MBBS in Ukraine Ternopil State Medical University

Why Ternopil ?

  • More than 1500 international students from 53 different countries are studying
  • Foreign students has been constantly increasing
  • 60 foreign countries get education at the Ternopil State Medical University
  • University is licensed to train 100 students at the Preparatory Department
  • 10 lecture-halls equipped with modern demonstration apparatus
  • Type-Government University
  • City- Ternopil
  • MCI Passing ratio: 12.6%
  • Established in 1957
  • The University collaborates with a number of foreign institutions

Training at Ternopil State medical Institute was inaugurated on September 1, 1957 by the resolution of the Ukrainian government of April 12, 1957. In the city that had been almost completely destroyed during the World War II and just began raising from the ruins, it was the first higher educational establishment.

The cooperation of clinical departments and practitioners of the municipal medical institutions, which provide the clinical basis, is in progress. High-skilled professors, associate professors and teachers, involved in practical medical activity, contribute much to rendering proper medical aid to the population of the city and the region. On January 1, 2010, in compliance with the Agreement, specifying all the cooperation aspects, the University Hospital was established on the base of the Regional Clinical Hospital. It is likely to become the best-equipped specialized medical and consultative institution owing to the state, regional and University financing.

As resulting from the activity rating and the state testing “Krok” (“Step”) system, the University is always ranking high among the higher medical educational institutions of Ukraine.

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Mission and Vision

  • To train the next generation of highly-skilled professionals for the public health system of Ukraine and other countries by providing quality academic services and adherence to high standards in education, research and training.
  • To advance fundamental and applied research in biomedical and pharmacological sciences, to provide leading-edge clinical help and to develop new diagnostic and treatment techniques for the needs of the national system of public health.
  • To support our students in their pursuit of intellectual, spiritual and professional goals allowing them to become accomplished independent and socially aware individuals.

TSMU is a tertiary medical school at the forefront medical education and exploration. It continually grows and develops, aiming to become a preeminent and enduring academic research institution for training of highly-skilled and competitive professionals that are recognized by their peers worldwide and are confident that their training is in demand in today society.

Ternopil State Medical University Fees

Ternopil State Medical University 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th Year 6th Year
USD INR USD INR USD INR USD INR USD INR USD INR
Tuition Fees/Year 4,000 2,60,000 4,000 2,60,000 4,000 2,60,000 4,000 2,60,000 4,000 2,60,000 4,000 2,60,000
Hostel Fees/Year 300 19,500 300 19,500 300 19,500 300 19,500 300 19,500 300 19,500
Total 4,300 2,79,500 4,300 2,79,500 4,300 2,79,500 4,300 2,79,500 4,300 2,79,500 4,300 2,79,500

*1 USD = 65 INR

University at Glance

About Ternopil City Ukraine

Ternopil Region is a picturesque land with storied history imprinted upon its ancient landmarks. Exceptional beauty of the land is evident in its diverse forests and woods, majestic valleys and placid rivers, a homeland to the people of great talent and achievements.

The most appealing feature of the region is the aura of deep-rooted history that permeates almost every corner of the land. There’s a sense that its towns and villages, castles and cathedrals have grown organically over many centuries, creating calming and comfortable landscapes that the mind settles into like a favourite armchair.

From north to south, the land is girded by the ridge of Podilski Tovtry, a mountainous region shrouded by poetic legends and mysterious stories. Because of its thick forests, sunny hills and abundance of wild grasses the ridge has received the name Medobory (from Ukrainian med meaning honey, bir meaning wood).