Kyiv International University

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Kyiv International University is a private university in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, founded in 1994. It was called the International Institute of Linguistics and Law until 2002. Today KIU has nearly 5000 students. The academic staff of KIU includes 65 Doctors of Sciences, Professors, 148 Candidates of Sciences, Associate Professors. Address: vul. Lvivska, 49, Kyiv, Ukraine.

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Institutes[edit]

  • International Relations Institute (International Relations, International Law, International Economic Relations, Country Study, International Information, International business, Tourism, Computer studies, Program engineering studies, Management of informational security);
  • Institute of Journalism (Journalism);
  • Institute of Television, Cinema and Theater (Cinema and Television Art; Dramatic Art)
  • Institute of Linguistics (Foreign philology, Translation);
  • Institute of Law (Science of Law);
  • Institute of Psychology, Social and Political Sciences (Psychology studies, Social work, Political studies);

Departments[edit]

  • Department of Economics (Management of organizations, Enterprise economics, International economics, Finances and Credit, Marketing, Accounting and audit; Commodities studies and entrepreneurship);
  • Department of Building and Architecture (Building studies);

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