The National University of Ostroh Academy is the successor of Ostroh Slavic, Greek and Latin Academy, the first higher educational establishment of the Eastern Slavs.

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The National University of Ostrog Academy cooperates with foreign educational and scientific institutions, scientists, representatives of the Ukrainian diaspora.

The National University of Ostroh Academy receive the status of autonomous research national higher educational establishment.

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Ostroh Academy University library which provides the resources for research and educational purposes, the access to the electronic catalogue of the library and foreign library networks.

Teaching and research in the National University of Ostroh Academy is organised by Faculties. There are five Faculties and I. Malynovskyi Institute of Law offering sixteen prestigious specialities.

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Ostroh Academy abounds with the projects which welcome the students willing to actively participate, reveal their creative potential and realize their selves.

Research Centres and Laboratories

I. Malynovskyi Institute of Law
  • Research Centre for the Studies of Academician I. Malynovskyi's Scientific, Educational, Public and Political Heritage.

    Contact Information:

    Address: 2 Seminarska Street, Ostroh, Rivne region
    email: pravo@oa.edu.ua, oleh.herasymchuk@oa.edu.ua
    phone: (03654) 2-39-30

    Management Information:

    Vasyl O. Popeliushko, Dr.Sc. (Law), Professor, Director of I. Malynovskyi Institute of Law

    Employee Information:

    Oleh P. Herasymchuk, Teaching and Studies Assistant Director of I. Malynovskyi Institute of Law, Cand.Sc.(Law), Associate Professor

    Nataliia L. Borzhetska, Lecturer of the Department of State Law, Postgraduate

    Objectives:

    Research into the Ostroh-born Academician I. Malynovskyi's scientific, educational, public and political heritage

    Line of Work:

    • research into I. Malynovskyi's biography
    • translations of I. Malynovskyi's papers into the modern language, their republication
    • actualization of student research into I. Malynovskyi's heritage
    • organization of research and practical events (conferences, seminars, round tables) on the works by I. Malynovskyi, and dedicated to his life
    • establishing contacts with the higher educational and research institutions abroad where Academician I. Malynovskyi used to work, etc.
  • Forensic Laboratory

    Contact Information:

    Address: 2 Seminarska Street, Ostroh, Rivne region
    email: pravo@oa.edu.ua, serhij.gongalo@oa.edu.ua
    phone: (03654) 2-39-30

    Management Information:

    Vasyl O. Popeliushko, Dr.Sc. (Law), Professor, Director of I. Malynovskyi Institute of Law

    Employee Information:

    Serhii Yo. Honhalo, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Justice and Criminal Law

    Objectives:

    Scientific and criminal inspection of documents, handwriting, theoretical aspects of criminal examination of cold arms, problematic issues of criminal tactics and methods, coordination of student criminalistic research works

    Line of Work:

    • research of expert activity in Ukraine
    • research into the capabilities of criminalistic examination of handwritten documents at the present stage of development of criminalistics and psychology, and also expert criminalistic research of traditional, analogue and modern electronic documents
    • coordination of student scientific research works in the field of modern criminalistics
  • Centre for Interactive Teaching Methods

    Contact Information:

    Address: 2 Seminarska Street, Ostroh, Rivne region
    email: pravo@oa.edu.ua
    phone: (03654) 2-39-30

    Management Information:

    Daryna O. Zinchuk, Lecturer of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law

    Objectives:

    Introduction of interactive teaching methods into the teaching process at I. Malynovskyi Institute of Law.

    Line of Work:

    • teaching and development of socially mature and creative personality;
    • providing professional education in the legal field in accordance with the requirements to practical work;
    • strengthening teaching and material resources of the National University of Ostroh Academy; foundation of I. Malynovskyi Institute of Law Resource Centre;
    • development of recommendations for the application of interactive teaching methods of teaching legal subjects;
    • support of specially equipped lecture rooms for conducting classes to the students of I. Malynovskyi Institute of Law of the National University of Ostroh Academy;
    • foundation and functioning of the discussion club;
    • conducting legal trainings;
    • organisation of master classes for the students of I. Malynovskyi Institute of Law of the National University of Ostroh Academy;
    • development and testing of experimental courses and programmes, textbooks for students majoring in law;
    • organisation support for educational and supervisor's classes with the students of I. Malynovskyi Institute of Law of the National University of Ostroh Academy.
    • research into the activities of practising lawyers, law universities and departments in terms of interactive teaching methods implementation;
    • publishing and promoting the results of work of the Centre;
    • preparing students for contests in legal subjects;
    • establishing and maintaining creative links, and cooperating with Ukrainian and foreign institutions and scholars on the matters of interactive teaching methods in universities. 
  • Laboratory of the History of Private Law

    Contact Information:

    Address: 2 Seminarska Street, Ostroh, Rivne region
    email: pravo@oa.edu.ua
    phone: (03654) 2-39-30

    Information about the Staff

    Tetiana V. Blashchuk, Associate Professor of the Department of Civil Law, Cand.Sc. (Law)

    Employee Information:

    Ruslan A. Lidovets, Head of the Department of Civil Law.

