INTERREGIONAL ACADEMY OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
National University of "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy" (NaUKMA) is a classic university that creates preserves and spreads knowledge in the natural, social, humanitarian and technical sciences. Kyiv-Mohyla Academy represents a community that forms nationally-conscious, honest, caring, creative personalities, who are able to think independently and act responsibly in accordance with the universal principles of Good and Justice, for the development of an open and democratic society.
The Kyiv-Mohyla Academy was founded 400 years ago and became the first university in Ukraine and in the whole Russian Empire. After having been closed for 70 years of the Soviet rule it was renewed in 1992 on its historical territory in Kyiv.
VISION. NaUKMA is the leader in innovation that actively influences the future of Ukraine and its society. The Academy organically combines scientific activity, educational process and the acquisition of practical skills of the highest quality. Kyiv-Mohyla Academy is a prestigious, internationally-recognized by the world academic community research university.
Kyiv-Mohyla community. Kyiv-Mohyla Academy - is a community of scholars, teachers, students, staff, alumni and friends of the University, people of different cultures and different backgrounds who respect, preserve and develop cultural and spiritual traditions of the Academy.
Personality. We strive to make every Mohylyanka student a free, well-educated, responsible and creative personality. We consider tolerance an indispensable trait of a modern man, who, following his own principles, recognizes the right of others to be different.
Humanism. Following the principles of humanism, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy protects man and humanity, defending human dignity, rights and freedoms. Our University’s distinctive feature is particularly friendly atmosphere between our teachers, students and staff.
Creativity. The Academy nurtures a specific development environment that encourages to create, search and implement new innovative ideas and solutions, to perform the tasks using unconventional methods. Liberal Arts Education is the basic principle of learning process at Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, which provides our students not only with a set of knowledge, but also with a set of competencies that allow them to be flexible, creative and adaptable to a changing and globalized labor market.
Leadership. Kyiv-Mohyla Academy is a leader in innovation that actively influences the future of Ukraine and its society. The Academy encourages personal leadership, responsibility and commitment. Mohylaynka eagerly takes initiative and responsibility for the development of Ukrainian education, science and other spheres in which it is involved.
Quality. We establish and maintain the highest standards in research, teaching and learning activities and distinguish Kyiv-Mohyla community members for their achievements and commitment to our values. At Kyiv-Mohyla Academy there is absolutely no tolerance for plagiarism and any manifestation of corruption. Our student is taught using the official state language, Ukrainian, and the language of international communication, English, as well as other foreign languages.
National consciousness. Kyiv-Mohyla Academy works for the development of Ukraine. We are patriots of Ukraine and communicate using Ukrainian language. However, respect for other cultures, traditions and languages is an important part of our consciousness.
Democracy. Democracy, openness, transparency, decentralization, inclusivity, fighting authoritarianism, the right to criticize and attention to criticism – these are the fundamental principles of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. We cherish academic freedom, critical thinking and independence.
Active citizenship. Kyiv-Mohyla community is a center of independent intellectual thought and an active passionate part of civil society in Ukraine. The Academy asserts its right to its own opinion, the right to speak critically about the authorities and the processes taking place in Ukrainian society. Kyiv-Mohyla Academy offers and initiates changes aimed at the development of the state.
LEVELS OF HIGHER EDUCATION
FORMS OF EDUCATION
LANGUAGES OF EDUCATION
TERMS OF THE APPLICATION PROCESS
Bachelor, Master, Ph.D.
Full-time, part-time, distant education.
Ukrainian, Russian, English.
The university holds an admission company twice a year.
Deadlines for submission of applications and documents:
From July 1 to November 1 - the beginning of the fall semester;
From January 1 to March 1 - the beginning of the winter semester.
The University provides 4 residential complexes for students.
Each residential complex has everything for a safe and comfortable stay of the students:
day-and-night security of the territory and each floor;
cafe and buffet;
The cost of living in the dormitories is not included in the tuition fee and is paid by students according to the rates set for the current academic year.
Those students who love sports can spend their free time in sports sections and participate in various sports competitions.
FACULTY OF HUMANITIES
FACULTY OF ECONOMICS
FACULTY OF COMPUTER SCIENCES
FACULTY OF LAW
FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCES
FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND SOCIAL TECHNOLOGIES
KYIV-MOHYLA BUSINESS SCHOOL
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF «KYIV-MOHYLA ACADEMY»
CARRIES OUT PREPARATION OF APPLICANTS IN THE FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS
FOUNDATION PROGRAM (PREPARATION COURSE)
Foreigners who do not speak the language of study (Ukrainian, Russian or English) are admitted to the Preparatory Department for the period of one year.
Foreigners study the Ukrainian language, the history of Ukraine, mathematics, physics, computer science, biology and other educational disciplines depending upon the chosen direction. After completion of the academic year, final tests are to be passed by students to be admoitted by different universities of Ukraine.
Tuition fees (per year) for foreign students.
Form of education: full time.
NaUKMA presents 37 academic specialties in “aspirantura” and 14 in “doctorantura” (traditional post-graduate programs); it has 6 departments, 16 programs for undergraduate students and 23 programs for graduate students, 34 research centers and laboratories, Kyiv-Mohyla Business School (KMBS) and Doctoral School (providing Western-style PhD programs), Center for Training of Prospective Applicants.
NaUKMA has 10 academic buildings, the Research Library, the IT center, the publishing center, and the Center for Culture and Arts. A unique architectural complex of XVII-XIX centuries, comprising 11 buildings, stands on the territory of NaUKMA; its historical significance has been recognized by the state. An important task of
NaUKMA is to preserve this heritage for future generations and to use it wisely in the academic process and social life.