Programs offered and their durationDegrees (Equivalency)
2 years nursing programADN (Associate Degree in Nursing)
4 years Bachelor programBSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing)
2 years Bachelor program (for students already having ADN degree)BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing)
2 years Master program 
Distance Learning Programs
2 years Bachelor program (for students already having ADN degree)BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing)
2 years Master programMSN (Master of Science in Nursing)

Reasons for studying in Ukrainian universities:

  • A Ukrainian diploma allows you to start your career or continue your studies in any other country.
  • Ukraine has entered into approximately 30 official intergovernmental agreements on the mutual recognition of certificates, academic ranks, and titles, with about 40 more such agreements currently in the approval process.
  • Ukraine is a member of the Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents, as well as the Lisbon Recognition Convention on the recognition of qualifications concerning higher education in the European region. Many graduates of Ukrainian universities successfully work in the USA, Canada, and European countries.
  • After graduating, you’ll receive qualifications aligned with study models adopted in most countries. Many Ukrainian universities have implemented the Bologna reforms, integrating into European education and research communities.
  • International partnerships with institutions worldwide provide opportunities for direct interaction and global academic exchange, enhancing student experiences and practice in different countries.
  • Ukraine is free from racial, ethnic, or religious conflicts, with cordial and hospitable people.
  • Low cost of living. The cost of living in Ukraine is much lower compared to European or American countries.
  • Tuition fees are also significantly lower than those found in Europe and the USA.
  • Universities in Ukraine offer dormitory rooms, and you can rent apartments as well.

Language of education:

Students are free to choose the language in which their courses are conducted. Currently, courses are offered in English, Ukrainian, and Russian. About 90% of foreign students receive education in English.
Students who wish to receive training in Ukrainian or Russian can enroll in the Preparatory Department, which offers a 10-month preparatory program including Ukrainian or Russian language courses.

Distance Learning Programs:

Distance learning is a flexible program that allows students to choose their study times (day or evening shifts). These programs are designed especially for professional nurses with busy schedules.
The BSN program provides a foundation for professional practice and further education, while the MSN program offers nursing qualifications for advanced practice, clinical leadership, or teaching.

Many students from the USA and Canada who have completed this educational program have successfully graduated and received their BSN Degree. The diplomas of graduates are recognized by accreditation agencies that are members of AMCES (National Association of Credential Evaluation Services) and accepted by hospitals in the USA and Canada.