    Serhii I. Ishchuk, Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law, Cand.Sc. (Law)

    Vasyl V. Samoliuk, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law, Cand.Sc. (Law)

    Objectives:

    research into the history of private law in Ukraine and abroad

    Line of Work:

    • research into the history of private law in Ukraine and abroad, writing collective monographs
    • coordination of student research works on topical issues of civil law
    • organization of research and practice events (conferences, seminars, round tables) on the issues of the civil law
Faculty of Political Studies and Information Management
  • Centre of Political Research

    Contact Information:

    Address: 2 Seminarska Street, Ostroh, Department of Political Science
    website: cpr.oa.edu.ua
    email: kafedra.politologii@oa.edu.ua
    phone: (03654) 2-29-49

    Management Information:

    Yurii V. Matsiievskyi, Cand.Sc. (Political Sciences), Associate Professor of the Department of Political Science.

    Employee Information:

    Roman S. Martyniuk, Cand.Sc. (Political Sciences), Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law of I. Malynovskyi Institute of Law
    Contact Address: NaUOA main building
    mobile: +38 067 357-94-13
    email: mrst1974@ukr.net

    Liudmyla V. Zahrebelna, Cand.Sc. (History), Master of Political Science, Director of the Institute of Social Research, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Political Science
    Contact Address: NaUOA old monastery building
    phone /fax: (03654) 2-29-49
    email: lyudmyla.zagrebelna@oa.edu.ua

    Vitalii M. Lebediuk, Cand.Sc. (Public Administration), Master of Political Science, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Political Science
    Contact Address: NaUOA old monastery building
    work phone: (03654) 2-34-96
    mobile: +38 097 887-04-87
    email: vitalii.lebediuk@oa.edu.ua

    Objectives:

    Promotion of political researches by means of round table and other discussions, presentations and scientific events etc. with the centre workers and Ukrainian and Foreign scholars.

    Line of Work:

    fundamental and applied researches, presentation of their results to replenish public sector with the scientific product of a high quality. Under-researched topics are in the spotlight of the centre, particularly the processes of political transformations taking place during the years of Independence of Ukraine. 

Faculty of Romance and Germanic Languages
  • The Centre of Canadian Studies of the National University of Ostroh Academy

    Contact Information:

    Address: 2 Seminarska Str. Ostroh 35800
    email: csc@oa.edu.ua
    phone: (098)812 23 83, (067) 336 26 71

    Management Information:

    Valerii P. Polkovskyi, Director, PhD, Cand.Sc. (Philology), Acting Professor of the Department of Theory of Language and Literature of the National University of Ostroh Academy

    Employee Information:

    Oksana Yu. Yurieva, Lecturer of the Department of Business Communication of NaUOA, Postgraduate of the National University of Ostroh Academy
    Svitlana A. Zasiekina, Lecturer of the Department of Business Communication of NaUOA, Postgraduate of the National University of Ostroh Academy
    Iryna M. Tymeichuk, Lecturer of the Department of International Relations of NaUOA, Postgraduate of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
    Olha O. Kostiuk, Lecturer of the Department of the English Language and Literature of NaUOA, Postgraduate of the National University of Ostroh Academy

    Objectives:

    research into social and political order of Canada, its economic system, language policy and Canadian variant of the English and French languages, the system of universities, culture and literature of Canada.

    Line of Work:

    • Canadian literature in Ukraine. Responsible person: Iryna M. Tymeichuk (a research of books by Margaret Etwood).
    • Gender studies in Canada. Responsible persons: Oksana Yu. Yurieva and Olha O. Kostiuk.
    • Religious tolerance in Canada. Responsible person: Svitlana A. Zasiekina.
    • Resource support of the library of the National university of Ostroh Academy, creation of the Canadiana section.
    • Ukrainian in Ukraine and in Canada: Functioning Peculiarities. Responsible person: Valerii P. Polkovskyi, PhD.
    • Organisation of the Canadian studies international conference with the assistance of leading Canadian studies specialists of Canada and Ukraine, and Ukrainian studies specialists from Canada and other countries.
  • LEXILAB Lexicographical Laboratory

