Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design




Associate Professor, PhD in Economics, Director of Institute of Law and Modern Technologies

Address01011 Kyiv, Mala Shyianovska (Nemyrovycha-Danchenka) Street, 2, building 4, cabinet 4-0216

Phone number/Fax+38044-256-21-43

e-mail: [email protected]

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The staff of Institute of Law and Modern Technologies

Associate director


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Associate director

Nataliіa Fastovets

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Counselor with Category A

Natalia Abrinova

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Counselor with Category A

Anna Sinilkina

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Counselor with Category В

Svitlana Yerhakova

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About the Institute

The institute's mission is to meet the population needs in training competitive specialists in the field of education, private and public law, philology and translation, physical culture and sports; as well as in active participating in everybody’s personal development, his upbringing and improvement of abilities.

Our goal is to teach and educate young people, develop the potential, creative abilities and an active social position of the participants of the educational process.

Our tasks are the following:

‒ to provide high-quality training for specialists in secondary education (the English language, the Ukrainian language); physical education and sports; politology; law and philology;

‒ to develop scientific research in the field of education, humanitarian sciences, law and political science, transfer of technologies and innovations to the real sector of the economy;

‒ to internationally integrate scientific and educational activities of the faculty through participation in international educational and scientific projects, competitions, exhibitions in the field of education, private and public law, philology and translation, physical culture and sports, academic mobility, publishing activity, etc.


Сode of speciality /program subject area

Name of the educational program

Graduating department

Bachelor’s degree



Secondary education: English language and literature




Ukrainian language and literature and English philological studies



Physical culture and sports

Fitness and recreation




English language: translation in business communications




Political Science and Public Communications




Social Communications




Economic and legal activity


Master's Degree



Economic and legal activity











A lawyer is a specialist who has knowledge in the field of jurisprudence (legislation and practice of its application). The main advantage is the high level of demand for such specialists, and the versatility of the profession allows you to find work in any field of social activity. Graduates of the educational program "Economic and Legal Activity" receive in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of foreign economic activity of economic entities, the legal basis of economic activity, protection of intellectual and industrial property rights.



A translator (as well as an interpreter) is a prestigious profession. Graduates of the educational program “The English language: Translation in Business Communications” are competitive professionals with in-depth knowledge, general and professional competencies in the humanities in the specialty 035 “Philology” - translation in business communications from English into Ukrainian and vice versa. oral and written forms. Highly qualified translators (interpreters) are able to analyse, organize and conduct interlingual and intercultural communication of business partners, plan and execute successful complex translation projects. The main goals of the proposed program are to form specialists whose worldviews are based on humanistic and national ideals and civic values and who are able to solve complex specialized problems and practical problems in the field of Germanic philology in the process of professional activity and training. Bachelors of Philology work as translators, interpreters, translation editors, translator-consultants, foreign correspondents, interpreters at international conferences, guide-interpreters, heads of the translation department, specialists of the advertising and public relations department.


A teacher is an actual and prestigious profession today, as globalization processes in the modern world require intercultural communication in foreign languages, especially in English. The aim of the educational program "Secondary Education: English Language and Literature" and «Ukrainian language and literature and English philological studies» are to train highly qualified competitive professionals with deep general knowledge and fundamental theoretical basis in professional disciplines, practical skills and abilities to use the newest study technologies, capable of creative teaching, continuous self-education and professional self-improvement. The main objectives of the program are: training of specialists who are able to solve complex specialized problems of educational, methodological, organizational work related to teaching of English language and literature in modern general secondary education institutions. The features of the program include improving the acquired competencies in the field of English, literature, pedagogy and teaching methods, psychology for the formation of intellectual mobility as an integrative quality of a competitive in the labor market specialist with high-level creative potential.

Graduates can hold teaching positions in general secondary education institutions, extracurricular education institutions, print and electronic media, various funds, unions, humanitarian foundations, museums, art and cultural centers.


Profession of a political scientist is needed in the field of activities of public authorities, local self-government bodies, public, political and self-government organizations, commercial structures, international organizations, and in research institutions.

The purpose of the educational program is to train highly qualified competitive political scientists, who are aware of basic knowledge and general and professional competences in the field of political science and public communications, who are able to apply quantitative and qualitative methods of research, technologies and tools for the analysis of the political sphere in the process of planning and conducting communicative events and dialogues between actors and institutions, political subjects of public authorities and the public at the local, national and global level (politics, policy, polity).

The main goals of the program are the formation of a conscious political elite, the education of a new generation of young politicians on the basis of national and patriotic values, providing them with the necessary knowledge about ways to realize their leadership qualities in the conditions of modern political life in Ukraine.


