The electrodeposition of uranium and trace quantities of239Pu,234Th,144Ce on a stainless steel disk has been investigated from 0.5–2.0M NaOH and the two-phase system: extract of actinides in TBP-aqueous solution of NaOH. The electrodeposition yield of the above elements reaches 98–100% in 40 min of electrolysis with current density 0.4–0.5 A/cm2. The presence of 0.5M Na2CO3, 2.0M NaNO3, 2.0M NaNO2, 0.2M NaF in alkaline solutions does not decrease the electrodeposition yield. The electrodeposited films meet all the requirements of -spectrometry. The uranium oxidation states (V) and (IV) have been determined in the electrodeposited films.