University-Batumi State Maritime Academy is the main maritime HEI in Georgia and its history began in the 1920s. It was the first HEI to implement Quality Management Standard ISO 9001. BSMA is a member of the main maritime organizations and is working to establish partnership relations with leading universities in the world. Currently, BSMA has two faculties: Maritime Faculty and Business and Management Faculty. Also, there are two centers that function: Vocational Education Centre and Seafarers Training and Certification Centre. All educational programs and short training courses are made according to requirements of Georgian legislation, national educational standards, and STCW convention and are compiled according to IMO recommended Model courses. Study programs have national and international recognition. Academy offers accredited programs at the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Levels. 

Faculties 

  • Maritime Faculty
  • Business and Management Faculty

Degree Programs 

  • Maritime Navigation
  • Marine Engineering
  • Marine Electrical Engineering
  • Ports and Terminals Handling Equipment Operations
  • Marine Transport management
  • Ship’s Power Plants and Mechanisms
  • Ships, Sea Ports, and Sea Terminals Electric and Power Plants
  • Ships, Sea Ports Electric, and Power Plants 
  • Organization and Logistics of Maritime Transportation
  • Port Management
  • Cruise Tourism Management
  • Transportation Financing and Insurance
  • Transport Economics 
  • Logistics and Expediting
  • International Business Management
  • Sea Tourism Management

Vocational Educational Centre

  • Deck Rating
  • Engine Room Rating
  • Computer Engineering Graphic Operator
  • Fishing Vessel Navigator
  • Logistics and Ports Management
  • Welder 
  • Crane Operator
Seafarers Training and Certification Centre offers 46 short training courses, among them there are conventional and in-house courses. 

Seafarers Training and Certification Centre

  Seafarers Training and Certification Center were established on the basis of Batumi State Maritime Academy in 2012, which is equipped with modern training simulation equipment. The aim of the Seafarers Training and Certification Center is to raise the level of qualification of maritime specialists and seafarers in accordance with existing international and national legal requirements due to the high need of the global market.  The aim of the Seafarers Training and Certification Center is to train/retrain highly competitive and highly professional staff for the internal and international markets. Seafarers Training and Certification Center is equipped with modern simulators:
  • Full Mission Bridge Navigational Bridge Simulator
  • ECDIS and ARPA Simulator
  • GMDSS Simulator
  • DP – Dynamic Positioning Simulator
  • Liquid Cargo Handling Simulator
  • Engine Room Simulator
  • High Voltage Simulator
  • Shore-based firefighting area
  • Life-saving appliances
  • Medical training equipment
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Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University

About University

  Shota Rustaveli State University is one of the leading higher education institutions, whose mission is to prepare a highly qualified, competitive specialist, a free person carrying national and universal values, become a strong educational-research center and take an important place in the national and international educational space.  The university is implementing educational programs of academic higher education, fundamental and applied research aimed at sustainable development of the country, social welfare of the population, ecological safety, and economic strength, as well as liberal values and establishment of democratic principles.  The University understands its special importance in the development of the region and considers as its priority the study of South-West Georgian culture and the Black Sea biology and ecology as well as phytopathological research and the development of agriculture and tourism. The Medical Education and the Clinical Doctor Professional Development Centre ensure teaching and learning based on practical skills through modern teaching/learning methods, theoretical lectures, and seminars as well as applications. The Centre also provides continuing medical education and the development of qualifications.  Since 2016 University dental clinic "BSU Denti" is functioning at BSU where different kinds of dentistry cabinets are equipped for practicing dental training. The cabinets are equipped with Advanced Technologies. BSU Dent" started receiving patients in February 2017 and is now carrying out various dental services. There is a 20% discount on dentistry services for students.

Faculties 

  • Faculty of Economics and Business
  • Faculty of Exact Science and Education
  • Faculty of Humanities
  • Faculty of Law and Social Sciences
  • Faculty of Natural Sciences and Health Care
  • Faculty of Technologies
  • Faculty of Tourism

Degree Programs 

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Ecology
  • Geography
  • Pharmacy
  • Physical Medicine and Medical Rehabilitation
  • Business Administration
  • Economics
  • Computer Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Primary Education
  • English Philology
  • French Philology
  • Georgian Philology
  • German Philology
  • History
  • Philosophy
  • Translation Studies
  • Turkish Philology
  • Turkish Studies
  • European Studies
  • International Relations
  • Law
  • Psychology
  • Public Administration
  • Agrarian Technologies
  • Agroengineering
  • Agronomy
  • Architecture
  • Civil Engineering
  • Food Technology
  • Forestry
  • Mining and Geoengineering
  • Telecommunication
  • Transport 

Research Priorities

  • Survey of diseases of significant crops: Annual disease surveys of crop fields and plantations; determining disease incidence and severity, sampling;
  •  Diagnostics of crop diseases: Registration of samples, isolation of pathogens from disease samples, identification and authentification of fungal, bacterial, and viral pathogens by classical methods;
  • Population genetics: Study of pathogenicity and virulence of major crop pathogens; identification of virulence structures of wheat rusts, cereal powdery mildews, etc.; measurement of changes in virulence of populations; providing a highly cost-effective opportunity to determine the risk presented by pathogen races;
  • Immunological assessment: Evaluating cereal germplasm for different diseases under natural and artificial infection by using field and glasshouse studies. Identification of new sources of resistance for recommendation in breeding programs;
  • Molecular Biology: Introducing and using new molecular biology methods for improved plant diseases diagnosis and screening of virulence markers and assessment of the genetic diversity of pathogens;
  • National Collection of Plant Pathogens: The collection includes a panel of plant pathogens, mainly fungi important both nationally and regionally;

Accommodation 

  Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University students are served by the four-story dormitory of the modern standards foreseen for 200 tenants. The building fully complies with modern standards; it is constructed based on the block principle construction and is equipped with separate wet points and a kitchen. The dormitory houses a conference hall, free spaces, a library, an elevator, a security office, a laundry-drying room, etc.; the blocks adjusted to the people with special needs are also envisaged. Students can settle in the dormitory twice a year: at the beginning of the fall and the spring semesters within the time frame defined by the Order of the Head of Administration.
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Uzbek State University Of Physical Education And Sport

About University

  The Uzbek State University of Physical Education and Sport is considered a single fundamental high educational Institution to study Sports Science in Uzbekistan. The Institute was founded in 1935 to train highly qualified experts in physical education in Uzbekistan. The University is officially recognized by the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialized Education of Uzbekistan.  Institute also provides a study of Medicine to train highly skilled and professional experts to become prominent specialists in the medical fields both in Uzbekistan and abroad. There is also the Uzbek-Belarusian Joint Faculty of Physical Culture, Sports, and Tourism, which was introduced in 2019. The joint faculty is an agreement between the university and the Belarusian State University of Physical Culture to provide students with the opportunity to study and practice in both Uzbekistan and Belarus. There are more than 30 Students Cubs and societies on offer for students to join including a range of sports clubs, art studios, and other communities that aims to develop students' interpersonal skills at Uzbek State University of Physical Education and Sport. There are several research centers and departments based at the university such as the Centre for Digital Learning Technologies, the Department for Quality Control of Education, and the Department of Scientific and Pedagogical Training to conduct research and study abroad in Uzbekistan. In 2021 the university established the Research Institute of Physical Education and Sports to facilitate its various research projects and encourage students to study physical education in Uzbekistan.  

Faculties

  • Faculty of Single Combat 
  • Faculty of Sports Games 
  • Faculty of All-Around Sports 
  • Faculty of Sports Management And Tourism 
  • Faculty of Football 
  • Uzbek-Belarusian Joint Faculty of Physical Culture, Sports, And Tourism
  • Faculty of Wrestling 
  • Faculty of Winter and Difficult Sports
  • Paralympic Faculty 
  • Faculty of Medicine 
All the educational courses are available to study in English medium of instruction. Every faculty provides Undergraduate and Postgraduate study specialties in conjunction with dedicated Clinical and Theoretical Departments. Clinical Residence and Internship programs are also available for international students to study Medicine in Uzbekistan. The main aim of the clinical residency is to provide professional knowledge and improve the medical skills of specialists and prepare highly qualified doctors for autonomous work in the healthcare field.  MD/MBBS – 6 years PG/Ph.D. – 2 – 4 years  Every Faculty of the University is a place of learning, discovery, expression, and innovation. We develop our medical courses at the Uzbek university to study according to international study programs in Uzbekistan, such as TEMPUS and Visegrad Fund. We are focused on training highly skilled and professional experts to become prominent specialists in the medical fields both in Uzbekistan and abroad.  Dedicated University Departments: 
  • Department of Adaptive Physical Education and Sports
  • Department of Sports Psychology and Pedagogy
  • Department of Theory and Methodology of Athletics
  • Department of Theory and Methodology of Winter Sports
  • Department of Theory and Methods of Complex Technical Sports
  • Department of Theory and Methods of National Wrestling
  • Department of Theory and Methodology of International Sports
  • Department of Theory and Methods of Physical Culture, Sport
  • Department of Sports Management and Economics
  • Department of Theory and Methods of Sports Gymnastics
  • Department of Organization of Sports Events
  • Department of Theory and Methods of Volleyball, Basketball
  • Department of Theory and Methodology of Handball, Tennis, Badminton
  • Department of Tennis, Badminton Theory and Methodology
  • Department of Theory and Methods of Boxing, Fencing
  • Department of Taekwondo, Theory, and Methodology of Karate

Accommodation 

  Uzbek State University of Physical education and Sport provides its international students in Uzbekistan with modern and equipped apartments. The dorm rooms are divided into single and double rooms. All modern facilities are available and depend on the charge. There is a student cafeteria in the university, that offers various dishes. The Student Center on Campus provides a variety of dishes and buffets. There are many restaurants outside the campus, in addition to shopping and entertainment, there are KFC, McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, sushi restaurants, Muslim restaurants, and many other restaurants, suitable for students' different tastes and requirements.  Among the thousands of international students studying at the university, there are students from the Republic of Korea, the United Kingdom, the Russian Federation, the Republic of Tajikistan, Turkey, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the Republic of India, Afghanistan, and Kyrgyzstan, as well as doctors from neighboring regions. It should be noted that the institute is a multicultural community and has all conditions for receiving education abroad, which meets the level of modern requirements of studying in Asia. The Spirituality and Enlightenment rooms, which are the center of cultural leisure-time activities in the dormitories of the university, are well-equipped and furnished. Branches of the Institute’s Library have been created in the dormitories and are stocked with more than 3 000 unique books. All students living in the dormitories are signed up for membership and can easily use them. For students’ cultural activities, the dormitories have a TV on every floor and free Wi-Fi in every room.
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Termez Branch of Tashkent Medical Academy

About Academy

  In the 2021-2022 academic years, the Termez branch of Tashkent Medical Academy ensures a high-level education process for more than 2,500 students of Undergraduate Education Courses and Clinical Residency programs to study medicine in Uzbekistan. Over 125 professors-teachers work as main staff of the branch and teach young and prominent specialists in the field of healthcare and disease prevention. There are 20 Doctors of Science, 20 Candidates of Science, Associate Professors, and Doctors of Philosophy (Ph.D.) among them which provide high-quality study abroad in Uzbekistan. Termez branch of Tashkent Medical Academy provides access to all technologies and modern facilities needed for the study medical science in Uzbekistan. Free internet service has been launched at the Information Resource Center (IRC). Students are free to use video-conferencing devices and effectively applied them in educational processes. More than 22 electronic boards and 6 video projectors have been installed to implement modern information technology and new pedagogical technologies in the educational process. Computer classes provide free access to over 170 modern computers used for the educational process to study IT in Uzbekistan. The General Literature Fund in the Termez Branch Information Resource Center is the main resource of information for international students and university staff. It consists of over 15,500 text editions in 909 titles. As of 2021, there were nearly 9,500 textbooks with 314 titles; 4555 educational manuals with 203 titles; 400 books of political literature with 112 titles; 524 monographs with 51 titles; 387 items of fiction literature with 189 titles purchased. Electronic copies of all literature have been created. 

