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March 16, 1874
The University history begins with Pedagogical improvement courses for the elementary folk schools teachers in Kiev

1912
The courses issue its first diploma of physical culture teacher to Alexander Anokhin, a certified weightlifting trainer, doctor, writer and journalist

1919
Pedagogical Institute named after Borys Grinchenko is created and subsequently reformed into Kiev pedagogical courses named after Borys Grinchenko

1922
After the merge with pedagogical courses named after Kostyantyn Ushinsky, the Higher three-year pedagogical courses named after Borys Grinchenko were established

February 5, 1939
Kyiv City Institute of Teachers' Improvement was founded

August 23, 1963
Kyiv City Pedagogy College was established

July 30, 1979
Kyiv Pedagogy College №2 was created

May 11, 1985
Kyiv Pedagogy College №3 was established

1988
Social Sciences, Elementary Education, Psychology departments were opened at Kiev Institute of Teacher Improvement

1991
Kyiv Interregional Institute for Teacher Improvement was established after the merge of Kyiv Municipal and Regional Institutes of Teachers' Education

July 27, 1991
Kyiv Pedagogical College №2 was named after Kostantyn Ushinsky

December 17, 1993
Kyiv Interregional Institute for Teachers Improvement was renamed after Borys Grinchenko

1993
Kyiv City Pedagogical College of the Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University was created on the basis of the Kyiv City Pedagogical College named after Nadiya Krupska

August 26, 1994
Kyiv Pedagogical College named after Kostantyn Ushinsky was established on the basis of Kyiv Pedagogical College №2 named after Kostantyn Ushinsky

August 20, 1995
Kyiv City Pedagogical College was created on the basis of Kyiv Pedagogical College №3.

2002
Kiev Interregional Institute of Teachers' Improvement named after Borys Grinchenko was reorganized into Kyiv City Pedagogical University named after Borys Grinchenko

August 22, 2007
The Kyiv Council approves the Concept of comprehensive systematic teacher training and upgrading pedagogical staff qualification in Kiev. The structure of the University now includes 3 municipal pedagogical colleges in Kyiv: Kyiv City Pedagogical College at Kyiv Taras Shevchenko National University, Kyiv Pedagogical College named after Kostyantyn Ushinsky and Kyiv City Pedagogical College.

September 1, 2007
Institute of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education was created in the structure of the University on the basis of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education Faculty

January 1, 2008
University incorporates 5 institutes: Institute of Psychology and Social Pedagogy, Humanitarian Institute, Institute of Preschool, Primary and Artistic Education, University College

September 1, 2008
Institute for Leadership, Educational Legislation and Policy was founded

October 8, 2009
Kyiv City Pedagogical University named after Borys Grinchenko was renamed into Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University

2010
Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University now comprises 6 institutes : Humanitarian, Pedagogical, Institute of Arts, Institute of Leadership and Social Sciences, Institute of Psychology and Social Pedagogy, Institute of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education. It also consists of University College, educational, methodological and scientific centers, research laboratories, a publishing house

2010
The Opening Ceremony of Borys Grinchenko museum in the premises of the University's rectorate (Boulevard-Kudryavska Street, 18/2)

June 2010
The University is fully accredited for IV educational level

2010-2011
A social project "With Kyiv and for Kyiv" was launched

August 28, 2012
By University Academic Council decision, the Institute for Leadership and Social Sciences was renamed into the Institute of Society

October 4, 2012
Practical Training Center for students on specialties "Primary education" and "Preschool education" was opened

December 6, 2013
Radio and Television Production Center AstudiYA is established

August 28, 2013
Institute of Psychology and Social Pedagogy was renamed into the Institute of Human Rights by the decision of the University's Academic Council

July 01, 2016
Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University was restructured

The University consists of six Institutes (Institute of Journalism, Institute of Human Sciences, Institute of Arts, Institute of In-Service Pedagogical Training , Institute of Philology, Pedagogical Institute), four Faculties (Faculty of History and Philosophy, Faculty of Health, Physical Education and Sports, Faculty of Information Technology and Management , Faculty of Law and International Relations) and the University College.

 

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