    Contact Information:

    Address: LEXILAB, NaUOA, 2 Seminarska Street, Ostroh, Rivne region, Ukraine 35800
    website: lexilab.oa.edu.ua
    phone: (03654) 3-02-58
    email: LexiLab@oa.edu.ua, lesya.kotsyuk@oa.edu.ua

    Management Information:

    Lesia M. Kotsiuk, Cand.Sc. (Philology), Associate Professor

    Employee Information:

    Halyna M. Yavorska, Dr.Sc. (Philology), Professor
    Halyna V. Kraichynska, Cand.Sc. (Philology), Associate Professor
    Svitlana V. Novoseletska, Cand.Sc. (Psychology), Associate Professor
    Inna V. Kovalchuk,Cand.Sc. (Psychology), Associate Professor
    Viktorria L. Polishchuk, Cand.Sc. (Philology), Senior Lecturer
    Taras A. Bereza, translator, writer, freelancer ( Lviv)
    Nataliia D. Deriabina, 1st category teacher of English, Rivne evening school, regional eidetics trainer
    Olha S. Lysenko, Postgraduate of the Department of Linguistics
    Dina V. Panasiuk, Postgraduate of the Department of Linguistics
    Olena V Tyshko, Postgraduate of the Department of Linguistics
    Olha O. Pelypenko, Senior Lecturer

    Objectives:

    research into, implementation and support of the content, methods, technologies and means of modern lexicography, terminology and corpus linguistics.

    Line of Work:

    • accumulation of text material (corpus creation) to supply examples for lexicographical works and for educational and translation goals; creation of a database of electronic and printed dictionaries of different types;
    • incorporation of research works of LEXILAB into the teaching process of the Faculty of Romance and Germanic Languages (special courses, seminars, student and postgraduate student research works);
    • the study of the national and foreign experience of developing research systems in the domain of lexicology, lexicography, corpus linguistics, terminology, terminography; implementation of pedagogical innovations and educational technologies, research achievements and advanced ideas.
    • compilation of dictionaries by one or several authors, dictionaries by the authors of one literary style or time span, educational dictionaries for schools and universities, terminology dictionaries and lexicographical data bases for automated translation systems and electronic dictionaries;
    • creation of student research groups Lexicographic Research Aspects of Modern English (German, French, Spanish, Polish, Ukrainian) and Language Ecology and Language and Country Studies. The group members will participate in student research conferences, will conduct researches in the above mentioned areas, will organize and participate in practical seminars.
Faculty of International Relations
  • Research Laboratory for the Study of International Relations in Central and Eastern Europe in the 20th-21st Centuries attached to the Department of Country Studies

    Contact Information:

    Address: 2 Seminarska Str. Ostroh 35800
    email: mv_oa@ukr.net
    phone/fax: +38 (03654) 3-08-32, +38 (03654) 2-29-49

    Information about the Staff

    Petro M. Kulakovskyi, Head of the Department of Country Studies, Dr.Sc. (History), Professor.

    Employee Information:

    Petro M. Kulakovskyi, Head of the Department of Country Studies, Dr.Sc. (History), Professor;
    Viktor V. Pavliuk, Professor of the Department of Country Studies, Cand.Sc. (History);
    Ivan H. Shyshkin, Acting Associate Professor of the Department of Country Studies, Cand.Sc. (History);
    Tetiana V. Sydoruk, Associate Professor of the Department of Country Studies, Cand.Sc. (History);
    Olena H. Podvorna, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Country Studies, Cand.Sc. (Political Science);
    Tetiana V. Kovalchuk, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Country Studies, Cand.Sc. (History).

    Objectives:

    To analyse the formation of Central and Eastern Europe political map in the context of interstate relationships and to indicate the main development tendencies of interstate relationship system in the region; research into the role of the Great Powers' diplomacy in this process.

    Line of Work:

    The laboratory is working on researches into international relationship in Central and Eastern Europe in the 20th-21st centuries.

  • NaUOA Institute for the Ukrainian Diaspora Studies

    Contact Infromation:

    Address: 2 Seminarska Street, Ostroh, 2 Seminarska Street (NaUOA Academic Library);
    email: diaspora@oa.edu.ua
    phone: (03654) 2-29-49

    Management Information:

    Alla Ye. Atamanenko, Dr.Sc. (History), Professor, Director of NaUOA Institute for the Ukrainian Diaspora Studies.

    Employee Information:

    Iryna O. Rybachok, кCand.Sc. (History), Specialist of Academic Affairs.
    Ivan S. Lohvyn, фSpecialist of Academic Affairs.

