SumDU joins forces in partnership with a leading university in the United Kingdom

On April 28, within the framework of the all-Ukrainian program “Solidarity Initiative”, an extended online meeting of representatives of Sumy State University and the University of Liverpool was held to discuss prospects for future cooperation in the status of universities-brothers.

Serhiy LIEONOV, First Vice-Rector of Sumy State University, the Head of the Editorial Board of “Financial Markets, Institutions and Risks” Journal, Tetyana VASILYEVA,  Director of the Academic and Scientific Institute of Business, Economics and Management, Head of Centre “ARMG Publishing”, Member of the Editorial Board of “Business Ethics and Leadership” Journal Konstantin KYRYCHENKO and other representatives of SSU acquainted colleagues with scientific and educational potential, the system of student education and staff advanced training, invited Liverpool scientists to participate in international conferences organized by SSU, as well as to jointly publish materials in our scientific publications indexed by Scopus databases and Web of Science.

The intentions of the parties include joint implementation of educational programs, academic exchanges and academic mobility programs, joint research, access to modern laboratories, online courses and other resources for students, teachers and researchers.

“Such cooperation is valuable and useful for us because we know how high the level of higher education in the United Kingdom is and we strive to adopt this experience and further develop our university”, said Kostiantyn KYRYCHENKO, the Head of the International Cooperation Department.

Representatives of the University of Liverpool expressed their support for colleagues from SSU and readiness for fruitful long-term cooperation.

For information. The University of Liverpool is one of the 20 best free universities in the United Kingdom, a member of the Russell Group, ranked high in international rankings (ARWU – 101-150; THE – 178, QS – 189), some of the graduates are nine Nobel Prize winners. It enrolls 33,000 students in more than 450 programs. It has a wide range of teaching and research in a variety of fields, and the University of Liverpool Medical School, founded in 1835, is one of the largest medical schools in the United Kingdom.