International Cooperation

















At the beginning of annexation,the number of foreign partners of the university has grown up to 206.Before the occupation of Crimea in 2014 year, there were 87 projects and grants in the sphere of international cooperation with universities of Germany,Greece,France,Switzerland,Great Britain,USA,Norway,Finland,Austria,Belarus and Russia. Among them there are University of Thessaloniki and Athens (Greece), University of Lublin and Opole (Poland), University of Willemstock (USA), Universities of Nice and Perpignan (France), Genoa and Rome Universities (Italy), University of Duisburg-Essen and Rupprecht-Charles University, University Applied Sciences (Germany).

Over 100 colleagues and students of TNU take part in abroad internship every year.Approximately the same number of international interns trained in Taurida University. Mutual scientific conferences,seminars and interchange of students were organized with foreign universities.Foreign students who appreciated the advantages and quality of education in the TauridaNational University continue to study at the newly opened university.

Among them there are citizens of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, India, Bangladesh, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Iran, Iraq, Turkey and Libya.About 15 of them studying on the main faculties and 50 students train in the pre-university courses.

The TNU is re-establishing partnerships with European universities so that their graduates could have an opportunity to study within dual educational programs and receive both Ukrainian diploma and European certificate.

V.I. Vernadsky Taurida National University signed an agreement on scientific cooperation with the Open University of Switzerland. The agreement provides for the joint work of the two universities to implement the program of double diplomas, research, the exchange of teachers and students, as well as educational programs.

Students of V.I. Vernadsky have an opportunity to study economics and management within the framework of a three-year international program, in full-time and part-time forms of study in Ukraine and Poland. Graduates of the university will receive not only the proper Ukrainian diplomas, but also a diploma of the Polish university accredited in the EU.

The strategic goal of TNU for the next 10 years is the desire to build a new innovative higher education system, to become one of the best universities in Europe and the world. The new system will be based on a fundamentally different approach from the Soviet ones to process of teaching and gaining knowledge. Students, like in Europe, will be able to choose the academic load of the main disciplines themselves and the number and intensity of additional special courses, which will help to optimize time and expenditures on secondary education subjects, improve the quality of the gained knowledge and increase the variability of education.

The main task of TNU is to provide graduates not only with the diplomas, but also with knowledge and skills as tools for their further development. Teaching will be conducted in four languages: Ukrainian, Russian, Crimean Tatar and English. The University is currently educating the future political and intellectual elite for the Crimea. The University current students will return to the Ukrainian Crimea to contribute to the development of the region.

The youth of our university aspire to visit Europe, to study at the best universities of the wolrd, in order to get world experience and knowledge, to build Europe in Ukraine.

To form its own research base,TNU participates in various grant programs, and collaborates with international donators.

The opening of the media space "Open Area" is planned, there students will take part in master classes and develop their creative skills. The University has applied for a grant funding to carry out the project “E-University” to create common information network to unite students and lecturers of TNU as well as partner universities. The network will contribute to the free access to knowledge and information. TNU takes an active part in educational programs provided by the European Union. The university have already signed agreements on joint participation with several foreign universities within the Erasmus+ program. Also, the Taurida National University is cooperating with the British Council, the American Embassy, ​​the Fulbright Foundation and Soros Foundation within various educational projects. Now the distance learning program is being developed. The program will provide free access to the inhabitants of temporarily occupied and uncontrolled territories of Ukraine, to the qualitative European education, by creating modern educational on-line platforms in Taurida National University.