List of Universities in Ukraine

List Of Universities In Ukraine

This is a partial list of universities and academies in Ukraine of the 3rd and 4th level of accreditation, by region.

As of July 2009 there were 900 different universities in Ukraine. As of March 2010 there were 881 universities, colleges and technical schools. The National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv and National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy feature in the Webometrics Ranking of World Universities at 1,346 and 2,055 respectively out of 8,000.

In July 2009 Ukrainian Education and Science Ministry predicts that one third of Ukrainian universities will be liquidated by 2013. Merger, Tough competition, the quality of education, the reduction in the number of school leavers were the reasons given for the reduction of the number of universities in Ukraine.

The main distinction between university and academy is that university is multi-disciplinary and often autonomous institution, while academy is more specialized. The universities may be also oriented as technological, medical, and, on a rare occasion, pedagogical.

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