Dear Students!

Bright Star Company is an educational company in Ukraine with a high level experience in leading educational consultants for studies. Our students from various countries and many of them have successfully completed their studies and now working in their countries or in other countries with success. The company has an authorization from the ministry of Education in Ukraine, and has contracts with many of the best universities. We self have different high educations in medicine and engineering which help us with our experiences to understand what students exactly need and put us in the right place between the universities and students. Our principal aim is to quickly deal with all educational issues in the most efficient ways using our experiences and skills. We are part of the system here and we actively communicate with both students and teaching staff, and able to provide expert advice and guidance at all levels of the academic ladder.

We have a very good relationships with our students beginning from the contract of admission to different universities and follow their whole courses and even afterwards. We always pleased to get your suggestions to improve our services.

Welcome to Ukraine!

Ukraine is the land of primordial beauty. This is the source of life for romantic Slavonic soul. This is the land which entertains Cossaks bravery in times of their exciting heroic deeds.

Ukraine is a country in Eastern Europe. Ukraine borders Belarus to the northwest , Russian Federation to the east and northeast, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary to the west, Romania and Moldova to the southwest. The South of Ukraine is washed by Black Sea and Sea of Azov.

Famous people of Ukraine

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Ukraine has substantial economic potential. The key sector of the economy is industry. It accounts for the greatest part of the national income. Agriculture is important as well.

Co-operation with international financial organization, with International Monetary Fund (IMF), International and European banks of reconstruction and development (IBRD and EBRD) helps to introduce the programs of financial stabilization and attract privilege credit resources to the economy of the country.

Ukraine has a mostly temperate continental climate, although the southern Crimean coast has a humid subtropical climate. Precipitation is disproportionately distributed; it is highest in the west and north and lowest in the east and southeast. Western Ukraine receives around 1,200 millimeters (47.2 in) of precipitation annually, while Crimea receives around 400 millimeters (15.7 in). Winters vary from cool along the Black Sea to cold farther inland. An average winter temperature is from -8˚C to -12˚C (from +17.6˚F to +3˚F). In Southern regions winter temperature is about 0˚C (+320F). An average summer temperature: from +18˚C to +25˚C (from +64.4˚F to +77˚F) but during daytime it can reach +35˚C (+95˚F).

The total population of Ukraine was estimated at 45,426,200 in January 2014. The largest city in Ukraine is Kyiv (capital of Ukraine). Ukraine is inhabited by representatives of 128 nations, nationalities, and ethnic groups.

Ukraine - the host country of Euro 2012

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The state language of Ukraine is Ukrainian. Russian, which was the de facto official language of the Soviet Union, is widely spoken, especially in eastern and southern Ukraine. There are some groups speaking Crimean-Tatar, Romanian, Polish, Hungarian and other languages.

Religion: Believers belong to several religions. Orthodox and Greek Catholic (Ukrainian Catholic of Byzantine Rite) are the biggest.

Hryvna is a national currency of Ukraine. It has been the national currency since September 2, 1996.

Modern Ukraine culture has a lot in common with Russian and Belarusian cultures. It is quite understandable as all three nations have their historical roots and origins from Kievan Rus, but during the 13th century they began developing as the individual nations they are now. History demonstrates that every nation tends to create legends and stories about its historical past. Historical events are often interpreted in a way people desire to see them, but that does not mean that this is the way the real events took place.

Crimea is situated on the Crimea peninsula. It is between the Black Sea in the west and south, and the Sea of Azov — in the east. The total area of the republic is 26 100 km². It is also the main resort and tourist area of Ukraine.

Some features that are advantageous to the development of Ukraine tourism:

· Over 500 cities of Ukraine were founded more than 900 years ago, also 4,500 villages of Ukraine are more than 300 years old.

· More than 150-thousand monuments of culture, history, and archeology reflect the remarkable history of the Ukrainian people. 80 % of the monuments of Kyivan Rus epoch (IX - XII centuries) are concentrated in the territory of Ukraine.

· The excavations of ancient towns in Tira, Olviya, Chersonese, Panticapea dating from the 5th century B.C. as well as the magnificent fortresses built in the 14th-15th centuries by Italians from Genoa, are located in Crimea.

