Admission of foreign citizens

Admission of foreigners and stateless person to Universities is fulfilled in accordance with the Laws of Ukraine «On Higher Education», «On Legal Status of Foreigners and Stateless Persons», «On Foreign Ukrainians», «On refugees and persons, who require additional or temporary protection», Decrees of the President of Ukraine from 03.06.94 № 271 «On measures to develop economic cooperation with neighboring areas of Ukraine regions of the Republic of Belarus and the administrative-territorial units of the Republic of Moldova», the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine from 26.02.93 № 136 «On the training of foreign citizens in Ukraine», from 11.09.2013 № 684 «Some questions of the admission of foreigners and stateless citizens» by the order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine dated November 1, 2013 Year 1541 "Some Issues of the Organization of the Recruitment and Training (Internship) of Foreigners and Stateless Persons", registered in the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine on November 25, 2013 No. 2004/24536.

Foreigners who receive state scholarships under international agreements, national programs, and other international obligations of Ukraine are admitted to study within the established quotas for foreigners on the basis of the directions of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.

Foreigners who come to Ukraine for participation in academic mobility programs or for higher education in accordance with educational programs agreed between Ukrainian and foreign higher education institutions are accepted for study, taking into account the relevant contractual obligations of the relevant higher education institutions.

Foreign Ukrainians who legally stay in Ukraine and whose status is certified by a foreign Ukrainian, when applying to higher education institutions of Ukraine, have the same rights to education as the citizens of Ukraine, with the exceptions established by the Constitution of Ukraine, laws of Ukraine or international treaties. , the consent of which is binding on the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.

 Foreign Ukrainians, whose status is confirmed by the foreign Ukrainian certificate, may be enrolled for studying on state orders within the established quotas for foreigners for interviewing subjects envisaged by the Admission Rules.

In accordance with the "Law of Ukraine on Education" citizens have the right to education regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, social or economic status, type and nature of occupation, philosophical beliefs, membership of political parties, religion, faith, health, residence and other circumstances.

Training in NUFT is carried out on the basis of:

- international treaties of Ukraine;

- national programs;

- contracts concluded with legal entities and individuals.

The University began its international relations in 1948. Training of specialists in the food industry from Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Mongolia, China, India, the Middle East, Cuba, Poland, and Germany began.

NUFT has a license to prepare foreign students for admission to higher educational institutions.

Nowadays, the university is engaged in the training of specialists for foreign countries, and offers foreign students a wide range of specialties in various fields of knowledge.



All foreign applicants who come to Ukraine to study should obtain from the university to which they are applying for an "Invitation to Study" for the possibility of obtaining a student visa. The invitation should comply with all the requirements established by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.

In order to receive an Invitation to the Selection Committee, the following documents must be submitted:

1. Valid passport (copy with translation into Ukrainian)

2. Certificate of complete secondary education (copy with translation into Ukrainian)

3. Consent to the processing of personal data

4. А letter of attorney that gives a right to receive an invitation letter in case it is not taken personally by the applicant, legalized in the country of citizenship, translated into English/Russian/Ukrainian languages;