Mykolayiv National Agrarian University focuses particular attention on the international exchange of scientific and educational staff.

The work is underway on getting grants by university staff, post-graduate students and students in the leading universities of the USA, Great Britain, Germany, France, and other countries under different programs, such as:

  • Fulbright Graduate Program;
  • Fulbright Junior Faculty Program;
  • Fulbright Scholar Faculty Program;
  • Fulbright Senior Specialists Program;
  • Academic Exchanges Scholar Programs (DAAD);
  • Konrad-Adenauer Foundation Program;
  • International Associations of English Language Teachers (IATEFL) (British Council);
  • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) (America House);
  • International Program of Raising the Level of French Teachers’ Skills “Alliance Francaise”.

Mykolayiv National Agrarian University has got the grant and involved in the Project TEMPUS Tacis program: JEP_27136_2006 “Implementation of basic and advanced scientific methodologies in agricultural master & Ph.D. curricula – IMBASMA”.

During a period of two years, this project will develop and implement a module on scientific communication and research methodology that will help to upgrade the research and scientific communication skills of master and Ph.D. students at three Ukrainian Agricultural Universities (the National Agricultural University of Ukraine, Kyiv, the Lviv Agrarian University, Lviv and the Mykolayiv National Agrarian University, Mykolayiv). Special emphasis will be given to the following disciplines: soil and nutrient management, horticulture and agricultural economics because of the previous expertise developed in these fields. The objective will be achieved by (1) providing a basic training in scientific communication to a large group of master students and young staff members, (2) giving an advanced training course in scientific writing and communication, proposal development and general research methodology to a selected group of promising master students and young staff members, (3) providing advanced training in specific research methodologies in the selected academic fields to a selected group of promising master students and young staff members, (4) developing of an adapted course module in scientific communication and research methodology by selected staff members at the UA universities,(5) implementing for the first time the newly developed course module in the three UA universities, and (6) preparation of the legally required accreditation materials for recognition of the newly developed course by the Ukrainian Ministry of Education.