Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) – is the centre of education, Science and Culture of exceptionally industrial area of Dnieper, Ukraine. The city of Dnipropetrovsk is the primary Industrial city of Ukraine.
Above than 40% industry of Ukraine is situated in Dnipropetrovsk. It is known as the industrial & manufacturer city of Ukraine.
The city is exceedingly created and settled in all parts of life. Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) is one of the most seasoned higher education foundation of Ukraine having fourth (the most astounding) level of accreditation in Ukraine.
|Last Date to Apply||March, 2022|
|Basic Eligibility||50% in PCB|
|NEET Exam||Yes, it is compulsory|
|Course Fee||Rs. 2.10 Lakh/year.|
|Course Duration||6 years including internship|
|Medium||English & European|
|Universities Recognition||MCI, WHO and UΝЕЅСО accredited|
|Ranking of University||Ukraine Ranking - 112
World Ranking - 8409
|Fee Structure||Year - 1||Year - 2||Year - 3||Year - 4||Year - 5||Year - 6|
|Tuition Fee||$ 4212||$ 4212||$ 4212||$ 4212||$ 4212||$ 4212|
|Hostel||$ 1500||$ 1500||$ 1500||$ 1500||$ 1500||$ 1500|
|Food||$ 1500||$ 1500||$ 1500||$ 1500||$ 1500||$ 1500|
|OTC (Ukraine)||$ 3000||-||-||-||-||-|
|OTC (India)||$ 1430||-||-||-||-||-|
|Total||$ 11,642||$ 7,212||$ 7,212||$ 7,212||$ 7,212||$ 7,212|
Dnipropetrovsk State Medical University (DSMU) is a popular Medical college of Europe and best college of Ukraine. DSMU is very positioned among European medical universities. DSMU is one of the main medical colleges of Europe. The Medical course at the Dnipropetrovsk State University takes 6 years and prompts MD (MBBS/General Medicine).
As per UniRank (4icu) Bukovinian State Medical University - Ranking
The admissions are open for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Bukovinian State Medical University from 1st july to 1st octoberof every year. If the candidate have satisfied the eligibility criteria then he/she will get an opportunity to study MBBS in Ukraine.
Step 1: Fill the Form Fill the Application Form.Xerox copy of International Passport or ID card.Copy of Higher Secondary School Certificate.After reviewing the above written documents, we shall notify you about acceptance or rejection.
Step 2: Getting Invitation Letter To get an invitation letter from Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy, we require the following documents:
Step 3: Get Visa After getting invitation letter, student should contact the nearest Ukrainian Embassy in his/her country.Visa Requirements are as follows:
Step 4: Arrival to the Destination Country After getting visa from Embassy, students should inform us about his/her flight details with date and arrival time. One of our representative will receive the student at the airport.
Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy have high level of IV accreditation and receive awards for the contribution in medical research field.
Altogether DMA has 7 hostels situated in various region of the city, which are associated by modern transport structure (transport, tramway, and trolley-transport).The lodgings have added up to the territory of 45422 sq. m. what's more, can suit 2768 students.International students live in the lodgings No 1, 5 and 7.
Dnipro, earlier (1783– 96, 1802– 1926) Katerynoslav, or Ekaterinoslav, (1796– 1802) Novorossiysk, and (1926– 2016) Dnipropetrovsk, city, south-focal Ukraine. It lies along the Dnieper River, close to its juncture with the Samara. The stream was significantly enlarged by the development of a damn around 50 miles (80 km) downstream. Established in 1783 as Katerynoslav on the waterway's north bank, the settlement was moved to its present site on the south bank in 1786. The people group was known as Novorossiysk from 1796 to 1802 when its old name was re-established and it turned into a commonplace focus. Notwithstanding the crossing over of the Dnieper in 1796 and the development of exchange the mid nineteenth century, Katerynoslav stayed little until the point when industrialization started in the 1880s when railroads were worked to Odessa, the Donets Basin, and Moscow. In 1926 the Soviets renamed it Dnipropetrovsk.