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Kharkov National University VN Karazin or Kharkiv National University VN Karazina (KhNU) is a state university located in the city of Kharkov (Ukraine). The initiator of the creation of KhNU in 1804 was the famous enlightener VN Karazin. This is one of the oldest universities in Eastern Europe, which has its own traditions and achievements. Among graduates and teachers of the university are three Nobel Prize winners: Ilya Mechnikov (biology), Lev Landau (physics), Semyon Kuznets (economics).
In size, KhNU is considered a secondary educational institution. It has about 15,000 students. Over 25% of the student team are foreigners. The academic staff is represented by two thousand teachers. The academic year at the university is divided into semesters, which is typical of most institutions of higher education.
In accordance with the rating, Kharkov National University VN Karazin is now ranked second among educational institutions in Ukraine and 563 positions in the international ranking of universities. By the quality of teaching, Karazin University is at 123 levels, confidently entering five percent of the best educational institutions in the world. The university is a member of the European University Association (EUA).