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   The Faculty of Transportation, Management and Logistics (FTML) invites you to an Open Day, which will take place on May 7, 2020 at 4:00 pm on the Google Meet platform.

You can join the broadcast at , or by phone +1 929-266-1479, PIN: 790 840 964 #. You will also be able to join the online broadcast via Facebook (

   The meeting will be attended by the Dean of FTML and the Heads of the Departments in consultation with the list of features of the admission rules in 2020. In addition, you will learn about, scientific and international activities of the faculty, forms of study, educational programs, a list of specialties, studying in the English language project, international programs and projects, living conditions in a hostel, social life of students, EIT for entry of the Bachelor's and Master's degrees, etc.

   The online meeting will take place from 4 pm to 5:30 pm.

   Looking forward to meeting you!


   In this year's All-Ukrainian Student Research Contest, the Department of Logistics of the Faculty of Transport, Management and Logistics has TWO FIRST PLACES!

   Alina Shvets, a 3rd year student, won the competition in the specialty "Logistics", which was held at the Kharkiv National University of Urban Economy named after A.M. Becketova. Her work, “Blockchain Technologies in Traffic Management,” earned an average score of 90 based on peer review reviews. Scientific adviser of the work - Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor of Logistics Department Marchuk Volodymyr Yefremovich.

   Polichenko Mitchenko, who is a fourth-year student, won the Kremenchuk Mykhailo Ostrogradsky National University with a degree in Transport Technologies (by Transport). The selection committee considered 171 student scientific work of 234 authors in the specialty, who came from 40 higher educational establishments. The topic of the work was related to the effectiveness of city consolidation in cargo transportation. Scientific adviser - Ph.D., Associate Professor of Logistics Department Savchenko Lidiya.

   Congratulations to the winners and their leaders!

   Keep it up!


On April 16, an online webinar dedicated to the European Logistics Day “Super-Logists Save the World” was attended by 100 participants (Zoom web conference) and 360 people watching the conference on Facebook, which was broadcast in parallel. This event was given the status of "international", since the main speakers in it were leading logisticians from both Ukraine and the USA, Finland, Belgium, Austria, Poland (including graduates of the NAU Logistics Department).

The greetings from the participants were joined by FTML Dean O. Ilyenko and Head of Logistics Department M. Grigorak.

Zammler expert Kateryna Boboshko shared her experience in organizing quarantine and employee safety issues. Those interested can get this information at

Kuehne + Nagel Inc. representative (Chicago, USA) Sergiy Patkovsky, covered the issues of communication, flexibility, sourcing and sound risk management for confident business.

During the panel discussion "Competencies of superheroes in the real life of logistics manager", in which the following students took part: Dmytro Suzy (Demand / Supply leader of the distribution company SAV-service), Oleksandr Prykhodko (partner of consulting firm "Bilyk & Prykhodko consulting") consulting firm "A2 Solutions"), Alexey Penkauskas (General Director of LLC "FF Cargo Service Ukraine"). The participants and students of the faculty heard the opinions of experts in the field of transportation, distribution and logistics consulting regarding the knowledge and skills of future logistics.

Faculty graduates who currently work at leading companies in the world, including: Supply Chain Analyst and Cost Controller of Bridgstone, Belgium, Olga Pokladova (Certified Procurement Specialist with 10 years of experience), shared information on successful career secrets work at Coca Cola), Natalia Ovcharenko (lead engineer of the Unified Public Procurement Information System of the RF Project), Alice Nyamukapa (Keriveik of Operations Procurement at KONE Corporation), Oleksandra Didur (Area New Product Innovation Lead at GSK (Poland).

A nice part of the conference was the draw from Zammler's event partner for the best photo, the winner of which was N. Skotarenko,

Thank you to everyone who joined the webinar.

Until We Meet Again!


   The need for radical changes in the higher education system has been talked about for a long time. The National Aviation University has already developed the concept of a digital university, which envisages the implementation of an online educational process. A global problem associated with a pandemic virus pandemic has identified the ability of all staff to make the most rapid change in the organization of the learning process most effective, in this situation, through the introduction of new technologies and tools in the workflow and the transition to a virtual environment.

   The pedagogical staff of the Faculty of Transport, Management and Logistics actively participated in the process of digitalization of the educational process and distance learning using Google classroom. This free web service allows teachers to solve a threefold problem: fixing new material, evaluating student achievement, and completing homework.

   Teachers and students have to study in "combat" conditions, that is, to create electronic classes (disciplines), adapt the theoretical material of the discipline to presentation on electronic disks, give homework and individual tasks for students to work out practical and laboratory assignments, to receive them .

   We have already experienced the benefits of a “one-stop shop” designed to engage teachers and students in the online space. In a very short span of time, we have mastered the Flipped classroom technique, or flipped lesson, when students learn the main material at home.

   The next step is to create interactive courses and complete team assignments, as well as video conferencing.

   Therefore, distance learning after quarantine has become a catalyst for radical changes in the educational process at FTML. We are confident that the step taken will help to improve the quality of training and development of competences in the use of modern information technologies in professional activity.

   Yes, quarantine has proved to be very positive about the opportunities for self-education and self-development for both students and teachers. Thanks to the university management for the prompt reaction, the department's teachers quickly and without problems switched to the distant form of education in all subjects.

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