Ukraine’s educational institutions have become recognized in the world as a source of quality and affordable university education. Whether seeking for a graduate program, postgraduate, doctorate or research works, many international students today have realized the educational potentials available by studying in Ukraine universities. Because most universities are struggling to cope with the increasing request from international students, consulting companies were licensed by the state center for international education to assist in recruiting international students and augment the admission load on the universities and increase admission efficiency.
Below are answers to some of the repeat questions frequently asked by international students planning to study in Ukraine. They were compiled from the most repeating questions submitted to our support center.
The age limitation for new students planning to study in Ukraine is twenty nine (29) years. This is irrespective of the program of student’s interest. Until recently, this limit used to be thirty years.
Study in Ukraine Admission Resumption Date
There is no unified calendar for all the universities’ admission resumption date. Most have their in-house admission calendar, but normally resumes from March / April, and admissions can continue till November, and sometimes beyond. However, students arriving after 1st of September, which is the official resumption date for all academic activities in Ukraine, might have to enroll for a one year language preparatory program.
Students enrolling directly into the main course or planning to study in English language are expected to have arrived before 1st of September.