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V N Karazin kharkiv National University

About City



Kharkov/Kharkiv City


  Kharkiv is the second-largest city in Ukraine.

  Kharkiv is a major cultural, scientific, educational, transport and industrial centre of Ukraine.Kharkiv  with 60 scientific institutes, 30 establishments of higher education, 6 museums, 7 theatres and 80 libraries.which are more compared to other cities of UkraineThere are hundreds of industrial companies in the city

Climate :


  Moderate, The seasonal average temperatures are not too cold in winter, not too hot in summer: −4.6 °C (23.7 °F) in January, and +21.3 °C (70.34 °F) in July

Transport :


  Kharkov is one of the largest transportation centre in Ukraine, which is connected to numerous cities of the world by air, rail and road traffic.

  The city has many transportation methods, including: public transport, Metro Train, taxies, railways, and air traffic.

  Kharkiv is well planned and well structured city of the Ukraine, where all latest technology and the facilities are easy accessible to the common people.

  Kharkov having more foreigners compare to other cities like Indians, Americans, Africans , Pakistani , gulf countries etc.

  Kharkov is  free from racial and communal problems

About University



  V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University is one of the oldest universities in Eastern Europe. It was founded in November 1804, on the initiative of the prominent educator V.N. Karazin and in accordance with the charter of Tsar Alexander I.

  The opening ceremony was held on January 29, 1805.

  The University made an important contribution to the Ukrainian national renaissance of the XIX-XXth centuries.

  It gave a powerful impetus to the emergence of Kharkiv as a major scientific and cultural center and an academic hub of Ukraine.

  Today the University justly rates among the best Ukrainian classical universities and is known in many countries.

  University with its over 200-year history is a leading Research and Educational Institution in Ukraine.

  V.N.Karazine Kharkiv National University is the only university in Ukraine that has trained and employed three Nobel Prize laureates: the biologist I. Mechnikov, the economist S. Kuznets, and the physicist L. Landau.

  The University is distinguished by its 24 internationally – recognized scientific schools and it has the biggest potential and base for training high skilled personnel in the Left-Bank Ukraine.

  Annually the University holds more than 150 international and national conferences on research and teaching methods.

  The University is a co-founder of the Eurasian University Association and is a member the Worl and the European University Associations.

  In the “Top-200 Ukraine” rating conducted by the UNESCO Chair Kharkiv University ranks third among all Ukrainian Higher Educational Institutions.

  In 2013, according to University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP) Karazin University ranks 1st in Ukraine.

  Together with other major European universities, V.N.Karazin Kharkiv National University boasts its wide international recognition as one of the initiators of signing the Magna Charta Universitatum (Bologna, 1998).

  The University is a co-founder of the Eurasian Universities Association, an active participant of International Association of Universities and European University Association.

  The history of Kharkiv National University is part and parcel of the intellectual, cultural and spiritual history of Ukraine.

  The names of many world famous researchers, scholars and educators are associated with Kharkiv University, among them are P. Hulak-Artemovskyi, O. Lyapunov, M. Kostomarov, M. Barabashov, M. Beketov, D. Bahaliy, A. Krasnov, M. Ostrohradskyi, V. Steklov, O. Potebnya, O. Pohorelov and many others.

  Kharkiv University is the only university in Ukraine that has trained and employed three Nobel Prize laureates: the biologist I. Mechnikov, the economist S. Kuznets, and the physicist L. Landau.

  At different times titles of Kharkiv University Honorary Members and Doctors were conferred on outstanding scholars and public figures of many countries, including J.W. Goethe and A. Humboldt, I. Franko and L. Tolstoy, P. Semenov-Tyanshanskiy, and others.

  The title of Honorary Doctor of Kharkiv University was conferred on the first President of Ukraine Mykhailo Hrushevskyi.

  Kharkiv University is associated with the first Ukrainian newspapers and journals and the first scientific societies.

  graduates are commemorated in geographical names, names of space objects, plants and minerals, laws and formulae. Almost 60 University graduates have become academicians and corresponding members of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences (UNAS).