Sociologist is the most modern profession on the labor market. Sociology is a specialty for ambitious and creative young people who keep up with the times. A professional sociologist, as a specialist who understands social problems and processes, is in demand todаy in all areas of society - from the research work and teaching to public service, marketing and advertising.

People of this specialty work with the data that make it possible to assess the state of society and its development prospects.

The purpose of the educational program is professional training of highly qualified sociologists who are aware of the basic categorical-conceptual and analytical-research apparatus of sociological science, knowledge of sociological theory and practice that can be applied for sociological analysis of trends in the development of social communications; development of creative and practical projects in the field of social communications; expert-analytical, political-communicative, organizational, consulting and public activities.


Recreation specialist (fitness coach) is a specialist who teaches programs for recreation, health and beauty to various groups of the population. Responsibilities include showing physical exercises, monitoring their performance and the physical condition of those involved. To do this, he must be able to rationally plan both fitness lessons and preparation for them, taking into account the age and other characteristics of the contingent. He must know the anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, pedagogical and psychological features of the educational and training process, as well as how to distribute the load in certain cases. Specialists are trained in the specialty 017 "Physical Culture and Sports", educational program "Fitness and Recreation.



In order to improve the scientific and methodological support, organizational work and further development of new forms of education for full-time students at the university, a correspondence faculty was established. The first dean was Mina Glushchenko from 1957 to 1970.  From 1970 to 1981 the faculty was headed by Pavlo Yemets.

The further history of the correspondence faculty is non-linear and difficult – the faculty was reformed and transformed. In accordance with the order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine dated 08.12.2000 № 557 correspondence faculty was renamed into the Institute of Distance Education (hereinafter – IDE) that was headed by Anatoly Klymenko from 1982 to 2011. In order to introduce the latest educational information technologies in the process of obtaining education on the basis of IDE in 2008 the Center for Distance Education (hereinafter - CDE) was established, a significant contribution to the development of which was made by the first head – Borys Zlotenko. According to the order of the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine № 732 dated 22.07.2010 "On the introduction of a pedagogical experiment on distance learning at Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design", CDE received a permission to provide educational services by distance education.

From April 2011 to September 2014, IDE was headed by Iryna Tarasenko. In April 2014, IDE was renamed the Institute of Modern Learning Technologies (hereinafter - IMLT).

In September 2014, Tatiana  Vlasyuk was appointed the Director of IMLT. In April 2015, the Institute of Modern Learning Technologies was renamed the Educational and Scientific Institute of Modern Learning Technologies. In September 2021, the Academic Council of the University decided to rename the institute into the Institute of Law and Modern Learning Technologies. After the reorganization, the institute includes the following departments:

  • Private and public law;
  • Philology and translation;  
  • Physical education and health.





Research supervisor - Yuriy Onishchyk, Doctor of Law, Professor

Department of private and public law

Modern methods for teaching foreign languages as a means of forming foreign language communicative competence of students of non-language institutions of higher education

Modern aspects of translation and philology in the context of business communications and secondary education

Research supervisor - Yelizaveta Isakova, PhD in Philology, associate professor

Department of Philology and Translation

Forming a healthy lifestyle of student youth in the process of physical education

Research supervisor - Liliya Tomich, PhD in Medical Sciences, Associate Professor

Department of physical education and health


The feature of the educational work of the Institute of Law and Modern Technologies is that a unique environment has been created as part of the cooperation between students and teachers – a progressive student society that contributes to the effective process of forming a developed responsible personality. The students of the Institute actively participate in scientific competitions, research work of the departments, organisation of conferences and round tables, preparation of holidays, which undoubtedly contributes to the image of the Institute and the University.



Every year, the departments hold scientific and practical conferences, olympiads, and interdepartmental scientific seminars, during which students gain experience in research work and solving topical issues and non-standard problem situations.

  • International Scientific Conference “Dialogue of Cultures in the European Education Area” (initiated in 2016)


  • All-Ukrainian Scientific and Practical Conference “Innovative Trends in Training Specialists in a Multicultural and Multilingual Globalised World” (initiated in 2015)




  • All-Ukrainian Scientific and Practical Conference “Problems of Exercising the Rights, Freedoms and Legitimate Interests of Legal Entities in Ukraine” (initiated in 2023)



  • Interdepartmental scientific seminar dedicated to the Advocacy Day of Ukraine “Advocates’ Speech 2023” (initiated in 2021)


Every year in the spring and autumn semesters, the Department of Philology and Translation holds an educational, organisational, cultural and educational event called the Foreign Languages Week, which includes sections of the English, German, French, Slovak and Italian languages. The Foreign Languages Week includes thematic classes on the culture and history of different countries, creative events, quizzes, competitions, presentations and reports made by students.




