Friday, 4 November 2011

Kharkіv National University of Economics-Ukraine

        Maybe each of you now know that Kharkіv State Economic University (KSUE) is one of the leading institutions of higher education in Ukraine's economic rights. Our university was founded October 22, 1930 on the basis of the School of Industrial Kharkіv Institute of National Economy.

Today we can say with confidence that during 70 years of its existence, the University has extensive experience in training highly qualified specialists in economics, technology and management of the national economy of the country. The University has also enriched the science of Ukraine with the basic research in the field of priority trends of the economy that has contributed greatly to the development of national economy.

Like most institutions of higher education, KSUE performed at various stages of training of specialists of the following levels: Bachelor, Specialist, Master. The University uses the technology of continuing education including pre-higher education, higher education courses and graduate students.

Today, our universities to train experts in 15 specialties and currently has 9500 students and courses, 187 graduates and seven people working on their doctorate. KSUE structurally composed of faculty and departments, which is higher than traditional schools in this country. It has 8 faculties and 31 departments of 520 teachers (including 9 academicians, 44 doctors, professors, and 279 Cand. Science and assistant professor).

It is worth mentioning that the educational and scientific potential of the university, not only to provide training of highly qualified specialists for the national economy of Ukraine and other countries in the world, but also provides reliable pre- for the successful development of the university. Education and training of our university is fully in the state and international standards. They include four teaching buildings, teaching labs, a computer center (230 PC) with direct access to the Internet, a science library with 340,000 volumes, and a publishing center. It goes without saying that the residence halls, cafes and refreshment rooms for 600 seats, stadiums, etc.

Harmonious development of personality is the highest social value, as the mission of our university is to provide such a development for its students and to train highly qualified specialists for the national economy.


Location and time zone

Ukraine is between 44 and 52 degrees latitude in the continental climate of Eastern Europe and has an area of ​​603 000 km2. It is bordered by Belarus to the north, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Moldova to the west and Russia to the east. Ukraine's time zone is 2 hours ahead of London, seven hours ahead of New York, 10 hours ahead of Los Angeles, and 3 hours and 40 minutes behind Kathmandu.


Ukraine is mostly flat or hilly March only for Ukraine's Crimean peninsula in the far south (which rises to 1500 meters) and the far west (the Carpathian Mountains rises 2,000 meters). The highest peaks of the Carpathians ("Hoverla" at 2061 meters, and others) are sterile and alpine skiing. Ukraine has many rivers - Dnipro (Dnieper), Pivdennyy OTP ("Southern OTP"), Dnister, Donets Siverskyy, Desna, Dunay (Danube), and many others - and its southern border is washed into the Black Sea, which links the Mediterranean via Turkey.


Annual rainfall varies from 350 mm semi-arid parts of the Crimea and the southern more than 1500 mm in height, the slopes of the Carpathians. 90 percent of Ukraine shall be between 450 and 700 mm per year, making it ideal for agriculture. Hours of sunshine per year between 1600 and 2400, with the exception of the misty peaks of the Carpathians. 90 percent of snow in Ukraine between 40 and 100 days a year. Surface water temperature in the Black Sea in summer are between 18 and 24 ° C (64.4 to 75.2 ° F).

Temperatures, and the best time to visit Ukraine

Average temperatures in January vary from 0 degrees (32 ° F), the southern Crimean coast of -8 ° C (17.6 ° F) is the north-east to the border with Russia, and 18 (64, 4 ° F) and 23 ° C (73.4 ° F) in July. Ideal for the summer season to visit is mid-April until June, when everything is in bloom and the sun is not too hot, and in September and early October, when temperatures are ideal and the leaves are changing. Almost all of Ukraine to prepare the heat, thunderstorms and brief downpours in July and August, often in the rain at the end of October and November and the snow from December to March. Fall colors usually reaches a peak between 10 and 20-25 are the most beautiful in the Crimea and the Carpathians.


About half of Ukraine is covered in chernozem soil (fertile "black earth"), which corresponds roughly to the steppe region (long and short-grass prairies with occasional Woods). Ukraine is famous for the historic "success story in Europe." This is a strip of pine forest and deciduous forest (part of a lot of radiation from Chernobyl), after Woods broadleafed runs north-west of Ukraine. In particular, the landscape is misty Carpathian needle-leaf forests and a diverse and unusual vegetation Crimea.


Cook the cold water tap, as hot water undergoes less processing. You should drink boiled water or bottled or filtered water. Many neighborhoods have no public wells, with an adjustment of water to drink. Radiation levels are expected to return to relatively safe levels around the largest part of Ukraine, although the official information on the subject sometimes seems strangely rare. Air quality in cities and towns may be poor, in particular, without the application of automobile pollution standards. However, there are areas in each city where the air is excellent (the author happens to live in) and rural Ukraine wonderful fresh air.

Ukraine's population

Ukraine has five cities with one million inhabitants or more: Kiev (2.6 million), Kharkiv (1.5 million), Donetsk (1.1 million), Dnipropetrovsk (1.1 million) and Odessa ( 1.0000000.) western Ukraine has more densely populated rural areas, but its largest city of Lviv, has only 790,000 inhabitants. Life expectancy for men is about 60-65 years and women 70-75 years. Low male life expectancy is primarily related to alcohol and drug use and accidents. Ukraine has one of the highest ratios of women to men in the world. The population dropped from several million dollars since 1990 due to emigration and low birth rates, both because of economic instability. Now that the situation improves.

Ethnic composition

In the pre-war and pre-Soviet Ukraine was a little more ethnically diverse. Today, the largest ethnic minority are Russians (15-22%). The gap between the Russians and Ukrainians, however, is often blurred, and the friction between the two groups is minimal. There are people who identify themselves as Ukrainians, but prefer to speak Russian and Ukrainian Russians prefer. There is a growing population of the Crimean Tatars that Stalin had exiled to Central Asia at some point. In addition to the above groups, large cities have a growing number of young foreign students, including Asian and Arab countries, and the merchants of Turkey and China. But in general, Ukraine is ethnically homogeneous.

Fee structure;

Tuition fee is from  2500$ USD per year (English medium)
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