Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design


Faculty of Mechatronics and Computer Technologies

Volodymyr PAVLENKO, PhD, Associate Professor,

Dean of the Faculty of MCT


Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design
Faculty of Mechatronics and Computer Technologies
2, Nemirovicha-Danchenko St.
Kyiv 01011
Faculty Office: 1-0354

Phone numbers: +38044-280-53-42, +38044256-29-15

e-mail: [email protected]

Admissions Committee of the Faculty: +380(63)-439-83-49
Monday through Friday
10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.


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General information about the Faculty
The mission and purpose of the Faculty

The mission of the Faculty:

formation of the national engineering elite that has a creative resource for creating and maintaining its own image and building a favorable innovative technical environment both in Ukraine and abroad.

The purpose of the Faculty:

  • to ensure the high quality of providing educational services based on student-centered learning and maximize the opportunity for students to obtain their first jobs taking into account the requirements and expectations of potential employers, as well as the constant improvement of the scientific, educational-methodical and professional-pedagogical level of the Faculty’s teaching staff;
  • to strengthen the theoretical and professional training of graduates, form their unique competencies in the conditions of growing competition in the market of educational services thanks to the introduction of educational programs of the new generation, which are competitive in the modern European space of higher education and meet the demands of stakeholders;
  • to form students’ professionally oriented foreign language communicative competence in accordance with the European levels of foreign language proficiency;
  • to ensure access to leading positions in the world educational and professional sphere and integration with the world scientific and educational society, carefully preserving national and corporate achievements, values and traditions developed at the departments of the Faculty and at the University.

The Faculty of Mechatronics and Computer Technologies is one of the largest in the University. Training is carried out according to modern educational programs based on innovative approaches, technologies, and teaching methods.

The Faculty is an active center of scientific and research activities, it constantly develops the personnel potential and is also the initiator of the creation of platforms for scientific discussions and the development of innovative projects.

Specialties and educational programs of the Faculty


Bachelor’s degree

131 «Applied mechanics» (educational program «Applied mechanics»)

133 «Industrial engineering» (educational program «Mechanical engineering»)

Masters degree

131 «Applied mechanics» (educational program «Mechatronics and robotics»)

133 «Industrial engineering» (educational program «Industrial Engineering»)

Doctor of Philosophy

133 «Industrial engineering» (educational program «Industrial  engineering»)



Bachelor’s degree

122 «Computer science» (educational program «Computer science»)

125 «Cybersecurity» (educational program «Cybersecurity engineering»)

Master’s degree

122 «Computer science» (educational programs «Computer science», «Artificial intelligence technologies»)

Doctor of Philosophy

122 «Computer science» (educational program «Computer science»)



Bachelor’s degree

121 «Software engineering» (educational program «Software engineering»)

126 «Information systems and technologies» (educational program «IT project management»)

151 «Automation and computer-integrated technologies» (educational program «Automation and computer-integrated technologies»)

Master’s degree

151 «Automation and computer-integrated technologies» (educational program «Automation and computer-integrated technologies»)


Full-time course length:

bachelor’s degree – 3 years and 10 months;

master’s degree – 1 year and 4 months;

doctor of philosophy – 4 years.

History of the Faculty of Mechatronics and Computer Technologies


International Cooperation

At the Faculty, great attention is always paid to the training of specialists for foreign countries. More than 1,000 students from the Czech Republic, Jordan, Poland, Germany, Hungary, Vietnam, Madagascar, China, Moldova, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkey, and other countries of the world received diplomas in engineering specialties of the Faculty.

Ukraine’s accession to the Bologna agreement enabled students of the Faculty to continue their studies in higher education institutions in Europe, in particular in the Czech Republic and Poland. Protocols on cooperation with the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of Liberec Technical University and Lublin Polytechnic (Poland) were signed, in which joint areas of educational and scientific activity are defined.

Memorandums of cooperation were signed with the company “Camozzi” (Italy) and “TuranElectric” (Turkey).

Since 2016, the International Scientific and Practical Conference “Mechatronic Systems: Innovations and Engineering (MSIE)” has been held on the basis of the Faculty, in which our colleagues from the United States of America, Poland, Turkey, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and other countries of the world traditionally participate.

Student Activists

The students were always not indifferent to the events of the Faculty and the University. Over the last 5 years, the student self-government unit, which includes the most active students, has been actively operating at the Faculty.

The student self-government is engaged in conducting additional classes for students (underachievers), conducting charity events, evenings of rest, and conferences. Members of the self-government are members of the Academic Council and the scholarship committee of the Faculty.

The Faculty is developing the program “On the organization of sports and health work” to increase the level of involvement of student youth in sports and health activities, the results of the performances of the University”s national teams at all-Ukrainian competitions, and the level of motivation of students’ participation in such events.

The Faculty conducts work on national and patriotic education. Several students were participants in the anti-terrorist operation in the east of Ukraine. Student activists regularly organize and conduct mass cultural events in which students of the Faculty participate.