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Alfred Nobel University


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About University


Dnipropetrovsk University of Alfred Nobel – Ukrainian private higher educational institution.

Was founded in 1993 as the Dnipropetrovsk Academy of Management, Business, and Law. Since October 2010, bears the name Alfred Nobel.

Alfred Nobel University is a private Higher Education institution and has been providing educational services since 1993.  Alfred Nobel University is licensed by the Ministry of Education in Ukraine and has the fourth level of accreditation (the highest level of accreditation granted in Ukraine).

Alfred Nobel University offers a wide range of educational degrees: bachelor’s, specialist, and masters.

Training is conducted in the following fields:  economics, finance and banking, accounting, management, marketing, merchandising, commercial business, philology, legal studies, psychology, and social pedagogy.

Alfred Nobel University has a team of highly qualified teachers.  The academic staff consists of 97 people with Ph.D. degrees, among these people 17 are Full Professors and 80 people are Associate Professors.

International Accreditation


On July 18, 2016, at the meeting of the ZEvA’s Commission for International Affairs, a positive decision was made regarding the international accreditation of 11 Bachelor and 14 Master programs of Alfred Nobel University, which acknowledges their full compliance with the international quality standards of higher education.

Student Mobility


Alfred Nobel University ensures the active participation of its students in international exchange programs with European universities:

  • University of Cadiz (Andalusia, Spain)
  • Higher School of Labour Safety Management (Katowice, Poland)
  • University of Silesia (Katowice, Poland)
  • Kozminski University (Warsaw, Poland)
  • Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu – National-Louis University (Nowy Sacz, Poland)
  • Language School «VARIA» (Poland)
  • University of Rzeszów (Poland)
  • «JFT Technologies» (Germany)
  • Technical University Brandenburg (Germany)
  • University of Mitzpe Ramon (Israel)
  • University of Rijeka (Croatia)                
  • Lauder Business School (Austria)



The hostel buildings are of a modern block type and consist of rooms for 2-3 students with all the necessary conveniences. All rooms are well-organized and furnished with a bed, a desk, and a chair, provided with cold and hot running water, central heating, Internet access, and suitable lighting for both study and relaxation. The territory of the hostels is protected and patrolled by officers of guard service. In the hostel, each room is attached to the kitchen suitable for students to cook food to their own taste. Students will need to supply their kitchen utensils.

Meals and provisions may be bought from various shops and supermarkets around. There are also several student canteens and cafes on the territory of the academy. 

Living in a hostel you’ll combine the convenience of living near academic buildings, the access to programs and services which help you develop academically, the opportunity to build lasting friendship relations, and comfortable, affordable living.

Off-campus accommodation can be obtained in the nearby apartments. Available apartments and houses are furnished and vary in size, number of conveniences, and cost.

International Nobel Congresses


International Nobel Congresses have been held at Alfred Nobel University since 2008.

