英文名称：Kharkiv Institute at Hangzhou Normal University
About Kharkiv Institute at Hangzhou Normal University
In April 2020, authorized by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China, Kharkiv Institute at Hangzhou Normal University (hereinafter referred to as the Institute), a non-independent legal person Chinese-foreign cooperative institute was jointly established by Hangzhou Normal University and V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University of Ukraine. The establishment of the Institute is a best example of a strong combination of the dominant and professional institutes, as well as an important measure of implementing the nation’s strategy of the Belt and Road Initiative.
The establishment of the Institute has been strongly supported and encouraged by the Ministry of Education, the Provincial CPC Committee and the Provincial Government, and the Municipal CPC Committee and Municipal Government. Governor Yuan Jiajun specially issued the instructions of "strengthening leadership, seizing opportunities, developing characteristics, and producing more achievements".
Kharkiv Institute at Hangzhou Normal University, a non independent legal person Chinese-foreign cooperative institute jointly run by Hangzhou Normal University and V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University of Ukraine, will enroll 90 full-time undergraduates in three majors for the first academic year in 2020. Its partner university, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, was founded in 1804. It is one of the five universities established by the Russian Tsar as the University of Moscow and the University of St. Petersburg. It is also one of the few universities in the world to cultivate three Nobel Prize winners. About 60 graduates have been selected as academicians of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences. The university has been among the top 500 QS World Universities for seven times, ranking first among Ukrainian universities. V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University is an important base of higher education and scientific research in Ukraine. It has five research centers in chemistry, biology, astronomy, physics and engineering, and high-tech. It has more than 20 world-famous scientific research institutes. It has made great contributions to the defense industry of the former Soviet Union, and has trained the first generation of nuclear physics talents for China, with strong scientific research capability. In November 2019, Jack Ma (MaYun), the celebrated alumni of Hangzhou Normal University, delivered a speech at V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, which enhanced the friendship between the two universities and promoted the in-depth communication and cooperation between the two universities.
School homepage: https://www.univer.kharkov.ua/en
The undergraduate majors of the Institute are applied chemistry, polymer materials and engineering, and geographic information science; and the postgraduate majors are applied mathematics, botany and organic chemistry.
The two universities’ cooperation combines the advantages of the both universities, with high professional fit, strong teaching faculties, superior teaching conditions and sophisticated experimental facilities. The Institute will fully introduce the teaching philosophy and high-quality education resources of Ukraine's V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University. It plans to dispatch high-quality teaching faculties to undertake the teaching of the main courses of the three majors. With the characteristics of international education, the Institute is committed to cultivating new internationalized and interdisciplinary talents with a broad international vision, high level of foreign language proficiency, solid professional foundation, and familiar with international rules and affairs.
Name Card of Kharkiv Institute at Hangzhou Normal University:
1. Organization Name
English Name：Kharkiv Institute at Hangzhou Normal University
Address: Cangqian Campus of Hangzhou Normal University
2. School level, scale, specialty and mode
Undergraduate and master level programs are conducted at the same time,
The undergraduate majors are applied chemistry, polymer materials and engineering, and geographic information science; the master's majors are applied mathematics, botany and organic chemistry.
The talent training mode is: for those who do not choose to study abroad, the "4 + 0" mode will be adopted for the undergraduate course of 4 years, and the "3 + 0" mode will be adopted for the graduate students of 3 years. The admission standard of students is consistent with that of China and Ukraine, and double registration is adopted to issue diplomas from the both universities.