Ukrainian Catholic University is a non-profit higher educational institution. Thanks to the support of the legal society and international organizations, the UCU Law School has the opportunity to implement projects aimed at raising the level of legal education in Ukraine. School curriculum is aimed both at obtaining Master’s Degree in specialty 081 “Law”, as well as improving the skills of practicing lawyers. We would like to invite you to participate in the development of legal education in Ukraine.

You can support Law School by:

– granting a scholarship for Master’s program training;

 – supporting one of Law School’s Certificate Programs;

 – becoming a partner of one of the projects of Law School.

For more information about the School’s support and possible cooperation conditions, please contact Ivan Horodyskyy, Director of the UCU Law School: [email protected], +380 (93) 993-93-51

 

 Scholarships for Master’s program training

The UCU Master’s Program for Human Rights is one and a half years professionally oriented program for the preparation of law students, graduates of which will receive state-recognized diplomas in specialty 081 “Law”. The new standards of education of the Ukrainian Catholic University allow us to teach value-oriented lawyers who will influence the further development of the legal sphere in Ukraine. We invite you to join the development of legal education and become the grantor of the scholarship for training on the program.

The Ukrainian Catholic University is a non-profit institution that does not receive financial support from the state. For stable development of science, the University established foundations of scholarships financing for talented students. Thanks to these funds and the support of friends from all over the world, UCU has the opportunity to introduce innovative education in Ukraine.

Scholarships cover the cost of training for the students of the program and provide monthly financial support of their training. Raised funds will also be used for the institutional development of the program: a formation of a library, an access to foreign legal databases, an organization of study visits and internships for students, an attraction of guest lecturers and experts.

Philanthropists who grant the scholarships have an opportunity:

□ to make them nominal (from individuals, companies or other persons at the request of the benefactor);

□ to contact the fellows and participate in their selection.

Informational support for granting the scholarship will be provided through UCU’s information resources and via partners.

If you or your company are willing to join the development of legal education in Ukraine and grant a scholarship for students of the UCU Master’s Program for Human Rights, please contact Ivan Horodyskyy, Director of the UCU Law School: [email protected], +380 (93) 993-93-51.