National University “Yuri Kondrautyuk Poltava Polytechnic

36011, m., Pershotravnevyj Ave. 24., Poltava, Ukraine

About National University “Yuri Kondrautyuk Poltava Polytechnic

National University “Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic has a rich history that dates back to 1818 when the Poltava Institute of Noble Girls was established. The institute operated for 100 years before it moved location. In its place the Poltava Institute of Agricultural Construction was founded. In 1961 it was renamed Poltava Civil Engineering Institute and in 1997 it became Yuri Kondratyuk Polytechnic University. The university was granted national status in 2002 by the President of Ukraine.

The university has a range of faculties offering undergraduate courses. Students can choose to study various fields including architecture, construction, information technologies, finance, economics and management, and humanities. There is also a Centre of Postgraduate Education, as well as the Poltava Petroleum Exploration College and Myrhorod State Art Industrial College.

Recognised as a powerful research and innovation centre, the university provides students with state-of-the-art facilities. Leading international companies have invested in the university’s research development, giving students the opportunity to participate in 3D modelling, robotics, and research projects in fully equipped laboratories. The university encourages students to create their own start-ups and eventually start their own businesses, using the facilities on offer.

The university is located in Poltava, a city in central Ukraine. Poltava is situated along the right bank of the Vorskla River. It is known for being one of the greenest cities in Ukraine, boasting a number of large parks and open spaces. The city is considered an important cultural centre as well as being a major transport hub for Eastern Europe.