Departments

  The Termez Branch of Tashkent Medical Academy offers Medical Courses in Uzbekistan available for Undergraduate Studies and Postgraduate Studies. Classes and courses in Medicine are held in three languages: Uzbek, Russian, and English. The main aim of the studying program in Medicine is to train high-quality specialists capable to solve complex tasks and problems related to public health, disease prevention, diagnosis, and human disease treatment. The program is designed to form the professional competencies of future doctors by combining theoretical and practical pieces of training and principles of science-based medical practice in the healthcare field. The Termez Branch of Tashkent Medical Academy education research covers a wide range of areas representing the full spectrum of clinical specialisms. Staff develops new diagnostic and treatment methods in internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Neurology, Dermatology, Infectious Diseases, Geriatric Care, and Psychiatry – including various interdisciplinary fields. Clinical Departments 
  • Department of Gastroenterology and Nutritiology;
  • Department of Dermatovenereology and Cosmetology;
  • Department of Cardiology and Rheumatology;
  • Department of Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy;
  • Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery;
  • Department of Psychiatry and Narcology;
  • Department of Pulmonology and Phthisiology;
  • Department of Reflexotherapy;
  • Department of Functional Diagnostics;
  • Department of Therapy;
  • Department of Endocrinology.
MBBS/General Medicine course is the most demanded in all medical education in Uzbekistan. The duration of the Medical courses is 6 years. Within 5 years, the students learn biomedical, paraclinical, and humanitarian subjects. The 6th year is devoted to clinical rotation.

Accommodation

  The Termez Branch of Tashkent Medical Academy offers a dormitory for its international students. University offers 5 Student Hostels with 1740 beds and currently accommodates 1720 students. It is situated near the Campus of Termez Branch and it takes only 10 minutes to go by foot to the Termez Branch educational building. All students are provided with free access to laundry and sports objects ( football fields, volleyball and basketball courts, gyms, and tennis courts) reservations.  Boys and girls live separately in dormitories. Each room is shared by 2-3 people. Amongst the items provided for every student are a mattress, bedsheet, pillow, pillowcase, quilt case, blanket, and quilt. University provides free access to the University library, reading rooms, studying rooms, and all necessary for studying process equipment and materials. 

 International Cooperation

  Today, the Termez Branch of Tashkent Medical Academy has established international cooperation with leading higher educational institutions in Uzbekistan and medical centers in Asia, Central Asia, Eurasia, and European countries. Foreign partners of the Termez branch of TMA:
  • Kazan Federal University (Russian Federation, Republic of Tatarstan);
  • Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University (Russian Federation);
  • Integral University (Hindistan);
  • Sankalchand Patel University (Hindistan);
  • Vitebsk State Medical University (Belarus);
  • Ataturk University (Republic of Turkey);
  • Ege University (Republic of Turkey);
  • Kazakh National Medical University named after Asfandiyarov (Republic of Kazakhstan);
  • Karaganda Medical University (Republic of Kazakhstan);
  • Tajik State Medical University Named after Abu Ali Ibni Sino (Tajikistan);
  • Kyrgyz State Medical Academy named after Okhunboev. I.K. (Republic Of Kyrgyzstan);
  • Azerbaijan Medical University (Azerbaijan);
  • University Of Debrecen (Hungary);
  • Ogaryov National Research Mordovian State University.
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Agricultural University of Georgia

About University

  The Agricultural University of Georgia (AUG) was founded in 1929 and represents the main university of agricultural profile in Georgia. In 2012 the Agricultural University of Georgia became part of the Agricultural Education and Science Fund to invest in infrastructure renovation, which included 57 fully equipped scientific research and educational laboratories, lecture halls, seminar rooms, auditoriums, training facilities, and other extensive facilities for higher education. AUG had invited high-class professors and researchers from the USA and Europe to teach at AUG - new international staff had also worked on the creation of new study programs and curricula in order for AUG to provide up-to-date education.  The quality of education is not only reflected in the university rankings, but also in the average employability rate of graduates which is now 93% at AUG after graduating. The number of applicants in AUG has almost doubled since 2011. Many independent ratings put the Agricultural University of Georgia in the top 20 universities in Georgia.  The university provides several academic and non-academic facilities and services to students, such as a library, housing, 20 technically equipped laboratories, 50 modern scientific laboratories, a cafeteria, a sports center (for basketball, volleyball, wrestling, and mini-football), a handball hall, a gymnastics studio, a theater, and recreation zones. AUG also offers study abroad and exchange programs, as well as administrative services.  The Agricultural University of Georgia is an institution with a high reputation, oriented on students and their success, research, and on modernizing traditions, and is one of the leaders of tertiary education in the country. At all three levels of tertiary education, Agricultural University programs are based on the principles of liberal and classical education, with the aim of developing creative and critical thinking, as well as practical skills of the students. 

University Schools

  • School of Agricultural and Natural Sciences
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Business

Degree Programs 

  • Agronomy
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Food Processing Technology
  • Forestry
  • Viticulture & Oenology
  • Construction Engineering
  • Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Business Administration
  • Liberal Arts
  • Agricultural Science
  • Engineering
  • Natural Science
  • Veterinary
  • Agricultural Science
  • Engineering
  • Natural Science

Research Institutes and Centers

  • Institute of Microbial Biotechnology
  • Institute of Molecular genetics
  • Institute of Entomology
  • Institute of Veterinary Medicine
  • Institute of Cognitive Neurosciences
  • Institute of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering
  • Institute of Animal Husbandry and Feed Production
  • Institute of Subtropical Crops and Tea Industry
  • Institute of Viticulture and Winemaking
  • Institute of Horticulture 

Accommodation 

  At the moment the University does not provide on-campus accommodation facilities. Therefore, we will help you find an apartment for rent in the nearby areas (which are mostly residential).
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Tbilisi State Medical University

About University

  The Tbilisi State Medical University (TSMU) is the main center of higher medical education in Georgia, with an almost hundred-year history. Actually, higher medical education in Georgia is of the same age as well. It is noteworthy to emphasize that thousands of TSMU graduates continue their professional careers in many leading clinics and institutions in Georgia, Europe, and the world as a whole. The core role and responsibility of TSMU in providing the country's population health care activities is of great importance and respectable. In 2018, the TSMU successfully and unconditionally passed the authorization process. According to the World Federation of Medical Education (WFME), since 2023 the Medical Degrees issued by a medical school are recognized within the Euro-Atlantic space. Successful undergraduate, postgraduate, continuous professional development programs, Master’s, doctoral as well as higher vocational educational programs make TSMU attractive for prospective students not only in Georgia but different countries around the world.  TSMU is a member of the European Education Area representing its active involvement in the functioning of this educational system, determining directions for development and implementation, and establishing free and close scientific and academic relationships with the educational, scientific, and clinical centers throughout the world. 

Faculties and Institutes

  • Medicine/MBBS
  • Stomatology
  • Pharmacy
  • Public Health
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • International Faculty of Medicine and Stomatology
  • Nursing and Midwifery
  • Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education 

Postgraduate Degree Programs 

  • Epidemiology and Environmental Medicine
  • Health Promotion, Health Education
  • Public Health
  • Clinical Pharmacy
  • Pharmacy 
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • Pharmacy Management
  • Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic Technologies
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Advisor in Rehabilitation
  • Rehabilitation in Sport
  • Pediatric Rehabilitation
  • Biomedical Engineering

Joint Academic Programs

  • American MD (US MD) Program – developed with Emory University School of Medicine (Atlanta, U.S.); 
  • Joint International Bachelor’s Program in “Public Health and Management” with UniMan Academy of Management and Performance (France). Upon completion, two - Georgian and French Diploma will be issued; 
  • Joint International Master’s Program in “Public Health Management and Health Policy” at TSMU Faculty of Public Health; 
  • Joint Georgian-Austrian Bachelor of Nursing program with Tyrol hospitals Union - the Western Education Centre (AZW) (Austria), allowing Georgian nurses to pursue proficiency in accordance with European standards and gain international experience in the Clinics of Austria.
At present, TSMU is the partner of more than 120 universities and University Clinics from over 30 countries worldwide; collaboration with them is regulated on the basis of bilateral agreements and/or joint international projects (ERASMUS +, HORIZON, MEVLANA and etc.). Within the frames of the programs, every year more than 600 students, academic and administrative staff, researchers, doctors, and nurses of TSMU participate in short- or long-term international mobility programs at the undergraduate, master, and doctoral levels. Many professors and students from partner universities often pay a visit to Tbilisi State Medical University for training or to share good experiences.  

Accommodation 

  At the moment TSMU does not provide on-campus accommodation facilities. Therefore, we will help you find an apartment for rent in the nearby areas (which are mostly residential).
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Ilia State University

About University

  Ilia State University was founded in 2006 as a result of a merger of six different academic institutions with long and varied histories.  Currently, it is one of the leading research and educational institutions in Georgia.  Representing a union of students and professors, ISU is a multifunctional educational and research institution offering a common space for academic and professional education and research with the joint efforts of its students, professors, teachers, and researchers.  Students, teachers, professors, and researchers are free to choose areas of study and research, as well as colleagues and supervisors to work with. No one has the right to forbid them from conducting studies on a certain topic or publishing research findings for political or moral reasons. Students and professors are free to choose any form of transparent and responsible self-governance they believe is best for the advancement of their union– the university–and its goals and objectives.  University owns well-equipped auditoriums and computer classes, computer study programs, teaching laboratories, the university library, scientific facilities, student and lecturer electronic system – ARGUS, electronic teaching portal “Moodle”. Research institutes of the university (Institute of Medical and Public Health Research) and facilities of partner organizations ensure the development and strengthening of clinical-practical and scientific-research skills.  Ilia State University welcomes around 5,000 freshmen every year at all levels of higher education. ISU strives to meet each student's needs and help them reach their potential. Ilia State University equips its students with an all-around experience to provide them with the necessary knowledge, skills, and confidence in order to achieve future career goals. ISU provides an advanced and dedicated academic community where students can learn from experts and gain the qualification they are looking for. 

Faculties and Schools 

  • Faculty of Arts and Sciences
  • Faculty of Natural Sciences and Medicine
  • Faculty Business, Technology, and Education
  • School of Law 
The language of instruction is English. Study materials are offered in English.

