Izmail State University of Humanities

Educational programs

The Faculty of Foreign Languages

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree

The Faculty of Ukrainian Philology and Social Sciences

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree 

Doctor of Philosophy 

Pedagogical Faculty

Bachelor’s Degree 

Master’s Degree 

The Faculty of Management, Administration and Information Activities

Bachelor’s Degree

Master’s Degree
Information package ECTS

European Credit Transfer SystemGENERAL INFORMATION

1.Name and address

Name: Izmail State University of Humanities.

Short name: ISUH

Аddress: 12, Repin str., 68610, Izmail, Odessa region, Ukraine.

University

Rector’s reception phone:  +38 04841 5-13-88.

Contacts

E-mai: idgu@ukr.net

Website: http://idgu.edu.ua

2.About ISUH/University

IZMAIL STATE UNIVERSITY OF HUMANITIES

 

ІSUH is a higher education institution based on state ownership, subordinated to the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. It was established by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Decree No. 92-r dated March 1, 2002, with the purpose of providing educational services related to higher education at the level of qualification requirements for a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree

The educational activities at Izmail State University of Humanities are carried out in accordance with the license of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, the Statement of coordination of the list of specialties, in which degree-seeking students for the degree of Junior Bachelor, Bachelor, Master, Doctor of Philosophy and licensed number of students of ISUH are trained.

 

3.University Administration

 

Kichuk Yaroslav

Rector of ISUH is Kichuk Yaroslav Valeriiovych, Doctor of Education, Professor (Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine dated June 16, 2015, No. 244-K).

Rector of  ISUH holds  office hours for public on personal matters every Tuesday, prior registration is required.  Academic building № 1, Room 203.

The beginning of reception is at 2 pm. Prior registration is by phone:  (04841)-5-13-88

First vice-rector– Koltsun Nataliia Mykhailivna, PhD in Philology, Associate Professor.

Academic building № 1, Room 204.

Vice-rector for Science and Pedagogical Work – Tsyganenko Liliia Fedorivna, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor.

Academic building № 1, Room 209.

 

4.Academic Calendar

ACADEMIC-CALENDAR

The educational process schedule determines the calendar terms of terms, academic weeks, weeks of independent work, weeks of practical training, examination sessions, vacations for each academic year by a certain educational program, as well as preparation of qualification works and final certification of degree-seeking students.

The educational process schedule at the University for various forms of training, terms of training and educational training programs is annually developed by the curriculum and instruction department of the University and is approved by the academic council of the University, proceeding from the following positions:

  • the academic year begins, as a rule, on September 1 and includes two terms (autumn-winter, spring-summer), two exam sessions (winter, summer) and practice. The total duration of the terms, examination sessions and practice during the academic year is at least 40 weeks;
  • duration of theoretical training (including practice) is 17 weeks in the autumn-winter term and 18 weeks in the spring-summer term (with the exception of the last term);
  • the duration of the terms and the date of the beginning of theoretical (classroom) classes can be changed in the case of conducting training and production practices with a break from lessons;
  • the weeks of independent work are determined by the schedule of the educational process and are planned for degree-seeking students of full-time (daytime, evening) forms of training, as a rule, twice per term – in the middle of the term and the last week before the examination session. The purpose of weeks of independent work is students’ fulfillment of individual tasks and preparation for midpoint assessment;
  • the exam session duration is 2 weeks. The interval between the examinations is no less than three days. Only one kind of summative assessment in the academic discipline is planned, except for comprehensive academic disciplines studied for several terms;
  • the total length of vacations during the course (except for the final term) is for at least 8 weeks (including 2 (3) weeks during the winter vacations, but not more than 12 weeks;
  • for the implementation of each form of certification of degree-seeking students, one week is allocated to the educational process schedule;
  • for degree-seeking students of the extramural form of study, the total duration of study for each academic year is determined on the basis of the amount of additional leave specified in Article 15 of the Law of Ukraine “On Vacations”, and the educational process schedule is compiled taking into account the peculiarities of the specialty, the year of students’ training, opportunities and the wishes of the students and their employers;
    • training of degree-seeking students of the extramural form of study is organized according to the following scheme:

– autumn session, during which theoretical studies are conducted;

– winter test-exam session, in which examinations are combined with theoretical training;

– summer examination session.

Theoretical training is carried out in three buildings of the university at the address:

  • Building № 1, 12, Repin st., 68610, Izmail, Odessa region;
  • Building № 2, 75, Suvorov avenue, 68610, Izmail, Odessa region;
  • Building № 3, 9, Peace avenue, 68610, Izmail, Odessa region.

Educational process schedule

 

5.List of proposed programs

At the university, the training of specialists is carried out according to the relevant educational and professional, educational and scientific programs at the levels of higher education, which include the award of a corresponding degree of higher education:

  • Junior Bachelor
  • the first (bachelor level) – Bachelor;
  • the second (master  level) – Master;
  • the third (educational and scientific level) – Doctor of Philosophy.

A Junior Bachelor is a vocational degree obtained at the initial level (short cycle) of higher education and awarded by the University upon a degree-seeking student’s successful completion of a vocational program of study comprised of 120-150 ECTS credits.

