We'll process your admission from any of the Universities below.Ukrainian universities offer a wide range of courses ranging from engineering courses, medical and health sciences, economics and management, aeronautics, aqua and marines, and many more.The president (chancellor) was Romanovskiy Georgiy Fedorovich. Progress Since 1941 MSI has trained over 1700 marine engineers and altogether, 55,000 industry ready workers.NUS has 8 institutes, 3 faculties, a school at sea, a campus in Kherson and representation in three cities of Ukraine. A student population of 12,000 read in twenty-six areas and in thirty specialties.By 1955, over eighty percent of the teachers at the Admiral Marakov MSI were involved in research.18 September 1970 marked the 50th anniversary of the school and by decree of the presidium of the supreme rada of the USSR, the school was awarded the order of the Red Flag for merit in preparation of engineering workers and for its achievements in the development of scientists.On , a new building was opened and work was begun on the construction of a thirteen story hostel that would house 1295 students. In 1994, by the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers Council of Ukraine, the Admiral Makarov National Shipbuilding University received the highest level of accreditation, (level four), which gave it the status of a university and it adopted the new name, Ukrainian State Maritime Technical University.
The MSI was evacuated, first to Stalingrad, then to Astrakhan and later to Przhevalsk, Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic.
The university is named after the Russian admiral, Stepan Makarov, who was born in the city.
In April 1901, the Ministry of National Education of the Russian Empire announced the Mykolayiv Industrial Technical School.
In 1945, 36.5 million khrb was allocated to a five year plan of restoration and development.
In 1946, the MSI was accredited for postgraduate study in marine engineering and steam and internal combustion engine design. In 1949, the MSI was renamed Admiral Makarov MSI for Stepan Makarov, a native of Mykolayiv, a naval admiral, and a marine engineer.