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Summer School for International Students at NaUKMA

On August 21, the third NaUKMA Summer School for International Students started.

 


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Participants from different countries ( Austria, Canada, Germany, Great Britain, Netherland, Romania, USA) will spend in Kyiv two weeks to audit lectures of NaUKMA professors, including Oleksiy Haran, Mykhailo Vynnytskyi, Andreas Umland, and to meet representatives of Ukrainian government and public activists, journalists and volunteers engaged in profound alterations happening now in Ukrainian society. The programme of the Summer School also offers Kyiv sightseeing and an excursion to Mezhyhiria, a former residence of ex-president of Ukraine Victor Yanukovych.

As well as in two previous years, participation of German students was supported by DAAD.


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This is the third year NaUKMA organizes the School. This year’s topic is: THE DETERMINANTS AND PROSPECTS IN UKRAINE'S EUROPEAN INTEGRATION AND RESET OF RELATIONS TO RUSSIA: CHANCES AND RISKS OF KYIV'S RE-DEFINITION OF UKRAINIAN IDENTITY AND GEOPOLITICS

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