The University is located in a picturesque corner of the city – the hero of Sevastopol, on the Black Sea coast and has an interesting history.
Building project (type Smolny Palace and the Admiralty in St. Petersburg) was developed at the beginning of the last century by the famous architect Alexander Alexandrovich Petrograd Vincent.
Building laid June 23, 1915 It was placed 2nd Marine Cadet Corps to train officers of the Navy of Russia, which was supposed to training son of Tsar Nicholas II.Na territory bay Netherlands from 1924 to 1931 g were college marine pilots subsequently translated in Yeisk.
At the end of World War II in 1951 on the basis of an unfinished building of the 2nd Marine Cadet Corps decision of the Soviet government and the Soviet Navy command was created third Higher Naval Engineering School (VVMIU).
Since 1954, the college became prepare mechanical engineers for the Soviet submarine fleet (VVMIU PP – “diving”).
Since 1964 the school was renamed in Sevastopol Higher Naval Engineering School (SVVMIU) specialists for the Soviet nuclear submarine fleet.
In accordance with the Presidential Decree number 2/2005 “On the Sevastopol National Institute of Nuclear Energy and Industry” and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of May 26, № 159-p “On creation of Sevastopol National University of Nuclear Energy and Industry” SNIYaEiP reformed University – Sevastopol National University of Nuclear Energy and Industry (SNUNEI).
August 2, 1996 g Cabinet decision number 884 on the basis of this faculty was established Sevastopol Institute of Nuclear Energy and Industry (SIYaEiP).
Presidential Decree number 305/2002 of 27 March 2002, the institute awarded the status of “National”. SNIYaEiP included in the State register of educational institutions of Ukraine № A0855 series is licensed and VAR-III № 271714 for specialist training.
On becoming a sovereign state of Ukraine located in SVVMIU engineering departments Naval Institute in Ukraine.
In the same period, was formed by faculty training for nuclear energy in Ukraine.