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^ Submitting procedure

  1. Terms of Submission

Applications on admission are accepted by the Academy in the person of the Rector during the application period:

    • preliminary faculty for foreign students from 1.09 until 15.10.

    • full-time and part-time departments from 1.03 until 25 08.

    • extra-mural department from 1.03 until 15.11.

  1. Deadline for Submission

  • preliminary faculty for foreign students– 15.11.

  • full-time and part-time departments – 25 08.

  • extra-mural department – 15.11.

Ultimate term of arrival in Ukraine:

  • preliminary faculty for foreign students – 15.11.

  • full-time and part-time departments – 25 08.

  • extra-mural department – 15.11.

Registration: within 3 days after arrival in Ukraine.

Admission to the Academy is by examination and selection of the best results.

The applicants pass examinations in mathematics, the Ukrainian or Russian languages. The persons, who desire to study a particular academic discipline, pass entrance examinations in the corresponding basic disciplines.

Entrance examinations for applicants of full-time and part-time departments begin on 1.07 and last until 25 08; extra-mural department examination time lasts until 15.11. Admission to full-time and part-time departments takes place on 30. 08, to extra-mural department - by 15.11.

The persons who came to study a particular academic discipline have to submit and pass entrance examinations. Examination time for them is the week before the start of a corresponding semester.

Foreign student instruction is carried out at the preliminary faculty for foreign students as well as at full-time, part-time and extra-mural departments, in accordance with the contract concluded with the student. The contract determines the payment for instruction and is in full agreement with the current Ukrainian law, if any other agreements in force do not define this term of education.

The list of documents for submission:

а) General application form.

b) Copy of education certificate with transcript of evaluation marks (points) for passed subjects.

c) AIDS absence certificate, if it is not prohibited by international agreements with Ukraine.

d) Medical certificate indicating the state of health, confirmed by the official health care organization of the country concerned; the document should be submitted 2 months before the arrival at the country, not later:

e) Insurance policy (if the foreign applicants are not from the countries concerned in agreement with Ukraine for free medical service).

f) Copy of the birth certificate.

g) 6 photographs with the size of 60x40 mm.

h) A return ticket with open date of departure within the term of 1 year.

i) The document identifying the place of work and registration in Ukraine (for part-time students).

Documents mentioned in items b, d, f, should be confirmed according to the law of the concerned county and bear legalization procedure in Ukraine, if this is not prohibited by the international agreements with Ukraine.

3. Preliminary Courses.

Instruction of Foreign Students is carried out at the Preliminary Faculty for the Foreign Students

Organization schedule:

  • Application and interview – until 15/11.

  • Admission – until 20/11.

  • Beginning of instruction – not later than 20/11. at group formation.

  • Duration of course - 30 weeks.

Foreign applicants who submit to the Preliminary Faculty must be interviewed on mathematics. The foreign students of the Preliminary Faculty obtain a graduation Certificate in accordance with the examinations results. The admission of foreign citizens to the first course is governed by the rules of the Academy.

^ 4. Language requirements

Instruction is carried out in the Ukrainian, Russian and English languages (Metallurgy International speciality).

The Academy recognizes the language requirements achieved in other institutions. The level of language skills required for training at the academy must be confirmed by either a corresponding certificate or and interview process.

Basic knowledge of the Ukrainian language is not necessary. Foreign students study Ukrainian and Russian in the Preliminary Faculty. The results of language studies are evaluated and registered in the certificates.

^ 5. Cost of instruction.

The cost of instruction for a bachelor degree in Automation and Integrated Computer Systems or Metallurgy is $1500 and more.

General Practical Information.

A: Admission Procedure.

Arrival in Ukraine requires a visa. Obtained at the Ukrainian embassy in the country relevant to the student (if it is not prohibited by international agreements with Ukraine). The registration of foreigners is governed by the current Ukrainian law.

Foreigners who arrive in Ukraine for instruction at NMetAU should register at the International Relations Department of the Academy within 3 days after their arrival.

^ International Relations Department:

Room #337, Central Building (Tsentral’ny Korpus) of NMetAU

Tel. (380562) 47-44-61

(380562) 41-08-96

Required documents:

  • Written application for visa prolonging;

  • Passport for registration granting permission to stay in, travel through, and depart from Ukraine during a determined term;

  • Immigration card;

  • 5 photos with the size of 3cmЧ4cm;

  • Customs receipt and other expenses;

  • Insurance policy.

Alter graduation, or in the case of pre-term completion instruction, foreign citizens must leave Ukraine within a one month period (according to Nacaz #335 (Decree) of Ministry of Science and Education of Ukraine from 24/09/1997)

B: How to Get the Academy

NMetAU is situated near the center of the city of Dnipropetrovsk.

From the Dnipropetrovsk-Golovny railway station, take the #1 tram (fee – 0,5 hryvna) to Mechnicova Hospital stop. Alternatively, the #101 or 123 mini-bus (fee – 1 –1,5 hryvnas) and to Gonchara st..

From the Dnipropetrovsk – Pivdenny railway station, take the #30 mini-bus (marshrutka) or taxi and to Nagorny rynok stop.