  Many Kharkiv streets are named after professors, researches and alumni of the University.

  The University has initiated the whole system of higher education of the Kharkiv Region.

  Its offspring are the National Academy of Law, the National Pharmaceutical Academy, Kharkiv Medical University, Kharkiv Pedagogical University, the Kharkiv Veterinary Academy, the Kharkiv Academy of Culture, Kharkiv Economic University and other institutions of higher education.

  Today Kharkiv National University has 21 Schools: the School of Biology, the School of Physics and Technology, the School of Radio Physics, the School of Physics, the School of Computer Sciences, the School of Philosophy, the School of Mechanical Engineering, the School of Geology and Geography, the School of Economics, the School of Foreign Languages, the School of History, the School of Philology, the School of Fundamental Medicine, the School of Chemistry, the School of Sociology, the School of Psychology, the School of Law, the School of International Economic Relations and Tourism, the School of Further Education and Retraining, and the School of Physics and Energy.

·        The latter was organized together with the UNAS Institute of Mechanical Engineering.

·        The total University enrollment, including the students of the Center for Training International Students and the Center for Presessional Education, amounts to about 12,000 undergraduate and graduate students and about 400 postgraduate students.

  The University employs up to 1,500 faculty and research staff, including more than 200 doctors of sciences, full professors, and almost 800 PhDs, associate professors.

  About 30% of the University's annual enrollment are school medal winners, another 10% are winners of the third and fourth rounds of Ukrainian school students academic competitions.

 The University is one of the largest research centers in Ukraine. It covers virtually all spheres of modern fundamental research and incorporates the Research Institutes of Chemistry, Biology, and Astronomy, the Institute of Physics and Engineering, and the Institute of High Technologies.

  The University is the leading research organization of international several space programs.

  Within the framework of international programs its researchers co-operate with scientists from the USA, Canada, Russia, Germany, Turkey, China, Japan, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Great Britain and other countries

 centers of Ukraine involved in fundamental and applied research in the Physics of the Sun, the planets, asteroids, comets and satellites.

  The University's Botanical Garden was founded in 1804 and is the oldest botanical garden in Ukraine.

  It is a state preserve with a unique collection of plants representing various botanical and geographic zones of the world.

  The University's Natural History Museum was founded in 1807 and is one of the oldest university museums in the world.

  Every year it opens its doors to 22,000 visitors.

  The total area of the Museum exhibition facilities is 2,000 square meters, and its 23 halls feature about 250,000 exhibits organized into the following sections: the Origin of Man, Darwinism, Zoology, and Geology.

  The University also has the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography of Slobidska Ukraine with about 150,000 exhibits.

  The University's Central Scientific Library was founded on January 30, 1805.

  In 1987, the decree of the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine established it as an institution of special social importance.

  It numbers 3,500,000 units, including 50,000 unique editions (17 incunabula, over 1,000 manuscripts, 300 palaeotypes, and books by classical writers and scholars published in their lifetime).                                                 

  In October 1999, according to the decree of the President of Ukraine, Kharkiv State University gained the status of a national university and was named in honor of its founder, V.N. Karazin.

  In 2003, following the decree of the President of Ukraine, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University obtained the highest status of a self-governing (autonomous) state university.

  V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University is involved in extensive international cooperation and is an active member of the international community of the leading European and world universities.

  It cooperates with 61 partners in 25 countries of the world.

  Together with other major European universities, in 1988 Kharkiv National University signed the Great University Charter that initiated the Bologna Process.

  The University is a co-founder of the Eurasian University Association and is a member the World and the European University Associations.

  In November 2004 Kharkiv University celebrated 200 years since the day of signing the Foundation Charter, and in January 2005 it marked the 200th anniversary of its foundation.

  President – Bakirov, Vil Savbanovych, DSc (Sociology), Full Professor, Honored Scholar in the Field of

  Science and Technology of Ukraine

  President of V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University

  Doctor of Sciences

 Vil S. Bakirov

  Phone: +38 (057) 705-12-47

  Address: Svobody sq., 4, Kharkov, 61022

  Office: 3-46


  Main goal of the Ukrainian-Indian Academic Center is to promote Ukrainian-Indian collaboration through education, science and culture.

