The relocated Luhansk State Medical University develops a development strategy

Опубліковано 7 March 2024 року, о 14:07

Vice Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk chaired a meeting of the Coordination Headquarters for the De-occupied Territories where this was discussed.

The State Institution ‘Luhansk State Medical University’ has appealed to the Ministry of Reintegration to prevent its merger with other higher education institutions and to allow it to work autonomously.

The university’s management and academic staff were instructed to develop a 3-year development strategy for the institution, along with its implementation plan, following a meeting chaired by the Vice Prime Minister of the Ministry of Education and Science and the Ministry of Health.

The Strategy’s first draft is complete. It includes a plan for developing the institution during martial law and in the post-war reconstruction of the country.

The relevant agencies will participate in an open presentation of the Strategy planned for May.

The university is currently conducting an admission campaign. It is also creating new educational programs in medical psychology, rehabilitation, and therapy.

“During martial law, it is crucial to support relocated educational institutions. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the representatives of the ministries and regional military administrations who are actively involved in this effort,” stated Iryna Vereshchuk.