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Associate Professor
Scientific and innovative activity coordinator

Professional activity

She received her Ph.D. in 2014 for the dissertation “Teaching future officers English monologue speech using military briefings”.

Yuliia delivered English language training and cultural activities for youth within the 2018 – 2020 English Access Microscholarship Program (or Access Program) implemented by PH International with support from the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine.

Yuliia has more than ten years of experience in teaching and doing research. There are more than 40 pedagogical articles published for teachers of English and a study book “Chemical communications in English for Specific Purposes” written for undergraduate students of the faculty of chemical technology.  She is now responsible for science at the Department of English for Engineering №1.

Yuliia has been working with graduate students, students in their undergraduate study, and students in their secondary education. She is an understanding teacher who encourages students to work actively at her lessons and helps them to gain confidence in their language skills. 

Knowledge of foreign languages: English, Italian, French.

Professional development

  • She is constantly improving professionally by attending international methodological seminars, conferences, and webinars for teachers of English.
  • She is a member of IELTA.
  • In 2009 she graduated from the National Technical University of Ukraine “Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, the Faculty of Linguistics.

Research interests

Yuliia Olizko is interested in developing innovative content-based interactive activities, conducting scientific-pedagogical experiments to make her teaching up to date and effective for her students.

Her research interests include but are not limited to new technologies in the post-secondary field, STEAM, Art integrated learning, Curriculum development, Creative thinking skills development, Teaching ESL (English as a secondary language) and ESP (English for specific purposes). 

She is interested in working within international teams to co-author pedagogical articles in WoS and Scopus indexed journals.

Main publications