Kharkiv National University of Economics founded in 1888 is the greatest provider of economic education in Eastern Ukraine.
The 4th accreditation level entitles the University with the right to train international students for Bachelor and Master degree. The teaching staff contains 722 professors with 53 Doctors of Science and 363 Candidates of Science among them. Since the foundation more than 50 000 specialists in Economics have graduated from the University, both Ukrainians and international students.
The University possesses rather considerable scientific background. Presently there are 7 scientific schools in the University that are headed by leading Ukrainian Professors and Doctors of Science. Kharkiv National University of Economics encourages international relations with more than 50 international schools and associations, goes deeply in cooperation with European education programs and projects worldwide. In the context of the bilateral agreement between Kharkiv National University of Economics and Universite Lumiere Lion 2 (France) the joint French-Ukrainian Master degree program has been functioning on the specialty "Informatics of Decision Making and Statistics" since 2002.
Kharkiv National University of Economics of Economics has been training international students since 1949. Over the time, more than 1,500 specialists from 74 countries of Asia, Africa, Europe and America graduated from the University. 72 of them have gained PhD in Economics. Having proved expertise and well-established traditions, the university provides high-quality training for specialists, allowing them to achieve success in their studies and future work.
• Accreditation IV
• Status State
• Established 1888
• Departments 34
• Teaching staff 722 (53 Doctors of Science, 363 Candidates of Science)
• Students currently studying 10000
• Faculties: Faculty of Economics and Law, Faculty of Economic Informatics, Faculty of Management and Marketing, Faculty of International Economic Relations, Faculty of Accounting and Auditing, Finance Faculty