Dear current and future students,
We are happy to inform you that we have started a new education project “ConcordiaUA Law School” with our Professor Dr. Sergiy Panasyuk. In short videos, you will find basic information on Ukrainian state structure and other legislative provisions. We hope these videos will be useful and interesting for you!
Welcome and Enjoy! ))))
October 15 – December 15 – Home universities should announce their nominees for the following summer semester to Trier University
UNIVERSITY OF KOBLENZ – LANDAU
Deadline – March 15, 2019 (for ConcordiaUA students – February 15, 2019)
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY ANN ARBOR
It is a rolling application, so students can apply any time (for MBA, we have 6 x 2 month semesters). If they start by taking classes in Ukraine, you may have a deadline for them to take classes in Spring.
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA CROOKSTON
The application deadline for Spring semester is November 19th, 2018.
The application deadline for Fall semester is July 12th, 2019.
Our students have an opportunity to show their worth on the sports ground and cheer their favorite teams!
ConcordiaUA held a basketball competition between freshmen and sophomore teams.
Our most sincere greetings to the winning team: Artem Kashpur, Bekir Chegertma, Oleksandr Malko, Oleksii Klymenko, Yakup Yusupov. We would also like to congratulate our freshmen Yuliia Ternova, Vladyslava Yemelianenkova, Ihor Holuban, Bohdan Piven, and Illia Zamula on winning the silver place!
Our guest lecturers and partners, the representatives of the German Parliament Prof. Philipp Schmidt and Prof. Jan Metzler were awarded the title of Honorary Doctor (Honoris Causa) of Ukrainian-American Concordia University after the public lectures they delivered for ConcordiaUA students on October 30. The ceremonial event included the awarding of the Honorary Doctor of UACU Diplomas, medals and breastplates. The title of Honorary Doctor of Human Resource Management and International Relations was conferred upon Prof. Philipp Schmidt. Prof. Jan Metzler was awarded the title of Honorary Doctor of Diplomacy and International Relations.
On October 30, 2018, ConcordiaUA hosted incredibly amazing lecturers, the German parliament representatives, our partners Philipp Schmidt, Hendrik Doss, and Jan Metzler.
Prof. Dr. h.c. Philipp Schmidt delivered a presentation entitled “Communication, branding, marketing in politics”. The lecturer gave an in-depth analysis of the concept of marketing and its peculiarities in German politics, and stressed the importance of developing a business plan, the right distribution of functions in order to reach the most forward-looking outcomes.
Prof. Dr. h.c. Hendrik Doss offered a detailed insight into the formation of ideal brands, video and photo content. He addressed such issues as the ways to develop the right video projection and photo content as well as the impact of the right composition and elaborate arrangement of scene in video and photo content on a person’s motivation. Prof. Doss gave special attention to the core points to be taken into account while building a political brand in political electoral competition.
Prof. Dr. h.c. Jan Metzler is a forward-looking German politician, a glaring example of modern German youth, currently paving his political path and, thus, considerably instrumental in world and national issues of current interest. He gave a talk on his activities, comprising not just the sphere of politics, but also economics, society, and many others. The lecturer shared the secrets regarding the opportunities young adults have nowadays to reach any goals, and offered a set of practical recommendations on how to construct a progressive political campaign.
I had the privilege of doing my internship during this last summer holiday at naturalist English camp (Way Ahead). The internship lasted for almost two months. With each set lasting for two weeks. It was an adventurous one because I had the opportunity to meet different people most especially children from different backgrounds. I was assisting the teachers for the first 3 sets and for the last set I was their main and only teacher because they were less number of children. We had a lot of fun activities like swimming, camping, watching movies, roasting marshmallows and we played a lot of games which I had the opportunity of introducing some to them. I also try some Ukrainian food and soup (borscht was my favorite), we also visited Kiev Rus show park. It wasn’t all about fun and games, though. I was teaching Ukrainian children in English and I also had the chance to learn some Ukrainian words. So in a way, we were helping each other. During the end of a particular set time, we gathered around a fire and talked about our stay which got really emotional most of the times because the children had to say goodbye to the teachers and the friends they met there. Overall, my experience was a good one and my memory of the camp is bittersweet.
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