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V.N Karazina Kharkiv National Medical University

V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University is one of the oldest universities in Eastern Europe. It was founded in November 1804, on the initiative of the prominent educator V.N. Karazin and in accordance with the charter of Tsar Alexander I. The University's faculty include 21 academicians and corresponding members of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences and specialized academies of Ukraine, and 50 winners of the State Award. The activities of the University have developed Kharkiv into a major industrial, scientific and cultural centre. Many Kharkiv streets are named after professors, researches and alumni of the University.
V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University is involved in extensive international cooperation and is an active member of the international community of the leading European and world universities. It cooperates with 61 partners in 25 countries of the world.
The University is one of the initiators of Magna Charta Universitatum (Bologna, 1988), the member of the International Association of Universities and the European University Association, the associated member of the European Nuclear Education Network, the co-founder of the Eurasian Universities Association and Association of Russian and Ukrainian Higher-Education Institutions-partners. Today the University has 20 schools, 3 research institutes, library, botanical garden, 3 museums. It provides teaching for 14,000 undergraduate students and 500 postgraduate students, employs more than 300 Full Professors (more than 90 % of them are Doctors of Sciences) and about 800 Associated Professors (more than 95 % of them are Candidates of Sciences that is the local equivalent of the PhD degree).

Vinnitssa National Medical University

Vinnytsya was founded in the year of 1805 and is one of the oldest and leading medical higher institutions of Ukraine and former USSR. The city is located on the bank of the river Southern Bug, 260 km to the south of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine (4 hours by train). Training of specialists is carried out at 53 chairs, where the competent scientific-pedagogical staff work. Among them 93 doctors of science, professors, 17 academicians and 5 members-correspondents of Academies of Science, 421 candidates of science, associate professors.
Physical training is included in the curricula of all faculties. Besides the students attend various sports sections; play football, basketball and volleyball being members of united university team on the championship of Ukraine among medical universities. The gymnasiums, grounds are given free of charge. In work with the foreign citizens we take into account their regional, religious, national, individual and psychological features. Active acquaintance of the foreigners with the history and culture of Ukraine, national traditions, life-style of modern Ukrainian youths is carried out. During national holidays and festivals, the foreign students acquaint the staff of the University, population of our city and state with their national art, they organize the exhibitions and quiz games, which tell about the history, culture, traditions of their home-countries. Traditional on such celebrations is tasting of the dishes of national cuisine prepared by the students. The representatives of embassies, firms of the foreign countries in Ukraine participate in realization of celebrations.

Vitebsk State Medical University

Learning at VSMU is about far beyond gaining a degree. It's a chance to create friendships and networks, to investigate new social skylines and proceed with your learning journey.

VSMU is the primary college in Belarus to get the privilege of preparing medicinal staff for foreign nations. Inside 25 years of the abroad students training faculty presence 1500 specialists doctors and Pharmacist specialist have been readied and now they are working effectively in 110 nations of the world.

Vitebsk State Medical Institute was set up as a hospital-medical institute on November 1, 1934, by Resolution of the Council of People's Commissars of the BSSR. The all out number of students on all courses was 250. 

In 1959 Pharmaceutical Faculty was made, alongside the present General Medicine Faculty. 

In 1998 the Institute has effectively passed the confirmation and accreditation of the status of the higher educational establishment of a university type and was changed into Vitebsk State Order of Peoples' Friendship Medical University.

Volgograd State Medical University

The University started as Stalingrad Medical Institute founded in 1935. In 1993 it got the status of the Academy, and in 2003 it was granted the status of the University. The University is currently headed by the prominent Russian scientist, Academician of the Russian Academy for Medical Sciences, Professor Vladimir I. Petrov. The Volgograd State Medical University is an active participant of a number of international projects promoting medical research and clinical practice. This accounts for a genuine interest in the activities of the University on the part of government officials of various countries. It has recently been visited by the ambassadors of the USA, Malaysia, India, the People’s Republic of China, Brunei, Bangladesh, etc., top officials of Medical and Dental Councils of different countries. The Volgograd State Medical University has built up relationships with a number of foreign universities - the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (USA), Albert Ludwigs Universitaet (Freiburg, Germany), Martin-Luther Halle-Wittenberg Universitaet (Germany), Belgian, French, Chinese universities, etc. This collaboration has been fostering the advance of medical science in such fields as family medicine, poison control, family planning and reproductive health, arterial hypertension, epidemiology, tuberculosis diagnosis and treatment, pharmacology, pharmacy, etc. One of the latest developments is the newly set up Russian-American Family Practice Clinic which is a unique clinic of this type in the whole of the south of Russia. The University has been collaborating with the World Federation for Medical Education, with the World Health Organisation (WHO), with UNESCO, with the British Council, with the United States Agency for International Development, with the American International Health Alliance, and participating in a wide range of joint international research projects.