Degree Programmes 

  • Arts and Science
  • General Medicine 
  • Natural Sciences and Medicine
  • Business, Technology, and Education 
  • Mathematics
  • Architecture
  • Computer Engineering 
  • Computer Science
  • Civil Engineering 
  • Electronic and Electric Engineering 
  • Public Health
  • Life Sciences
  • Applied Genetics
  • Geology
  • Geophysics
  • Geography
  • Natural Resources
  • Physics And Astronomy
  • Applied Genetics 

ARGUS

  After the official enrollment is out, all students at Ilia State University have an internal electronic system for selecting the courses and following/managing their academic process. On Argus, students are allowed to:
  • register the courses from mandatory, mandatory-elective, elective, as well as free credit sections;
  • obtain information on course materials throughout the semester;
  • check the midterm and final exams results during the semester;
  • check the financial information;
  • write the statements and request different types of documents;
  • get notifications and announcements from the administration and professors 

Accommodation and Campus 

  Ilia State University offers a variety of services where students can try all kinds of academic, social, and cultural activities. The university’s “Ligamus” bookstore offers a wide selection of books from Georgian and foreign publishers. The Theater is the first and only professional theater in the Georgian educational environment and is active since 2010. Unifood is a catering service that offers ISU students delicious dishes from European and Georgian cuisine for a rather reasonable price. Here you can take advantage of free wifi and spend time with other students by tasting the local specialties.  Ilia State University can help you find accommodation and offers options at affordable prices regarding apartments in Tbilisi, close to campus. Ilia State University does not have its own dormitories. The University offers affordable housing options in contracted apartments in Tbilisi.
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The University of Georgia

About University

  Located in Tbilisi, Georgia, the University of Georgia (UG) is one of the largest private universities in the country, with more than 8000 local and international students. The University has accredited programs on three levels of higher education (Bachelor, Master, and Ph.D.)  in English and Georgian languages.  According to the latest university rankings published by the international organization – Webometrics, which ranks universities worldwide according to scientific research and scientific activity on the web, the University of Georgia is the highest-ranking private university in Georgia. Moreover, it is in the top 7 of regional educational institutions. UG is proud of its diverse community with cross-cultural awareness.  Its multicultural environment shapes intelligent, educated individuals with human values capable to meet modern challenges.  The objective of the University of Georgia, being one of the leading universities, is to encourage the personal development of each student and mold her/him as a highly qualified professional.  The University of Georgia offers exchange opportunities to its students with American and European higher educational institutions as well as those located in other parts of the world. UG joined Erasmus Mundus in 2013. Erasmus Mundus is a cooperation and mobility program in the field of higher education that aims to enhance the quality of European higher education and to promote dialogue and understanding between people and cultures through cooperation with Third-Countries. The program includes implementing exchanges of Undergraduate, Graduate, Ph.D., and Post-Doctorate students and Academic/administrative staff in European higher educational institutions. In the framework of individual cooperation, students are allowed to become exchange students in European and American leading universities for one or two semesters.

University Schools 

  • School of Science and Technology
  • School of Law
  • School of Social Sciences
  • School of Arts and Humanities
  • School of Business and Administrative Studies
  • School of Health Sciences
All the educational courses are available in English for international students. 

Degree Programs 

  • Computer Engineering  
  • Information Technology 
  • Electronic and Communication Engineering 
  • Computer Engineering
  • Mathematics 
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering 
  • Informatics
  • Political Sciences 
  • Journalism 
  • Strategic Communications 
  • International Relations 
  • Psychology 
  • Archaeology 
  • Art 
  • English Philology
  • History
  • Georgian Philology 
  • Architecture and Interior Design 
  • Eastern Studies 
  • English Philology 
  • Business Administration
  • Economics 
  • Tourism 
  • Public Administration 
  • Business Analytics 
  • Business Administration 

Career Services

  The students of the University of Georgia are provided with high-quality comprehensive career services at the Employment Support Center.  Having established successful partnerships with multiple private companies and public organizations in Georgia, the center facilitates relationships between students and employers. The success of the University graduates and their outstanding professionalism is not only the result of the advanced academic standards but also the consequence of the efforts to equip the students with skills necessary for the modern job market. International students in Georgia and alumni are provided with training on the topics such as effective resume and cover letter writing, job search skills and strategies, the techniques of a successful interview, networking, etc. This training is helpful in becoming better prepared for the transition from university to employment. 

Accommodation 

  There are residential halls that accommodate supplemental housing. All residence halls have secure two-factor building access, WiFi and Ethernet internet access, laundry rooms, study lounges, community kitchens, and access to a 24-hour desk.  Residents will enjoy large windows, built-in closets, in-room temperature control, and privacy-enhanced community bathrooms, as well as extensive shared lounge and study areas to support academic success and personal growth. Halls are renovated and updated to include freestanding furniture in rooms, more programmatic spaces, more bathroom privacy, and in-room temperature control.
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Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University TSU

About University

  Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University (TSU), founded in 1918, is one of the first higher educational and research institutions in Georgia and a leading university in the South Caucasus (Times Higher Education 2019). Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University was also ranked among the top 2% of the best universities worldwide (U.S. News & World Report 2019) 2019. Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University TSU is a spiritual and intellectual successor of multi-century Georgian culture, humanistic traditions, and old Georgian educational, scientific, and cultural centers. Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University shares the ideals promoted by the Magna Charter Universitatum of  European Universities, and its values are based on critical, creative, and progressive thinking; the principles of academic freedom and academic ethics; and open, dynamic, and transparent relations.  The mission of the TSU School of Medicine is to educate medical professionals and researchers whose efforts are aimed, on the one hand, at improving the national health system and promoting the development of a healthy environment essential for the well-being and harmonized progress of society, and on the other hand, for the development of international medical-scientific thoughts. Since 2005, Tbilisi State University has been involved in many EU-funded programs, including Erasmus Mundus, Erasmus+, Tempus, FP7 Marie Curie, Horizon 2020, ERC, and institutional development programs. Every year, TSU implements approximately 200 local and international scientific grant projects. TSU has signed the Memorandums of Cooperation with about 200 foreign universities from up to 50 countries; in addition, it cooperates with about 100 European universities through exchange programs within the framework of Erasmus+ and bilateral cooperation. Today about 22,000 students, including more than 660 foreign nationals study in TSU’s seven faculties. TSU has had over 300,000 graduates to date. 

Faculties

  • Exact and Natural Sciences
  • Humanities
  • Social and Political Sciences
  • Economics and Business
  • Law
  • Medicine
  • Psychology and Educational Sciences
All the educational courses are available in English for international students. 

Degree Programmes 

  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Chemistry/Biochemistry
  • Computer Engineering
  • Law
  • Public Administration 
  • General Medicine/MBBS 
  • Dentistry 

Facilities 

  Eight million books and approximately 22 million inventions/patents are stored in the TSU libraries, where readers have access to modern reading rooms and regularly updated library collections, including electronic versions.  The University offers modern learning surroundings, where students and professors have open access to international electronic databases and resources. These and other resources allow users to remain abreast of current scientific innovations, offering them equal opportunities with leading universities all over the world.   At TSU there are sixteen research institutes, and up to 85 learning labs, including the FabLab, SMART|Lab, SMART|AtmoSim-Lab, and Bloomberg Lab; Physics and Chemistry Labs that have been modernized with support from San Diego State University; a Multimedia Center; an archeological excavation site at Grakliani Hill; and a fine arts studio. TSU students have opportunities to enjoy and take an active part in cultural and sports programs. A modern student dormitory has been built in the vicinity of Lisi Lake, which unites three four-story residential buildings, an administrative building, and a sports terrain. 

Accommodation

  The new campus of TSU will accommodate 320 students. It unites three four-story residential buildings, as well as one administrative building, housing a library, resource room, conference room, café, medical center, laundry, computer room, and other infrastructure that will provide students with a comfortable environment. The campus offers hotel-type rooms with two of them specifically designed for people with disabilities. The entire infrastructure has been adapted to the needs of people with disabilities.
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Dentistry

The Dental education program at our Universities in Georgia, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, Uzbekistan, and Poland as usual lasts for 5-6 academic years. Students shall be required to:
  • attend specified tutorials, laboratory or practical sessions, field courses, examinations, and other events; 
  • to provide themselves with such books, equipment, and other materials as are necessary for the course; 
  • to submit items of work, including essays, dissertations, and project reports, by such dates as may be instructed. 
All such instructions shall be given to the students in writing at the beginning of the course concerned.  The studying process allows them to study how to determine the leading clinical symptoms and syndromes, using preliminary data of the patient's anamnesis, data of the patient's examination, knowledge about the person, their organs, and systems, and establish a probable nosological or syndromic preliminary clinical diagnosis of dental diseases. Students are taught how to collect information about the general condition of the patient, determine the final clinical diagnosis in accordance with the relevant ethical and legal norms, diagnose urgent conditions in all circumstances, plan and implement measures to prevent dental diseases among the population, prevent the spread of dental diseases and carry out treatment of major dental diseases according to existing algorithms and standard schemes. First years of the Course students spend studying mostly theoretical disciplines, and from the fourth year, they begin to study clinical disciplines. The Departments of Anatomy, Histology, Normal Physiology, Biochemistry, and General Chemistry in our partner Universities with their great traditions in the organization of the educational process, and highly qualified teachers usually do curriculums and schedules for teaching their disciplines, considering the specifics of the department.    All Departments in our partner Universities have well-equipped studying rooms for students to master the introductory course, and the necessary number of visual aids and special equipment has been purchased. Both teachers and students are involved in the edition of manuals at the university. The Laboratory of Metal-Ceramics and the Laboratory of High-Frequency Melting and Casting of Dental Prostheses are specially equipped in all our partner Universities.    Students study the main current problems of Dentistry as caries, periodontosis, and diseases of the mucous membrane in the mouth cavity at special Dental Offices. The main objective of the Department of Dentistry in our partner Universities is to improve higher dental education and increase the quality of training young and prominent dentists. The Dental Departments have developed and applied a set of methodological ways to optimize the educational process, focused on strengthening the student's cognitive activity, developing the habit of educational and research work, and providing creative methods of approach to professional activity. The Department of Dentistry assists students in acquiring a deep knowledge of Dental Science.    The medium of instruction in all our partner Universities' Dentistry Courses is English. The admission requirements differ across universities. Generally, students who attain higher marks in the qualifying examinations and the Medical Entrance Examinations conducted by various agencies are accepted onto the Dental Course. Qualifications in chemistry and/or biology are requirements for most universities, with physics and mathematics also viewed by many as complementary relevant subjects. The expected grade standards for Dentistry are broadly higher than most subjects, as is true for all medical degrees.  Students take basic medical and biological subjects as well as various clinical disciplines required for dentists.
  • Clinical Dentistry;
  • Pharmacology;
  • Periodontics;
  • Geriatric Dentistry;
  • Fixed Prosthodontics;
  • Oral Pathology;
  • Dental Materials;
  • Occlusion;
  • Dental Anatomy and Panoramic Radiography.
The evaluation methods in our partner University studying programs may include: 
  • For theoretical courses: written exams, offering exercises in written reports or lecturing, oral exams, and computer interactive exams;
  • Practical and clinical courses: observation of the clinical performance of the students during the program, objective structured clinical examination (OSCE), objective structured lab. 
In case of successfully passing final examinations, the graduates are given the Dentistry Degree. The curriculum provides for further postgraduate education. The awarded degree is a Bachelor of Dental Science.
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Pharmacy

The Pharmacy Course provided by our partner Universities Georgia, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, Uzbekistan, and Poland lasts for 5-6 years and is intended for students interested in specializing in and receiving training in the effective use of medications. Pharmaceutical studies incorporate the study of Chemical Sciences in combination with the Health Sciences. It focuses on the safe usage and application of pharmaceutical drugs.  Practical Pharmacy covers contemporary healthcare roles and clinical services, together with medication review for more traditional services including dispensing and compounding.   Physiological Sciences, Human Nutrition, Pharmacology, Professional Practice, Rural Pharmacy, Pharmaceutics, Chemistry, Microbiology, Organic and Medical Agents, Organic Chemistry, Therapeutics, and Scientific Statistics are studied during the Pharmacy Course at the University. Students will develop and draw up technological documentation for the production (manufacture) of medicines in pharmacies and pharmaceutical companies, determine the advantages and disadvantages of medication of different pharmacological groups and carry out all types of quality control of drugs. The objective of the Pharmacy Course, currently taught at our partner Universities in Georgia, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, Uzbekistan, and Poland is to provide students with all the skills necessary for the current trends. Understanding and appreciating the importance of continuing health care for the population is essential for students. The elective practices are offered to help students develop their particular interests, which can enhance their future career opportunities. Each module is taught with the utmost attention to detail.  The medium of instruction in all our partner Universities' Pharmacy Courses is English. Some of the subjects taught in Pharmacy Courses in our partner Universities include:
  • Human Nutrition
  • Physiological Sciences
  • Human Molecular Genetics
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology
  • Disease Processes
  • Pharmacology
  • Organic & Physical Chemistry
  • Chemistry
  • Introduction to Microbiology
  • Pharmaceutics
  • Introduction to Pharmacy
  • Pharmacy Practice
  • Pharmacokinetics
  • Organic and Medicinal Agents
  • Professional Practice
  • Rural Pharmacy Practice
  • Therapeutics
  • Scientific Statistics
The evaluation methods in our partner University studying programs may include: 
  • For theoretical courses: written exams, offering exercises in written reports or lecturing, oral exams, and computer interactive exams;
  • Practical and clinical courses: observation of the clinical performance of the students during the program, objective structured clinical examination (OSCE), objective structured lab. 
In case of successfully passing final examinations, the graduates are given the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmacy. The curriculum provides for further postgraduate education. The awarded degree is a Bachelor of Pharmacy. Students acquire the fundamentals of biomedical knowledge and obtain needed theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the different subjects of the specialty. After successful completion of the Course and passing the final examination, graduates are awarded a Pharmacy Degree. Students are trained to work in institutions of pharmacy, as well as for research work.
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Pediatrics

