Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs
Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs (Ukr. Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs) is a higher educational institution of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine.
June 1921 - School for professional training of police officers (organized on the basis of the Kharkov provincial police school)
November 1922 - The Kharkov police school was transformed into a republican one (at that time Kharkov was the capital of the Ukrainian SSR).
In the future, these were courses for police chiefs, courses for red police officers of the Kharkov province, courses for training police officers, the All-Ukrainian School for Police Commanders and Search, the School for Senior Police Commanders of the Ukrainian SSR, the School of Workers' and Peasants' Militia, the Interregional Training Center for Militia, etc.
July 1970 - Interregional police school for training junior and middle commanding staff
October 1983 - Kharkov Higher Courses of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR
November 1990 - Special Faculty of the Ministry of Internal Affairs at the Ukrainian Law Academy
January 1992 - Kharkov Institute of Internal Affairs
November 1994 – Kharkiv University of Internal Affairs
March 2001 - National University of Internal Affairs
September 2005 – Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs
Faculties and branches
Faculty No. 1 (investigations)
Faculty No. 2 (criminal police)
Faculty No. 3 (Police units of preventive activities)
Faculty No. 4 (cyberpolice)
Faculty No. 5 (distance learning)
Faculty No. 6 (Law and Mass Communications) - students, including foreign citizens, study full-time, part-time and distance learning
Kremenchug Flight College
Sumy branch of KhNUVD
Center for Primary Professional Training "Police Academy" of the Sumy branch of KhNUVD.
Training of specialists is carried out in the following areas: law, civil security, management and administration, social and behavioral sciences, information technology. At the university, you can get higher education in seven specialties: law; law enforcement; cybersecurity; computer science and information technology; psychology; sociology; finance, banking and insurance