· More than 600 museums introduce the most outstanding facts and personalities of Ukrainian history and culture.

· Ukraine has excellent and diverse geography, climatic conditions, and scenic nature. Ukraine tourism operators consider the Black Sea and the Crimea as an ideal place for mountaineering, mountain bicycling, rock climbing and diving. The Carpathian mountains are a traditional place for skiing, mountaineering and kayaking.

· Many regions of Ukraine have saved their ethnic originality. Tourists therefore have a great opportunity to get acquainted with national culture, songs, dances, and meals.

Carpathian Mountains (Ukrainian Switzerland)

Carpathians named the area of “green gold”. The unique for the Central Europe ancient beech forests are preserved there. Numerous flocks of sheep are wondering around the hills of blue mountains and bushes of red bilberries and blackberries ripen at plateau.


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Carpathians is a mounting and resort system. It is situated at the territory of some European countries from Slovakia to Romania, including Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary. Eastern part of massif towering under the Ukrainian sky and the rest at the nature near the international class resorts is accessible by prices more reasonable that it is in Sochi or Crimea. The main property of the nature of Carpathians is its purity. There are few industrial enterprises and rivers and lakes shine with bright blue, actually transparent water. Trout are in the most of Carpathian rivers and lakes and it is one more evidence of high ecological purity and health of region (because trout do not live even in slightly dirty water).Some of the rivers in Carpathians considered to be the purest in Europe. And Synevir Lake, the pearl of the Ukrainian resort officially considered the purest lake in Europe. Mineral and thermal sources are the separate point during the traveling. Somebody will visit them because of interest and for some people the recreation in sanatorium becomes long-awaiting rescue from many illnesses. There are many forests there. Coniferous and beech, with great quantity of rare and valuable trees grow in reserves as well as in the forests. The air of Carpathian forests is brilliant, fresh and with high content of ozone and natural coniferous aroma (the feeling is like you have visited the free séance of aromatherapy). You can hunting, fishing and gather mushrooms and berries here.


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The tourist infrastructure of Carpathians is rather developed. There are many hotels and sanatoriums, recreation centers and pensions, cottages and private houses. You can choose anything to your program and taste.

Main points of region which you have to visit are:

· Synevir Lake (the purest in Europe)

· Valley of daffodils (especially in spring)

· Hoverla Mountain (2061 m height above the sea level, it is opened for tourism from May to October)

· Nesamovyte lake (the Alpine lake of Carpathians is situated at the height of 1750 m near Goverla)

· Center of Europe (geographic center of Europe – simple and with taste).

Of course, we can not describe all sights of the region here. But visiting any of this places will give you the direction where to go next time depending on where it is interesting for you to go.

Welcome to Dnepropetrovsk!

The city of Dnipropetrovsk (Ukr.) or Dnepropetrovsk (Rus.) is situated on the Dnieper River (Dnepr or Dnipro) in East-Central Ukraine (look World map and Ukraine map), and has a population of 1 million (third city in the country by population).
Large and beautiful, it is the main city of East-Central Ukraine.

Dnipropetrovsk - simply Dnepr, as it is called by local inhabitants is a dynamic and lively city.
The city is surprising green along the wide and slow-moving Dnieper river (Dnepr in Russian, Dnipro in Ukrainian) and has remarkable embankments, long boulevards and spacious parks. It is also the major centre of high-technology industries, education, machine-building, metallurgy and trade. The city is not only famous for its commercial industry, but also its green hills and deep history.

The old fortress settlement has existed since the middle of the 16th century. The new town was founded in 1776 by the Russian Prince, Potemkin by order of Catherine II, Empress of the Russian Empire and was called Yekaterinoslav (Ekaterinoslav) from 1776 to 1926. During 1918 the town’s name was Sicheslav (The Glory for Sich’/Fortress of Cossacks).

Dnipropetrovsk has been the major center of the steel industry from the beginning of the 20th century until the present. It has also dominated in the machinebuilding and aero-spacebuilding industry since the 1950s.