The workload of a vocational program of study for obtaining  a junior bachelor degree on the basis of a junior specialist degree is 90 credits.

A person has the right to obtain a junior bachelor degree, provided that he/she has obtained a complete secondary education.

Bachelor is a degree acquired at the First level of higher education, and is awarded by a higher education institution upon a degree-seeking student’s successful completion of an educational and professional program amounting to 240 ECTS credits.

The workload of the educational and professional program for obtaining a bachelor degree after having been awarded a relevant junior bachelor degree is 120 ECTS credits.

A person has the right to obtain a bachelor degree provided that he/she has completed a general secondary education or  after having been awarded a relevant junior specialist (junior bachelor) degree.

Master is a degree acquired at the Second level of higher education, and is awarded by a higher education institution upon successful completion of a relevant educational program. A master degree is acquired through an educational and professional program. The workload of the educational and professional program for obtaining a master degree is 90 ECTS credits.

A person has the right to obtain a master degree after having been awarded a bachelor degree (an education and qualification level of a specialist).

The doctor of philosophy is an educational and, at the same time, the first degree obtained at the Third level of higher education after having been awarded a master degree. The degree of Doctor of Philosophy is awarded by a specialized academic board upon a successful completion of the corresponding educational and scientific program and public defense of the dissertation in the specialized academic board.

A person has the right to obtain a doctor of philosophy degree after having been awarded a master degree (an education and qualification level of a specialist).

 

List of proposed programs          List of specialties

Pedagogical faculty

  • 011 Educational, pedagogical sciences (doctor of philosophy)
  • 012Preschool education (junior bachelor, bachelor, master)
  • 013 Primary education (bachelor, master)
  • 11 Secondary education (Physical Culture) (bachelor)
  • 12 Secondary education (Fine Arts) (bachelor)
  • 13 Secondary education (Musical Art) (junior bachelor, bachelor)
  • 05 Secondary education (Biology and Human Health) (bachelor)
  • 016 Special Education (junior bachelor, bachelor)
  • 017 Physical Culture and Sport (bachelor)
  • 231 Social Work (bachelor)

The Faculty of Foreign Languages

  • 02 Secondary education (Language and Literature (English)) (bachelormaster)
  • 02 Secondary education (Language and Literature (German)) (bachelormaster)
  • 02 Secondary education (Language and Literature (French)) (bachelormaster)
  • 02 Secondary education (Language and Literature (Rusian)) (bachelormaster)
  • 02 Secondary education (Language and Literature (Romanian)) (bachelor)
  • 02 Secondary education (Language and Literature (Bulgarian)) (bachelor)
  • 041 Philology (Germanic Languages and Literature (Translation included), (major is English) (bachelor, PhD)
  • 043 Philology (Germanic Languages and Literature (Translation included), (major is German) (bachelor, PhD)
  • 055 Philology (Romance Languages ​​and Literature (Translation included), major is French) (bachelor, doctor of philosophy)

The Faculty of Ukrainian Philology and Social Sciences

  • 01 Secondary education (The Ukrainian Language and Literature) (Bachelor, Master)
  • 03 Secondary education (History) (Bachelor, Master)
  • 032 History and Archeology (bachelor, Master, Doctor of Philosophy)
  • 01 Philology (The Ukrainian Language and Literature) (Bachelor, Master, Doctor of Philosophy)
  • 053 Psychology (Bachelor, Master)
  • 081 Law (Bachelor)
  • 281 Public Management and Administration (Bachelor)

The  Faculty of Management,  Administration and Information Activity

  • 04 Secondary education (Mathematics) (Bachelor)
  • 09 Secondary education (Informatics) (Bachelor)
  • 10 Secondary education (Labor Training and Technologies) (Bachelor, Master)
  • 15 Secondary education (Natural Sciences) (Bachelor)
  • 029 Information, Library and Archive Services (Junior Bachelor, Bachelor)
  • 071 Accounting and Taxation (Junior Bachelor)
  • 073 Management (Bachelor, Master)
  • 076 Entrepreneurship, Commerce and Exchange Activities (Bachelor, Master)
  • 242 Tourism (Bachelor)
  • 113 Applied Mathematics (Bachelor)

6.Requirements for admission and training

Admission to ISUH at all educational levels is carried out on a competitive basis, regardless of the sources of funding for training on the basis of the Rules of admission to ISUH in compliance with the Conditions of admission to higher education institutions of Ukraine, approved by the orders of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and registered with the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine.

The organization of applicants’ admission to the institution of higher education is carried out by the Admission Committee of ISUH. All issues related to admission to higher education institutions are resolved by the Admission Committee at the meetings of the Admission Committee. The decisions of the Admission Committee are published on the official website of ISUH.

All persons receiving higher education at ISUH have equal rights and obligations.

ISUH is an educational institution with the state language of instruction. All entrance tests and competitive selections, except a foreign language test, are carried out in Ukrainian.

