Lviv National Medical University
Established in 1784, Location-Lviv, Ukraine
Choosing the place to study medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy is not an easy way by all means. However, I would like to invite you to attend one of Europe's most challenging medical Universities, the authority of which is well known throughout the world, and in which many renowned individuals were taught or have worked. It is Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University. The University has a truly international and historical atmosphere. Here you can meet and join a company of people with different cultural and religious backgrounds.
One of our primary purposes is to help students achieve the highest academic standards. Most of the University departments are well supplied with educational, diagnostic, medical, and scientific equipment. The students are provided with computer classes and Internet access.
Nowadays students have the possibility to overcome the first difficulties on the way of scientific knowledge acquisition under the supervision of experienced professors, scientists, researchers, all those who support traditionally high levels of Lviv medical scientific schools.
We would like to welcome all who are interested in joint research programs, international exchange, and educational projects. I am sure that our highly motivated and internationally recognized professors will offer the best preparation for the medical profession. Sincerely yours,
Eugene Varyvoda, MD. Ph.D.,
Dean of Foreign Students
With rich farmlands, a well-developed industrial base, highly trained labor, and a good education system, Ukraine has the potential to become a major European economy. Personal incomes are rising. The macroeconomy is stable, while economic growth continues.
Ukraine is rich in natural resources. It has a major ferrous metal industry, producing cast iron, steel, and steel pipe, and its chemical industry produces coke, mineral fertilizers, and sulfuric acid. Manufactured goods include airplanes, turbines, metallurgical equipment, diesel locomotives, and tractors. It also is a major producer of grain, sunflower seeds, and sugar and has a broad industrial base, including much of the former U.S.S.R.'s space and rocket industry. Although proven onshore and offshore oil and natural gas reserves are small, it has important energy sources, such as coal, and large mineral deposits, and is one of the world's leading energy transit countries, providing transportation of Russian and Caspian oil and gas across its territory. Ukraine encourages foreign trade and investment.