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The Department of Philosophy and Foreign Languages of Shupyk National Healthcare University of Ukraine has created all the necessary conditions for the effective educational process, and our pedagogical experts are confident they make a difference in the quality of learners’ lives.

The Department of Philosophy and Foreign Languages has partnered with Pearson VUE (Virtual University Enterprises) to offer the university faculties, medical staff, and doctors’ access to certification exams. Pearson is the world’s learning company, with expertise in educational courseware and assessment. Pearson collaborates with a great number of education brands including media companies (i.e. BBC Active), publishers (Longman, Penguin, Collins) and assessment organizations (EDI, Edexcel, LCCI). Its mission is to help people make progress through access to better learning. Since then, we have widely adopted their services, as they are the global leader in computer-based testing. We are happy to work together and create efficiencies in partnership with their outstanding management and executive teams.

Highly qualified teachers of our department are supported by the PTEL Academy in embracing learning and continuously acquiring new knowledge and skills. 

What are key benefits of this cooperation to the University?

First of all, it provides consistency in teaching and learning. Second, it sparks curiosity to innovate new possibilities for everyone. Next, it helps the students take the internationally recognized English language exams developed by Pearson VUE-Authorized Test Center. Finally, our teachers stave off competition.

Learning a language opens up infinite possibilities. You are welcome to our lessons, as we will prepare you for success in all contexts, teaching you to communicate, present and negotiate with confidence. Our teachers are proud to empower you on your language journey.

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