About the Faculty

The Faculty of Information Technology is a structural subdivision of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. It was established by the Order of the Rector Prof. Hubersky November 20, 2013, so it is the youngest faculty of the University.

The aim of the Faculty’s establishment is to propel the Kyiv University to the top in IT-professionals training.

The mission of the Faculty  is to develop human resources in Ukraine in order to bring the country to the top in the IT industry.

Our faculty prepares high-qualified professionals in the following areas:

  • Computer Science;
  • Software Engineering;
  • Security of Information and Communication Systems;
  • Information Security Management;
  • Informatics;
  • Telecommunications

The graduates may follow  the Master’s programmes in:

  • Project Management (specialization: IT Project Management): organization, planning and supervision of the processes of development and deployment of information technologies and systems; professional management of IT projects in all sectors of the economy, business, government; management of project teams; management of a project risk, cost, information, deadlines, human resources.
  • Consolidated Information: search technology, analysis and synthesis of information; research, development and provision of information resources; development of strategic plans, design and support of business processes (Business Intelligence); organization of information technology activities for organs of government and intelligence services.

The Faculty’s key principle is “learning through practice”. The primary focus is on the practical experience of students in the following fields: software coding; creation of information technology systems and business management techniques and their implementation on domestic enterprises; design and development of computer networks and systems, development of future-generation intelligent systems (including robots, systems of natural language communication, systems, which recognize brain signals and convert them into appropriate actions of technical devices); intelligent programming; protection of information, information technology and systems from unauthorized access or harmful actions and management of this protection; construction of information and communication systems, which can implement effective technologies of information interaction, identification of necessary actions for IT development.

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