A Celebration to Remember the Past and to Honor the Dignity of the People of Ukraine THANK YOU! When the Maidan Revolution of Dignity became a catalyst for the transformation of Ukraine, we realized that Kyiv Mohyla Academy played a significant part in the process of building the nation through education. The role of a […]

New Law on Higher Education Effectively brings about higher education reform The approval by Ukraine’s Parliament of a new law on higher education has been welcomed in Ukraine as a major success for the Ministry of Education, the National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy, and the education community in Ukraine. NaUKMA, under the leadership of Dr. Serhiy Kvit, […]

NaUKMA alumni serve in Ukraine’s new government     Ostap Semerak, co-founder of the NaUKMA Student Association, is Ukraine’s Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers. Two more alumni joined him recently: Hennadiy Zubko (Executive MBA, 2007) – First Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration; Serhiy Berezenko (Econ., 2007) – Head of the State Affairs Department. […]

The Mohyla School of Journalism is a unique educational center that combines theoretical training, practical experience, and research in mass communications, film, and journalism. The purpose of the School is to develop the media and mass communications industry, and to train a new generation of professional journalists able to lead this development. The school offers […]

Kyiv Mohyla Academy students participate in a panel of experts on security and defense, including Glen Grant (moderator) and students of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kyiv Taras Shevchenko University, the Diplomatic Academy and NGO representatives are part of a brainstorming and strategizing group on ways of overcoming the current crisis in the conflict areas of Eastern Ukraine. […]

Serhiy Kvit, Ukraine’s Minister of Education and former NaUKMA’s President, was a key-note speaker at the “US-UA Working Group Yearly Summit” in Washington, DC. Dr. Kvit spoke about why a free, stable, democratic, and prosperous Ukraine matters. Dr. Kvit was introduced at the conference by the KMFA’s President, Marta Farion.  “I’ve known Serhiy Kvit for at least […]

The re-established NaUKMA opened its doors to its first class in 1992. Twenty years later, in 2014, the university is awarding 945 new diplomas at its anniversary 20th commencement ceremony.   In 1995, the first six students graduated NaUKMA with their Bachelor’s Degrees: 2 in philosophy, 2 in cultural studies, 1 in history, and 1 in […]

According to the Top 200 ranking The 8th yearly ranking, Top 200, proved strong positions of NaUKMA on Ukrainian market of education. For the fourth time, NaUKMA was ranked forth, after Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, and Vasyl Karasin National University of Kharkiv.  View the full list (in Ukrainian)   At […]

By Anders Aslund, Kyiv Mohyla Foundation board member (2003-2005), supporter of Kyiv Mohyla Academy, Senior Fellow at the Institute for International Economics On May 25, Petro Poroshenko won a convincing victory in the first round of Ukraine’s free and fair presidential elections. His election could lead the way to political stability in the face of continued […]

By Yegor Stadny  for University World News The political situation in Ukraine is far from stable. ‘Terrorists’ in the east still control small areas. The main problem is that recently they managed to block the presidential elections in some cities, so those who wanted to vote were unable to do so. Despite the political instability, reform […]

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