Transcarpathian State University

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Transcarpathian State University
Закарпатський державний університет
Established 1996
Type Public
Rector Prof. Fedir Vashchuk, Doctor of Technical Sciences
Location Uzhhorod, Lviv, Ukraine
Campus urban
Website www.zakdu.edu.ua/

Transcarpathian State University (also known as ZakDU or TcSU, Ukrainian: Закарпатський державний університет (ЗакДУ)), in the city of Uzhhorod, is one of the major universities in Zakarpatska Oblast. It was founded as Uzhhorod State Institute of Information Sciences, Economics and Law (UzhDIIEP).

Academics[edit]

The university consists of 5 faculties and 5 general university departments:

The Distance Learning Center is a component of TcSU.

The university trains its students in the following fields and specialties:

  • International Relations, "Country Study";
  • Law Science, specializations: "Investigative and Criminal", "Judicial and Prosecute", "Administrative and Legal";
  • Accounting;
  • Economic Cybernetics;
  • Business Activity;
  • Informational Operating Systems and Technologies;
  • Programming for Automatized and Calculating Systems.

There is a postgraduate department in ten specialties (day-time and correspondence learning) in the university:

Facilities[edit]

Material and technical base of the university includes 7 computer classrooms, laboratories of informational teaching technologies, a publishing center, centers of electronic communication, local computer and TV networks, a training laboratory for Criminal Law Science, a library and information center with a considerable fund of modern scientific and training literature of 200,000 items and the biggest in the region reading hall, linguaphone labs equipped with computer audio and video complexes, a codification center for Law Sciences. To the services of the students and teaching staff there is a swimming-pool with a health and sport center, and a clinic. The University publishes its own magazine, Naukovyi Visnyk ("Scientific Herald"), and a regional newspaper.

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