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Studying abroad can become the most interesting experience in your life. Going to another country, living in another culture, getting education abroad in multicultural surroundings - all this is an unforgettable experience.

Welcome to Ukraine!

The Ukrainian International Education Council serves as a resource and advising center that provides informational and advising assistance to individuals and different organizations regarding opportunities to study in Ukraine.

Situated in the capital of Ukraine - Kyiv, the Ukrainian International Education Council strives to comprehensively assist in establishing and strengthening international academic contacts of the region in order to ensure its overall development and scientific potential.

Since 1999, the Ukrainian International Education Council has been dedicated to advancing professional standards for higher education in Ukraine, while expertly supporting our students through the transition from high school to university. The UIEC is certified organization with a group of dynamic and experienced management staff.

Started with the concept to help students efficiently, quickly and successfully to gain admission to top universities and to make every aspiring student’s dream come true, the Ukrainian International Education Council has developed a strict set of ethical guidelines that govern the actions in relationships with students and families, with academies, universities and colleges. These guidelines include the responsibility to understand every student’s special strengths, values and needs. All members of the Ukrainian International Education Council strictly follow these principles of good practice.

Our mission is to offer students the expert guidance in order to obtain excellent knowledge and skills to be successful at the international job market.

Whatever your reason to study abroad is, we are sure that your decision will be the best choice of your life!

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Poroshenko Sworn In as Ukraine's President

President Petro Poroshenko's oath-of-office was taken by Yuri Baurlin, head of the country’s Constitution Court, who also handed over the official presidential symbols: a reference sample of the official seal, mace and the president’s sign in the form of a sash chain. Poroshenko swore allegiance to the Constitution of the people of Ukraine and Peresopnytsia Gospel.

During the ceremony, the parliamentary speaker, Alexander Turchynov, members of the government, and Ukraine’s former presidents - Leonid Kravchuk, Leonid Kuchma and Viktor Yushchenko were present in the hall.
On relations with the country's south-east bordering with Russia
Poroshenko says about his determination "to go to the east of the country with peace" in the near future.
Switching from the Ukrainian to the Russian language in his inaugural speech at the Verkhovna Rada on Saturday, Poroshenko said: "What will I bring with me as president when I visit you in the near future? Peace. A project of the governance system decentralization."
Poroshenko vowed to call early local elections in Donetsk and Lugansk regions, a territory known as Donbass, to settle the crisis in these regions.
On association agreement with EU
Ukraine’s newly elected President Petro Poroshenko says in his inauguration speech he is ready to sign immediately the economic part of the agreement on Ukraine’s association with the EU.
"I am ready to sign immediately the second part of Ukraine’s agreement with the EU on association. The pen is in my hand already," he said. "Ukraine’s aspiration is to become as soon as possible the EU’s full-fledged member," he added.
"We have already completed the first phase of visa-free travel and will complete the second one very soon, so that citizens could have the opportunity to travel to Europe without visas starting January 1, 2015," Poroshenko said in his inaugural speech at the Verkhovna Rada on Saturday.
On the language issue
The Ukrainian language will remain the only official language in Ukraine, Poroshenko said, Interfax reports.
"Living in a new way means that you cannot ignore the people's will, and living freely means speaking freely in the native language and being guided by Article 10 of the Constitution, which stipulates that the Ukrainian language is the only official language, which guarantees free development of the Russian and other languages," he said.
On parliamentary elections
Petro Poroshenko called for holding early parliamentary elections.
"The full reset of the governance system, including early parliamentary elections, is an important element of public aspirations," Poroshenko stated.
On security issue
Kiev should sign a new international agreement guaranteeing its security to replace the Budapest Memorandum, says Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.
"I will use all my diplomatic experience to secure the signature of an international agreement that would come instead of the Budapest Memorandum. Such an agreement should provide reliable guarantees of peace and security, including military support in case of a threat to our territorial integrity," Poroshenko said in his inaugural speech at the Verkhovna Rada on Saturday.
On Crimea
Poroshenko says he considers the Crimea Ukrainian territory.
"There can't be any compromise with anyone regarding the Crimea, the European choice, and the governance system," Poroshenko said.

    

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Education in Ukraine

Director 
Ukrainian International Education Council

During all historical periods, human progress depended a lot on well-educated people. We receive our knowledge about the world and life through the knowledge about what surrounds us and about our nature. Many famous discoveries would have been impossible if people were not interested in learning something, if they didn’t care for getting knowledge.

In our time, every person has breadth of mind and realizes his or her role in society. Getting knowledge, learning to apply it in life, and becoming an educated person is the task of each of us.

However, it is even more important to find your own way. Only then you will be able to achieve what you have dreamed of and to be satisfied by what you do. Our future life depends largely on the cornerstones we lay now.

Education is the foundation of an independent, successful and happy person, since with its help people enrich their intellect, reveal innate abilities, constantly learn something new, develop themselves and improve, connect to progress, and feel the rhythm of the world and modern time.

Therefore, we strive to help people find their place and create a better future for everyone, through the general orientation of the educational policy of the Ukrainian state, which is successfully implemented by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.

Find your place in order to choose the right path to follow in this world!

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