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ENIC UKRAINE Digest Online

ENIC UKRAINE recaps 2019 and chalks out its pathway for 2020 in its last in the previous decade and the first in the ongoing decade digest «Recognition of qualifications in Ukraine and worldwide».

2019 will remain in the history of our Centre as the year of our 10th anniversary. We have a lot to be proud of and a lot to be striving for: ambitious international projects, fruitful cooperation with our partners within the ENIC-NARIC Networks and in Ukraine, active involvement into the drafting process and reviewing of the national legislation and international documents concerning education, supporting HEIs in organizing the recognition procedure in compliance with the current legal regulations and the best world practices, steady and high-quality everyday work in verification and recognition service provision, informing and consulting on education systems, academic mobility, building fair, comprehensive and transparent recognition procedures in Ukraine, creating positive image and good reputation of Ukrainian education across the world.

All the above-mentioned and more in the new ENIC UKRAINE digest «Recognition of qualifications in Ukraine and worldwide».

Do we comply? ENIC Ukraine takes part in the first PLA of the I-Comply project


The Global Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications Concerning Higher Education to be adopted by the UNESCO 40th General Conference Session


Do I-Comply? Inviting HEIs to discuss the compliance of the foreign qualifications recognition in Ukraine with LRC


Higher Education Admission Requirements for the Students from the Arab Republic of Egypt for the Academic Year 2018-2019


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New Regulations Concerning Access of Indian Students to Higher Medical Education For the Academic Year 2018-2019

In 2018, the Embassy of India in Ukraine informed that Indian Citizens/Overseas Citizens, intending to obtain primary medical qualification from any medical institution outside India from 2018 onwards, shall have to mandatory qualify the “National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for Admission to MBBS course”, an external national assessment for entry to study for a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) degree, and provide an appropriate certificate to an educational institution.

Subsequently, in consultation with the Medical Council of India (MCI), the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of India, has decided to grant one-time exemption from the requirement of qualifying NEET for the academic year 2018-2019 to only those who had not registered at all for NEET 2018 and desired to take admission in MBBS or equivalent medical course in a medical university outside the country in the present academic year 2018-2019,  if the candidate justifies valid reasons for not registering for the exam and obtain eligibility certificate from the Medical Council of India (MCI). The Medical Council of India may at its discretion verify from the CBSC whether such undertaking is genuine or not. In case, the undertaking is proved fake, false or forged, appropriate action as permissible in law, including cancelation of eligibility certificate, would be taken against such candidates.   

The Embassy of India in Ukraine also informed that from September 2018, Indian students are not recommended to enter some higher education institutions of Ukraine (Note of the Embassy of India in Ukraine № 326/1/2018, June 22, 2018).

Note of the Embassy of India in Ukraine № 326/1/2018, May 01, 2018

Note of the Embassy of India in Ukraine № 326/1/2018, June 22, 2018

Note by the Embassy of India in Ukraine № 326/1/2018 dated 09/25/2018