Life in Kharkov

Kharkiv  It is a city located in the northeastern part of Ukraine. Founded in 1654, it is currently the second largest city after Kiev, in Ukraine, and is the country's former capital (1919-1934).

Kharkov city

Kharkiv is the second largest educational center in Ukraine This city is known as the city of students and youth Kharkiv is one of the most dynamic centers of higher education and research in Eastern Europe. There are 40 higher education institutions in Kharkiv, including public and private universities, academies and specialized institutes. About 300,000 students study and live in Kharkiv and about 25,000 of them are international students. The possibilities of higher education are versatile in Kharkiv and students can obtain undergraduate, specialist, master's or postgraduate training in various fields of study, such as medicine, engineering, law arts etc.

The magnificent “Freedom Square” is located in the city center. Interestingly, it is the largest city square in Europe. The square is located near the vast Shevchenko Park, which, due to its greenery and many restaurants and clubs, makes it a great entertainment place. In addition, the Gorky Garden - “Ukrainian Disneyland” and Botanichny reign with a number of smaller parks, the cable car ride is fun and somewhat inexpensive. For history lovers, the city offers a lot of candy in the form of the Historical Museum, the National Art Museum and the Holocaust Museum. There are also many international cultural centers. For example, the "Nuremberg Center" is intended for the purpose of cultural exchange between Kharkiv and its twin Bavarian city.


Apart from that Kharkiv is a city of fun and entertainment. Cinemas, cafes and restaurants come to life when it gets dark. However, Kharkiv preserves all historical monuments and architecture.

In addition to many city universities, there are beautiful parks and recreational areas that attract students from all over Ukraine and abroad to obtain higher education.

a wonderful city

 People used to say it is a student city, but it is much more than that: Kharkiv is a city of youth, energy and a troubled life activity. Although the Kharkiv region is traditionally considered an industrial zone, it still contains many green getaways that are only a few bus stops away from the bustling city.


Kharkov has its own international airport, and the city also has a metro network and a range of popular European communication routes such as tramway, electric buses, taxis and uber service


Our university offers free parking for its users in the university building as well as in front of the student hostels