Ternopil Ivan Pul'uj National Technical University (abbreviated TNTU) - the leading higher technical educational institution in Western Ukraine, founded in 1960.
Today it is the only higher technical educational institution that provides training of all academic levels, DScs and PhDs for such regions as Ternopil, Chernivtsi, Ivano-Frankivsk, Rivne and Khmelnitsky.
The History of the University
The origins of the university reach 1960, when Ternopil All-technical Department of the Lviv Polytechnic Institute with the extra-mural and part-time study forms was organized on the 11th of March. Stolyarchuk V.P., Ph.D. was appointed the Head of the Department; and the training was conducted by 12 teachers. In February 1962 Shcherbakov A.O., Ph.D. started working as the Head of the Department. At the same time full-time specialist training was opened.
On May 15th 1964 the Department was reorganized into Ternopil affiliate of Lviv Polytechnic University with the first chairs of higher mathematics, drawing geometry and graphics, technical mechanics, physics and energetics. Shcherbakov A.O., Ph.D. became director of the affiliate. In 1964-1968 new chairs were formed: the Chair of social and political sciences, theoretical mechanics, foreign languages, metal technologies, machine tools and instruments, physics, general and theoretical electrics and physical education. At that time the affiliate trained specialists in the following specialties: mechanical engineering, metal-cutting machine tools and instruments, electrical measuring equipment and radio equipment.
In March 1968 Polishchuk A.G., Ph.D. became director of the affiliate. The intense work on the necessary instrumentation of teaching rooms and laboratories, expansion of the teaching areas, replenishment of the teaching staff with Candidates and Doctors of Science, organization of the Extra-Mural Studies Department and creation of the chair affiliates at production was being conducted.
In October 1985 Shabliy O.M., Sc.D was appointed director of the Ternopil affiliate of Lviv Polytechnic University. He initiated the opening of new specialties: technology and equipment of the welding production, automation of the technological processes and productions, instrumentation, biotechnical and medical apparatuses and systems; construction of the new teaching building was conducted. Due to the active and effective work of the headsand staff on the 27th of February 1991, Ternopil InstrumentationInstitute was created on the basis of the Ternopil affiliate of Lviv Polytechnic University, being the second higher educational institution of this directionin Ukraine. The first rector chosen by the staff was Shabliy O.M., Sc.D. At that time the Institute comprised 3 departments integrating 13 chairs. The general quantity of students was 2420. 150 teachers worked at the Institute, 76 of them being Candidates and Doctors of Science. Since April 1995 the educational institution has carried the name of the outstanding Ukrainian scientist and public man Ivan Pul'uj. In accordance with the decision of the InterbranchAccreditation Commission, in 1994 the Institute was accredited as a IV level educational institution.
The creation of the Institute was a powerful impetus to the new quality changes and further growth. The restructuring of the economy of the region and the necessity of providing staff for overcoming the crisis helped change the orientation of the Institute and carry out its considerable structural reconstruction. The Institute has practically lost its narrow applied line gradually transforming into the multibranch higher technical educational institution.
Considering the real developments and achievements of the staff, the Regulation of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine № 1536 from the 30th of December 1996 approved the creation of Ternopil Ivan Pul'uj State Technical University on the basis of Ternopil InstrumentationInstitute. Academician Shabliy O.M. became the rector of the university.
University is an educational, scientific, engineering and cultural centre of the western region of Ukraine. Nowadays it is the only higher technical educational institution of the region providing the training of specialists of all qualification levels, Doctors and Candidates of Science for the region comprising also Chernivtsi, Ivano-Frankivsk, Khmelnytskyy and Rivne.
Since 1999 the university has been a full member of the European University Association - an organization uniting more than 600 European universities, it also holds membership in the national association of rectors from 43 countries which is the main representative organ for the higher educational institutions in Europe. The European University Association is a consultative member of the Supporting group of the Conference of Ministers of Education from European countries. The university takes active part in fulfilling one of the main tasks of the association which is the creation of the European higher education space where students, teachers and scientists would be able to accomplish their own intentions and ideas on the basis of the established European educational norms.
On the 16th of September 2005 Ternopil Ivan Pul'uj State Technical University joined the European Declaration of the higher educational institutions of the Magna Charta Universitatum comprising fundamental principles, rights and duties of the universities as the outposts of culture, knowledge and research and uniting more than 530 leading universities of Europe, among them 14 from Ukraine.
The range of specialties taught at the affiliate, institute and, finally, university has gradually extended, and presently the amount of specialties for bachelors, specialists and masters reaches the number of 20. Altogether they are united in 15 directions.
8 departments are functioning within the university: Computer Technologies Department, Department of Computer Information Systems and Program Engineering, Electrical Engineering Department, Food and Processing Production Department, Mechanical Engineering Department, Economy and Entrepreneurship Department, Department of Management and Business in Production, Department of Testing Instruments and Radio Computer Systems. The training is also conducted at the International studies centre and Pre-university studies centre. The re-training and skill upgrading is organized by the Post-graduate studies centre.
The educational process is assured by 34 chairs. Among them there are 5 humanitarian chairs (Ukrainian Studies and Philosophy; Psychology in Production; Foreign Languages; Sports and Physical Rehabilitation and Physical Education); 3 fundamental chairs (Higher Mathematics; Physics and Mathematical Methods in Engineering); 4 all-engineering chairs (Graphic Modeling; Information Science and Mathematical Modeling; Construction Mechanics and Electrical Engineering) and 22 specialized chairs (Mechanical Engineering; Computer Technologies in Mechanical Engineering; Food Biotechnology and Chemistry; Food Technologies Equipment; Production Marketing; Production Management; Entrepreneurship Management; Computer Sciences; Machine Tools, Device and Machines Design; Technical Mechanics and Agricultural Machine Building; Illuminating Engineering; Welding Production Technologies and Equipment; Apparatuses and Testing Instruments; Biotechnical Systems; Automation of Technological Processes and Production; Computer Integrated Technologies; Energy-Saving and Energy Management; Power Consumption Systems and Computer Technologies in Power Industry; Radio Computer Systems; Economic Cybernetics; Economic Theory, Finance, Registry and Control).
The following training centers are functioning at the university: Information technologies centre comprising the regional CISCO academy, regional centre for the certified specialists training on the programs of Microsoft IT Àñàdemy and SUN Microsystems, the laboratory of the Shnaider-Electricenterprise and certification examination centre of the European Virtual University. The graduates of the academy receive certificates of the international standard.
Ternopil Ivan Pul'uj Technical University also includes the Technical College in Ternopil and the Gusyatyn and Zboriv Colleges situated in Gusyatyn and Zboriv respectively.
Presently the general enrollment of students, masters and post-graduate students in the university alone comprises around 6000 persons. The general licensed amount of full time bachelors is 945 persons, masters - 325 and specialists - 695 persons; the amount of distance studies bachelors is 900 persons, masters - 320 and specialists - 865 persons.
TNTU has founded and is a leading member of the regional educational and scientific amalgamation "Technical personnel", the Junior Academy of Sciences, educational and scientific complexes "Svitlo", "Gazda", "Dostatok", "Agromash", "Computer" and "Proforientatsiya". Pre-university student training is conducted at the Technical Lyceum of the university and amalgamation "Vatra" as well as at the lyceum school in Dobryvody, specialized schools and gymnasiums.
In 1995 the university transferred to the specialist training pursuant to the educational and professional programs of the Ministry of Education of Ukraine. The education model approved envisions, besides the high professional training, the accomplishment of task-oriented programs of the intense fundamental training and computer education, modernization of the economic sciences teaching, humanization of the educational process, development of the foreign language teaching and advance in the legal education of specialists.
Faculty of Computer Technologies
6.050201 System Engineering
6.050202 Automation and Computer-integrated Technologies
7.05020201, 8.05020201 Automated Control of Technological Processes
7.05020202, 8.05020202 Computer-Integrated Technological Processes and Productions
Faculty of Electrical Engineering
6.050701 Electrical Engineering and Electric Technologies
7.05070103, 8.05070103 Electrotechnical Systems of Electricity Consumption
7.05070105, 8.05070105 Lighting Engineering and Sources of Light
7.05070108, 8.05070108 Energy Management
Faculty of Computer Information Systems and Software Engineering
6.050103 Program Engineering
7.05010302, 8.05010302 Software Engineering
6.050101 Computer Sciences
7.05010101, 8.05010101 Information Management Systems and Technologies
6.050102 Computer Engineering
7.05010201, 8.05010201 Computer Systems and Networks
6.170101 Information and Communication Systems Security
Faculty of Control-Measuring and Radio Computer Systems
7.05100302, 8.05100302 Instruments and Systems of Precise Mechanics
6.050901 Radio Engineering
7.05090102 Equipment of Radio Communication, Radio Broadcasting and Television
6.050902 Radio-Electronic Devices
7.05090204, 8.05090204 Biotechnical and Medical Devices and Systems
Mechanical Engineering Faculty
6.050502 Engineering Mechanics
7.05050201, 8.05050201 Technologies of Mechanical Engineering
7.05050401, 8.05050401 Welding Technologies and Equipment
6.060101 Civil Engineering
8.06010101 Industrial and Civil Construction
6.070106 Automobile Transport
Faculty of Management and Business
7.03010201, 8.03010201 Psychology
7.03060101, 8.03060101 Management of Organizations and Administration
8.03060102 Management of Innovative Activity
8.18010012 Innovation Management
Faculty of Economics and Entrepreneurship
6.030502 Economic Cybernetics
7.03050201, 8.03050201 Economic Cybernetics
6.030504 Economics of Enterprise
7.03050701, 8.03050701 Marketing
6.030508 Finance and Credit
7.03050801, 8.03050801 Finance and Credit
6.030509 Accounting and audit
7.03050901, 8.03050901 Accounting and audit
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Food Technologies
6.050503 Mechanical Engineering
7.05050301, 8.05050301 Metal-Cutting Machine Tools and Systems
7.05050312, 8.05050312 Agricultural Machines and Equipment
7.05050313, 8.05050313 Food Industry Processing Equipment
6.051701 Food Engineering and Technologies
7.05170107, 8.05170107 Fruit and Vegetable Storage, Preservation and Processing Technologies
7.05170108 Milk Storage, Preservation and Processing Technologies
6.070101 Transport Technologies (according to the types of transport)
6.051702 Technological Expertize and Food Production Security
6.051702 Engineering Expertise and Food Products Safety
Foreign Students Faculty
English language of study
6.050101 Computer Sciences
7.05010101, 8.05010101 Information Control Systems and Technologies
7.03060101, 8.03060101 Management of Organizations
6.050502 Engineering Mechanics
Ukrainian language of study: All accredited fields of study and specialities
Teaching staff is represented by more than 200 teachers, including one corresponding member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, one member of the New York Academy of Sciences, 10 academicians and corresponding members of the specialized academies, 24 doctors of sciences, professors, more than 140 PhDs, assistant professors. Among them well-known and respected scholars and teachers: PhD, Professor P. Yasniy, Academician of Engineering Academy, PhD in Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, Honored master of sciences and engineering of Ukraine O. Shabliy, Honoured inventor of Ukraine, PhD in Technology Sciences B. Hevko; PhD in Technology Sciences, Professor R. Rohatynskiy, PhD in Technology Sciences T. Rybak, professors: L. Didukh, V. Nikonenko, I. Zubchenko, P. Stuhlyak, V. Hrynchutskyy, B. Yukalo; Associate Professors: M. Mykhailyshyn, P. Kryvyi, B. Tartaryn, V. Lobas, B. Shelestovskyy, V. Kukharska, Y. Prots, M. Palamar, I. Bakushevych, B. Jaworskiy and others.
A lot of our graduates has connected their further work to the university, among them Academician of the Academy of Engineering Sciences of Ukraine, Rector, Sc.D. Petro Yasniy; Vice-Rector for Teaching and Educational Affairs, Sc.D. Ihor Lutsiv; the member of the Writer Association of Ukraine, public man, Vice-Rector for Humanitarian Education and Pedagogical Work, Ph.D. Oleg Herman; Head of Computer Technologies Department, Sc.D., Stukhlyak P.D.; Head of Mechanical Engineering Department, Ph.D., Yuriy Palyvoda; Head of Department of Management and Business in Production, Ph.D. Andriy Oksentiuk etc. We are proud of our graduates occupying responsible posts at Ternopil enterprises - amalgamation "Vatra", Combine Factory, factory "Saturn" as well as other enterprises in different regions of Ukraine.
TNTU Specialized Councils
Specialized Council D58.052.01 to defend the thesis for the Doctor of Science degree in the field: 01.02.04 "Malformed solid body mechanics" (engineering sciences) 01.05.02 "Mathematical modeling and computational methods" (engineering sciences) Board chairman: prof. Petro Volodymyrovych Yasniy
Specialized Council D58.052.02 to defend the thesis for the Doctor of Science degree in the field 05.05.11 "Machines and mechanization of agricultural production" Board chairman: prof. Tymofiy Ivanovych Rybak.
Specialized Council K58.052.03 to defend the thesis for the Ph.D degree in the field: 05.02.08 "Engineering Technology"; 05.03.01 "Machining processes, machine tools and instruments"; Board chairman: prof. Bogdan Matviyovych Hevko
Specialized Council K58.052.04 to defend the thesis for the Ph.D degree in the field: 05.09.07 "Light Engineering and light sources" Board chairman: prof. Volodymyr Andriyovych Andriychuk
Specialized Council K58.052.05 to defend the thesis for the Ph.D degree in the field: 08.00.04 "Economics and Management of Enterprises" Board chairman: DSc in Economics Bogdan Mykolayovych Andrushkiv.
Specialized Council K58.052.06 to defend the thesis for the Ph.D degree in the field: 05.13.05 "Computer Systems and components" 05.13.06 "Information Technology" Board chairman: prof. Mykola Volodymyrovych Pryymak
In April 1901, the Ministry of National Education of the Russian Empire announced the Mykolayiv Industrial Technical School. The school opened on 1 July 1902 at 3 Kuznechnaia street (now 5 Skorohodova street) marking the beginnings of the NUS. Teaching began on 18 September 1902 with courses including shipbuilding, mechanics, electrics and road building that was carried out in a department of works and in the school itself. The school had the status of a higher education institution: after three years of study, graduating students received the qualification of engineer.
In 1926 and 1927, the school was reorganised to teach technical shipbuilding and the course of study was lengthened to four years. The school was equipped with laboratories for metallurgy, chemistry, thermodynamics and engineering. In 1929 the Mykolayiv Shipbuilding Technical School was merged with the Mykolayiv Technical Night School and renamed the Mykolayiv Machine-building Institute and in 1930, in association with the ship building department of the Odessa Polytechnic Institute, it was renamed the Mykolayiv Shipbuilding Institute (MSI).
In 1941, at Russia's entry into WWII, the MSI employed 94 teachers and was training almost 700 students. Approximately 500 students, teachers and employees were conscripted to the Red Army and sent to the front. Others were tasked with building defensive structures and harvesting crops. The MSI was evacuated, first to Stalingrad, then to Astrakhan and later to Przhevalsk, Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic. During the war, the MSI maintained 22 departments and trained 370 students. On 30 June 1944, it was decided to return the MSI to Mykolayiv and on 1 October 1944, it reopened. In 1945, 36.5 million khrb was allocated to a five year plan of restoration and development.
In 1946, the MSI was accredited for postgraduate study in marine engineering and steam and internal combustion engine design. Links were made with other institutes of science. In 1949, the MSI was renamed Admiral Makarov MSI for Stepan Makarov, a native of Mykolayiv, a naval admiral, and a marine engineer. By 1955, over eighty percent of the teachers at the Admiral Marakov MSI were involved in research.
18 September 1970 marked the 50th anniversary of the school and by decree of the presidium of the supreme rada of the USSR, the school was awarded the order of the Red Flag for merit in preparation of engineering workers and for its achievements in the development of scientists. On 17 May 1971, a new building was opened and work was begun on the construction of a thirteen story hostel that would house 1295 students. In 1971, 50 economists of engineering graduated.
In 1994, by the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers Council of Ukraine, the Admiral Makarov National Shipbuilding University received the highest level of accreditation, (level four), which gave it the status of a university and it adopted the new name, Ukrainian State Maritime Technical University. The president (chancellor) was Romanovskiy Georgiy Fedorovich. Then and now - Ryzhkov Sergii Sergiiovych.
Progress Since 1941 MSI has trained over 1700 marine engineers and altogether, 55,000 industry ready workers. NUS has 8 institutes, 3 faculties, a school at sea, a campus in Kherson and representation in three cities of Ukraine. It has links with its community and with industry. A student population of 12,000 read in twenty-six areas and in thirty specialties. The university offers bachelor, expert and masters' degrees; a doctorate of science; and academic and teacher education. The university employs 68 doctorate staff and 256 scientists specialising in new ship design, safety at sea, unmanned underwater craft, structures and works (such as welding), marine metallurgy and marine power (such as low pollution alternative energy sources for the marine industry). The university also provides certification of polymetric systems for metrological maintenance of onboard and coastal complexes; improvements of marine electric equipment and automatic systems, and methods and means of increasing the efficiency of touch maintenance and information complexes of hierarchically organised control systems.
The Ukraine ministerial committee on industrial policy and education (USSTU), recognized the university as a key provider of marine welders. In association with the German organization, NUS prepared 20 marine welders with qualifications matching European standards.
On 25 March 2004, the president of Ukraine gave the university a national status and it was renamed, Admiral Makarov National University of Shipbuilding. The NUS has associations with educational institutions of other nations, giving students the opportunity to study abroad.
Educational Scientific Centre of International Cooperation
Admiral Makarov National University of Shipbuilding international first year students.
The university's Educational Scientific Centre of International Cooperation (ESCIC) organises the NUS associations with other universities in the US, Great Britain, Germany, Norway, China, Poland, Romania, Turkey, Bulgaria, Iran, Spain, Vietnam and the CIS. The ESCIC facilitates requests by NUS students for scholarships, international grants and exchanges. It liaises with, for example, the German academic exchange service, or DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst), the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung, Germany), the Fulbright Program and International Research & Exchanges Board (IREX) in US, and the Education for Democracy Foundation (Poland). International students from many nations study on a contractual basis at NUS.
Institutes The Institute of Shipbuilding. Departments are:
Structural mechanics, fluid mechanics, hull construction, maritime technologies, ship theory and design, and shipbuilding technology.
The Institute of Computer, Engineering and Technological Sciences (faculty of technology). Departments are:
Faculty of technology, welding engineering, design and production of composite materials, material sciences and technology, computer science faculty, automated system software, project management, and, information system and technologies.
The Institute of Mechanical Engineering. Department (faculty of power engineering). Departments are:
Conditioning and refrigerating, marine and stationary power plants, thermal physics and steam-generating units, turbines, mechanics and ecology, internal combustion engines, ecology, marine mechanical engineering technology and mechanics and mechanical engineering.
The Institute of Automatic Control and Electrical Engineering. Departments are:
Computer assisted control systems, ship electrical equipment and information security, electrical power systems, automatic control engineering, theoretical electrical engineering and electronic systems, impulse processes and technologies, and, marine instrument engineering.
The Institute of Humanities. Departments are:
Theory and history of the state and law, law, applied linguistics, social studies and humanities, modern languages, design, Olympic and professional sports theory, and, physical training and sports.
The Institute of Extramural and Distant Learning, (faculty of mobile technologies). Departments are:
Theoretical mechanics, engineering graphics, life safety and civil defence, natural sciences, higher mathematics, physics, and, philosophy and cultural studies.
Engineering and economics
Kyiv educational and consulting centre.
Tockmak educational and consulting centre.
Yuzhnoukrainsk distant learning centre.
Kirovohrad distant learning centre.
Institute of postgraduate studies.
Donetsk National Technical University (DonNTU, formerly Donetsk Polytechnic Institute) is the biggest and oldest higher education establishment in Donbass, founded in 1921. It was originally located in Donetsk, Ukraine, but as a result of war in Donbass it was relocated to Krasnoarmiysk. In its early years, it was attended by Nikita Khrushchev.
Structure Donetsk National Technical University (DonNTU) is the first higher education establishment in the Donbass Region and one of the first technical universities in Ukraine. 27 000 students study at 7 faculties, 60 specialities being their major. There are 28 correspondent members and academicians of different engineering academies, 18 honorary researchers and professors among the academics of the University. A number of scientists of DonNTU are honorary and full members of different foreign organizations, academies. There are professors and students whose work was supported by the Soros Fund.
Collaboration DonNTU has more than 70 collaboration agreements with the universities all over the world. There is the representative office of the Siemens company at the University as well as three Engineering Faculties (German, French, and English) at which students are trained in a corresponding foreign language.The Polish Faculty has been established recently. 30 professors from foreign universities of all the continents are Honorary Doctors of DonNTU. The University has the reading room sponsored by the Goethe Institute, Germany.
The well-known people, leaders of the largest industrial companies and political boards, engineering elite of Ukraine that have graduated from DonNTU call the University the most prestigious higher education establishment of Donbass.
Donetsk National Technical University is a member of the EAU (European Association of Universities).
DonNTU is a member of
• UICEE –The International Engineering Education Centre sponsored by the UNESCO, Melbourne, Australia;
• EAIE – European Association of the International Education;
• EAAU – Euro-Asian Association of Universities;
• SEFI – European Association of Engineering Education;
• IGIP – International Association of Engineering Education (Austria)
• COFRAMA – French Council on Management Links Development with the Countries of the CIS and Russia (Lion, France); PRELUDE – International Association of Research and Links with Universities (Belgium);
• CEUME – Consortium of Management Education in Ukraine ( the USA, Poland);
• URAN – Ukrainian Educational and Research Network sponsored by the NATO and German Research Network;
DonNTU is traditionally a participant of a number of international programmes:
• TEMPUS-TACIS NCD-JEP – 23125-2002 European Studios; DAAD Eastern Partnerships ( Germany);
• Stipend of the International Board of the Ministry of Education and Science ( the German Aerodynamics Center);
• BWTZ-Programm (Germany, the Ministry of Science),
• INTAS – Publishing House ( Germany) ;
• BMEU/CEUME Business-Management- Education (the USA, Poland);
• The Jozef Mihknowski Science Development Fund ( Poland);
• Students Exchange Programmes AIESEC (Poland);
• The grant of the Ministry of Education and Sports, Poland;
• The grant of the Ministry of Education and Science ( Russia);
• The programm Dnipro (France) ;
• Grant of the Special School of Social Works, Construction and Industry (ESTP), (France);
• The grant of the Government of Chzech Republic;
• SIDA – Master’s and Bachelor’s programme Sandwich ( Sweden) and others
Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas (Ukrainian: Івано-Франківський національний технічний університет нафти і газу) is an institution of higher education in Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine.
Since its establishment in 1967, the university's focus remains on preparing qualified and experienced specialists for the oil and gas industries. However, it has expanded to offer education in economics, management and law that is directly related to the needs of energy industry.
Ivano-Frankivsk Oil and Gas University has a two-pronged approach toward education of its students: in the classrooms and in the field. In the classroom, students are provided the theoretical knowledge. Then, by working at university "field-classrooms" or by holding internships with regional businesses and organizations, the future specialists gain practical experience. Structure Colleges/Faculties College of automatics and computer science
College of electrification and information-measurement technologies
College of economics and entrepreneurship
College of oil-gas logistics
College of management and informational activities
College of management of industrial and regional economical development
College of architecture of tourist complexes
Gas-oil industrial College
Geological investigatory College
Kharkiv National University of Radioelectronics (KNURE) is a higher education institution of the highest level of accreditation in Ukraine. It is one of the oldest Universities of Technologies in Ukraine with over 12000 students and 30 scientific centers.
It has strong research and education capabilities in electrical engineering, electronics, telecommunications, ICT and computer technologies.
KNURE hosts International Academy of Applied Radio&Electronics and the Eastern-Ukrainian branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), pioneered the development of distance learning in Ukraine. It has a high expertise in introduction of innovative technologies into education and business.
History of KNURE
Emblem of the Kharkov Geodetic Institute
The history of KNURE begins in 1930 when Kharkiv Engineering-Building Institute (KEBI) was founded on the basis of building faculty of Kharkiv Polytechnical Institute and architectural faculty of Kharkiv Art Institute. In 1934 Kharkiv Geodetic Institute and Scientific Research Institute of Geodesy and Cartography entered the structure of the institute. In 10 years KEBI became the largest higher education institution of Ukraine numbering 1734 students, 200 teachers and 4 faculties: Architectural, Building, Sanitary and Geodetic.
In 1966 KIMBAC was given a name of Kharkiv Institute of Radioelectronics (KIRE) Soon after the declaration of independence of Ukraine KIRE got the status of University and became Kharkiv Technical University of Radioelectronics (KTURE) in 1993.
In 2001 the status of the University was advanced to the National University.
University structure KNURE consists of 9 faculties and 30 departments:
Faculty of Computer Sciences (CS)
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Information Control Systems (ICS)
Systems Engineering (SE)
Computer Software (CSoft)
Engineering and Сomputer Сraphics (ECG)
History, language and culture of Ukraine (UKR)
Faculty of Computer Engineering and Control (CEC)
Electronic Computers (EC)
Computers Design Automation (CDA)
Information Technologies Security (ITS)
Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Management (AMM)
Applied Mathematics (AM)
Economical Cybernetics (EC)
Higher Mathematics (HM)
Social Informatics (SI)
Faculty of Radio-engineering (RE)
Radio Electronics Systems (RES)
Radio Engineering Fundamentals (REF)
Radio Electronic Devices
Foreign language (FL)
Faculty of Telecommunications and Instrumentation (TCI)
Telecommunication Systems (TKS)
Communication Networks (CN)
Metrology and Measuring Equipment (MME)
Faculty of Electronic Devices (ED)
Design and Operation of Electronic Appliances (DOEA)
Technology and Automation Prodaction (TAPR)
Engineering and Computer Drawing (ECD)
Labour Protection (LP)
Faculty of Electronic Engineering (EE)
Microelectronics, Electronic Devices and Appliances (MEDA)
Physical Foundations of Electronic Engineering (PFEE)
Biomedical Electronic Devices and Systems (BED)
Faculty of Life Long Learning
Faculty of External Study
Awards and reputation The University ranks first among technical universities of Ukraine by the results of the rankings made by the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sport of Ukraine (according to “Education of Ukraine” №26 (1295) of 25 June 2012 and the website http://euroosvita.net ).
In the Compass-2012 rankings KhNURE is the 8th in general ranking, the 9th under “Technical Specialities” category and 4th under “IT Specialities” category.
The Compass-2012 rankings for Eastern Ukraine: general university ranking – 7th rank, 6th rank under “Technical Specialities” category and 2nd rank under “IT Specialities” category.
In the top 200 the university has retained its place since last year and ranks 15th among higher educational institutions of Ukraine and 2nd in Eastern Ukraine.
The University runs 16th among Ukrainian higher educational institutions in the rankings of scientometrical database Scopus
International Strong cooperation within TEMPUS, INTAS, INCO-Copernicus, EU Joint- and Double-Degree Master programs, etc. allowed KNURE to become one of the first HEIs in Ukraine which introduced the Bologna principles and ECTS to its practices.
Kharkiv National Automobile and Highway University is a state-owned higher educational establishment falling under the responsibility of Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.
Accreditation level – IV, the highest in Ukraine. The academic organization of the University is based on 6 faculties: Automobile, Vehicle Mechatronics, Mechanical, Road Construction, Business and Management, Transportation Systems, and 4 divisions: Extramural, Professional Updating and Re-training, Foreign Citizens’ Training, Pre-University Training, which, in turn, comprises a two-year regional lycée, a preparatory department, preparation courses that train applicants-to be for entrance examinations, and vocational training courses.
The University provides education and training in 11 fields, 21 specialities and 27 specializations.
Full-time students study 4 years for a Bachelor’s degree, 5 years for a Master’s degree or a Specialist’s qualification while part-time students study 5 years for a Bachelor’s degree, 6 years for a Specialist’s qualification; the length of external studies is over 3 years.
KhNAHU is headed by Rector Anatoliy Mykolaiyovych Turenko, Professor, Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Honored Scientist and Engineer of Ukraine, Ukrainian State Prize Winner, Academician of Transport Academy of Ukraine (TAU), of Russian and New-York Academies.
