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V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University

V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University is one of the oldest universities in Eastern Europe. It was founded in 1804, on the initiative of the prominent educator V.N. Karazin and in accordance with the charter of Tsar Alexander I. The University is the only institution 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. 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.

The University is located in Kharkiv. The activities of the University have developed Kharkiv city into a major industrial, scientific and cultural center. Many Kharkiv streets are named after professors, researches and alumni of the University.

Since its foundation, the University has graduated over 130,000 students. The names of the 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). In total University amounts to about 12,000 undergraduate and graduate students and about 400 postgraduate students. The University employs up to 1,500 teaching and academic staff, including more than 200 Doctors of Sciences, Professors, and almost 800 PhDs. 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.

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 University is one of the largest research centers in Ukraine. It covers 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 faculties 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, research guides, more than 2,000 articles and abstracts, regularly holding numerous 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.

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; the University is a member of 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 celebrated the 200th anniversary of existence.

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 paleo-types, and books by classical writers and scholars published in their lifetime).

• General medicine (English/Russian Medium)
• Nuclear Physics (English/Russian Medium)
• Applied Economics (English/Russian Medium)
• Post Graduate Faculty
• Preparatory Department


Abbreviation KNU
Accreditation Level IV
Status State
Established 1804
Students trained 15000+
International Students 8000


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Ukrainian National University of Pharmacy Kharkov

• Pharmacy (English/Russian Medium)
• Clinical Pharmacy (English/Russian Medium)
• Perfumery and Cosmetic Technology (English/Russian Medium)
• Industrial Pharmacy (English/Russian Medium)
• Management in Production Sphere (English/Russian Medium)
• Economy of Enterprises (English/Russian Medium)
• Marketing (English/Russian Medium)
• Post Graduate Faculty
• Preparatory Department

The history of pharmaceutical education in Ukraine starts in 1805 when the department of pharmacy and medical literature began to train pharmacists.
1812 – on the basis of the pharmaceutical department of the medical faculty of the Kharkiv University the first pharmaceutical laboratory was organized.
1921 – Kharkiv Pharmaceutical Institute was opened.
1992 – Ukrainian Academy of Pharmacy.
1999 – Ukrainian National Academy of Pharmacy.
2002 – National University of Pharmacy

Kharkiv is situated in the north-eastern part of Ukraine. It is the second largest city in Ukraine.
Kharkiv is a major cultural, scientific, educational, transport and industrial center.
The city is also known as a center of the historical and geographical region of the country, called Sloboda Ukraine. Soviet Ukraine’s first capital resided in Kharkiv. Our city celebrated its 350 anniversary in 2004.
The city occupies a total area of 306 sq. km. Its population is 1456 thousand people. Nowadays there are 2700 streets, squares, alleys in Kharkiv.
The longest street of the city is Sumskaya, Moscow Avenue (about 20 km) and the largest square is Freedom Square, it is one of the largest squares not only in Europe but also in the world. There are 60 scientific and research institutes, 8 museums, galleries, 7 theatres, 80 libraries in Kharkiv.

The National University of Pharmacy (NUPh) has prepared more than 20,000 pharmacists, more than 300 engineers-technologists of the industrial pharmacy & approximately 4,000 specialists for 84 countries of the world.
UNAPh prepares specialists for:
Pharmacies, Pharmaceutical firms and Plants;
Clinics, Hospitals and other Medical Establishments;
The University has reached great successes in highly skilled specialists training for Ukrainian and abroad field of pharmacy.

It has a strength of 625, among which– 67 Doctors of Sciences, professors and more than 350 candidates of sciences, assistant professors.
The study process at the University is provided by 650 lecturers, including 10 academicians, 11 Honored Workers of science and technique of Ukraine.

