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Described by Lonely Planet as “one of Europe’s last genuine travel frontiers”, Ukraine is the perfect place for a unique teaching abroad experience. With a rich history, fascinating culture, low cost of living and highly-engaged students, teaching English in Ukraine can also be an incredibly rewarding country to live and work in.

However, it’s not always the easiest location in which to land a (legal!) teaching job! Getting started teaching English in Ukraine can sometimes seem like a daunting process, especially for those who are new to teaching abroad.

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Interested in learning more about Eastern European languages? Thinking about learning one? Read on to find out more.

Are you considering learning an Eastern European language? Might your business be branching out into Eastern Europe? These are just a couple of great reasons to learn more about Eastern European languages. To help you get started, take a look at our brief guide below.

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Studying abroad is one of the most exciting and enriching experiences you can have. Moving to a different country, learning about their culture, meeting all kinds of people can widen your horizons. If you’re thinking about studying abroad, you should consider applying to a college in Ukraine.

Ukraine is a beautiful country with top-notch universities and a lot of studying opportunities. The only thing you’ll need to do is learn about the application and admissions process. To help you get into a Ukrainian university, we’ve put together a list of the best tips for you to follow.

Let’s take a closer look.

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Despite Ukraine is not one of the biggest or most developed countries in Europe, it is the exact place you will come again and again. Cozy cities, friendly people and a welcoming atmosphere attract not only international tourists but also an increasing number of students. Rich history, majestic architecture, eye-catching nature, and a diversity of other attractions will not leave any visitor indifferent.

Additionally, it is inevitable to mention the excellent educational system that gives students an opportunity to get degrees in economy, finance, business, international relations, psychology, philology, and other areas. Following the statistics, over 75 thousand international students from around 150 countries study in Ukraine.

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Jan/20

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Education in Ukraine: 5 Facts

Choosing where to study is a hard decision to make. Everyone wants to study at the most prestigious universities in the world, but your ability and chances at this are an entirely different matter. Moreover, there are students who want to step out of the conventional and common and try out something less popular.

Now, Ukraine might not be a highly popular choice due to the fact that this education in Ukraine is developing rather slowly. However, more and more students like the idea of studying in this little European gem.

That’s why I’ve decided to share with you five important facts about Ukrainian education. Some of these will amaze you, while others will leave you speechless. Regardless, I hope that these help you find the answer to your question: should I study in Ukraine?

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Lviv – probably the most beautiful city in Ukraine. Source

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Jul/17

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Chernivtsi National University

Chernivtsi National University named after Yuriy Fedkovych, one of the greatest writers of western Ukraine, was established in 1875. Today, it is one of the best universities in Ukraine and certainly the most picturesque.

In 2011, the central building of the university – the former residence of the metropolitans of Bukovina and Dalmatia – was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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Jun/11

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Chernovtsy National University

Chernivtsi National University was founded on October 4, 1875 by decree Franz Josef, Emperor of Austro-Hungary. In the beginning there were colleges of theology, philosophy and law.

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