Ukrainian-Iraqi business forum was held in the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry on November 23rd 2017. 

Ukrainian-Iraqi business forum was held in the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry on November 23rd 2017. 

As business students, we had the chance to attend the event as translators. 

The event had many businessmen from various business sectors (medicine, FMCG, tourism, construction and export/import) who all discussed the possibilities of collaboration and trade between Iraq and Ukraine

The event ended by exchanging contact info and business meetings planned.

IX International Investment Business Forum

Liubov V. Zharova, Dr of Sci. in Economics, senior scientist, Head of the International Management and International Business Department, participated in the IX International Investment Business Forum “Renewable Energy and Energy-Efficient Modernization of Industry”. The event was held in the Premier Palace Hotel, Kyiv, on November 23, 2017.

Citibank representatives joined our “American Studies” course

Citibank representatives joined our “American Studies” course. H. Mikulytska, Head of Department for International Corporate Business, Vice Chairperson of Citibank-Ukraine Board of Directors, discussed the peculiarities of corporate culture and ethics with UACU students.…/korporativnakulturataetikavid…/
Our students’ impressions of the class:
Oleksandra Shalamai, 1st year student, International Economic Relations and BBA programs:
The lecture with the head of the department of international corporate business, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Citibank-Ukraine Н. Mikulytska passed in one go. So, we examined the topic “Ethical decision making”, everything was clear and understandable. I believe that this topic is very important for us as we are future managers. The following issues were also considered: the principles of decision-making on ethical considerations in society; corporate features of decision making and implementation; ethics in making managerial decisions. Master class from Hanna Mikulytska was simply gorgeous; I enjoyed every word when I attended the lectures.
Anastasiia Fliagina, 1st year student, International Economic Relations and BBA programs:
It was such a pleasure to be present at the lecturedelivered by Hanna MikulytskaDespite the fact that the topic of the lecture “Ethical decision making” may sound boring, she managed to make it extremely interesting. She didn’t just read information, but gave us real examples, one concerning a situation in a family and another – in a huge entity “Citibank”. Both of them were educative and made me think about how I would behave in similar situations.

Hanna Mikulytska also informed us about three “ethical loops”, including right, good and fitting, which can also be explained as media, manager and mama. This as well was new for me and I enjoyed the explanation of it very much. 

To sum up, I would like to thank Hanna Mikulytska for such a wonderful lecture. I would be happy if you came to our university more often.
Mykhailo Otrosh, 1st year student, International Economic Relations and BBA programs:
The most recent American Studies lecture took place on last Wednesday, November 1st and was given by Hanna Mikulytska, the Ukrainian Global Subsidiary Director at Citibank. The last lecture was quite different from the previous ones in the regard that the speaker was Ukrainian, and not a foreigner from the U.S. or Germany, like in times beforehand. 

Fortunately enough, her not being a native English speaker did not affect either the quality or the amount of substance presented during her address.

Ms. Mikulytska’s speech concerned the topic of Ethical Decision Making, a subject I and other freshmen students at WIUU had already discussed earlier during Principles of Diplomacy class, and expanded upon it.

Rather than using a more theoretical approach during her speech as our past lecturers did, she instead gave us actual real-life cases, wherein people would use ethics in making financial decisions.

The first example was about a boy who had found his grandmother’s lost purse, and withdrew money from it, because he thought his actions were justified, as he was, in his own mind, “part of the family”, and thus, had permission to take money out of the family’s budget without his relatives’ necessary knowledge.

The second example was that of a mishandling of an error in a bank’s computer system. As she described to us, the person who was responsible for the coding mistake was fired, but the bank’s employees who had taken advantage of the error for personal monetary gain, were not, since such an action was not legally punishable.

Ms. Mikulytska used those two instances in order to convey to us the difference between the terms “right”, “good”, and “fitting”, when it comes to making choices concerning money in both domestic and business circumstances, as well as “ethical loops” that making such choices involves.

Ms. Mikulytska’s discourse has taught me about ethics in business, as well as provided me with specific instances of making such choices, which has given me new insight into the aforementioned topic. 
I am eagerly anticipating our next AS lecture, and am hoping to see Ms. Mikulytska once again.