The National University of Pharmacy has great experience in skilled specialists training for Europe, Asia and Africa. NUPh has trained foreign students since 1962..
Today the National University of Pharmacy is a center of international pharmaceutical education which has taught over 5000 Masters in Pharmacy from 88 countries of the world.
The number of foreign students is above 1600.
Every year we congratulate more than 500 students from different countries with the entry to the international students’ family of the Faculty for Foreign Citizens’ education.

In the National Pharmaceutical University, the structure of which includes college has five hostels located in different areas of the city, connected by a single urban transport structure (metro, tram, trolley). Amount of places to stay in hostels NUPh 2066 h / m. System of hostels arranged well from European standards to modern and comfortable hostels.

University facilities:
• educational and production area: 141000 sq.m.
• 10 academic buildings
• 6 hostels
• NUPh botanical garden: 9000 sq.m.
• research field

• cable television
• language labs with application of intensive technologies
• 38 computer classrooms
• modern equipment
• hi-tech devices
• Scientific Library
• more than 600 000 volumes of educational and scientific literature
• 8 electronic reading halls
• sports and health complex: 2860 sq. m.
• catering complex for 700 places


Abbreviation UNUPK
Accreditation Level IV
Status State
Established 1805
Students trained 17500
International Students 1600


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Kharkiv Institute of Banking of the University of Banking

• Faculty of banking (Russian Medium)
• Economic Faculty (Russian Medium)
• Post Graduate Faculty
• Preparatory Department

Kharkiv Institute of banking was founded in May 1944 as Kharkiv Accounting and Credit Technical School of the USSR State bank. Since the year 1991, it had become the National Bank of Ukraine property and subhead.

Kharkiv is one of the largest cities in Ukraine. It is also the regional center of the Kharkiv region. Kharkiv was founded in 1654. The population is about 1.5 million people. Kharkiv is a large industrial center of Ukraine. The basis of the productive capacity of the enterprise is high-tech industries like power engineering, electrical engineering, transport and agriculture engineering, instrumentation, electronics, aerospace. Production of many of Kharkiv enterprises is known in the world market, including high technology, such as modern tanks, aircrafts and turbines.

Due to its convenient geographical position, Kharkiv for centuries expanded its economic strength and developed a system of transport communications. Today it is a major transportation hub.

Kharkiv is a city with rich cultural traditions. There are 6 major theaters: the Academic Opera and Ballet Theater of N. Lysenko, the Ukrainian Drama Theatre of T. Shevchenko, the Russian Drama Theatre of A. S. Pushkin, the Theater of Musical Comedy, the Theater for Children and Youth, the puppet theater. In addition, there are a lot of theater groups, theater studios and amateur theaters. Kharkiv boasts a large number of museums, concert halls (including the Hall of Organ and Chamber Music). The city has a lot of libraries. There are more than 6.5 million books and periodicals in funds of the State Scientific Library of Korolenko, among which some are rare and quite unique. The Kharkiv regional philharmonic society holds a Great job of organizing concerts and promotion of musical art. The circus, zoo, dolphins are popular among residents and visitors alike.

Kharkiv is a sports city. It is very conducive for sports and education of future masters and champions.
There are 19 stadiums, 850 sports fields, 363 gyms, 19 pools, 40 tennis courts, and the golf club.

In the course of its existence, the Kharkiv Institute of banking had prepared about 37 thousand specialists. The well-known Ukrainian bank leaders, the banking business managers, professionals who hold different positions in the system of the National Bank of Ukraine, commercial banks and its subsidiaries are among the graduates of the Kharkiv Institute of banking.

All students are provided with a place in a dorm.
Rooms in the dorm are for 2 or 3 persons.
Students can use a kitchen and dining room, have all the conditions for studying and recreation.


