Universitet haqda məlumat
Poltava National Technical Yuriy Kondratyuk University,the Central University building, an architectural monument from the first half of the 19th century (Classic style, which is part of the ensemble of Poltava Empire style), was built in the years 1828 to 1832 by St. Petersburg and architect Ludwig Charlemagne as premises for the Institute of Fine Panels.
It was founded December 12, 1818 by the wife of the governor-general in Poltava and Chernihiv provinces MG Repnin Barbara Institute of Fine Pann in Poltava and became the first provincial cities of the Russian autocratic empire secondary educational institution closed for women. Over the hundred years of the institute’s maiden it at different times the outstanding figures of the Ukrainian, Russian and Czech cultures. In particular, more than 36 years have constant supervision of academic work known Ukrainian poet and fabulist, a former rector of the Kharkov University, Professor PP Gulak-Artemovskij.
For many years a member of the nobility of the board of trustees of the Institute worked in prominent Ukrainian poet, playwright VV Kapnist. Art, piano, playing and singing Italian schoolgirl taught famous pianists and composers, collectors Ukrainian folklore brothers Czechs Yedlichky – Alois i Wenceslas. It worked faculty artists Ivan Zaitsev, Catherine Roschina, Vasily Volkov, printmaker Splitstesser, taught literature pioneer Ukrainian romanticism Levko Borovikovsky. Girls’ Institute graduated talented sisters Psyol – Glafira and Alexander, one – artist friend – a poet. From these walls in 1861, published a famous Ukrainian writer – democrat Love Yanovska. In different years the institute visited IP Kotlyarevsky, T. Shevchenko, M. Gogol, VA Zhukovsky, the Decembrists – brothers Sergei and Matthew Mouravievs-apostles.
Oil-gas and nature management
Finance and economics
Management and business
Information and telecommunication technologies and systems
Centre of Postgraduate Education
Preparation department for foreign students
Poltava Petroleum Exploration College
Myrhorod State Art Industrial College