Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University, Ukraine
Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University is a young university which has already established itself as a reliable educational institution not only for those who wish to obtain high-quality higher education by European standards among Ukrainian audiences, but also among foreign citizens.
The process of entrance for foreigners to study in Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University is based on:
- International agreements with Ukrainian partners;
- National programs;
- Contracts signed with natural and legal persons by the University.
The University accepts foreigners without any restrictions based on race, skin color, political, religious and other beliefs, sex, ethnic or social origin, residence, language or other features.
According to conducted agreements foreign citizens are able to enter Bachelor, Master, PhD candidates Degree programs twice per year until1st of November and until 1st of March. The foreign citizens are also able to be enrolled at training department during the year provided that the group is composed of at least 10 people.
HISTORY OF OUR UNIVERSITY
Our university is one of the youngest in Ukraine. It occupies the geographic location where Mykolaiv port craft school was formed by the Decree of the Emperor in 1862. Since those times there have been educational institutions of various types.
Renaissance of Petro Mohyla University is the Renaissance of Ukrainian culture. On October 15, 1615, Kyiv noble, Halshka Hulevychivna, presented her mansion in Podil, Kyiv to the Ukrainian brotherhood in order to found a monastery, a hospital, and a school. Since then, this date has been celebrated as the day when Kyiv-Mohyla Academy was established.
Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, the first university in Eastern Europe, was founded by St. Peter Mohyla, a prominent figure of the Orthodox Church and reformer of education. Petro Mohyla (1596-1647), one of the founders of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, was a prominent religious, cultural, and educational activist. During Renaissance times he formed the citizenship status of national languages and strived for Ukrainian education to become equal with the European level. Above all else, Petro Mohyla’s educational activity was aimed at raising national consciousness. The educational institution received the status of Academy in 1658. Since then, this institution has educated many prominent figures of Ukrainian science, culture, and religion.
Subsequently, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy was closed in 1817 because of a decision made by the Holy Synod of the Russian Empire. In 1819 Kyiv Theological Academy was opened and functioned until 1918. It was not until September 19, 1991, that the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine signed instruction “On the revival of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy on its historical territory as the University of” kyiv-Mohyla Academy (UKMA). ”
The official re-opening of the University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” took place on August 24, 1992. The academy was restored as a secular educational institution and became a symbol of rebirth for Ukraine’s independence.
In 1994, the university acquired the national status. Patron of the National University “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” is the President of Ukraine. In the early years, the main University in Kiev exemplified the possibility of creating a Ukrainian university open to the achievements of Western education. To this day, we continue to follow this tradition.
Revival of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, in 1992, allowed hope to disseminate among patriotic citizens of Ukraine because it displayed the establishment of progressive higher educational institutions. The first years of the university demonstrated convincingly that Ukraine can rapidly create a school that combines the best features of higher education from the Soviet times along with the achievements of leading Western countries. The model of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” has become a reference point for the creation of new schools in various regions of Ukraine.
On October 23, 1995, the representatives of local authorities, institutions, media, and other organizers had a meeting in the building of Mykolaiv current branch. All the participants supported the idea of establishing a new higher education institution in Mykolaiv. Its concept was prepared by Professor SM Solovyov.
The work started with the development of the normative base. The business-plan was accomplished by OP Meshchaninov, marketing strategies by GL Nord, and technological and financial calculations by MM Chorniy. All the work was done on a volunteer base. VV Dragomirov, VM Bandura, YA Batrack, YY Verlanov and OM Trunov also joined the team in January-March.
On January 17, 1996, the Academic Council of NaUKMA considered the question of a new university branch in Mykolayiv. LP Klimenko, OP Meshchaninov and VV Dragomirov presented the project. The Academic Council unanimously approved the business-plan for the creation of the new branch and its statutes. In accordance with the resolution of the Academic Council, the president of NaUKMA issued the order dated from January 17, 1996 concerning the foundation of the branch and appointed LP Klimenko to the position of Rector. On March 31, the executive committee officially registered the new university.
The licensing process was launched and all the necessary documentation was prepared in order to create the new branch which was approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine. The Deans of faculties YA Batrack, YY Verlanov and VV Dobrowolskiy also did a lot of work. VM Emelyanov provided the great assistance in licensing and the adoption of resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine. On June 13, 1996, the State Attestation Committee made a decision to issue licenses for Economics, Computer Sciences, and Environmental Science to Mykolaiv branch of NaUKMA for 175 students.