From the bus station, take the #11, or #14, or #15 tram to Dnipropetrovsk – Golovny railway station and follow the instruction listed above.

If you are in the airport, take minibus (marshrutka) # 109, or taxi and go to Nagorny rynok stop.


C: Expenses

  • The cost of passport registration is approximately 50 hryvnas ($10).

  • A room in the student hostel is available if needed. The accommodation cost is $10 and higher per month depending on the level of living conditions.

  • Expense for food and entertainments is 750 hryvnas ($150) per month.

  • Insurance policy - from 500 hryvnas ($100).

  • The library, reading rooms, and sport faculty are free in the Academy.

D: Accommodation

Foreign students may live in one of the student hostels, which have rooms for two, three, or four students.


Hostels #1,#3,#4: Kuybusheva st., 1a.

Hostel#2: Gagarina Ave., 11.

Hostel#5: Gagarina Ave., 13.

There is a kitchen and laundry room on the level of the hostel. A student canteen works within each hostel area as well as each building of the Academy.

1. Health Care Centre

Medical services for foreign citizens are provided both in state and private health care centers. The corresponding expenses are at the cost of the patients.

NMetUA students may use the student polyclinic of the Academy.

Student polyclinic of NMetAU:

Gusenko st. 13, Dnipropetrovsk, 49005

Tel. (380562) 46-22-11

(380562) 46-22-35.

The academy has student sanatorium and sports camp “Druzhba” on the banks of the Samara river (Ukraine).

  1. Students with special needs

There is a Regional Education Center for Disadvantaged Students. It is the place where people with hearloss and blindness master the specialities in Economic Cybernetics and Economics of Enterprises.

^ Headmistress - Grishina Ol’ga Mykolayivna

Tel. (380562) 46-34-06

(380562) 41-08-11

  1. Insurance Policy

The foreign citizens must have an insurance policy when they cross the state border or submit for registration to an institute of higher education. It guarantees payment in cases of urgent hospitalization.

^ Foreign citizen insurance agency:

Ltd. Pro 100-Strahkuvannya (before Ltd. Ukrinmedstarkh)

Karl Marks Ave. 93, room 403, Dnipropetrovsk, 49093, Ukraine

Tel. (38056) 744-35-87

(38056) 370-37-33

F. Aids for Instruction

  1. Library

The library book fund is multibranched. It consists of around 500,000 books in Ukrainian, Russian and other languages. This figure is made by 300,000 of teaching books, 200,000 of scientific literature books, 3,000- theses and abstracts of theses.

The library fund is composed of literature on metallurgy, mechanical engineering, chemical technologies, economy, information technologies, social sciences and fiction. Every year the library receives around 180 periodicals.

In the library there is available rare and valuable editions, among them are “Metallurgy of Pig Iron, Iron and Steel” by A. Lebedura (1899), “The Basis of Thermal Dynamics” by Brandt (1915), “Brief Notes on Metallurgy of Steel” by Stark (1915); “Metallurgy of Steel” by V. Grum-Gruzhmayl (1925) and others.

In 2004, the electronic catalogue of our library was created. It contains information about books, scientific publications of NMetAU, and other periodicals.

^ Catalogues of the library:

-main alphabet catalogue;

-alphabet reader’s catalogue;

-subject catalogue;

-main reference card index;

-subject card index of articles (politics, law, education, culture, science, economics, country studies);

The library provides decent services of:

-scientific and technical departments;

-student’s book department;

-fictional literature (belles-letters) department;

-student study hall;

- reading hall for periodicals and scientific literature.

Working hours: 8:15-16:45 (Kiev time)

8:15-18:30 (Kiev time) for scientific and technical dept.

Тел.: (380562) 41-02-44, Fax. (380562)47-44-61


NMetAU library has its branch departments in Krivorizky Metallurgical and Nikopolsky faculties.

Material Base:

The material and technical base of the Academy corresponds to the required international standards. The total area of NMetAU buildings for instructions and experimental work reaches 71,000 square meters. The number of lecture auditoriums, rooms for practical classes and seminars, and laboratories is 110. There are 40 computer classes. The total number of computers which are used for educational purposes is about 900, a considerable amount are connected with the infra-net of the Academy and to the INTERNET.

Other Information for Practical Use

The subsidiaries of the PRIVAT BANK are located in the central building of NMetAU and hostel #1.

The subsidiaries of the banks AVAl, Reiffeisen bank, Forum, Va-bank and others are within easy reach of the Academy. Financial operations are carried out directly in the above mentioned subsidiaries or by means of automated bank-teller (cash machines).

Out of class activities and leisure

The students of the National Metallurgical Academy have many opportunities to apply their talents. They obtain theoretical knowledge and practical skills as well are refining and cultivating their person and enriching their spiritual inner world. NMetUA has elaborated the system of out-of-class activities which helps the students to make their leisure time more enjoyable.

