After the independence of Ukraine, the Black Sea area had become the area of high economic importance in the country. Thus, in 1965, the university opened a branch called “Kyiv Mohyla Academy” which began training various professionals for the specialization needs by teachers from the Ukrainian State Sea Technical University which was in association with the government.
Even being the youngest university, Black Sea National University has achieved the tremendous heights for itself, in research community both nationally & internationally and has become the most eye-catching destination in the southern part of the country. This is the main reason behind its success and for being counted among the Top Medical Universities of Ukraine.
BSNU invites leading international scholars to give lectures, hold seminars and various workshops, and encourages expansion in practices of the students and teachers by embracing opportunities to study abroad. The university employs an astounding number of employees with about 310 teaching staff and enrols about 4000 students on a yearly basis.
The University has attained much recognition from various international bodies like the Medical Council of India & is enlisted with WDOMS.
In the year 2009, BSNU was placed at 24th out of 200 in international recognition and 40th in the overall UNESCO ranking of Ukrainian universities which is a good indicator for a young institution.
The University firmly believes in international cooperation as a part of the formation and maintenance of the educational quality standards. The University also has strong links with different international organizations & foreign universities to facilitate the intellectual growth of the students.
- Faculty of Medicine (MBBS)
- Faculty of Physical and Medical Rehabilitation
- Faculty of Medical Biology, Human Anatomy, Histology, Cytology and Embryology