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 […]

BIONIC University (BU), the first Ukrainian inter-corporate IT-university, announced the formation of an international Supervisory Board. The Board will include leading Western and Ukrainian academics, businesspersons and experts on innovation. BU Supervisory Board is a public entity of experts that functions as an ongoing advisory body that promotes development and improvement of BU efficiency, as […]

Inna Sovsun, the youngest Deputy Minister in the history of Ukraine’s government, caused a real stir after being appointed to her position by Ukraine’s Interim Minister of Education, Dr. Serhiy Kvit. Ms. Sovsun represents the point of view and work ethic of a new generation of education professionals in Ukraine. In a recent interview, Deputy […]

Ukrainian civic leaders urged the citizens of Ukraine to actively participate in the presidential election this Sunday. They believe that it is the best way to protect the state from external aggression. Vyacheslav Bryukhovetsky, honorary president of the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, provided his commentary to Voice of America regarding the recent statement by […]

Timothy Snyder lecture kicks off ‘Ukraine: Thinking Together’ conference KyivPost — by Isaac Webb On May 15, Yale University history professor Timothy Snyder delivered the opening address at the “Ukraine: Thinking Together” conference at Kyiv Mohyla Academy, outlining Ukraine’s European history, and advocating its European future. Snyder stressed that Ukraine has a “very typical European history,” […]

STUDENT VIEWS OF EUROMAIDAN Yuriy BorodulinNational University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”Faculty of Natural SciencesMaster Program of Chemistry (1st year) Essay Maidan as a social phenomenon is like the Wind of Changes; on the contrary, Antimaidan is just like the Wind of Shame for Ukraine. First of all, Maidan was initiated by people`s will. Ukrainians could not bear […]

KyivPost Business — by Volodymyr Zhyla Coursera, a major online education platform based in the U.S., is set to start giving courses in May to Ukrainian students. Established in October 2013 as Learning Hub in partnership with Bionic University, a special unit of Kyiv Mohyla Academy, Coursera will also enable real time communication with teachers […]

KyivPost Op-ed  - by Serhiy Kvit The key word in the title of our conference is dialogue. Are we talking about dialogue as a cultural value, or the technological negotiations with terrorists? Leave the last to the police. Considering that after the occupation of Crimea by Russian troops in 2014, the return to atmosphere, and […]

Vyacheslav Bryukhovetsky, honorary president of the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, provided his commentary to VIDIA regarding the situation in Eastern Ukraine during a recent trip to the United States. It is his belief that certain individuals are causing chaos in Ukraine, inspired by Russia, so that to delegitimize the upcoming presidential elections. “We’re seeing […]

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