Pediatrics is the branch of medicine dealing with the health and medical care of infants, children, and adolescents from birth up to the age of 18. A pediatrician is a child's physician who provides not only medical care for children who are acutely or chronically ill but also preventive health services for healthy children. A pediatrician manages physical, mental, and emotional well-being of the children under their care at every stage of development, in both sickness and health. Pediatricians are physicians that provide care for infants, children, teenagers, and young adults. They specialize in diagnosing and treating problems specific to younger people. Most pediatricians treat common illnesses, minor injuries, and infectious diseases, and administer vaccinations. Aims of pediatrics The aims of the study of pediatrics is to reduce infant and child rate of deaths, control the spread of infectious disease, promote healthy lifestyles for a long disease-free life and help ease the problems of children and adolescents with chronic conditions. Pediatricians diagnose and treat several conditions among children including:
  • injuries
  • infections
  • genetic and congenital conditions
  • cancers
  • organ diseases and dysfunctions
Pediatrics is concerned not only about immediate management of the ill child but also long-term effects on quality of life, disability and survival. Pediatricians are involved with the prevention, early detection, and management of problems including:
  • developmental delays and disorders
  • behavioral problems
  • functional disabilities
  • social stresses
  • mental disorders including depression and anxiety disorders
What is this career like? Many pediatricians work long, irregular, and overnight hours. Pediatricians may travel between their offices and hospitals to care for their patients. While on call, they may need to address a patient’s concerns over the phone or make an emergency visit to a hospital or nursing home. Some of the things a pediatrician might do:
  • Take a patient’s medical history
  • Update charts and patient information to show current findings and treatments
  • Order tests for nurses or other healthcare staff to perform
  • Review test results to identify any abnormal findings
  • Recommend and design a plan of treatment
  • Address concerns or answer questions that patients have about their health and well-being
  • Help patients take care of their health by discussing topics such as proper nutrition and hygiene
What skills are needed?
  • Communication skills: Pediatricians need to be excellent communicators. They must communicate effectively with their patients and other healthcare support staff.
  • Compassion: Patients who are sick or injured may be in extreme pain or distress. Pediatricians must treat patients and their families with compassion and understanding.
  • Detail oriented: Patients must receive appropriate treatment and medications. Pediatricians must accurately monitor and record various pieces of information related to patient care.
  • Dexterity: Pediatricians may work with very precise and sometimes sharp tools, and mistakes can have serious consequences.
  • Leadership skills: Pediatricians who work in their own practice must manage a staff of other professionals.
  • Organizational skills: Good recordkeeping and other organizational skills are critical in both medical and business settings.
  • Patience: Pediatricians may work for long periods with patients who need special attention. Persons who fear medical treatment may require more patience.
  • Physical stamina: Pediatricians should be comfortable lifting or turn disabled patients or perform other physical tasks. Surgeons may spend a great deal of time bending over patients during surgery.
  • Problem-solving skills: Pediatricians need to evaluate patients’ symptoms and administer the appropriate treatments. They need to do this quickly if a patient’s life is threatened.
Pediatricians have diverse roles that may include prevention, screening, diagnosis and management of health conditions in young people. They may be involved with acute, chronic and preventative medical care, with an emphasis on the overall physical, emotional and mental health of all children. It is important for pediatricians to consider all aspects of the child’s health, including their overall wellbeing as they grow and develop. They can help to improve a number of health outcomes for young people, such as reducing mortality and infection, while also encouraging healthy lifestyle choices to maintain good health. Pediatricians have specific knowledge about the health and medical care of young people. As the bodies of children grow and develop into adulthood, they have certain needs, which are distinct from the needs of adults. For this reason, a pediatrician has a valuable role on the medical care team to advocate for the best health decisions for all children.
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Nursing

The objective of the Bachelor's Degree in Nursing at partner Universities in Georgia, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, Uzbekistan, and Poland is to train registered nurses to perform occupational duties working in close contact with the patient. Nurses must have both good interpersonal skills and be able to be involved in health care development. The Nursing Course focuses on an in-depth study of nursing theory, the practice of nursing, and the development of clinical skills. The Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing program at our partner Universities in Georgia, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, Uzbekistan, and Poland lasts for 3-3,5 years depending on the specialty and educational institution the student chooses. Studying processes and curriculums correspond to the Bologna Process standards and help in training future nursing specialists for professional practice in the broadly determined nursing discipline. The medium of instruction in all our partner Universities' Nursing Courses is English. Undergraduate Nursing programs give students the ability to gain the theoretical, practical, and personal knowledge and skills essential for meeting and taking care of people in need of nursing care. Students participate in simulation modules that replicate real-world scenarios and gain the needed for performing future professional duties practical skills and experience. A Bachelor’s degree in Nursing at our partner Universities in Georgia, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, Uzbekistan, and Poland provides students with all the basic nursing skills. The curriculum includes both theoretical and practical nursing aspects, covering the following areas: Health Promotion, Preventive Health Care, Health Education, and – most importantly – a broad scope of Treatment, Rehabilitation, and Nursing Procedures. A Bachelor’s degree in Nursing at our partner Universities in Georgia, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, Uzbekistan, and Poland includes studying the following subjects:
  • Biology;
  • Chemistry;
  • Communication;
  • Psychology;
  • History;
  • Political Science;
  • Mathematics;
  • Pathophysiology;
  • Microbiology for Health Professionals;
  • Patients Treatment;
  • Nursing Procedures; 
  • Nursing Fundamentals;
  • Gerontology;
  • Pharmacology;
  • Women and Infant Health;
  • Ethics in Nursing;
  • Community and Environmental Nursing.
The nursing curriculum integrates work experience in real clinical settings. Nursing faculties in our partner Universities in Georgia, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, Uzbekistan, and Poland have numerous cooperation agreements with hospitals and medical institutions in the cities where the universities are located. Therefore students have opportunities to take internships in the country and abroad under the supervision of prominent specialists in medicine and nursing, which assist them in the preparation for their future careers after graduation. Furthermore, students will develop context-specific nursing skills applicable in a variety of circumstances, including the following career paths:
  • Medical Nursing;
  • Surgical Nursing;
  • Psychiatric Nursing;
  • Nursing for Women and Children;
  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA); 
  • Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) and Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN);
  • Registered Nurse (RN);
  • Surgical Assistant Registered Nurse;
  • Home Care Registered Nurse;
  • Emergency Room Registered Nurse;
  • Labor and Delivery Nurse;
  • Clinical Nurse Supervisor;
  • Nurse Case Manager;
  • Cardiology Nurse;
  • Emergency Nurse.
University teaching staff during theoretical and practical classes uses specific modern teaching methods and equipment. Courses are taught in equipped laboratories where students have the ability to develop their skills in nursing procedures under simulated conditions. These skills are carried over into real-world situations during internships in various healthcare settings in fields including Primary Health Care, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Psychiatry, Intensive Care, Rehabilitation, Neurology, Geriatrics, or Palliative Care The study of a Nursing Course means training young medical professionals to care for people and to assist them in gaining or regaining health and quality of life. Nurses are responsible for ensuring the proper implementation of medical orders and providing patients with the care they need.  The evaluation methods in our partner University studying programs may include: 
  • For theoretical courses: written exams, offering exercises in written reports or lecturing, oral exams, and computer interactive exams;
  • Practical and clinical courses: observation of the clinical performance of the students during the program, objective structured clinical examination (OSCE), objective structured lab. 
In case of successfully pass final examinations, the graduates are given the Bachelor's Degree in Nursing. The curriculum provides for further postgraduate education. The awarded degree is a Bachelor of Nursing Science. Students who obtained Bachelor’s Degrees in Nursing are dealing with everything from training and supervising new nurses and students to acting as team leaders and delegating work. Nurses have the responsibility to maintain high-quality nursing care for all by adhering to their code of ethics, standards, and competencies. Nursing Science involves a combination of concentrations covering Nursing Theory, Social Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Technology. For nurses is necessary to consider the psychological, intellectual, social, emotional, and physical needs of patients. They also require great communication skills as they discuss sensitive issues with patients and their relatives daily.
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International Relations

About the Course

  Are you interested in learning about different cultures and people around the world? Would you like to study, live, or work abroad someday? Do you wonder why some countries are wealthy, while others are poor and some places are war-torn while others are peaceful? Would you like to understand how different regional civilizations have evolved and how these characteristics continue to affect people today? If you answered yes to any of these questions, International Relations may be the major for you. The course of International Relations is a unique course of study because it combines classes from three different departments – economics, history, and political science to create a coherent curriculum that allows students to develop their understanding of both different areas of the world (“area studies”) and the nature of interactions between people, groups, nation-states, and international organizations (“globalization”). International relations students have many different strengths. Some have a flair for foreign languages, others are fascinated by particular regions of the world and still another set of students may have a long-standing interest in an aspect of global affairs. Some students are attracted to the major because it allows them to combine courses from multiple departments, allowing them to study world regions or phenomena (like conflict, revolution, economic development, or human rights) from different disciplinary perspectives. International Relations is the study of the relations of states with each other and with international organizations and certain subnational entities — for example, bureaucracies, political parties, and interest groups. Viewpoints from other academic disciplines are often taught, including political science, geography, history, economics, law, sociology, psychology, and philosophy.

Course Curriculum

  Our world could do with a little more love and care right now. From war to poverty, deforestation to epidemics, we are living in demanding times and facing detrimental challenges. The world needs individuals who have great ambition and want to make a positive impact. Studying international relations is a great way to gain a deeper understanding of global issues. It’s an intriguing and important subject that places great emphasis on economics, culture, education, and political science and examines the impact they have on society. You’ll also learn how and why nations, governments, and individuals respond accordingly to such issues. International Relations introduce you to the world of politics and the social-historical impact of global development. You will learn about the different political systems and governing policies around the world, understanding how they connect with a broad range of international issues, such as human rights, global poverty, climate change, global ethics, etc. During a Bachelor’s in International Relations, you can expect to take classes on Economics, Politics, Government, Explaining Society, Public Policy, Business Behaviors, Global Conflicts, Global Security, Environmental Sustainability, etc. You won’t study all these subjects, but most undergraduate programs combine them in various ways and have a different approach based on their curriculum and academic objectives. There are other titles used to refer to International Relations (IR), such as International Studies, Global Studies, International Affairs, or Global Affairs. Because International Relations is a relatively new discipline, the academic approach, curriculums, and courses can vary significantly from one university to another.

Why Study International Relations?

 

Address Contemporary Global Issues

We live in a world where the overall living standard is higher than it has ever been. Yet, humanity is facing numerous problems and challenges despite our constant technological advancement and discoveries. Think in terms of poverty, hunger, inequality, environmental concerns, human trafficking, human rights, and so on. Whether you will help to implement a new public policy or collaborate with other people to implement welfare projects and events, you will improve people’s lives, change their environment and reduce the suffering and injustice which are present in the world. It’s a massive task, extremely challenging and demanding; but at the end of most of your days, you’ll feel fulfilled and proud of your work.