    Objectives:

    the study of life, activities, creative and scientific works of Ukrainians living abroad; the development and extension of scientific and cultural links with Ukrainians living abroad.

    Line of Work:

    • theoretic and practical exploration of scientific issues related to studying different aspects of Ukrainian diaspora, preparation of research works on diaspora (student and Master papers, doctoral theses);
    • publishing collected scientific papers, monographs and reference books, monuments of the Ukrainian diaspora historiography and sources on the history of Ukrainians living abroad;
    • organizing and conducting research conferences and seminars on the issues of the Ukrainian diaspora studies;
    • assisting in the development of university teaching programmes and curricula on the aspects of life and activities of Ukrainian diaspora;
    • preparing textbooks for secondary schools and higher education establishments;
    • carrying out presentation of research publications on the issues of the Ukrainian diaspora studies by Ukrainian and foreign authors;
    • assisting in involving guest diaspora scholars in teaching at the National University of Ostroh Academy;
    • cooperation with Ukrainian research institutions and universities in Ukraine and abroad;
    • Amassing the academic library and archives.  
Faculty of Humanities
  • The Ostroh Neograph Lexicographical Laboratory

    Contact Infromation:

    The National University of Ostroh Academy 2 Seminarska Str. Ostroh, Rivne region, Ukraine 35800

    e-mail: ostroh.neohraf@oa.edu.ua

    Management Information:

    Halyna M. Vokalchuk, Dr.Sc. (Philology), Professor

    Deputy Manager:

    Vitalii V. Maksymchuk, Postgraduate, Lecturer

    Employee Information:

    Larysa S. Minich, Cand.Sc. (Philology), Associate Professor
    Yuliia P. Maslova, Cand.Sc. (Philology), Associate Professor
    Vitalii V. Maksymchuk, Postgraduate, Lecturer
    Oksana H. Polishchuk, Postgraduate
    Zoriana Shostuik, Senior assistant of the Department of the Ukrainian Language and Literature
    Halyna Maksymchuk, Master student
    Nataliia Shevchuk, Master student
    Mariia Lopanchuk, student

    Objectives:

    зcarrying out researches into the Ukrainian lexicography, neology and neography in accordance with the requirements of modern linguistics, searching for the ways of solving strategic issues within the general research concept of the national education and development of the National University of Ostroh Academy as a self-governing (autonomous) national research university (in accordance with the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated 29 July 2009).

    Line of Work:

    • to form an electronic empirical resource database intended to be used to compile the Dictionary of Author's Neologisms In Ukrainian Poetry of the 20th Century;
    • to research into the neological activity of the most "neologically productive" poets of the 20th-21st centuries;
    • to analyse lexico-semantic peculiarities of units of author's individual nomination as specific representations of national linguistic and poetic picture of the world;
    • to research into psycholinguistic bases for creation of author's individual neologisms and their role in self-actualization of Ukrainian linguistically creative individual;
    • to substantiate theoretic bases for compilation of dictionaries of author's neologisms of various kinds;
    • to compile and publish general and individual dictionaries of Author's Neologisms of Ukrainian Poetry of 19th-20th Century;
    • to publish editions of lexicographic series Ukrainian Author's Individual Neography (regularly published by the National University of Ostroh Academy beginning from 2007; executive editor:, Halyna M. Vokalchuk, Professor, Dr.Sc. (Philology).

     

  • Center for Islamic Studies

    Contact Infromation:

    Head of the Center: Mykhaylo Yakubovych, PhD in History (Religious Studies), Associate Professor of the Faculty of Humanities
    For further inquiries, please e-mail to: mykhaylo.yakubovych@oa.edu.ua

    Brief history of

    Center for Islamic Studies of the Ostroh Academy National University was established by September, 2015. The main aim of the Center is the research on the Islamic heritage of the Western Ukraine, especially in relation to the local Tatar Muslim communities (including the community of Ostroh, existed for more than 500 years). One of the other priority fields of study is the Islamic intellectual tradition in the Ukrainian lands under the Crimean Khanate, including the research on the respective Arabic and Ottoman manuscripts. The first step which is currently in action for the Center development is the creation of the special resource room in order to gather the available material on the history of Islam in Ukraine. The Center already started to set close research ties with the most advanced Islamic Studies institutions from Ukraine and abroad.

    Areas of activity

    Among the activities of the Center, one of the most important projects is the translation, edition and publishing of the Islamic primary sources into the Ukrainian language, including both the sacred texts as well as the Post-Classical and Modern writings.