Address of JUGCME: Victory Avenue, 37, educational building number 1, floor 3, k.301a,, 03056, Kyiv, Ukraine
Phone: +38 067 765 18 99
Director: PhD, associated professor Oleh Levchenko
Specialities (areas of study)
- Applied mechanics;
- Material science;
- Software engineering;
- Computer science;
- Energy engineering;
- Atomic energy;
- Heat energy;
- Automation and computer-integrated technologies;
- Power engineering, electrical engineering and electromechanics;
- Telecommunications and radio engineering;
- Micro- and nanosystem technology;
- Telecommunications and radio engineering.
The Joint Ukrainian-German Centre of Mechanical Engineering of the National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute" "and the Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg (Germany) was established in May 27, 2002.
The purpose of the Joint Ukrainian-German Centre of Mechanical Engineering is improving the training of specialists to meet the needs of enterprises in Ukraine and the Ukrainian-German ventures and the professionals who possess knowledge of modern technology, science-intensive technologies, European standards, German language.
The founders are: Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology from Otto-von-Guericke University in Magdeburg and Educational and Research Institute of Mechanical Engineering, Y.O. Paton Institute of Materials Science and Welding, Educational and Research Institute of Nuclear and Heat Power Engineering, Educational and Research Institute of Energy Saving and Energy Management, Faculty of Electric Power Engineering and Automatics, Faculty of Radio Engineering and Faculty of Electronics from Igor Sikorsky KPI.
Education of students are based on a fee-paying basis with compensation costs for additional educational services and in-depth study of German.
Training, postgraduate training and retraining of specialists with the experience of Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute and Magdeburg University Otto-von-Guericke is conducted in fourteen specialties (fields of study): Applied mechanics, Material science, Metallurgy, Software engineering, Computer science, Energy engineering, Atomic energy, Heat energy, Automation and computer-integrated technologies, Power engineering, electrical engineering and electromechanics, Telecommunications and radio engineering, Micro- and nanosystem technology, Electronics, Telecommunications and radio engineering. Education of students at the Joint Ukrainian-German Centre of Mechanical Engineering begins in Kyiv, in study groups, which are formed by students of:
- Educational and Research Institute of Mechanical Engineering,
- Y.O. Paton Institute of Materials Science and Welding,
- Educational and Research Institute of Nuclear and Heat Power Engineering,
- Educational and Research Institute of Energy Saving and Energy Management,
- Faculty of Electric Power Engineering and Automatics,
- Faculty of Radio Engineering,
- Faculty of Electronics.
During the first four study years students of Joint Ukrainian-German Centre of Mechanical Engineering study in streams with students of relevant faculties of Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. Additionally, they deeply study the German language (8-10 hours per week). Since the 3rd course, a part of vocational subjects are taught in German, with the participation of Magdeburg University Otto-von-Guericke professors.
At the end of the fourth year of study, after training and defending of attestation work, students get Bachelor’s diploma of Ukrainian state model. Their further study on Master’s degree is at the Universities of Magdeburg and Kyiv. An essential condition for this is a successful exam TestDaF (test of German language for foreign applicants). Students get a Master's degree in Science of the German model after defending master's thesis in Germany and after defending in Ukraine, they get an Ukrainian diploma of similar pattern. In addition to knowledge and professional skills, study at the Joint Ukrainian-German Centre of Mechanical Engineering lets you thoroughly to know the German language, learn the European standards, certification systems, product quality management and be able to work with the international technical documentation and more.