On July 3, 1996, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine enacted order № 712 concerning the foundation of Mykolaiv branch of NaUKMA, Mykolayiv Collegiumn NaUKMA, and the development of the regional program “Mykolaiv Educational National and Cultural Complex”. The process of organizational establishment of the branch was finally finished. Entry testing began on July 14.
Inauguration of Mykolaiv branch took place on August 30. Mykolaiv Ukrainian Drama and Musical Comedy Theatre developed a special program for the student initiation and the director of the theatre M. Berson as well as the main producer O. Ignatiev personally took part in the play.
From 1996-1998 the university succeeded in creating adequate learning conditions for the educational process to take place. The rooms were renovated, heating systems began to function, furniture for the offices and lecture-rooms was purchased, as well as textbooks and study guides for future students. The physics, chemistry, ecology, and electrical technology laboratories were also installed.
Renovations continued as the gym was repaired and three computer classes were provided with state-of-the-art equipment. All the computers were then networked and connected to the Internet. Printing equipment was also purchased, and the editorial and publishing department was created.
In 2000 the first bachelors of the following specialties graduated:
* Intellectual Systems of Decision-Making
* Environmental Science
* Political Sciences
This made it possible to obtain accreditation in these specialties at the bachelor level. Thus, in 2001 the first specialists graduated and the branch received accreditation of these specialties at the specialist level.
On March 13, 2002 the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine issued order 112 of 13.03.02- “About creation of State Petro Mohyla Humanities University” as an extension of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. That was followed by the creation of educational and scientific complex “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” with the contract between the president of NaUKMA, S. Brukhovetskii, and the rector of State Petro Mohyla Humanities University, L. Klymenko, and the statute “Terms and Conditions of Educational and Scientific Complex Kyiv-Mohyla Academy “.
As more teachers and students arrived to the University, there were not only representatives of the Black Sea region, but almost all regions of Ukraine and Kyiv. Foreign students began to study here and departments were headed by professors and doctors of science. The University proceeded to open its own institutes, scientific schools, and centers, and specialized academic councils for the defense of dissertations. However, the University quickly began to outgrow itself in the pace and scale of development. In fact, the University became multidisciplinary. Every year the Humanities University Doctors of Technical Sciences began to receive patents. Besides particular humanitarian specialties MSHU expanded to incorporate bachelor and master programs in Law, Finance, Environmental Protection and Sustainability, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Instrument Engineering. Thus, quite logically, the proposal of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, in agreement with the Regional State Administration, to change the status of Petro Mohyla State Humanities University in Mykolaiv was considered.
On December 10, 2008, Petro Mohyla State Humanities University in Mykolaiv was reorganized into Petro Mohyla Black Sea State University by the order № 1521-r of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.
In 2009, the University joined the Great Charter of Universities and the European University Association. It is the only institution of higher education, which, in 2011, represented Ukraine and its system of teaching at the Talloires Network Leaders Conference (TNLC) comprised of over 250 universities around the world. The BSSU was the initiator of the Ukrainian public organization – “Ukrainian Association of Universities” – creation. In 2013, the university took 44th place, and, in 2014, – 43th place among the best universities of Ukraine. The mentioned and many other achievements facilitated the BSSU, on 14 June 2016, to achieve the status of the national university by the Decree of the President Petro Poroshenko.
To provide education that meets international standards the University maintains regular and strong contacts with various international organizations and foreign universities. Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University invites leading foreign scholars to give lectures, hold seminars and various workshops, and encourages expansion in practices of our students and teachers by embracing opportunities to study abroad.
The Students’ Board aims to organize the daily life of the students, offers productive spare-time activities, and also helps solve conflicts.
The research work at the University is based on our national experience, including Petro Mohyla’s philosophical concept, which is expressed in the natural combination of scientific and educational activities. Scientific research is carried out according to the program approved by the Academic Council and Rector.
Despite the young age of our University, it has become one of the most influential institutions in the southern region. It is the only University of classical type in the South of Ukraine, which combines western educational technologies with national traditions (Liberal Arts Education). We strive to involve new educational technologies and principles of university education.
