V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (Karazin University), with its more than 200 year history, is one of the oldest universities in Eastern Europe. It is recognized to play a key role in the development of Kharkiv (Kharkov) into a million-plus city and to contribute a lot to the development of the Ukrainian education and science. Three Nobel Prize winners (Ilya Mechnikov (Medicine), Lev Landau (Physics), Simon Kuznets (Economic Sciences)) and Fields medalist Vladimir Drinfeld are associated with the University. The University was founded in 1804. It has graduated about 150,000 students. Over history Karazin University has greatly contributed to developing Ukrainian education and science as well as Kharkiv becoming a million-plus city. Before 1993 it bears a different name: A. M. Gorkiy Kharkov State University. The University is one of the initiators of Magna Charta Universitatum (Bologna, 1988), the member of the International Association of Universities and the European University Association, the associated member of the European Nuclear Education Network, the co-founder of the Eurasian Universities Association and Association of Russian and Ukrainian Higher-Education Institutions-partners.

 

 

 

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