Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics
The University began as an Engineering and Construction Institute in the year 1930. In 1966 it was renamed to Kharkiv Institute of Radio Electronics due to focusing and specializing in the field of radio engineering. It became a state university in the year 1993 and was conferred the title of Kharkov State Technical University of Radio Electronics.
In 2001, the Kharkiv State University of Radio Electronics acquired the status of a national university due to its great contribution in the field of education and became, what it is currently known as, the Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics (KNURE or as officially abbreviated NURE). It holds the highest accreditation level (IV) of education in Ukraine.
The Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics campus consists of eight hostels. Five of which are located quite near to the metro stations, while 3 are within the premises of the University itself.
The hostels are equipped with facilities like showers, kitchen, and laundry rooms. There are rooms for cultural activities and rooms equipped with sports equipment. The rooms are designed for two, three and four people to stay comfortably.
All hostels are equipped with round-the-clock video surveillance and panic button.
Kharkiv is also known as Kharkov is the second-largest city in Ukraine with an approximate population of 2,139,036.
The climate is humid continental with an average temperature of 26.4 °C during summers and -7 °C. It has relatively long and cold winters.
It is a major cultural, scientific, educational, transport and industrial center of Ukraine, with numerous museums, theatres, and libraries.
The university has 8 faculties and 34 departments. More than 7000 students study at the university in various fields. International students from various countries prefer NURE for higher education. It caters to more than 700 International Students every year.
About one hundred Doctors of Sciences and Professors, three hundred and fifty Ph.D., and associate professors work at the university.
The University has more than 300 scientific publications, including 9 monographs, more than 50 learning books, 65 patents and certificates for inventions.