STRUCTURE OF PETRO MOHYLA BLACK SEA NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
To the present day Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University (Petro Mohyla BSNU) has created all the conditions for the development of young specialists of the new generation.
The facilities and resources of the university include 11 buildings combined into a single complex which is a campus. All conditions for comfortable study of students are created. Everything in our university is done for you, for your benefit and convenience.
There is a libraryin the university with a fund of 110,000 thousand copies, including 15 languages of the world. The library includes a delivery deskand 2 reading roomswith a total of 300 places.
There are an Information and Computer Centerand 14 computer classes in the university. Now the university has 500 modern computers. All of them are united in a local network. There is also a wireless Wi-Ficomputer network, which currently has over 600 laptops, CPC and other wireless devices of the university staff and students. More than 5 thousand users are registered in the local network. Every employee, student, student of the preparatory department or faculty of the Far-Eastern Higher Education Department has free access to computers and free access to the worldwide Internet. To meet the needs of students, there are two printing and copying points equipped with copying machines, computers, printers and scanners, including a large format color printer for printing large posters.
An Innovative Technology Centerhas been opened at the university as part of the development of the UN project program “Innovative Springboard: Invitation to Cooperate”.
In scientific laboratories, students in practice can get acquainted with the obtained theoretical knowledge.
Medical Center.We hope you will not need it during the study. But if it necessary, students can always get highly qualified assistance. Also there are other important details about which you will be reminded from time to time and which should not be neglected (vaccination, passage of the X-ray diffraction). The location of the medical center is on the first floor of the first academic building.
The students have at their disposal 3 modern sport halls2 gymnasiums and a yacht, on which students regularly go on ecological expeditions.
If you are hungry, there are a student canteen and a cafewhere you can eat, meet with your friends and get the news at a break.
For students from other cities and low-income students there are 3 student hostelsat the university. You can find out about the conditions for accommodation and hostel provision at the Student Departmentof the University.
The scientific works of our and other scientists are the published in the publishing office.
If you, for example, write poetry and want to publish your own book, our university will help you with it.
For those who are not indifferent to the visual arts, there is the Art Gallery, Where the best artists exhibit their works, and whose artworks are celebrated at the highest level. International delegations that visit our Gallery highly appreciated its artistic level.
There are International Relations Departmentand International Cooperation Centerat Petro Mohya Black Sea National University.
A Postgraduate Educationwith 12 specialties will be happy to welcome students who would like to devote their lives to science. Also, the university has five specialized Academic Councils, Where 9 scientific specialties are defended.
There is a Student Scientific Societyin Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University, which publishes the scientific works collection “Student Research Studios”. Students can deepen their professional training in American, Economic, German and other clubs. English and Austrian summer schools take place annually. The Center for English-speaking humanitarian information, created together with the US Peace Corps in Ukraine, and also Student Translation Center.
Students have the opportunity to show their talent for journalism in the printed periodical newspaper Vagant which is published by Petro Mohyla BSNU. Also, students participate in the creation and conducting of the Vagant-TV television program. Since 1998, the Black Sea Stars Art Festival has been held annually. In 1999 students of Petro Mohyla BSNU created a regional club of intellectual games. Since then the championship What? Where? When? and the Brain Ring Championship among student and school teams are regularly held in Mykolaiv.
There are 15 sports sections, Including volleyball, basketball, athletics, aerobics, martial arts, scuba diving, sailing and others at Petro Mohyla BSNU. On the university research vessel Olvia students regularly go on environmental expeditions.
Every year, students of Petro Mohyla BSNU successfully attend internships in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine and the Parliament of Canada. In November 2002, according to the results of the Join Multimedia 2002 competition held by Siemens in Munich, the team of the former Petro Mohyla Mykolaiv State Humanitarian University was recognized as the best in Europe and won first place in the nomination “Long Run (16 -24). ” The ceremony of 18 winning teams of the European competition “Join Multimedia 2003” awarding took place at September 17, 2003 in Munich. It was attended by Steffen Reiche, Minister of Education, Youth and Sports of Brandenburg, and Dr. Claus Weyrich, board member of Siemens AG.