Student research papers annually win prizes and special awards at competitions and contests of student research papers at various levels:

  • Essay competition “Protection of Students’ Rights in Administrative Courts”, held by the Administrative Court of Cassation as part of the Supreme Court on the occasion of the Days of Administrative Justice of Ukraine;
  • All-Ukrainian Youth Competition “Legal Education of the Future” supported by the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Ukraine, the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine: the Council of Young Lawyers of Ukraine, the Institute of Political, Legal and Religious Studies, Municipal extracurricular school “Kyiv Youth Academy of Sciences”, and the Analytical Centre for Education Quality;
  • All-Ukrainian Competition “The Best Research Paper on Municipal Law”, supported by the USAID Project “Improved Municipal Performance and Accountability” (HOVERLA);
  • Essay competition “I have the right to...” organised by the Council of Young Lawyers of Ukraine in cooperation with the Department of Youth and Sports of Kyiv;
  • The School of Legal Design Certificate Programme supported by the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the Justice for All Program.




Students of the Institute annually take part in the startup competition held within the framework of the All-Ukrainian Conference of Higher Education Seekers and Young Scientists “Innovation in Education, Science and Business: Challenges and Opportunities”. In 2023, the startup project “Enotebook” became the winner of the competition (authors: D. Bolshak, S. Avramenko, A. Konovaliuk, V. Khomenko, K. Sharuda, supervisor: Associate Professor K. Kugai).



The best students of the Institute have the opportunity to receive personalised scholarships of the President of Ukraine, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, and the Kyiv Mayor’s scholarship.

Students of the Institute annually undergo practical training in leading institutions (organisations, enterprises) of Ukraine:

Commercial Court of Ukraine Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Kyiv Court of Appeal Ukrainian State Centre for Extracurricular Education
State Judicial Administration of Ukraine Central Interregional Department of the Ministry of Justice (Kyiv)
Family Centre of Solomianskyi District State Administration in Kyiv “Zolota Seredyna” LLC

Athletic club “Tonus”

NGO “Kettlebell Lifting Federation of Ukraine”

Charitable Foundation “Skhid SOS”

Private school and sports centre “Master Fit” LLC

Children and youth sports school No. 1, Kyiv

Sports club “Avatar-Sport”

School of foreign languages «RACCOON SCHOOL» Optima Education Centre LLC
NGO First Football Academy “Football Stars” BELEMA TRADE LLC
Pechersk Gymnasium No. 75 in the Pechersk district of Kyiv Taras Shevchenko Gymnasium No. 109 in the Pechersk district of Kyiv
NGO “Laboratory of Legal Design” National network for the development of local philanthropy ("Philanthropists")


The educational work of the Institute is aimed at developing students’ understanding of the fateful events and tragic pages in the history of the Ukrainian people, fostering a sense of national dignity, patriotism, tolerance, instilling love for the native land, traditions, customs, rituals, and spiritual culture of the Ukrainian people. The student and teaching community of the Institute nurtures aesthetic feelings, promotes the level of artistic and aesthetic education, the development of artistic taste, creative imagination, creativity, the dissemination of socio-humanitarian knowledge and new scientific ideas. Students are happy to take part in the work of the University’s amateur clubs, various festivals and competitions of student creativity. With the support of the University management and student self-government, students of the Institute actively travel around the country, discovering new cities and regions.





The Institute’s community is grateful to the defenders of Ukraine for the opportunity to continue our studies and work. Thank you for your invaluable role in protecting our country and our values. Your fearless fight for our future inspires us to new achievements. We are doing our best to help you in any way we can. At the initiative of the student community, together with the Progressive Ukraine Charitable Foundation and volunteers from Chernihiv, charity fundraisers were held to purchase a drone and its additional components (batteries, antenna) for the military unit where a student of the Department of Physical Education and Health is fighting, as well as winter equipment for our military. Students of the Institute also join the volunteers of the “Delicacies for the Armed Forces” movement in preparing ingredients, packing and packaging sets of nuts and dried fruits in dry rations for the soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which is held on the initiative of the student government and the management of the Faculty of Management and Business Design.




The staff of the Institute implements cooperation agreements with foreign higher education institutions and organisations and Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design in the scientific, academic and cultural spheres, which involves the development of contacts between academic staff and students through the mutual exchange of teachers to deliver lectures; mutual exchange of scientists for research, participation in scientific conferences; preparation of joint publications and other works based on the results of scientific research; mutual exchange of experience in organising the educational process, curricula in similar specialities in the context of the Bologna Process; mutual exchange of students; joint implementation of research projects; mutual exchange of scientific and educational literature.