Develop Key Transferable Skills

The skills you’ll develop while studying International Relations can be applied in many other areas and industries. Even if you have a change of heart and decide that you no longer want to work in the International Relations field, your abilities will help you succeed in any other career. Here are some of the most important skills you’ll develop and improve as an International Relations student:
  • Public speaking, verbal & written communication
  • Gather, organize, and analyze data to gain insights
  • Cooperate with people who have different personalities, jobs, and goals
  • Evaluate ideas, concepts, and proposals and offer constructive feedback
  • Find solutions considering different cultures, interests, and mentalities
  • Handle conflicts, find common ground, and reach mutual agreements

Enjoy a Table and Lucrative Career

International Relations jobs are in high demand. This is not surprising, considering the ongoing development of the globalization process and how companies cooperate across borders and try to expand in new markets and countries.
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International Economics

About the Course 

   Economics, at its very heart, is the study of people. It seeks to explain what drives human behavior, decisions, and reactions when faced with difficulties or successes. Economics is a discipline that combines politics, sociology, psychology, and history. When you study economics, you gain a toolkit of skills, approaches, and ways of thinking that you can apply to a wide range of problems. Economics is one of the central disciplines underpinning the study of business and management and public policy. An economics degree gives you a high level of mathematical and statistical skills and the ability to apply economic principles and models to problems in business, finance, and the public sector. More broadly, economic concepts can be applied to understand the logic of complicated data, to see how things relate to each other, and to see the broader context.

Some of the Specific Skills you Develop Include:

  • Communication – presenting ideas in a well-defined framework supported by evidence that uses complex data.
  • Numeracy – handling complex data and techniques of mathematical and statistical analysis.
  • Problem-solving.
  • Analytical skills.

Importance of Studying International Economics for Future Career 

  Some careers use specific knowledge of economics, for example, banks, insurance, accountancy firms, businesses, and in government. These jobs may involve identifying financial risks or making decisions about where a company or a government should invest its resources in the future, or even how to design a bidding platform for eBay. There are also roles for economists in think tanks and consultancies that advise governments and companies on public policy, such as how to deal with the Greek debt crisis. More broadly, an economics degree helps prepare you for careers that require numerical, analytical, and problem-solving skills – for example in business planning, marketing, research, and management. Economics helps you to think strategically and make decisions to optimize the outcome. Especially in demand are people who have studied Economics and Finance as they are particularly well-prepared for jobs in banking and the financial sector, such as in accountancy firms. The well-developed methodologies used in economics have helped the subject expand into providing tools for other disciplines, such as politics, law, health, education, management, and many others. Some worry that by using the approaches of economics, the assumption is being made that people are rational in the way they behave. To counter this, economists are bringing in insights from behavioral science, psychology, and neuroscience.

Economics - Definition, Explanation, Types.

  The definition of economics is the study of how goods and services are produced, distributed, and consumed. In short, economics is the study of supply and demand. It is the theory of how markets work and wealth is distributed including how scarce resources are allocated. Economics is not just how the stock market is doing. Rather, economics refers to how people, businesses, and countries choose to spend their money. This can be viewed in both a macroeconomics and microeconomics sense. The economic theory seeks to explain the production and consumption of goods. Economics is widely studied around the world as researchers seek to better understand the impact of certain policies on the economy. For example, this can include studying the effect of gas prices going up, the effect of people incurring larger debt, the effect of government healthcare programs, and more. One of the most famous economic theories is a Keynesian economic theory named after John Keynes who suggested that government monetary and fiscal policy could stimulate business and increase employment. Types of economics include
  • Macroeconomics refers to the study of the overall economy from a wide point of view, for example, how an industry is doing, a country’s gross domestic product output, gas prices, national debt, and more. Microeconomics refers to economics on a smaller scale, such as how a family decides to spend its money or how a business establishes prices.
  • Managerial economics seeks to help business managers make logical decisions. It is the allocation of scarce resources in ways that best help a business succeed, for example, what goods and services should be produced and at what cost, or what markets should a firm enter or exit.
  • International economics is the study of how goods and services move across borders such as how tariffs affect trade, how exchange rates influence the movement of goods, or how to trade quotas affect a market.
  • Monetary economics is the framework for studying how institutions affect employment, commodity prices, interest rates, wages, production, and more.
  • Behavioral economics is the study of how psychology affects economic decision-making. Economic theory states that humans will make rational decisions whereas behavioral economics seeks to understand why humans make decisions that are not economically rational.
  • Applied economics refers to applying economic theories to real-world scenarios to help predict outcomes.
 Why Study International Economics Taking a course in economics can help you understand a wide range of topics that drive economic policy and financial decision-making. Learn about the principles of economics including both macroeconomics and microeconomics. Study theories of economic growth, economic policy, economic development, socioeconomic policy, risk management, debt sustainability, pricing models, and more. There is no doubt that to be a great economist, one has to be able to master the methods used in the profession, and have good maths and statistical skills to do this. You also need to be interested in the world around you from history to politics, to international affairs and consumer behavior in your country and worldwide, as these all impact how individuals, companies, and government.
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Business

Business and Economics Degrees and Career Prospects

  A Business Degree, such as an MBA or a Master’s in Management will cover all aspects related to conducting business. It includes managing and motivating the business team, understanding the way the company makes money and how to reinvest it, how products are advertised, and helping the company grow and develop business both at home and internationally. Graduates of Business and Management specialties in our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia have a huge amount of career opportunities and overseas internships after graduation and can choose any career path they wish, but the most popular are:
  • Management Trainee
  • Financial Management Consultant
  • Operations Analyst
  • Junior Portfolio Manager
  • Junior Economist
  • Underwriter Trainee
  • Economic Research Assistant
  • Purchasing Associate
  • Sales Representative
  • Market Research Analyst
  • Financial Advisor/Analyst
  • Audit Consultant
  • Client Associate
  • Securities Broker
  • Public Administration Assistant
  • Financial Planner
  • Investment Analyst
  • Investment Operations Associate

A Degree in Business Administration and Career Prospects

Business Administration is a branch of Business and Management that will teach you how to lead a company or business venture, keep track of performance and make crucial decisions that will result in developing a better and more profitable business. A Business Administration program in our partner Universities offers many benefits and development potential, but will also demand a lot from you. Universities are looking for determined, motivated students who will become the entrepreneurs of tomorrow. A Master in Business Administration (M.B.A.) is the perfect degree for people who either consider themselves or aspire to become natural leaders. Business students will learn how to manage a company or small business more intelligently and efficiently. Business Administration programs are also suited for students who already have work experience in a business-related or management field for 5-10 years, and are interested in taking their knowledge up a notch. Online M.B.A.s are also popular and rewarding study options for international students who can’t afford to go abroad or have any other circumstances to choose online studies. As a graduate of a Bachelor’s or Master’s in Business Administration (B.B.A. or M.B.A.) in Ukraine, your job offers will be varied and quite impressive, allowing you to become a business owner, risk management consultant, financial planner, purchasing agent, research analyst, marketing representative, quality assurance specialist, office manager.

A Degree in Economics and Business Administration

The study of Economics examines the production, allocation, and consumption of resources, how markets function, and consumer behavior. A Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Business Administration is a 4-year Undergraduate degree that is one of the most demanded specialties among students worldwide. Students of Economic specialties at our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia will examine economics on macro and micro scales, so students interested in the consumption behavior of households or the global market will gain a fundamental understanding of economics principles and systems. Bachelor`s of Economics focuses on topics such as International Trade and Finance, Economics and Public Policy, Natural Resources, the environment, and research in economics and management sciences. Graduates of Undergraduate Economics programs at our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia can go on to entry-level positions in educational institutions, financial institutions, international organizations, private sector corporations, or government, to name a few options. A Master’s in Economics goes deeper into the study process; studying processes allows every student to choose a specialization and develop oneself in the chosen field of Economics on a higher level. Master’s in Economics degree from our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia allow its graduates to experience the importance of the financial flow and critically analyze a growing financial market. Modern technologies made a great impact on economic world development, therefore students of Master in Economics programs focus on modern theories of finance, quantitative analysis skills, and how economists can apply these in real-life situations. A higher degree in Economics from our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia will not only allow you to work for world-famous corporations but also as a government adviser or as a consultant in the public sector.

Management Degrees

 

Project Management and Career Prospects

Project Management is an essential aspect of conducting business. People who study this specialty for Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees in our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia will learn how to be responsible for projects and strategies within an organization. Studying Project Management will teach you to meet deadlines, manage budgets and achieve the objectives set by the company. Students who graduate with degrees in Project Management from our partner Universities in European and Asian countries find job opportunities such:
  • Project Coordinators;
  • Project Analysts;
  • Industrial Production Managers;
  • Administrative Managers;
  • Quality Experts;
  • Project Assistants;
  • Project Administrators;
  • Administrative Assistant;
  • Marketing Coordinator;
  • Customer Service Manager;
  • Project coordinator;
  • Event manager;
  • Training Coordinator.

Retail management and Career Prospects

Retail management is a subdiscipline of the general field of Management that deals with overseeing the distribution and selling of products directly to consumers, in specific vending points such as shops, chain stores, markets, and malls. Retail managers are in charge of everyday operations within a retail store or department. They make a plan of promoting merchandise, organize employees, handle customer service, and supervise inventories. Retail managers also have to understand client profiles and empathize with their needs to adjust product supply and anticipate demand, to increase profits. Management graduates in European and Asian countries have a wide range of career opportunities and overseas internships and can work as managers of hotels, catering, food and beverages companies, travel agencies, and franchise chains among many others. Examples of professional positions include purchasing manager, logistics and distribution manager, personnel manager, merchandise planner, store director, or division merchandising manager.

Risk Management and Career Prospects

Risk Management is the business discipline that deals with anticipating, evaluating, and addressing possible consequences of strategic actions within an organization. Risk managers are financial experts that have the necessary knowledge, skills, and experience to identify and evaluate risk factors, and implement strategic plans to prevent or minimize losses. They are required to protect an organization’s assets and incomes, employees, reputation, and shareholders. Career prospects in European and Asian countries include titles such as financial business risk analyst, risk manager, director of corporate risk management, market risk quantitative analyst, etc. Typically, graduates in risk management are already young professionals working in small or large national companies, corporations, banks, audit firms, insurance companies, financial consultancy agencies, or governmental agencies.

Strategic Management and Career Prospects

Strategic Management is a business sub-discipline concerned with the coordination of material and human resources within an organization, to achieve long-term business goals. Strategic managers hold front roles in the process of decision-making and deal with specialized operations such as setting company objectives, evaluating the means of attaining them, formulating and implementing plans, or anticipating outcomes. Career prospects for graduates in Strategy Management include administrator, organizational manager, marketing manager, business consultant, planning specialist, brand manager, corporate service manager, development manager, or executive assistant.

Technology Management and Career Prospects

Technology Management deals with the design, development, operation, and use of technological products and services to help increase efficiency and deliver value to an organization. Technology management is closely related to other disciplines such as business intelligence and analytics, IT, user experience design, innovation management, and strategic management. Career prospects for graduates in European and Asian countries include job titles such as IT analyst, network administrator, business information manager, IT director, e-business developer, and others. Professionals operate in various areas including network technology, internet services, cyber security, system development, technical sales, or IT consulting.

Transport Management and Career Prospects

Transport Management also referred to as transportation and logistics management studies the processes involved in the planning and coordination of delivering persons or goods from one place to another. Transportation managers are responsible for the complete reception and effective shipment of cargo for a trading company. They also deal with the safe and reliable transportation of passengers, as well as developing shipment relationships and partnerships. Graduates of a Masters’s program in Transportation Management typically work in international trading and commerce, in passenger transport companies on road, rail, air, or sea. They also operate in the construction industry, national or local administration, travel agencies, supermarket chains, manufacturing companies, and many more. Some clients prefer outsourcing logistics to experts, so transportation managers can also practice in special consultancy firms.

