Mr. Dean Parker “American Christian Heritage, Current Status and Future Outlook”

26.03.2018 Mr. Dean Parker “American Christian Heritage, Current Status and Future Outlook”

On Monday, our university was visited by Mr. Dean Parker with a lecture “American Christian Heritage, Current Status and Future Outlook”. The speech was devoted to the changes of societies, which were illustrated by the “Historical Stages of a Nation’s Decline”. The main thesis of the discussion was the famous statement “One thing we learned from history is that we do not learn from history,” from which the question “What can we learn from history?” arose. One of the questions, which were discussed during the presentation, was the history of the formation of the United States of America and the big role of the Bible in it.

 

Atlantic Council, Washington D.C., USA, March 2018

Mr. Paul Thomas, Special Advisor to the Rector, Ukrainian-American Concordia University, Kyiv, Ukraine speaking at the panel discussion on appraisal of Ukrainian property in the Crimea and East of Ukraine.

ConcordiaUA is accepting applications for Business English Competition–2018!

The Competition will be held on April 21, 2018. Applications for participation in Business English Competition–2018 are open to high school students from all over Ukraine.
 
To find more information please visit BEC webpage.

HMC Projects Scholarship Programme

We are delighted to announce the names of schools offering full scholarship to Ukrainian pupils from September 1, 2018 to study for the British GCE A levels (6th form):
 
§         Woodhouse Grove SchoolUK www.woodhousegrove.co.uk
§         Radley CollegeUK www.radley.org.uk
§         Prior Park CollegeUK www.priorparkcollege.com
 
To find more about the scholarship programme, please visit HMC Projects Scholarship Programme in Ukraine.

Prof. Dr. Stephan Welk “Diplomacy Between Statecraft and Social Science”

On March 9, 2018 our students and teachers met with Professor, Doctor Stefan Welk. Professor delivered a lecture on diplomacy and aspects of work of the diplomats. In particular, one of the issues was the importance of mastering the art of negotiation. The presented topic was very interesting for students and, upon completion of the lecture, students asked a large number of questions. Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor, Head of the department of Public Institution “Institute of Environmental Economics and Sustainable Development of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine” Bystriakov I. K. also participated in debates.

  

  

  

  

AMERICAN COLLEGE EXPERIENCE

WHEN: July 9-27, 2018

WHERE: University of Minnesota Crookston campus

COST: $3,000

Students will stay on campus and have access to university facilities and resources; they will experience the life of an American undergraduate. All meals, activities, international student health insurance, local transportation, and credits are included in the fee.

 

Typical Weekly Schedule

7:30 am            Breakfast

                           Class

                           Break

                           Class

12:30 pm          Lunch

1:30 pm            Rest

2:30 pm            Activity/workshop

6:00 pm            Dinner

7:00 pm            Evening activities

9:00 pm            Evening snack

10:00 pm          Lights out

Depending on the weather, activities may include:

          Historic Crookston Community Tour

          Tubing down the Red Lake River

          Frolfing (frisbe golf)

          Castle Park Service Learning and hands on learning

          Carenagie Libray & Red River Valley Sugar Beet Museum

          Global Positioning Agriculture Field Tour

          Fishing and bonfires

HMC Projects scholarship winners announced!

HMC Projects in Central and Eastern Europe have announced the scholarship winners for Ukraine!
 
Seven Ukrainian secondary school (10th–11th forms) students from Dnipro, Kharkiv, Zalishchyky, Kyiv and Kropyvnytskyi were selected to study in the UK for two years from September 2018 within the 6th Form programme.
 
Five of them are offered a full scholarship, two are invited to apply for a reduced fee scholarship scheme.
 
ConcordiaUA – HMC Projects Country Coordinator in Ukraine – is delighted to congratulate the winners:
 
  • Kateryna Voronina
  • Oleksii Marchan
  • Dmytro Luchyn
  • Andrii Sendziuk
  • Mariia Radko
  • Anastasia Tabalova (Elworthy-HMC Scholarship, Kropyvnytskyi / Kirovograd)
  • Valeria Chorna (Elworthy-HMC Scholarship, Kropyvnytskyi / Kirovograd)