Industries of the Future and the Future of Work

The students of our American Studies program attended the lecture «Industries of the Future and the Future of Work» delivered by Mr. Paul Thomas, Adviser to Rector of Ukrainian-American Concordia University and Ukrainian business expert. The lecturer discussed the jobs to be in demand, the influence of education upon development of the required competences, and the scope of skills needed for a future successful career.


Ukrainian-Iraq business forum in the Ukrainian chamber of Commerce

Ukrainian-Iraq business forum was held on 23d of November in the Ukrainian chamber of Commerce. WIUU students were more than happy to be translators in such significant event for two countries. Today they were even given the honour to be present in conference room, where they were able to listen to presentations and introducing.


On 20 November 2017, Moritz Hunzinger, Honorary Professor of PR and Communication, European Union Coordinator at the Wisconsin International University Ukraine (WIUU), along with Michael Ruiss, Honorary Professor in Journalism at the Wisconsin International University Ukraine (WIUU), Hansjürgen Doss, Honorary Doctor of the National Pedagogical Dragomanov University and former Member of German Parliament, Stephan Schupbach, Professor at Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences attended an event at the German Film Museum in Frankfurt dedicated to 1932-1933 Holodomor in Ukraine.

The event was organized by the Consul General of Ukraine in Frankfurt Alla Polyova and Marieluise Beck, former member of German Parliament, of the European Parliament and State Secretary at the German government.

Doss had a very long and productive discussion about current Ukrainian affairs with Marieluise Beck, who is a strong supporter of anti-Russian sanctions imposed by the EU and Germany and was awarded with the Order of Princess Olga in August 2017.

The attendees have also received greetings from the National Pedagogical Dragomanov University and Wisconsin International University Ukraine.

Training for the Pearson Test of English.

Tetiana Nyzhnyk, senior teacher of the liberal arts department, took part in the interlocutors’ and assessors’ training for the Pearson Test of English.

Organized jointly by Pearson and S2A International Education Testing Centre, the training session was hosted by the International lyceum of Interregional Academy of Personnel Management on November 18. The participants got familiarized with the format of Pearson Test of English General and received detailed information on international assessment and marking criteria guided by experienced PTE Examiners Trainers, Pearson and Cambridge Examiners, Natalia Savchenko and Michael Hudson.

We are sports friends!

On Saturday, November 18, the swimming competition took place in the swimming pool of the Sports Complex, National M.P. Drahomanov Pedagogical University. Our boys and girls competed in various distance events in breaststroke, front crawl and back crawl (backstroke).
The winners are: (women’s events) Arina Tokarenko, Angelie Arora, Ruslana Zimina, Anastasiia Fliagina, Nataliia Sydorkina; (men’s events) Oleksandr Antonov, Ivan Radchenko, Nazar Holota, Nikita Kazankov, Oleksii Klymenko, Illia Chumak. Congratulations to the winners!
The referees were Z.I. Filatova, coach, and Yevheniia Serdiuk – our alumna, master of sport in swimming (marathon swimming of 5 km and higher), Ukrainian Championship medalist, winner and medalist at international championships, cross-continental swimmer (a swim across Bosphorus).
The contestants had a chance to enjoy Yevheniia’s master swim. Zhenia, we are grateful for your support of UACU’s initiatives. Victory be yours!

Eastern Europe FLEX-Ability Workshop 2017

Our BBA and International Relations Program student Oleksandra Filipovych was selected to participate in the Eastern Europe FLEX-Ability Workshop 2017, held on November 9–12.
The Workshop is a four-day training session for FLEX alumni from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, and Ukraine intended to equip its participants with skills that will help them create projects in their communities and address community needs. The workshop was organized by Future Leaders Exchange Program, administered by American Council for International Education.

From L’Oreal Talent

The hazy weather outside should not be the reason to feel blue. Are you willing to fill your day with fascinating tasks, promising meetings, new challenges and achievements?
Apply for the internship with L’Oreal, listed in the TOP-20 most intense and satisfying internship offers of November.
Please visit for more information.