If you have a diploma of a Ukrainian university it will be recognized in the UK, USA, Germany, Canada and other countries. In Poland, Serbia, and Romania you won’t even need to legalize the document or make an apostille. Having a Ukrainian diploma you can get a job or continue studying in the mentioned states. Why do European employers and universities respect the Ukrainian education?
I’ve found 6 main reasons.
Ukraine is a member of the Bologna Process since 2005. The country has changed the educational system in accordance with the rules accepted in the whole Europe. Contemporary diplomas are made in Ukrainian and English languages.
Bologna process was started in 1999 to ensure the comparability of the standards and quality of higher-education qualifications between European countries. Today, 48 states have joined Bologna process.
Fourth Bologna Policy Forum, Armenia, 2015
Universities combine theoretical and practical education. In the National Aerospace University, students work with planes most of the time. Students who study medicine have a real experience in hospitals. They assist physicians and help patients.
Universities which train IT-specialists have arrangements with IT-companies. They take students for internship and offer them a job after they graduate.
Future dentists study at the Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy
There are computers, projectors and access to the Internet in lecture halls. You can use free wi-fi when you prepare your homework at the university. Students make presentations and show them on large screens.
There are different science laboratories at universities. Students who study medicine use dummies and mannequins which are necessary for their education.
A lot of universities have produced useful apps where students can view their schedule and map of building to find lecture halls, canteens, etc. First such app was created in the National University “Odessa Law Academy”.
Library of the National University “Odessa Law Academy”
Double degree program means that a student gets two degrees (two diplomas) in two different universities simultaneously. It takes twice less time than if it would be done separately.
Many Ukrainian universities have agreements with British, Italian, German, Chinese and other institutions. You can apply for such program and get two diplomas after 4 or 5 years. In most cases, students study one or two years in Ukraine and after that go to another country to complete their education.
The Alfred Nobel University has double degree programs with The University of Wales and The Cyprus Institute of Marketing.
The National Aerospace University offer double degree programs with the Magdeburg Otto-von-Guericke University and the Polytechnic University of Turin. Students of the National Aerospace University also study in the Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Students of the National Aerospace University in the Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Universities often invite famous people with huge achievements to give lectures and master classes. Journalists, politicians, IT-specialists, lawyers, writers, and others regularly meet students.
Well-known scientists from abroad also attend Ukrainian universities and communicate with students.
Italian philosopher Franco Nembrini gave a lecture at the Karazin University in may 2017
Nikolai Barabashov, who worked in the Kharkiv Karazin University, was an editor of the first Atlas of the Other Side of the Moon. The mentioned University has also trained and employed three Nobel Prize laureates.
Igor Sikorsky has invented the first helicopter. The scientist has studied in The National Technical University of Ukraine.
In 1965, Nikolai Amosov for the first time in the world created and introduced into practice the anti-thrombotic heart valves prosthesis. It was in Kyiv.
Great soviet and ukrainian scientist and physician Nikolai Amosov
So, Ukrainian universities are well-known abroad because of the high-quality education and many famous achievements. You can work anywhere with Ukrainian diploma. Isn’t it a true freedom?