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A teacher is a mentor and a role model for future professionals. Alumni of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy are an active community of leaders who influence the growth of Ukraine and the world: executives of large companies, diplomats, members of parliament and more. Fellowships are an investment in the growth of this community.




Students of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy actively participate in university life, initiate projects that influence Ukrainian society, and demonstrate remarkable achievements in the academic sphere. We believe that by joining forces with our donors, we can provide additional opportunities for students to focus on their studies.

We are strong when we are together! You can always donate either any amount to the general scholarships and fellowships fund or pay for the whole scholarship/fellowship.

We appreciate your support!

Who recieves a fellowship?

Fellowships are our way of expressing gratitude to our teachers for their work and contribution to the formation of the next generation of leaders in Ukraine. Depending on the type of fellowship, it can be awarded to faculty members who have been working at KMA for more than five years and have significant academic achievements, or to young faculty members who are starting their academic careers, but already showing great results.
Every faculty member who receives a scholarship will undergo evaluation based on input from colleagues, students, supervisors, and their research work.

Who receives a scholarship?

Students of the 2nd-4th year of the Bachelor's degree, or students of the 1st-2nd year of the Master's degree who have demonstrated exceptional academic success and are active participants of the KMA community.

We undertake:

We undertake to inform our donors about the students and faculty members who received scholarships/fellowships, and about their results in academic and social activities. We will add you to our special mailing list so that you can receive regular newsletters from us.

Do you have any questions or want to contribute in another way?

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