Over 70 per cent of the teaching staff at 35 departments have academic degrees and titles. KhNAHU’s academic community includes 12 Academicians and Corresponding Members of TAU and other academies, 7 Honored Scientists, Engineers and Educationalists of Ukraine, 7 Ukrainian State Prize Winners.
Modern computers, new information technologies, satellite and cable television are available to support the educational activities. In 42 specialized study rooms, 1200 Internet- connected PCs are united into a University local net. The University also has its own publishing house.
Amongst unique laboratories of KhNAHU there is the Laboratory of Racing Cars well-known and widely recognized due to its achievements in car design and racing competitions.
The Chair of Environmentally-Friendly Technologies working under the auspices of UNESCO was created at the University some years ago.
KhNAHU’s educational-scientific-production complex includes secondary comprehensive schools, lycees, vocational schools, secondary technical schools and enterprises in Kharkiv-city and Kharkiv region as well as in other cities, towns and regions in Eastern Ukraine. A unique testing field for road-construction machines, motor vehicles and tractors is available at the University.
Diplomas awarded by KhNAHU are recognized by all the countries the University trains students for. The needs of students are served by 6 halls of residence, a Health Centre, a canteen, lunchrooms, cafes, a Student’s Club, sport facilities, a holiday camp, etc.
The academic year at KhNAHU starts in September and ends in June (01.09-30.06.). Bachelor`s programs (BSc) lasts 4 academic years; Specialist`s - 5 academic years; Master`s (MSc) - 1 academic year; Doctoral (PhD) - 3 academic years. All the faculties provide full-time programs. Post-graduate studies can be either full-time, or part-time. All the courses are provided in Russian or Ukrainian. Two courses are given in English - Economy of Enterprise and Automation and Computer-Integrated Technologies.
The applicants are enrolled according to the results of interview.
International applicants are supposed to take a test in Russian language or take a course of Russian at the Preparatory Faculty.
At the Preparatory Faculty foreign students learn Russian and other subjects (Maths, Physics, Biology etc.) for 10 months. The best conditions are provided to ensure a high quality of language teaching:
- well equipped classrooms for groups of 8-10;
- computer programmes for training and testing;
- modern textbooks and workbooks for individual study;
- comfortable halls of residence, located in the city centre not far from the University, with newly renovated double rooms, modern furniture and equipment, internet access and satellite TV;
- recreational activities including tours, concerts, sport events, various concerts, competitions and parties.
The skilled and experienced teaching staff creates the atmosphere of professionalism combined with rigour standards and ensures a high level of education.
To conclude a contract to study at KhNAHU the following documents should be submitted to the Centre of International Relations:
• invitation for study from KhNAHU;
• secondary school certificate with the transcript;
• AIDS certificate;
• health certificate issued by your country’s local health authorities (no prior than two months from the date of your departure for Ukraine);
• health insurance certificate;
• a copy of Birth Certificate attested by the notary;
• 10 photos (40×60).
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Status: National institution of higher education of Ukraine
PROGRAMS & QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor, Master, Specialist, Candidate of Engineering Sciences (Ph.D.), Doctor of Engineering Sciences
Form of ownership: state-owned
3. FIELDS AND PROGRAMS
Bachelor`s, Specialist`s and Master`s Program`s
Transport and transport infrastructure
Transport Technologies (by modes of transportation)
Mechanical engineering and materials processing
Construction and architecture
Electrical engineering and electromechanics
Automation and Control
Automation and computer-integrated technologies
Economics and entrepreneurship
Economics of enterprises
Accounting and auditing
Management and administration
Ecology, environmental protection and compensated land use
Metrology, measuring equipment and information-measuring technologies
Metrology and information-measuring technologies
Engineering education (according to the program chosen)
Khmelnytskyi National University is a Ukrainian university in Khmelnytskyi city.
History of the University started in June 1962 with the establishment of general-technical department of the Ukrainian Printing Institute. 250 students were accepted to the first year of evening courses and distance study. About 200 students were transferred from other higher educational establishments to upper courses of distance study.
In January 1966 the faculty was reorganized into the branch of the Ukrainian Printing Institute. Mechanical and General-technical faculties were functioning. 520 students were accepted to the first year of studying, among them 90 full-time students. 30 more students were accepted to the second year of full-time study of Mechanical faculty.
In September 1967 the branch became independent educational establishment - Khmelnytskyi Technological Institute of Domestic Services. 3 faculties: Mechanical, Technological and General-technical were functioning in the university. The general amount of students reached 1500 people. 65 teachers and laboratory assistants worked on the 9 departments.
4 faculties were organized in the Institute in July 1969, including 2 general-technical: Khmelnytskyi and Kamianets-Podilskyi. M. Karpylenko was the rector of the institute from July 1969 until December 1974. During this time Preparatory Department and Engineering and economic faculty were opened. 5639 students were studying in different educational modes. 254 teachers worked on 21 departments, 100 of them had academic degrees and titles.
In December 1974, under the guidance of Prof. R.Silin, Khmelnytskyi Technological Institute of Domestic Services was transformed to multidisciplinary institution of higher education.
In September 1989 higher educational establishment received status of the Khmelnitsky Technological Institute. In these years building №4, dormitories №4, 5, modern library, canteen, sports complex, research and experimental building of research sector, 2 living houses have been built, and construction of building № 5 has started. Such faculties, as Business and Law, Radio Electronics, and Faculty of the Work with Foreign Students were opened. Institute trained specialists for 47 countries. There were Postgraduate and Doctorate studies at the Institute.
In October 1994– institute was accredited for the IV level and received status Technological University of Podillya. The Faculty of Work with Foreign Students was reorganized into Pedagogical faculty. Specialists training within 8 new majors was conducted. More than11000 students studied at the university on 1.01.2002, 6400 of them are full-time students, and 1500 are students of pre-university and post-university training. Achievements of the Technological University of Podillya created possibility to establish Mukachevo branch with two faculties: Engineering and Economics, Technology Faculty in 1995. Today it is Mukachevo State University.
By Instruction of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine № 771, 17.12.2003 and Decree of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine № 261, 26.12.2003, Technological University of Podillya was reorganized in Khmelnytskyi State University in 2003.
In 2004, by Decree of the President of Ukraine № 954/2004, 08.21.2004 and by Decree of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine № 719, 13.09.2004, Khmelnytskyi State University was reorganized in Khmelnytskyi National University.
Campuses and buildingsThere are 9 campus buildings and laboratories at the university, that occupy an area of 58 989 sq. m. The student quarter combines 5 dormitories and proposes 2 378 places.
|Faculty||Field of studies|
ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT FACULTY
|Economy of a Business|
|Accounting and Auditing|
|Finance and Credit|
|Personnel Management and Labour Economics|
HUMANITARIAN AND PEDAGOGICAL FACULTY
|Vocational education - operation and maintenance of native and motor transport|
|Vocational education - Garment Modelling and Technology|
|Philology (Ukrainian language and literature)|
|Philology - Interpretation and Translation (Polish, Russian Languages)|
|Ecology, Environmental Protection and Balanced Nature Management|
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS FACULTY
|International Economic Relations|
|Philology Interpretation and Translation (English language)|
|Philology (English language and literature)|
PROGRAMMING AND COMPUTER, TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS FACULTY
|Radio Electronic Devices|
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FACULTY
FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN
|Light Industry Goods Technology|
The Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture (KNUCA) — better known under its former name Kyiv Civil Engineering Institute (Russian: Киевский инженерно-строительный институт or КИСИ) — is the largest and most important building and architectural university of Ukraine located in the nation's capital Kiev.
History The institution was founded in 1930 as the Kyiv Civil Engineering Institute on the basis of factory and communal construction branch of the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute (KPI) and the architecture faculty of the Kyiv Art Institute. During the post-World War II Soviet period, KISI rose to become the second highest engineering and architecture faculty in the U.S.S.R., behind the Moscow Civil Engineering Institute (МИСИ).
By the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of August 13, 1993 the Kyiv State Technical University of Construction and Architecture was created on the basis of the Kyiv Civil Engineering Institute. On February 28, 1999 by the Decree of the President of Ukraine (217/99) the university was accorded the status of a National University as "Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture."
Student life Educational and scientific work is organized and carried out by more than 96 chairs numbering about 800 professors and instructors.
About 10,500 students study at the university. After the graduation they acquire the education qualification levels of Bachelor, Specialist, and Master of Science. The postgraduate courses in about 30 specialties are available at the university for those who choose to continue their professional and scientific training under the guidance of experienced advisers. The postgraduate preparation functions at the University, 9 specialized Scientific Councils for protection of the doctor's and candidate dissertations in 25 scientific specialties, 7 research institutes and 11 specialized research laboratories works.
The campus area includes six education cases, center of information technologies and computer-aided specialized laboratories, sports complex, library complex and reading hall (more than 1 million publications), eight hostels, hotel, sanatorium, educational-rehabilitation camp, food enterprises, etc.
Departments 6 faculties:
Automation and information technologies department;
Construction technological department;
Geoinformation systems and territory management technologies.
Teachers’ refreshment and studies department;
Pre-higher education department;
Chair of training specialist in civil defense.
Mykolaiv college of construction.
The training of specialists occurs in civil engineering, engineering or natural environment, engineering mechanics, automation and computer-integrated technologies, computer sciences, geodesy, cartography and land management, architecture, depletive art, management.
The main departments are Civil Engineering, faculty of Architecture; Automation and Complex Mechanization, City Development, Construction Technological, Sanitary Engineering, and Distance Learning.
The National Mining University (Ukrainian: Національний гірничий університет), colloquially known in Ukrainian as NGU (Ukrainian: Національний гірничий університет – НГУ) is located in Dnipropetrovsk, the third most populous city in Ukraine. It was founded in 1899 as the Yekaterinoslav Higher Mining School. The task of the university then was to provide the mining industry with highly qualified specialists, a goal that has continued to direct the university's leadership right up to the present day, although in recent years its academic offer has developed beyond the confines of mining-related subjects. Currently, its structure consists of nine faculties (academic departments). During the Soviet era, NGU was one of the country's top specialised institutions of higher education. It is ranked as one of Ukraine's best universities in many rankings and today attracts a large number of foreign students.
The National Mining University is one of the leading establishments of higher education in Ukraine. According to the ratings of UNESCO it achieved 6th position among the 200 Top universities in Ukraine in 2009. At the University there are 53 departments (27 of which are major-based) united into 9 faculties of full-time education. There is also an Institute of Extramural Learning and a number of post-graduate and doctoral courses. The university has an Interbranch Institute of Continuing Learning, Scientific and Research Unit, Ukrainian-American Linguistic Center, Linguistic Center, Ukrainian German Cultural Center, Ukrainian-Spanish-Latin-American Center, Center for Ukrainian-Polish Cooperation, and Energy Saving and Energy Management Center. NGU also has links with the Prydniprovsk Science-and-Technology Center of Information Protection, Ukrainian-American Lyceum, Marganets College, Pavlograd Technical School and Motor Transport Technical School.
Currently there are 16,000 students enrolled on programs at the university, whilst post-graduate and doctoral students are taught in 27 modern specialties. The licensed amount of student admission for entering the University each year is 1,400 students. The academic process is provided by 600 teachers including more than 100 doctors of science, professors and 350 candidates of Science and associate professors. The infrastructure of the University (general area of constructions and buildings is 126049 square meters estimated at 29,8 mln. hryvna cost), modern computer basis (more than 1000 modern computers) local and global computer nets, library funds with more than one million volumes, strong material and technical laboratory basis, ensures a high standard of education.
A monument to some of NMU's most outstanding alumni.
Over the 100 years of the university's existence more than 56,000 highly qualified specialists have been prepared, more than 500 monographs and 250 study-books widely known beyond Ukraine have been published, and about 150 Doctors of science and more than 1,750 Candidates of science have been trained. The university's graduates are today authors of more than 2600 inventions in foreign countries, where they obtained more than 300 patents. In recent years, four fundamental innovations of the university’s scientists have been recognised as scientific discoveries.
§History §Foundation The foundation ceremony of Ekaterinoslav's Higher Mining Technical School (EHMTS) was conducted on October 12, 1899, and in April of the next year construction of the institution's new educational buildings began. To begin with the Higher Mining Technical School had only two departments, those of mining and factory-production, but their academic curricula differed only very slightly (the main difference between the two faculties was to be found in the number of taught hours conducted for students).
The Higher Mining Technical School was founded during the reign of Nicholas II.
The curriculum according to the “Regulation for the EHMTS” foresaw an initial total of 23 taught disciplines: theology, higher mathematics, analytical mechanics, construction mechanics, applied mechanics, mine-factory mechanics, physics, chemistry, electrical mechanics, mineralogy, geology and deposit science, geodesy, mining art, ore and coal dressing, surveying, metallurgy, technology of metals, design and geometric design, accounting and mine-factory economy, technical translation from German and French and first aid at accidents. The provision of training was undertaken by a total of 13 full-time employed teachers.
Construction of the Mining Institute in the late 1890s.
From the date of its foundation the university was equipped with a two department library, a mineralogical museum, chemical, mechanical and probe laboratories, and offices for each discipline. Nevertheless the Technical School had a lot of problems for a long time. Ten years after EHMTS establishment there were only 9 teachers, and the stable cadre was constantly decreasing. This made the issue of equalising the Technical School's rights with other higher educational institutions more urgent, and thus eventually the school was turned into the Ekaterinoslav Mining Institute. On June 19, 1912 the State Legislative body adopted a resolution on restructuring the EHMTS into a fully equipped Mining Institute. Since July 1 a number of outstanding scientists, mainly graduates from Saint-Petersburg Mining Institute, then joined the institute.
The institute became well known for its many publications in scientific periodicals. The EHMTS edited and produced the “News of Ekaterinoslav Higher Mining Technical School” since 1905 and up until 1917 the school published 23 collections of “News”, in which around 500 scientific works were published (including monographs and study books).
§The Soviet era In 1918 the Mining Institute opened two new departments: surveying (closed in 1921) and Geological Prospecting, and obtained the right to award scientific degrees through public defence of a scientific dissertation. Later, in 1921 the Mechanical Faculty was created with two departments, those of Mining-Factory and Electrical Engineering. The implementation of new specialties was from then on dictated by industrial development. Finally a distance learning faculty was opened.
The model of breast badge awarded to graduates of the Mining Institute during the Soviet era.
In 1930 the Mining Institute began training specialists only for the mining industry and geological prospecting works, and in 1932 a number of new faculties were established in place of the departments: Mining, Electrical Engineering, Geological-Surveying. In the 20s and 30s the process of forming scientific schools was continued, and therefore during the late 1930s the Dnipropetrovsk Mining Institute lost a significant part of its staff (about 30 persons, among which there were a number of outstanding professors),however, the institution withstood these losses and kept preparing highly professional specialists for industry and science.
As a result of the Second World War in 1941–1945 about 300 teachers, staff members and students left for the front within the first few days of hostilities commencing. The institute evacuated to Sverdlovsk and Karaganda, to where a significant part of its equipment was brought and where its faculty began to work alongside the scientific staff of the Sverdlovsk Mining Institute and the Filial of Moscow Mining Institute, which by that time had come to Karaganda too. A great number of the Dnipropetrovsk Mining Institute's staff occupied engineering positions at mining enterprises of the Urals and Soviet Republics of Middle Asia, working for victory over Nazi Germany.
The remains of Dnipropetrovsk's Mining Institute, which was burnt-out by German forces during the Second World War.
The Institute finally resumed its teaching activities in 1943, first in Karaganda, and later in Dnipropetrovsk. However, after the German invasion of the USSR and later Lower Dnieper Offensive, many of the institute's buildings were in ruin and required extensive reconstruction before the staff was able to move its educational activities back into them. After the war, on November 21, 1949 the Dnipropetrovsk Mining Institute was awarded with the Order of the Red Banner and a number of its staff members received high state awards (26 orders and 17 medals) for scientific achievements and success in training engineering and technical staff for the national economy. By 1951/52 academic year all the buildings of the institute had been completely rebuilt, with a new experimental study range for boring, a geological museum, and new laboratories and dormitories being put into use. In 1951 the Mine-Construction Faculty was established.
By its 50th anniversary the Institute had 165 professors, associate professors and lecturers, 1,942 students, 34 departments, 22 laboratories, 25 cabinets, a geological museum, library, experimental study range and experimental workshops.
In 1970 the Dnipropetrovsk Mining Institute employed 474 teachers, including 34 professors. At that time the amount of graduating engineers equaled 1,200 persons and the amount of specialists studying in full-time education was increasing, although part-time and extramural study forms also functioned.
§Post-independence NMU In May 1993 according to the results of State accreditation for higher educational institutes, the Dnipropetrovsk Mining Institute gained the status of an autonomous IV-accreditation level state higher educational institution and received the name of the State Mining Academy of Ukraine. In February 2002 the institution was finally restructured into its current form as the "National Mining University". Today it is one of the leading higher educational institution of the country in geological prospecting and mining fields. In 2009 celebrations were held to mark the 110th anniversary of the university's foundation.
Bondarenko Volodimir Illych, an NGU professor, in the institute's formal attire.
The university currently has 846 full-time professors, and employs 218 other full-time and part-time workers. Amongst the academic staff there are 179 full professors, 371 associate professors and a further 296 teachers lacking doctoral level degrees. This equates to around 65% of the university's academic staff being holders of doctor-ships. In addition to this, amongst the universities academics there are 34 members of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 11 laureates of the State Prize of Ukraine in science and technology, 11 'honoured scientists' of Ukraine and 11 'distinguished educators' of Ukraine. §Rankings The National Mining University's placing in the annual rankings of universities in Ukraine:
Structure The faculties of the university are:
Institute of Power Engineering
Institute of Economics
Institute of Mining
Faculty of Construction
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Geological Prospecting
Faculty of Law
Institute of Extramural Learning
Interbranch Institute of Continuing Learning
The National Mining University is a primarily campus based university. Much of the university is located on a central site in the city of Dnipropetrovsk, close to the municipal historical museum and scientific library. The main building (1st Corpus), built in 1899 is a protected monument of architecture; it is a large structure with a neo-classical front elevation which serves as the main entrance to the university's territory. Over the years the campus has developed with the addition of numerous new buildings. One of the first of these was the 2nd Corpus which was built specifically for the Mining School (originally as the School of Chemistry), whilst soon after the No. 1 municipal school for girls on Politseyskaya Street, was acquired for use as the institution's 3rd Corpus. Later, in the 1960s and 80s the university's fourth to tenth corpuses were built. There is no particularly dominant architectural style present amongst the university's buildings other than the Russian interpretation of 19th century neo-classicalism which defines the pre-Soviet era structures present on the territory of the university. Interestingly, the university's 7th Corpus, a large 14 story constructivist building built in the 1970s, was built on a site just slightly to the east of the crossing of Olesya Honchara Street and Shevchenko Street (formerly Politseyskaya), thus dividing Shevchenko Street into two sections and enclosing the section from O. Hochara Street to Gagarin Street within the grounds of the Mining University. The university's sport's facilities are located in and around the 6th corpus, which is also located on the grounds of the university.
The university's admissions department is located in the 4th corpus, to the side of the main building. In addition to the academic facilities located on the main campus, the university also owns a number of student hostels, one of which (Hostel No. 1) is located just across from the university on Olesya Honchara Street.
Within the immediate vicinity of the university's campus a number of important institutions can be found. Amongst others these include the Prydniprovska State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture, the National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine, Dnipropetrovsk State Hospital for Students, Menchikov Regional Hospital, Dnipropetrovsk Medical Academy and the Ukrainian State Chemical-Technological University. There are also a number of shopping centres in the area. The university is well connected to the city's public transport network (by tram No. 1 and various bus routes) and it is expected that by 2015 the Muzeina station (currently under construction) of the Dnipropetrovsk Metro will connect the University are to the larger Western area of Dnipropetrovsk and its many residential neighbourhoods. §Museums and collections The National Mining University is currently home to two museums. These museums are entirely run by the institution's staff and students and are funded from its budget; the collections are expanded with the help of donors and items which are taken on loan. The two museums are both currently located in the main building (1st Corpus) of NMU on Karl Marx Prospekt.
The university's museum of geology and mineralogy
Alexander Pol University Historical Museum – This museum was organised in the early 1970s and opened its doors on 12 October 1974 when the university was still known as the Dnipropetrovsk Mining Institute. Its subject material covers the entire history of the institution from its foundation in 1899 to the present day, and has a number of exhibits relating to the way in which students studied and were taught over the years. The Historical Museum is also devoted to recording the changes made to the university's property over the years; to that end it maintains a large collection of photographs detailing the construction, destruction and remodelling undertaken at the university over its lifetime. Museum of Geology and Mineralogy – Opened 19 August 1935, the university's museum of geology and mineralogy is one of the largest of its kind in Europe. However, during the course of World War II it suffered greatly and lost all but 10 items of its 20,000-piece collection. After the war, the reconstruction of the collection took around 11 years and the museum was not reopened until 1955. The exposition contains about 3,000 exhibits, its area is over 350 square metres (3,800 sq ft), and there are 44 glass cases and 45 separate rests for samples in it. There are three main subsections of the museum, made up of: Mineralogy, Crystallography and Petrography, Historical Mineralogy and Paleontology, and finally Useful Minerals. Nowadays over 19,500 objects of interest from all around the world constitute the museum's collection, and it is visited by around 5,000 people annually. §Student life §Student accommodation The National Mining University owns a number of hostels for the use of its students who wish to live on or near the grounds and facilities of the university. The capacity of the six combined hostels amounts to around 3,050, with Hostel No. 6 being the largest and catering for the greatest amount of students. However demand for places in the university's hostels is often very high, making it impossible to house all the students who wish to live in them. Advantages of living in the university's accommodation are largely centred around the low (rental) cost of living there.
Current hostels owned by the university are located at the following addresses:
Hostel № 1 - Karl Marx Prospekt, 21
Hostel № 2 - Karl Marx Prospekt, 17
Hostel № 3 - Gargarin Prospekt, 61
Hostel № 4 - Gargarin Prospekt, 59
Hostel № 5 - Gargarin Prospekt, 57
Hostel № 6 - Kirov Prospekt, 111-б
On the verge of two previous centuries telegraph used to be the general mean of electrical communication.
In 1900 Higher Telegraph Mechanics Courses were opened in Odessa for technicians’ training in the southern part of Russia. The Courses were housed in 16 Staroportofrankovskaya Str.
The first sitting of Odessa District Committee was held in the Courses building. V.F. Didrikhson, a prominent lecture and electrical engineer, and E.A. Bukhgaim, future professor of the Institute, were the members of that Committee.
At the Congress of Railway Electrical Engineers and Telegraph Authorities, which took place in Odessa (1897), it became evident that electrical engineering of weak currents had revealed a great number of problems worth separate scientific investigation. A.S. Popov’s demonstration of wireless telegraph operating at the Congress became weightly argument on behalf of such investigation and aroused public enthusiasm and standing ovation.
Some private radio and telegraph stations accomplished practical needs in communication in Odessa during the Revolution and Civil War period.
In 1919 all that few stations were reorganized into Odessa State Radio and Telegraph Plant (ORTP in Sofievskaya Str.), the first one in Russia.
The Radio laboratory scientific consultants were Professor L.I. Mandelshtam and Reader N.D. Papalsky, both future academicians of world fame.
In 1923 ORTP stopped its independent functioning. The same year in the building of former Higher Telegraph Mechanics Courses educational process was renewed but that time it was named after former Ukrainian Minister of Education Grinko and was called Odessa Higher Strong Currents Electrotechnical School (OHES).
OHES graduates gained their engineer qualification in the course of four-year training. In 1925 at High Electrotechnical School there was organized Weak Currents Department having three small groups of telegraphists, telephonists and radio operators. Since then Odessa had begun training engineers of communications and the first official graduates appeared in 1925.
In the course of educational reform provided in autumn 1929 Odessa Higher Electrotechnical School became Electrotechnical Department of Odessa Politechnical Institute (OPI).
Next year in according with the USSR Government Resolution (4/237 of July 23, 1930) the Electrotechnical Department was singled out into Odessa Communication Engineers Institute with the first graduates in 1931.
C.D. Yasinovskiy, Dean of Electrotechnical Department, was appointed the Director of OCEI.
Two buildings were given to the new educational institution, i.e. the building of former Higher Telegraph Mechanics Courses (Higher Electrotechnical School) and two-storey school building in 61 Komsomolskaya Str.
During the Institute formation great work was being done for the Red Army needs, viz. radio equipment was being designed and produced under the guidance of 1931-year graduate S.M. Plakhotnik, future the USSR Deputy Minister of Communications and the USSR State Prize winner. The USSR Deputy Minister of Defense M.M. Tukhachevskiy personally supervised the work.
S.M. Plakhotnik was one of the first scientists in the Soviet Union who designed a TV set, its operation was demonstrated in the Odessa Opera and Ballet Theatre for the participants of Regional Soviet Congress. Later he presented Marshal of the Soviet Union K.E. Voroshilov with the improved model of the TV set in 1933 when an anniversary of the Red Army was celebrated in Moscow.
In 1935-1937 distance television transmission from Odessa to Moscow was realized under the guidance of S.M. Plakhotnik for the first time in the Soviet Union.
In 1931-1937 educational institutions of various levels in Odessa (OICE, Technical College of Communications, WST School) formed a so-called Communications Center.
Good deal of pre-war graduates from the Institute was acknowledged experts in the branch of electrocommunications. Among them were Doctors of Technical Sciences, Professors I.S. Honorovsky, G.Z. Aizenberg, A.N. Zingerenko, P.I. Yevdokimov and the State Prize winners V.F. Zhelezov, S.M. Plakhotnik, A.A. Bolshoy, N.N. Smiritsky, V. Shumeyko.
Since 1937 V.A. Nadezhdin, a Military Communications Academy graduate, had headed the Institute.
When the Great Patriotic War burst out the Institute was in the period of its prosperity.
Since the very first war days an extremely intensive work had started against fascist invasion. To some extend, it was promoted by so-called pre-war “military” groups of Institute graduates whose training had been accomplished according to special programs Owing to that fact, the Red Army was remanded with sufficient number of skilled commanders for communication subdivisions. A great many of them became senior officers and generals. For instance, the military rank of lieutenant general was awarded to the 1941-year graduate N.N. Smirnitsky. After the war he became the USSR State Prize winner for his great contribution to machine building development. Some of communication graduates were the participants of historical events of paramount importance. For instance, the 1941-year graduate F.T. Kanivchenko was in command of communication service regular functioning for Supreme Commander-in-Chief at Teheran and Yalta International Conference, and the graduate of 1934 A.G. Moldovanov was the head of Radio Communication unit, through which information was transmitted to Moscow and Paris from the place of signing documents on unconditional Germany surrender.
But all that happened later. At uneasy period of war beginning, when future graduates were to present their Diploma projects, they went to the Military Commissar Offices to take part in the war without waiting for their Diplomas receiving. A great many of lecturers and students voluntary joined the military divisions that patrolled their native city.
In July 1941 the Institute was being actively prepared for evacuation. In the laboratory buildings equipped with untransformed radio stations, telegraph laboratory and diesel power station of guaranteed electricity supply, a special Maritime Army Communication Center was organized there, which would play a very important role in Odessa heroic defense. Because of communication efficient operating Odessa was left unruined but the laboratory buildings as important military units were destroyed. The Institute was evacuated to Guryev town situated on the Kaspian Sea shore. But lack of necessary buildings caused unworkable state for the Institute. For that reason the Institute was transferred to Tashkent city. Moscow Institute of Communications had already been there. For rational use of laboratory equipment and lecturers’ staff both institutes were united into one.
V.A. Nadezhdin was appointed the Director of joint Institute in April 1942. In summer 1944 the decision for renewal of Odessa Electrotechnical Institute of Communication Engineers was admitted.
V.A. Nadezhdin, former Director of the Institute, took great efforts for positive decision.
Both old and new pre-war Institute laboratory buildings had been absolutely ruined and they couldn’t be restored.
There had been German military hospital in educational building (at present it is laboratory building 1).
The result of extremely difficult organizational measures on the hospital eviction became desks manufacturing and laboratory stands producing in October 1944 when first 60 students entered the Institute for the first time after Odessa liberation from fascists’ invaders.
The students lived and studied in the same premises. Half-ruined building of students’ hostel in Manezhnaya street was temporarily occupied by the lecturers returned to the Institute, and the building in Ostrovidov street was occupied by OMD Headquarters. Soon after the war the legendary Victory Marshal G.K. Zhukov worked there. There is a memorial plate there on the building.
