Monthly Archives: September 2020

Dear Students!

DEAR STUDENTS, Please take the part in a survey is designed to determine the quality of education for the previous academic year. This analysis will help increase the effectiveness of students learning and will define the best lecturers, teachers and disciplines for the previous academic year. This year, the survey will take place remotely through the Google-forms. To pass the questionnaire, please follow the link and choose the faculty and course you were studying at: https://eq-sector.tdmu.edu.ua/rating-anquest (for home students), https://eq-sector.tdmu.edu.ua/rating-survey (for international students). Please remember Continue reading →

Information for Students

DEAR STUDENTS! We kindly ask you to take part in the questionnaire about the determination of the education quality for the last academic year. The analysis of these datas will help increase the effectiveness of student learning, and allow to identify the best lecturers, teachers, and disciplines for the previous academic year. This year, the survey will be conducted remotely through the Google-forms tool. For taking part in the questionnaire, please follow the link and choose the faculty and course for which you will take Continue reading →

TNMU Has Got the Most Recent Laboratory Equipment

I. Horbachevsky Ternopil National Medical University as a winner of the Instrumental Access 2019 programme by Seeding Labs, a non-profit organization from Boston, has got the most recent laboratory equipment (https://seedinglabs.org/programs-and-impact/instrumental-access/ia2019/ternopil-state-medical-university/). Making scientific resources available through charitable contributions by large corporations such as Harvard University, Merck, GE Healthcare Life Sciences, Novartis, Takeda, the US government organization USAID and other is the mission of this non-profit organization. The contestants were chosen very carefully: it was necessary to justify their need for equipment, but also to demonstrate Continue reading →