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About Kharkiv National University of Radio and Electronics


Founded in 1930, Kharkiv National University of Radio and Electronics (KHNURE) is one of the oldest schools in Ukraine. It grows dynamically today and its research and educational capabilities in electrical engineering, electronics, telecommunications, information and computer technologies have no equals in Ukraine and the Commonwealth of Independent States.

Today the University is a house for over 12 thousand students majoring in 40 specialties. The school is successful in growing its academia and has a postgraduate program of 250 studentships. Every year about 40 researchers in 28 specialties have their theses passed and attain their Doctorates.

The University partners actively with schools in Great Britain, Finland, France, Germany, the United States and other countries. This boosts the integration of the University into the European and world systems of higher education. A high-priority direction of such partnership is the school’s participation in INTAS, INCO-Copernicus and other fundamental and applied scientific research programs funded by the European Union. The students are actively involved in the research work on the international projects. As a result, KHNURE has adapted a new unified system of education degrees with qualification levels of specialist’s and master’s degrees, which makes it possible for the University to be a part of the common network of technical colleges of the European Union.