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Hey! I was wondering if anyone here who is already studying in Dnipro medical institute give me an insight on the uni like how is it like and how is the accommodation there as i will be starting in feb so just a bit worried.
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Is Dnipro really that much good because i was googling Dnipro today and come across with some badmouth.
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(Original post by Joseph2020)
Is Dnipro really that much good because i was googling Dnipro today and come across with some badmouth.
It's really hard to tell as, unfortunately there are a lot of fake accounts on TSR from agencies in order to promote their universities. I've looked endlessly for impartial advice & information, but it seems pretty difficult to find. I'm just going to do things the hard way and actually visit the university in person & hopefully talk to current British students, if I'm lucky enough to find them!
I'll keep this thread posted if I find anything worthy of comment. Good luck on your Uni search!
I'm thinking about going in May, If anyone else is also interested in exploring with me, PM me! ^-^
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Yeah but I did not find anything
Get in contact with medlink, the curriculum is something they are able to provide information about.

(Original post by nabiha94)
Hey! I was wondering if anyone here who is already studying in Dnipro medical institute give me an insight on the uni like how is it like and how is the accommodation there as i will be starting in feb so just a bit worried.
My advice would be to check out medlink's youtube channel, full of student and parent interviews on dnipro medical institute and the overall experience
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBi...9XOKEWQ/videos

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Is Dnipro really that much good because i was googling Dnipro today and come across with some badmouth.
Unfortunately there has been an abundance of rival agencies and trolls on the internet trying to make out dnipro to be something that it isn't. My advice is to talk to the students already there, you can do so by asking medlink!'Good' is also subjective, every individual will find a university experience different than others. The only objectively way I can tell you it is good is that it is accepted by all the medical councils all over the world, meaning you are able to work as a doctor anywhere in the world.

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It's really hard to tell as, unfortunately there are a lot of fake accounts on TSR from agencies in order to promote their universities. I've looked endlessly for impartial advice & information, but it seems pretty difficult to find. I'm just going to do things the hard way and actually visit the university in person & hopefully talk to current British students, if I'm lucky enough to find them!
I'll keep this thread posted if I find anything worthy of comment. Good luck on your Uni search!
I'm thinking about going in May, If anyone else is also interested in exploring with me, PM me! ^-^
I would highly recommend visiting the university for yourself if you are able to. There's only so much you can find out on the internet!
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Is Dnipro accredited with GMC? because I have heard from someone that it is not registered with GMC.
That would be a great help if someone can clear my doubts?
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and what did the GMC say when you phoned them to ask them?
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Is Dnipro accredited with GMC? because I have heard from someone that it is not registered with GMC.
That would be a great help if someone can clear my doubts?
Accreditation by the GMC relies on 4 factors:
1. Atleast 5500 hours clinical study/work (it has)
2. Atleast 3 years of med school (it has)
3 Med school is in the World Directory of med schools (it is)
4. They don't specifically say that they don't accredit qualifications from that med school (it doesnt)

Copied and pasted from one of my previous replies^

Also what would put your mind at ease is that Dnipro Medical Institute has graduates registered in the GMC and working as a doctor in the UK. Contact medlink for further information on this.
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(Original post by Hani01)
Accreditation by the GMC relies on 4 factors:
1. Atleast 5500 hours clinical study/work (it has)
2. Atleast 3 years of med school (it has)
3 Med school is in the World Directory of med schools (it is)
4. They don't specifically say that they don't accredit qualifications from that med school (it doesnt)

Copied and pasted from one of my previous replies^

Also what would put your mind at ease is that Dnipro Medical Institute has graduates registered in the GMC and working as a doctor in the UK. Contact medlink for further information on this.
That's true, before I came to Dnipro I asked and I was told that there are graduate doctors from Dnipro working in the UK and registered in the GMC.
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It look like that there is a lot lot of fake accounts and pretending here to be students. this thread is not to advertise any agency but to share ideas and experience in Dnipro Medical Institute..
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That is true I am also feeling the same about it.