Victorious end of the war against Hitler Germany couldn’t bring killed people back. A great many of lecturers and students were lost in that war. Memorial Stella was mounted in front of the main institute building with students’ and employees’ money as their memorial obligation.
Front-line soldier students brought the atmosphere of discipline and responsibility on the institute life. It helped in educational process in hard post-war time and influenced next student generations.
In 1948 Reader I.P. Pishkin was appointed the Head of the Institute.
In 1954 under his leadership one of the first USSR experimental television centers was created with captured radio details using, it also served Odessa city needs.
Great attention was always paid to the physical training of students. There was a lot of sport records gained both in individual and team competitions. Former tank-officer B.D. Faktman was the head physical training chair in post-war period and owing to his great efforts the Institute had great sporting fame.
Alongside with educational process, scientific research work was being revived too. It should be mentioned that in 1959 the country five-hectare scientific training ground was created, and “Meteor” SRW, headed by A.I. Khachaturov, where many outstanding scientists of the Academy started their scientific activities.
Odessa citizens and numerous visitors of our city listen with great pleasure to the music of I.O. Dunayevsky, which is heard from Odessa chiming clock, built at the Institute in 1959. Chimes sounding has become the original symbol of Odessa.
The beginning of educational process in a new building (September, 1953) turned to be a very important event in the Institute life and to great extent it became its new birthday. There, in the new building, the students who entered the Institute in 1954 had started their studies and their graduation year turned to be the most fruitful in the Institute history, they gave 7 Doctors and 46 Candidates of Technical Sciences. They became the State Prize winners (I. Dezhurny, H. Shutko), the USSR Soviet of Minister Prize winners (A. Zhadan), the USSR EAPE Gold medal winner (A. Kogut).
The Institute is proud of its graduates, such as the Lenin Prize winners A.A. Bolshoy, V.G. Popov, N.F. Lukonin, L.M. Kosoy; the State Prize winners C.M. Plakhotnik, V.I. Korol, B.N. Timofeyev, A.I. Romanov.
In 1953 the Correspondence Department was organized at the Institute, then in 1956 the Part Time Evening Department, in 1962 ECC in Kishinev City, and in 1967 Kiev Correspondence Department which became the base for Kiev Institute of Communications of further creation. Since 1965 there at the Institute has been functioning the Scientific Board for Candidate theses presenting in the following specialities: “Theory, systems and devices for information transmission in communication channels”. Since that time 151 Candidate theses have been presented there.
In 1967 the Institute was named after A.S. Popov in accordance with the USSR Cabinet of Ministers Resolution. In 1980 for successful training of communication engineers and scientific researches developing the Institute was awarded with the State Official Honorary Diploma by the Ukrainian Presidium of Supreme Soviet.
In 1966-1981 Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor Boris P. Kutasin was at the head of the Institute. From 1981 till 2001 the Institute and then the Academy was headed by Ivan P. Panfilov. In 2001 Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor Pyotr P. Vorobiyenko was elected the Rector of Odessa National A.S. Popov Academy of Telecommunications.
- Information security in telecommunication systems
- Automatic means of communication
- Postal network
- Software information network
- Information technology and systems in business
- Mobile communication
- Safety of prodyction processes
- Management faculty
Odesa National Maritime Academy is still considered to be the only educational establishment that trains qualified officers for the marine transport foreign vessels. Nowadays 245 foreign students from 31 countries are studying at the Academy.
During the period from 1950 till 2009 more than 1000 cadets from 86 countries of Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America, including the near abroad countries, such as Russian Federation, Moldova, Georgia etc., graduated from the Academy.
The first foreign student from Poland Pytko Zgybnew arrived to study here in 1950, then, in 1951 a citizen of Czechoslovakia, Materna Yirji, a citizen of China, Yui Yuan Fu and later in 1953 – another citizen of China, Chan Lai Sai also came here to get education. In 1955 students from Poland, the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam etc. were coming to study at Odesa Higher Marine School.
A considerable quantity of the graduates works in their countries as ship's Masters, Chief Engineers and in other areas. A number of graduates occupies high state positions – heads of steamship companies and higher educational establishments, deans of faculties, and professors.
167 people from Vietnam graduated from the OHEMU-ONMA. Among them there was Le Dick Toan. After finishing OHEMU, and a postgraduate course later, he worked as KHEMU Rector (now called Vietnam Maritime University). In 1982 a group of graduates — deans of faculties, chairs led by Le Dick Toan visited the Academy. Fan Hong Sean is the rector of Khoshimin Maritime University of Transportation, Wu Min Tao is the dean of Maritime faculty of the fore-mentioned University. Do Viet Shi – the First Vice-Rector of the Vietnam Maritime University. Juan Van An is the Dean of the Ship's Engineering Department. Juan Van Zuet is the head of the Haiphong steamship company. Chin Van Fan is the master, head of the steamship company.
124 people graduated from the Academy from former Czechoslovakia. Vodichka Indrzhykh, the graduate of ONMA Engineering faculty, works as a Minister of Labour in Chech Republic. Peter Kadichka was the head of the Marine Steamship Company Inspection. Materna Irzhy, one of the first graduates, worked as Master of the MV "Koshitse".
Besides Vietnam and Czechoslovakia, citizens from India (82 graduates), Syria (73 graduates), Cuba (48 graduates), Lebanon (32 graduates), Poland (26 graduates) and other countries, have graduated from the Academy and finished post graduate courses. Now they occupy high positions and run business. 20 people among the graduates finished post graduate courses and obtained a scientific degree of Candidate of Technical Sciences.
Foreign cadets take an active part in sports: chess games, table-tennis, volleyball, etc. It was mentioned in "Vechernyaya Odessa" that foreign students were rewarded with diplomas, and valuable prizes for their sports achievements. The dean organized celebrations for graduates from India, Vietnam and Cuba.
In 1976-1980 the choir of Czechoslovakia youth organization led by cadet Miroslav Reitmann and a vocal group consisting of cadets from Madagascar expatriate community (led by Talainy L. Daniel) were of great success among Odesans, they also traveled to different cities with concerts.
Since the moment of independent State of Ukraine foundation, in August 1991, foreign students' education has been contract-based, only a small part of students have studied at the expense of some countries' budgetary funds (Vietnam, Slovakia, Moldova).
Academy's Administration and Dean of Foreign Students Dean's Office have always taken measures regarding enhancing connections and contacts with representatives from firms and companies from different countries as for foreigners' studying at the Academy. Favourable conditions for education and living in the campus have been established for foreigners studying at the Academy.
Since January 1999 preparatory department for foreign students has started to work. The main task of the preparatory department is foreign citizens' adjustment at the Academy, studying Russian and Ukrainian to the extent necessary for further studying according to the chosen speciality.
Education is the most important element of social relations' humanitarization between different states. That's why international relations internationalizations stipulates students and teachers' mobility and migration with the aim of receiving education in different states.
Thus, the international activity is mainly aimed at creating conditions for accelerating the processes, first of all, of considerable increase of international students' contingent at national higher educational establishments and colleges. Work in this field allows to significantly extend off-budget and equity financing of Ukrainian educational establishments, to preserve teaching staff, and to use additional currency resources for development, etc.
About 8000 cadets and students study at Odesa National Maritime Academy (ONMA). The annual graduation is about 1000 specialists.
The Academy was accredited by the State Accreditation Board of Ukraine with accreditation level IV (the highest). The specialities of automation, ships' engineering, electromechanical and radio-electronic faculties were accredited by the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology of Great Britain (IMarEST) with the "charter engineer", - the highest level, and the faculty of Navigation was accredited by the Nautical Institute of Great Britain (NI).
The studies are carried out according to the graded system. The terms of studies are the following: four years for bachelor, five and a half years for specialist and master. The system of ship's crew training is in compliance with the requirements of the International Convention of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW -78/ 95) and other international conventions which give graduates the right to work on all types of vessels of native and foreign companies.
ONMA comprises eight faculties, Azov Maritime Institute (the city of Mariupol), Izmail faculty, Training and Certifying Centre for Seafarers and Technical Fleet College. Besides such centres as Survival under Extreme Conditions at Sea, Information Consulting Centre, Maritime Training Centre of Ships' Power Installations, Special Technologies for Ships' Technical Maintenance Arrangement, publishing One-"Issue-Inform", GMDSS Educational & Training centre, Sports and Recreational Centre and the Centre of Medical Examination and Rehabilitation were created.
Considerable time of training process is devoted to simulator training in accordance with the STCW-78/95 (Section A-I/12 "Standards that Set out Simulators' Usage" and Section B-I/12 "Guide on Simulators' Usage").
Navigation cadets use different programmes based on complex radar simulators RLS and ARPA of the firms "Norcontrol" (Norway) and "Transas Marine" (Great Britain, Russia).
Cadets of engineering specialities study operation and maintenance of ships' power installations on the simulators of "Dieselsim" type of the firm "Norcontrol" (Norway); LSS-2 of the firm "Haven Automation Ltd" (Great Britain) and "Woodward" (the USA). Cadets of radioelectronics and navigation faculties train on the simulators of the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) "Sailor" of "Transas Marine" firm, "IZUMI 900", on operating ships' radio equipment and also on the simulator of automatic identification system (AIS).
The Central University building, an architectural monument from the first half of the 19th century (Classic style, which is part of the ensemble of Poltava Empire style), was built in the years 1828 to 1832 by St. Petersburg and architect Ludwig Charlemagne as premises for the Institute of Fine Panels.
It was founded December 12, 1818 by the wife of the governor-general in Poltava and Chernihiv provinces MG Repnin Barbara Institute of Fine Pann in Poltava and became the first provincial cities of the Russian autocratic empire secondary educational institution closed for women. Over the hundred years of the institute's maiden it at different times the outstanding figures of the Ukrainian, Russian and Czech cultures. In particular, more than 36 years have constant supervision of academic work known Ukrainian poet and fabulist, a former rector of the Kharkov University, Professor PP Gulak-Artemovskij.
For many years a member of the nobility of the board of trustees of the Institute worked in prominent Ukrainian poet, playwright VV Kapnist. Art, piano, playing and singing Italian schoolgirl taught famous pianists and composers, collectors Ukrainian folklore brothers Czechs Yedlichky - Alois i Wenceslas. It worked faculty artists Ivan Zaitsev, Catherine Roschina, Vasily Volkov, printmaker Splitstesser, taught literature pioneer Ukrainian romanticism Levko Borovikovsky. Girls' Institute graduated talented sisters Psyol - Glafira and Alexander, one - artist friend - a poet. From these walls in 1861, published a famous Ukrainian writer - democrat Love Yanovska. In different years the institute visited IP Kotlyarevsky, T. Shevchenko, M. Gogol, VA Zhukovsky, the Decembrists - brothers Sergei and Matthew Mouravievs-apostles.
In January 1918, the Institute of Fine Pann evacuated to Vladikavkaz, where it initiated the establishment of urban girls' school. From 1918 until 1930 in the central building of the former institute located land surveying college, an orphanage, school gardening and other institutions, organizations and institutions. In 30 years in the newly established system of higher education designed to provide rapidly increasing need of engineering personnel for the huge construction site that it is the whole of the USSR, Poltava became union training center for agricultural engineers building. According to the decree of the Soviet government on 23 July 1930 at number 237 on the establishment of new universities, Commissariat land of the Ukrainian government issued August 19, 1930 ordered the formation of Poltava Agricultural Institute building. The rich agricultural traditions and achievements of Poltava in 1920 prepared in Agricultural Institute (Faculty of Agricultural construction) frames for the village.
It is this faculty decision Poltava City Council moved to the premises of the former Institute of Fine panel - Pershotravnevyi Avenue, № 24 (central three-storey building and two-storey side, not connected to the central body), which was the location of the new university. Among the first instructors - graduate of the Kiev Polytechnic graduate outstanding scientist-engineer E. Paton - MS Toryanyk who founded a scientific school reinforced the institute, EV Platonov - Graduate Institute of Railway Engineers in Petrograd founded a scientific school of basics i foundations; former provincial architect of Poltava TJ Hardasevych - founder of scientific school of architectural design, social discipline in the institute taught OK Kasymenko, S. Danishev - subsequently known native historians. In the years 1933 to 1934, a part of our school faculty connected farm building Saratov Institute of Agriculture building along with 200 students. From 1934 the library of the Institute was headed south veins - a teacher by profession, poet by vocation. In 1938 he was arrested and executed by the decision of a special three NKVD in Poltava oblast common in those days, the charge of "anti-Soviet propaganda." Despite the losses experienced in times of famine and repression, Poltava Institute of Agricultural Engineers build confidence overcame its first decade. Number of departments in the institute grew, and in 1940 it was already 20 (mathematics, physics, chemistry, graphics, theoretical mechanics, structural mechanics, construction materials, construction industry, etc.). The institute trained more than 500 students.
For the first ten years of the prewar educational activities staff of the Institute has trained over 800 graduates - engineers for the village. Since the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, June 22, 1941 on the shoulders of teachers and student staff, administration institute lay heavy burden of responsibility for the evacuation team in Uralsk far. Graduate engineers, teachers, men were mobilized to participate in battles with the Nazis. Students continue to study, care for the wounded, stocked fuel. October 19, 1943 staff of the Institute returned to Poltava, that they had to be just as ruined building institute. The first postwar decade teaching students the teachers i worked in adapted premises at street 8. Along with rebuilding the destroyed building of the Institute of Engineers of agricultural building (from 1961 - Engineering Institute) grew i matured collective institution, strengthened and developed its material base. During the 1954–1971 years, opening up new departments, industrial and civil engineering, architectural, sanitary, technical, correspondence with evening offices, training, the efforts of the administration at that time organized construction of the lab, right i left buildings, new dormitories for students. During these years successfully operated student design office, created in 1930.
In March 1992, the team was reformed institutions of mono-profile Building Institute, which trained six specialties, the University of the training of specialists in 26 areas: economic, electromechanical, environmental, architectural, construction and so on. Diligent work of all the faculty of the school in preparing educational programs and business plans, training of laboratory i logistics, scientific and technical literature created preconditions for its successful accreditation for the fourth, the highest, international level and rename it according to the decision of the cabinet Ukraine on August 29, 1994 at the Technical University, and in accordance with a presidential decree Ukrainy number 302/2002 on 27 March 2002 granting it the status of national. Later, in March,1992 the was reformed.[clarification needed]Campuses and BuildingsThe University consists of the following buildings:
Central studying building «Ц» (historical monument of architecture)
9 studying buildings: «Л», «П», «А», «Ф», «В», «У», «Д», «К», «Н»
Laboratory facilities and modules;
The stadium and sports complex;
Campus of 5 dormitories for students and dispensary.
Institutes and FacultiesFaculties
Oil-gas and nature management
Finance and economics
Management and business
Information and telecommunication technologies and systems
Centre of Postgraduate Education
Preparation department for foreign students
Poltava Petroleum Exploration College
Myrhorod State Art Industrial College
HistoryFranz-Josephs-UniversitätSee also: Franz Joseph University (disambiguation)
The University was founded as a Franz Josephs Universität in 1875 on the basis of the Czernowitz Higher Theological School. Originally, the main language of instruction was German with separate departments for Ukrainian and Romanian and literature. During the period of Austro-Hungarian rule the university operated three faculties: Orthodox theology, law and philosophy. At the time the majority of the students were Jewish and German Austrians, while Ukrainians and Romanians comprised for about 20%–25% of the student body.
Universitatea Regele Carol IIn 1918, after Bukovina became part of the Kingdom of Romania, the university was renamed Universitatea Regele Carol I din Cernăuţi. The current building of the university dates from 1920–22, and was commissioned by the Romanian government. From 1919 to 1940 the university was largely Romanized; the Ukrainian department was abolished, Ukrainian professors were dismissed and instruction was fully switched to Romanian. In 1933, of 3,247 students, there were 2,117 Romanians, 679 Jews, 199 Germans, 155 Ukrainians (decreasing from 239 out of 1671 students in 1920), 57 Poles, 26 Russians and 4 of other nationalities. Ion Nistor, a prominent Romanian historian and one of the most vocal proponents of Greater Romanian nationalism was the university rector for many years.
Chernivtsi State UniversityUpon the 1940 Soviet takeover of northern Bukovina, the territory was attached to the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic and the primary language in the university was switched to Ukrainian. The university, renamed Chernivtsi State University, was significantly expanded and reorganized. Teaching of science was greatly increased and the theological department was dissolved and then reopened in 1996. In 1989 the university was named to honor Yuriy Fedkovych, a prominent Ukrainian writer, a native of Bukovina. In the Soviet years, the number of Romanian students at the university declined sharply. In 1991–92, the last year of Soviet rule, the number of Romanian students was only 4.44% (434 out of 9,769). Among teaching faculty, the breakdown by nationalities is as follows: Ukrainian teachers 465 (77.1%), Russians 102 (16.9%), Moldovans 9 (1.4%), Romanians 7 (1.1%), Belarusians 6 (0.9%), etc.
Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National UniversitySince 2000, when the university was awarded National status, it operates under its current name, Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University.
By decision of Session of Council of European University Association, held in Brussels on January 15, 2009, Yuri Fedkovich Chernivtsi National University was granted a full individual membership in European University Association.
Campuses and buildingsYuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University consists of 17 buildings, with the total amount of 105 units. The total area is 110.8 thousand square meters, including training buildings - 66 square meters.
The architectural ensemble of the main campus of the university, the Residence of Bukovinian and Dalmatian Metropolitans is included on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site.
FacultiesFaculty of Biology, Ecology and Biotechnology
Faculty of Geography
Faculty of Economics
Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Modern European Languages
Faculty of History, Political Science and International Relations
Faculty of Computer Studies
Faculty of Applied Mathematics
Faculty of Pedagogics, Psychology and Social Activity
Faculty of Physics
Faculty of Philology
Faculty of Philosophy and Theology
Faculty of Chemistry
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Physical Training and Health
LibrariesThe university library was founded in 1852 as Krayova Library — the first public library in Bukovina. By 2004, its total book stock included 2,554,000 copies and among them 1,215,000 copies of scientific literature, 171,000 of textbooks and manuals, and 648,000 of fiction. The fund of foreign books contains 376,000 works in German, Romanian, English, Latin, Polish, Ancient Greek, French, Hebraic, Yiddish and other languages.
The scientific library includes 11 departments: collection, scientific processing, native fund preservation, foreign fund preservation, rare and valuable books, book borrowing, reading halls, branch, cultural work, information technologies and information-bibliographic.
I.Horbachevsky Ternopil State Medical University ranks third in Ukraine among the higher medical schools of the IVth accreditation level according to the latest rating list of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.In the latest rating list of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine I.Horbachevsky Ternopil State Medical University.
Almost 1200 international students from 62 countries of the world study at the University. Languages of instruction: Ukrainian, English, Russian. Agreements on cooperation have been signed with universities from 17 countries of the world. 15 years' experience of teaching medicine in English
Faculty of Pharmacy
Faculty of Dentistry
Postgraduate Training Faculty
Faculty of Foreign Students
|Teaching Staff:||549 (including 3 Corresponding Members of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine,
86 Doctors of Sciences, Professors, 336 Candidates of Sciences,
9 Honorary Workers of Science and Technology,
3 Honorary Inventors of Ukraine,3 State Prize Laureates,
3 Honorary Physicians of Ukraine)
|Number of Students:||4063, including 1200 foreign students from 62 countries|
|Language of Study:||Ukrainian, Russian, English|
|Forms of Study:||Full-time; correspondence (distance)|
|Forms of Postgraduate training:||Internship Program
Postgraduate Course (Master’s Degree)
Postgraduate Course (PhD)
|Education:||State-financed, contractual (self-financed)|
History The institute was founded in 1957. In 1997 it received the status of medical academy, and in 2004 that of a university. Rankings and reputation The Ukraine Ministry of Health has ranked Ternopil State Medical University as second among the medical universities in Ukraine. It has been awarded the IV (highest) accreditation level by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. The university has been ranked 13,060 out of 20,000 universities in the world and at 8854 out of 11,000 universities in the world. Academic provision Teaching staff The pedagogical staff numbers 408 teachers, including 71 Doctors of Science, 59 professors, 124 associate professors, and 261 Candidates of Science. The staff includes one Corresponding Member of AMS of Ukraine, 8 Honored Workers of Science and Technology of Ukraine, 3 Honored Inventors of Ukraine, and 4 Honored Physicians of Ukraine.
Teaching The student population of the faculty is over 3000, including more than 1000 foreign students. Classes usually consists of 8-12 persons. There are 10 lecture-halls equipped with modern demonstration apparatus. Practical classes and seminars are held in the laboratories and thematic classrooms, while clinical training takes place in the wards and the laboratories of functional and instrumental diagnostics. Since 2006 the "Z-system" of training has been introduced, by which students in their first years learn clinical aspects together with theoretical subjects. Different departments are located at different locations around Ternopil city.
A typical class is held from 9am to 3pm, with 1 subject covered in a day. Students are usually involved with practical activities from 9 to 12, the theoretical and seminar part being held from 1 to 2 pm.
Languages of instruction are Ukrainian, English, and Russian.
Qualifications Ternopil State Medical University is listed in the FAIMER (International Medical Education) directory under ECFMG and the WHO (World Health Organization) directory of Medical Universities/Schools. TSMU’s degree is recognized by WHO, US Education Department, General Medical Council of England, and in EU countries.
Since 2005 students are assessed according to the European Credit Test System (ECTS) credit-module system, which will allow the diplomas granted by the University to be converted in all countries of the European Union.
Faculties The university contains the following faculties: Medicine (6 years – MD or MBBS), Dentistry (5 years), Pharmacy (5 years), and Nursing (2-4 years). Postgraduate programs are also offered in different fields.
The theoretical departments of the faculty occupy four educational scientific institutes, which are independent structural-functional subdivisions of the University: Institute of Morphology, Institute of Biomedical Problems, Institute of Modeling and Pathologic Processes Analyzing, and M. Skakun Institute of Pharmacology, Hygiene and Medical Biochemistry. There are 12 clinical departments, based at city and regional medical establishments in Ternopil.
Postgraduate education Postgraduates can study for a Master's Degree or a PhD.
Other continuing education includes a Training Internship Program, and provision for clinical specialization.
Vacation activities Activities provided during vacations include anatomical, histological and microbiological brain rings[clarification needed], and meetings with distinguished people in the fields of culture and technology. The folk music ensemble of “Luna Karpat” has won national awards. International summer schools have involved students from the University of South Carolina, Moscow State University, Kazakh Medical Academy, Shlyonsk Medical Academy (Poland), National Pharmaceutical University (Kharkiv).
Foreign students More than 1000 international students from 28 different countries are studying in Ternopil State Medical University. The University collaborates with a number of foreign institutions.
Ternopil State Medical University is the first university in Ukraine to adopt the American Nursing Program. In the American Nursing School and International Nursing School, teaching follows the American Nursing School curriculum. TSMU collaborates with the University of South Carolina Upstate (USA) to exchange academic programs for nursing students. The Nursing School offers two degrees:
Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) – two year program
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) – four year program (or two years for those who already have a nursing degree)
After graduation students are eligible to take the National Council License Examination (NCLEX) and Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS) for registered nurses to start working and living in USA. After obtaining associate degree, students can transfer to USA for bachelor degree. A special course is provided to prepare graduates for their NCLEX exam.
Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University (LNMU) is one of the oldest and biggest medical educational institutions in Ukraine. It is one of the leading medical universities of the IV level of accreditation. LNMU begins from the Medical Faculty of Lviv University, which was opened on November 16, 1784, according to the privilege of the Austrian emperor Josef II. In 2009 University celebrated its 225 anniversary.
22 scientific schools actively function and develop in University: of obstetrics and gynecology, biochemical, hygienic, of infectious diseases, of history of medicine and pharmacy, microbiological, morphological, of neurology and neurosurgery, of oncology, of otorhynolaryngology, ophthalmological, of pathological anatomy and pathological physiology, pediatric, psychiatric, of dentistry, of internal diseases, pharmacological, physiological, of phtisiatry, of chemistry and pharmacy, of surgery.
LNMU provides admission for foreign citizens to the undergraduate education at Faculty of General Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry and Faculty of Pharmacy, also provides admission for Preparatory Course and Postgraduate Training. According to the License of Ministry of Education, Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine АГ №582786 from 07.02.2012 the amount of foreign citizens for Undergraduate Education – 250 persons, for Preparatory Course – 100 persons, for Postgraduate training – 150 persons.
At 78 University departments, at the Institute of Clinical Pathology, in the Central Research Laboratory (CRL) and Laboratory of industrial toxicology are working 1211 scientists: 134 Doctor of Sciences and more than 620 PhD degree holders, including 113 full professors, 369 associate professors, 50 senior tutors, 662 assistant professors, 17 researchers. Among them there are 23 Members, 7 Corresponding Members of Academy of Sciences, 12 Honored Workers of Science and Technology,
7 Honored Workers of Education, 19 Honored Doctors, 1 Honored Worker of Physical Culture and Sport,
8 Laureates of the State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Technology.
Training of specialists in LNMU is provided at 6 Faculties: Medical Faculty #1 and #2, Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Pharmacy (regular and correspondence education), Faculty of Postgraduate training, Faculty of Foreign Students – according to educational-qualificational level: specialist, master, and also in University Medical College according to educational-qualificational level – junior specialist.
The annual university amount of students is more than 19100 persons, which includes 5426 undergraduate students (including more than 1000 foreign students), 62 students of Preparatory Course, more than 1500 internship doctors, 50 students of Master's program, 70 students of PhD program, 70 Postgraduate doctors (Clinichna Ordynatura), around 11000 students of Faculty of Postgraduate training, 312 students of Medical College. Students of all Faculties study according to the credit-module system.
In 2011 the first graduation of students, who studied according to the demands of "Bologna" process, took place.
Beginning from 1961 University provides education for foreign citizens. During 50 years over 2,5 thousand doctors and pharmacists - foreigners have got education here and have been working successfully as doctors and pharmacists in many countries of the world. Education is provided in Ukrainian, Russian Language, and since 1997 the teaching of foreign students in English has been launched and is rapidly developing. Now 70% of University foreign students study in English Medium Program.
University library contains more than 530000 volumes of textbooks, manuals and other relevant medical literature. Library has modern computer equipment. She has Internet connection and is connected with other scientific city libraries.
University in the Member of International and European Associations of Universities, and also is the member of almost 70 another international organizations, academies, federations. University is included into Directory of World Health Organization (WHO) and into Directory of Universities of Central European countries. In terms of University activities LNMU has the leading positions in ratings of higher educational institutions and higher medical educational institutions of Ukraine (Scopus 2010 – the 2nd place among medical universities and academies of Ukraine).
Clinical departments of University have the fund of more than 10000 beds (41 affiliated hospitals), 9 polyclinic departments with 3510 attendances during shift, University dental medical centre for more than 2000 attendances during shift.
University scientists closely cooperate with foreign colleagues in different spheres of medicine and pharmacy. Agreements of cooperation in the area of medical education and research were signed and are fulfilled between LNMU and Jagiellonian University Medical College (Krakow, Poland), Silesian Medical University (Katowice, Poland), Lublin Medical University (Poland), Poznan Medical University (Poland), Medical University in Warsaw (Poland), Wroclaw Medical University (Poland), Medical University in Gdansk (Poland), Medical University in Bialystok (Poland), Medical University in Sofia (Bulgaria).
University departments and laboratories participate in 12 scientific programs of Ukrainian Ministry of Health and international organizations. More that 50 research projects are carried out together with Ukrainian and foreign partners.
Over 2,500 unique preparations are collected in Anatomical Museum, as well as in the Museum of Human Diseases (which is included into register of national heritage) and in Museum of Forensic Medicine. The rare collection of medicinal and other useful plants of the University botanical garden, the collection of samples of medicinal plants of different climatic zones, the herbarium of Podillya and Carpathian region flora (3500 samples) is a good base for the research of students and teaching staff.
