Cherkasy (2)
Cherkassy is located on the right Bank of the Kremenchug reservoir, on the Dnipro river. Cherkasy is an important economic, cultural and educational center. Local attractions include the House of nature, Zoo, and a local history Museum. Pedagogical University is the major center of education in the city.
Chernihiv (2)
Chernihiv is a large city in the north of Ukraine, located on the left bank of the Desna River. Chernihiv is one of the most ancient cities in Europe - it is firstly mentioned in the annals is in 907. Traditions are honored here and in Chernihiv you will also find an excellent national cuisine in all its diversity.
Chernivtsi (2)
Chernivtsi is an incredibly beautiful city of Ukraine, which is popularly called the “Ukrainian Paris”. The city is located in the south-west of the country, on the picturesque bank of the Pond River. Chernivtsi is forty kilometers away from the Romanian border. The university or the “Residence of the Metropolitans” with its magnificent park area is the hallmark of the capital of Northern Bukovina.


Dnieper (9)
Dnipro is the fourth largest city in Ukraine. It is a developed business and industrial center of the country. The city is spread out on the banks of the river of the same name - its parts are connected by three bridges. The Dnieper embankment is the longest in Europe and is around 32 kilometers long. You would like to walk here and enjoy the river views.


Ivano-Frankivsk (2)
Ivano-Frankivsk is a stunning city with a "European appearance". You can enjoy the proximity of Europe not only by looking at the architecture of the city, but also tasting European cuisine in restaurants of the Central part of Ivano-Frankivsk. Despite its provincial image, the city has all the necessary attributes for active night life - bars, clubs, discos and art spaces.


Kamyanets-Podilsky (2)
Kamianets-Podilskyi is one of the oldest cities in Podillya, Ukraine and Europe. The city rises on the high banks of the Smotrich river, fortified by high stone walls, old towers and bastions. You should come to Kamianets-Podilskyi if you really want to study in a real atmospheric city, a city thoroughly imbued with the history of Ukraine.
Kharkiv (19)
Kharkiv is the second most populous city in Ukraine. It is a modern and beautiful city, the center of science and industry. Kharkiv is located on five hills between river valleys. You will find nine rivers in the city and can enjoy walking at the embankments after classes. Kharkiv is the largest educational center in Ukraine: more than 200 thousand students study here. Many of local universities occupy leading positions in European rankings.
Kherson (3)
Kherson is a major sea and river port. It is located in the steppes of the Black Sea lowland on the banks of the Dnieper river to the North of the Black and Azov seas. Kherson is considered the greenest city in southern Ukraine due to to the abundance of greenery and parks. It will take you one hour only to reach the sea from the city.
Kiev (28)
Kiev is a historical center and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Kiev is the capital of Ukraine, a city on the Dnieper river. There are many sacred sites and religious monuments, churches and cathedrals, architectural objects, statues and monuments. Now Kiev is a modern European capital with high skyscrapers and shopping centers, an abundance of parks and squares, rich in museums and libraries, institutes and universities. Kiev is an ancient and modern city, the pride and glory of the Ukraine.
Kropyvnytskyi (1)
Kropyvnytskyi is a charming area with a rich history and deep national traditions. The city is located on the Dnieper hill in the picturesque valley of the river Ingul. Kropyvnytskyi will give you a bright atmosphere and architectural beauty, created in the XIX century. Walking along its picturesque streets, you can spend hours enjoying small elegant buildings, which history is full of many fascinating facts and legends.


Lutsk (2)
Lutsk is a beautiful, ancient city on the picturesque Bank of the Styr river. The legendary Lubart castle, built in the XIV century in the Gothic style, is an interesting attraction and a real pride of the city - this architectural object is included in the list of recognized wonders of Ukraine.
Lviv (5)
Lviv is a beautiful corner of Western Ukraine, steeped in the charming aromas of local national cuisine. Here you can still feel the true spirit of the middle ages. Lviv is a major national cultural, scientific and educational center and the seventh largest city in Ukraine. The historical center of Lviv is included in the UNESCO world heritage list. The city has the largest number of architectural monuments in all of Ukraine.


Mariupol (1)
Mariupol is a city of Donetsk region in South-Eastern Ukraine, the largest city on the coast of the sea of Azov at the mouth of the Kalmius and Kalchik rivers. This is one of the most important centers of Ukrainian metallurgy and mechanical engineering, a major seaport. Mariupol is a real sea resort - it has excellent beaches for swimming and recreation.
Mykolaiv (4)
Nikolaev is a picturesque southern city at the crossing of the Southern Bug and Ingul rivers near the Black sea. The city is primarily known as the city of shipbuilders and was founded in 1789 as a shipyard. National natural Park 'Bugsky Gard', located nearby Nikolaev, is considered a miracle of Ukraine - it combines a beauty of canyons and greenery. Come to Nikolaev, if you want to enjoy both the rivers and the sea.


Odessa (13)
Odessa is a huge industrial and resort center. The port of Odessa is the sea gate of Ukraine. The city is often called "The black sea capital" and "Odessa-mother". It is interesting, original, bright and rich in unique architectural monuments. The symbol and highlight of the city remains the legendary Potemkin stairs, which offer a stunning view of the port and the sea. Don't forget, that Odessa is also a capital of humor, because local people are real connoisseurs of good mood. This is where the annual humor festival is held.


Poltava (5)
Poltava is a really amazing city on the Vorskla river. The city is known for its arboretum Park, which stretches over an area of one hundred and twenty-four hectares - this is where the famous battle of Poltava once took place. Poltava is symbol of a traditional Ukrainian village, very hospitable locals and a real center of Ukrainian national culture.


Rivne (2)
An ancient city with a measured rhythm of life, which is perfect for students who prefer nature and tranquility. There are many inexpensive and cozy restaurants with local flavor in Rivne. Local residents speak a very beautiful, literary Ukrainian language, which will certainly appeal to those who want not only to get a profession, but also to learn the local language.


Sumy (2)
Sumy is a modern and a very green city. It has six large parks and many beautiful lakes. A morning or evening jog around the largest urban lake is what you really need to refresh your head after classes or put your knowledge in the right way. Sumy is also the best place for picnics and BBQ.


Ternopil (4)
Ternopil is the fourth largest city in Western Ukraine, which is a major logistics center. Many national routes pass through the city. The famous 'Love Island' on the city lake is a point of attraction for many young people both in winter and summer for many years.


Vinnitsa (3)
Vinnitsia is a modern, beautiful and cozy city. The largest fountain in Europe Roshen with 3D graphics, lighting and musical accompaniment is a real hallmark of Vinnitsa. Vinitsa is called the 'pearl of Podillya' - the city combines all the advantages of a large regional center with a leisurely pace of life.


Zaporizhia (2)
Zaporozhye is the "cradle" of the Ukrainian Cossacks. The famous city of Ukraine with a population of almost 1 million people, which is well known for its unique wealth of cultural heritage. The city attracts tourists with a beautiful nature, ancient and modern architectural objects. Another great reason to live in Zaporozhye is well equipped city beach.