Master in Management (MiM) Degrees

  Master in Management, or MiM, is a Postgraduate academic degree that provides obtaining general management and organization knowledge and skills. Recently, the Master in Management has developed as an affordable alternative to the Master of Business Administration (MBA), for graduates from diverse disciplinary backgrounds with little or no professional business experience who wish to transition towards a management career. Graduates of Management Masters from our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia benefit from extensive career choices in many fields and industries such as Marketing, Accounting and Finance, Human Resources, Healthcare, Supply Chain Management, Consultancy, Public Administration and others. They may work as Marketing Managers, Account Managers, Financial Analysts, Budget Strategists, Business Consultants, Investment Brokers, and more.

Other Specialties

 

Entrepreneurship and Career Prospects

Entrepreneurship can be defined as a business-related area where leaders of organizations are not afraid to take risks and tackle innovative solutions to boost their business performance and ensure the highest income. Good entrepreneurs use their creativity and apply strategic thinking to create effective business plans. Career prospects for graduates in Entrepreneurship in European and Asian countries are business managers and administrators for different departments in various companies or organizations, business or financial consultants, research developers, management analysts, franchise owners, project managers, and more.

Finance and Career Prospects

Finance is a subject that analyses and interprets financial markets, economic trends, banking, assets, and liabilities, as well as investments. People who work in Finance can analyze data and then make long-term financial planning, offering recommendations based on their findings. The aim is to help governments, companies, and people make better financial decisions. Students who graduate with degrees in Finance from our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia pursue careers such as financial analyst, commercial or investment banker, stock, insurance or real estate broker, economist, tax adviser, financial manager, and others.

Marketing and Career Prospects

Marketing refers to activities a company undertakes to promote the buying or selling of a product or service. Marketing includes advertising, selling, and delivering products to consumers or other businesses. Effective Marketing strategies address the right people and turn them into loyal customers who will return for future services and who will recommend your services. Graduates from Marketing Courses from our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia have a wide range of career opportunities and overseas internships as Market Researchers, Advertising Account Executives, Media Planners, Public Relations Officers, Social Media Managers, and many others.

Management, Organizational Leadership, and Career Prospects

Management, Organizational, and Leadership studies comprise the knowledge necessary for planning, organizing, and supervising the resources of an organization. The Manager of an Enterprise focuses on maintaining the business competitive and meeting the goals and objectives settled by the strategic plan while employing both human and material resources. Graduates in Management, Organization, and Leadership from our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia can build their careers in any area or industry that implies following a business plan. These areas include Retail, Construction, Hospitality, Tourism, IT, Supply Chain, Logistics, Manufacturing, Or Public Administration. After graduating, young specialists in Management could be part of the sales staff as Assistant Accountants or even Area Sales Managers. By mid-level, they should have positions like Sales and Marketing Manager or Operations Manager. Finally, advanced professionals become part of the Board of Directors, General Managers, or Chief Executive Officers (CEO).

Accounting and Career Prospects

Accounting is the process of communicating financial information about a business entity to relevant users or entities such as potential shareholders, creditors (including banks or vendors), financial analysts, economists, and government agencies. Accounting can be divided into two major fields: management accounting and financial accounting. Management accounting concentrates on reporting to people inside the business entity and provides information to employees, managers, owner-managers, and auditors. Accounting graduates in European and Asian countries choose from career options such as Accountant, Payroll Clerk, Economist, Tax Adviser, Management Consultant, Retail Banker, Auditor, Treasury Analyst, Cost Estimator, Anti-Money Laundering Specialist, and Chief Financial Officer.

Public Administration and Career Prospects

Public Administration is concerned with the implementation of governmental policy that serves the wide population, carrying political activity and decisions into action, and developing public programs for the well-being of society and the citizens. The aims of public administration are linked to democratic values like equality, security, and justice. Graduates with a Public Administration Degree from our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia can follow careers as Charity Officers, Civil Service Administrators, Local Government Officers, Social Researchers, Education Or Healthcare Administrators, Public Affairs/Administration Consultant, Urban Planner, Budget Analyst, Labor Relation Specialist.

Human Resource Management and Career Prospects

Human Resource Management is a subdiscipline of Business and Management studies. Human Resource Management is an essential part of any business and deals with recruiting the right people for the right positions, as well as managing and offering guidance for employees during their stay in a company. Students who graduate with degrees in Human Resource Management from our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia can engage in the following careers: Human Resource Officer, Office Manager, Occupational Psychologist, Career Adviser, Recruitment Consultant, Training and Development Officer, and others.

Supply Chain Management and Logistics and Career Prospects

Supply Chain Management and Logistics is a subject that deals with sourcing raw materials and components required by companies to manufacture their products. People who work in Logistics focus on improving the overall performance of the supply chain, to ensure the fastest possible delivery. A Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Supply Chain Management and Logistics from our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia will allow you to choose from a wide range of careers paths as a Project Manager, Industry Analyst, Global Logistics Manager, Transportation Director, Supply Chain Consultant, and others.

Agribusiness and Career Prospects

Agribusiness is a sub-field of business, management, and organization studies that deals with making a profit from agriculture and corporate farming. Agribusiness includes the production, processing, and inventory of agricultural goods. It involves the management of agronomic equipment and technologies, raw materials, suppliers, workforce, and other resources involved in agriculture. Graduates in Agribusiness from our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia can work in a diverse range of industries and positions from Accounting, Insurance, and Banking, to Managing Seed Production, Farm Management, International Marketing or Retail Sales. Professionals can practice in product development corporations, retail marketing firms, food processing companies, consultancy agencies, and public, governmental, or financial institutions.

Auditing and Career Prospects

Auditing refers to the process of examining financial reports and documents of an organization by a third party, independent of that organization. Ukrainian universities usually offer Postgraduate-level courses in Auditing, such as certificates, concentrations, training programs, or degrees. Auditors generally have a Degree in Accounting or Finance, and sometimes they have years of professional economical experience. Internal auditors with Degrees from Asian and European Universities typically work in the private sector, independently, or as members of an accounting team. Their services are employed by trading companies, professional firms outsourced by client companies, corporations, charity organizations, and others. External auditors usually work for governmental bodies or as associates of certified accounting offices.

Business Intelligence and Analytics and Career Prospects

Business Intelligence and Analytics is a discipline that uses digital tools and strategies to analyze business data. The gathered information is used to improve business operations, make future predictions, and adapt strategies to fit observed trends. Business Intelligence and Analytics graduates from our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia have successful careers as system analysts, senior stats analysts, program developers, business operation consultants, business intelligence managers, and others.

Commerce and Career Prospects

Commerce is a sub-field of business and economics that comprises all the activities that lead to the exchange of goods and services from producers to clients. It deals with buying, selling, and investing, the distribution of products, covering market demand, and creating new business opportunities, among others. E-commerce is a branch of commerce that has rapidly evolved over the years, which implies the acquisition and sale of products via the internet. Graduates in Commerce from our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia can easily find positions in corporations, small businesses, non-profit organizations, banks, outsourcing, insuring, audit and consulting firms, in governmental agencies or the E-commerce industry because trading is an essential day-to-day activity.

Corporate Communication and Career Prospects

Corporate Communication deals with the exchange of business information within and outside an organization. Corporate Communication involves mostly preserving a coherent corporate identity and promoting a positive brand icon. Graduates of Corporate Communication Courses from our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia will be prepared to work as communications specialists in business, industry, public administration, and non-profit organizations. Career prospects include various positions such as Business Spokesman, Marketing Specialist, Technical Copywriter, Public Speaking Trainer, Publicity Manager, Campaign Director, or Media Planner.

Corporate Social Responsibility and Career Prospects

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) deals with the impact of organizational activities on society and the environment. Socially responsible enterprises offer donations and support charitable activities, and social actions, as well as degrees related to environmental studies. Graduates of CSR at our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia practice in different work environments from non-profit organizations, to corporations to governmental bodies or consultancy firms. Career prospects include strategic communicator, sustainability consultant, environmental and social risk manager, sustainability commercial director, corporate governance manager, senior ecologist, etc. Executive MBA, or EMBA, is a Graduate Academic Degree in Business Administration designed especially for working business professionals and senior executives. EMBA graduates in European and Asian countries pursue a wide range of advanced management careers in public and private organizations heads of company departments, senior decision makers, or CEOs.

Forensic Accounting and Career Prospects

Forensic Accounting or Forensic Accountancy is an interdisciplinary field that involves the use of specific accounting procedures to investigate financial statements or irregularities. Forensic accountants analyze business reports and financial evidence, and their findings can be used in legal proceedings. Graduates in Forensic Accountancy in European and Asian countries can develop careers within insurance companies, accounting and law firms, banks, police forces, government bodies, law enforcement agencies, and other organizations.

Innovation Management and Career Prospects

Innovation Management is a subdiscipline in the general field of management that implies creating, planning, and supervising new organizational trends, to support business growth. It deals with discovering new niches, imagining new services and technologies, testing breakthrough corporate practices, establishing brand extensions, and foreseeing market trends. Innovation managers in European and Asian countries typically have strategic positions in corporations, IT firms, governmental agencies, and financial institutions. They may also practice in the Investment-Banking field or may choose consultancy positions, as well as careers in research or academia.

International Business and Career Prospects

International Business is a great study choice in the increasingly connected modern world. By completing a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in International Business, you’ll discover the processes behind the commercial exchange of goods and services and learn how international markets work. With a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in International Business from our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia, you can become a Business Development Manager, Data Scientist, Financial Trader, Sales Executive, Supply Chain Manager, and others.

Taxation and Career Prospects

Taxation refers to the practice of collecting money from citizens and trading companies by government institutions, to finance public institutions, goods, and services. Tax professionals can help organizations take important business decisions, by providing financial counseling and guidance. Graduates in Taxation from European and Asian Universities can work as Tax Advisors and Analysts, Investigators, Auditors, tax partners in Accounting and Law Firms, Revenue Managers, Policy Makers, and Tax Inspectors, among others. Professionals can work in accountancy and law firms, investment, insurance agencies, software companies, the public sector, or charities.
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Economics

About the Course

  Economics, at its very heart, is the study of people. It seeks to explain what drives human behavior, decisions, and reactions when faced with difficulties or successes. Economics is a discipline that combines politics, sociology, psychology, and history.  When you study economics, you gain a toolkit of skills, approaches, and ways of thinking that you can apply to a wide range of problems. Economics is one of the central disciplines underpinning the study of business and management and public policy.

Skills you Acquire

  An economics degree gives you a high level of mathematical and statistical skills and the ability to apply economic principles and models to problems in business, finance, and the public sector. More broadly, economic concepts can be applied to understand the logic of complicated data, to see how things relate to each other, and to see the broader context. Some of the specific skills you develop include:
  • Communication – presenting ideas in a well-defined framework and supported by evidence that uses complex data.
  • Numeracy – handling complex data and techniques of mathematical and statistical analysis.
  • Problem-solving.
  • Analytical skills.

Importance of Studying International Economics for Future Career

  Some careers use specific knowledge of economics, for example, banks, insurance, accountancy firms, businesses, and in government. These jobs may involve identifying financial risks or making decisions about where a company or a government should invest its resources in the future, or even how to design a bidding platform for eBay. There are also roles for economists in think tanks and consultancies that advise governments and companies on public policy, such as how to deal with the Greek debt crisis. More broadly, an economics degree helps prepare you for careers that require numerical, analytical, and problem-solving skills – for example in business planning, marketing, research, and management. Economics helps you to think strategically and make decisions to optimize the outcome. Especially in demand are people who have studied Economics and Finance as they are particularly well-prepared for jobs in banking and the financial sector, such as in accountancy firms. The well-developed methodologies used in economics have helped the subject expand into providing tools for other disciplines, such as politics, law, health, education, management, and many others. Some worry that by using the approaches of economics, the assumption is being made that people are rational in the way they behave. To counter this, economists are bringing in insights from behavioral science, psychology, and neuroscience.