  Ukrainian-Indian Academic Center created in V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University.

  It was opened to implement the following objectives:

  Establish and develop productive academic relations of the University and other higher educational institutions in Kharkiv with scientific, educational, business and cultural institutions in India;

  Initiating and supporting joint projects in the field of education, science, academic exchanges and culture;

  Organizing lectures, meetings, round tables and other events devoted to Indian history, culture, economy and Ukrainian-Indian relations

Teaching Staff

  The University's faculty include 21 academicians and corresponding members of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences and specialized academies of Ukraine, and 50 winners of the State Award. The University has about 20 world famous scientific schools committed to intensive research, 5 Expert Examining Boards and 11 Senior Doctorate Expert Examining Board. The University's researchers annually publish 60 to 65 monographs, collections of research papers, over 2,000 articles and abstracts, and hold 20 to 25 international conferences.

  Today the University has 21 Faculties and 125 Departments which provide training for specialists in 61 majors.

  The University also comprises 3 research Institutes (of Astronomy, Biology and Chemistry). Central Scientific Library with over 3.5 million books in its stocks. Botanical Garden.

  University History Museum, Museum of Natural History, Museum of Archeology and Ethnography.

  The total University enrollment, including the students of the Center for Training International Students and the Center for Presessional Education, amounts to about 15,000ungraduate and graduate students and about 400 postgraduate students.

  The University employs up to 1,500 faculty and research staff, including more than 200 doctors of sciences, full professors, and almost 800 PhDs, associate professors.

  Kharkiv National University offers 115 majors and minors, covering the whole scope of modern classical university education.

  Medical Faculty has the following departments:

  Department of surgical diseases,

  Department of internal medicine,

  Department of general practice-family medicine,

  Department of general and clinical immunology and allergology,

  Department of paediatrics,

  Department of obstetrics and gynaecology,

  Department of hygiene and social medicine.

Education System

Medium Of Study:

  Medium is in English medium only.



  There are 2 Semesters in the academic year:

  Autumn Semester — From September to January ,

  Spring Semester — From February to June.



  There are examinations at the end of both semesters.

  The dates of examinations (Session Period) are determined by the Rector, but the examination dates for individual disciplines within the session period are decided by students and faculty members by mutual agreement.

  Student’s performance during the Examinations is Graded as: «Satisfactory»; «Good»; «Excellent» or «Unsatisfactory».

  In order to appear for the exam, a Student must have passed all the Credit-Tests, and must have fulfilled the 100 % attendance



  All students have their vacations twice a year.

  Summer vacations: from July 1 to August 31.

  Winter vacations: from January 15 to February 7.


  Students are coming from all over the world to study MBBS in V.N.KARAZIN so there are 6 multi story buildings are available for hostel

  All hostels are centrally AC with heater facilities

  24 hours hot and cold water facilities

  All rooms are attached with bathrooms

  All Hostel rooms are furnished. 2-3 sharing rooms, Fridge, TV and other basic necessities are available in rooms

  Students at V.N.KARAZIN do not miss Indian vegetarian food, as there is an Indian mess, which serves tasteful Indian meals.

  You can join the mess or do self-cooking .Kitchens are available at all floor


 University has its own mess system, where Indian food is available, veg and non veg meals available to choose for the students.

 Each Hostel has a separate kitchen in each floor where students can cook by themselves.

 All types of vegetables, grains, pulses and fruits are available all around the year

 Indian cooks are generally Panjabi and south Indian

 They prepare delicious dishes every day, mess managed by Indians only, so all care are taken to provide best foods

 V.N karazin & KNMU has join mess, it is one of the best mess in all the universities in the Ukraine and Russia

 Students can feel like home made dishes

  All type of vegetables & fruits  are available at 365 days

  Separate reading room, computer room, recreation hall, Gym also available at every building

  Many Indian Restaurants are available for weekend parties and regular meals


1.Valid passport

2. Class 12 mark or grade sheet

3. Class 10 mark sheet

Fees Structure