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V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University
Founded in 1804 V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University is perhaps one of the oldest universities in whole of Eastern Europe. It was founded on the initiative of one of the most noticeable educator of the region V.N. Karazin and it was in accordance with the charter of Tsar Alexander I. Kharkiv University is the only university in Ukraine that has the honor of trained and educated as well as employed three of the famous Nobel Prize laureates: the biologist I. Mechnikov, the economist S. Kuznets, and the physicist L. Landau.
BSMU as written in Ukrainian БДМУ is the abbreviation of “Bukovinian State Medical University”. It is one of the biggest higher educational institution in Chernivtsi. It is a modern multi-tiered educational institution of the Level IV accreditation. The history of Bukovyna is associated with the rectors of the BSMU – the renowned professors D.S.Lovlia, M.B.Mankovskiy, M.M.Kovaliov, O.D.Yukhimets, V.K.Patratiy, V.P.Pishak, T.M.Boychuk.
Ranked within top 650 universities of the world KNU is the third oldest university of Ukraine. Currently its structure consists of 15 faculties and five institutes. During the Soviet era, Kiev State University was ranked among the top-three universities in the whole USSR. Even today it is ranked as the best university in Ukraine in many National rankings.
Vinnitsa national medical university has been training competent doctors for approximately 100 years. It was started by the first President of the Ukraine’s Academy of Sciences, academician D.K. Zabolotny, after realizing the necessity of establishment of a medical educational institution in Vinnitsa in order to serve the nation’s requirement for improved healthcare. VNMU started as Vinnitsa Pharmaceutical Institute from (1921-1936), later it became Vinnitsa branch of All-Ukrainian Institute of Extra-Mural Medical Education (1930). At this point it got reorganized as Evening Industrial Medical Institute with two faculties – medical-preventive & pediatric and Vinnitsa Medical Institute (1934). In 1960, by the Ruling of President of the Supreme Body of the U.S.S.R., the Institute was renamed after N.I. Pirogov. By the year 1969, 2235 students were trained at two faculties of the institute (medical & pediatrics), and the faculties increased to 26 doctors of science and 106 candidates of science. On June 19, 2002, admiring the University’s nation-wide and international recognition VSMU was awarded National University status by orders of the President of Ukraine L.D. Kuchma endorsing the following specialties” “General Medicine “,"Dentistry", "Pediatrics", “Clinical Pharmacy”, "Pharmacy", “Medical Psychology.” Vinnytsia National Medical University (VNMU) is a higher medical institution founded in 1921. It is the successor of the “Vinnytsia Branch of the All-Ukrainian”, “The Vinnytsia Evening Industrial Medical Institute (1932)”, “Vinnytsia Pharmaceutical Institute (1921)” and, The Vinnytsia Medical Institute (1934)” as well as “Institute of Correspondence Medical Education (1930)” It has trained thousands of specialists who work in Ukraine and in many different countries of the world. As of today the training of specialists is performed at 53 chairs, where the proficient scientific-pedagogical staff works.
The institution started its operations in the year 1900 as the medical faculty under Novorossiyskiy State University in the city of Odessa. With the level of devotion contributed by the pioneers of the medical faculty, the faculty became one of the most prominent medical faculties in the whole Russian Empire. Many well-known medical scientists of their times worked here including Nobel laureate and professor I. I. Mechnikov.