Getting an education in some of Ukraine’s top universities is increasingly becoming very attractive to many foreign students from all over the world, as over 200,000 of these recently availed themselves of the quality of education that these august learning institutions provide.
Studying in Ukraine gives students from all over the world an opportunity to enjoy affordable international education in the areas of science, arts, humanities, and others. In Ukraine, students can come in contact with politics against the background of Europe’s history and culture. These gives graduates of Ukraine universities an advantage over students who never had the maximum amount of contact with international academe and diverse experiences of cultures.
To be able to study in a Ukraine university, students must complete sets of requirements, namely, admission, visa, travel, and university registration. All documents must be translated into Russian or Ukrainian, then notarized in the student’s native country.
Admission requirements comprise of documents to qualify for admission in a university, like a completely filled out application form, a copy of the student’s international passport, a notarized copy of the student’s certificate of secondary school completion or its equivalent. After the university accepts and the students pays the confirmation fee, a copy of this document must be submitted. For postgraduate student, a copy of the student’s certificates for bachelor’s or master’s degree, transcript of record, and a copy of the student’s project work must be presented.
Visa is necessary of students who’re nationals of countries except Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania, the United Kingdom, and countries who were once area of the old Soviet Union (minus Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia). Documents to be submitted in applying for a visa includes a valid international passport, the original university admission or invitation letter, a confirmation letter from the Ukraine university to the Ukrainian consulate, medical insurance, certificate of clearance from HIV, a two-way plane ticket, and a copy of contract, if applicable. If everything is cleared, the embassy or consulate will issue the student a study visa, valid for one year. For further details, the student must coordinate with the Ukrainian consulates in the student’s native country.
Once the application form requirements are complete and the student’s passport has been stamped with the analysis visa, travel requirements is the next concern. The two-way plane ticket must be readied, the migration card filled out upon arrival at the airport in ukrayna üniversitesi, and all pertinent documents like the original invitation letter, school transcripts and medical certificates be presented. These documents should have already been translated to Russian or Ukrainian and notarized in the student’s native country.
When the student has safely found its way to Ukraine, you should check using their university about its registration policies. All original university documents must be ready for presentation to the admission office. Registration policies of the university will apply. Next, the student will be issued a residential permit, identification cards, and academic materials. The student has become ready for studying in Ukraine.