Faculty of Economics

Last Updated: Monday, 14 August 2017 10:42

There are currently more than 2000 students at the faculty (25% international students).

Faculty of Transport Economics consists of 7 departments including six graduating departments. Faculty of Transport Economics trains specialists for education and qualification levels of Bachelor and Master and for education and qualification level of Doctor of Philosophy in 7 specialities: "Economics", "Business, trade and exchange activities", "Marketing", "Finance, banking and insurance", "Accounting and taxation", "Management" and "Public Administration".

Knowledge learned through higher education at our faculty gives an opportunity for our graduates to work at transport enterprises, state organizations, investment and insurance companies, banks, research institutes, in the industry, trade, construction sectors, small-scale business etc. They also work at structural units of enterprises that perform marketing, sales, foreign economic, analytical and other activities.

The faculty administration supports close relations with representatives of other countries and railway authorities. The faculty constantly works on development of cultural, academic, methodological and interdepartmental relations with higher education establishments both of Ukraine and other countries. Faculty students take part in international academic exhibitions, seminars, competitions, conferences, business plan and advertisement contests. The development of international cooperation is one of important focus areas which is embodied in the implementation of joint projects and programmes, publishing joint study guides, organization of events with involvement of foreign specialists.

European programme, MieGVF project «Master of infrastructure and operation of high-speed transport in Russia and Ukraine» in compliance with TEMPUS IV (530281-TEMPUS-1-2012-1-FR-TEMP US-JPCR) has been introduced at the faculty. Students can get double degree: a state-recognized diploma in the main speciality and a diploma of the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts (CNAM, Paris, France) in the specialities: "Manager of infrastructure of high-speed transport" and "Manager of operation of high-speed transport".