The Department’s research achievements are made possible through cooperation with organisations and institutions of higher education and scientific institutions in Poland, Lithuania, Slovakia, Azerbaijan, and the United States of America, with which cooperation agreements have been concluded.

Adam Mickiewicz University 

Poznań (Poland)


Baku Slavic University



NGO International Cultural and Educational Association



Academy of Management and Administration in Opole



Lithuanian Business College

(Klaipeda, Lithuania)


International Academy of Applied Sciences in Lomža  



European Institute of Continuing Education

(Podhajská, Slovak Republic)


Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

(Radom, Poland)



As part of the agreements, the students completed an internship under the academic mobility programme:

at the International Academy of Applied Sciences in Lomža under the programme “Law” (2022) – 39 students majoring in 081 Law, 13 students majoring in 035 Philology, 1 student majoring in 017 Physical Culture and Sports;

at the Academy of Applied Sciences of the University of Management and Administration in Opole (2023) under the programme “Sports and Tourism Management” – 27 students majoring in 017 “Physical Culture and Sports”;

at the Academy of Applied Sciences of the University of Management and Administration in Opole (2023) under the programme “Fundamentals of International Law” – 22 students majoring in 081 “Law”, 4 students majoring in 052 “Political Science”.

In order to improve the quality of the educational process and promote the internationalisation of higher education, the Institute regularly holds lectures and other educational events with the involvement of foreign and domestic experts and business representatives as part of international cooperation in science and education.

In 2023-2024, the following speakers delivered their lecturers to the Institute’s students:

Anna Vnukova, lawyer at Leech Tishman, LLM candidate (Master of Laws, 2023), from the University of Pittsburgh, USA (11.04.2023);

Natalia Juhan, intern at the Institute of Germanic Studies at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany (29.04.2023, 31.10.2023);

Halyna Yurovska, judge of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine (14.09.2023);

Elena Marina, employee of the Council for Education and Training, County Kerry, Ireland (08.09.2023);

Guido Palazzo, Professor of Business Ethics at the University of Lausanne (31.10.2023);

Piotr Jerzy Paczoski, Honorary Doctor of the Wroclaw University of Economics, Advisor to the Mayor of Jelenia Góra, Republic of Poland (02.11.2023);

Olexander Bujčík, Doctor of Economics, Director of Science at Tuculart Holding (Czech Republic) and the European Institute for the Development of Innovations, Editor-in-Chief of the European Scientific Journal “Clironomia” (02.11.2023);

Yulia Vnukova, teacher of the Swiss organisation “Verein swiss bridge of Ukraine” (03.11.2023);

Volodymyr Sayenko, PhD in Physical Education and Sports, Doctor of Science in Public Administration, Professor, International Master of Sports in Karate, national category judge in Kyokushinkai Karate, Professor at the Academy of Applied Sciences of the Higher School of Management and Administration in Opole (20.11-30.11.2023);

Mykola Ohienko, PhD in Engineering, Doctor of Economics, Professor, Professor at the Academy of Applied Sciences of the Higher School of Management and Administration in Opole (20.11-30.11.2023);

Joanna Riszka, PhD, Professor at the Academy of Applied Sciences of the Higher School of Management and Administration in Opole (24.11-04.12.2023);

Vlastimil Vicen, Associate Professor, JUDr. (Doctor of Law), engineer, Doctor of Philosophy, MBA, LLM, Head of the Department of Administrative and European Law, University of Economics and Management in Bratislava (Vysoká škola ekonómie a manažmentu v Bratislave), Bratislava, Slovak Republic (27.11.2023);

Alexander Akhieser, attorney, registered patent attorney at Foley Hoag LLP (Boston, MA, USA), who is ranked in The Best Lawyers in America (patent law) (25.01.2024);

Charles C. Whitehead, Professor of Business Law at Myron C. Taylor Cornell Law School, J.D., founding director of the Law, Technology and Entrepreneurship Programme at Cornell University (31.01.2024);

Michael Patsan, investor, entrepreneur, recognised expert in international financial markets and cryptocurrencies, founder of the Web3 University of the Professions of the Future “Learn to Earn Global” and the blockchain platform “Amsets” (14.02.2024).



The set tasks and plans will unlock the resource potential and ensure maximum efficiency of the Institute, intensify the intellectual and creative activity of the academic staff to improve the education process, which will be the key to the future success of young professionals, and thus contribute to the University’s authority in the educational services market and recognition by the world scientific community.