Admission Requirements

In accordance with the mission of the University – “In relentless pursuit of excellence, to educate, to search, to heal and to serve humanity,” every graduate of the Study programs of KMU is expected to become a change agent in society. The main objective of the Program is to train competent health care professionals who are able to perform organizational, diagnostic, medical and research activities in compliance with national and international standards, as well as to be committed to the principles of humanism, medical ethics and patient safety. Graduates must be able to work in interdisciplinary and multicultural teams, develop, implement, and disseminate projects that impact health promotion, especially aimed to fulfill the local community needs.

There are two admission sessions in 2024. The first one, in winter, lasts from March, 28 till April, 15 while the second one, in summer – from July, 11 and till November, 30.

The University announces admission for such major faculties as General Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy in Ukrainian and in English medium. In winter the University accepts for the General Medicine and Dentistry in English medium only.

Applying Procedure

Step 1. To Apply for an Invitation Letter

An applicant should submit the scan copies of the following documents to the KMU International Faculty by filling out our application form:

• First page of the Passport;
• School Certificate with Academic Records of all subjects;
• Consent to personal data collection and processing [download];
• Application for the name of Rector [download];
• National Eligibility Entrance Test – NEET quality certificate (applicable for Indian nationals only).

After throughout examination of applicant’s documents the University makes the decision whether or not to give an Invitation Letter.

Step 2. To Apply for Visa

When an applicant receives an Invitation Letter from the University, he/she should apply for visa type “D”.

After receiving the visa in diplomatic or consular establishment of Ukraine in the country of applicant’s residence, it is time to choose your variant – distant admission or admission in person.

For distant admission it is time go to our partner in your country (you will receive list of our partners from responsible expert from International faculty).

For admission in person it is time to go to Kyiv. Please inform Dean when you will come (please, send your ticket).

Step 3. To Apply for a Faculty

For distant admission an applicant must submit the following documents to the partner organization:

    1. School Certificate with Academic Records of all subjects (in the original and a copy);
    2. Passport (in the original and a copy of the front page and the page with Ukrainian visa issued by Ukrainian Embassy);
    3. Medical Certificate issued by the Department of Health in the applicant’s country at least two months prior to the applicant’s arrival to Ukraine;
    4. Invitation Letter (in the original);
    5. Medical Insurance;
    6. 12 photos, size 3,5 x 4,5, matte.

Documents mentioned in items 1, 2, 3 should be translated into Ukrainian and notarized.

Documents mentioned in item 1 should be legalized in a way legally provided in the applicant’s country of otherwise they are stipulated by international laws.

For admission in person on arrival an applicant must submit the same documents to the University.

An applicant is informed about the date when he\she takes two writing tests – in language (English or Ukrainian) and Chemistry. When the applicant undergoes the whole process successfully, the University issues the Order of admission which means that the applicant is enrolled for the program and becomes a student of the University.

The International Faculty contact details:
Boryspilska St, 2, student service
Phone number: +38 (073) 261-33-41 (Viber, Telegram, WhatsApp)



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