Economics - Definition, Explanation, Types

  The definition of economics is the study of how goods and services are produced, distributed, and consumed. In short, economics is the study of supply and demand. It is the theory of how markets work and wealth is distributed including how scarce resources are allocated. Economics is not just how the stock market is doing. Rather, economics refers to how people, businesses, and countries choose to spend their money. This can be viewed in both a macroeconomics and microeconomics sense. Macroeconomics refers to the study of the overall economy from a wide point of view, for example, how an industry is doing, a country’s gross domestic product output, gas prices, national debt, and more. Microeconomics refers to economics on a smaller scale, such as how a family decides to spend its money or how a business establishes prices. The economic theory seeks to explain the production and consumption of goods. Economics is widely studied around the world as researchers seek to better understand the impact of certain policies on the economy. For example, this can include studying the effect of gas prices going up, the effect of people incurring larger debt, the effect of government healthcare programs, and more. One of the most famous economic theories is a Keynesian economic theory named after John Keynes who suggested that government monetary and fiscal policy could stimulate business and increase employment. Types of Economics:
  • Managerial economics seeks to help business managers make logical decisions. It is the allocation of scarce resources in ways that best help a business succeed, for example, what goods and services should be produced and at what cost, or what markets should a firm enter or exit.
  • International Economics is the study of how goods and services move across borders such as how tariffs affect trade, how exchange rates influence the movement of goods, or how to trade quotas affect a market.
  • Monetary economics is the framework for studying how institutions affect employment, commodity prices, interest rates, wages, production, and more.
  •  Behavioral economics is the study of how psychology affects economic decision-making. Economic theory states that humans will make rational decisions whereas behavioral economics seeks to understand why humans make decisions that are not economically rational.
  • Applied economics refers to applying economic theories to real-world scenarios to help predict outcomes.

Why Study Economics

  Taking a course in economics can help you understand a wide range of topics that drive economic policy and financial decision-making. Learn about the principles of economics including both macroeconomics and microeconomics. Study theories of economic growth, economic policy, economic development, socioeconomic policy, risk management, debt sustainability, pricing models, and more. There is no doubt that to be a great economist, one has to be able to master the methods used in the profession, and have good maths and statistical skills to do this. You also need to be interested in the world around you from history to politics, to international affairs and consumer behavior in your country and worldwide, as these all impact on how individuals, companies, and governments behave and make decisions.
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Marketing

Marketing refers to activities a company undertakes to promote the buying or selling of a product, service, or good. It is one of the primary components of business management and commerce. Marketers can direct their products to other businesses (B2B marketing) or directly to consumers (B2C marketing). Regardless of who is being marketed to, several factors apply, including the perspective the marketers will use. Known as market orientations, they determine how marketers will approach the planning stage of marketing. The marketing mix, which outlines the specifics of the product and how it will be sold, is affected by the environment surrounding the product, the results of marketing research and market research, and the characteristics of the product’s target market. Once these factors are determined, marketers must then decide what methods will be used to promote the product, including the use of coupons and other price inducements. The term marketing, which is commonly known as attracting customers, incorporates knowledge gained by studying the management of exchange relationships and is the business process of identifying, anticipating, and satisfying customers’ needs and wants. Marketing is the activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society at large. Today, a marketing career is one of the most promising and fastest-growing careers, among others. Most fresh graduates are more likely to choose a marketing career now than in the last years. In addition to that, marketing management positions are the most sought-after jobs with good reason.

Why Choose Marketing as a Career

  Ever wonder why most choose marketing as a career? Marketing is today’s number one job that will make you flourish in your chosen marketing field. It will always spark your innovative and creative side. Marketing is all about recognizing the consumer’s demand for the product or services. Ideally, marketers create effective strategies wherein consumers can buy these products and services to gain profit. Though having a can be a very challenging one –  the long working hours, beating deadlines, and most of all, this type of job requires a lot of traveling. Despite the challenges of this career, it surely compensates well and rewards merit and performance. That is why many individuals want to dive into this career path, no ifs, and buts.  Marketing has evolved seismically over the years. It attracts creative and self-driven individuals. Do advertising and public relations interest you? Are you a creative person and loves analytics too? For sure, the marketing industry has a lot of excellent job opportunities in store for you. Welcome to the world of marketing. One of the reasons why marketing is enticing people is because it linked marketing to the most influential and most prominent brands in the industry. Those who work in the marketing area examine consumers’ habits and then create products according to their needs. If you think this type of career suits you, then here are some of the following reasons why choose marketing as a career.

Long-Term Opportunities

We cannot deny that marketing is related to long-term job opportunities. In comparison to some short-time and boring jobs, marketing always has something to offer you. That is why working in marketing could make you feel more motivated, and you could also enjoy many projects that you like. This century is the time of online stuff, and you will always have to offer your skills to the market. In this way, you should not worry about the chances of success. If you are the right person, everyone will turn to you for help, and your job will be on a long-term basis.

Diversity

Marketing is a very creative profession, as it includes a bunch of different things. We can only mention some of them as social media, advertising, blogs, emails, branding, affiliate marketing, and much more. In this set of possibilities, you should think up the best strategies for the business. Your creativity will be at the highest level, and your brain will be more active in solving complex tasks. In education, you should pay attention to the new programs and learn about marketing automation software. It will help you make your job more efficient.

Expansion of Social Connections

Marketing requires the audience in front of you. For this profession, you have to be communicative, dedicated, and entirely devoted to the daily challenges you have. Invent strategies for convincing the customers to buy the product, predict customer behavior on some occasions, and be impeccable in the marketing process. Attract a regular audience and always look at how to engage others. Marketing is all about people, and this should be the first place of your priorities.

Fast Growth

Marketing provides good opportunities for the progression of your career. If you have the right skills and the initiative, for sure, there are many options for you to choose from. There are two main areas for marketers to explore, the client side and the agency side. When you engage on the client side, you are expected to work with a company’s marketing department, non-profit organizations, and even the public sector department. Most people start as marketing assistants and then progress to marketing coordinators and become marketing designers or managers. The only thing you need is to be more engaged in daily tasks, to be diligent, and success will be on your way. If you decide to work on the agency side, your work provides advertising and marketing content to other businesses. There are also multiple opportunities in this area as well, such as market research, account management roles, public relations, and more.

Innovation

The final reason you should consider marketing as your future career booster has to do with innovation. This century is a period of change. We have to adapt to it continuously.  Do your research on the market, be flexible about new requirements in your business, and see how things change for the better. Marketing boosts innovation; it helps us think outside the line and create new approaches to different problems. It makes a difference in the business world, the possibility to adapt and perform with innovation. That is why marketing as a career will bring many positive things into your life.
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Post-Graduate Courses

Our partner state Medical Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia are widely recognized and accredited by international organizations. Within our partner Universities in European and Asian countries, there are numerous medical research centers and scientific laboratories. A large number of outstanding Scientists, Professors, and Academicians have acquired their knowledge and served in prominent higher educational institutions in Europe and Asia. They have made a huge contribution to world medicine and share their knowledge and experience with young students.

PG in Medicine/Clinical Residency

  Postgraduate Medicine’s mission in our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia is to provide relevant, useful, and authoritative medical information to help physicians solve clinical problems and improve patient care. With contributions from leading physicians and researchers from around the world, over 100 medical disciplines on Postgraduate or Clinical Residency programs are provided in our partner and world-recognized European and Asian Universities. Duration of Postgraduate or Clinical Residency programs is 3-4 years Duration of your studies depends on the country, educational institution, and studying program you will choose. Our Admission managers are ready to assist you with all issues concerning your studying and living. The medium of instruction in our partner Universities in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia is English. Therefore international students won't have any problems with the language barrier and studying process.
Find out more about Ukrainian Post-Graduate Courses

Important Information

  To receive nostrification of a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree, all undergraduates are required to complete a one-year preparatory department before beginning their main course.

SOME MAIN FIELDS OF POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS ARE PROVIDED BELOW:

  • Anaesthesiology;
  • Childhood Gynaecology;
  • Dermatology and Venereology;
  • Epidemiology;
  • General Hygiene;
  • Hygiene of Children and Teenagers;
  • Hygiene of Nutrition;
  • Infectious Diseases;
  • Medicine of urgent conditions;
  • Neurology;
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology;
  • Occupational Hygiene;
  • Ophthalmology;
  • Orthopaedic Dentistry;
  • Orthopaedics;
  • Pathological Anatomy;
  • Pediatrics;
  • Pediatric Dentistry;
  • Public Hygiene;
  • Pediatric Infectious Diseases;
  • Pediatric Surgery;
  • Psychiatry;
  • Radiation Hygiene;
  • Surgery;
  • Surgical Dentistry;
  • Therapeutic Dentistry;
  • Therapy;
  • Traumatology and Orthopaedics.
The main objectives of the postgraduate study are:
  • to pursue education;
  • to enhance their competencies for further certification.
The program is aimed at developing and strengthening the skills and expertise of specialists to acquire not only the latest medical knowledge but also new modern technologies of the future. The Medical Faculties of Postgraduate Medical Education at our partner Universities and Academies in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Latvia, and Georgia, along with teaching hospitals and other healthcare organizations in the countries mentioned below, will supply the essential physical and human resources to create a scientific environment appropriate for preparing medical graduates to acquire the knowledge, skills or experience that permit graduates to become qualified physicians or surgeons with the highest moral and ethical standards.

Ph.D. and Masters Programs in All Fields

  Students interested in pursuing their Master’s or Ph.D. studies can apply at any time throughout the year, instead of waiting for the main admission period in September. PG and Ph.D. programs have no time limits. Duration of:
  • Master’s program – 1,5-2 years
  • Ph.D. program – 3 years
Students are eligible to pursue their education at the Master’s or Ph.D. level in a variety of fields, including Administration, Agriculture, Arts and Culture, Aviation, Civil Engineering, Economics, Engineering, Management, Medicine, as well as many others. Depending on the course and student’s choice, education is provided in English medium of instruction.

Requirements:

  If you want to apply NOW: Please send us high-quality scanned copies of the following documents:
  • Filled Application Form (with a valid permanent or current postal address and telephone numbers);
  • International Passport, the page with picture and data on it (traveling document);
  • Educational Documents available (Certificate of O level/A level/SSCE/HSSCE/Bachelor/Master’s).
The Ph.D. program is held on the Campuses of the leading laboratories and research centers. Considering most all our partner Universities are members of the Bologna Convention, the Postgraduate Degree provided by Ukrainian, Russian, Polish, Uzbek, Latvian, and Georgian medical educational institutions are recognized in most European and Asian countries. Our students hold posts in the United States, the United Kingdom, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Africa, the Middle East, Saudi Arabia, Mauritius, and Seychelles.
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Management

Are you considering a degree in management? Are you wondering what you’ll be able to do with it after you graduate? You’ll be interested to know that management graduates are highly sought after by employers, and can work in almost any sector.

About the Course

  A management degree is a type of business with an emphasis on management. Business management is the art of supervising and controlling people and operations in business settings. The degree provides students with broad-based management education and helps develop business expertise across a wide range of subject areas. There are four different levels of education to pursue in the management field:
  • Associate’s Degree
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Master’s Degree
  • Doctorate
Many of our remarkable universities offer strong degree programs in nonprofit management, human resources management, and other related majors. Some of the most well-known universities specialize in business education, particularly those offering bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees in management.

Why Study Marketing

  The students will have a solid understanding of business, finance, economics, and marketing. They learn how to plan, direct, manage, and control business operations. This education is paired with internships, giving students a practical and well-rounded skillset they can take with them into any workplace. Graduates can continue their studies by pursuing master’s degrees in business management or business administration or other management specialization. Doctoral programs offer terminal degrees and are well suited for students interested in advanced professional positions or university teaching careers. A bachelor’s degree in management may also suffice for professional education, such as law school.

