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Estd -1899 govt university (Located In port City of Odessa) English Medium

Ukraine gained independence after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 and has since veered between seeking closer integration with Western Europe and being drawn into the orbit of Russia, which sees its interests as threatened by a Western-leaning Ukraine. Europe's second-largest country, Ukraine is a land of wide, fertile agricultural plains, with large pockets of heavy industry in the east.

While Ukraine and Russia share common historical origins, the west of the country has close ties with its European neighbors, particularly Poland, and nationalist sentiment is strongest there. A significant minority of the population uses Russian as its first language, particularly in the industrialized east. In Crimea, an autonomous republic on the Black Sea that was part of Russia until 1954, ethnic Russians make up about 60% of the population. Russia once again seized and annexed Crimea in March 2014, amid the chaos following the fall of President Viktor Yanukovych, plunging European into its worst diplomatic crisis since the Cold War.

In 1932-1933, Stalin's programme of enforced agricultural collectivization brought famine and death to millions in Ukraine, the breadbasket of the USSR. Not until its twilight years did the Soviet Union acknowledge the extent of the suffering.

News of another Soviet-era calamity, the 1986 accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power station, rang alarm bells around the world immediately. About 8% of Ukraine's territory was contaminated as were large areas in neighboring Belarus. Millions have suffered as a result.

The first president after independence, former Communist Party leader Leonid Kravchuk, presided over the rapid economic decline and runaway inflation.

His successor, Leonid Kuchma, oversaw a steady economic recovery but was accused by the opposition of conceding too much to Russian economic interests.

This position to Mr.Kuchma grew, further fed by discontent at media censorship, manipulation of the political system and cronyism.

The authorities' attempt to rig the 2004 presidential elections led to the "Orange Revolution", with reference to the color of the main opposition movement. Mass protests, a revolt by state media against government controls and the fracturing of the governing coalition brought in European-Union mediation and a re-run of the elections. A fragile alliance of anti-Kuchma forces united behind pro-Western former prime minister Viktor Yushchenko, who won the presidency.

Mr. Yushchenko succeeded in carrying out some democratic reform, but moves towards Nato and EU membership were slowed by the divided public opinion in Ukraine and Western reluctance to antagonize a resurgent Russia.

Rivalry with his prime minister, Yulia Tymoshenko, soured into open antagonism, and neither proved able to cope with the worldwide economic downturn after 2008. Their opponent in the Orange Revolution, Viktor Yanukovych, won the 2010 presidential election. He swiftly re-oriented foreign and trade policy towards Russia, clamped down on media freedom, and had various opponents, most prominently Ms. Tymoshenko, imprisoned in politically-motivated trials.

Odessa National Medical University.

In the year 2000 Odessa National Medical Universit:y has completed its 100 years of existence. It is a government university with the rights of self-governing. The world has known scientists and the founders of numerous scientific medical schools which brought glory to the world science worked at ONMedU.

University recognized/Listed by World Health Organization, International Association of  Universities, European University Association, ONMedU is the only university of Ukraine, which is a member of MEDICINE (Medical Education In Europe).

Medical Councils of almost all major countries, including USA, UK, Europe, India & others. ONMedU is a member of Bologne Process (Single European area of higher education).

Since 1996, Odessa State Medical University is in continuous co-operation with European and International Association of universities, as an active member. In 2001, it was admitted as a member of International Scientific Committee of UNESCO.

Odessa State Medical University extensively uses latest scientific techniques and practices of best universities of the world in the teaching process. This great contribution is due to close links with leading universities and academic centers: Washington University (USA), Polish  Academy of Medicine (Poland), Milan University (Italy), Institute of Experimental Immunology Switzerland), the International Fund of Hippocrates (Greece), Schweitzer International Medical Academy (Poland), Russian Heart Scientific-Productive Complex (Russia), etc.

Odessa National Medical University is the first university in Ukraine which started medical education in English medium in 1996. In 2005, OSMU was awarded a medal for 
the development of a modern model for teaching the English speaking students by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

The only university of Ukraine which provides post-graduation courses in English medium. Odessa National Medical University is one of the largest higher medical universities, a member of European and International Association of Universities, the leader of reformation of medical education in the country. Odessa State Medical University is a higher education institution of the IV (the top level) accreditation level.

The University comprises 56 departments, a medical college, preparatory faculty, and post-graduation faculty. The University enrolls around 4000 students, including 1200 foreign students from 52 countries of the world. The training of students is given in Russian, English & French. Foreign students have been studying since 1946. Over 6000 students from Europe, Asia.

The studies are carried out by 800 teachers, 18 academicians, 105 professors and doctors of Medical Science, 407 docents and candidates of medical science. During the course, students master all modern medical technologies which are available today in the world.