The University cooperates with such foreign partners such as Goethe-Institut, DAAD, Siemens, Conrad Adenauer Foundation, Bosch Foundation, EuropeApplication Program (Germany); Alliance Français Association, Français à domicile (France); Fellowship Program in Poland (Poland); Romualdo Del Bianco Foundation (Italy); Maritime Studies Program, Quota Program (Norway); Tempus-Tacis (European Union) program.
Vice Rector for Research
Vice-Rector for Research and Education and Development
Vice-rector for administrative work
Institutes and Faculties
Institute of Public Administration
Local Government and Regional Development Department
Public Management and Administration Department
Social Work, Management and Pedagogy Department
Mykolaiv Sociological Research Center
Institute of Philology
Department of Journalism
English Language Department
English Philology Department
Roman-Germanic Philology Department
Theory and Practice of Translation from English Language Department
Theory and Practice of Translation from German Language Department
Ukrainian Philology, Theory and History of Literature Department
Goethe Institute Bureau
Student Translation Center
Institute of Medicine
Anatomy, Histology, Clinical Anatomy and Operative Surgery and Pathology Department
Medical Biology and Chemistry, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Physiology, Pathophysiology and Pharmacology Department
Medical, Biological and Bioorganic Chemistry Laboratories
Ecology Department Laboratory
Propaedeutic and Medical-preventive Disciplines Department
Postgraduate Educational and Scientific Institute
Social and Psychological Support, Professional Development and Employment Promotion Center
Cambridge Exam Preparation Center
Training and Certification Programs
Economic Sciences Faculty
Finance and Credit Department
Accounting and Audit Department
Enterprise Economics Department
Economic Theory and International Economics Department
Professional English Language Education Section
Land Management Department
Computer Science Faculty
Automation and Computer-Integrated Technologies Department
Intelligent Information Systems Department
Design Office Study
Software Engineering Department
Information Systems and Databases Laboratory
Applied and Higher Mathematics Department
Computer Engineering Department
Computer Graphics Laboratory
Mcroprocessor Technology and Systems Laboratory
Political Sciences Faculty
International Relations and Foreign Policy Department
Political Science Department
The Mykoliv Department of the Ukraine History Institute of NAS at Petro Mohyla BSNU
Southern Branch of the Institute of Ukrainian Archeology and Source Studies named after MS Grushevsky of NAS of Ukraine
Research Institute “Polonistics”
Physical Education and Sport Faculty
Biomedical Basics of Sport Department
Olympic and Professional Sports Department
Sport Disciplines Department
Faculty of Law
History and Theory of State and Law Department
Constitutional and Administrative Law and Process Department
Department of Civil and Criminal Law and Process Department
TERMS OF STUDY
Study is performed in Ukrainian and English in groups of more than 10 people.
After graduation students receive a diploma of the European standard.
- Training Department – 1 month – 1 year
- Bachelor – 4 years
- Master – 1.5-2 years (depending on the chosen specialty).
- PhD – 4 year
- Doctorate – 2 year
Hostel number 3 is located at Mykolaiv, Logovenko st., 2. The location of the hostel is very convenient: it is located nearby the University and surrounded by the supermarket, shops and public transport. The building has three floors and is able to accommodate 150 students. On each floor, there are kitchens equipped with electric cookers and bathrooms with modern renovation. The self-catering kitchen is well-equipped to cook delicious homemade food.
The staff of the hostel carefully observes the cleanliness and order of all necessary premises.
Rooms for 2 or 3 persons are comfortable for living and studying. Students have access to the Internet. At any time, they have the opportunity to address available questions and suggestions to staff who is ready to help and provide all the necessary information.
Students have the possibility to use the laundry facilities (paid service).
Students have the opportunity to attend a library that is located in the hostel building with comfortable conditions for self-training in their free time.
A healthy lifestyle is maintained in the hostel and on its territory.
Hostel fees per month amount to $ 40 (forty) US dollars at the rate of the National Bank of Ukraine, determined at the time of payment. In the payment appointment you should point type of payment tuition fees or hostel fees!
Field of Knowledge 22 “Health care”, specialty 222 “Medicine”, educational qualification “Master of Medicine”, professional qualification “Doctor”.
The specialty “Medicine” is aimed at obtaining a doctor degree.
