University's Hostels

living conditions and organization of leisure activities in the hostels

Higher State Educational Establishment of Ukraine “Bukovinian State Medical University” provides accommodation for students in the hostels. In total BSMU has 7 hostels. University’s hostels are a corridor type and block type buildings with rooms designed to be shared by 3-4 students. Foreign students live in the hostels No 4, 5, 6 and 7. Moreover, the Administration of BSMU has signed an agreement of cooperation and mutual help with the Hotel "Cheremosh" which is aimed at arranging living of foreign students in the Hotel.

The University’s hostels provide adequate living conditions, proper conditions for self-studying and organization of leisure activities to all students living there. All rooms are furnished and equipped with other necessary stuff (bed linen, blankets, pillows etc.).

All hostels have rooms for self-studying furnished with desks and chairs. In addition hostels include quarters of residential use, such as laundry, canteen, gym, billiard room and library. For example, at the Hostel No 5 a lending library is opened, and there is a reading hall, containing 6 480 manuals of the scientific and methodical literature in English. It should be also noted that in the canteen of the Hostel No 5 the dishes are cooked according to the food preferences of foreign students. Moreover, the canteen is used for celebrating different religious and national holidays of the countries which the students come from.

There are isolation wards in the hostels that are used to provide rooms for sick students and therefore prevent spreading of the infectious diseases.

Cultural events are not organized in the hostels. Such events are planned by the Students Council of BSMU together with mentors and deans, and are held in the Palace "Academichnyi" or disco clubs (provided the agreement is signed).


Hostel No 4 (Bilpusova Str., 20, tel.: +38 (0372) 53-84-02)

Hostel No 5 (Chernihivska Str., 1, tel.: +38 (0372) 53-02-97)



Hostel No 6 (Ivana Boguna Str., 10)