Cost of study for foreign students (in US Dollars for one academic year) for the academic year 2015/2016 is set at:
- Faculty of General Medicine
Ukrainian language – 3500
Russian language – 3800
English language – 4300
- Faculty of Dentistry
Ukrainian language – 4000
Russian language – 4300
English language – 4800
- Faculty of Pharmacy
Ukrainian language – 3100
Russian language – 3300
English language – 3700
- Preparatory Course
Ukrainian language – 1500
- Postgraduate training
Ukrainian/Russian language – 3200
Today Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University combines 6 faculties, medical college, 78 departments (including 48 clinical departments), 14 academic buildings, 41 affiliated hospitals, University dental medical centre for more than 2000 attendances during shift, teaching drugstore, botanical garden, CRL and Laboratory of industrial toxicology, Institute of clinical pathology, research centre for investigation of anticancer drugs, scientific library, 8 student hostels, sanatorium, student cafes and canteens, sports and health recovery camp "Medyk".
There are 40 amateur groups, clubs, workshops in University. Among them three amateur groups have the high degree of National. These National amateur groups are: folk dance ensemble "Horytsvit" (Adonis), folk choir "Muses of Hippocrates", folk ensemble "Medicus".
There are 23 sport-public and recreation and sports clubs in the University.
Ivano is one of the beautiful cities of Ukraine, an important scientific and cultural center. State establishment Ivano Frankivsk National Medical University [IFNMU] is a modern institution of higher education with rich traditions.
Establishment of Ivano Frankivsk National Medical University was founded in the year of 1945. Ivano Frankivsk National Medical University is one of the oldest and leading medical University of Ukraine from last 68 years and former USSR. High level of qualification allows graduates of the University to work successfully in many countries of the world, to achieve great success in science and practical public health services. Among them are scientists, heads of public health service, honored doctors.
Ivano Frankivsk National Medical University provides high quality education to students who are looking for quality education at an affordable course fees. There are Thirteen faculties and a preparatory department. The Ivano Frankivsk National Medical University trains specialists along the following education / qualification levels: Under graduate, Junior specialists, specialists, Masters for the following specialties:
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Ivano Frankivsk National Medical University prepares specialists in 185 medical specialities. Good facilities, high qualification level of the teaching staff, scientific and methodical provision led Ivano Frankivsk National Medical University is one of the leading places in the country.
Teaching Staff 443 teachers, among them 77 PhDs, 264 candidates for PhD and 19 Academicians, including five Honored Science and Technique Workers of Ukraine, one Honored Worker of public education of Ukraine, two Honored doctors of Ukraine, two Laureates of State prize of Ukraine carry out pedagogical, scientific, medical and educational work at 48 departments. Ivano Frankivsk National Medical University has very good facilities.
The Medical University has traditions in educational, research activity, organization of the students’ leisure, maintaining of heartly relations with the graduates.Material-technical basis: 3 educational buildings, modern equipment, research centre and centre of new information technologies, more than 780 modern computers, which are connected up to Internet, large library (500 thousand books), own printing house.
The Muslim Center and the Mosque function near the University.At the medical university 6250 students are trained, including 2080 foreigners. In total about 44000 doctors, among them 2100 specialists of the highest level, possessing the Candidate’s and Ph.D., M.D. degrees, including more than 7500 foreign citizens from 106 foreign countries ofEurope, Asia, Middle East, Latin America, Africa) have been trained.
Annually the University chairs issue 10-12 text-books of methodics and other educational-methodical materials for the foreign students.
The activity of the Medical University on training doctors among the foreign citizens, international collaboration and international relations are coordinated by the Vice-rector for international links.
In the structure of management of the international citizens’ education function the department for international links, the dean's office of the preparatory faculty and the dean's office for undergraduate and postgraduate international students.
Kharkiv National Medical University (KNMU) Ukraine is one of the oldest higher educational establishments of Ukraine. It was founded in 1805 as the Medical Faculty of the Kharkiv University. Kharkov Medical Institute, Kharkov National Medical University and Kharkov State Medical University are old names of Kharkiv National Medical University/KNMU
Kharkiv National Medical University is the best institution for foreign students who want to Study Medicine in Ukraine.
The Degree (MBBS, BDS, MD, MDS, MS, NURSING) of the Kharkov National Medical University (KNMU) is prestigious and it is recognized in many countries of the world. Among former graduates of the University there are ministers and members of parliaments in various countries, outstanding scientists and famous specialists who founded their own clinics abroad. Within the period of their studies the students undergo academic training in main medical specialties. They take part in examinations of patients, giving urgent aid, work at X-ray rooms, clinical and biochemical laboratories. Particular attention is paid to clinical rounds of patients, their management, filling in and arrangement of case histories with their subsequent analysis. Clinical and theoretical training of the students is performed at 56 departments of the University and the best clinics of Kharkiv with use of modern medical diagnostic and therapeutically equipment, computer software of the academic process, a wide use of audio and video aids.
Historically, Kharkiv National Medical University (KNMU) was the first higher medical educational institution in Ukraine.
It was founded as the Medical Faculty of Kharkiv.
In 1920, the Medical Faculty was united with the Women’s Medical Institute, and Kharkiv Medical Academy was organized.
In 1921, the Academy was renamed as Kharkiv Medical Institute.
In 1994, the Institute served as a base for establishing Kharkov state Medical University.
In 2007 Kharkiv state Medical University was renamed as Kharkiv National Medical University
Since 1951 the University has been training specialists for foreign countries of the Eastern Europe, China, Mongolia, and since 1961 students from the countries of Asia, Africa, and Latin America have been studying here. Now, 2700 foreign citizens study at KNMU at the Medical and Dentistry Faculties, at the clinical postgraduate course. More than 7,000 specialists from 86 states of Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Middle East have graduated from KNMU since 1951. Among them 12 Doctors and 90 Candidates of Medical Sciences, about 200 postgraduates. The languages of instruction for foreign students are Russian and English. KNMU has become an important centre for international students who need expert teaching in learning. The University is currently training about 8,000 students, among them 2700 foreign citizens. Among the University academicians there are than 700 teachers, including 102 Doctors of Sciences and Professors, 387 Candidates of Medical Science, 32 members of academies, 17 Honored Scientists. Number of teaching/academic staff involved in teaching foreign students: total – 186, among them: doctors of sciences, professors (%) – 12.4; candidates of sciences, assistant professors (%) – 65.6.
Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) - Center of Education, Science and Culture of highly industrial region of Ukraine,Dnieper. The city of Dnepropetrovsk is is the main Industrial city of Ukraine.Above than 40% industry of Ukraine is loacted in Dnipropetrovsk. It is known as the business city of Ukraine.The city is highly developed and well established in all aspects of life. Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) is one of the oldest higher educational institution of Ukraine having 4th (the highest) level of accrediation in Ukraine.
Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) was founded on September 15, 1916 on the basis of Ekaterynoslavsky higher female courses Institute. Institute acquired the status of State Academy in 1920 and it was confirmed again to Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) in Ukraine in 1994 by th order of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine № 224 dated 20 April 1994.
Foundation and the establishment of the Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) was led by eminent scientists with world-known names, such as VP Karpov, Oleg S.Abrazhanov, O. Drzhevetsky, L. Gromashevsky, L.S. Halperin, M.F. Rudnev, G.F. Tsomakion, N.S. Kakhiani, M.S. Stanishevskaya, M.O. Kabanov, O.I. Talyantsev, I. Troitsky, S.M. Kompaneets, M.V. Donici, AV Padlewski etc.
TEACHING STAFF: 646 techaers works at the departments of Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA), among them are 98 Doctors of Medical Sciences, 359 Candidates of medical Sciences,1 Academician of Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine,1 Corresponding member of National
Academy of Sciences of Ukraine,2 Corresponding members of Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine,4 employees were awarded the Prizes of the President of Ukraine, 5 distinguishd workers of higher educational and public education of Ukraine, 9 honoures workers of Science and Technology, 9 State Proze winners of Ukraine nd Russia, 5 honoures Doctors of Ukraine, 24 full members and corresponding members of many National and foreign universities,members of international Scientific societies and Associations..In total the Academy employs over 1100 employees.
Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) is having the highest (the 4th) level of accrediation among all universities of Ukraine. In 1922 the Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) organized and edited two scientific medical journal: "Ekaterynoslavsky Medical Journal" and "New Surgical Archive". When the Academy created a single scientific society that was theoretical, surgical, therapeutic, orthopedic, trauma and pediatric sections.
Dnipropetrovsk State Medical University is the only in all over Ukraine, providing training to students in all seven faculties and preparatory department for foreign citizens.The faculties are following:
Management of Public Health
Preparatory faculty for foreign citizens
The Academy trains specialists in all faculties in English, Russian and Ukrainian languages.
Throughout its history the Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) has trained about 49 000 doctors, dentists, pharmacists and nurses-bachelors.
Since 1996, the Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) is headed by Academician of Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Professor G.V. Dzyak.
At present 4500 students are studying in Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA), among them are 700 students from 36 countries are getting training in different specialities, among them mostly students are from Jordan, Syria, India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Sudan, Palestine, China, Morocco, Lebanon, Kenya, Ghana and others.
Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) conducts training of foreign nationals since 1990. In 1995 the Academy graduated the first batch of foreign physicians. For 10 years, Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) trained more than 1000 foreign specialists from 30 countries of the world.
Scientific activities of the Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) are provided with modern technical and methodological bases. The priorities are:
development of new diagnostic technology development and progression of hypertension;
perinatal HIV infection: assessment of the effectiveness and optimization of modern pharmacological means of prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and deter the spread of HIV / AIDS;
development of new treatments and prevention of bladder cancer and prostate cancer;
Modern methods of diagnosis and treatment of cerebrovascular disease;
development of domestic technologies treatment of orthopedic diseases and injuries of musculoskeletal system.
Academy scientists actively participate in international congresses and symposia. Over the last 5 years, Academy defended the 15 doctoral and 167 master's theses. Performance of graduates of Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) was 100%. Academy received 265 patients, Published 6507 articles, 516 of them were internationally published. The Academy produces 3 academic scientific journals - "Medical Perspectives", "Urology" and "Dermatovenereology, cosmetology, sexual pathology".
The Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) occupies an area of 85 hectares. Academy has 8 academic buildings with total area of 52000 square meters, in which 608 classrooms, offices and laboratories are located.
Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) has 7 hostels for students with area of 46000 sq.m. 2849 students can stay at the Academy's hostels. The Academy has a sports complex(which includes gaming, fencing, fitness room, table tennis hall, wrestling, swimming pool, shooting gallery, a sports stadium with tennis courts), vivarium, a sanatorium, country sports camp for 250 people, academic library with electronic devices, Technocenter and two museums.
42 Clinical departments of Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) are located in the 28 hospitals of the city of Dnipropetrovsk and the number of beds which clinical departments use is 15000.
Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) provides high quality education to students who are looking for quality education at affordable course fees. Dnipropterovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) has good team of long term experienced teachers in providing quality education to the students.
19 professors and 58 associate professors works at the Faculty of Postgraduate education in Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA). Faculty Conducts postgraduate training in three areas:
primary specialty medical interns - internship
training or retraining of medical specialists
The Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy (DSMA) long experience in training of foreign specialists, highly qualified teaching staff and modern facilities - all guarantee high level of theoretical and practical training to the students of the University.
Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA) is the leading state higher educational institution in training both physicians and dentists. The Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA) started its activity in 1921 as the Odontologic Faculty of the Kharkiv Medical Academy. In 1967 the Institute was transferred to the city of Poltava and renamed as the Poltava Medical Stomatological Institute, which in 1994 was granted the highest (IV) accreditation level and the status of the Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA). Its accreditation level IV was confirmed in 2004.
Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA) provides high quality education to our students who are looking for quality education at an affordable course fees. Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA) has a good team of long term experienced lecturers in providing quality education to the students.
Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA) trains specailists in six faculties and a preparatory department. Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA) trains specialists along the following education / qualification levels: Junior specialists, specialists, Masters for the following specialties:
· General Medicine ( duration of study is 6 years)
· Pediatrics ( duration of study is 6 years)
· Stomatology (Dentistry) ( duration of study is 5 years)
· Pharmacy ( duration of study is 5 years)
· Medical Nursing ( duration of study is 2 years)
· Orthopedic Stomatology ( duration of study is 2 years)
The forms of studies are full-time and part-time (evening form of studies).
At the present at Ukrainain Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA), there are 3500 students studying today , including 729 international students from 39 different countries. There are General Medicine,Pediatrics,Pharmacy and Stomatological (Dentistry) Faculties, the Preparatory Faculty for international students training, the Postgraduate Faculty and the preparatory training course Department. A medical college, training bachelors and junior specialists, has been founded based on the Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA).
Ukrainian Medical Dental Academy is known as one of the most prestigious dental school of Europe and USSR.Dentists of our School are wokring in all over the world.
56 chairs,including 9 leading ones,funstion at the Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA).Clinical and consulting work is carried out at 35 clinical chairs of the Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA),located at the best regional and city medical establishments of Polatva.
The scientific potential of the Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA) is represented by 82 Doctors of Medical Science, 316 Candidates of Science, 75 Professors, 174 assistant professors, 2 winners of the Ukrainian State Prize, 8 Honoured Science and Technology workers of Ukraine, 6 Honoured Physicians of Ukraine.
There have been a number of considerable changes at the Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA) for the last decades having raised our higher institution on a new competitive level of specialist training and implemented the latest modern technologies of education. A great reputation of the Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA) was confirmed by two Silver and one Bronze Medals received at the International Exhibition of Educational Institutions “Modern education in Ukraine- 2001, 2002, 2004”. In June 2003 the Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA) participated in the rating of the higher educational institutions of Ukraine “Sophia Kyivska”. For the active operation in increasing quality of modern education the Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA) was rewarded a Diploma of Rating of Higher Educational institutions. In the nomination “The Third Millennium Quality” the Academy was awarded a silver Medal and the Diploma of the International Academic Rating of popularity “Golden Fortune”.
From 1999 to 2007 the Academy published over 516 educational and methodical textbooks in various scientific spheres. 106 patents were obtained in Ukraine and in Russia last year. 7 scientific schools have been founded here which function nowadays: operative surgery; topographic anatomy; normal physiology; oral surgery; biological chemistry; pathological anatomy; conservative dentistry; clinical and experimental pharmacology.
B eing a member of the UNO and UNESCO Ukraine takes an active part in fulfilment international programmes of high education. The Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA) provides assistance to foreign states in training their national medical specialists. A Faculty for international students was founded in 1992 in order to improve the quality of Medical training for foreign citizens. 729 international students from 37 different countries including India,Pakistan,Malaysia,Nigeria,Palestine, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Morocco, Algeria, Jordan, Kenya, Libya, Russia, Turkmenistan etc., study at the Academy today. They are guaranteed all the rights and freedoms stipulated by the current legislation of Ukraine. The training of foreign citizens is carried out in accordance with syllabuses and curriculum of the Ministry of Education and Science and the MHS of Ukraine. International and Ukrainian students have rights of equal access to lecture rooms, classrooms, reading halls and libraries, sports gyms. The students are also provided with some premises for organizing cultural, religious events and association meetings. The training process is provided by our scholars and educators who have a specialized education and rich experience in working with foreign citizens at the primary stages of their training. Having graduated from the Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA) foreign students obtain an international standard Diploma.
In 1997 the Dean's Office organized a preparatory Department for international citizens. The students study Russian language, Science Language, the Basics of Maths, Physics, Biology, Informatics, and Ethnology. Overall, the work of the preparatory Department is aimed to adapt the foreign citizens to the lifestyle and training in Ukraine and introduce the culture and traditions of the Ukrainians. Further post diploma education is getting more and more popular among the postgraduates of the Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (UMSA). They study at the clinical postgraduate (residency) and postgraduate courses. 32 foreigners graduates of the medical and stomatological Faculties undertake residency at different chairs. More and more foreigners having completed the clinical postgraduate course would like to continue their studies at the postgraduates courses.
The opening ceremony was held on January 29, 1805. The University made an important contribution to the Ukrainian national renaissance of the XIX-XXth centuries. It gave a powerful impetus to the emergence of Kharkiv as a major scientific and cultural center and an academic hub of Ukraine. Today the University justly rates among the best Ukrainian classical universities and is known in many countries.
The history of Kharkiv National University is part and parcel of the intellectual, cultural and spiritual history of Ukraine. The names of many world famous researchers, scholars and educators are associated with Kharkiv University, among them are P. Hulak-Artemovskyi, O. Lyapunov, M. Kostomarov, M. Barabashov, M. Beketov, D. Bahaliy, A. Krasnov, M. Ostrohradskyi, V. Steklov, O. Potebnya, O. Pohorelov and many others.
Kharkiv University is the only university in Ukraine that has trained and employed three Nobel Prize laureates: the biologist I. Mechnikov, the economist S. Kuznets, and the physicist L. Landau.
At different times titles of Kharkiv University Honorary Members and Doctors were conferred on outstanding scholars and public figures of many countries, including J.W. Goethe and A. Humboldt, I. Franko and L. Tolstoy, P. Semenov-Tyanshanskiy, and others.
The title of Honorary Doctor of Kharkiv University was conferred on the first President of Ukraine Mykhailo Hrushevskyi.
Kharkiv University is associated with the first Ukrainian newspapers and journals and the first scientific societies.
Since its foundation, the University has graduated over 130,000 students. The names of the University graduates are commemorated in geographical names, names of space objects, plants and minerals, laws and formulae. Almost 60 University graduates have become academicians and corresponding members of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences (UNAS).
The activities of the University have developed Kharkiv into a major industrial, scientific and cultural center. Many Kharkiv streets are named after professors, researches and alumni of the University.
The University has initiated the whole system of higher education of the Kharkiv Region. Its offspring are the National Academy of Law, the National Pharmaceutical Academy, Kharkiv Medical University, Kharkiv Pedagogical University, the Kharkiv Veterinary Academy, the Kharkiv Academy of Culture, Kharkiv Economic University and other institutions of higher education.
Today Kharkiv National University has 21 Schools: the School of Biology, the School of Physics and Technology, the School of Radio Physics, the School of Physics, the School of Computer Sciences, the School of Philosophy, the School of Mechanical Engineering, the School of Geology and Geography, the School of Economics, the School of Foreign Languages, the School of History, the School of Philology, the School of Fundamental Medicine, the School of Chemistry, the School of Sociology, the School of Psychology, the School of Law, the School of International Economic Relations and Tourism, the School of Further Education and Retraining, and the School of Physics and Energy. The latter was organized together with the UNAS Institute of Mechanical Engineering.
The total University enrollment, including the students of the Center for Training International Students and the Center for Presessional Education, amounts to about 12,000 undergraduate and graduate students and about 400 postgraduate students. The University employs up to 1,500 faculty and research staff, including more than 200 doctors of sciences, full professors, and almost 800 PhDs, associate professors.
Kharkiv National University offers 115 majors and minors, covering the whole scope of modern classical university education.
About 30% of the University's annual enrollment are school medal winners, another 10% are winners of the third and fourth rounds of Ukrainian school students academic competitions.
The University is one of the largest research centers in Ukraine. It covers virtually all spheres of modern fundamental research and incorporates the Research Institutes of Chemistry, Biology, and Astronomy, the Institute of Physics and Engineering, and the Institute of High Technologies.
The University's faculty include 21 academicians and corresponding members of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences and specialized academies of Ukraine, and 50 winners of the State Award. The University has about 20 world famous scientific schools committed to intensive research, 5 Expert Examining Boards and 11 Senior Doctorate Expert Examining Board. The University's researchers annually publish 60 to 65 monographs, collections of research papers, over 2,000 articles and abstracts, and hold 20 to 25 international conferences.
The University is the leading research organization of international several space programs. Within the framework of international programs its researchers co-operate with scientists from the USA, Canada, Russia, Germany, Turkey, China, Japan, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Great Britain and other countries.
Since 1808 the University has had its own Astronomical Observatory which is one of the leading astronomical centers of Ukraine involved in fundamental and applied research in the Physics of the Sun, the planets, asteroids, comets and satellites.
The University's Botanical Garden was founded in 1804 and is the oldest botanical garden in Ukraine. It is a state preserve with a unique collection of plants representing various botanical and geographic zones of the world.
The University's Natural History Museum was founded in 1807 and is one of the oldest university museums in the world. Every year it opens its doors to 22,000 visitors. The total area of the Museum exhibition facilities is 2,000 square meters, and its 23 halls feature about 250,000 exhibits organized into the following sections: the Origin of Man, Darwinism, Zoology, and Geology. The University also has the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography of Slobidska Ukraine with about 150,000 exhibits.
The University's Central Scientific Library was founded on January 30, 1805. In 1987, the decree of the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine established it as an institution of special social importance. It numbers 3,500,000 units, including 50,000 unique editions (17 incunabula, over 1,000 manuscripts, 300 palaeotypes, and books by classical writers and scholars published in their lifetime).
In October 1999, according to the decree of the President of Ukraine, Kharkiv State University gained the status of a national university and was named in honor of its founder, V.N. Karazin.
In 2003, following the decree of the President of Ukraine, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University obtained the highest status of a self-governing (autonomous) state university.
V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University is involved in extensive international cooperation and is an active member of the international community of the leading European and world universities. It cooperates with 61 partners in 25 countries of the world.
Together with other major European universities, in 1988 Kharkiv National University signed the Great University Charter that initiated the Bologna Process.
The University is a co-founder of the Eurasian University Association and is a member the World and the European University Associations.
In November 2004 Kharkiv University celebrated 200 years since the day of signing the Foundation Charter, and in January 2005 it marked the 200th anniversary of its foundation.
President – Bakirov, Vil Savbanovych, DSc (Sociology), Full Professor, Honored Scholar in the Field of Science and Technology of Ukraine
First Vice – President, Aleksandrov, Volodymyr Viktorovych, PhD (Economics), Full Professor
Crimea State Medical University (CSMU) is attested according to the highest (the fourth) Level of accreditation. Crimea State Medical University ranks third among all Medical Universities in Ukraine & the higher medical schools in ukraine and university in Ukraine of the 4th accreditation level according to the last world ranking list of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.The University activities confirm with The Constitution of Ukraine, Official Ukrainian legislation, acts issued by the President and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, Decrees of the Health Department and Education Department of Ukraine, the University Rules.
The Crimea State Medical University is located in the South of Ukraine on the Crimean peninsula. With its mild and sunny climate, varied and picturesque landscape, and ancient history the Crimea is a truly unique and wonderful place of the world.Currently students from 45 countries are studying at our University. We aim to offer our students an excellent education experience working closely with our university partners to ensure the quality of our education is of a very high standard.
CSMU has been recognized as the leading higher medical school of Ukraine over the last 5 years according to the state licensed examination STEP-1, STEP-2 and STEP-3 Our excellence in teaching and study was singled out by the International Educational Society (London) which certified the CSMU in 2006 and conferred the University AA category standing for ?top institution that is internationally known and recognized.
Crimea_State_Medical_University Graduating from the Crimea State Medical University, every foreign student receives a personal international IES certificate in addition to the diploma of graduate and that will facilitate employment opportunities for our students in any country. CSMU graduates work successfully in 100 countries of the world promoting this way the University?s reputation and image worldwide.
Throughout these years the medical school of Crimea has been a center for academic and vocational medical education in Ukraine and medical science in the Crimea at the same time offering specialized consultation in the directions General Medicine and Pharmacy.
Today it is an up-to-date medical educational institution upgrading itself to keep abreast of global trends in medical education in Europe and research, developing its intellectual potential and providing top specialists for medical services. The Medical University of Simferopol has always been striving for excellence in teaching and research.
To enhance the quality of medical education the consecutive model of medical education has been created at the Crimea State Medical University: the preparatory department, preparatory courses and medical lyceum; 5 faculties to train doctors and a faculty of post-diploma education.
Junior specialists and bachelors are trained in the specialties: Nursing, Prosthetic Dentistry, Pharmacy; doctors, in the specialties: General Medicine, Pediatrics, Clinical Pharmacy and Dentistry. Internship is available in 22 specialties. Post-diploma education includes residency, Master’s program and postgraduate study or Ph.D program. Refresher courses in 48 specialties are available at the faculty of post-diploma education.
Crimea_State_Medical_University The Crimea Medical University has elaborated a holistic approach as to the organizational, scientific and methodological aspects of the educational process. The clinical departments are provided with all the necessary equipment and demonstration aids: educational films, camouflages, phantoms, diagnostic inventory – everything has been done for the educational process to meet the modern requirements. It is particularly important nowadays when the University has actively started the transformation of educational process according to the Bologna system.
The Medical University is constantly a leader in the rating among the Ukrainian higher medical schools & Medical University In Ukraine , Medical University in Europe & Russia according to the results of the state licensed exams “STEP-M”, “STEP-1”, “STEP-2”, “STEP-3”. The University is particularly proud of its highly qualified academic staff, which totals 850 persons: 99 Doctors of Science, Professors, and 356 Candidates of Science (Ph.D. holders), Associate Professors. 40 University professors are academicians and corresponding members of domestic and foreign Academies of Sciences; 14 are State Prize laureates, 60 have honorary titles.
About 4.7 thousand students study at the Crimea State Medical University named after S. I. Georgievsky, including 1.7 thousand foreign citizens from 40 countries of the world.
Since 1999 English has been the second language of instruction, which makes CSMU attractive for foreign citizens coming here to study. For the constant development of cooperation with foreign countries and high quality of education the University was awarded the title of laureate in the rating of Ukrainian higher schools “Sofia Kievskaya – 2004”.
In year 2000 Odessa State Medical University has completed its 100 years of existence. It is a government university with the rights of self governing. The world known scientists and the founders of numerous scientific medical schools which brought glory to the world science worked at OSMU. Some of them are Prof. Pidvysotsky V.V. , Prof. Lisionkov M.K., Prof. Voronin V.V. , Prof. Batuev M.O., Prof. Verigo B.F., Prof. Boggomolets O.O., Prof. Zabolotny D.K., Prof. Strajesko M.D., Reznik B.Y. and others.
The Noble prize winner, Director of Institute of Experimental Immunology (Switzerland) Prof. Rolth Zinker Nagel, Nobel Prize winner Director of Russian Cardiological Scientific - Production Complex (Russia). Prof. Evgene Ivanovich Chazov, Director of American International Union of health protection (U.S.A.)
James Smith, President of George Washington University (U.S.A.) Prof. Stephen Doel Trachtenberg, President of Polish medical Academy (Poland) Prof. Kasimir Imielinsky, President of International Hippocrates Fund (Greece) Dr.Spiros Marketos & Prof. Juliano Di Bernardo (Italy) are among the Honored & Visiting Professors of the university.Recognized/Listed by World Health Organization, International Association of Universities, European University Association, Medical Councils of almost all major countries, including USA, UK, Europe, India & others. OSMU is a member of Bologne Process (Single European area of higher education).
OSMU is the only university of Ukraine, which is a member of MEDINE (Medical EDucation IN Europe). The Thematic Network on MEDINE addresses educational, institutional and quality issues in European medical education within the framework of European initiatives. This project is being carried out with the support of the European Community.
Odessa State Medical University is the first university of Ukraine which started medical education in English medium in 1996. In 2005, OSMU was awarded with a medal for the development of modern model for teaching the English speaking students by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
Only university of Ukraine which provides post-graduation courses in English medium.
Odessa State Medical University is one of the largest higher medical universities, a member of European and International Association of Universities, the leader of reformation of medical education in the country. Odessa State Medical University is an higher education institution of the IV (the top level) accreditation level conferred by the State Accreditation Committee of Ukraine (Record No. 12 of June 30, 1994). The University trains specialists of the following qualification levels: Junior Specialist, Specialist, Master (Foreign students included) for the following specialties:
* Stomatological (Dental)
* Post graduate
The University comprises 56 departments, a medical college, preparatory faculty and post-graduation faculty.The University enrolls around 4000 students, including 1200 foreign students from 52 countries of the world. The training of students is given in Russian, English & French. OSMU is the only university of Ukraine & other CIS countries which provides complete education in English medium and has already produced 7 batches of complete English medium.
Foreign Students : Foreign students have been studying since 1946. Over 6000 students from Europe, Asia, Africa, America have got education from this university and are working successfully as doctors in 87 countries of the world. 240 have done specialization and 109 super specialization from OSMU.
The studies are carried out by 800 teachers, 18 academicians, 105 professors and doctors of Medical Science, 407 docents and candidates of medical science. During the course students master all modern medical technologies which are available today in the world.
The university has 18 blocks with general area of 20,000 sq.m., 6 hostels (Fully furnished with all essential facilities), a library with total stock of 1 million books, publishing-printing complex, scientific medical computer center, Students Polyclinic providing medical aid to students free of cost, 3 Museums (Historical Museum, Anatomic Museum & The Museum of Pathological Anatomy), sport complex with indoor & outdoor sports facilities, Students' Club/Cultural and Scientific Societies, modern recreation centers on the coast of Black Sea where up to 500 students can rest at a time.
