Conditions and stages of admission to universities for bachelor’s and master’s programs;
The Swiss Embassy in Kyiv coordinates the application process in Ukraine, which, in particular, accepts the dossier, monitors its compliance with the requirements of the commission and conducts preliminary selection.
The Federal Commission for Scholarships for Foreigners provides three types of scholarships to Ukrainian scientists:
Research scholarships; PHD scholarships; Postdoctoral Scholarships; for studies at Swiss universities, federal polytechnics and higher schools of applied sciences.
Detailed information on different types of scholarships for candidates from different countries and the conditions of the competition for the 2020-2021 academic year are published on the website of the Federal Commission.
To obtain application documents (conditions of participation in the competition, application form, form for research, form of letter of recommendation, form of medical certificate, recommendations for finding a supervisor) should apply in writing to the Embassy of Switzerland (olena.gut @ eda.admin). ch or email@example.com).
The package of application documents must be printed out and submitted in duplicate to the Swiss Embassy in Kiev by December 5, 2019.
Information on teaching and research in various Swiss universities is available on the swissuniversities website.
A free seminar on studying in French universities will be held in Kyiv
Seminar "Higher Education in France" from Campus France
As part of the International Exhibition "Education Abroad" in Kiev will be a free seminar "Higher Education in France", which will be held by a representative of Campus France Ukraine.
During the seminar, participants will learn about:
Opportunities for free training; Obtaining scholarships for foreign citizens, international exchange programs; How to find and choose your university; Features of registration of the academic dossier for receipt; Conditions and stages of admission to universities for bachelor’s and master’s programs; Teaching in English; Features of admission to certain popular specialties; Tuition fees at private and public universities; Working conditions during training; Prospects for employment after training; Language requirements and language certificates; Accommodation costs, availability of dormitories, etc.
Time and date of the seminar: Kyiv, November 16, 15.00 (Kyiv, Khreshchatyk St., 2, Ukrainian House).
Speaker: Olga Hvorostenko, representative of Campus France Ukraine.
Conditions of participation: For free participation in the seminar you need to register for the exhibition "Education Abroad" in Kiev.
The best universities in Slovakia offer free European education for Ukrainians
Free education in Slovakia for Ukrainians
Slovakia offers Ukrainian entrants the opportunity to receive free education at the best universities without passing exams and providing external evaluation results.
Slovakia is a dynamically developing industrial country. At the same time, the price level for many goods and services can be compared with the Ukrainian one.
In recent years, Slovakia has boasted a significant increase in production, especially in the Bratislava area, as well as an increase in foreign investment. Slovakia was able to reorient to the Western market in a very short time and create a full-fledged market economy. Low inflation (1.6%) and exports to EU countries bring profits to the state and business, and Slovakia’s membership in the European Union contributes to further stabilization and economic growth.
At the same time, according to various indicators, the country has not yet reached the level of Western Europe and today is in active need of qualified personnel. In this regard, Slovak universities invite students from neighboring Ukraine to study for free.
Admission of Ukrainians to Slovak universities is organized by the Slovak Study Education Center, which works directly with all universities in Slovakia. The Technical University of Košice and the University of Prešov in Prešov are among the most popular universities in Slovakia, with students from almost all over the country, as well as foreigners.
Košice is the second largest city in the country, located in eastern Slovakia, in the valley of the river Gornad at the foot of the mountain range of Montenegro. Kosice has been known since the 12th century as a royal residence. There are many architectural monuments: Gothic Cathedral of St. Elizabeth, the Calvinist Church, the Ursuline Church, the Franciscan Monastery, the Lutheran Church, the Greek Catholic Church, the Jesuit Church, synagogues, St. Michael’s Church, and others.
This city is a major scientific and educational center. It is home to Kosice-Barca International Airport, the second largest in Slovakia, a large steel plant, and the Constitutional Court.
The Technical University of Košice is one of the best universities in Slovakia. Today, the university has more than sixteen thousand students. The university teaches at the faculties of mechanical engineering, aviation, computer science, mining, ecology, process management and geotechnology, construction, etc.