Skills You Acquire 

Every organization always strives to have people with management skills, in supervisory roles and other roles where managerial knowledge is required. Here is a list of some of the skills you will gain with a management degree:
  • Project and resource management;
  • How to interpret and use financial data;
  • Project management;
  • Planning;
  • Problem-solving;
  • An understanding of how organizations operate;
  • Logical, analytical, and critical thinking;
  • Presentation skills;
  • Supervisory abilities;
  • An understanding of economic fluctuations and other changes affecting business.

Career Prospects

There are many different career levels for management graduates. As an assistant manager, you collaborate with the rest of the management team to cover several responsibilities, including overseeing entry-level employees. A mid-level management position usually reports directly to executive management and directs a greater amount of personnel, including assistant managers. The highest levels are executive management, those who are charged with supervising all of the employees within a business. They are also responsible for supervising business operations and vendors. Many positions exist within these three levels, and job titles are usually related to a manager’s responsibility or concentration. Specialties include sales management, risk management, healthcare management, and operations management. Other examples would be a manager who oversees hiring and employment practices, known as a human resources manager; an accounting manager, responsible for financial operations; and a production manager who supervises the creation and assembly of products.
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Banking and Finance

About the Course

  Banking and Finance is a specialist degree program. It teaches the theory you need and gives a practical real-world understanding of the financial services industry and financial markets. You can study this degree program over three years or four, depending on whether you want to include a one-year industry placement. Banking and Finance is the study, acquisition, and management of money and investments. The field includes banking, credit, debt, and capital markets activities, which are all driven by economic principles and practices.

Why Study Banking and Finance

  Banking and Finance explore the dynamic, fast-paced world of money, shares, credit, and investments.  Finance is an essential part of our economy as it provides liquidity in terms of money or assets required for individuals and businesses to invest in the future. When you choose to major in Banking and Finance you will explore the systemized movement and management of money. In firms, the finance function ensures that activities are funded with equity or debt and the firms can choose a value-enhancing project and manage cash flows, risk, and liquidity in the interest of their stakeholders. Financial markets are very important and understanding the pricing of assets and derivative securities is vital. Financial intermediaries such as banks are key players in these financial markets. Banking is also a global industry with banks operating and thousands of institutions and investment houses across the world dealing with money circulation, credit, investments, financing, superannuation, and more. Finance is continuously changing which makes this subject a fascinating area to study.

Career Prospects

  This degree opens doors to careers across economic sectors. Finance professionals can work with individuals, companies, or governments, assisting with things like budgeting and analysis. Students will learn to integrate financial models, firm-specific as well as industry and economic factors in their decision-making process. Each year of your degree will give you a foundation in a set of subjects about working in banking and finance. In the third and fourth years, your knowledge will be taken to a higher level, exploring themes such as strategy, management, and risk. Employability is the cornerstone of this program. You will graduate with a combination of knowledge and practical skills that will take you forward in your career. Most of our students complete their studies on time and are employed in banks, trading houses, insurance companies, international agencies, and institutions. Some of them continue their studies in qualified Ph.D. programs. Careers in banking often provide job security because many people are always interested in money. If the economy is suffering, people want to know how to save and maximize their investments. If the economy is healthy, people want to know the best ways to spend and invest their money. They often turn to people with banking degrees for guidance.
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Accounting and Audits

About the Course

  A degree in Accounting can set students on a path to a strong career in business and finance. Accountants work for corporations, nonprofits, government agencies, and small businesses. They create financial reports, review income and expenses, prepare tax documents, and assure regulatory compliance. Some accountants even help track down financial criminals. Others take part in high-stakes investments. Accounting careers can either prove safe and predictable or exciting and dynamic, depending on the exact role. Auditing refers to the process of examining financial reports and documents of an organization by a third party, independent of that organization. Auditing is closely related to Accounting, so auditors are typically accountants or economists who specialize in evaluating financial statements of businesses to ensure the accuracy of the information. Internal auditing helps an institution to accomplish its objectives, by bringing a systematic economical approach to evaluate and improve the performance of risk management, control, and governance processes. External Auditing happens with people come from outside an organization to examine financial records and present an independent overview of the company’s financial health or legality of practices.

Skills you Acquire 

  While studying Accounting and Auditing, you will develop key skills and abilities related to numeracy and mathematical aptitudes, business acumen, economic and financial knowledge, general IT skills, self-motivation, attention to detail, as well as good time management and communication skills. Accounting and Auditing studies also include a lot of Finance knowledge. You will acquire a solid background of professional economical experience and an understanding of the financial life and inner workings of financial departments of companies and institutions.

Career Prospects 

  Internal auditors typically work in the private sector, independently, or as members of an accounting team. Their services are employed by trading companies, professional firms outsourced by client companies, corporations, charity organizations, and others. External auditors usually work for governmental bodies or as associates of certified accounting offices. At the successful completion of the degree program, you will be able to:
  • describe and apply concepts from the accounting cycle including recording transactions and preparing financial statements for proprietorship, partnership, and corporations;
  • report and explain income and retained earnings and earnings per share;
  • analyze and report cost accounting including financial and non-financial information;
  • apply management accounting principles to analyzing resource allocation and performance measurement of organizations;
  • describe and apply technical and theoretical aspects in financial reporting and auditing;
  • determine the nature and amount of evidence of internal control over financial reporting;
  • prepare tax returns for individuals and corporate firms in compliance with the requirements of tax authorities;
  • describe and apply the concepts and theories of ethics as they apply to the field of Accounting
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Computer science

About the Course

  Computer science studies computers and computing, including their theoretical and algorithmic foundations, hardware and software, and their uses for processing information. The discipline of computer science includes the study of algorithms and data structures, computer and network design, modeling data and information processes, and artificial intelligence. Computer science draws some of its foundations from mathematics and engineering and therefore incorporates techniques from areas such as queueing theory, probability and statistics, and electronic circuit design. Computer science also makes heavy use of hypothesis testing and experimentation during the conceptualization, design, measurement, and refinement of new algorithms, information structures, and computer architectures.

Why Study Computer Science

  Computers are a part of every aspect of modern life. From shopping to playing games and exercising, there is now an app for pretty much everything. Computer science graduates created all those systems. Whether you want to work for a big corporation managing networks and designing software or become the next billionaire tech entrepreneur, a computer science degree will open up a world of possibilities. Computer scientists understand the underlying principles of programming and algorithms and use them to design software, systems, and networks to meet the needs of clients and the public. It is a fast-moving, highly specialized field and there is a constant, high demand for talented computer science graduates. Job satisfaction in the field is high, as are starting salaries, so if you like solving problems and have a talent for mathematics and logical thinking, a degree in computer science could be the start of a rewarding career.

Computer Science-Related Fields

 

Computer science is considered part of a family of five separate yet interrelated disciplines: 
  • computer engineering;
  •  computer science;
  •  information systems;
  • information technology;
  •  software engineering.
This family has come to be known collectively as the discipline of computing. These five disciplines are interrelated in the sense that computing is their object of study, but they are separate since each has its research perspective and curricular focus. The major subfields of computer science include:
  • traditional study of computer architecture;
  • programming languages;
  • software development;
  • computational science; 
  • graphics;
  • visualization;
  • human-computer interaction; 
  • databases and information systems;
  • networks;
  • social and professional issues.
As may be evident, some of these subfields overlap in their activities with other modern fields, such as bioinformatics and computational chemistry. These overlaps are the consequence of a tendency among computer scientists to recognize and act upon their field’s many interdisciplinary connections. 

Career Prospects

  If you see yourself designing and creating software systems, then computer science might be the right course of study for you. If you are thinking of becoming a manager or administrator of a technical enterprise, a degree in computer science or information and computer sciences could provide you with the background needed to achieve your goals. If you are thinking about becoming a researcher in a technical field, information, and computer sciences could provide you with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed. Computer science is a dynamic and rapidly growing area that has become an integral part of the world that we live in today. Having a degree in this field will provide you with a deep understanding of theories and emerging technologies. This knowledge and experience will allow you to develop cutting-edge solutions that address today’s challenges. When applied in an interdisciplinary fashion, students can also draw on their other areas of interest such as biology, business, cyber security, economics, engineering, information assurance, languages and linguistics, mathematics, physics, public policy, etc., to address a wider range of complex issues.

10 Reasons to Choose the Field of Computer Science

  • Computing is part of everything we do. Computing and computer technology are part of the cars we drive, movies we watch, and how businesses and governments interact with us.
  • Expertise in computing enables you to solve complex, challenging problems. Computing offers rewarding and challenging possibilities for a wide range of people, regardless of their interests.
  • Computing is making a positive difference in the world. Computing drives innovation in the sciences, engineering, and business: Like the human genome project, AIDS vaccine research, environmental monitoring, and protection.
  • Computing offers many types of lucrative careers. Computing jobs are among the highest paid and have the highest job satisfaction.
  • Computing jobs are here to stay, regardless of where you are located. There are more computing jobs than qualified people to fill them.
  • Expertise in computing helps you even if your primary career choice is something else. Having a computing major will provide you with a foundation of knowledge, problem-solving, and logical thinking that will serve as a competitive advantage to you in your career, and in whatever field you choose.
  • Computing offers great opportunities for true creativity and innovativeness. Creating high-quality computing solutions is a highly creative activity, and computing supports creative work in many other fields. The best solutions in computing exhibit high levels of elegance and beauty.
  • Computing has space for both collaborative work and individual effort. Computing is often about being part of a team that requires people with many different kinds of skills. Yet there is also plenty of space for individual flair and imagination.
  • Computing is an essential part of well-rounded academic preparation. An increasing number of universities and employers see the successful completion of a computer science course as a sign of academic well-roundedness.
  • Future opportunities in computing are without boundaries. Computing is one of those fields where it is almost impossible to predict what will happen next. We cannot even begin to imagine all the ways that you can contribute to it and how it can make your life’s work exciting and real.
  • The most important aspect of computer science is problem-solving, an essential skill for life. Students study the design, development, and analysis of software and hardware used to solve problems in a variety of business, scientific, and social contexts. Because computers solve problems to serve people, there is a significant human side to computer science as well.
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Information Technologies

About the Course

  Information technology is the study, development, and creation of computer-based information systems. From software applications to computer hardware, information technology, which is more commonly known as IT, uses the combination of computer and communications systems to implement, support, process, disseminate and manage information. Information technology is a rapidly growing field that offers secure positions for individuals with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in an IT-related field. From engineering to support, some specializations deal with the different components of information technology, and students with solid technical skills, as well as an aptitude for gathering information and interpreting data, are likely to find success in this industry.

Course Curriculum

  Information technology students will have readings and lectures in addition to interactive exercises that test skills and knowledge on various computer-related subject matters. Much of the schoolwork will be about managing database systems technology, software development, and computer engineering. IT students will also learn how to improve the efficiency and capability of information systems so networks can function correctly. Some online information technology degree programs focus on varying specialties, like programming and network administration.

Required Skills

  Individuals who aspire to enter the IT field should develop solid logical and critical-thinking skills. Those who enter support positions should also possess the ability to listen, communicate and maintain a professional, calm demeanor when faced with end users and frustrating problems. Computer, component, and network designers, such as engineers and scientists, need to be able to envision the current needs and growth potential of users or businesses.

Why Study Information Technologies 

  The field of information technology, or IT, covers the support, administration, and design of telecommunications and computer systems. Some positions in this field include system analysts, software programmers, computer scientists, computer support specialists, and network and database administrators. Most careers in the IT field entail operational and design tasks related to software applications, networks, and computer hardware components. Information Technology Experts work with organizations and businesses to install and support viable computer networks that will keep systems reliable and efficient. It encompasses all software and hardware used in the creation, storage, and access of information. Examples of some technologies that IT professionals may work with include the Internet, networks, media storage devices, databases, and firewalls.

Career prospects

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