Clinical Base : The clinical centers of the University have 9648 patient beds. These clinical centers, which include well equipped 35 hospitals, have all conditions & facilities for practice & training for its doctors and students.
Scientific Research Establishments of the University : Central Scientific - Research Laboratory, Institute of Clinical Biophysics, Health Family Center, Vivarium, Scientific - Research Institute of Eyes Diseases and Tissue Therapy, Institute of Health Resortology and Medical Rehabilitation, Stomatology, Virusology are some other specialized clinical bases and bases of practical training.
KIEV NATIONAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY (Bogomolets*) is a leading medical university in Ukraine of higher learning in educational, methodical and humanitarian activities. It is also the leading scientific and preventive care centre. Kiev National Medical University was established in 1840 with 10 departments and 29 students. It has completed its 173 year in 2013. It is one of the foremost University in Ukraine and in the World. It is the chief higher medical educational establishment among the higher medical school in Ukraine on academic and methodical work and improvement of qualification for scientific and teaching staff at higher medical school of Ukraine of I-IV accreditation level. The University is awarded with the gold medal at international exhibition of educational institutions, modern education in Ukraine in different nomination for last many years. According to the state rating from Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, the University takes the first place among higher Medical schools of III and IV accreditation levels. The University is the partner in consortium of European Universities, in September 2011 it joined the Magna Charta Universitatum. Approximately 1200 high skilled specialists from independent Ukraine, countries of Europe, Asia, Africa, Middle East, South America graduate from the University. Kiev National Medical University is widely known, thanks to the work of famous scientists, scientific development, which are made at the level of the world standards and are widely introduced into the practice of healthcare for the people.
The University Possesses 135 hospital Units of 53 university departments accounting for 75000 of beds. Over 70,000 surgeries are done annually.
Kyiv (1)University is the co founder of Intercollegiate Eastern and South-Eastern Centre for Science and Collaboration (Italy). Every year over 80 lectures and many students of the University visit foreign universities. Over the last two years around 50 students of the University participated in exchange programs in European region and many foreign students participated in clinical exchange programs in Kiev National Medical University. Over 1200 students from 53 countries are currently being trained at the University. There have been 21 international delegation visited the University within last 5 years. 10 thousand undergraduate and postgraduate students including mastership, PhD and residency course students 8.2 thousand national students 908 international students from 53 countries are currently studying in Kiev National Medical University.
At the present,over 1200 highly qualified lecturers work at 80 departments : Doctors of Sciences – 180 , Professors – 163, Candidate of Sciences (PhD) – 699, Associate Professors – 330
Medium of Instructions are English, Ukrainian and Russian.
University has four faculties of “General Medicine”, “Pediatrics”, “Preventive care”, including programs, available in English
School of Military Medicine
School of Dentistry
School of Pharmacy
School of Medical Psychology
School for Continuing education for Trainers
School for Postgraduate Training in Preventive Care Medicine
LIBRARY & RESEARCH
The Kiev National Medical University library accounts for more than 700,000 units of scientific literature including electronic database supply and 2 computer reading halls with internet access.
Bogomolets National Medical University presented its 22 Departments, patent and license division and the Institute of Immunology and Allergology within its exposition at Medical Forum – 2009. The results of the NMU scientific researches have been awarded with 43 diplomas. NMU has been declared a winner and decorated with the golden medal, awarded in category “Integration of Science and Education – necessary condition for improved quality of specialists’ training at higher education institutions” of ХІІ International Exhibition of Educational Institutions “Contemporary Education in Ukraine – 2009” (25-27.02.2009, Kyiv) and confirmed its honorary title of “Leader in development of modern means of education”.
Total 7 hostel buildings
12 student canteens and cafeteria
Sanatorium-prevantorium per 75 places and recreation center are there in the campus area.
Student’s academic process at NMU is carried out in the different classrooms classes (lectures, laboratory, practical, seminar classes, consultations), exercising of individual tasks, students’ individual work, practical trainings and control measures.The students of medical university are granted with advantages and social privileges within authorities of higher school at the expense of own assets, assets from Ministry of health care and Ministry of education and science of Ukraine, charitable national and foreign funds, local budgets, assets from establishments, enterprises, organizations, firms, some citizens, legal and natural entities of Ukraine and abroad, for achievement of high indices in study and performance of scientific research and public activity:
Assignment of scholarships from President, Verkhovna Rada, Cabinet of Ministers, Kyiv city state administration, Scientific council of NMU, personal scholarships by famous scientists, charitable national and foreign funds;
Granting with prizes from Kyiv city state administration, Students’ trade union association in c. Kyiv, Kyiv city council of trade union for employees of health care and from rector’s fund and trade union’s fund;
Granting with free and privileged permits from trade union of students to visit sport recreation camps, boarding houses, rest houses;
Awarding with Honorary letter of commendation, letter of commendation, declaring the appreciation with introduction into personal case;
Granting with free tickets to visit theaters, concerts, other cultural educational establishments at the expense of trade union’s assets;
Priority right on distribution to postgraduate study, magistracy, clinical residency and choice for employment;
Sending to probation abroad;
Including into “Golden honorary book” of the University.
Students classroom hours are determined by the number of accounting units of time which are allotted for curriculum and training programs at this level of educational qualification. It includes:
Training period for the relevant educational level;
Academic year and training course;
The academic year at the NMU lasts 12 months, starting since September 1.During one academic year the student studies at the appropriate training course. The duration of student stay on the course includes the 1st and 2nd academic semester, final control, practical training (if it is provided by the curriculum) and holidays. Finishing the study at certain course (semester) by student is executed by the order of the Rector about his/her transfer to the next course (assuming full implementation of the curriculum and training programs on the disciplines by the student).Saturday and Sunday are days off. Training sessions lasts 2 or 3 academic hours (the duration of an academic hour is 45 minutes) at strip form of timetable, 4-6 academic hours if the timetable form is cyclic.The vacations at NMU are anticipated twice a year (in winter and in summer) according to the approved academic plan and schedule of academic process.
The Ministry of education and science of Ukraine comes out as the organizer of original championship among best students. The purpose of the contest is further improvement of quality in training of qualified specialists, search for talented students’ youth and establishment of conditions for its creative growth.
Zaporozhye State Medical University , one of the oldest medical higher institutions of Ukraine , is a self-governing (autonomous) state higher educational establishment of the IV-th (the top) level of accreditation. The University comprises 52 chairs, lyceums, a college, preparatory courses for applicants, the Preparatory (International) department for foreigners, which is one of the oldest in the countries of CIS, science-research divisions, laboratories, a post-diploma department. At the preparatory department for foreign citizens, medical department, pharmaceutical department and also at the stage of post-diploma training more than 5000 thousand students, interns, holders of a master's degree, members of a course, members of clinical studies, post-graduate students, persons working for a Doctor's degree, among them 500 foreign citizens, are being trained. The training is carried on the specialties: General medicine, Pediatrics, Pharmacy. The new specialties Laboratory diagnostics and Technology of perfumery and cosmetic preparations will be opened in the nearest future.
Zaporozhye State Medical University
The University became an international higher institution long ago. In 1973 the preparatory faculty for foreign citizens was opened. More than 3,5 thousand students have been trained for their further studies on the medical-biological specialties in the other higher educational establishments of Ukraine since then.
Zaporozhye State Medical University is one of the leading educational establishments of Ukraine . The developed infrastructure, the high level of teaching-studying process, experienced staff, the level of training of specialists, scientific, medical-diagnostics work, material basis, international and social connections testify it.
At present Zaporozhye State Medical University consists of 4 academic buildings, 20 clinics, 5 students' hostels for 2900 students, 2 canteens, a cafe, the library with more than 580.000 books, a concert hall. There is a unique sport complex with three gyms, a stadium with a football field, track-and-field sectors, sports grounds for handball, mini-football, volleyball, basket-ball, a swimming pool, tennis courts, a shooting-range, a chess-and-draughts club, a fitness-club. The territory of the University is of 12 hectares of park zone, which is situated on the picturesque bank of the river Dnieper and make the campus convenient and comfortable. The University has its own a preventive-treatment dispensary and a sport-health resort on the seaside of the Azov sea.
Zaporozhye Medical University
At 52 chairs about 70 professors and doctors of science, about 300 assistant-professors and candidates of science, the academicians of native Academies, Honorary workers of science and engineering, Honorary workers of higher institutions of Ukraine, State prize winners are engaged in pedagogical and scientific-research work. The total number of teachers with scientific degrees is above 81,3%. At many chairs their total number is 100%.
The scientific schools of the University are well known outside Ukraine . They are the cardiology school of Academician of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, Doctor of medical science, professor Visir A.D., the pharmaceutical school of professor Mazur I.A., the surgery school of Honorary worker of science and engineering, professor Nikonenko A.S. For the first time in Ukraine the transplantations of heart, liver, kidney and pancreas were fulfilled by the specialists of this school. More than 500 operations on transplantation are performed there. The scientists of the University are masters of all modern methods applied in leading clinics of the world.
The University has its own medical-diagnosis center.
The introduction of computer technologies into the teaching-studying process, scientific research, management is one of the priority University 's activities. At present there are 20 computer classrooms at the University providing students with educational programs based on the multimedia technologies and test controlling courses in the main subjects. The local information net server was organized in the University. The University has unique equipment for conducting fundamental and applied scientific investigations: computer tomographs, devices for ultrasonic diagnosis, angiographic and endoscopic checkup, radioisotope diagnosis etc. The material-technical support is the best one among the medical universities of Ukraine .
Recently more than 30 preparations have been worked out by the scientists of the University, produced and brought into medical practice and applied in industry. For the first time in Ukraine the analytical-information system of medical-ecological monitoring was set up. The results of scientific work were reported at international forums in Sweden , Czechia , Spain , Holland , Brazil , Austria . The University has its own scientific editions: “Zaporozhye Medical Journal”, a collection of scientific works “The Actual Problems of Medical and Pharmaceutical Science, a scientific-practical journal “Pathology”.
State establishment Lugansk state medical university was founded in the year of 1956. State establishment Lugansk state medical university is one of the oldest and leading medical higher institutions of Ukraine and former USSR. High level of qualification allows graduates of the University to work successfully in many countries of the world, to achieve great success in science and practical public health services. Among them are scientists, heads of public health service, honoured doctors.
State establishment Lugansk state medical university provides high quality education to our students who are looking for quality education at an affordable course fees. State establishment Lugansk state medical university has a good team of long term experienced lecturers in providing quality education to the students.
State establishment Lugansk state medical university is a higher educational instuition of the top accreditation level (conferred by the State Accreditation Committee of Ukraine). At the State establishment Lugansk state medical university there are six faculties and a preparatory department. The State establishment Lugansk state medical university trains specialists along the following education / qualification levels: Under graduate, Junior specialists, specialists, Masters for the following specialties:
Faculty of General Medicine
Faculty of Pediatrics
Faculty of Dentistry
Faculty of Pharmacy
Faculty of Post - Graduation
Faculty of Nursing
International Students Faculty
State establishment Lugansk state medical university is attested according to the highest (the fourth) Level of accreditation. The University activities conform with The Constitution of Ukraine, Ukrainian legislation, acts issued by the President and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, Decrees of the Health Department and Education Department of Ukraine, the University Rules.
State establishment Lugansk state medical university prepares specialists in 172 medical specialities. Good facilities, high qualification level of the teaching staff, scientific and methodical provision led Luganks State Medical University to one of the leading places in the country.
400 teachers, among them 63 doctors of sciences, 273 candidates of sciences, including five Honored Science and Technique Workers of Ukraine, one Honored Worker of public education of Ukraine, two Honored doctors of Ukraine, two Laureates of State prize of Ukraine carry out pedagogical, scientific, medical and educational work at 48 departments.
State establishment Lugansk state medical university has very good facilities. There are five building for theoretical classes and a wide net of clinical bases of medical institutions of Lugansk, which are equipped at the level corresponding to world standards. Today State establishment Lugansk state medical university is a complex of buildings designed for practical classes, lectures, laboratory studies, library, research work and auxiliary services, covering. The total area owned by the State establishment Lugansk state medical university is 70466 sq.m: within it the area of study and laboratory premises is 33598 sq. mts. The teaching area per one student is 15 sq.m. Other clinical bases used by the State establishment Lugansk state medical university are administered by the Government healthcare department.
Organization of the medical process and methods of teaching at State establishment Lugansk state medical university are built according to modern demands and world experience. The State establishment Lugansk state medical university has introduced the conception of continuous medical education that in all parameters corresponds to all world standards, giving an opportunity to get qualification of different professional levels from Bachelor to Doctor of medicine.
The State establishment Lugansk state medical university activities cover a wide range of subjects, all aimed at shaping a global University policy. Thus, educational policy, quality assurance, University management, legislation and international contacts all fall within the scope of the University's competence. State establishment Lugansk state medical university constantly keeps in touch with its graduates: Many of them have become highly qualified doctors, known scientists, health service managers and political figures in their mother countries.
The Lugansk state medical University's long experience in training of foreign specialists, highly qualified teaching staff and modern facilities - all guarantee high level of theoretical and practical training to the students of the University.
Main levels of education are Undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate courses. Training at State establishment Lugansk state medical university is carried out in the Ukrainian, Russian and English languages.
M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU” is the best and the largest medical university of Eastren Europe. M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU” was established in 1930 as M. Gorky Donetsk Medical Institute. In 1994 DNMU was given the status of University and in 2008 DNMU has got the status of National Medical University and it was renamed to M. Gorky Donetsk National Medical University. DNMU is counted as one of the best medical school in Ukraine and in allover Europe.
The University is known as DNMU and it’s the abbreviated name of Donetsk National Medical University.
M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU” was the first medical university of Ukraine which was recognized by World Health Organization (WHO) and from Directory of I-Med Schools. Donetsk national Medical University is registered with the world Medical Universities list.
M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU” was the first medical university in Ukraine and in eastern Europe who started the faculties of Medicine and Dentistry in English language for foreign students in 1991 after independence of Ukraine.
M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU” is attested according to the highest (the fourth) Level of accreditation. The M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU” activities confirm with The Constitution of Ukraine, Ukrainian legislation, acts issued by the President and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, Decrees of the Health Department and Education Department of Ukraine, the University Rules.
M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU” is the most attractive to foreign students among other Ukrainian medical universities due to it’s highest ranking, high level of specialist training, high tech laboratories, good knowledge of English language of the staff, campus system of the DNMU.
Today more than 15000 students are studying at eight faculties of Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU”. Among them there are about 4200 foreign students from Russia, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, USA, UK, Germany, Poland, Greece, Israel, Turkey, India, Nepal, Srilanka, China, Malaysia, Mauritius, Pakistan, Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Peru, Palestine, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Jordan, Syria, Tunisia, Kenya, Namibia, Zambia, Lebanon and from other countries studying at the DNMU at the moment. Due to the high level of specialists training and considerably low tuition fees, DNMU is one of the most attractive Ukrainian Medical Universities for the foreigners.
In total more than 52,000 highly qualified doctors, well-known scientists, researchers, health service organizers from Ukraine, Russia, other CIS countries and as well as from 96 countries of the world from Africa, Asia, Europe and Americas have graduated from the M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU”. Among them were more than 8000 foreign students from all over the world including 3 Doctors and 70 Candidates of Medical Science, about 200 clinical post-graduates (residents).
At present the total teaching staff at Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU” is 1147. Among them are 150 professors and 243 Associate Professors, academic title of doctors and candidate of medical sciences are respectively 117 and 449 people. In the Donetsk National Medical University (DNMU) is a member of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and two corresponding members of AMS of Ukraine,4 laureates of State Prize of Ukraine,18 distinguished scientists and engineers,8 distinguished doctors,2 Honoured worker of Education of Ukraine,37 full members of international and departmental academies science, 1 Hero of Ukraine.
M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU” has been recognized the best training-methodical centre among Ukrainian medical universities in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004,2005,2006,2007,2008,2009,2010,2011 and was awarded with certificates from Ukrainian Health Ministry and Ministry of Education.
Students of M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU” can make transfers of their credits to any other European medical university anytime after completing their first year of education at DNMU. M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU” is the regional centre for Bologna process managing in Ukraine. M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU” works actively for transfer of students from other European universities to DNMU and from DNMU to other universities of Europe and Americas. Transfer to other European universities are made under bologna process and to the universities of Canada and USA on the basis of the agreements of DNMU with this Universities. M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU” has signed for cooperation and for students transfer with almost 160 different Universities of the different countries among them are the universities of CIS, Europe, Canada, USA and with some Arabic countries.
At the M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU” there are eight faculties including preparatory faculty for foreign students. The Donetsk National Medical University (DNMU) trains specialists along the following education / qualification levels: Junior specialists, specialists, Masters for the following specialties:
M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University “DNMU” provide training in English, Russian and in Ukrainian language in all faculties.
According to the Ukrainian Health Ministry Order N°148 of March 22, 2004 DNMU has been appointed as Regional Centre of Bologna Process managing in Ukraine. In 2005/06 academic year, DNMU has started teaching its students in accordance with the Bologna Agreement on specialists training using the credit-modular system, and upon completion of their education the students will obtain the Specialist Degree of European standard. DNMU students will be able to study various academic modules at practically any European medical University and after getting the Specialist Degree they will have very attractive employment prospective
The DNMU also got an array of libraries that not only provides books for the courses, but also for the general knowledge as the student’s desires. Most of them works till late night, that the student can work flexibly not looking at the time.
The students of DNMU get their professional training at 26 specialized bases (including Donetsk multifield medical and preventive organizations and research institutes) and 28 highly equipped clinical bases (including main hospitals of Donetsk) underf the supervision of highly qualified specialists.
The M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University provides its students with accommodation and study facilities. The students' campus has 13 study buildings equipped with 37 computer classes and libraries, 9 hostels with reading halls and sports rooms, health center for preventive care, stadium, sports and health service complexes, summer camping at the Severskiy Donets river.
Our University has everything required for study to become highly qualified physicians and pharmacists.
The Degree of the Donetsk National Medical University (DNMU) is prestigious and recognized in many countries of the world. Among former graduates of the University there are ministers and members of parliaments in various countries, outstanding scientists and famous specialists who founded their own clinics abroad.
The Donetsk National Medical University's (DNMU) long experience in training of foreign specialists, highly qualified teaching staff and modern facilities - all guarantee high level of theoretical and practical training to the students of the University.
Bukovinian State Medical University
Date of foundation: 1944
Accreditation level: IV
Licence: series АД № 041096 dated 13.07.2013
Bukovinian State Medical University (BSMU) is one of the largest higher educational establishments of Chernivtsi. It has recently celebrated the 65th anniversary of its foundation. It is a modern multisectoral educational institution of the IV accreditation level, included into the general register of the WHO, Magna Charta Universitatum (Bologna, Italy), the Association of the Carpathian Region Universities that provides qualified training according to the grade system of education.
The University consists of 47 Departments within 7 faculties: four medical faculties, stomatological, pharmaceutical, and the faculty of post-graduate training. The University includes medical educational establishments of the I-II accreditation level: Chernivtsi, Vashkivtsi, Novoselytsia medical colleges. The educational-scientific-practical complex with Kovel medical college is created.
Over the years of its existence(1944-2012) the University has trained about 25 000 specialists including the following specialties: “General Medicine” – 19141, “Pediatrics” – 469, “Medical Psychology” – 202, “Stomatology” – 200, “Clinical Pharmacy” – 392, “Pharmacy” – 41, as well as about 900 Bachelors.
The foundation and development of BSMU are connected with the names of well-known scientists and organizers. The University graduates fulfill themselves in the medical, pharmaceutical, economical, educational, scientific, social and cultural spheres. BSMU is proud of its graduates who have achieved in professional and public life. There are many famous artists, state and public figures among the University graduates: the Deputy Minister of Public Health of Ukraine V.G.Bidny; the Director of L.I.Medvid Ukrainian Institute of Ecology and Hygiene, a Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Medical Science M.G.Prodanchuk; the Director of the Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics of the National Academy of Medical Science, a Corresponding Member of the Academy of Medical Science of Ukraine G.V.Gayko; the Director of O.S.Kolomiychenko Institute of Otorhinolaryngology, Academician of the National Academy of Medical Science of Ukraine D.I.Zabolotny; Academicians of the National Academy of Medical Science D.D.Zerbino and Yu.P.Spizhenko. Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Ukraine in India (1992-1999), Professor G.I.Khodorovsky was elected a deputy to the Verkhovna Rada (Supreme Council) of Ukraine. Two University graduates became T.G.Shevchenko State Prize-Winners: the prominent Ukrainian poet, People’s Artist of Ukraine Mykhaylo Tkach, and the famous composer, the Hero of Ukraine, Volodymyr Ivasiuk.
Directions of training and specialties
The University provides a continuity of higher medical education: Junior Specialist – Bachelor – Medical Specialist – Master – Post graduate – Doctor (PhD).
The branch of knowledge 1201 “Medicine”:
General Medicine (Master, specialist)
Pediatrics (Master, specialist)
Stomatology (Master, specialist)
Medical Psychology (specialist)
Nursing (Master, Bachelor, junior specialist)
Laboratory Diagnostics (Bachelor)
The branch of knowledge 1202 “Pharmacy”:
Pharmacy (specialist, Bachelor, junior specialist)
Clinical pharmacy (Master, specialist)
Forms of education: day-time and correspondence (specialty “Pharmacy”).
Number of students: 4413 including 722 foreign citizens.
Material-technical base. The material-technical base of the University is located in 22 buildings, and municipal and regional medical establishments are used for Clinical Departments.
Lecture halls, classrooms, educational-practical pharmacy and laboratories are equipped with modern technical aids to ensure educational process and scientific work, and linked up with Internet.
The educational process is assured by modern informational-communicative Internet technologies through the Distant Learning Server (moodle.bsmu.edu.ua) containing an electron version of the educational-methodical materials on all the subjects taught at the University including English medium. The University organizes on-line lectures by the leading scientists both from Ukraine and abroad. There are 16 computer classes for self-education and testing students’ knowledge.
The University owns 5 hostels where all the conditions for living and learning of the students are created, as well as 2 cafes and 6 snack bars. The University Library funds number about a million of volumes of educational, scientific, medical literature and fiction.
University teaching staff. The University teaching staff is unique, as real professionals work and are proficient in pedagogical skills: 78 Doctors of Science, 324 Candidates of Science, including 1 corresponding member of the Academy of Pedagogical Science of Ukraine, 2 Honoured Workers of Science and Technique of Ukraine, 2 Honoured Workers of Education and Higher School of Ukraine, 13 Honoured Physicians of Ukraine, 66 Professors, 193 Associate Professors. 166 employees have higher attestation medical category, 56 – the first one, 42 – the second one. 32 staff workers of Clinical Departments are regional out-of-staff members and consultants of the Main Public Health Board in the Chernivtsi Regional State Administration.
Students' self-government. The organs of the students' self-government include the students’ bureau of the course, students' dean's offices of every faculty, students' councils of the hostels, and the University Students’ Council. The decisions of the University Students' Council are of a consultative character.
The highest body of the Students’ Council at BSMU is the Students' Conference of the University. 1 delegate out of 12 students is elected to take part at the Conference. The Students' Conference approves the Status of the students' self-government; elects the executive body - the Students' University Council and considers the account on its activities; defines the structure, the powers and procedure for electing Students' Council of the University, the term of its activity.
Fundamental and clinical scientific studies are conducted at the University, educational and informational technologies are introduced. The Young Scientists’ Council and Students’ Scientific Society play an important role in the organization of scientific work.
Students’ leisure time. The students’ campus consists of 5 comfortable hostels connected to Internet with high conditions of life with reading rooms and sports gymnasia – everything necessary for studying and rest. For the development of creative abilities and rest of the students the Palace “Academichny” is functioning actively. On its basis various clubs and studios are organized: in particular, an art studio, decorative and applied arts and photo studios, the amateur ensemble of folk dance and song “Trembita”, drama and choreographic studios, etc.
Sports clubs in volleyball, basketball, wrestling, table tennis, chess, athletics, mini-football are available for the students. Students get a real pleasure at the University summer sports and fitness camp “Health” located on the bank of the Dniester River.
Practical training. The University students go through their practical training at medical-preventive establishments and pharmacies (practical bases) in Chernivtsi, Khmelnitsky regions, or at their places of residence.
Job Placement. The Employment Assistance Sector for graduates work at the University. The graduates whose education was financed from the State Budget become employed by the state placement. The graduates who studied at the expense of physical or legal persons find the job themselves.
Medical work. Clinical Departments of BSMU are located in 27 clinical centers: 17 therapeutic establishments of a regional subordination and 10 – of a municipal one. According to their schedules, Professors and Associate Professors make clinical ward rounds, consulting visits at polyclinics, examinations of patients at the inpatient departments of therapeutic-prophylactic establishments. A great deal of methodological organizing work is carried out: a visit of district therapeutic-prophylactic establishments, a review of the patients’ histories, participation in the boards of experts and qualifying committee, holding conferences etc. Considerable therapeutic-prophylactic work is carried out by the staff members of the Clinical Departments during summer practice. Various and manifold therapeutic consulting activity in the system of Bukovyna practical health service is carried out by the assistants of clinical departments. Except consultations this activity includes the arrangement of all qualifying means for physicians of practical health service in the following spheres – subject mastering, reevaluating courses, lectures on urgent topics, arrangement and holding of scientific-practical conferences, working out methodological recommendations, and expert evaluation of patients’ management. The important part in cooperation of the University clinical workers and physicians of practical health service is devoted to consulting and scientific-methodological work at therapeutic-prophylactic establishments of health service. This cooperation is carried out on a regular basis at all the basic and out-patient establishments, at the polyclinics of the town and region. Recently 173006 consultations have been held by the staff of the University Departments including 119716 consultations – at basic establishments, 18611consultations – at polyclinics, 25668 consultations– at out-basic establishments, 9011consultations – in the district areas. 9869 patients were treated, 11627 diagnostic examinations were conducted (invasive manipulations), 7363 surgeries including 5102 of them performed by surgeons and 2261 – by assistants. Clinical Department staff workers collaborate with medical societies (associations) on the questions of holding congresses and conferences, educational and scientific seminars, workshops etc. The University together with associations and societies elaborates and improves the existing standards of diagnostics and treatment, protocols of giving medical aid.
International activity. The University ranks high on the European scene as a recognized member of the International University Association, the World Health Organization, the University Association of the Carpathian Region and the European University Association “The Magna Charta”. Bukovinian State Medical University collaborates with: USA Utah Valley State University, the University of Lubeck (Germany), Gelderzee - Vallei Clinic (the Netherlands), the Association “Druzi” (France), International Fund “Concern for People” (Great Britain) etc.
Post-graduate education – the University performs primary post-graduate specialization of graduates (Internship) and advanced training, specialization and requalification of physicians including foreign citizens in Residency in the specialties of medical and pediatric profile, Pharmacy and Medical Psychology. Every year about 900 interns and 2200 physicians-learners study at the University.
Awards and merits of the University
Rating of Bukovinian State Medical University.
Based on the rating “TOP – 200 Ukraine” (UNESKO) in 2012 BSMU occupied the 64th position among higher educational establishments of Ukraine.
Based on the rating of Internet-productivity (Webometrics Ranking of World's Universities) in January 2011 BSMU held the 12th position among all the higher educational establishments of Ukraine.
According to the applications submitted to higher medical institutions of Ukraine in 2012 on the specialty “General Medicine” BSMU took the lead of all the other medical educational establishments.
By the data of the scientific-metric base “SCOPUS” BSMU occupies the 37th position among higher educational establishments of Ukraine and the 7th one – among medical educational establishments of Ukraine. Based on the results of the world rating institutional repository«Ranking Web of World Repositories» in July 2012 BSMU Repository held the 1st position among higher medical and pharmaceutical establishments of Ukraine.
Sumy State University
Sumy State University is located in Sumy city in the North-East of Ukraine. Its history started in 1948. Today, SSU is a leading university of a classical type with the III-IV accreditation level in the region.
The University currently serves more than 16,000 students who are pursuing pre-bachelor, bachelor, specialist and master degrees in 60 majors according to 40 directions in 23 fields of knowledge both full-time and part-time.
Sumy State University is in the TOP-700 leading universities of the world (with the overall score 651-700), according to the international ranking of higher education institutions QS World University Rankings. SSU occupies the 4th position among Ukrainian universities.
