Academic relations

The partnership is aimed at actively involving scientists and teachers of both universities in joint work on teaching and research initiatives, creating more academic opportunities for students and promoting intensive cultural exchange. The representatives of the schools from KKNU and the representatives of the departments from UY have been introduced to each other and working groups have been set up to develop collaboration between faculties and departments of both University of York and Karazin University in the fields of joint academic and research activities.


Project coordinators’ main meeting 

From left to right: Professor Saul Tendler, York’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor,  Phill Gray, Director of Partners from Cormack Consultancy Group,  Associate Professor Natalya Oliynyk, Acting Head of International Relations Office at  KKNU, Vaughan McKee, York’s Global Partnerships Officer, Sarah Beeston, Project manager



Pic credit: V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University

A team meeting of the Department of Environment and Geography, University of York and the Education and Research Institute of Ecology and School of Geology, KKNU

From left to right: Associate Professor Nataliia Popovych, Professor Ganna Titenko,  Dr Vilina Peresadko, Dr Bryce Stewart, Professor Roland Gehrels


The University of York is also working closely with the British Council and the Council for At-Risk Academics (CARA) to help Karazin University staff apply for the respective fellowships.

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