In 2011, a permanent exposition was launched at the NaUOA Museum, which was formed and replenished based on the results of student internships. It is an ethnographic collection that contains only material collected by students, processed by them for educational and scientific purposes. This exhibition serves as a methodological basis in the educational process of the university.
The collection is housed in an underground art gallery in separate halls. The display is based on tools, household items and interiors, embroidered shirts, towels, handmade carpets from the 30s-50s years of the XX century, collected in Rivne and Khmelnitsky regions. The exposition is built in a way to partially recreate the interiors of Ukrainian houses of the first half of the twentieth century.