According to the worldwide Internet rankings Webometrics and 4ICU, SSU takes the 6th and 9th places respectively among Ukrainian universities. It also takes a high position in the European ranking U-Multirank that identifies most indicators of academic, extracurricular, international and other activity of SSU as being higher than the world average value.
Sumy State University is the first Ukrainian higher education institution, which has passed independent external audit of the QS Company and was given the highest points (5 stars) in such categories as Teaching, Engagement, Access, and Online Education.
SSU is the 1st Ukrainian university to enter the TOP-200 best universities of the world, according to the international ecological ranking UI GreenMetric 2013.
According to the rankings that monitor scientific and educational environment of the CIS countries, the Baltic States, Ukraine, Georgia and others, SSU entered the TOP-8 universities in Ukraine (Rating Expert RA) and takes the 6th position among universities in Ukraine in the ranking of the international group Interfax.
According to the nationwide ranking of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Sumy State University takes the 3rdplace among “classical universities” of Ukraine.
SSU has a high position in the ranking of Ukrainian universities “Top-200 Ukraine” (the 6th position in the international activity indicators) and is the 1st in dynamics of growth in the ranking among the top-50 universities in Ukraine.
According to the student Internet-competition in programming, the International Association of Professional Programmers TopCoderidentified SSU to be in the top 100 universities in the world.
The University holds high positions among Ukrainian higher education institutions for the number of prize-winning places in All-Ukrainian competitions of students’ research works and All-Ukrainian Olympiads in educational disciplines, training areas and majors.
Currently, about 1,400 foreign students at SSU represent more than 50 countries worldwide. The Preparatory Department at SSU offers Russian and Ukrainian language courses to help foreign students succeed. Moreover, such majors as Medicine, Computer Science and Management are taught in English.
SSU is a signatory of Magna Charta Universitatum and reliable member of International Association of Universities, European University Association, Euroasian Universities Association, Association of Economic Universities of South and Eastern Europe and the Black See Region, International Association of Students in Economic and Commercial Sciences (AIESEC) and other international organizations.
Sumy State University widens geography of its international networking. The University cooperates with about 200 partners from the USA, Great Britain, Germany, Austria, France, Belgium, Sweden, Poland, Lithuania, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Japan, South Korea, China, the Russian Federation and other countries of the world.
Prolific research groups at SSU are engaged in international grant programmes and projects of EU (Tempus, Erasmus Mundus, Youth in Action), United Nations Development Programme, World Bank programmes, grant projects of private foundations, bilateral research projects, etc. For the last 5 years the amount of research work in frames of international grant projects has increased in about 20 times. Currently SSU implements more than 30 international grant projects.
SSU students actively take part in different international academic mobility programmes: long-term and short-term studying, internships and placement programmes in such countries as the USA, Germany, Poland, Belgium, Bulgaria and others.Undergraduate and postgraduate students, research and teaching staff take part in research programmes and internships in frames of different international scholarship and research grant programmes.
According to the SCOPUS database, Sumy State University holds a leading position among Ukrainian universities for h-index (the index of research impact) and the number of citations by international scholarly community.
Sumy State University’s academic staff includes Corresponding Members of the National Academy of Science of Ukraine, 85 Doctors of Sciences (D.Habil.), Professors and 500 Candidates of Sciences(Ph.D.), Associate Professors.There are 40 doctoral and post-doctoral programmes, degree awarding academic councils.
The Regional Center of Distance Learning operates at SSU with local centers in different regions of Ukraine.
Advanced library information system contains about 3 million items both in hard copies and e-copies and provides access to the most famous electronic databases of the world. The University library is a prize winner of All-Ukrainian contest “Library of the Year”.
The University's scientific publication “Journal of Nano- and Electronic Physics” is indexed by SCOPUS database.
SSU repository holds the 2nd position in Ukraine and is ranked 277 of the 2154 repositories collected worldwide, according to the Ranking Web of Repositories by Webometrics.
Computer Labs and Information Technology
The university has a powerful computer and telecommunication system that consists of 2,500 computers, a computing cluster and about 90 computer labs.
Affiliated branch of UNESCO, resource and educational centers of MICROSOFT, CISCO, PortaOne, DELCAM, NETCRACKER, 1С, SIEMENS and other companies operate at SSU.
35 kinds of sports and 60 sports groups are available at the University. Sports teams perform at the premier league level. 22 students are the record breakers and prize winners of the Olympic Games, World and European Championships.
Three SSU students were part of Ukrainian national team in the XXX Summer Olympic Games in London; six students participated in the XXII Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. They were awarded with gold medals in relay biathlon race, and bronze medals in boxing and biathlon sprint.
According to results of the III Sports Games of Ukraine, SSU is in the top 3 universities. According to results of the Championships of Ukraine and the First All-Ukrainian Festival in competitive sports, SSU is in the top 10universities of the country with the 7th place among all universities in Ukraine.
2 Institutes in Shostka and Konotop
4 Technical Schools and Colleges in Konotop, Shostka and Sumy
-Economics and Management,
-Electronics and Information Technology,
-Foreign Philology and Social Communications,
-Technical Systems and Energy Efficient Technologies
NUPh HISTORY: STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT, HISTORICAL REFERENCE
NUPh is one of the oldest and elite higher educational establishments of Europe, centre of pharmaceutical education, which will celebrate its 200th anniversary in 2005. Pharmaceutical education takes its rise in 1805, when the first pharmaceutical department has been opened on the basis of the pharmaceutical division of Kharkov Emperor University medical faculty, which became the grounding for the future institute creation. Initiating by the group of famous Kharkiv scientists, the first in Ukraine pharmaceutical institute was opened in Kharkov on September 10th, 1921.
Since 1980 Kharkov pharmaceutical institute is headed by the professor Valentin P. Chernykh, associate-member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Doctor of Pharmacy, Doctor of Chemistry, State prize winner of Ukraine, Honoured scientist and technicbrian of Ukraine, Honoured inventor of Ukraine. High level of achievements of the 80-s to a considerably assisted, that in 1992 Kharkov pharmaceutical institute obtained the status of academy.
On September 18th, 2002 by the Decree of the President of Ukraine Academy got the status of National University of Pharmacy.
The University has the 4th level of accreditation. It is the unique higher educational establishment, which completely covered the needs of pharmaceutical branch in highly gualified professionals.
NUPh trains Bachelors and Masters in 13 specialities on 10 faculties:
Technology of drugs
Perfumery and cosmetics technology
Economics of enterprises
Management of organizations
Quality, standardization, certification
Analytical quality control
Higher educational institutes pedagogy
NUPh IS THE CENTER OF PHARMACY SCIENCE
The educational process is provided by 52 departments, where 830 lecturers work, 85% of them have scientific degree. There are 72 Doctors of sciences, about 400 assistant professors and candidates of sciences, 15 academicians and associate-members of National and branch Academies of Sciences of Ukraine, 5 members of the New York Academy of sciences, 14 Honoured scientists and technicians of Ukraine among them.
Scientific staff 72 Doctor of sciences, about 400 assistant professors and candidate of sciences, 15 academicians and associate-members of the National and branch Academies of Sciences, 5 members of New York academy of sciences, 14 honoured scientists and technicians of Ukraine.
Training the scientific professionals for the foreign countries we invite people who wish to continue their scientific researches to the post-graduate study.
Post-graduate training is by contract and is carried in the following specialities:
15.00.01 "Drugs technology and pharmacy business organization "
15.00.02 "Pharmaceutical chemistry and pharmacology"
Post-graduate training is conducted during 3 years, full-time (3 years) and part-time (4 years) form of study. After finishing the post-graduate training successfully and scientific thesis defence the Doctor of Pharmacy degree in the field of pharmacy is conferred.
Journals: "Clinical Pharmacy", "News of Pharmacy", ((Organic and pharmaceutical chemistry" are published in the National University of Pharmacy. Publications of these journals are recognised by the highest attestation commission of Ukraine.
PREPARATORY FACULTY FOR FOREIGN CITIZENS
As experience showed it is difficult for the foreign students to join fully the educational process without language knowledge and the adaptation period. That is why, in 1992 preparatory faculty of the National University of Pharmacy was created. Nowadays the preparatory faculty of the University is one of the largest not only in Kharkov, but also in Ukraine.
For the 12 years of work the preparatory faculty has trained more than 1 500 foreign students from 43 countries for the further study in the higher educational institutes of medical-biological and engineer-technological directions. Every year students from new countries come to study in the University. With the parental love experienced lecturers help the foreign citizens to come through the period of adaptation to the new conditions of life and training in Ukraine, also to obtain Russian language. Besides the language of speciality, the students of the preparatory faculty study chemistry, physics, biology, mathematics and other subjects necessary for the further study at any higher educational institute of Ukraine. New modern classrooms and lecture halls of the preparatory faculty are situated nearly the hostels where students live.
Pre-higher education 10 months, graduates have opportunity to continue their education in all higher education establishments of Ukraine, Russia.
FOREIGN STUDENTS TRAINING
Nowadays more than 16 000 students study in the University, among them approximately 100 foreigners. Foreign students are trained since 1965, for these years University has prepared more than 4 000 professionals in the field of pharmacy for 73 countries of the world. In the NUPh foreign citizens can get education in Russian, Ukrainian or English. Duration of study in Russian and Ukrainian is 6 years (the 1st year study at the preparatory faculty). Duration of study in English is 5 years.
Students have the opportunity to live in 5 hostels, which are situated near the academic buildings. The administration of the University managed to make standard rooms into the comfortable rooms that correspond to all European demands.
Students' years are not just for study, all conditions for cultural development of the person were created in the university. Students visit theatres, circus, museums, and travel around Ukraine. They take an active part in the University's cultural educative competitions. Various theatres, museums, sports-grounds and swimming pools meet you with hospitality.
Ukrainian and foreign manufactures' goods are presented in many supermarkets of the city, and visiting Kharkov markets is a holiday for gourmets.
The admission committee for foreigners works all year around. The foreign applicants' admission begins from August 15th up to November 15th of the current year. To enter the National University of Pharmacy foreign citizen should present the following documents:
Original of the certificate on complete general secondary education with mention of the studied subjects and obtained marks, translated and certified by a notary;
a certificate of having no human immunodeficiency virus;
a medical certificate certified by the public authority of Health of the country of departure and issued at the latest two months before departure to Ukraine;
a medical insurance policy (to be issued in Ukraine);
a copy of the birth certificate and its translation certified by a notary;
6 photos 6x4 cm;
a return ticket with an opened date during one year.
Kharkiv Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education is a Ukrainian university in Kharkiv.
The Kharkiv Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education was established on 11 November 1923 and was called “Ukrainian State Institute for Advanced Training of Physicians”. In 1931 the department of postgraduate education and internship was established at the institute. Since 1991 the Institute was subordinated to the Ministry of Health of Ukraine and it was renamed in “Kharkiv Institute for Doctors’ Improvement”.
Under the resolution of The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine from 15 March 1999 № 379 it was renamed to “Kharkiv Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education”.
Campuses and buildings Academy has 4 hostels with general area of 17438 square meters, 9321 square meters from them is housing area (3 hostels of flat system and one hostel of corridor system) intended for 1600 persons. The wealth of listeners reaches to 100%. There is a study room, branch of the library, café intended for 100 persons, cooking room, office personal services in hostels.
Institutes and faculties Departments are merged into 5 faculties: Therapy, Surgery, Pediatrics, Family Medicine, Medical Prophylaxis. Training of foreign students is performed at postgraduate courses, clinical ordinatura, probation courses and preparation department. Foreign students from more than 30 countries are studying at the academy now. Volume of admittance is 450 specialists according to the Licence АВ №585783 and for college it is 30 persons according to the licence АВ № 552226.
Academy has unique conditions for realization of training on the highest level in all the types of postgraduate education. On the 5 faculties of the academy foreign students study at clinical ordinatura, postgraduate courses and probation courses in following specialties: obstetrics and gynecology, anesthesiology, gastroenterology, dermatovenereology, endocrinology, oncology, cardiology, clinical laboratory diagnostics, orthodontics, orthopedic stomatology, orptopedics and traumatology, otolaryngology, ophthalmology, psychotherapy, radiology, preventive dentistry, therapy, urology, surgery, operative dentistry, ultrasound diagnostics and others.
On 1.09.2012 270 foreign citizens are studying at KhMAPE, from them 232 persons at clinical ordinatura, 10 persons at postgraduate courses and 28 persons.
Notable people Valentin Grischenko, science school obstetrics and gynecology.
Alexey Korzh, science school of traumatology and orthopedics.
Victor Skumin, Russian and Soviet scientist, psychiatrist, psychotherapist, and psychologist, Professor, Doktor Nauk. He was the first to described a previously unknown disease (1978), now it is called Skumin syndrome.
Alexandr Shalimov, science school surgery.
International cooperation At the moment academy has made an international contracts with next organizations: Sana’a University (Republic of Yemen), Baltic International Academy (Latvia), Akaki Tsereteli State University (Kutaisi, Georgia), Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, State Medical University (Tbilisi, Georgia), Higher Medical School (Sosnowiec, Poland), Tashkent Institute for Doctors’ Improvement (Uzbekistan), Azerbaijan State Institute for Doctors’ Improvement (Azerbaijan, Baku), Centre of International programs under Ministry of Education of Republic of Tajikistan, State-financed educational institution of higher professional education “Kursk State Medical University” (Russia, Kursk).
More than 1 000 of cycles of the secondary specialization, courses of preparation to attestation, cycles of subject improvement, information courses and probation courses are held, at which up to 20 000 listeners study.
“The Centre of Innovative Technologies of Education” was created at KhMAPE for development and adoption into the pedagogical process of new educational technologies. In this centre the lectures with use of modern equipment, international videoconferences with the participation of doctors from the USA, Canada, Poland and others are held. Telecommunication facilities of the centre allow taking part at tele-consultations, to get experience needed for development of tele-educational technologies. Research work is a part of work of academy. It is conducted according to the subject plan approved by the academic council.
To the fundamental scientific directions of the academy belong: family medicine in the system of healthcare, role of system of connective tissue in pathogenesis of specific and non-specific diseases, development of technologies of keeping autocells of bone marrow, their use for treatment of diseases of different genesis. During many years the scientific bases of academy are the leading scientific research institutions of the AMS of Ukraine.
Academy has a unique network of clinical bases, which are situated in more than 80 institutions of treatment and prophylaxis and are intended for 10500 beds.
Kharkov Zooveterinary Academy is a state educational establishment of the fourth accreditation level supervised by the Ministry of Agricultural Policy of Ukraine.
Was founded in 2001 on the basis of Kharkov Zooveterinary institute – the oldest higher school of veterinary medicine in Ukraine, it was 150 years in September 2001. Its graduates successfully work in 78 countries of the world, on all the continents of our planet including Germany, Bulgaria, Poland, Mongolia, Ethiopia, Congo, Nigeria, Ghana.
The Institute has trained 32 000 zooengineers and doctors of veterinary medicine for agriculture.
Among our graduates there are well-known scientists, the founders of scientific and educational schools.
Qualifications received in the Academy give the possibility to work in veterinary clinics, large animal-breeding farms, agrofirms, meat-processing factories, laboratories of veterinary-sanitation inspection, diagnostic laboratories.
There are 30 departments at the Academy, where 219 full-time staff work including 1 Academician, 4 Corresponding Members of UAAS, 31 professors, Doctors of Veterinary Science, 110 Lecturers, Candidates of Science.
The Academy has 12 buildings, situated compactly, a canteen, a recreation centre, 2 stadiums, 2 sporthalls, a club, shooting gallery, horse-training complex, where there are 40 horses, educational and training practical farm. All the buildings are situated in the picturesque area not far from Kharkov.
Relationship between Kharkov Zooveterinary Academy and foreign countries. The Academy has trained specialists for countries of Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Middle East since 1948. About 1000 specialists for 78 foreign countries including 550 veterinary, biological and agricultural science PhD have been trained in this period. Citizens of Jordan, Palestine, Egypt, Iraq, Congo, Mali, and Nigeria studied at our Academy. Departments of histology, parasitology, pathoanatomy, pathophysiology, poultry farming, breeding and genetics of farm animals, epizootology train scientists for foreign countries. The diploma of Kharkov Zooveterinary Academy is prestigious and acknowledged in many countries of the world. Graduates of the Academy hold the leading positions in the veterinary departments of their countries, successfully compete with graduates of Canada, England, Germany, France.
The quality of specialist training is achieved by : optimal organization of training, high standard of contents of the course and methods of testing, using the achievement of world veterinary science, taking into consideration the veterinary service system in foreign countries. The curriculum of the courses is adapted to the specialist requirements of foreign countries. The tests on specialties are adapted to the demands of the foreign countries.
Information on training conditions. To enter the institute foreign citizens must finish preparatory department. Preparatory department of the institute trains students in chemistry biology, physics to prepare the students to enter higher schools of biological specialization. The language of teaching is Russian or Ukrainian. Classes are given by highly-qualified teachers having academic degrees. During your study at the institute you set up an acquaintance with academic staff, history of the institute, visit theatres, circus, sport-halls.
Accommodation. Sport. Recreation. There are 4 hostels in the Academy where there are all necessary conditions for your comfortable staying. There are special rooms where students can prepare for classes, seminars and examinations and have a good rest. There are sport facilities. Some traditional holidays are held at the Academy every year. They are "Confer students" Veterinary faculty Day and Zoo-engineering Faculty Day. Students go to discos, celebrate national holidays, get-together parties. Supervisors can help foreign students to adapt to the life in the Academy and in Ukraine.
Overview S.Z.Gzhytskiy National Veterinary and Biotech University of Lviv is a powerful complex of education, science, close cooperation with agricultural production and education of future specialists in the spirit of patriotism and cultural wealth. There are more than four thousands full-time and extramural students studying in the University. Training of masters is carried out in five specialities. There are four faculties of full-time education, Faculty of Distance Education, Institute of Extended Training and Retraining AIC Specialists. The University continues its work concerning official recognition of diplomas of Ukrainian agricultural universities by the universities of developed countries.
One of the ways of solving the problem is introducing functionally differentiated system of education in the University. Specialists' training is conducted in 12 specialities and 15 specializations. The University provides educational services in such spheres: veterinary science, food technology and engineering, technology of producing and processing livestock products, fish industry and aquaculture, specific categories (quality, standardization and certification), economics and business, management and administration, ecology, environment protection, law.
The major structural unit in the system of providing professional educational services is a Department. The University has 31 departments. Moreover, the structural unit providing educational services, including second higher education, advance training and retraining of personnel is the Institute of Extended Training and retraining of AIC Specialists.
The other major units, which facilitate the educational process, are: scientific library, scientific and production complexes "Davydivsky" and "Komarnitsky", Department of Practise, Information Technology Centre with the technical and educational services, etc. Separate unit of the University is Rozhyschensky zooveterinary college, since 2007 – University College. The University implemented a program of integration science and educational process. 59 branches of departments were established, based on the best scientific institutions and production units (companies, enterprises, associations). The University provides training of specialists for the state budget, preferential government loans, funds of individuals and entities. The percentage of state orders is 65% in full-time department and 35% in extramural studies.
The main aim of our activity is to strengthen the cult of knowledge. Recently, it has become a good tradition to refer the best students of the University for Practice to United Kingdom, Germany, Netherlands, and Ireland.
History National Veterinary and Biotech University of Lviv was named after S. Z. Gzhytskyj (alternative spelling: Grzycki) is the one of the oldest higher educational institutions of such a profile in Ukraine.
The roots of the University go to 1784 when a veterinary department was set up at Lviv University. In Austria, Emperor Joseph II introduced educational reform, according to which there were only three universities on the territory of empire: in Vienna, Prague and Lviv. Lviv University received the status of university in October, 1784 and began to teach veterinary medicine and then started the development of veterinary medicine as a science in Galicia. At first they wanted to establish Veterinary school in Lviv like in Vienna but founded only the fifth university chair, the chair of veterinary medicine at the Medical Faculty of the University. The first professor and chairman was Georg Chmel (1747 – 1805) graduator of Vienna Veterinary School. He was an author of first veterinary works in Lviv. In 1881 – 1882 academic year the Veterinary School was founded in Lviv. Its full name was Kaiser-King Veterinary School together with school of forging horses and clinic for animals in Lviv. The Director of that school was prof. Peter Seifman (October 1, 1881), the former director of Warsaw Veterinary School and a director of Kazan' Veterinary Institute. At the same time prof. Henrih Kadyi and prof. Anton Baransky were taken at positions there. In four years (February 19, 1885) the school gave the first five diplomas of veterinary doctors.
According to resolution from December 1896 Lviv Veterinary School received status of High School (Academy) (October 1, 1897) In September 1908 the Academy received the right to give the scientific degree – the doctor of veterinary medicine and for special services – honorary doctorate (doctor honoris causa). From 1909 Rector was elected among the professors of the Academy for two years. Joseph Szpilman (1855 – 1920) was the first rector of Lviv Veterinary Academy.
Before the First World War at the Academy worked such famous professors as Stanislaw Krolikowsky, Volodymyr Kulchytskyj, Zigmund Markowsky, Pawel Kretovicz, Theophil Holobut. In 1917 Volodymyr Kulchytskyj became the Rector. He was the first Ukrainian rector of the Academy, a man of the encyclopedic knowledge, well-known anatomist and orientalist.
On December 12, 1922 the Academy received a new name – Lviv Academy of Veterinary Medicine that lasted till autumn 1939. Professor Waclaw Moraczewsky (1867 – 1950) took a special place in the history of the Academy. He was a famous biochemist, talented teacher and public figure, literature critic, expert in arts and music and a sportsman. He had a great impact on the Ukrainian writer Vasyl' Stefanyk. He also made a great influence on scientific progress of Ukrainian scientist S. Gzhytskyj (1900 – 1976) and the University was named in his honour. In autumn 1939 Lviv Academy of Veterinary Medicine turned into Lviv Veterinary Institute. Professor Ivan Chynchenko (1905 – 1993) became the director of the institute. He was a famous scientist, public man.
Both important and dramatic was war and post war times. German administration turned Lviv higher schools into professional courses to lower the quality of Slavic specialists. After the completion of these courses a certificate was given instead of a diploma. The directors of these courses were Otto Habersang and Prof. Uergen Witte.
In 1944 this educational institution restored its activity in the status of an institute after Lviv liberation and in 1949 the second faculty was opened – Zootechnical (since 1956 – Zooingineering, since 2003 – the faculty of Biology and Technology ). In times of an independent Ukraine such faculties were founded: in 1991 – Sanitary and Technological Faculty, in 2004 – the Faculty of Food Technologies, in 2002 – the Faculty of Economics and Management. Furthermore these the Faculty of Extramural Education, the centre of artistic selfactivity and the institute of Post- Graduate education are actively working here.
In 1992 Lviv Academy of Veterinary Medicine regained its former name. In 2003 the Academy assumed the status "National" and was named after its student and then worker – the chief of Biochemistry Department, prominent scientist, and corresponding member of NAS and an academician of Ukrainian Agricultural Academy professor Stepan Gzhytskyj (1994). An academic council regained its right to assign the honorary status of a doctor (1998).
Campuses and buildings All buildings of the university (main building, housing departments, research library, sports complex and 4 campus dormitories with a dining room) are compactly located in the central part of the city.
Educational research and production centers of the University are located in farming towns of Lviv region: ERPC "Komarnivskyj" – in Horodok' district at a distance of 50 km from the city, ERPC "Davydivskyj" – in Pustomyty' district at a distance of 10 km from the city.
Institutes and faculties Nowadays there are 5 faculties at the University:
Veterinary Medicine with the following specializations: veterinary pharmacy; quality, standardization and certification of agricultural products, ichthyopathology, diseases of small animals, laboratory affairs, veterinary ecology;
Biology and Technology Faculty – specialty: technology of production and processing of animal production with the following specializations: apiculture, fur farming, poultry raising, fish-breeding, management and water bioresources;
Faculty of Food Technology and Ecology with the following specializations; technology of meat preservation and processing, technology of milk preservation and processing, technology of fat and fat substitutes, ecology and environmental protection quality, еconomic оf environment, standardization and certification with the following specializations: veterinary sanitation, technology of hide and fur, ecosecurity of food products.
Faculty of Economics and Management in specialties: marketing, management and organizational management;
Faculty of extramural study which trains technologists of production and processing of animal products, marketers, managers, ecologists.
A centre of artistic amateur performances is a separate structural unit, which is the basis of specialists training in the field of organization and conducting of cultural, sporting and educational actions. The Institute of Post – Diploma Studies and Retraining of AIC cadres re-educates specialists providing them with a second diploma of state higher education. Six research institutes are functioning at the university now:
Research Institute of Biotechnological Monitoring;
Research Institute of Biotechnological Principles of Animals Productivity Increase;
Research Institute of Cattle Breeding, Horse Breeding and Immunogenetics;
Research Institute of Physiology and Ecoimmunology of animals and Birds;
Institute of Management and Information Technologies;
Research Institute of Ichthyopathology Introduction and Intensive Technologies in fish breeding.
Three Specialized Scientific Councils work at the University. They work in 10 fields; physiology of people and animals, veterinary obstetrics and biotechnology of reproduction, veterinary sanitation and hygiene, veterinary expertise, veterinary pharmacology, and toxicology, animals feeding and feeds technology, breeding and selection of animals, and ecology. Post-graduate students are trained in 25 specialties.
Doctoral studies were opened in 9 specialties in 2001.
Honorary doctors Stepan Gzhytskyj (1900 – 1976) is a world-wide known scientist of Lviv University of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnology, a founder of Veterinary Biochemistry in Ukraine. He offered insulin as remedy in Veterinary Medicine.
Kirovograd State Flight Academy Of Ukraine is considered to be one of the best international flight schools and is the unique component of the national education in Ukraine."
First FlightIts history began more than 50 years ago. The 60th Military Aviation Flight College was created in Kirovograd in 1951 and prepared the flight crews for Soviet Army Military Air Forces till1960. In connection with the decision of Soviet Government concerning USSR Military Forces reduction, the College was transformed into the Kirovograd Civil Aviation High School. Kirovograd Civil Aviation High Flight School carried out training of aviation personnel for Aeroflot and aviation companies all around the world from 1960 till 1978.
First Flight CrewIn the 60th the new aviation hardware, jet and turboprop aircraft were introduced into Civil Aviation. This fact complicated the process of air traffic and raised the demands to aviation staff. It became necessary to create the civil aviation higher education establishments. Beginning from 1978, on the base of Kirovograd Civil Aviation High Flight School the Kirovograd Civil Aviation High Flight College started functioning. The technical and training base and aviation staff high education programs were improved. In 1993 by the order of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine the College got the status of the State Flight Academy of Ukraine. So, the high quality of training at the Academy is based on the great experience and many years' traditions.
KirovogradDuring the period of its operation Academy prepared more than 110 thousand of aviation personnel, including more than 4 thousand specialists for 66 countries of the world. We are proud that our graduates work on all main lands of the Earth (except Australia) and hold different posts. Among them are pilots, air traffic controllers, heads of the services, flight crews and detachments captains, chiefs of the departments, air companies and flight complexes directors. Besides, our graduates are heads of aviation services in Mongolia, Bulgaria, Moldova and several African countries. For the high quality training of Cuba Republic specialists the Academy was awarded with the Cuban order "De la SOLIDARIDAD", and for the great contribution into high-qualified personnel training for Ukrainian aviation it got the silver medal of International Academic rating "Golden Fortune".
In 2000 the State Flight Academy joined the UN program TRAINAIR (civil aviation personnel training international program), also it became the member of Innovation Centre of International Educational Programmes "INCOS".
The activity of the State Flight Academy of Ukraine is certified by International Aviation Committee (CIS), got the license of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and the 4th level of accreditation.
Flight School InternationalAt present the Academy provides training on the following specialities: Aircraft Flight operation (commercial pilot for single engine aircraft, commercial pilot for multi engine aircraft), Aircraft Production, Technical Maintenance and Repair (technical diagnostic and non-destructive methods of monitoring, flight engineer), Air Traffic Servicing (air traffic controller, air navigation information and flight planning officer, computer flight servicing officer, emergency servicing and flight safety officer).
The State Flight Academy of Ukraine went through many difficulties of living in the new economic formation and now is both the only one flight education establishment in Ukraine and world level centre of 21st century aviation personnel training.
