A Round Table on “Presentation of Ukraine Abroad  Through Literature – A Positive Experience”, will be held on March 22, at the Kyiv Mohyla Tatiana and Omelan Antonovych Library, in collaboration with the Kyiv Mohyla School of Journalism. The discussion will focus on the successful presentation of Ukraine through national book publications at the Leipzig […]

A meeting of the Association of Legal Clinics of Ukraine took place at Kyiv Mohyla School of Law on March 1st. The Association’s members are legal clinics established at Ukraine’s schools of law. Membership in the Association is voluntary. More about Legal Clinics The meeting focused on the expansion of legal clinics throughout Ukraine.  It defined […]

On February 6th, Kyiv Mohyla Academy filed an appeal to the Kyiv Administrative Court of Appeals through the Regional Administrative Court of Kyiv, based on the claim that the lower court did not consider all the evidence and that the decision violated substantive and procedural law, and requested that the court overturn the lower court’s […]

Congratulations to Kyiv Mohyla Law School Moot Court Team for Winning the Ukraine National Championship Support is Needed to Compete in Washington DC The team of law students from National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” has again won the Ukrainian National Moot Law Competition Rounds and will represent Ukraine as national champions at the White & […]

On February 28, president Viktor Yanukovych  signed a decree creating the Ministry of Education and Science and the Ministry of Youth and Sports. The relevant document was published on the website of the head of state. Therefore, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports and the National Youth Service and Sports were reorganized. The decree […]

Video from Students protest On the 27th of February, 2012 students gathered to protest ongoing hearings of the Verkhovna Rada’s Committee on Education concerning new laws and regulations “On Higher Education.” The students are demanding that a newly proposed Law, authored by Kivalov, Kaletnik, and Soroka be removed from the hearing’s agenda and that the […]

On January 7, the Regional Administrative Court in Kyiv rendered a decision in favor of the Ministry of Education, supporting the Ministry’s position prohibiting  students from choosing their own fields of study by cancelling the ability to “cross-over” to elective master’s programs,  a policy considered an encroachment on the educational process in which students shape […]

Speech for the conference with Civil Society (EaP National Platform) and professors/students of Mohyla Academy  I enjoy being in Ukraine, here at Mohyla Academy and I enjoy being proud to call myself a friend of Ukraine. It is a privilege for me to address this audience of students, professors and representatives of civil society.  I […]

 Sergiy Kvit At least three events that could influence the future of higher education have taken place recently in Ukraine. This influence could not only lead to a change in how the sector develops but also, quite possibly, will speed up its post-Soviet demise. Elections to the Ukrainian parliament, held in October 2012, strengthened opposition […]

Kyiv Mohyla Academy hosted Anne Applebaum at the presentation of her new publication “Iron Curtain – The Crushing of Eastern Europe 1944-1956”, at the U.S. Ambassador’s Forum on February 7, 2013. The event was attended by John Tefft, U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, Dr. Viacheslav Bryukhovetsky, Honorary President of NaUKMA, and representatives of the academic community […]

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