Exchange Conditions Score of Ukraine (UMSA)

Exchange Information
Type of exchanges
Type of students accepted
Medical students
Biomedical students
Graduated medical students (less than 6 months prior to the exchange)
Academic requirements for the students
No special requirements. For  TB-related project pneumology and phtysiology are desired to be passed.
Not Required
Not Required
Cities/Months Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Augt Sep Oct Nov Dec
Ukraine (UMSA) - Bogomolets National Medical University yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
Calendar Remarks
We prefer to be contacted prior the AF is sent, as we depend a lot on the phase of the research and availability of the tutors.
Number of incomings
Projects available
- Ukraine (UMSA) - Vinnytsia National Medical University, Vinnytsia
- Ukraine (UMSA) - Bogomolets National Medical University
- Ukraine (UMSA) - Dnepropetrovsk Medical Academy, Dnipro
- Ukraine (UMSA) - Bukovinian State Medical University, Chernivtsi
- Ukraine (UMSA) - Zaporozhye State Medical Universty, Zaporizhya
General Information
Hours per Day
6 Hours
Days per week
5 Days
Dress code
Formal. Options: casual
What to Bring
-white coat; 
-swimming wear (for Odessa).
Unilateral fee
Unilateral fee (special remarks)
to be paid 1 month after the CA is received to the bank account of UMSA
Lodging (housing)
- Student hostel
- Student apartment
- Host family
Boarding (meal)
- Student hostel
- Student flat
- Host family
Times per day
Pocket money
Social Program
<div class="item-title"> <p>Must see: Kyiv&nbsp;(also known as Kiev), a scenic city of close to 3 million people situated on the Dnipro River, is the bustling capital of Ukraine. Ancient Kievan Rus, which reached its greatest period of ascendancy during the 11th and 12th centuries, was a center of trade routes between the Baltic and the Mediterranean. The art and architecture of Kyiv are world treasures. The&nbsp;Cathedral of St. Sophia, where the princes of Kyiv were crowned in the years of Kyiv's grandeur, has outstanding mosaics and frescoes dating back to the 11th century. Overlooking the old section of Kyiv,&nbsp;Podol, stands the Ukrainian Baroque&nbsp;church of St. Andrew, much beloved by Ukrainians.The&nbsp;Percherska Lavra, the Monastery of the Caves,&nbsp;a short trolley ride from the center of town, has two 11th-century cathedrals on its grounds, in addition to its world-famous catacombs, bell tower, and museum collections.Close to the center of town stands the&nbsp;Golden Gate, a structure which dates back to 1037. This recently reconstructed remains of the former fortified wall of the city defined the limits of the city in centuries past. Several blocks away, stands the magnificent 19th-century&nbsp;Cathedral of St. Volodymyr. Theater buffs will find much to choose from here. Most performances are in Ukrainian or Russian. The recently renovated&nbsp;Kyiv Opera House&nbsp;presents very good opera as well as a broad repertoire of ballets. The Kyiv Young Theater&nbsp;is very popular and stages innovative plays in Ukrainian or Russian. The Ivan Franko Theater&nbsp;is the center of Ukrainian drama, comedy, and musicals. The modern center with surviving parts of the old city are on the hilly west, or right bank, of the&nbsp;Dnipro River. The main street,&nbsp;Khreshchatik, runs between two steep hills. Parallel about half a kilometer west, is vulytsya Volodymyrska, the main street of the Old Kyiv area (Staryj Kyiv). From the north end of Khreshchatik, vulytsya&nbsp;Hrushevskoho&nbsp;rises southeast along a ridge to the Caves Monastery at Perchersk. Woods and parks cover most of the steep right-bank slopes. The capital's newer sections stretch out on the flat left bank. These are characterized by large housing developments and industrialized neighborhoods. Chimeras House.&nbsp;On the street Bankova is located house number 10 built in the beginning of 20th century for the architect Vladislav Gorodetsky. The facade of the Chimeras House is decorated with images of mythical animals, in hunting and plant motifs. The structure is made in the style of &ldquo;modern&rdquo;. Museum of the II World War (Mother Motherland).&nbsp;Its territory occupies 20 ha. Idea of this gigantic memorial has offered shortly before its death to sculptor E. Vuchetich. The main building of the complex became the museum premises, terminated by high cone-pedestal, on which is installed statue of the Homeland-Mother with weight 530 t. Height of the whole building from foot of the building before tip sculpture`s sword is 108 m. There are thematic sculptural compositions, gigantic chalice, in which Fire of Immortal Fame fires at Victory Day, exhibition of the military materiel on the memorial`s territory. Pecherskyi Landscape Park verges to the memorial`s territory. The flowers exhibitions regularly settle down here. There is equipped the Singers field for mass open air concerts near the memorial. Babyn Yar&nbsp;- a ravine which was the site of massacres of Jews, Gypsies, and other civilians by the Nazis and their puppets during World War II. Approximately 60,000 civilians were executed at this site during the war (over 34,000 Jews in the first two days alone). Now a memorial to &ldquo;Soviet citizens&rdquo; murdered by the Germans, the park can be reached via the metro.</p> </div>
Special Remarks
Application Form
Special Remarks
Electronic Application Form: 3 months in advance
Card Of Documents
Standard documents
Special documents
Upon Arrival documents
The standard documents are the basic documents that the students are asking for and the special documents are less important, as only some Local Committees ask for them. So it's mandatory to upload the standard documents, but not the special ones. (Students do it when asked for by the LEO/NEO.)
The upon arrival documents are hard copies documents that the students are requested to take with them in the host country.”
Special remarks
Card of Acceptance
8 weeks
Special remarks
Card of Confirmation
4 Weeks
Special remarks
- Tourist Visa
- Student Visa
NMO can provide additional documents if needed
NMO must be notified 8 weeks before exchange start if additional documents are needed
Special remarks
- Health Insurance
- Liability Insurance
- Travel Insurance

Special remarks
Health Documents
- Vaccination Card
- Tuberculosis Test

Special remarks
Vaccination card: HepB
- We prefer substitutions to cancellations
Deadline for substitutions (weeks)
Special remarks
- Subtitutes must be for
the same period
− Substitutions can be made
until 4 weeks before
clerkship starts
− Substitute student’s
documents’ should be sent
to Incoming NORE
Explore Link
Link to ExPlore Page
Special Remarks
Validation Date
Date Last Update