National Aviation University (Ukrainian: Національний авіаційний університет) is a university located in Kiev (Kyiv), Ukraine. It started in 1933 when the Kyiv Aviation Institute was founded on the basis of the mechanical department of Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. The University consists of 16 institutes, 2 separate faculties, 1 Aviation Academy (KFA NAU), 3 lyceums, 6 colleges and 12 research institutes including their subdivisions and 8 departments. The university has its own center for culture and arts, medical center, library, “Aviator” newspaper and a yacht club. University also supports the State Aviation Museum. Main historical dates 1898 - Mechanical department of Kiev Polytechnic Institute
1933 - Kiev Aviation Institute
1947 - Kiev Institute of Civil Air Fleet
1965 - Kiev Institute of Civil Aviation Engineers
1994 - Kiev International University of Civil Aviation
2000 - National Aviation University
Overview The history of the National Aviation University dates back to August 1933. Since its founding, the National Aviation University has prepared thousands of experts which work in Ukraine and almost 90 countries around the world. It became the leading institution for training specialists in civil aviation. Some of the alumni are notable industry organizers, scientists, state and military figures. They head educational institutions, air companies, design bureaus, factories, organizations and services within different departments. The university has powerful scientific schools in the fields of mechanics, management, electronics, materials science, electrical engineering, computer science and computer facilities. Academic activities are performed by a highly skilled scientific and pedagogical team, including 23 academicians, corresponding members of the Academy of Science of Ukraine, 280 doctors of sciences, professors, 830 candidates of sciences and senior lecturers, 54 honored people in science and engineering of Ukraine and winners of State prizes.
International activities of the University The University has joined the Bologna Convention that makes it possible for students to get diplomas of international standard and improve students’ mobility. The university professors and students collaborate internationally with universities in Spain, Great Britain, Germany, the Netherlands, France, South Korea and other countries. The University also cooperates with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Two ICAO European Regional Training Centers are successfully functioning for aviation personnel training and upgrading.
University facilities The university occupies a total area of about 90 hectares. There are 14 academic buildings standing on 150 000 square meters. The university has 42 aircraft engines, 75 airplanes and helicopters, 240 on-board systems, 3 aircraft simulators, test benches and about 2500 modern computers being used in the educational process. The scientific and technical library has a resource of about 3 million books. The National Aviation University, the only one in Ukraine, has a unique hangar, radio equipment, a training aerodrome with aviation ground handling equipment, an aerodynamic training complex equipped with a wind tunnel, and the State Museum of Aviation. Students of the university also have access to the Sports Complex, the Arts and Culture Centre, the Medical Centre, accommodation in one among the 11 hostels, a cafeteria with a seating capacity for 1000 people at a time, memberships in the Billiard Club and e-club, all located within the students' campus.
Structure of the University More than 10,000 students study at the National Aviation University today, among them 1200 foreign students from more than 50 countries.
The National Aviation University consists of:
16 institutes: Information-diagnostic Systems Institute; Aerospace Institute; Electronics and Control Systems Institute; Institute of Computer Technologies; (ICIT); Institute of Municipal Activity; Management and Economics Institute; Legal Institute "Institute of Air and Space Law"; Preparatory Institute; Humanities institute; ICAO Institute; The Institute of Extramural and Distance Education; Institute of Innovative Technologies; Institute of Continuing Education; Land Use and Information Technologies Institute; Institute of Management Technologies; Institute of International Relations (Kiev)|Institute of International Relations;
2 separate faculties: Foreign students faculty; Department of military preparation;
1 Aviation Academy: Kirovograd Fight Academy of National Aviation University (KFA NAU) (http://www.glau.kr.ua/)
3 lyceums: Aerospace Lyceum; Aviation Lyceum #1; Aviation Lyceum #2;
6 colleges: College of Information Technologies, Geodesy and Organization of the Use of Land; Industrially-economic College; Slovyansk College; Kryvorizkiy College; Kremenchuzkiy College; Vasylkivskiy College;
12 research institutes and subdivisions: Research Institute of Technological Systems within Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and; Ministry of Industrial Policy; Research Institute of Integrated Telecommunication Technologies; SRI of the Fleeting Processes; SRI of Design; SRI "Aviatest"; State Research Institute of Aviation; Aerospace Center (http://www.asc.nau.edu.ua); Aerodynamic Research Center of National Aviation University of Ukraine; The Research Design Bureau "Buran"; Center "Air traffic service"; Training Center (gymnasium); Ukrainian National Research Center of Certification of Combustive-lubricating Materials and Technical Liquids;
8 departments: Department of Humanitarian Development; Department of Education and Methodology Main Office; Financial Department; Bookkeeping; Department of Work With Separate Units; Personnel and Documentary Administration; Juridical Department; Foreign Affairs Department.
The KhAI was founded in 1930. Its history is closely connected with the development of aircraft engineering and science. The University is famous for its creation of the first in Europe high-speed airplane with a retractable landing gear and the creation of the design of the turbojet engine developed by teacher of the KhAI A. M. Liulka who afterwards became the academician and designer of many structures of aircraft engines including the engine of the aircraft Su-27.
The KhAI is a unique higher educational institution where the airplanes developed by the Institute Design Burean under the supervision of professor I. G. Neman were produced serially at the aircraft plants and run on passenger airlines.
From 1977 to 1984 the Designer General O.K. Antonov run the department of airplane structure at the KhAI.
In 1978 the KhAI was given the name of N. Ye. Zhukovskiy. In 1980 the Institute was awarded with the order of Lenin. In 1998 the N. Ye. Zhukovskiy State Aerospace University “Kharkov Aviation Institute” was founded on the basis of the KhAI and in 2000 the University got a status of the National higher educational institution and got a name of the National Aerospace Uuniversity Kharkiv Aviation Institute.
During the period of its existence the University has trained about 60 ths engineers. More than 80% of the specialists with higher education who work in Ukrainian aerospace area are the graduates of the KhAI.
At present about 9.5 ths students and 160 post-graduate students are trained at the University; 650 teachers and 2.5 ths employers work here. Among theme there are 120 Professors and Candidates of Science. Among the teachers of the University there are also: 1 USSR State Lenin Prize winner, 7 USSR State Prize winners, 28 Ukraine State Prize winners, 11 USSR Council of Ministers Prize winners.
The KhAI is a member of International Association of Universitys; Global Association, Organization of Industry and Airport Technology; it is also in the International Catalogue and belongs to the Association of higher educational institutions of Kharkiv city INTERVUZ, as well as to the Aerospace Agency of Ukraine.
The KhAI is a co-executor of some programs which are carried out with universities and companies of USA, Japan, Germany, France, Mexico and Chine. The University takes part in the program of creation of “Alfa” international space station.
In 1992 the KhAI resumed the training of foreign students over 500 foreign citizens from 40 countries of Asia, Africa and America are trained annually at the University.
The KhAI covers a separate territory of the city in the forest-part zone, its area amounts to about 25 hectares. The University has 8 academic buildings, research institute and laboratories, library will 1 ml volume in stock, campus, sporty complex, swimming pool, preventurium clinic of first medical aid, dining halls, bank, children garden, etc.
Specialties: economic theory, economic cybernetics, banking, economic statistics, management of organizations, marketing, accounting and auditing, international economics, management of foreign economic activity, finance and credit, applied statistics
Ternopil National Economic University, TNEU (Ukrainian: Тернопільський Національний Економічний Університет, Ternopils’kyy Natsional’nyy Economichnyy Universytet) founded in 1971. It is located in the city of Ternopil, Ternopil Oblast, Ukraine.
History The University was founded in 1966, when the Department of Financial and Economic Faculty of Kyiv Institute of National Economy was opened in Ternopil. Within the years, the Department was transformed into the Faculty (1967), after that - into Financial and Economic Institute (1971), Institute of National Economy (1989), Academy of National Economy (1994). In March 30, 2005 the educational establishment became a University. In September 29, 2006 the National status was conferred to the University.
Campuses and buildings Nowadays the TNEU complex includes 14 training and laboratorial complexes, a library, 4 sport gyms, 3 sports-grounds, 8 dormitories, 9 economic and service buildings.
Academic Departments by Faculty [Faculty of Accounting and Audit] [Faculty of Agricultural Economics and Management] [Faculty of Banking Business] [Faculty of Computer Informational Technologies] Department of Information Computing Systems and Control
American-Ukrainian School of Computer Sciences and Technologies
[Faculty of Economics and Investment Management] [Faculty of Economics and Management] [Faculty of Finance] [Faculty of International Business and Management] [Faculty of Law] [The Ukrainian-Dutch Faculty of Economics and Management] [Faculty of Post-Graduate Studies] International Activity Participation in international organizations European Association of International Education (1999).
European University Association (2007);
Magna Charta Universitatum (2008);
Talloires Network (from 2012).
Agreements with foreign partners Cooperation with 52 foreign educational institutions is established (16 higher educational institutions of Poland; 7 – of Russia; 4 – of Germany; 3 – of Belarus, Italy, the USA; 2 – of Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, China; 1 – of Austria, Greece, Denmark, Canada, Lithuania, Moldova, the Netherlands, Spain, Romania, France).
Joint programs of cooperation with foreign partners German-speaking integrated program in Bachelor and Master training;
Ukrainian-American program in Bachelor training;
English-speaking program in International Economics and Tourism;
Ukrainian-Greek program in Master training in «Business administration»;
Program in training Bachelors and Masters on specialization «Crisis analysis and decision making»;
Ukrainian-Polish program in finances and insurance;
School of Polish and European Law.
Ukrainian-Dutch Faculty of Economics and Management.
Ukrainian-German Economic Faculty
Training of foreign students, post-graduates and doctoral students Since 2007, 203 foreigners obtained certificates on graduation from the TNEU Preparatory Department for Foreigners; since 2006 foreign citizens were granted 62 Master Diplomas and 40 Bachelor Diplomas.
International programs and grants Within the period of the last decade, TNEU participated in 35 international projects TEMPUS-TACIS, DAAD, APPOLO, «Marie Curie» etc
WIUU was established in 1997 by cooperation of the National Pedagogical Dragomanov University in KIev, Wisconsin International University (Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, USA) and Professor Oleksandr Romanovskiy. Over the years, WIUU has established cooperation programs with several other business schools and universities.
WIUU is accredited by the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine and the State Accrediting Board of Ukraine to offer Bachelor and Master Programs. In 2012, WIUU's MBA program has been accredited by the Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation (FIBAA). In 2014 the university began going through the accreditation process for its BBA program 
|Degree Offered||Diplomas Obtained|
|Joint Ukrainian - American Bachelor Degree in Business Administration and Management||Ukrainian State Diploma -Bachelor of Management (BM)International Diploma -Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)|
|American Degree - Bachelor of Business Administration||International Diploma -Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)|
|Ukrainian Degree - Bachelor of Management||Ukrainian State Diploma -Bachelor of Management (BM)|
|Bachelor of International Business Degree||Ukrainian and International Diplomas in International Business|
|American Degree - Master of Business Administration||International Diploma -Master of Business Administration (MBA)|
|Ukrainian Degree - Master of International Management||Ukrainian State Diploma -Master of International Management (MIM)|
Students have the opportunity to practice, study and train abroad (the USA and Western Europe) in order to broaden their knowledge on culture, politics, economics and languages of the host countries. WIUU offers a range of summer and winter programs in Florida, Heidelberg, Munich, London, Plymouth,Madrid, Paris and Strasbourg. Courses and internship taken at WIUU partner universities are recognized by WIUU.
The university maintains relations to a number of partner institutions:
- Wisconsin International University
- Indiana Wesleyan University (USA)
- University of St Mark & St John (Great Britain)
- Institute of Commercial Management (Great Britain)
- Richmond, The American International University in London (Great Britain)
- Schiller International University (USA)
- Ukrainian Free University (Germany)
- German-Ukrainian Society of Economics and Science (Germany)
Students and faculty organize various activities outside of the curriculum, such as sports or cultural events. WIUU's international connections and exchange programs enable students to receive insights into foreign customs and traditions, often leading to multi-cultural entertainment programs. There is also a weekly student-made newspaper.
The Interregional Academy of Personnel Management (the IAPM) was founded in 1989 as a non-state higher education and research institution. The IAPM is the largest Ukrainian university of economic and humanitarian profile training students from 39 countries of the world in 20 specialties, 101 specializations pertaining to 16 areas and 11 fields of knowledge. The Interregional Academy of Personnel Management consists of the Presidential University (the city of Kyiv), the All-Ukrainian University (institutes, branches, subsidiaries all over Ukraine) and the International Open University (the International Preparatory Institute in Kyiv and the network of foreign education centres abroad).
The training process at the Academy is provided by more than 2300 teachers, 70% of them are Doctors and Candidates of Science.
Today the IAPM is the leader in the sphere of non-state education in Ukraine. The Academy is licensed at the IV (the highest) level by the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine and accredited at the all licensed specialties that allow issuing state-standard diplomas.
The IAPM is included into the World Higher Education Database published by the International Association of Universities under the UNESCO’s aegis.
The Interregional Academy of Personnel Management is situated in Kyiv – the capital of Ukraine which is one of the most picturesque and comfortable cities of Europe with nearly 3 million residents.
Besides the tertiary and preparatory institutes the Academy includes the Graduate School, Doctorate, Teleuniversity, Colleges of Law and Economics, Lyceum (5-11 grades), Computer courses, Courses of foreign languages, the Yaroslav the Wise Library and Information Centre, Personnel agency and Driving school.
The Academy’s infrastructure comprises the European-standard educational buildings, conference hall, dormitories, medical centre, library building, stadium, gyms and athletic fields, concert hall, student restaurants, cafes and canteens, food stores, barber’s, sauna, parks with a lot of cultural objects, etc. The security of the Academy’s 15 hectares campus is provided around the clock.
The Academy prepares highly qualified experts in the following fields:
|- Management and Business
- Personnel Management and Labour Economics
- Accounting and Auditing
- Credit and Finance
- Political Science
|- International Relations
- Social Work
- Country Studies
- Applied Mathematics
- Software Engineering
Accreditation level - IV.
Rector - Pobirchenko Natalia Semenivna, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, corresponding member of the National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine, Honored Worker of Education of Ukraine.
Human resources. The educational process in Pavlo Tychyna USPU is provided by the 39 Chairs. The teaching staff consists of 524 persons, including 83 Doctors, Professors, about 300 Candidates of Sciences, Associate Professors. Among them are three Academicians and three members of the National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine, 1 Academician of the Academy of Construction and Architecture, 1 Academician of the Academy of Higher Education, 1 member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
Material and technical facilities of the University includes 4 academic buildings, workshops, two student dormitories, agrobiostation, scientific library, modern reading rooms for students, faculty and graduate students, 3 language laboratories, two student cafeterias, a sports complex, free internet access available in 12 computer classrooms and dormitories.
The funds of the University Research Library consist of over 360,000 volumes, every year the library subscribes to over 300 titles of pedagogical, research, professional periodicals.
Research infrastructure of the University comprises 3 research centers of dual subordination (to the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and the National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine), 18 research laboratories that cooperate with the branch laboratories of the research and scientific institutes of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and the National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine, 7 regional scientific and methodical centers. There are Post-Graduate and Doctoral studies available.
The scientific schools headed by the prominent scientists - Academician Volodymyr Grygorovych Kuz, Professors Talat Nuredinovych Azizov, Leonid Abramovych Kipnis, Oleksandr Mykolayovych Kobernyk, Tetiana Volodymyrivna Kuznets, Mykhailo Tadeyovych Martynyuk, Natalia Semenivna Pobirchenko, Natalia Petrivna Syvachuk, are prospering.
The University issues five specialized editions of scientific papers approved by the Higher Attestation Commission of Ukraine.
The school occupies the buildings of the former Rococo Capuchin monastery (built in 1779). Since October 2000 the university carries a title of National. It is one of the 14 research universities in Ukraine since July 2009. Ostroh Academy is the only elite university of Ukraine that is not located in a regional capital.
International Exchange Programmes
Students of Ostroh Academy take part in many international exchange programs.
The implementation of youth exchange project Canada-Ukraine (CORE) gives the students of the university an opportunity to live in Canada for several months, gain experience in economical, social, administrative, educational and other spheres, and improve English and French.
Implementation of the Canadian-Ukrainian exchange «CORE / ECO» annually allows 20 university students to stay for several months in Canada, the master of the country experience in the field of environmental protection, gain leadership skills, and get to know people of different nationalities living in Canada.
The program «CORE / HEALTH» - annually provides an opportunity for students to improve their skills in public health, spread among university students and local residents the information and materials about healthy lifestyles.
The program Net Corps, a Ukrainian-Canadian enables students to improve their professional skills in the sphere of informational technologies and programming.
The programs are coordinated by Canada World Youth organization, which has operated for 40 years in more than 50 countries. The partnership between Canada World Youth and the National University of Ostroh Academy has lasted for over 15 years. Some 225 students have participated in the programs.
For the last 10 years the students of the National University of Ostroh Academy have annually participated in such internship and educational programmes as Canadian-Ukrainian Parliamentary Program (CUPP), Fulbright Graduate Program, Edmund Muskie Program, Lane Kirkland Program, Study Tours to Poland, one year degree and non-degree studies at Warsaw University, four year studies at University of Marie Curie Sklodowska.
Departments The Department of Political Studies and Information Management
The Department of Quantitative Economics
The Department of Finance
The Department of Romance and Germanic Languages
The Department of Law
The Department of International Relations
Rankings The academy was ranked in the 6th place among Ukrainian traditional Universities according to official rating of the Ministry of Education & Science of Ukraine; 9th place among Ukrainian Universities according to "Ukrainska Pravda" newspaper; 3rd place among Ukrainian traditional Universities according to Correspondent Journal
Its history dates back to the Kyiv branch of the All-Union Institute of Soviet Trade, established in 1946 in accordance with the regulation by Council of Ministers of Ukraine № 50 of 14.01.59 branch was transferred to the subordination of the Kharkiv Institute of Soviet Trade, in the same year - Donetsk Institute of Soviet Trade. Kyiv Institute of Trade and Economics was established according to the USSR Council of Ministers regulation № 195 of 04.03.1966. It was transformed into Kyiv State University of Trade and Economics by the regulation of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine № 542 of 29.08.1994 It was granted national status by the Decree of President of Ukraine № 1059 / 2000 of 11.09.2000.
The University is a leader in reformation of higher education in Ukraine, first in the country it made significant updates to the content of education, large-scale introduction of computerization, new educational technologies based on software, local global information networks. Modern complex of electronic library services has been created for readers. System of parallel education and integrated education in the stage of technical and economic policy operates actively. The university serves as the scientific and methodological center for higher education institutions of Ukraine in the fields of training "Management" and "Trade". It is a developer of state educational standards in these areas. It provides training, retraining and qualification improvement of specialists on public order and agreements with entities and individuals in the areas of domestic and foreign trade, financial system and law, customs, consumer protection, antimonopoly activities, business economics, banking and insurance, accounting, financial control, restaurant business, tourism, hotels and other parts of the infrastructure. More than 34 thousand students study here, including 18 thousand of full-time education. Training is carried out in 5 directions (economics and business, management, trade, food technology and engineering, law) - 26 specialties, 36 majors. Organization of training relevant to modern society specialties is attracting more and more attention of youth, a lot of entrepreneurs, organizations and businesses
License of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine АE № 527275 dated 01.10.14
Kyiv International University is a higher educational institution of the IV accreditation level founded in 1994. Till 2002 its name was International Institute of Linguistics and Law.
President of Kyiv International University – Candidate of Sciences (Philology), Professor Khachatur V. Khachaturyan.
NOWADAYS THE FOLLOWING INSTITUTES FUNCTION AT THE UNIVERSITY:
- International Relations Institute (International Relations, International Law, International Economic Relations, Country Study, International Information, Tourism, Computer studies, Foreign policy);
- Institute of Linguistics (Foreign philology, Translation);
- Institute of Law (Science of Law, Intellectual property);
- Institute of Journalism (Journalism);
- Institute of Television, Cinema and Theatre (Cinema and Television Art; Theatre Art);
- Institute of Psychology, Social and Political Sciences (Psychology studies, Sociology, Political studies, Social work, Pedagogics of higher school);
- Faculty of Economics (Management of organizations, Enterprise economics, International economics, Finances and Credit, Administrative management);
- Faculty of Building and Architecture (Building studies);
- Medical and Pharmaceutical Faculty (Pharmacy).
SPECIFIC CATEGORIES OF TRAINING:
- External Policy;
- Intellectual Property;
- Pedagogics of High School;
- Administrative Management
Specialists are trained according to three educational levels: Bachelor, Master; programs of a second higher education have also been functioning (Specialist).
THE STRUCTURE OF THE UNIVERSITY CONSISTS OF:
- 28 Departments
- Students' Parliament
- Military Training Department
- Career Planning Centre
- UNESCO Club
- Centre of International and Public Relations
- Electronic laboratory and computer classes
- Moot Court Room
- Educational TV studio
- Specialized language study rooms
- Language laboratories
- Publishing centre
- Library and reading room (with funds of 140,000 exemplars)
- Supply divisions and sub-divisions
Today the academic staff of KIU includes 65 Doctors of Sciences, Professors, 148 Candidates of Sciences, Associate Professors. The total number of teachers with scientific degrees is nearly 90 %. The specificity of KIU: trains specialists (international lawyers, international economists, international relations specialists, teachers, journalists, psychologists, workers of social sphere, political analysts, translators, teachers), who will be able to represent the interests of Ukraine abroad including Oriental countries. That's why a great attention is paid to studying foreign languages: among 24 languages are taught at KIU there are European languages as well as languages of the Far and Middle East and Middle-Asian region. East European and Scandinavian languages are a part of the immediate future of linguistic training.
Appropriate level of training is provided first of all owing to the qualified management of educational process, staff policy of the University, original curricula, sufficient studying of two-three foreign languages, qualified academic staff.
Our students were victorious at Ukrainian and International Competitions. During 2001–2012 the KIU teams became the winners of the National Rounds of International competitions named after Telders and Jessup, International students moot court competitions named after Martens. During the international round among European countries (in Hague, the Netherlands) our team won the second place and became one of the best teams of this competition.
The students of KIU win competitions in international law, constitutional law, and foreign languages. They make reports at conferences.
The University publishes it’s our own newspaper, various creative groups of students carry out their research programs.
The priority of KIU activity is a research work of students and academic staff. Annually students' and teachers' scientific conferences are held which have acquired the international status; authors' methods and new technologies of studies are worked out and applied.
One of the most important directions of the KIU activity is to organize the Pre-University courses for schoolchildren to train qualified university applicants. The Faculty of Pre-University Training and regional courses function in cooperation with secondary schools on the basis of KIU.
On the initiative of KIU supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine annual Olympiads for school students are held.
The international status of the University and its main aims are the basis of the program of international and public relations of KIU. In the framework of the program different kinds of international cooperation are carried out: creative contacts with embassies of different countries are established, cooperation with international organizations, funds is conducted, foreign specialists are involved into the educational process, the organization of training abroad in correspondent organizations is carried out. University UNESCO club, educational and cultural program «Ukraine and World», cooperation with the National commission of UNESCO, the British Council, the American House of the USA Embassy to Ukraine, the Egyptian Fund of Technical Cooperation, European Association of International Education, the Centre of information and documentation of NATO in Ukraine actively contribute to this program.
Nowadays KIU has nearly 6000 students
The university opened in in 1930 as the National Institute of Physical Education of Ukraine in Kharkiv. In 1944 the institute was transferred to Kiev and changed its name to Kyiv State Institute of Physical Education. After the independence of Ukraine, in 1995 the university was reorganized in Kyiv National University of Physical Education, which in 1998 acquired the status of national and adopted the name of the National University of Physical Education and Sport of Ukraine.
Institutes and faculties 4 Faculties function in the structure of the university and one branch in Ivano-Frankivsk.
Faculty of Olympic and Professional sports;
Faculty of health and physical education;
Joint Faculty in preparation of physicians for the physical culture and sports (along with the Bogomolets National Medical University);
Faculty of extramural (distance learning) and postgraduate education.
Ivano-Frankivsk College of Physical Education
Sports and supporting facilities Rowing facilities at Dnieper
Biking and skiing facilities at the Holosiiv Park
Sports complex "Olimp" (contains pool)
Fitness center "Olimpiysky styl" (Olympic style)
Center of sport traumatology
International center of Olympic research and education
Since 1956 musicians from 28 countries of Europe, Asia, Africa and America have been trained at the Odessa conservatory (the former name of the Odessa State A.V. Nezhdanova).
The musical academy is the member of Association European of musical academies and conservatories
Studies are carried out in Specialties
Orchestra instruments (string, wind and percussion) and folk instruments
Music folklore science
Faculty of Piano-Theoretical
The Department of Special Piano I
The Department of Special Piano II
The Department of Common and Specialized Piano
The Department of Solo Performance
The Department of Chamber Ensembles
The Department of Theory of Music and Composition
The Department of History of Music and Ethnography
The Department of Modern Music and Culturology
Faculty of Solo Singing
The Department of Solo Singing I
The Department of Opera Training
The Department of Choral Conduction
Faculty of Orchestra
The Department of stringed instruments
The Department of folk instruments
The Department of wind and percussion instruments
The Department of opera-symphonic conduction
The Department of philosophy and the humanities
The Department of foreign languages
The Department of physical education.
Studies begin in September and are over in July.
Training may begin at any month, excluding summer vacations
With the beginning of the First World War, Novooleksandriiskii Institute was evacuated to Kharkiv, and in 1921 it was reestablished as Kharkiv Agricultural Institute that included the College of Forestry. Prof. G.M. Vysotskii was the head of the Silvicultural Department there in 1925 - 1930.
In 1926, the Government of Ukraine decided to construct new buildings for the Agricultural and Forestry Institutes in the historical region of Golosievo in Kyivv. The College of Forestry of Kharkiv Agricultural Institute moved to Kyiv in 1930. Together with the College of Forest Engineering of the Kyiv Agricultural Institute (established in 1922), they were reorganized into the Ukrainian Forest Technological Institute that was located in the First building of the NAUU shown on the picture to the left.
With the beginning of the World War II, students and staff of the Institute became a part of the battalion that fought in Golosievo forests. After the liberation of Kyiv, students began the classwork in damaged buildings in 1944. The new period for the College of Forestry has begun in 1954 when several institutes located in Golosievo were reorganized into the Ukrainian Agricultural Academy that was renamed into the National Agricultural University of Ukraine (NAUU) in 1995.
Currently, the Institute of Forestry and Landscape Architecture of NAUU is subdivided into 2 faculties:
Faculty of Forestry, and
Faculty of Gardening and Landscape Architecture
trees There are 9 departments at the Institute:
Department of Silviculture,
Department of Forests plantations and forest plant pathology,
Department of Forest melioration,
Department of Mechanization of forest complex,
Department of Forest measurement and forest inventory,
Department of Forest management,
Department of Dendrology and Forest Selection,
Department of Landscape architecture and garden construction,
Department of Gardening and phitodesign,
Botanical Garden of NAUU.
Other organizational structures of the institute include:
Scientific Research Institute for Forestry and Decorative Gardening,
Educational-Scientific Centres: (i) Silviculture; (ii) forest inventory and forest management; (iii) landscape architecture and decorative gardening,
Boyarska Forest Experimental Station.
According to the status of higher educational establishments, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine has the IV level of accreditation and is a research institution, which conducts educational, research, scientific-innovative, educational-industrial and consultancy activities aimed at the study of contemporary issues of life and environmental sciences, use, reproduction and sustainable development of biological resources of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, introduction of new environmental agri- and biotechnologies, technologies of recreation of soil safety and fertility, energy-efficient agricultural technologies, environmental and legal management in rural areas, monitoring and control of standards compliance, quality and safety of agricultural products, processed products and the environment.
National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine is one of the leading institutions of education, science and culture in Ukraine.
More than 40 thousand students and over 600 graduate students, doctoral students and applicants study at 19 faculties of the basic institution of the University (Kyiv), the Southern Affiliate of NULES of Ukraine “Crimean Agrotechnological University” and 14 separated subdivisions of NULES of Ukraine — regional higher educational institutions of III accreditation level.
Educational process and research at NULES of Ukraine is conducted by more than 3000 scientific-pedagogical and educational workers, including approximately 300 professors and doctors of sciences, and more than 1,000 associate professors and candidates of sciences.
