Top universities of Ukraine authorize ‘iFASt Professionals’ to recruit students - watsupptoday.com
Top universities of Ukraine authorize ‘iFASt Professionals’ to recruit students
Posted 29 Apr 2017 01:01 PM

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Medicine has been a noble profession and a Doctor commands highest respect in a society like ours but due to corruption in selection process, even meritorious candidates failed to secure a MBBS seat, but Ukraine is a option for such candidates, as cost of education is lower and quality and standard of education is high there.
Around 2,500 students each year go to Ukraine from India to study medicine. Gurgaon based company “iFASt Professionals” is leading in this domain and is providing assistance to students and their parents. Top Government Universities of Ukraine, which are over 200 years old, also rank in Top 500 globally, have authorized this company to recruit students on their behalf.

These Universities are recognized by Medical Council of India, and have thousands of students from India already studying. The company also organizes MCI coaching in Ukraine, by sending Professors from India.
Contact Details are available on the company website www.fly4studies.com. One can connect with them and like their Facebook page facbook.com/ flyforstudies or subscribe to their Youtube Channel Fly4Studies Dotcom.

Students from India have been travelling to Ukraine for many decades now. Students who have studies in Ukraine are successfully running their practices not only in India, but across the globe. Dr Paramjit Dahiya successfully runs his Nursing Home in Sonepat, Dr Aakash Sehdev is a Pediatrician in Vikaspuri (New Delhi), Dr Abha Tyagi is a Gynacologist in Jaipur, Dr Surinder Pal Singh and Dr Mona Mohini migrated to US and practicing for over 7 years now while Dr Rajesh Mittal is settled in Germany and practices Cardiology. These are just a few names who have studied MBBS in Ukriane and are leading professionals in their field.

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