The doctor is a specialist who obtained a “Medical” degree (complete higher medical education) and is engaged in human health support or recovery through the prevention, diagnostics and treatment of diseases and injuries in the order established by the law.
According to the Resolution of The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine on “Procedure for the Job Placement of the Publicly-Funded Graduates” No. 992 of 22.08.1996 (as amended 30 April 2015), the medicine is the only branch of study, implying that the high educational institutions provide their publicly-funded graduates with job placement in the state-owned sector of the national economy.
As soon as the newly qualified specialists run out the government-set term (lasting not less than 3 years), they can undertake retraining and get other medical specialty except stomatology and execute the corresponding professional work.
Also Postgraduate Medical Education includes a specialization, a training, etc ..
In accordance with the Article 47 of the Law of Ukraine on “The Higher Education” it is possible to continue of training of graduates in medicinal residency, a clinical internship, etc ..
The regular continuing medical education with the constant recertification (once per 5 years), giving the opportunity to obtain a qualification grade is obligatory.
Four durable practices in healthcare institutions of a city or area throughout the training are provided by a curriculum:
- patient care – 3 weeks on the 2nd year of studies;
- nurse practice – 3 weeks on the 3rd year of studies;
- medical professional practice – 4 weeks on the 4th year of studies;
- medical professional practice – 4 weeks on the 5th year of studies.
Clinical disciplines classes will take place on clinical sites of the university – in medical and preventive institutions of the city. The focus will be put on the developing practical skills being directly with a patient and treating him / her.
The doctor is the key person of the medical staff.
The studying is carried out according to the educational program of the general medical training followed by the specialization in an internship.
The internship is an obligatory form of primary specialization of medical specialists.
It is implemented in the medical educational institutions and Academies of Postgraduate Education at the place of assignment to work. During the internship a particular medical specialization is obtained:
- general practice – family medicine;
- obstetrics and gynaecology;
- healing fitness and sports medicine;
- emergency medical treatment;
- zymotic diseases;
- orthopedics and traumatology;
- professional pathology;
- forensic medical analysis;
- doctor in radiation therapy;
- doctor in radionuclide diagnostics;
- infection disease doctor;
- laboratory doctor (clinical pathologist);
- clinical pathologist in the field of genetics;
- occupational physician;
- adolescent doctor;
- factory’s sector doctor;
- physical therapist;
The classes of clinical disciplines will take place on the university clinical sites in medical and preventive institutions of the city. The focus will be put on developing practical skills being directly with a patient and treating him / her.
The university admits the citizens of Ukraine, foreign nationals, and stateless persons who have already completed their secondary education.
Specialty “Physical Rehabilitation”
Future professionals in the field of Physical Rehabilitation are taught of anatomy, human physiology, the basics of the physical study, physical therapy, physical rehabilitation after serious diseases and traumas, technical means and methods of physical rehabilitation and medicine in sports. Students of this specialty study two foreign languages, obtain practical skills of massage therapy, manual therapy and physical therapy.
Physical Rehabilitation professionals can work at the rehabilitation educational establishments; the population social protection establishments; in the specialized groups at pre-school institutions; the general education institutions and specialized schools, the board schools, the children orphanages, the out-of-school educational facilities; at the resort rehabilitation centers and the health and recreational resorts; at the state and local governmental rehabilitation centers; at the executive departments, enterprises and organizations of different forms of ownership where the professionals of this specialty are needed.
Nowadays 6 Doctors of Sciences, 17 PhDs, 20 lecturers and 11 top specialists of the supporting staff work at the Department. The Faculty is rapidly developing, research laboratories are getting improved and relations with other scientific and educational establishment and nature reserves are being optimized.
Specialty “Ecology and Environmental Protection”
Future professionals of this specialty are taught on the principles of national and international experience. They gain useful theoretical and practical skills in the field of ecology, biology, and evolution theory. Students learn more about the environment impact factors and the measures aimed to support balance of nature etc. They acquire fundamental knowledge and practical skills in two foreign languages (English – obligatory; the second foreign language – optional). A special attention is paid to professionals’ adaptive skills and their ability to solve global ecological problems, to provide necessary ecological conditions for living and preserve flora and fauna biodiversity. The curriculum of this specialty meets the modern international standards.
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