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Kyiv National Linguistic University

Kyiv National Linguistic University

vul. Velyka Vasylkivska, 73, Kyiv, 03680, Ukraine

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Description Kyiv National Linguistic University is a higher education institution in Kyiv, Ukraine. It was founded in 1948 as Kiev State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages. It has the status of autonomous institutions. In common parlance it's called "In'Yaz" which means "foreign languages."Post addresse: Ukraine, Kyiv, vul. Velyka Vasylkivska, 73HistoryKyiv National Linguistic University is the successor of the Kyiv State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages, established by the Ministry of Education of the USSR . By the Decree № 592 of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of August 29, 1994 the Kyiv State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages was renamed Kyiv State Linguistic University.With due regard to the national and international recognition of the contribution to the development of national education and science, Kyiv State Linguistic University was granted the status of «National» by the Decree № 591/2001 of the President of Ukraine of August 7, 2001. For over sixty years, the Kyiv National Linguistic University worked hard to have achieved results that were marked by significant advances in many areas of national and foreign linguistics.Since its foundation, the university has made significant achievements in the field of Foreign Linguistics.In 1948/49 academic year the Kyiv State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages had three faculties, with 238 first year students enrolled. The Institute employed 19 full-time and 11 part-time teachers at the time. The Faculty of the German Language was formed in 1953, the Faculty of the Russian Language for foreigners – in 1977, the Preparatory department for foreign citizens – in 1983. Post-graduate courses have been offered since 1962, and doctoral courses – since 1992.After Ukraine has gained independence, to meet the needs of the state, KNLU has endeavored to implement an important objective – to train highly qualified specialists in foreign languages . Compared with 1990, the number of students has double

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