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British New Film Festival
Sunday, 18 November 2012 08:28

Yesterday evening the group of students of Russian & Ukrainian Language school ( have visited The XII opening of British New Film Festival (Kyiv,Ukraine) There was a pre-party that started trully warm with english beer, nuts, live conce of the band "Los Colorados" and the film "Broken". In association with an internet project

Happy Haloween to everyone!
Wednesday, 31 October 2012 21:03

Happy Haloween to everyoneStudents of Russian and Ukrainian Language School are going to have a great halloween parrrty tonight!
Costumes are ready, so is the mood. Who knows what will wait for them this night?

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Evening events: watching “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” with English subtitles
Tuesday, 21 August 2012 09:29

Yesterday evening group of students of “Russian & Ukrainian Language School” visited central cinema of Kyiv, Ukraine (with which had an agreement) and watched the film “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” on Russian language with English subtitles.

On the next weekends we’ll watch the movie “Snow white”.

In association with an internet project

Higher education in Ukraine: back to the USSR?
Friday, 10 December 2010 18:03


Ukraine’s Ministry of Education recently proposed draft law on "reforming" higher education in Ukraine has provoked a strong response from Dr. Serhiy Kvit, president of National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy.

At a press conference held in Kyiv on December 9th Dr. Kvit stated that, “the changes proposed by the draft law would effectively roll back the Academy's substantial achievements since its revival in 1992, returning higher education in Ukraine to the discredited Soviet era model of central government control”.

The proposals of Minister of Education Dmytro Tabachnyk would remove university autonomy and the academic, financial and organizational freedoms of independent universities.

In addition, the proposed changes would discourage and prevent integration of Ukrainian education with European and western standards of higher education.

The proposed changes also would prohibit Kyiv Mohyla Academy from using English as a second language as an admission criterion.

In an open letter dated December 6th addressed to Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, Prime Minister Mykola Azarov and Parliament Chairman Volodymyr Lytvyn, Dr. Serhiy Kvit warned that adoption of the draft law "will lead to a self-imposed isolation of the country in the sphere of education, as well as to the unacceptable degradation of the nation's science, education and economy."


President is against increase of education fees for students
Sunday, 10 October 2010 17:52

President is against increase of President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych held a meeting with Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov, according to the Press office of President Viktor Yanukovych.

Among the key issues in question was the progress of implementing decisions on the decrease of a number of permits and licenses approved at the recent sitting of the Committee on Economic Reforms.

“These issues should be solved as soon as possible. The heads who are hindering this process today deserve nothing but disapproval. I have already said about it: we should not tolerate the bureaucratic system which has existed for ages. We should eradicate it,” the President said.

During the meeting, the Head of state also focused the Prime Minister’s attention on the Cabinet of Ministers’ decision to approve a list of paid services provided by the higher education establishments.

Viktor Yanukovych underlined that these innovations actually close the door to higher education for many talented children. “New paid services for students will mean the increase of payment for education. We should not make money on it. Vice versa, we should simplify this system. We should better increase salary for those who provide these services to improve their quality, rather than make the students pay for additional services,” the President of Ukraine said.  

The Head of state noted that the list of services in the decree refers not only to education but also to utilities services, food, pre-school education establishments, including boarding schools. “It is inadmissible,” V. Yanukovych told the Head of government. 

The Prime Minister assured the President that the decree will be revised. “We will correct this decree,” he said.

The Head of government also reported on a socioeconomic situation in the country to the President.

M.Azarov highlighted that “it is stable, the budget is fulfilled.” At the same time the Prime Minister noted that there are some problems with the Pension Fund related to tax evasion and superannuation contribution to the Pension Fund. Mykola Azarov informed that the Government is developing measures aimed at improving the situation for the better in the near future.
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