Time To Get Education started to work actively with admissions of international students to universities in Ukraine from 2011. During these years we assisted young people from such countries as India, Nigeria, Spain, Namibia, Iraq, Lebanon, Morocco, Norway, Azerbaijan, South Africa, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Maldives, UAE, Qatar, USA, Egypt, Algeria, Jordan to realize their dream and study the desired specialties in Ukrainian universities.
Here are some impressions of our clients about studying in Ukraine and cooperation with TTGE:
Hani Fardoun, Lebanon
Okay so my experience in Ukraine was amazing. My name is Hani I studied at National Aviation University. From the first day I arrived in Ukraine I understood how lucky I am to find the agency “Time To Get Education”. After I arrived they took me directly from the airport to the hostel and then the next day Anna Sidoruk took me to the university and fixed all my documents, assisted in all registrations. And during this time I profited from learning Russian language that is very important internationally and I met lots of people that have a great place in my life now. Ukrainians are very friendly and they love to know everything about us foreigners. The country itself is very beautiful starting from night life, parks, restaurants, sightseeing to friendship. Ukraine is the place I recommend for everyone like me who is looking for good education, fun life and of course an experience.
Godsent Abhuegbeude, Nigeria
Hello everybody! My name is Godsent, I arrived from Nigeria and study at the preparatory department of Kiev International University thanks to TTGE, who suggested it to me and arranged admission and all documents. I find studying in Ukraine so appealing because the University provides not only well equipped classrooms with conducive atmosphere to facilitate effective learning, but also professional teachers with more than 20 years experience.
Ukraine is a very beautiful and peaceful country as you have heard, also has very nice people. Ukrainians are lovers of the English language as they love to approach a foreigner in order to practice their proficiency in English. Many people think that most Ukrainians are racists, but I realized that this fact is wrong. When you are being approached by a Ukrainian your response to their call determines whether or not you would be treated nicely. I have been approached several times by many Ukrainians who just wanted to have not only a photograph, but also a drink with me. Beside this, talking about the present political crises in Ukraine, Kiev, where I live remains peaceful because the locals see foreigners as supporters.