Ukrainian State University of Science and Technology
Institute of Industrial and Business Technologies

The National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine (NMetAU) is one of the oldest institutions of higher education for metallurgical engineering. It was established in October, 1899 as a department of Katerinoslavsky Higher Mining School. In 1912, the department was transformed into a metallurgical faculty of Katerinoslavsky Mining Institute. In 1930, it acquired the status of an independent institution of higher education and obtained the name of Dnipropetrovsk Metallurgical Institute. In 1993, the higher status of State Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine was gained and fixed by the Resolution of Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and, in 1999, the status of the National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine was adopted by the Ukaz (Decree) of the President of Ukraine.

On March 31, 2021, the Ukrainian State University of Science and Technology was established.

Applicants for higher education and other persons studying at the National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine continue their studies at the newly established University in selected specialties and sources of funding (Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine No. 464 dated April 26, 2021).

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The library informs


To the attention of faculty, students and graduate students 

Clarivate invites you to a free training webinar 

January 13, 2022, 16: 15-17: 15 

Topic: Analysis of grant support and the effectiveness of cooperation in Web of Science and InCites


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The IV International Conference "Innovative Technologies ..." (Finland) was successfully held News icon

On December 6-8, 2021, the IV International Conference "Innovative Technologies in Science and Education. European Experience" was successfully held at the University of Aalto (Helsinki, Finland). The conference was attended by more than 140 representatives ("full-time" + "part-time" participation) from more than 40 universities, including 22 representatives from universities in Finland, Bulgaria and Portugal. Following the conference, a collection of materials was prepared, which included more than 60 reports (abstracts) and several articles. The collection will be published in the form of a book and electronic edition on CD (approximate date of publication - mid-end of January 2022). An electronic version of the collection is already available for download from the site. To view / download the collection, follow the link. The Conference Organizing Committee thanks all those who took part in the conference and invites you to participate in the next conferences in 2022. More information about the last conference, including planned for 2022, posted on the relevant page (  ORGANIZING COMMITTEE


The staff of the Department of Financial Management, Accounting Analytics and Business Monitoring congratulates the senior teacher Prykhodchenko Oksana on the approval of the degree of candidate of economic sciences.