Going abroad from NaUKMA
Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland or Slovakia: Visegrad Fund In-Coming Scholarships
The In-Coming Scholarships scheme is suitable for scholars who wish to study at accredited public or private universities or institutes of the respective national academies of sciences in the Visegrad Group (V4) countries (i.e., the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland or Slovakia). The International Visegrad Fund offers Masters and Post-Masters scholarships awarded to selected scholars for periods of 1 or 2 semesters (with the exception of Masters scholarships within the In-Coming scheme where 1 to 4-semester scholarships can be awarded). The Scholarship Program is a specific program of the Fund created to facilitate academic exchanges by providing financial support to students or researchers who are citizens of the Eastern Partnership countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, (the Republic of) Moldova and Ukraine to study in the V4 countries: the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia (hereinafter the Member States). All Higher Education Institutions accredited by the governments (ministries responsible for higher education) and Institutes of Academies of Sciences (hereinafter only University/Institution) are eligible to be host as well as home institutions. The aim of the Scholarship Program is to support the mobility of students and researchers among the specified countries.

EU Countries: MARES Erasmus Mundus Doctoral Fellowships for International Students, 2014
Applications are invited for doctoral fellowships for the Joint Doctoral Programme on Marine Ecosystem Health & Conservation funded by Erasmus Mundus. Each year there are about 9 scholarships available for 3 years: 3 for Category B applicants; 5 for Category A applicants and 1 for an external window candidate (Western Balkan / Turkey). Research/Training with MARES partners has to happen in at least 2 different European countries. For Category B fellowship holders, these two countries must be different from the country in which the doctoral candidate has obtained his/her last university degree.

GERMANY: PhD Scholarships for International Students at IMPRS Moral Economies in Germany, 2014/15
The International Max Planck Research School for Moral Economies of Modern Societies (IMPRS Moral Economies) at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Germany is offering 6 PhD scholarships starting October 2014. Candidates admitted to the IMPRS Moral Economies receive a monthly grant to cover their living expenses, presently set at 1,365, initially for two years, with consecutive extensions up to a maximum of four years, pending successful progress evaluations

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1615 - Kyiv-Mohyla brotherhood school, later turned into Collegium, was founded

2012 - NaUKMA is a classical university with six faculties (Humanities, Social Sciences, Law, Economics, Computer Sciences, Natural Sciences). During the twenty years since its re-establishment, Academy has initiated reforms in higher education, was the first university in Ukraine to introduce the bachelor, master and PhD programs, a curriculum in Liberal Arts Education, and a system of entrance tests

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