Abbreviation KhIBS
Accreditation Level IV
Status State
Established 1944



Odessa National Marine University

• Faculty of Water Transport and Shelf Structures (English / Russian Medium)
• Shipbuilding Faculty (English / Russian Medium)
• Faculty of Port Engineering (English / Russian Medium)
• Marine Engineering Faculty (English / Russian Medium)
• Faculty of Transport Technologies and Systems (English / Russian Medium)
• Faculty of Economics and Management (English / Russian Medium)
• Faculty of Law (English / Russian Medium)
• Post Graduate Faculty
• Preparatory Department

The University began its history in June 1930 as the Odessa Institute of Water Transport Engineers (OIIVT). In 1945, it was renamed the Odessa Institute of Marine Engineers (OIIMF).
Since its foundation, Odessa National Maritime University remains a unique institution with its organizational structure, laborious and glorious history, created by decades of its teachers and alumni achievements.

The City of Odessa is often referred to as “The Pearl of the Black Sea”. Odessa is a beautiful city on the coast of Black Sea that holds a special place in the hearts of Russians and Ukrainians. A visit to Odessa is sure to be unlike a visit to any other city. In contrast to other cities of the former Soviet Union, Odessa is rich in Western European culture. Odessa is known throughout the world for its art and culture and has, what is considered to be, the second most beautiful and important opera house in the world.

The population of Odessa is about 1.1 million. It is a cosmopolitan city with 150,000 tourists each year from all over the world. All of the coasts of Odessa are lined with popular beaches. One of the most popular beaches is Arcadia Beach, which is located about 10 minutes from downtown.

Administrative classroom building – a 9 floor building where the classrooms, administrative offices, departments, museums, Admissions, library and others.
Old school buildings – a 4 floor building where the classrooms, administrative offices, a dean, department, laboratory, research pool, Center for Information Technology, dining, etc.
Laboratory Training Corps – a 5 floor building where the classrooms, administrative offices, a dean office, university departments, laboratory, wind tunnel and others.
Training Corps in the lane. Topolskoho, 4-th – Center for Preparatory youth.
Laboratory SPSU Department EMS and TE.
Sports complex.
Educational workshop.
Pavilion Chair MMT and MNR.
Dormitories – Cases 1, 3-8.
Joinery workshop and tin shop.
Buildings oceanographic laboratory-based aquatic plant.
Buildings Illichivsk College ONMU.

ONMU took part in the following projects: Tempus-Tacis M– JEP – 21224 – 2000 “Mobility Network “Europe – Black Sea”(2000-2004), Tempus-Tacis JEP № 22031/2001 “Training of Specialists in Sea
Transport Management at OSMU” (2002-2005), COMPRIS № GRD 2/2000/30161 (2002-2005), Central European Initiative University Network “Maritime Transport and Infrastructure” – 2008, etc.

Presently Odessa National Maritime University participates in “Development of Common Security Management, Maritime Safety and Ship Pollution Prevention for the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea” Project EuropeAid/127221/C/SER/Multi and Central European Initiative University Network Programme “Trans-Regional Cooperation in Maritime Transport and Sustainable Development”.


Abbreviation ONMU
Accreditation Level IV
Status State
Established 1930
Students trained 5400
International Students 700


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Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics

• Faculty of Computer Sciences (English/Russian Medium)
• Faculty of Computer Engineering and Control (English/Russian Medium)
• Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Management (English/Russian Medium)
• Faculty of Radio-engineering (English/Russian Medium)
• Faculty of Telecommunications and Instrumentation (English/Russian Medium)
• Faculty of Electronic Devices (English/Russian Medium)
• Faculty of Electronic Engineering (English/Russian Medium)
• Post Graduate Faculty
• Preparatory Department

The Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics began its history in 1930 with the establishment of the Kharkiv Institute of Civil Engineering. In 1944 Kharkiv Civil Engineering Institute was transformed into the Kharkiv mining and industrial of the coal industry of the USSR, and in 1947 –into the Kharkiv Mining Institute.

In 1962 Kharkiv Institute of Mines converted into Kharkiv Institute of Mechanical Engineering, Automation and Computer Engineering. The Institute operated under this title until 1966 and then got a new name: the Kharkiv Institute of Radio Electronics (KIRE).

