National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine

National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine is a university in Dnipro for the study of metallurgical engineering.[1]

National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine
Національна металургійна академія України
Latin: National metallurgical academia Ucraina
RectorOlexandr Velychko


National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine is the oldest higher metallurgical educational institution of Ukraine. It was founded as a factory department of the Ekaternoslav Higher Mining School in October 1899. In 1912, the department was transformed into the metallurgical faculty of the Mining Institute, on the basis of which the Dnipro Metallurgical Institute was established in 1930. In 1993, the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine granted the Institute the status of a state university. In 1999, the Decree of the President of Ukraine granted it the status of the National Academy.

Campuses and buildingsEdit

The academy is based in the centre of Dnipro, in recently constructed buildings.

Institutes and facultiesEdit

  • Nikopol Department of National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine


Rating of Ukraine universities III, IV accreditation levels «Top-200» Ukraine

  • 2009 – 18th place
  • 2010 – 16th place
  • 2011 – 17th place

Rating of Ukraine universities in Ukraine "Compass 2012"

  • 2010 – 7th place
  • 2011 – 7th place
  • 2012 – 7th place

The national system of ranking evaluation of higher education institutions. Technical universities 2012 – 8th place

Notable alumniEdit

Ihor Kolomoyskyi, Ukrainian billionaire, business oligarch, one of the founders of the Privat Group.

Yury Mukhin, Soviet engineer, inventor and the top manager of the metallurgical industry.

Victor Pinchuk, Ukrainian businessman and oligarch.

Serhiy Tihipko, Ukrainian politician and finance specialist

Oleksandr Turchynov, Ukrainian politician, former acting President of Ukraine (2014) and Secretary of the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine.

Andriy Khvetkevych, Ukrainian and American world-class freediver.


  1. ^ "THE NATIONAL METALLURGICAL ACADEMY OF UKRAINE". 2010-11-18. Archived from the original on August 24, 2013. Retrieved August 13, 2016.

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