The National University of Pharmacy, 53, Pushkinska str., Kharkiv, 61002, Ukraine
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The National University of Pharmacy is one of the oldest and the most prestige higher schools of Ukraine, which was founded in 1805 on the basis of the pharmacy laboratory at the University of Kharkiv. Nowadays it is the only pharmacy higher school in the world with the IV-th accreditation level, which trains specialists in 10 specialities: “Pharmacy”, “Clinical Pharmacy”, “Drug Technology”, “Perfumery and Cosmetics Drug Technology”, “Marketing”, “Economy of Enterprises”, “Organisation Management”, “Biotechnology”, “Quality, Standardisation and Certification”, “Laboratory Diagnosis”. The graduates of the National University of Pharmacy are in great demand at the labour market both in Ukraine and foreign countries. The university diploma is recognised by WHO and UNESCO all over the world.
The science and pedagogical potential of the University is 300 Candidates of Sciences, 65 Doctors of Sciences, 1 corresponding member of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, 14 academicians of the branch academies, 8 honoured scientists and engineers of Ukraine, 2 prize-winners of the State Prize of Ukraine in the field of science and engineering.
The University has a modern material and technical base with the total area of 80700 sq.m., which consists of 6 educational buildings and 4 hostels. The structure of the National University of Pharmacy comprises the In-Service Training Institute for Pharmacy Specialists, the State Research Drug Quality Control Laboratory, the Clinical and Diagnosis Centre, the Central Research Laboratory, the technical school of the National University of Pharmacy. The National University of Pharmacy has a modern sport complex and the library.
The rector of the National University of Pharmacy, Doctor of Chemistry, Doctor of Pharmacy, professor, the head of Organic Chemistry Department, corresponding member of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, the Honoured Scientist of Ukraine, the prize-winner of the State Prize of Ukraine in the field of science and engineering
Chernykh Valentin Petrovich