There are no former Polytechnicians and a large-scale Forum of University graduates proves it year after year. The event takes place on the first Saturday of June and gathers all former students of our University.
Hundreds of Polytechnicians of all ages come from different cities to remember the most interesting years of their youth and find out how their Alma mater lives today.
For students and together with students
This year the Graduates Forum brought together contemporary students as well. For them, on May 31, two interesting discussions were organized. First of all, there was discussed a rather hot topic for students – «Student Transcript Is Not the Most Important Thing, Is It?». Five speakers who once studied at Polytechnic and now are successful entrepreneurs – Development Director of DS pharmacies Serhii Korol, Head of the Architecture Company Ukrdesigngroup Ihor Kuzmak, Vice President of SoftServe Ivan Leshko, Head of the Asset Management Company Andrii Dribniuk, Managing Partner and Co-owner of PR Group, Sigma Investment Ukraine and Sigma Park Yarychiv Roman Protsak – shared their own views on a number of issues related to this topic.
For graduates and together with graduates
The Graduate Forum took place on June 1. From the morning in front of the Polytechnic building gathered people, who embraced each other – they have lots to remember.
The events began with the greetings from the Rector of Lviv Polytechnic, Professor Yurii Bobalo. In his speech, he told about the achievements and the development strategy for our University for the next five years.
The chairman of the Alumni Association Board of Lviv Polytechnic Ivan Ryvak, after congratulating graduates with such an important day, introduced a group of people who, 50 years ago, graduated from the Polytechnic Construction Faculty.
Then there was a panel discussion «University 2.0: Together to the Future». Oleh Syniutka, former Head of Lviv Regional State Administration, Mykola Kmit, President of IDS Group and FC Skala, Mark Zarkhin, Lviv restaurateur and public activist, Oleh Serheiev, the Board member of PrivatBank and Nazar Podolchak, Director of Tech StartUp School took part in the event.
After taking a group photo, all interested visited a number of events at the Scientific and Technical Library of Polytechnic and had the opportunity to enjoy the performances by the bands of Prosvita People’s House.