  • The First Nobel Economic Forum “The Global Economy of the XXI century: Cycles and Crises” was held on 11–13 September 2008 and welcomed more than one hundred participants from different regions of Ukraine, Romania, Russia, the USA, and Poland. In the course of four plenary sessions and two workshop sessions participants discussed global issues of cyclical development, the forecast of the development of world civilization up to 2050, the transformation of economic, social, and cultural dimensions, the philosophy of modern society, and the human factor in economic development, globalization, and regionalism, etc.
  • The Second Nobel International Economic Forum “The World Economy in the XXI Century: Cycles and Crises” held on 19–22 May 2010 was devoted to general problems, determined by the motto: Innovation as a basis for overcoming the global crisis. Its goals were attracting young people to research the economies of countries on the basis of the work of Nobel laureates, and forging real creative contacts between young researchers from around the world. The forum combined the intellectual efforts of over 200 participants from all over Ukraine, as well as the CIS and foreign countries: Russia, Poland, the USA, Germany, Austria, Romania, Armenia, Italy, France, Spain, Oman, and other countries. The central question of the forum was the problem of using fundamental innovations as a basis for overcoming the consequences of the economic crisis in the context of the ideas of Friedrich von Hayek, Nobel Laureate in Economics in 1974.
  • The Third Nobel International Economic Forum was held in 2012. Its plenary sessions and sections were devoted to the discussion of the pressing topic “The Role of Economic Science in Forming National Strategies”. The main speakers were Alexander Ermolaev director, of the National Institute of Strategic Studies under the president of Ukraine), Grzegorz Kołodko (former deputy prime minister of the Republic of Poland, professor of Economics, director of the Research Institute for “TIGER” Kozminski University, Warsaw), Max Alier (official representative of the IMF in Ukraine) and other leaders of national economic institutions and some of the world’s most eminent economists, from Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Romania, Poland, Montenegro”. 
  • The Fourth Nobel International Economic Forum was held in 2014. More than 120 scientists from nine countries (Kazakhstan, Belarus, Poland, Russia, Austria, Sweden, India, the USA, and Ukraine) provided materials. The congress was divided in two areas: the real and the virtual. The virtual part was the transcontinental online workshop “Modern Education: Challenges of the cross-cultural communication” (Ukraine – USA) with Dr. J. Johnson (Walden University, USA), Dr. Svetlana Buko (Ukraine), and (over Skype ) Dr. Boyd Johnson (Illinois, USA). Events of this seminar were important for students of international economics English programs, as well as for other economic areas.
  • The Fifth International Nobel Congress devoted to “Peacebuilding and educational mission of Nobel Laureates in Modern Global Conditions” was held in 2016. The Congress started precisely on September 21 — the International Day of Peace — as its mission is to achieve peace-building and education goals. According to the decision of the university’s Academic Council the ceremonial conferral of the title of and attributes of the emeritus professors of Alfred Nobel University took place on September 22, 2016, during the ceremony at the memorial park complex “Alfred Nobel Planet”. The title and attributes were awarded to His Excellency Gerardo Angel Bugallo Ottone, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Spain to Ukraine, Professor Michael Nobel, philanthropist and entrepreneur, multi-year president of the Nobel Family Society, co-founder of the Nobel Charitable Trust (Sweden), as well as Dr. Bob Johnson, head of Independent Commission of the European Council for Business Education (ECBE).

Faculties and Specialties



  • Enterprise Economy
  • Economic Cybernetics
  • Marketing
  • Management
  • International Economics
  • Accounting and Audit
  • Law Studies
  • Psychology
  • Commodity Analysis and Commercial Activities
  • Philology: Translation, Applied Linguistics, Language, and Literature (English)
  • Social Pedagogy
  • Finances and Credit
  • Politology


  • Department of English Philology and Translation
  • Department of Business Economics and International Business
  • Department of Economic Cybernetics and modern technology 
  • Department of General and Social Pedagogy
  • Department of Innovation Management and International Logistics
  • Department of Foreign Languages
  • Department of Informatics and Mathematical Methods in Economics
  • Department of Marketing
  • Department of International Finance and Banking
  • Department of International Accounting and Auditing
  • Department of International Economics and Economic Theory
  • Department of Political Science, Sociology and Humanities
  • Department of Law
  • Department of Applied Psychology
  • Department of Applied Linguistics and language teaching methodology
  • Department of Commodity and Commercial Activities
  • Department of Physical Education


  • the direction of “Banking”
  • the direction of “Economic Cybernetics”
  • the direction of “Marketing”
  • the direction of “Management”
  • the direction of “International Economics”
  • the direction of “Accounting and Auditing”
  • the direction of “Politics”
  • the direction of “Law”
  • the direction of “Psychology”
  • the direction of “social pedagogy”
  • the direction of “Commodity trade and business”
  • the direction of “Philology”
  • the direction of “Finance and Credit”


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