European universities are increasing English-speaking courses to prepare for an influx of students who could seek alternatives to the UK as a result of Brexit, a new study suggests.
The total number of English-taught programmes in universities on the continent has risen by 13 percent in the last year.
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About Kharkiv University (Ukraine/Europe)
Founded in 1804, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University is one of the oldest universities in Eastern Europe and is a leading Research and Educational Institution in Ukraine.
Today the University has 20 Schools and 125 Departments which provide training for specialists in 61 majors and enrols 15000 students and 500 postgraduate students.
The University boasts its wide international recognition as one of the initiators of signing the Magna Charta Universitatum (Bologna, 1998), a co-founder of the Eurasian Universities Association, an active participant of International Association of Universities and European University Association, a training centre for about 1500 international students, postgraduate and doctorate students for 50 countries of the world, and a partner in research and educational cooperation with more than 100 universities and other organisations all over the world.
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