The university has 18 blocks with general area of 20,000 sq.in., 6 hostels (Fully furnished with all essential facilities), a library with total stock of 1 million books, publishing-printing complex, scientific medical computer center, Students Polyclinic providing medical aid to students free of cost, 3 Museums (Historical Museum, Anatomic Museum & The Museum of Pathological Anatomy), sport complex with indoor & outdoor sports facilities, Students' Club/Cultural and Scientific Societies, modern recreation centers on the coast of Black Sea where up to 500 students can restaf a time.

Advantages of Studying in ONMedU

  • It is a Government University.
  • it has a great teaching staff of 800 Teachers, 18 Academics, 105 Professors and 405 Docents.
  • English Medium of Instruction for complete course duration.
  • Only 10 students in one class so the teacher can give proper attention to each student personally.
  • Recognized by M.C.I.
  • Educational Loan easily available from nationalized banks.

  • ONMedU was founded in 1900 so students can get the benefit of more than 110 years long experience in Medical Education. 

  • It has one of the biggest libraries of Ukraine with more than 1 million books.

  • ONMedU is a big clinical center with 35 Hospitals with a capacity of 9648 patient's beds for practical training of students.

  • About 600 Indian students presently studying in ONMedU.

  • After completion of ONMedU students are also eligible to work in UK, USA, and Australia and complete Europe too. The only country where the female population exceeds total male populations, the ratio of girls to boys in ONMedU is 1:3 these

  • Prove it's very safe and secure for girls.

  • Moderate Climate around the year.

  • Chances of Permanent Residence & Settlement in Europe after completion of the study program. Bilateral Student Exchange Program with other Universities.


December 17, 2008, on the eve of New Year holidays, the inauguration of a new student library at Odessa National Medical University, was attended by vice rectors, professors, teachers, staff and students of the Medical University.

This event has written a new page in the glorious 105-year history of the library, which was created by students of the 3rd year (first set) Novorossiysk University Medical School, who purchased the first book for the library at their own expense, and leading professors and teachers who donated library books from their own assembly. Today through the book fund, our library of over 800,000 copies, 230,000 of them - textbooks for students.

The University’s library is one of the oldest in the country and has the book fund of a million of copies. It is an informative center, which can provide students with necessary 
information in the accessible form of LCD’s, CD’s and Latest Devices.

A new students’ library is a modern building which has been working since 2008. It provides students not only with traditional paper textbooks, but it became one of the first in Ukraine electronic library for medical students. Comfortable, spacious reading room, computer room can simultaneously accommodate 130 students. And the work is not only for stationary computers but also through Wi-Fi 
zone information is active all 130 seats reading room where you can come with his laptop and rewrite any required information. It can also be obtained on any electronic media.

Simulation Centre

First medical simulation center in Ukraine was founded in January 2014, at the Odessa National Medical University (ONMedU), and calls “Educational-innovative center for the physician practical training”. This center is equipped with modern facilities, that haven’t analogs in Ukraine. Such methods as various fidelity level simulation, hybrid simulation, and standardized patient are used for the educational process.

The Centre has collaborations with leading medical simulation centers worldwide. Educational process at the Centre has an interdisciplinary approach and has a goal to provide healthcare specialists from Ukraine with high-qualified medical education in according to modern healthcare requirements. 


The Odessa State Medical University is conducting postgraduate courses in 91 specializations (list mentioned). Presently OSMU is the only university in Ukraine, which is offering postgraduate courses in different fields of medical science in English medium. Admissions to these courses are open around the year on the availability of seat.

Preparation of training of interns and students of different specialties is provided by 182 teachers, in that number, there are 54 professors, 77 associate professors, 1 academician of AMS of Ukraine, 4 member-correspondents of AMS, Ukraine, 8 honored doctors of Science & Technology of Ukraine, 9 deserved doctors and workers of education. The collaboration of Odessa State Medical University is instrumental in the preparation of specialists of high level with leading scientific schools of Ukraine and foreign countries such as Germany, France, Netherlands, USA, and others. This international experience is used in the educational process in the faculty of postgraduate study. The general licensed volume of the faculty of post-graduation education is of 3700 candidates per year including domestic and foreign citizens. Postgraduate education in a faculty is carried out on basis of 35 departments of medical, stomatological and pharmaceutical faculties of the university.

Accommodation & Living
ONMedU has six hostels. Hostels are provided with:
1.Free 24 hrs. gas, electricity, hot & cold water and phone.
2. Rooms are centrally heated.
3. Furniture and bedding in rooms is provided by the hostel.
4. Reading rooms and gym are also available in every hostel.
5. Hostels are provided with full security.
6.Student Cafeteria.
7. Hostels are surrounded by green belt with outdoor sport activities like Basketball, Volleyball

Sports - Health Complex

The university has good conditions not only for study but also for sports and recreation. There is a sport-health complex on the Black Sea shore, where over 500 students can rest at a time.