TNEU is a leader among higher education institutions of Ukraine of economic profile!
An updated version of the Webometrics Ranking Web of Universities (Edition 2020.2.0) has been published on the website (www.webometrics.info). According to the rating, Ternopil National Economic University ranks 6th among 317 Ukrainian higher education institutions and, at the same time, is the first among the institutions of economic profile (http://www.webometrics.info/en/Europe/Ukraine%20)!
Rector Andriy Krysovatyy elected member of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine board
The Board is an advisory body and is formed to prepare recommendations for the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine to perform its tasks, to agree on issues within its competence, and to collectively and freely discuss the most important areas of its activities.
We are convinced that the experience of working in a higher education institution will enable Andriy Ihorovych to assist in resolving the most important issues of Ukrainian educators.
Our university is among the leaders in the "Top 200 Ukraine" rating
The Center for International Projects "Euroeducation" in agreement with the International Supervisory Board presented the fourteenth academic ranking of higher education institutions called "Top 200 Ukraine".
Ternopil National Economic University ranked 13th out of the two hundred universities in Ukraine.
Congratulations to the graduates of the project "Norway - Ukraine"!
Today Ternopil National Economic University gladly with the help of guests - redundant military officers, veterans and their families - held an online celebration dedicated to the graduation ceremony of the retraining programme under the "Norway - Ukraine" project!
Ukrainian-German project of the Law Faculty of TNEU
Recently, expressions of hatred aimed at members of other races, nationalities, genders, religions, sexual orientations, gender identities, etc. have been growing more frequent in the world. Intolerant statements addressed to ethnic, religious or other social groups or communities, or individual representatives / representatives (hate speech) are broadcast through the media and social networks. Therefore, hate crimes have become the subject of criminal law research of the Ukrainian-German project of the Law Faculty of TNEU.
Opening of the Technical Week in Nanjing
Establishing close cooperation with foreign partners and supporting innovation are priority areas in the development strategy of TNEU. Today, Rector Andriy Krysovatyy took part in the opening of the Chinese-Ukrainian Center for the Exchange of Specialists in Science and Technology during the Technical Week in Nanjing.
Young European Ambassadors invite you to a master class "Paid internship in EU institutions for Ukrainian youth"!
Have you long dreamed of getting to the heart of the European Union (EU) and finding out how governing 27 countries really works? Do photos of the European Parliament and the European Commission keep you awake at night?
Young European Ambassadors know how to help you with this and be selected for a paid internship in the EU institutions and will be happy to tell you about it!
Competition for semester studies in 2020-2021 academic year in one of the leading Polish universities
Ukrainian-Polish program,e of the B. Havrylyshyn Education and Research Institute of International Economic Relations announces a competition among university students for semester studies in one of the leading partner Universities from the Republic of Poland (Wroclaw University of Economics (Wroclaw); Katowice University of Economics (Katowice); Poznan University of Economics (Poznan); Lodz University (Lodz)) in the 2020-2021 academic year.
Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program 2021-2022
Dear colleagues! We would like to inform you about the opportunity to participate in the annual Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program 2021-2022.
Lecture by a Polish Supreme Court Justice for students of the School of Polish and European Law
On the 23rd and 25th of May, a series of lectures titled “Legal aid in Poland. Judicial system in Poland and EU countries" was organized for students of the School of Polish and European Law. The lectures were conducted by the judge of the Supreme Court of Poland, Professor of the University of Warsaw Adam Redzik.