European Union

European Union

An economic and political union of 28 European states aimed at regional integration. Using a standardized system of laws in all countries of the union, a common market has been created to guarantee the free movement of people, goods, capital, and services, including the abolition of passport control within the Schengen area, which includes both member countries and other European states.


United Nations Development Programme

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

United Nations Development Assistance Organization UNDP assists governments in conducting search and research of natural resources, in the establishment of educational institutions, in the development of energy resources, provides advisory and expert services, trains specialists, supplies equipment, etc. UNDP assistance is free of charge.


 United Nations Educational, Scientific
and Cultural Organization

UNESCO is a specialized agency of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.


United Nations Industrial Development Organization

UNIDO – United Nations specialized agency for industrial development, whose efforts are focused on the fight against poverty. UNIDO assists developing countries and countries with economies in transition in their fight against marginalization in today’s globalized world and promotes productive employment, the development of a competitive economy, and environmental sustainability.


World Intellectual Property Organization

The World Intellectual Property Organization is an international organization that administers many key international conventions in the field of intellectual property, primarily the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works and the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property. Since 1974, it also serves as the UN specialized agency for creativity and intellectual property.


North Atlantic Treaty Organization



North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the North Atlantic Alliance

A military-political bloc, uniting most of the countries of Europe, the USA, and Canada. This is a “transatlantic forum” for consultations by the Allied countries on any issues affecting the vital interests of its members. One of NATO’s goals is to deter or defend against any form of aggression against the territory of any NATO member state.

NATO members are 28 countries. The military expenditures of all members together account for more than 70% of the global total.


Earth Data Network for Education and Scientific Exchange

Earth Data Network for Education and Scientific Exchange

Non-governmental, non-profit international association registered under the laws of France in Strasbourg (France).


International Council for Science

International Council for Science – ICSU is a non-governmental organization with a global membership of national scientific bodies (122 members from 142 countries) and international scientific unions (31).

The mission is to strengthen world science in the public interest.


International Council for Science: Committee on Data for Science and Technology

CODATA is an interdisciplinary Committee on Data for Science and Technology of the International Council for Science (SIT), which activities are aimed at improving the quality, reliability, management, and accessibility of data that are important for all areas of science and technology.


Korea International Cooperation Agency

KOICA was established in 1991 to implement state programs of gratuitous aid to Korea and promote international cooperation: inviting trainees, sending experts and volunteers abroad, development research, emergency assistance; cooperation with multilateral organizations, implementation of support programs for civil society organizations, as well as projects entrusted to the Korean government.


Japan International Cooperation Agency

JICA provides bilateral international assistance in the form of technical cooperation, loans, and gratuitous development assistance from the Japanese government.


International Association of Universities

International Association of Universities, founded in 1950 under the auspices of UNESCO. It brings together representatives of 120 countries to solve common problems, and also collaborates with various international, regional, and national organizations working in the field of higher education.


European Association of Universities


European Association of Universities unites universities in 47 European countries. It plays a decisive role in the Bologna process and in influencing EU policies in higher education, research, and innovation.


Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is an international non-profit association of specialists in the field of technology, a world leader in the development of standards for radio electronics, electrical engineering, and hardware for computing systems and networks.




Located in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, PRC

Main goals:

search and promotion of innovative technologies; international cooperation in the field of science and technology: aid and assistance in establishing cooperation with the government of the province, city, district, interested enterprises, and business unions; major international scientific and technical events.


Euroasian University Association

Eurasian University Association

It solves the problems of developing national education, the task of maintaining a unified educational space and ensuring the equivalence of university diplomas, the development of cooperation between universities – members of the Association in the field of education and university science, the main educational and methodological issues of improving university education.


Black Sea Universities Network

The Black Sea Universities Network was founded in 1998 in Konstanz during the Second Conference of Rectors of the Black Sea Region.

BSUN unites more than 100 universities representing 12 member countries of the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC): Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Moldova, Romania, the Russian Federation, Serbia, Turkey, and Ukraine.


 European Student Union

European Student Union

The leading organization of 45 national student unions from 38 countries

The purpose of the ESU is to represent and promote the educational, social, economic, and cultural interests of students at the European level concerning all relevant bodies and, in particular, the EU, the Bologna Process Implementation Council, the Council of Europe and UNESCO.

ESU represents more than 15 million students in Europe.





IBM (International Business Machines) is an American company headquartered in Armonk (NY). One of the world’s largest manufacturers and suppliers of hardware and software, as well as IT services and consulting services. 378 thousand employees


Huawei is one of the undisputed world leaders in the field of ICT. Designer and manufacturer of network and communications equipment


One of the largest multinational companies (USA) for the production of computer software, the developer of the most widely used software platform in the world – the Windows operating system family.


A multinational company from the United States that develops and sells network equipment intended primarily for large organizations and telecommunications enterprises.



Transnational concern (Germany), working in the field of electrical engineering, electronics, energy equipment, transport, medical equipment and lighting, as well as specialized services in various fields of industry, transport and communications.

In 2016, Siemens was once again recognized as one of the most sustainable in its industry – “industrial conglomerates”, which includes more than 40 companies, including Philips, 3M and Samsung. Siemens received a very positive overall rating, gaining 89 out of 100 points.


Samsung Group is one of the largest South Korean group of companies in the world.

Manufacturer of high-tech components, telecommunications equipment, household appliances, audio and video devices.

The main office of the company is located in Seoul.

191 thousand employees.


Intel Corporation is the world’s largest developer and manufacturer of semiconductor products: processors, microprocessors (75% of the market), flash memory, SSD drives, chipsets, network equipment, motherboards, servers


Panasonic Corporation (Matsushita Electric Industrial) is the largest Japanese and one of the world’s leading electronics manufacturers. A world leader in the design and manufacture of consumer electronics and electronic equipment for a wide range of consumers, business and industry.

328,000 employees.


Hewlett-Packard Company (HP) is one of the largest American companies in the field of information technology and cybernetics, a supplier of hardware and software for organizations and individual consumers. The company is headquartered in Palo Alto, California, USA.

The company manufactures and supplies solutions in the field of IT infrastructure, personal computing systems and access devices, provides system integration services, service support and outsourcing, as well as manufactures printing devices and image output means.

302,000 employees


Delcam is a UK company, one of the world leaders in the development of CAD / CAM products for modeling, manufacturing and control of complex products and tooling. 


 Rigaku company (Japan) (about 1,400 employees) develops and supplies integrated solutions in structural proteomics, nano-engineering, general-purpose x-ray diffraction and spectroscopy, material analysis and quality control for universities, industry and government laboratories.



The German company FESTO is a global provider of automation technology and a leader in industrial training and educational programs.

It is represented in 176 countries of the world, including Ukraine.

17 800 employees.



Jeppesen is an American company, one of the world leaders in the market for providing aeronautical information. It also provides flight planning and educational services in the field of aviation. The company is a division of Boeing Commercial Airplanes.