In the years of independent Ukraine

In 1991 the Kharkiv Pharmaceutical Institute (KIFh) was one of the first three higher educational institutions in the number of 900 higher educational institutions of the USSR to receive accredited status at the Union level. In 1992, the KIFh was Read more

1920-1930s

In connection with so called “unification of pharmaceutical education” (1924), appropriateness of existing of higher educational pharmaceutical institutions was disputed. It was abolished according to Ukrainian professional education headquarters’ decree. The faculty was transferred to Kharkiv Pharmaceutical College (founded in 1922) Read more

The Restoration of the Institute

In 1944 the institute was re-evacuated to Kharkiv. The building in 12 Melnikova Street was half-destroyed.  The associate professor Y.G. Borysiuk was once again appointed as the director of the institute. During the years of war German occupants robbed and Read more