After gender studies became popular at US universities, the Soviet Union disintegrated, and Ukraine became independent, the door opened to the world´s knowledge for Ukraine’s academic community. Visionaries began to introduce new courses of study in Ukraine, and and the newly re-established Kyiv-Mohyla Academy became the bastion of innovative education. Dr. Svitlana Oksamytna, professor of […]

Support our vision and our work! Join Our Efforts! Recent electoral changes in Ukraine have demonstrated that the task of building a politically and economically secure state will continue, and that the role and mission of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy is now even more important. Gripped by Russian aggression and faced with the need to reform Ukraine […]

Originally published by StopFake: How it all began Five years ago, during the Revolution of Dignity, when Ukraine’s ex-President Viktor Yanukovych went on the run and Russian troops started to occupy Crimea, Ukrainians simultaneously experienced a massive propaganda attack from Russia. The informational space of Russia, Ukraine and Europe was flooded with deceitful messages […]

Graduates of the economic, humanities, and legal specialties of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy are recognized as having the best qualifications, and employers prefer NaUKMA graduates over other schools, and are willing to pay higher than average market salaries. According to the annual salary rating of the graduates of Ukrainian schools conducted by Money magazine, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy […]

The research work titled “General Legal Assessment of the Maidan Events: the Legitimacy and Legality,” conducted by two 4th year students of the Law Sciences Faculty at NaUKMA, Mariana Postolovska and Mykhailo Yanyshivskyi, was recognized as the best in the All-Ukrainian competition of research student works in honor of the Hero of the Heavenly Hundred, Serhiy […]

The New Time magazine, a major Ukrainian print publication, published its annual list of most successful women of Ukraine. Among them are 6 alumni of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. All candidates were rated based on their success and influence in the areas of politics, business, public service, community involvement, media, sports, and culture of Ukraine. Congratulations to […]

The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine announced the expansion of the U.S.-Ukraine partnership in the education sector. Indiana University and Kyiv-Mohyla Academy signed a Memorandum of Understanding for a $1 million university partnership focused on government communications. Awarded by the U.S. State Department, the grant will support the design and implementation of academic programs in government communications […]

According to TRANSPARENT RANKING: Institutional Repositories by Google Scholar (January 2019) , Kyiv-Mohyla Electronic Archive (eKMAIR) places 279th among 2708 world electronic archives. This rating takes into account the number of full-text documents placed in open access repositories and their degree of indexing by the Google Scholar system. These are truly impressive results at the global […]

On February 3, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy Team became the National Champion of the Jessup Competition by outscoring other eight teams from all over Ukraine. They are the single team which has qualified to officially represent Ukraine at the International Rounds that will be held during March 31 – April 7, 2019 in Washington, D.C. Students from […]

On January 24, NaUKMA was pleased to welcome an “American with the soul of a Ukrainian”, Professor of Medicine at the University of Illinois, visiting professor of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, and author, Daniel Hryhorczuk, who flew in to personally present his 2017 book Myth and Madness, which has recently been translated into Ukrainian. Daniel Hryhorczuk was […]

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