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Kyiv-Mohyla Summer Institute

Venue: Kyiv (Ukraine)
Period: Aug. 6-23, 2012
Application deadline: May 25, 2012

Kyiv-Mohyla Summer Institute

The objective of the first Kyiv-Mohyla International Summer Institute is to introduce students to the transformations that took place in Ukraine after 1991 from various perspectives (political, economic, social, historical, and cultural).
Additionally while attending two and a half week university level courses at one of the oldest Ukrainian universities, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, the students will get a general idea of ‘post-soviet society’, its main features and development dynamics, thus establishing a necessary framework for understanding other societies of this type.
The Institute offers three interdisciplinary area studies courses, which will contribute to understanding how Ukraine’s‘present’ is being constructed through its past. Specifically, the sociology and politics course will examine what kind of social transformations (economic, political, social) have takenplace in the country since 1991, their historical roots and outcomes; the literature course will focus on the phenomena of “literature” and “totalitarianism”, and their (co)existence in the Ukrainian realities of the 20th century; the history course will focus on the politics of memory, and its relation to identity construction both in Ukraine, and in neighboring countries. The Institute also offers optional language instruction both for beginners, and for students who have background knowledge of Ukrainian and/or other Slavic languages.

The requirements

Area Studies Block:
- Post-Soviet Ukraine: A Case Study in Socio-Economic and Political Transformation (4,5 ECTS, 2 classes per day) Mychailo Wynnyckyj, Associate Professor of the Department of Sociology and Kyiv-Mohyla Business School, Director of the Doctoral School, National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”
- The Politics of History in Contemporary East Central Europe (4,5 ECTS, 2 classes per day) Olena Betlii, Associate Professor of the Department of History, National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”
- Ukrainian Literature of the 20th Century: Run into the Accident of the Totalitarianism (4,5 ECTS, 2 classes per day) Serhiy Ivanyuk, Associate Professor of the Department of Literature and Foreign Languages, National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”
Students can choose 1 or 2 courses from the Area Studies Block

Ukrainian Language Block:
Oksana Plaksiy, Assistant Professor of the Department of Literature and Foreign Languages, National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”
- Introduction to Ukrainian Grammar: Beginner’s Intensive Course (1,5 ECTS, 1 class per day)
- Language Training for Ukrainian as Foreign Language Speakers of Different Levels (1,5 ECTS, 1 class per day)

Costs

The students may choose to register for the following study options:
A One area studies course. Tuition fee: 1600 USD
B Two area studies courses. Tuition fee: 3000 USD

One of the courses from the Ukrainian as a foreign language block can be taken along with A and B options, but it can not be taken as the only course of the Institute. Tuition fee (for one 1,5 credit points course): 235-340 USD, depending on the number of those registered (tuition fee for this course is to paid upon arrival).

The tuition fee includes: tuition, course materials, tour around Kyiv, welcome and farewell event, transportation from and to the airport in Kyiv (by public transport). No registration fee is required. Please, note that international airfare, medical insurance, accommodation, meals, public transportation and other private expenditures are not covered by the tuition fee. There may be additional, facultative cultural events suggested by the school to the students. Attendance of these non-obligatory events will be for moderate, separate fees.
Accommodation fee (21 nights in rented apartments): 1100 USD

How to participate to the Summer Institute


Organizer

Information & contacts

Larysa Chovnyuk
National University of "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy"
Department for Foreign Cooperation,
address: 2 Skovorody vul., Kyiv 04070, Ukraine
tel.: 0038.044.425.77.70
fax: 0038.044.425.50.16
e-mail: larch@ukma.kiev.ua 

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