In cooperation with the foundation “Patients of Ukraine”, Sumy State University received equipment for patients’ rehabilitation. It is a part of the Ukrainian-Swiss project “Rehabilitation of War Trauma”.

24 February 2022 is a tragic date painfully etched in the memory of every Ukrainian.

On 23 February 2024, Sumy State University signed a cooperation memorandum with Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Rohilkhand University (Bareilly, India). The ceremony took place online.

The announcement was made at the official ceremony “Empowering Students of All Ages: UNESCO Learning Cities Change Lives”. This year, 64 cities from 35 countries joined the society, including Sumy.

According to Stefania GANINI (UNESCO Assistant Director for Education), the list comprises cities that have demonstrated an exceptional commitment to promoting lifelong learning opportunities for all in their local communities.

On 14 February 2023, Sumy State University hosted a discussion for future cooperation between Sumy and the Coimbra (Portugal). Sumy State University will have an educational partner in this city.

Representatives of the Sumy Military Administration, Sumy State University, the City Hall and University of Coimbra exchanged views on establishing contacts online.

Representatives of the UN Development Program visited Sumy State University. They were led by Federica Dispenza (head of the Community Security and Social Cohesion Unit).

The meeting comprised university members, the Department of Social Population Protection, veteran community, civilians. Particular attention was paid to the SumDU Veteran Development Center and medical services for former soldiers.

Andriana KOSTENKO and Anna YEVSIEIEVA (the Department of Psychology, Political Science and Socio-Cultural Technologies) analyzed the issue of economic security for women.

The five-day school for teachers from the Alliance of Ukrainian Universities AUU Global Synergy has ended. That was dedicated to COIL projects (Collaborative Online International Learning).

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) provided technical assistance to the SumDU Cybersecurity Department as a part of the project “Cybersecurity of Ukrainian Critical Infrastructure”.

According to the latest Webometrics edition, Sumy State University has been ranked second among Ukrainian higher education institutions.