Chinese Name: 乌克兰国立生命与自然科学大学
English Name: National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
Ukrainian Name: Національний університет біоресурсів і природокористування України
Address: Kiev, Ukraine
The National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine was founded in 1898, initially as the Agricultural Department of the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. This department was located in what is now the central building of the National Technical University of Ukraine 'Kyiv Polytechnic Institute'. In 1992, with the support of the Ukrainian government, the Ukrainian Academy of Agrarian Sciences initiated the transformation of this department into a higher education institution, aimed at reforming agricultural education. Consequently, it was granted the name Ukrainian National Agricultural University. The university celebrated its centennial in 1998.
In 2008, the Ukrainian National Agricultural University was renamed the National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine. The university holds a Level IV (highest) accreditation as per the Ukrainian higher education system and functions as a research institution involved in education, research and innovation, training and production, as well as information and consulting activities. Its structural composition includes educational and research institutions, faculties, educational and scientific centers, educational and scientific production centers, scientific educational laboratories, technological enterprises, farms, workshops, higher education institutions, educational and research farms, and research stations.
Dr. Kevin, invited by NUBIP University, visited NUBIP amidst the turmoil of war. Such a visit served as an inspiration to every faculty and staff member at NUBIP, and also carried with it the aspirations of all RISEN employees and students for peace.
Today, NUBIP is one of Ukraine's leading educational, scientific, and cultural institutions. It offers 25 specialties at the specialist level, 41 at the bachelor's level, 37 at the master's level, and 29 at the doctoral level, covering 58 different fields of study. The university has over 26,000 students and more than 600 doctoral candidates enrolled in its 3 educational and scientific research institutes, 13 departments, and 10 separate units. This includes international students from China, Poland, the USA, the Czech Republic, Turkey, and other countries. The educational and research processes at the university are supported by over 2,600 scientists and educators, including approximately 300 scientific professors and doctors, and more than 1,000 associate professors and candidates of science.