Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University was represented in India
In order to share unprejudiced information about SHEI IFNMU and inform the Indian people about the opportunity to study at “Ivano-Frankovsk National Medical University”, S. Kobets, the Pro-rector for Scientific and Educational Work (International Relations), and V. Osadets, the Head of the International Relations Department, visited India from July 07, 2017 to July 14, 2017.
The first place of meeting IFNMU future students was National capital territory of Delhi – the city of India located in the north of the country on the coast of the River Yamuna, the second largest centre by the city agglomeration population (after Mumbai). The city centre New Delhi, built in the 20th century within the territory of Delhi, is officially regarded to be the capital of India. The population of Delhi is over 25 million people dating 2016. The authorities of our University presented Ivano-Frankovsk, SHEI IFNMU, our main achievements, directions of work and the advantages over other medical universities of Ukraine. Special attention was paid to the admission rules for the Indian candidates to enter IFNMU.
The next place for holding the seminar for future IFNMU students was Patna, the capital city of Bihar, located in the north-central part of India on the southern coast of the River Ganges. The population of the city is 1,5 million people dating 2016. Future students of IFNMU found out much about Ivano-Frankovsk, our University and its main achievements and the admission rules. Here our colleagues were warmly welcomed by the local authorities and mass media. More than 50 graduates of Patna agreed to enter IFNMU.
The next destination was Lucknow, the capital city of Uttar Pradesh in the north of the country. The city is located in the Indo-Gangetic Plain. The population of the city is 2,3 million people.
Here our colleagues held a seminar for future students, presented our University, our city, reviewed dozens of documents of the Indian candidates and chose those ones with the highest study achievements who can enter IFNMU.
The next meeting was conducted in Dehradun, the capital city of Uttarakhand, with the population about 1 million people. Here the candidates were informed about IFNMU, our main achievements in the educational and scientific work that interested much the candidates. Special attention was paid to the admission rules. More than 50 documents for secondary education were reviewed and the best candidates were chosen.
After a five-day trip through the cities of northern India, the representatives of the Ukrainian embassy met our delegation and discussed technical details of opening D-type student visa for the Indian people.
It is necessary to note that the visit to India was possible thank to the support of one of the biggest Indian recruiting companies “EurashiaEducationLink” that represents our University in India. This visit set up longstanding mutually beneficial cooperation in the development of the Ukrainian medical education.