Total number of students: 1 090
Date of foundation: 1996
institution is a nationally recognized Ukrainian higher education establishment of the 3rd accreditation level located in Transcarpathia and supported by a foundation. Its founders were the Transcarpathian Hungarian Cultural Association, the Transcarpathian Hungarian Association of Teachers, the Transcarpathian Reformed Church and the local authority of Beregszász. Since as early as 1996 it has been operating as an autonomous, officially registered and licensed institution of tertiary education. Since then it has functioned under the name of the Transcarpathian Hungarian Teacher Training College (KMTF) providing single and double teacher education qualifications in several educational programs. In 2003 the institution has seen structural and profile enhancements. Taking up the name of the Ferenc Rákóczi II. Transcarpathian Hungarian Institute its aspirations have extended through teacher education to a number of additional non-pedagogic specializations. To ensure high standards of education and meet the needs of ever-growing population of students there are full-time, extra-mural courses on offer, as well as short-term, intensive and vocational courses.