7.Organization of the credit mobility recognition and pre-training process

Recognition of the results of previous studies at the University is based on a fundamental principle, without forcing the degree-seeking student to study the same subject twice. Each degree-seeking student forms his / her competences, regardless of where and how he / she received them, and without compromising the quality of education and educational qualifications.

Transfer of educational achievements from other universities is carried out according to procedures and ECTS documents (application form of the student, training agreement, transcript of records).

8.Principles of assigning ECTS credits (institutional framework of credits)

The educational process at ISUH is based on the principles of the European credit transfer-accumulation system. Accounting of academic time, the proportion of disciplines in the curriculum and the amount of knowledge gained at the University is estimated in conventional units – credits. The total number of ECTS credits of training specialists with a bachelor degree is 240, with a master degree is 90. One credit corresponds to 30 academic hours of classroom studies and independent work to master the discipline. The number of disciplines within the academic year is no more than 16, and in the term is no more than 8. The number of summative assessments in the form of an exam within one term is no more than 4. The total amount of a discipline is a minimum of 4 ECTS credits. The amount of ECTS credits planned for the study of the discipline within one term is usually 30 ECTS credits.

The ECTS system is based on the evaluation of all types of student’s work necessary to achieve the goal specified in the curriculum: attending lectures, preparing and participating in seminars and practical classes, independent work, exams, internships, preparation and defence of qualification works.

9.Information on Advisory assistance given to degree-seeking students

A degree-seeking student can get an advisory assistance in the Dean’s office of the faculty, at the Department and in the curriculum and instruction department of the University. Each faculty of the University has an academic mobility curator for each specialty.

In the Dean’s office of the faculty  a degree-seeking student can access information about: class schedules; academic rating; the number of completed credits; scholarships: academic, ordinary, social, personal; student’s individual  plan of learning a discipline; transfer credit courses; an academic leave; internship; expulsion from the University, renewal training and transfer to another specialty or another  form of study.

At the Department, the applicant can get information about the curriculum of a particular specialty; student’s individual plan of learning a discipline; selection of topics for a course-paper, qualification works; having practice.

Relevant data are available on the webpage of each faculty and Department.

10.Organization of the educational process

Organization of the educational process

The organization of the educational process is determined by the working curriculum and schedule of classes approved by the first Vice-rector of the University. The process of teaching disciplines is based on the logical and structural scheme, according to which the study of a new specific discipline should have been provided with the knowledge gained from the study of previous disciplines. All fundamental disciplines are planned in such a way that each discipline includes a lecture and practical component of the course. All disciplines and practices are provided with syllabi of study. The content of the syllabi meets the requirements of the educational program and curriculum. In the specified terms before the beginning of a term the schedule of classes is made, and in a month before the end of a term schedules of test and examination sessions are set up. Each term the teaching staff of the Department carries out comprehensive tests to check the level of students’ knowledge after studying each discipline. Complex tasks in the form of tests provide an opportunity to test the theoretical knowledge of the disciplines and the ability to use them for solving practical problems. The departments of the University practice various forms of independent work for  students: preparation of written and oral assignments for classroom studies; work with dictionaries; study of primary sources; making reports on specific sections of disciplines; independent study of certain sections of disciplines and the like.

The organization of the educational process in ISUH is carried out on the basis of the following provisions:

Regulations on the organization of the educational process;

Regulation on the system of internal quality assurance of educational activities and higher education;

Regulation on the organization of independent, individual and advisory work;

Regulation on the procedure for assessing the level of students’ academic achievements within ECTS conditions;

Regulations on training according to the individual schedule of full-time students;

Regulations on the academic ranking of students;

Regulations on transfer, renewal and expulsion of students;

Regulations on transfer of students to vacant places of the state order;

Regulations on the order of the formation and organization of work of the Certifying Commission;

Regulations on the qualification works;

Regulations on course papers;

Regulations on the system of prevention and detection of academic plagiarism;

Regulations on the Academic Council;

Regulations on Scientific and Methodological Council;

Regulations on the Academic services office;

Regulations on the organization of editorial and publishing work, the conditions of recommendations for printing and publishing educational literature;

Regulations on the Faculty;

Regulations on the Department;

Regulations on planning and accounting of scientific and pedagogical workers’ workload;

Regulations on consolidation of academic disciplines at the departments;

Regulations on the formation of the selective part of the curriculum;

Regulations on the Center for Continuing Education (with changes);

Regulations on educational and methodological support of other regulations and regulatory documents.

11.Linguistic requirements

Teaching academic disciplines at the University is conducted in Ukrainian; some disciplines are conducted in foreign languages (English, German, French, Bulgarian, Romanian, Russian).

 

RESOURCES AND SERVICES

RESOURCES AND SERVICES

1. Office dealing with student affairs

2. Accommodation

3. Cost of accommodation

4.  Meal Services

5. Financial support of students

6.  Medical care

7.  Insurance

8.  Conditions for Disabled Students and Students with Special Needs

9.  Training resources

10.  Educational and methodological support for educational activities

11.  Opportunities for international mobility

12.  Practical information for mobile students who come to study

13.  Language courses

14.  Possibilities for doing practical training

15.  Conditions for sports and leisure

16.  Student organizations

17.  International cooperation

18.  Access to public information