UkraineDonetsk National Medical UniversityUndergraduate

Pediatrics

The Faculty of Pediatrics provides theoretical instruction and practical training to students in the Pediatrics degree at the Donetsk National Medical University. Teaching and training take place at the Pediatrics Clinic and the Perinatology Centre of Donetsk National Medical University Hospital. The educational programs of the faculty are very close to those of “General Medicine”, however, there is a are a lot of research performed on the basis of deeper learning of the peculiarities of the vitality of the infantile organism. Students are able to study pediatrics, surgery of a child’s age, and many other disciplines. After completing the educational program students acquire the diploma of a pediatrician and have an opportunity to be engaged in treating patients at children’s hospitals, continue their studies, and be involved in research work.

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Duration
6 years
Tuition Fee
$4,400 annually
Level
Undergraduate
Attendance
On Campus
Format
Full Time

Description

About the Department

The Faculty of Pediatrics provides theoretical instruction and practical training to students in the Pediatrics degree at the Donetsk National Medical University. Teaching and training take place at the Pediatrics Clinic and the Perinatology Centre of Donetsk National Medical University Hospital. The educational programs of the faculty are very close to those of “General Medicine”, however, there is a are a lot of research performed on the basis of deeper learning of the peculiarities of the vitality of the infantile organism. Students are able to study pediatrics, surgery of a child’s age, and many other disciplines.  After completing the educational program students acquire the diploma of a pediatrician and have an opportunity to be engaged in treating patients at children’s hospitals, continue their studies, and be involved in research work. 

The Pediatrics Clinic consists of five departments – one for infants and toddlers, one for children of all ages, one for pediatric hematology and hemato-oncology, and two departments for pediatric resuscitation care. These departments have a total of 50 pediatric beds, of which 12 are used for intensive and/or resuscitation care. Neonatology teaching and training take place at three neonatal units (a neonatal unit, an intermediary care unit, and a neonatal intensive care/resuscitation unit). There are a total of 70 neonatal beds available, 21 of them used for intensive neonatal care. Teaching is provided by a total of 16 specialists in pediatrics and/or neonatology. 

The Core Subjects 

● ADHD

● Adolescent Medicine

● Antibiotic Resistance

● Asthma

● Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

● Congenital Heart Disease

● Exercise and Sports Medicine

● Genomic Medicine

● Hospital Medicine

● HPV and Cervical Cancer

● Immunization

● Moderate to Severe Asthma

● Neonatal Medicine

● Obesity and Weight Management

● Otitis Media

● Pediatric Dermatology

● Pediatric Hospital Medicine

● Pediatric Ophthalmology

● Pediatrics/Neonatal Care Nursing

● Rare Diseases

● Residents

● Women’s Sexual Health

● Wound Management

● Insulin Therapy

● Integrative Medicine

● Interventional Cardiology & Surgery

● Sleep Disorders

● Social Determinants of Health

● Spinal Disorders 

● Health Diversity

● Healthcare Reform & the ACA 

● Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition

● Parkinson’s Disease

● Patient Safety

● Pediatric Dermatology

● Pediatrics/Neonatal Care Nursing

● Pediatric Ophthalmology 

● Eating Disorders

● Electronic Health Records

● Emerging and Reemerging Infectious Diseases


The Educational Activity 

The Department teachers provide the pediatrics and neonatology courses for students at other departments (degrees for midwives, paramedics, nutrition therapists, physiotherapists, and ergo therapists). The core of pediatrics teaching is provided during the course of study, the theoretical teaching, covering the following areas:

● Acute pediatric conditions

● Pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, and nutrition

● Pediatric nephrology, including elimination methods and dialysis

● Pediatric cardiology

● Pediatric hematology and oncology

● Pediatric pneumology

● Pediatric endocrinology and diabetology

● Pediatric rheumatology and osteology

● Genetic illnesses, including hereditary metabolic disorders

● Neonatology

● Adolescent medicine

● Developmental and behavioral pediatrics

● Diagnostic laboratory immunology

● Medical Toxicology

● Neonatal-Perinatal medicine

● Pediatric cardiology

● Pediatric critical care medicine 

● Pediatric cardiology

● Pediatric hematology/oncology 

● Pediatric surgery 

● Pediatric emergency medicine and critical care 

● Pediatric infectious diseases 

● Pediatric hospice and palliative medicine

● Pediatric pulmonology 

During the study period, students take part in a practical placement (prior to their final examinations). They demonstrate their ability to apply their theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the field of pediatrics. Pediatrics graduates provide not only medical care for children who are acutely or chronically ill but also preventive health services for healthy children. A pediatrician manages the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of the children under their care at every stage of development, in both sickness and health. The Faculty’s aim is to reduce infant and child rates of death, control the spread of infectious disease, promote healthy lifestyles for long disease-free life and help ease the problems of children and adolescents with chronic conditions. High-quality professionals are concerned not only with immediate management of the ill child but also with long-term effects on quality of life, disability, and survival. Graduates are involved with the prevention, early detection, and management of problems including developmental delays and disorders, behavioral problems, functional disabilities, social stresses, and mental disorders including depression and anxiety disorders.


 

Requirement

A copy of your High School Diploma (O LEVEL & A LEVEL) e.g (WAEC, NECO, SAT, KCSE, ZIMSEC, GCE)

A copy of your International passport Bio-data page.

A copy of your recent Passport Photo.

A valid copy of your Result Checker Card.

All applicants for undergraduate degree courses must possess a minimum qualification of five (5) credits, in the Senior Secondary School Certificate (WAEC, NECO, SAT, KCSE, ZIMSEC, GCE).


Fees

Tuition fee for English medium: 4400 US$ (every year)
Tuition fee for Russian medium: 4000 US$ (every year)
Accommodation: 1000 US$ every year (twin sharing a newly renovated hostel with new furniture
and utensils)
Medical Insurance: 600 US$ (for the complete duration of the study, 100US$ per year) ONLY FOR
FIRST-YEAR
Medical Check-Up, Temporary Residence Permission: 200 US$ ONLY FOR FIRST YEAR
Other Expenses (Administrative Fee, Admission Fee, Registration Fee, Airport Reception
Charges, Immigration Clearance Charges, Intermediary Company Charges, etc.): 1800 US$ ONLY
FOR FIRST YEAR
First-year total charges: 8000 US$ - For English Medium
Second-year and Onwards for English medium: 5400 US$ every year
(Accommodation, Medical Insurance, Registration, etc. Included) - For English Medium
Tuition Fee $4,400 annually
Application Fee $0
Acceptance Fee $0
Housing Fee $100- $120 monthly
Living Fee $150- $200 monthly

Addition Information

DegreeMD
Duration6 years
AttendanceOn Campus
LevelUndergraduate
Country🇺🇦 Ukraine
Campuses
Main Campus
FormatFull Time
Intakes
Fall 2023, Fall 2024
Study LanguageUkrainian, Russian, English
Application Fee$0

$4,400 per year

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