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.


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


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 and Institutes. There are two Faculties and three Educational and Scientific Institutes offering sixteen prestigious specialities.


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


The National University of Ostroh Academy invites foreigners to become students of one of the most prestigious educational institution. More information can be found here.

A meeting with the International Relations Department

June 03, 2021

On June 3, representatives of international relations department of the NUOA once again held a presentation "Actual opportunities for students". During the informal meeting, they talked about the prospects of studying abroad, summer schools, volunteering, internship and other international opportunities.

During the meeting, students learned about:

  • up-to-date opportunities during the holidays;
  • tips and tricks for successful participation in a competition;
  • participation in exchange programs;
  • individual mobility options.

Anyone could ask any questions, as well as learn about other educational opportunities offered by NUOA. In addition, DIR staff shared resources where you can find useful information.

"We are always ready to help anyone who applies for international programs. We remind that you can get acquainted with current information about foreign opportunities on the website of the Ostroh Academy,”

says Alona Stryhul, DIR employee.