International Activity of Alfred Nobel University

Dnipropetrovs’k University of Economics and Law was one of the first universities in Ukraine which started implementing the principles of the Bologna Declaration in its education process.

Our university is open for cooperation with European institutions in such fields of academic and research activities as Economics, Law and Philological Studies.

Teachers of DUEL are constantly working on courses of study which are given in English. At the moment we are ready to teach 12 economic, law and philological courses in English. Therefore, we can admit foreign students for studying some disciplines at DUEL within the framework of exchange with universities of Europe.

Scholars of the university are ready to provide unique economic and law information concerning conditions and potential of the Ukrainian economic system and legal aspects of its functioning. This information can be useful both for potential investors and those companies or businessmen who are interested in entering the Ukrainian market of goods and services.

For research exchange, DUEL has started to publish a scholarly journal «The European Vector of Economic Development», where researchers from Ukraine, Poland and Russia can present the results of their studies.

The students of our university study at least two foreign languages (English, German, French, Spanish and Polish). They also have a possibility to study one of these languages as a third option. The level of students’ foreign language command is confirmed by international certificates FCE, BEC, DELF, DALF, DELE, DSH. Every year the number of students who get international certificates is growing.

Our students take part in the work of summer language schools in Poland, where they improve their knowledge of Polish.

The university is ready to organize summer language schools for learning Ukrainian, Russian, English, German, French and Spanish.

The university has postgraduate courses that invite students from European universities to prepare their PhD theses in Economics.