Permanent Participation in International Organizations

Odessa National Medical University (hereinafter referred to as ONMedU) is a member of the International Association of Universities and the International Scientific Committee of UNESCO. The International Association of Universities, founded in 1950 on the initiative of UNESCO, unites about 600 institutions and organizations from 150 countries. Interaction at the international, national and regional levels allows to identify the main trends and problems of the modern high school in order to make the right strategic and tactical management decisions.

ONMedU is an active member of the Association of Coastal Medical Universities. The purpose of this association is to establish links between medical universities and faculties of the Black Sea and Mediterranean basins to increase the efficiency of research and educational work on the basis of the use of regional economic and cultural ties. Also, ONMedU is a member of the Association of Medical Education in Europe.

ONMedU is a partner and participant in the Bologna process, it adheres to the provisions of the Magna Charta Universitatum, a document that declares the most important ethical and general methodological principles of higher education in Europe. In the reporting period, ONMedU also received and accepted an invitation from the Director of the EU project “National Erasmus + Office in Ukraine” to participate in the EU Erasmus + EU Higher Education Competitions. The officer of ONMedU S.Lun’ko participated in the Seminar “Development of the National Quality Assurance System in Ukraine in accordance with the Bologna process: internal quality assurance systems and the National Quality Assurance Agency” within the framework of the EU project “National Erasmus + Office in Ukraine”.

ONMedU has prepared and sent a Declaration of Accession to the international consortium e-VERUM.

Negotiations and preparations for the formation of the International Club of Honorary Doctors and Visiting Professors of ONMedU are being carried out, the process involves Honorary Doctors from different countries of Europe and the world.