(Original post by Joseph2020)
It look like that there is a lot lot of fake accounts and pretending here to be students. this thread is not to advertise any agency but to share ideas and experience in Dnipro Medical Institute..
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That is true I am also feeling the same about it.
I agree, be wary of claims about "I know someone who/my brother did this/my friend studies there..." Especially from members who have recently joined TSR. Agents, you are not welcome here, please respect that people are here for genuine discussions.
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...am a student in Dnipro and all is fine. I'm really wondering why people are asking if it's "accredited" with GMC when such information is easily gleaned from the GMC website; and yeh, it is at time of writing.
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Yes mate Georgia is also accredited with GMC and GDC, Basically it does not effect whether Georgia comes under EU / EEA or not but yes they are.
I really want to know if the degree from outside EU/EEA such as Ukraine or Georgia . Will that make a big difference from those from EU/EEA in terms of working in these countries and or doing postgraduate studies?
Please let me know in details and If you know a detailed thread about this Concern....Thanks
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I really want to know if the degree from outside EU/EEA such as Ukraine or Georgia . Will that make a big difference from those from EU/EEA in terms of working in these countries and or doing postgraduate studies?
Please let me know in details and If you know a detailed thread about this Concern....Thanks
yes, it makes a big difference. If you have an EU degree, you have automatic recognition within the EU; if you do not have an EU degree, you have to go through the recognition procedure which can take ages. Some countries in the EU only allow specialisation with an EU degree.
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yes, it makes a big difference. If you have an EU degree, you have automatic recognition within the EU; if you do not have an EU degree, you have to go through the recognition procedure which can take ages. Some countries in the EU only allow specialisation with an EU degree.
Thank you for great advice. This what I expected so it is better to avoid Ukraine to avoid recognition hassle.
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Thank you for great advice. This what I expected so it is better to avoid Ukraine to avoid recognition hassle.
I wouldn't say it makes a big difference.. The main difference being is that you'll have to sit the UKMLA exam. Which UK will also have to do when it is released.

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yes, it makes a big difference. If you have an EU degree, you have automatic recognition within the EU; if you do not have an EU degree, you have to go through the recognition procedure which can take ages. Some countries in the EU only allow specialisation with an EU degree.
Could you provide some references to which EU countries will only allow specialisation with an EU degree? This is the first I am hearing about it.
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As far as i know It won't make any difference after the end of transition period even EU universities stating that students have to get UKMLA exam to get the recognition.
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(Original post by 2Ariadne2)
It's really hard to tell as, unfortunately there are a lot of fake accounts on TSR from agencies in order to promote their universities. I've looked endlessly for impartial advice & information, but it seems pretty difficult to find. I'm just going to do things the hard way and actually visit the university in person & hopefully talk to current British students, if I'm lucky enough to find them!
I'll keep this thread posted if I find anything worthy of comment. Good luck on your Uni search!
I'm thinking about going in May, If anyone else is also interested in exploring with me, PM me! ^-^
Hey, did you apply in the end? I’m about to apply and I need advice. Can you please pm me?
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I study at Dnipro Medical Institute of Traditional and non traditional medicine in Ukraine. AMA!
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I study at Dnipro Medical Institute of Traditional and non traditional medicine in Ukraine. AMA!

Please how is the place. I would like to do graduate entry medicine. and did you meet any African. how best is their clinical practice.
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I wouldn't say it makes a big difference.. The main difference being is that you'll have to sit the UKMLA exam. Which UK will also have to do when it is released.


Could you provide some references to which EU countries will only allow specialisation with an EU degree? This is the first I am hearing about it.
France / Belgium, for example. Google their medical college or rights to specialise. It's in French (Dutch) obviously.

My point is if you have an EU degree, you'll be recognised automatically and treated like any other EU citizen (if you are an EU citizen, of course) with an EU degree. If you don't have an EU degree, some countries do allow you to specialise subject to further requirements or exams, eg Austria. Others simply do not.

You can find references yourself with regard to the particular country in which you want to specialise.
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