Dnipropetrovsk State Medical University (DSMU) is a renowned European Medical College, and Ukraine’s best college. DSMU is very well known among the medical universities in Europe. DSMU is one of Europe’s largest medical colleges. The Dnipropetrovsk State University medical course takes 6 years and requires an MD (MBBS / General Medicine) exam.
- General Medicine
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Admission Procedure of Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy
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 an Invitation Letter
To get an invitation letter from Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy, we require the following documents:
- Printed Application Form
- Photocopy of International Passport
- Photocopy of School Certificate
- Duplicate of International visa
- Duplicate of School leaving certificate
- Educational Mark sheets
- Identity Proofs
- A copy of Birth Certificate
You can send us these documents only after receiving an admission confirmation letter from the university
Step 3: Get Visa
After getting an invitation letter, the student should contact the nearest Ukrainian Embassy in his/her country.
Visa Requirements are as follows:
- Filled Application form
- Original passport
- SSC certificate (attested by Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
- Medical Certificate showing Physical and Mental Fitness (attested by Ministry of Foreign Affairs).
- Original Invitation letter from University.
- 2 Passport size Photos.
Step 4: Arrival to the Destination Country
- After getting a visa from the Embassy, students should inform us about his/her flight details with date and arrival time.
- One of our representatives will receive the student at the airport.
Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy has high level of IV accreditation and receive awards for the contribution in the medical research field.
About Dnipropetrovsk City
Dnipro, earlier (1783–96, 1802–1926) Katerynoslav, or Ekaterinoslav, (1796–1802) Novorossiysk, and (1926–2016) Dnipropetrovsk, a town situated in the south of Ukraine. It lies along the river Dnieper, near its junction with the Samara. By the construction of a damn about 50 miles (80 km) downstream, the stream was considerably widened. Established as Katerynoslav on the north side of the waterway in 1783, the settlement was transferred to its present position on the south bank in 1786. From 1796 to 1802, when its old name was reestablished, the people community became known as Novorossiysk and it became a commonplace subject. Given the crossing of the Dnieper in 1796 and the growth of the mid-nineteenth century trade, Katerynoslav remained little until the industrialization began in the 1880s when railroads to Odessa, the Donets Basin, and Moscow were being carried out. In 1926 it was renamed Dnipropetrovsk by the Soviets.