The Student Government Committee (SGC), which works within NMetAU, is the effective form of attracting students into solving general problems of their Academy. SGC ensures performance of student rights and fulfillment of students’ obligations. SGC also develops social, economic and creative programmes for students. The work of the committee fully agrees with the current Ukrainian law and is coordinated by the documents of the Ministry of education and science of Ukraine and NMetAU Statute (decree) “About Student Government”, which make the committee independent from political parties and political tendencies. The work of the Academy, faculties, academic groups and hostels is carried out with the help of the Student Government Committee.

The Council of Students is the executive organ of SGC. It regulates the work of the student active groups and represents their interests at the Academy, local authorities and state establishments, organizes the cooperation between the students from other institutions of Ukraine and from abroad.

Performance, music and live theatre play an important role in student’s life. Participation in these activities adds to the development of artistic taste, provides aesthetic education, and forms the spiritual world of young people.

The students of the academy may develop their artistic talents in modern theatre, music studio, jazz band, folk dance studio, and modern dance group “Kurazh”. Also, there are teams of comics KVN “Plus 5” and KVN “Steel project”. These creative groups and studios are known as the leaders of local and national competitions.

Traditional festivals “Student spring” and “I am a first-year student” are the boost for student’s creative activity. A symphonic orchestra “Seasons” gives a free performance within the Academy every month.

The students of NMetAU have plenty of opportunity for sports. The sport club of the Academy encourages the students to pursue a healthy lifestyle, improve physical abilities and develop morality and good will. All these help to succeed in sports as well as in their professional sphere.

As usual, the students of the Academy take part in regional and national sport competitions between the institutions of higher education. NMetAU proposes professional training in more than 30 kinds of sports. The sportsmen from the Academy often win the prominent places in athletics, badminton, kick-boxing, karate, arm-wrestling and kozak wrestling, etc.

NMetAU sports camp “Druzhba” is recognized to be one of the best sports camps among the Ukrainian institution of higher education.

ІІІ – Faculty of Computer Systems, Power Engineering and Automation

The materials about this Faculty are being completed and translated now. They will add them to this site as soon as it possible.

^ IV – A Glossary of Basic Terms

  • Modular Content – a system of teaching elements within the discipline, which is completed with the help of corresponding teaching methods.

  • Modular – official final stage in the programme for professional training (academic discipline-practice-attestation) which is carried out by means of student workload (lectures, practical classes, seminars, laboratory works, student preparation work and individual student work, manufactory practice, tests and other forms of evaluative activities, research works for a degree).

  • Evaluative Credit – an officially recognized final stage of the student training (academic discipline. practice, research work) which must be evaluated and fixed in documents.

  • Curriculum – the system of didactic, methodological and organizational techniques oriented towards student instruction.

  • Qualification – degree or diploma approved by the Institution of higher education, which is the witness to the completion of training for higher education.

  • Organization of the Educational Procedure – a system of methods which provides the distribution of workload among the chairs of the institute of higher education, selection of teachers, establishing of a timetable, consulting classes, current and final evaluative activities, and state attestation. Organization of the educational process is carried out by the Academy subdepartments (teachers’ department, faculties, chairs and ect.)

  • ^ Teaching Programme – an official document of the institute of higher education, which provides the organization of the educational process. The teaching programme includes distribution of evaluative credits among the academic disciplines, schedule of educational process, teaching programmes by semester, forms of academic workload, forms of current and final evaluation activities, and state attestation.

  • ^ Individual programme – a document composed by a student with the assistance of a teacher-curator. The individual programme contains disciplines, in which the student chooses to train for a one-year period; the choice must be in agreement with established, compulsory workloads for the relative period; the procedure takes place at the end of each academic year.

  • ^ Teaching Programme of a Discipline determines the place and significance of a discipline in the process of a specialist training, skills and knowledge which the student obtains from instruction. The teaching programme of a discipline contains the information about the discipline’s workload (amount of academic hours within the credit), themes of study, forms of instruction, final evaluation, ect.

  • Academic course –a stage of student training completed over a one-year period.

  • Academic year lasts 12 months and starts, as usual, on 1/09. The academic year consists of days for instruction, evaluation activity, of days on practice, research work, state attestation, week-ends, holidays and vacations.

  • Academic semester – a period of study with an evaluative activity at the final stage. The duration of the semester is determined by the teaching programme.

  • Academic day – a part of student work time. An academic day lasts 9 hours or less.

  • Academic hour – a minimal unit of measurement for study time. An academic hour lasts 45 minutes. Two academic hours make up one double-period. At NMetAU, a double-period lasts 80 minutes without a break.

  • Academic classes – lectures, laboratory and practical classes, and seminars carried out according to the programme schedule.

  • Lecture – the main form of instruction based on theoretical material.

  • Laboratory classes – the form of instruction where students conduct experiments under guidance of a supervisor; investigate the practical side of the theoretical material, to obtain practical experience working with complex equipment, (calculating equipment and measuring equipment), to study methods and techniques of experimental research for a definite discipline.

  • Practical Classes – form of instruction where a teacher organizes a detailed study of definite theoretical problems within a discipline and students obtain skills and practical experience through the individual performance of various tasks.

  • Seminar – a form of instruction where a teacher organizes a discussion around certain themes in which students represent their reports that they have prepared.

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