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Hey guys,
I'm thinking of applying to Dnipro Medical Institute of traditional and non-traditional medicine in Ukraine this year, but there's next nothing in regards to information about what this Uni is like. Is there anyone who's already there or is thinking of going there that could help a soul out and share any information you may have?
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Thank you for taking time to reply
I wanted to know more information about what it's like there from people who have experienced it, especially international students, as when I look there's next to nothing. Do you know anyone who's already graduated from there or already attends there?
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There is a lot of information when you Google it. It's a good university
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Hey guys,
I'm thinking of applying to Dnipro Medical Institute of traditional and non-traditional medicine in Ukraine this year, but there's next nothing in regards to information about what this Uni is like. Is there anyone who's already there or is thinking of going there that could help a soul out and share any information you may have?
Is it safe there?
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Yeah this is also what I'm trying to find out too
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Is it safe there?
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Yeah this is also what I'm trying to find out too
I’ve checked the government website as it’s close to the Donetsk region. It’s safe to visit but they do advise caution when travelling there
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Dnipro is a very safe city, it's way off Crimea
Crimea is actually fairly safe. Donetsk is eastern Ukraine is the place to worry about, and Dnipro is fairly close by
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I believe it's 200 miles away from Donetsk? Anyway, even if it was close that doesn't mean it's unsafe
It’s 100 miles from the border of Donetsk Oblast. But yes it’s perfectly fine
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Crimea is actually fairly safe.
Joke of the year, as we used to say
Crimea nowadays is actually fairly safe, until you start mentioning human rights, let alone protecting them God forbid you.
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(Original post by qjai1)
Hey guys,
I'm thinking of applying to Dnipro Medical Institute of traditional and non-traditional medicine in Ukraine this year, but there's next nothing in regards to information about what this Uni is like. Is there anyone who's already there or is thinking of going there that could help a soul out and share any information you may have?
That city is safer than ever, despite current affairs. However, why would you wanna do it exactly in that 'New Jerusalem'?
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Joke of the year, as we used to say
Crimea nowadays is actually fairly safe, until you start mentioning human rights, let alone protecting them God forbid you.
Well if demonstrating against the current situation is what the OP is planning to do, then I wouldn’t recommend going anywhere near Ukraine. However, that wasn’t mentioned in his post
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Quit watching BBC out there
You can go anywhere in Ukraine. In the Eastern part you can safely go/live as close as 30km away from the contact line. Just believe me
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Good luck buying your degree: https://www.insidehighered.com/blogs...l-universities
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Good luck buying your degree: https://www.insidehighered.com/blogs...l-universities
That’s hardly representative of every student studying in Ukraine. Just look at the recent scandal involving top American universities
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It is representative of the system in which students need to learn skills and knowledge.

Invest your time and money wisely if you want a future.
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That’s hardly representative of every student studying in Ukraine. Just look at the recent scandal involving top American universities
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