Prešov is the third largest city in Slovakia after Košice and Bratislava, with a population of 100,000 and is a real campus.
Here is one of the largest in Slovakia Presov University. It is the third largest university in Slovakia. The university has more than 12,500 students and about 1,000 teachers.
The University of Presov has its history since 1880 and consists of several faculties: the Greek Catholic Theological Faculty (1880), the Faculty of Education (1949), the Orthodox Theological Faculty (1950), the Faculty of Philosophy (1959), the Faculty of Humanities and Sciences (1997). Health (2002), Faculty of Management (2004), Faculty of Sports (2004). 123helpme.me The university offers training in many specialties, which can be found in more detail on the website of the Slovak Study educational center.
The educational programs offered by Slovakia meet European standards, as this country is a member of the European Union, and graduates of Slovak universities receive European diplomas of higher education, which provide the opportunity to work in any country in the world that recognizes European education.
Another advantage for Ukrainians is the extraordinary closeness of the Ukrainian and Slovak languages. Ukrainians going to study in Slovakia can come to the country without knowledge of the Slovak language and attend 3-month language courses in parallel with the start of their studies. Constant stay in the language environment at the same time with the courses helps to quickly adapt to the understanding of the Slovak language and free communication. The Slovak language is very similar to Russian and Ukrainian and is easy to learn. Usually, a six-month stay in a language environment will be enough for full adaptation.
Ukrainians studying at Slovak universities are free to visit the neighboring Czech Republic and Austria, as well as other European Union countries. In addition, all students have the right to issue an ISIC-card, which provides the opportunity to receive significant discounts on travel around the world (up to 40%) and discounts in many shops, entertainment centers, restaurants and cafes.
For travel and student exchange between universities in different countries, students of Slovak universities can also participate in the Erasmus program, which has long been popular among students around the world.
A nice difference between studying in Slovakia and the rest of Europe is the opportunity to get a European education for free.
Students of the Technical University of Košice and the University of Prešov are provided with a high-quality block-type dormitory (2 rooms with all amenities in one block). The room can accommodate up to 3 people. Accommodation in a hostel is paid and is 45 euros per month. At the same time, a three-course lunch in the student canteen costs only 1.5 euros, which makes it possible to fit into a fairly small by European standards monthly budget for accommodation and meals – 200-250 euros per month.
When enrolling in Slovak universities for free, entrants need to pay only the associated costs, which include the services of the Slovak Study: nostrification of documents, negotiations with the university on enrollment without exams, enrollment support, support for the first obtaining a residence permit … immediately after enrolling the student. In addition to the services of the educational center, the student must also pay for visas, language courses, medical insurance and medical examinations.
A European diploma, knowledge of Slovak, Russian, Ukrainian and English (in-depth study of English is provided by the curriculum) give a graduate of a Slovak university all the chances for a successful career.
You can get more detailed information about admission to Slovak universities, conditions of free education, living in Slovakia, learning Slovak at the Slovak Study Education Center by calling 38 (050) 549 04 03, +38 (068) 823 04 03 or e- mail slovakstudy @ gmail.com.
A seminar on admission and training in Polish universities will be held in Kyiv, Kharkiv and Dnipro
Attend the seminars "Higher Education in Poland"
As part of the International Exhibition "Education Abroad", which is being held this year in Kiev, Kharkov and the Dnieper, seminars "Higher Education in Poland" will be held by representatives of the municipal association of Polish universities "Study in Wroclaw".
During the seminar, participants will learn about:
Conditions and stages of admission to universities; Undergraduate and graduate programs; The most popular specialties; Opportunities for scholarships for foreign citizens and international exchange programs; Features of admission to certain popular specialties; Programs for admission and their cost; Tuition fees at private and public universities; Conditions of employment during training; Prospects for employment after training; Language requirements and language certificates; The difference between public and private universities; Teaching in English at Polish universities; The cost of living and accommodation, the availability of dormitories, etc.
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