The University consists of the following units:
education and research institutes and research institutes;
departments, education and research centres, education, research and production centres and education and production centres;
research and education laboratories; technological enterprises, shops, farms, workshops;
subdivisions, higher educational establishments of I-III accreditation level, training and experimental farms and research stations, including:
Southern Affiliate of NULES of Ukraine “Crimean Agrotechnological University”;
Berezhany Agrotechnical Institute (Ternopil region);
Nizhyn Agrotechnical Institute (Chernigiv region);
College of Berezhany Agrotechnical Institute (Ternopil region);
College of Nizhyn Agrotechnical Institute (Chernigiv region);
Ye. Khraplyvyy Zalishchyky Agricultural College (Ternopil region);
Irpin Economic College (Kyiv region);
Nemishaevo Agrotechical College (Kyiv region);
Boyarka College of Ecology and Natural Resources (Kyiv region);
O. Maynova Bobrovytsya College of Economics and Management (Chernigiv region);
Mukachevo Agricultural College (Zakarpattya region);
Prybrezhnensky Agricultural College (AR Crimea);
Crimean Agroindustrial College (AR Crimea);
Bakhchisaray College of Construction, Architecture and Design (AR Crimea);
Crimean Technical School of Hydromelioration and Mechanization of Agriculture (AR Crimea);
O. Muzychenko Velykosnytinske Education and Research Farm (Kyiv region);
Agronomic Research Station (Kyiv region);
Boyarka Forestry Research Station (Kyiv region);
Education and Research Farm “Vorzel” (Kyiv region);
Ukrainian Research Institute of Agricultural Radiology (Kyiv region);
Ukrainian Laboratory of Quality and Safety of Agricultural Products (Kyiv region);
Ukrainian Education, Research and Innovation Centre of Innovative Agricultural Machinery and Technologies (Kyiv region);
Education and Research Station of Mountain Forestry and Gardening (AR Crimea);
State Enterprise “Frunze Education and Research Breeding Plant of NULES of Ukraine” ;
Research and project Institute of Standardization and Technologies of Ecosafe and Organic Products (Odesa);
Akademichnyy Sport and Recreation Camp (Odesa region);
education, information and counselling centres and other units.
The main tasks in accordance with the Statute of the University are:
1) educational and cultural-educational activities:
training of specialists with incomplete higher education, basic higher education, complete higher education, as well as blue-collar workers for agriculture and environmental sector;
ensuring further improvement of the system of higher agricultural and environmental education and science in Ukraine according to the requirements of Bologna process and international standards of sustainable development of agrosphere, bioresources and rural areas;
continuing training and retraining of specialists for agriculture, forestry, fisheries, veterinary medicine and environmental industry;
education, retraining and certification of scientific and pedagogical personnel of higher qualification for the University and other educational and research institutions;
inculcating in students high culture and national civic consciousness;
creating appropriate conditions for learning, work, health, leisure and recreation of students, graduate students, doctoral students and employees of the University;
preparation, publication and implementation of educational, scientific, methodological and other materials;
vocational training, including training, retraining and advanced training of drivers of motor vehicles, tractors and combines, masters of production processes for agricultural and environmental sectors;
2) scientific, research and publishing activities:
organizing and conducting research developments taking into account experience of leading foreign universities of research type;
organizing and conducting conferences, symposiums, congresses, including international ones;
development of scientific guidance for quality examination of seed and planting material, agricultural raw materials and food, examination and standardization in accordance with international standards, training of specialists in expertise and standardization;
publication of scientific papers of scientific and teaching staff of the University, materials of conferences, symposia, meetings, thematic collections, research reports and other publications on the development of agriculture, economy, environment, social development of rural areas;
3) innovation activities:
development and implementation of modern technologies and biotechnologies, systems of quality and standards of environmental safety, preserving biodiversity, energy conservation, alternative energy in agriculture, forestry, park gardening and fisheries, as well as in storage, transportation and processing of agricultural, food and biotechnological products in compliance with the principles of protection of intellectual property;
development, testing, standardization and implementation of the latest equipment, machinery and agricultural technologies, obtaining biologically valuable and environmentally friendly products, raw materials and food in production sectors of agricultural, forestry, water management and natural complexes;
implementation of international standards and compliance with bioethics in the diagnosis, prevention, treatment and maintenance of health of animals and plants;
determining the quality, safety and compliance with international requirements for standardization, certification and licensing of agro-industrial, food and biological resources;
monitoring, forecasting and modelling sustainable development of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems using modern technology of environmental management and restoration of rural areas;
providing information and advisory services that meet the needs of agricultural producers and the public in implementing modern mechanisms of control systems in the field of socio-economic, land, legal development and public policy in the agricultural and environmental sectors;
4) the activities of the University as a research institution include:
ensuring integration of educational, research, scientific and innovation activities as a way to improve the level of training and accelerate the introduction of scientific and technological progress in agricultural and environmental sectors through participation in the development of state fundamental and applied programs and cooperation with enterprises;
establishment of university research and innovation centres (research institutes, education and research centres, education, research and production centres and education and production centres, etc.) that aim at solving fundamental problems and applied scientific and industrial issues. Expanding cooperation with the National Academy of Sciences, Ukrainian Academy of Agricultural Sciences and other industrial academies of sciences of Ukraine, as well as with foreign academic institutions;
development of pilot projects and establishment of experimental enterprises on producing competitive products, developing new technologies, materials and machinery, introducing them in the fields of agriculture, forestry, water management and processing industry in accordance with national and international standards;
integration of the research activities of the University with the leading world universities (implementation of joint research projects, conducting conferences, symposia, exhibitions, student competitions, obtaining patents, publication of joint scientific and educational papers (books, monographs, manuals, guidelines, etc.), creation of educational, scientific and methodological electronic database, use of modern information and communication systems in agricultural and environmental sectors);
development and implementation of new technologies for high-quality, safe and competitive agricultural, forestry, fishery and food products. Ensuring state and arbitral independent examination of quality and safety of agricultural and food products and the environment in accordance with international and national standards;
training master students in accordance with the latest programs that ensure specialization in the most relevant industrial, research, educational and scientific innovation fields and are based on modern achievements of science and technology and international standards for environmental management, as well as indicators of quality and safety of products and the environment, which will provide them with jobs and improve skills development.
According to the Decree of the President of Ukraine on 14th of December 2000 No. 1338 “Issue of National Agrarian University”, the University is self-governing (autonomous) state higher educational establishment.
Self-government (autonomy) of the University in accordance with its Statute means:
1) the right of the University to make independent decisions and take certain actions within its competence in academic, educational, scientific, research, industrial and economic activities;
2) financing from the funds provided by a separate paragraph in the State Budget of Ukraine in accordance with individual standards determined by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.
3) that individual standards of funding and salary paying do not apply to the manufacturing sector of the structural units that make up the University as legal entities, as well as the higher educational establishments of I - III accreditation levels (schools, colleges, institutes);
4) independent determining of organisation forms and salary amounts of employees, procedure for using funds from extrabudgetary sources, including the share for the salary and incentive compensation;
5) independent use of the property transferred to the University for operational management, including conducting economic activities, letting the property on lease without foreclosure;
6) permanent and free use of land apportioned to the University with the right to let it on temporary use, including lease;
7) conducting other activities on the basis of direct contractual relations, agreements and contracts;
8) the right to be a founder of entities of any form of property (using the funds of the special fund of state budget);
9) the right to establish and terminate operation of structural units that the University consists of, including separated subdivisions, and receive property of other entities;
10) the right to conduct joint activities and cooperate on the basis of agreements with other universities, companies, institutions and organizations in accordance with legislation.
The population of all Ukrainian cities with more than 20,000 inhabitants according to census results and latest official estimates.
|Alčėvs'k (Kommunarsk) [Alchevsk]||Алчевськ||LUH||119,756||125,502||119,193||113,002||110,474|
|Armjans'k (Armensk) [Armiansk]||Армянськ (Армянск)||KRY||20,650||24,833||23,869||22,592||22,286|
|Bila Cėrkva [Bila Tserkva]||Біла Церква||KYI||151,318||196,878||200,131||209,396||211,205|
|Evpatorija (Gözleve) [Yevpatoria]||Євпаторія (Евпатория)||KRY||93,281||107,792||105,915||106,698||107,040|
|Fėodosija [Feodosiya]||Феодосія (Феодосия)||KRY||76,402||83,912||74,669||70,043||69,040|
|Inhulec'||Інгулець||DNI||34,749||38,044||38,986||Kryvyj Rih||Kryvyj Rih|
|Kėrč [Kerch]||Керч (Керчь)||KRY||166,827||174,365||157,007||146,516||144,626|
|Krasnyj Liman [Krasnyi Lyman]||Красний Лиман||DON||31,755||31,192||28,172||22,969||22,409|
|Krasnyj Luč [Krasnyi Luch]||Красний Луч||LUH||105,946||113,278||94,875||84,036||82,228|
|Kryvyj Rih||Кривий Ріг||DNI||650,113||713,059||668,980||665,080||652,137|
|Nova Kachovka [Nova Kakhovka]||Нова Каховка||CHE||52,325||56,549||52,137||48,298||47,638|
|Novyj Rozdil||Новий Розділ||LVI||22,077||29,159||28,227||28,554||28,875|
|Simfėropol' (Akmescid)||Сімферополь (Симферополь)||KRY||301,505||343,565||343,644||336,330||338,319|
|Žovti Vody [Zhovti Vody]||Жовті Води||DNI||51,653||61,690||53,582||48,032||47,284|
|State University of Communication||Kyiv|
|Dragomanov National Pedagogical University||Kyiv|
|National Technical University "Kyiv Polytechnical Institute"||Kyiv|
|National University of Food Technologies||Kyiv|
|Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics||Kyiv|
|National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy||Kyiv|
|State Academy Of Statistics, Accounting And Audit (Sasaa)||Kyiv|
|Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University||Kyiv|
|Vadym Hetman Kyiv National Economic University||Kyiv|
|Kyiv National Linguistic University||Kyiv|
|National University of Art||Kyiv|
|National University of Physical Training and Sport||Kyiv|
|Kyiv National Academy of Constructions and Architecture||Kyiv|
|National Aviation University||Kyiv|
|National Taras Shevchenko University of Kiev||Kyiv|
|National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture||Kyiv|
|National P.I.Tchaikovsky Musical Academy||Kyiv|
|Kyiv State University of Technology and Design||Kyiv|
|National O.O. Bohomolets Medical University||Kyiv|
|National Agrarian University||Kyiv|
|State Economic - technological Transport University||Kyiv|
|Kyiv State Academy of sea and river transport||Kyiv|
|Kyiv State I.K.Karpenko-Kary Institute of Theatrical Art||Kyiv|
|Kharkiv National Municipal Services Academy||Kharkiv|
|Kharkiv State Medical University||Kharkiv|
|Kharkiv State Technical University Of Agriculture||Kharkiv|
|Academy of Civil Defence of Ukraine||Kharkiv|
|Kharkiv National Road-Transport University||Kharkiv|
|Kharkiv National aerospace university||Kharkiv|
|Kharkiv State Academy Of Railway Transport||Kharkiv|
|National University of Pharmacy||Kharkiv|
|Kharkiv State University of Food Technology and Trade||Kharkiv|
|Kharkiv Karazin National University||Kharkiv|
|National Technical University "Kharkiv polytechnical Institute"||Kharkiv|
|Kharkiv State Institute Of Physical Culture||Kharkiv|
|Kharkiv I.P.Kotlyarevsky Institute Of Arts||Kharkiv|
|The Kharkov State Academy of Design and Arts||Kharkiv|
|Kharkiv State Zooveterinary Academy||Kharkiv|
|Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics||Kharkiv|
|Kharkiv State Technical University of Construction and Architecture||Kharkiv|
|Ukrainian State University Of Chemical Engineering||Dnipropetrovsk|
|Dnepropetrovsk State University||Dnipropetrovsk|
|National mining university||Dnipropetrovsk|
|Dnipropetrovsk Conservatory named after M.Glinka||Dnipropetrovsk|
|Dnipropetrovsk State Financial Academy||Dnipropetrovsk|
|State Academy Of Civil Engineering And Architecture||Dnipropetrovsk|
|Ukrainian Academy of Customs||Dnipropetrovsk|
|Dnipropetrovsk State Institute Of Physical Culture And Sports||Dnipropetrovsk|
|Dnipropetrovsk State Agrarian University||Dnipropetrovsk|
|Dnipropetrovsk State Medical Academy||Dnipropetrovsk|
|National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine||Dnipropetrovsk|
|Dnipropetrovsk state technical university of railway transport||Dnipropetrovsk|
|Dnipropetrovsk technical university||Dnipropetrovsk|
|Donetsk State Institute Of Physical Training And Sports||Donetsk|
|Donetsk State Technical University||Donetsk|
|Donetsk State S.S.Prokofyev Conservatory||Donetsk|
|Priazov State Technical University||Donetsk|
|Donetsk Road-Transport Institute||Donetsk|
|Mariupol State Humanities University||Donetsk|
|Donetsk National University of Economics and Trade after M. Tugan-Baranovsky||Donetsk|
|Tavria State Agrarian University||Donetsk|
|Donetsk National Technical University (Gorlivka)||Donetsk|
|M.Gorky Donetsk State Medical University||Donetsk|
|Donetsk National University||Donetsk|
|Donetsk State University of Management (DonSUM)||Donetsk|
|Donbas National Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture||Donetsk|
|Azov Regional Management Institute of Zaporizhya National Technical University (ARIU ZNTU)||Donetsk|
|State University of Informatics and Artificial Intelligence||Donetsk|
|Donetsk State Mechanical Engineering Academy||Donetsk|
|South Ukrainian State Pedagogical University||Odesa|
|Odessa State Polytechnic University||Odesa|
|Odessa State Maritime University||Odesa|
|Odessa State Economics University||Odesa|
|Odesa State Institute Of Measurement Technology||Odesa|
|Odessa State Medical University||Odesa|
|Odesa state academy of civil engineering and architecture||Odesa|
|Odesa State I.I.Mechnikov University||Odesa|
|Odesa State Music Academy named after Nezhdanova||Odesa|
|Odesa National Maritime Academy||Odesa|
|Odesa State Academy of Food Technologies||Odesa|
|Odessa State Environmental University||Odesa|
|Odesa state academy of refrigeration||Odesa|
|Odesa State Agrarian University||Odesa|
|Odessa National Academy of Telecommunications named after O.S.Popov||Odesa|
|Zaporizhzhya National Technical University||Zaporizhzhya|
|Zaporozhia State Engineering Academy||Zaporizhzhya|
|Zaporozhia State Medical University||Zaporizhzhya|
|Zaporizhzhya National University||Zaporizhzhya|
|Lviv Gzhytsky Academy of Veterinary medicine||Lviv|
|Lviv State Ivan Franco University||Lviv|
|National University "Lviv Polytechnics"||Lviv|
|Lviv National Academy of Art||Lviv|
|Uukrainian Academy of printing||Lviv|
|Uukrainian state technical university of forestry||Lviv|
|Danylo Halytsky Lviv State Medical University||Lviv|
|Lviv National M.V.Lysenko Music Academy||Lviv|
|Lviv State Agricultural university||Lviv|
|Lviv State University of Safety||Lviv|
|Mykolayiv State Agrarian University||Mykolaiv|
|Mykolayiv Polytechnical Institute||Mykolaiv|
|National Shipbuilding University named after admiral Makarov||Mykolaiv|
|Mykolayiv State University||Mykolaiv|
|Petro Mohyla Mykolayiv State University||Mykolaiv|
|East-Ukrainian National University named after V. Dahl||Lugansk|
|Lugansk National Agrarian University||Lugansk|
|Donbas National Technical University||Lugansk|
|Lugansk State Medical University||Lugansk|
|Vinnytsia State Medical University named after M.I.Pirogov||Vinnytsya|
|Vinnytsia Institute of Trade and Economics||Vinnytsya|
|Vinnytsya state technical university||Vinnytsya|
|Vinnytsya State Pedagogical University||Vinnytsya|
|Kherson state university||Kherson|
|Kherson State Agrarian University||Kherson|
|Kherson state technical university||Kherson|
|National Academy Environmental Building||Simferopol|
|Crimean State Humanitarian University||Simferopol|
|Crimean University of Culture and Tourism||Simferopol|
|Crimean State Medical University Named after S.I.Georgievsky||Simferopol|
|Crimean Engineering-pedagogical University||Simferopol|
|Tavrical National V.Vernadsky University||Simferopol|
|Kremenchuk M. Ostrogradskiy State Polytechnical University||Poltava|
|Poltava national technical university||Poltava|
|Poltava National Agrarian Academy||Poltava|
|Poltava State Pedagogical University||Poltava|
|Cherkasy State Bogdan Khmelnytsky University||Cherkasy|
|Cherkasy State Technological University||Cherkasy|
|Chernigiv State Technological University||Chernigiv|
|Chernigiv State Pedagogical University||Chernigiv|
|Sumy National Agrarian University||Sumy|
|Sumy State University||Sumy|
|Zhytomyr I.Franko State university||Zhytomyr|
|Zhytomyr engineering technological institute||Zhytomyr|
|Kirovograd State Technical University||Kirovograd|
|Kirovograd State Pedagogical University||Kirovograd|
|State Air Academy of Ukraine||Kirovograd|
|State Agrarian and Engineering University in Podilya||Khmelnytsky|
|Khmelnytsky national university||Khmelnytsky|
|Cchernivtsi state Y.Fedkovytch university||Chernivtsi|
|Bukovinian State Medical University||Chernivtsi|
|Ostroh Academy National University||Rivne|
|Rivne State Humanities University||Rivne|
|National University of Water management and Nature resources use||Rivne|
|Ivano-Frankivsk State Medical Academy||Ivano-Frankivsk|
|Ivano-Frankivsk State technical university of oil and gas||Ivano-Frankivsk|
|Precarpathian Vasyl Stefanyk university||Ivano-Frankivsk|
|Ternopil State Horbachevsky Medical University||Ternopil|
|Ternopil State Technical University||Ternopil|
|Volyn state Lesya Ukrainka university||Lutsk|
|Lutsk State Technical University||Lutsk|
|Uzhgorod National University||Uzhgorod|
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FIRST STEP TO STUDY IN UKRAINE IS TO APPLY FOR AN INVITATION,TO GET AN INVITATION LETTER,WE REQUIRE THE FOLLOWING
• Full Name
• Desired course
• Date of Birth
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St. Krushelnetskoi 18
CENTER FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL SKILLS & PERSONNEL'S RE TRAININGCIVIL AVIATION FACULTIES
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONPEDAGOGICAL FACULTIESFOOD TECHNOLOGIESAGRARIAN FACULTIESTECHNOLOFICAL FACULTIES
Obstetrics and Gynecology (1)
General Pediatrics Infectious Diseases
Pediatrics with Nursing
Immunology and Allergology
Endocrinology and Clinical Pharmacology
Biology with Parasitology and Genetics
Cell Biology, Histology and Embryology
Social Medicine and Public Health
Civil Defence and Military Services
Psychaitry and Medical Psychology
Surgical Dentistry and Maxillofacial Surgery
Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases
Internal Medicine With Physiotherapy
Technology of drugs and Bio-pharmacy
Toxicological and Analytical Chemistry
Pharmacology and Organic Chemistry
Inorganic and General Chemistry
Pharmacognosy and Botany
Anesthesiology and Intensive Care
Skin and Veneral Diseases
Pharmacy Organisation and Economy with a Course of Medicine Technology FPE
Pediatrics and Nenatology
Psychiatry and Psychotherapy
Nuclear Medicine FPE
Therapeutic Dentistry FPE
Rehabilitation and Non-Traditional Medicine
Maxillofacial Surgery FPE
Faculty sea ship navigation
Faculty ship navigation and operation of the specialized courts
Ship mechanical faculty
Faculty of radio electronics
Faculty on job with the foreign cadets
Exploitation of Minerals
Mining Electrical Engineering and automation
Mining and Lifting devices
Mining Hydro-lifting Devices and Hydraulics
Geo-informatics and geodesy
Technology and Machinary in Geologic Prospecting
The Metalcuting Tools and Instruments
The Basics of Machine Designing
Mechanical Equipment of Ferrous Metallurgy Plants
Resistance of Materials
Metal-cutting Machine Tools & Systems (M)
Technology of Machine-building (D)
Technology of Machine-building (M)
Welding Technology & Equipment (D)
Electrical Supply for Industrial Cities
Electric Drive and Automation of Industrial Devices
Electrical Systems and Networks
Theoretical Basics of Electrical Engineering (M)
General Electrical Engineering
Ore Thermal Processes and Low Waste Technology
Electrical metallurgy and Converter Production
Technical Heating Physics
Pressure Metals Processing
Industrial Heat-and power Engineering
Physical Materials Science
Physical & Biomedical Electronics (B)
Physical & Biomedical Electronics (D)
Physical & Biomedical Electronics (M)
Plastic Metal Working (B)
Plastic Metal Working (D)
Chemical Production Machines and Apparatuses
Non-organic Matters Technology
Physical and Organic Chemistry
Chemical Technology of Solid Fuel
Economics and Marketing
Accounting and Audit
International Business Department
Economics and Management of Enterprise
Finances and Credit
Automated Systems of Control
Software for Automated Systems (M)
Applied mathematics and informatics
Calculus Mathematics and Programming
Information Systems and Technologies
Computer Engineering (B)
Computer Systems and Networks (D)
Computer Systems and Networks (M)
Electronic Systems (D)
Equipment for Light Industry & Consumer Services (D)
Equipment for Light Industry & Consumer Services (M)
Navigation & Air Traffic Control (CandSc)
Theory & Teaching Methods of Vocational Training (CandSc)
Accounting, Activity Analysis & Audit (CandSc)
Automation of Technological Processes (CandSc)
Informatics, Computers & Automatics. Control Systems & Processes (CandSc)
Technology of Machine-building. Dynamics & Strength of Machines (CandSc)
The German Engineering Faculty
The French Engineering Faculty
The Department of Culture
Ukrainian and Russian departments
Humanitarian Research Laboratory
Educational TV Laboratory
Aircraft Flight Operation (Pilot)
Aircraft Operation (D)
Manufacturing, Maintenance & Repair of Aircrafts & Aircraft Engines (D)
Airport Equipment & Technologies (D)
Air Navigation Service Systems (D)
Air Transport Operation & Management (D)
Aircraft Equipment (D)
Airplanes & Helicopters (D)
Biotechnical & Medical Equipment & Systems (D)
Electro technical Systems of Power Consumption (D)
Light Engineering & Sources of Light (D)
Manufacturing, Maintenance & Repair of Aircrafts & Aircraft Engines (D)
Monitoring & Measuring Systems (D)
Motorways & Aerodromes (D)
Organization Management (D)
Radio Communication, Broadcasting & TV Devices (D)
Radio Electronic Devices, Systems & Complexes (D)
Security & Automated Processing of Restricted Access Information (D)
Software for Automated Systems (D)
Transport Operation & Management (D)
Unauthorized Access Prevention Systems (D)
Architectural Medium Design
Monumental Decorative Art
Municipal Construction and Economy
Industrial and Civil Engineering
Building Materials, Articles and Constructions Production
Heat and Gas Supply and Ventilation
Water Supply and Sewerage
Engineering Protection of Environment in Civil Engineering and Building Materials' Production
Highways and Airfields
Real Estate Expertise and Management
Mechanization and Automation of Construction Process
Direction “Civil Engineering”
Bridges and Traffic Tunnels
Life Safety in Force Majeur Circumstances
Marine Oil and Gas Constructions
Energy Supply of Enterprises
Lifting and Transporting, Building and Road Machines and Equipment
Powder Metallurgy, Composite Materials and Coatings
Standardization and Certification
Foreign Economic Activity
Russian Language (D)
Pedagogies & Teaching Methods of Secondary School (Physical Training) (D)
Pedagogies & Teaching Methods of Secondary School (Ukrainian Language & Literature) (D)
Automated Control of Technological Processes (M)
Bread-making, Confectionery, Macaroni & Food Concentrate Technology (M)
Ecology & Environment Protection (M)
Economics & Business Administration (M)
Food Industry Equipment (M)
Organization Management (M)
Technology of Catering (M)
Technology of Fermentation & Wine-making (M)
Technology of Fish Storage, Canning & Processing (M)
Technology of Fruits & Vegetables Storage, Canning & Processing (M)
Technology of Grain Storage & Processing (M)
Technology of Meat Storage, Canning & Processing (M)
Technology of Milk Storage, Canning & Processing (M)
Horticulture & Viticulture
International Economic Management
Technology of Fruits & Vegetables Storage, Canning & Processing
Computer Science. Software for Automated Systems (B,D,M)
Mechanical Engineering. Technology of Machine-building. Metal-cutting Tools (B,D,M)
At the preparatory course students study Russian/Ukrainian language and the special disciplines required depend on the future specialty chosen (i.e. Science, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Geography, History, and Literature).
The Faculty consists of two departments:
Department of language training teaches students in Ukrainian or Russian.
Department of sciences facilitates pre-university training in such disciplines as mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, etc.
On successful passing the examination of Preparatory course, the student receives the Certificate of the Preparatory Faculty for further studies at the Medical, Engineering, Aviation/ Flight School, Economic, Maritime & Environmental universities in Russian/ Ukrainian.
Studying in Ukrainian/Russian Medium is much cheaper than studying in English.
-A copy of your international passport
-A copy of your school leaving certificate ( Certificate of O level/A level /SSCE/ HSSCE/ WAEC/ NECO/Bachelor/Master’s )
-A filled application form
Costs are: Invitation Letter 300 USD, Courier Charges 50 USD, Bank transaction charges 25 USD, Total: USD 375
You can send us the documents via our email address which is: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can transfer the payments to us by bank transfer or by Western Union/Money Gram or any available payment method. After receiving documents and payment, we shall send you the Invitation Letter to your postal address.
PG Medicine Specialization
Postgraduates are taught in English and Russian according to the programs and curriculam approved by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine. We take into consideration & peculiarities of public health services of the state trainees come from. The duration of the post graduate courses are 2-3 years.
The main objective of the postgraduate training is to allow the students of medical institutions to continue their education and general practitioners to improve their skills for further certification. The Medical faculties together with its teaching hospitals and other health organizations, will provide the necessary physical and human resources to create a scholarly environment appropriate for the training of medical graduates so that they acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes to become accomplished physicians and surgeons with the highest moral and ethical standards.
The individual form of training is based on qualification characteristics, professional and position requirements, principles of realized perspective and doctor’s pretensions. Detailed theoretical training is combined with learning practical skills, operative technique, and typical and complex operations.
To maintain its international role, the Medical Faculties intends by means of contractual arrangements with foreign countries, universities, and hospitals to train residents from other countries in its postgraduate training programs who will return to their home country upon completion of their training.
Please feel free to write us anytime for admission consultation
Requirements: If you want to apply NOW, Kindly forward us high quality clear scanned copies of following documents, in reply to this email(email@example.com) In order to get admission to study in the Ukraine you must apply for an Invitation Letter. You can apply online or download and fill in the form and include the following details: • Full Name • Desired course • Desired university-We’ll help you choose the most suitable university for you. • Nationality • Date of Birth • Passport No • Permanent address • Telephone contact no • Email address • A high quality scanned copy of your passport • Educational documents available ( Certificate of O level/A level /SSCE/ HSSCE/Bachelor/Master’s ) All the above should be sent on mail(firstname.lastname@example.org) Duration: 3 years with Surgery and 2 years without Surgery
TUITION FEE Package paid on arrival: 6800USD including accommodation and all necessary expenses. INVITATION LETTER PROCESSING FEE, COURIER CHARGES & BANK TRANSACTION FEE paid from your country: 375$US NOTE
Embassies of Ukraine accept documents of PG/ Master's or PhD level students all the year, and grant visa to deserving students.
The students can continue their PG/ Master's or PhD level in all programs like Medicine, Engineering, Aviation, Economics, Management, Administration, Civil Engineering and many more programs available at Bachelor Level
The study is conducted mostly in Russian, Ukrainian or in English medium.
TUITION FEE Package paid on arrival: 5500USD including accommodation and all necessary expenses. INVITATION LETTER PROCESSING FEE, COURIER CHARGES & BANK TRANSACTION FEE paid from your country: 375$US
Kindly forward documents using all following email email@example.com