Kyiv-Mohyla Academy Class of 2018: Almost a thousand new graduates joined the ranks of Ukraine’s next leaders The joy of graduation was apparent on June 28, Ukraine’s Constitution Day, when Kyiv-Mohyla Academy held its annual Convocation Day. Since June 28, 1996, when independent Ukraine adopted its Constitution as the law of the land, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy honored […]

Oksana Markarova assumed her duties as Acting Minister of Finance of Ukraine on June 8. The administration, faculty, students, and family of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy known as “Mohyliantsi” salute on her accomplishments. Oksana Markarova obtained her first master degree in environemtnal science from Kyiv Mohyla Academy. She entered Indiana University (Bloomington/USA) and graduated with MPA degree […]

Olga Yurkova , a graduate of the Digital Future of Journalism program of the Mohyla School of Journalism and co-founder of the program StopFake was recognized by European Innovators New Europe 100 in November 2016. The list of innovators, reformers and agents of change in Central and Eastern Europe is compiled by journalists from Poland’s […]

The Kyiv-Mohyla Moot Court Team Awarded Second Place in Europe’s most prestigious and important Telders International Moot Court Competition. Congratulations! Kyiv-Mohyla Moot Court Team represented Ukraine at the Telders International Law Moot Court Competition held at The Hague, The Netherlands on May 24-26. Telders International Law Moot Court Competition is the most prestigious and important […]

Published by Michael Walsh, Yahoo News The U.S. intelligence community’s confirmation that the Russian government launched a campaign to stir unrest and meddle in the 2016 presidential election took many Americans by surprise, but Ukrainians have been living with these tactics for years. During the annexation of Crimea in March 2014, the Kyiv Mohyla Journalism […]

On May 15, students and friends came to the university’s campus to donate blood on a volunteer basis. Student Anastasia Shamshur volunteered for second time. She said, “It is not that I like to do this, but I do it because it may serve some good for others who need blood.” Yulia Ishutkina, a first […]

Because of the generous support of donors, Kyiv-Mohyla Foundation sponsored the KMA Law School Team in its participation in the Central and Eastern European Moot Competition. The team included four members (Iryna Fonotova, Oleksii Masniev, Liliia Lavrichenko and Dmytro Derkach) and two coaches (Liliia Slobodian and Liliya Makhynko). The team successfully submitted the memorandum on […]

On 28 March, the Cabinet of Ministers appointed Oleh Petrenko as head of the National Health Service. Petrenko was selected among 14 candidates in an open competition. Petrenko obtained his medical degree from the Vinnytsia National Medical Pyrohovo University. He also has a degree from the Ukrainian School of Political Studies, established in 2005 with […]

German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier delivered a speech at Kyiv-Mohyla Academy on May 29 to 200 representatives of the faculty and student body of the university and selected guests and media representatives. President Steinmeier began his speech with these words “I am delighted to be able to speak to you at your university today. This is […]

National University “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” embarked on the Digital University Project – a unified, integrated university information environment and system that services educational, research, and administrative activities using contemporary technology and systems. In other words, the Academy strives to be Ukraine’s leading university in the digital age. The project is being implemented in stages over several […]

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