In 1993, the Institute of Radio Electronics is assigned university status, and it is renamed the Kharkiv Technical University of Radio Electronics (KTURE). In 2001, the Kharkiv State University of Radio Electronics acquires the status of national and becomes Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics (KNURE).

Kharkiv is the second largest city in Ukraine with a Population of over 1.5 million people. The city is situated in the north-eastern part of Ukraine, on the border of two landscape belts – forest-steppe and steppe, near the junction of the Lopan and the Udy rivers which flows into the Seversky Donets.

Kharkiv is also called as the City of Students. Due to the number of higher educational institutions and Universities Kharkov ranks first in Ukraine, including one of the best universities of foreign USSR (Kharkiv State University), all-Ukraine famous Law Academy, Aviation Institute. More than 188,000 students, from all around Ukraine and foreign students from 50 countries, come to study at its institutes and universities.

Kharkiv is a very green city. Tourists like this city because of the wonderful parks and squares. The main square in Kharkiv is the biggest in Ukraine and one of the largest in Europe. Historical museums, cathedrals, churches, theaters, exhibitions – there are a lot of interesting places in Kharkiv you will be able to visit.

Kharkiv has much to offer in the cultural and architectural arenas with its wide tree-lined boulevards and historical buildings. Kharkiv is a major industrial center that includes companies specializing in electronics, engineering, aviation, food and chemical production, etc.

The climate in Ukraine is temperate-continental, but for the Crimea where the climate is subtropical. Winter is long, snowy and cold. The average temperature in January is -6 Celsius degrees (21 Fahrenheit degrees). The coldest month is February. Summer is not very hot, the average temperature in July is +19 Celsius degrees (67 Fahrenheit degrees). In July and August, the temperature can raise to +35 - +40 Celsius degrees, but more often it stays at +25 - +30 Celsius degrees. Change of seasons is very distinct in Ukraine, snowy winter, flowering warm springtime, hot
summer and gilded autumn.

There are 12000+ students studying at the University, ~8000 for full-time students, ~4000 study by correspondence, ~200 graduate students.

The University has 682 teachers, there are 254 docents, 101 professors, 333 candidates, 49 doctors among them.

More than 20 years in one of the most prestigious universities in Ukraine – the Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics at the faculty of the academic is working on teaching students from near and far abroad.

According to the decision of the Academic Council of KHIRE of December 27th, 1991 and order of Rector № 01 of January 2nd, 1992 the Preparatory Faculty for Foreign Students (PFFS) was created which started preparing foreign citizens for their further education in Russian and Ukrainian engineering, medical (pharmaceutical), economic and humanitarian higher educational establishments of Ukraine and CIS countries.

2009–Pre-University School for Foreign Citizens was re-organized into the Center of Foreign Citizens Training. Murad A. Omarov, Dr. Sc. (Technology), Professor, first became the Dean and then after reorganization the Head of the School.

The faculty of education of foreign citizens (FOIG)
You will become highly demanded and specialist in the field of modern computer technologies;
You will receive a bachelor’s degree and European standard master’s degree;
You will be able to continue your education at not only our university but also at any university in the world;
You will be able to participate in fun and exciting student festivals and contests, sports tournaments and competitions, acquainted with the culture of Ukraine and the city of Kharkiv;
You will spend unforgettable years in Ukraine and make new friends.

University campus has all the amenities for studying and recreational activities for the students. Students live in comfortable rooms for 2-3 people. The hostels are equipped with gym containing modern equipment, chess clubs, cafes, sports club, “Metalist”, Interclub, student theater, rooms for music lessons, conducting musical evenings and a permanent exhibition to showcase students work.

All the hostels are equipped with a computer network. The University has made sure to create a comfortable environment for the students to live.


Abbreviation KUAF
Accreditation Level IV
Status State
Established 1962
Students trained 12000+
International Students 1800


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