Zaporizhzhya National University

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Overview


Zaporizhzhya National University (ZNU) has 80-years’ long history. It was established back in 1930 as Public Education Institute, then was transformed into Teachers’ Training Institute for Professional Education and later into State Pedagogic Institute. Finally, the institution’s name was changed to National University.

Zaporizhzhya National University (ZNU) is a State-sponsored university in Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine. Its full name is “Zaporizhzhya National University of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of Ukraine.”

On August 11, 1930, Sovnarkom Ukraine approved the list of 27 institutes and departments, including the Zaporizhzhya Institute of Education. In 1931, the Institute of Education was renamed the Pedagogical Institute of Vocational Education. It was once again renamed the Zaporozhye State Pedagogical Institute in 1933.

The first issue of teachers took place in 1932, according to the Council of Ministers of the USSR of 21.09.1982 № 872. At the opening of Zaporozhye of the State University the Council of Ministers of the Ukrainian USSR from 28.09.1982 Number 478 and the order of the USSR Ministry of 28.10.1982 № 1090 on the subject – “On the basis of Zaporozhye State Pedagogical Institute by the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education of the Ukrainian SSR from 16.08.1985” Number 212 was created Zaporozhye State University.

Decision DAKU 30.03.2010, the Zaporizhzhya State University is accredited by the fourth level in general. Since 1995 it has an educational and scientific complex Zaporizhzhya University, which includes institutes, colleges, technical schools and about 50 schools in the city and region.

Zaporizhzhya State University has been a member of the European University Association (EATE) since 1999.

In 2003, ZNU became a member of the International Association of Sociology and Administration.

In 2004, ZNU became a member of the Ukrainian Association of Educational Management. On December 24, 2004, the President of Ukraine granted it the status of National University.

In 2008, Zaporizhzhya National University opened its Economics and Law Schools.

On February 1, 2009 -it was subjected to Shopping college.

On March 30, 2009 the Economics and Humanities Schools were created in Melitopol.

On November 18, 2011, the Zaporizhzhya National University was admitted into the Eurasian Association of Universities.

In 2011, it opened 13 new majors.

Admission process in Zaporizhzhya National University


Since 2016 admission process in Ukrainian universities for foreign students aviable via Ukrainian Admission Center.
For apply to Zaporizhzhya National University foreign students have to apply online via Ukrainian Admission Center.
After checking all details in Admission Center, they will send invitation letter to students.
With invitation letter students can go to the nearest embassy of Ukraine and get student visa.
No exams, TOEFL, IELTS required if you make application via Ukrainian Admission Center.

Schools / Colleges / Departments / Courses / Faculties


  • Faculty of Biology
  • Faculty of Economics
  • Faculty of Foreign Languages
  • Faculty of Physical Education
  • Faculty of History
  • Faculty of Journalism
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Management
  • Faculty of Mathematics
  • Faculty of Philology
  • Faculty of Physics
  • Faculty of Social Pedagogics and Psychology
  • Faculty of Social Sciences and Administration


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