Address: 76, Mechnikova street, Odessa 65020
Tel: (048) 716-55-19
Working hours: Mon-Fri 08:00-16:00
The Vocational School №3 was established under the auspices of the Black Sea Shipping Company and the Shipyard No. 1 in May 1944. The school was very proud of its graduates. Graduates of the school (seamen, motormen, turners and electricians) worked at various vessels. Most of them undertook further study at the universities and took positions of Masters, Chief Engineers and Managers of different maritime companies.
In 1962, the institution was renamed the Vocational School № 14.
According to the Decree of the Ministry of Education № 140 (dated 17.06.1997), Odessa's two most famous nautical colleges - Vocational School № 14 and Higher Vocational School № 17 were dissolved, however Higher Professional School №17 was established.
In 1999, according to the Decree of the Ministry of Education of Ukraine No. 391 (dated 17.11.1999), the Higher Professional School № 17 was transformed into the Vocational School № 3 of Odessa National Law Academy.
In 2010, according to the Decree of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine № 1079 (dated 11.11.2010) the Vocational School № 3 of the ONLA was renamed "Vocational School № 3 of the National University "Odessa Law Academy".
The College provides training on following directions:
students, who admit after the 9th grade, have following majors: "First Class Motorman - Ordinary Seaman", "Second Class Motorman - Third Class Turner".
Those, who admit after the 11th grade, gain a trade of "Second Class Motorman". The period of school attendance is recorded as employment. The School provides scholarships for its students. Marine uniform is required.
The School has contemporary educational and production facilities: laboratories, with equipment and appliances that is used on the modern vessels. The students learn not only general subjects, but special disciplines, such as: Ship Propulsion Plants, Seamanship, Navigation, Personal Survival Skills, Naval Architecture, Material Science, Technical Drawing and others. Students of the School solidify their knowledge through apprenticeship and practical training.