Campus

 

 

1st CAMPUS

2nd CAMPUS


Old Academy (Mazepa) Building 11
Founded by Ivan Mazepa on the premises of the Brotherhood                                        

Monastery in 1703 as a building for the Academy

and The Annunciation (Congregation) Church 12

Built in 1732 upon the project by I.Shedel, a German-Ukrainian

architect, as a family chapel for Kyiv-Mohyla Academy students

 

 

Research Library

Arts Library

James Mace Memorial Library and Archive

Science Archive

Archive

Doctoral School

 

NaUKMA Building 10

Tetiana and Omelyan Antonovych Undergraduate (Bachelor’s) Library

 

NaUKMA Historical and Museum Centre

 

Laboratory of Historical Studies (NaUKMA Museum):

   Halshka Hulevychivna House (17th century)

   The Saint Spirit (Refectory) Church (18th century)  15

   Cookhouse of the Brotherhood Monastery (18th century) 14

   The House of the Brotherhood Monastery’s Hegumen   17

   Sundial (18th century)   13

 

 

NaUKMA Building 1   1

Built in the 19th century by architect A.Melenskyi

 

NaUKMA President’s Office

Philology Library

Faculty of Computer Science

Faculty of Humanities

Students Registration Department

 

NaUKMA Building 2   2

 

Faculty of Natural Sciences Laboratories

Kyiv-Mohyla Academy Publishing House

 

NaUKMA Building 3   3

The Circle (Kovnir’s) building, its basis was a belfry

built by architect S.Kovnir in 1856-59

 

Faculty of Natural Sciences

University Department of English

University Department of Physical Culture and Gymnasium

University Department of Ukrainian

Ukrainian-Canadian English Language School

Students Housing Department

Trapezna Cafeteria

NaUKMA Building 4   4

 

Faculty of Law

Kyiv-Mohyla Business School (kmbs)

Kyiv-Mohyla School of Journalism

School for Policy Analysis

Victor Kytasty American Library

Student Brotherhood

NaUKMA Job and Career Centre

Omelyan Pritsak Library-Museum-Archive

 

 

NaUKMA Culture and Arts Centre   4a

 

Olena Zamostian Arts Gallery

«ПідWALL» Gallery

Students Cafeteria

    

NaUKMA Building 5   5

 

PR Office

FR Office

International Office

Research Department

 

NaUKMA Building 6   6

 

Faculty of Economics

Faculty of Social Sciences and Social Technologies

Volodymyr Poltavets School of Social Work

School of Public Health

 

NaUKMA Building 7   7

 

British Council

GoetheInstitut

 

NaUKMA Building 8   8

 

Master’s Programs

 

NaUKMA Building 9   9

Built in 1778 by NaUKMA alumnus, a Ukrainian architect

I.Hryhorovych-Barskyi as students’ house

 

Research and Pedagogic Centre for Pre-University Studies

Law Clinics

Admission Office

KMA Educational Studies

 

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