International Projects of the National Aerospace University "Kharkiv aviation Institute" financed by Tempus and Erasmus+ projects

Establishing Quality Assurance Services in Ukrainian universities of aerospace engineering


National Aerospace University “KhAI”, Ukraine

KhAI is one of the leading institutions of higher education in Ukraine in the training of specialists for aircraft and aerospace industry in Ukraine and abroad. KhAI has its branches in Mexico, Germany, Finland and China and cooperates with the firstrate national and foreign manufacturers of the aircraft engineering "Antonov", "Boeing", "Airbus". The University has trained more than 73.000 engineers during its lifetime. Eighty per cents of KhAI graduates are among the specialists engaged in aerospace industry of Ukraine. According to the statement No 285 of 31.07.1998 of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine KhAI has been appointed as the key university in Ukraine responsible for the introduction of the two-level system (Bachelor - Masters) into curricula for 11 technical Ukrainian universities which have aeronautic specialties.


Ministry of Education and Sciences of Ukraine

Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine is the central body of the government executive power performing the management in the area of education. The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine are:
- Develops the program of the development of education, state standards;
- Participates in the determination of the state policy in the area of education, science and professional training of specialists;
- Ensures the connection with educational institutions, government authorities of other countries, with respect to issues falling within its competence;
- Makes accreditation of higher and vocational educational institutes, issues licenses and certificates to them.


University of Alicante (UA), Spain

UA offers more than 50 trainings, welcome more than 30 000 students. The UA was approved by the EC for the implementation of educational programs in the field of the research management within the framework of divers European programs (INCO, ALFA, TEMPUS, AUNP). The following projects constitute some of the references of this experience: SAFIRO (Contract N – Schedule (Program) Alfa - Latin America), UNCOFIN (Contract N ASE / B7 - 301/1997/0178/07 – schedule (program) Aunp - Asia), INCOME (TP_SCM-M066B03-2003 - Schedule(Program) Tempus). The local team leader is Roberto Escarre, Director of International Programs.


University of Glasgow

University of Glasgow is one of the UK's leading universities with an international reputation for its research and teaching and an important role in the cultural and commercial life of the country. It is a member of the Russell Group of major research-led universities and a founder member of Universitas 21, an international grouping of universities dedicated to setting world-wide standards for higher education. With 16,500 full-time students, it is one of the country's largest universities. Employing more than 5,300 staff, it is a major employer in the city and, with an annual turnover of £200M, it makes a substantial contribution to the local economy.

The Department of Aerospace Engineering, has a high reputation throughout the academic world and industry. It is constantly striving to maintain and improve upon its reputation, through the use of high technology and high calibre of staff. The Department is also heavily involved in a wide range of cutting edge research, by both post graduates and Departmental lectures. Research covers the areas of Computational Fluid Dynamics, Low Speed Aerodynamics, Flight Dynamics, Space Systems, Air Traffic Management and Avionics and Aerospace Design and Structures.