Before entering Ukraine for study, a foreigner must check to which zone their country belongs.
Countries are divided between red and green zones. The red zone includes countries with a significant prevalence of COVID-19.
The list of countries with a high prevalence of COVID-19 is compiled by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine and reviewed every seven days.
11.12.20 The Rivne Regional Institute of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education hosted a wonderful event - the first part of the project "Ukrainian culture - our message to the future", the main purpose of which was to promote Ukrainian culture among young people.
The event was attended by Head of the Department for International Students Affairs Solodkyi V.O., employees of the department and foreign students of NUWEE.
On December 8, 2020, the last seminar of this year's cycle "Basics of working with foreign educational documents for members of the admission commissions of the University" was held online with the participation of leading experts on the recognition of qualifications ENIC Ukraine.
The National University of Water and Environmental Engineering was represented by Dmytro Nikitenko, Head of the Department of International Education and Migration Issues.
ENIC Ukraine specializes on the recognition of foreign diplomas, degrees and qualifications, established by the Council of Europe and UNESCO in order to unify and apply a common policy and practice for all European countries to recognize diplomas / qualifications.
On November 25, 2020, a cooperation agreement was signed between NUWEE and "European Consulting Company" Marwell "represented by its director Ahmed Marwan. This company provides services for organizing the recruitment of foreign citizens to study at the University.
The meeting was attended by Vice-Rector for Research and International Relations Natalya Savina, Director of the Center for International Cooperation and Education Timoshchuk I. and the head of the international relations department Badinsky L., who spoke about the peculiarities of admission, training and socio-cultural life of foreign students and listeners within the walls of our university.
Students are the future. These are the people and the minds that are going to take our countries forward. No matter their background or their field of study, we should always celebrate those who want to further their knowledge, with a lot of students going to great lengths to do so.
World Students’ Day is a celebration of multiculturalism, diversity and cooperation among students across the globe.
Every year on November 17 NUWEE celebrates the International Student’s Day, but this year covid-19 has made its adjustments in our lives. Following the norms of the quarantine regime, a celebration of the International Student’s Day took place in a small circle.
Vice-rector for scientific work and international relations Natalia Savina, head of the Department for International Students Affairs Solodkyi V., head of the Department of International Education and Migration Affairs Nikitenko D., came to greet the students. Students from different countries who take an active position in life and have significant academic success were invited.
If you want to study in Ukraine but do not know the language, it is not a problem. Before you start studies in your chosen major, you can study at the preparatory department of our university for international applicants for one year. Usually, the preparatory course includes 20 to 36 hours of Ukrainian classes per week as well as certain other general subjects depending on your further studies.
An intensive programme of the Ukrainian language, (usually, 4-6 hours per day) a foundation year entails can equip you for further studies in Ukrainian. Moreover, enrollees will study subjects such as Math, Physics, Biology etc. that is needed for entrance exams.
A foundation year will help you to:
- master enough Ukrainian to study at a Ukrainian university;
- get a certificate that confirms your level of Ukrainian;
- brush up your knowledge of exam subjects;
- learn Ukrainian traditions and adapt to the new lifestyle.
NUWEE has a very long history of educating international students, and we continue to welcome them today.
Our University is one of the best technical Universities of Ukraine. The University with its centenary history can proud of achievements, aspirations, victories, scientific researches and experience in training of specialists for various branches of Ukrainian economy.
We want to make the international admissions process as smooth as possible for students applying to The National University of Water and Environmental Engineering from outside of the Ukraine.
If you are an international student, you may not be familiar with the application process for Ukrainian colleges, including NUWEE. This is a quick overview to help you understand how applying to our school.
The health, safety and wellbeing of our staff, students and the wider community is our highest priority in the 2020/21 academic year. Things will be different this year, and we will all need to make adjustments to the way we live and work.
Here are 5 steps to help you stay safe
It focuses on the actions that are crucial for all of us to adopt to make things as safe as possible for everyone in the community. In particular, you are asked to:
- Keep your distance
- Washyour hands
- Wear a face covering
- Got symptoms? Get a test
- Contacted by track and trace? Stay at home