Kyiv-Mohyla Business School
Kyiv-Mohyla Business School [kmbs] is a school for leaders who want change - in themselves, their companies, the country, the world. Its creators believe that the breakthrough development of the participants of the IMSC programs will lead to a qualitative leap in the development of their companies, and hence our country and the world as a whole.
Implemented joint projects
George Gongadze Prize
The George Gongadze Prize is an award designed to support journalists who are not afraid of challenges, able to come up with innovative ways of conveying information; those who promote the implementation of liberal reforms in Ukraine, discover new opportunities for the entire media community, able to create consistency in what they do, remain true to professional principles and values. This award was established in 2019 by PEN Ukraine in partnership with the Kyiv-Mohyla Business School Alumni Association, Kyiv-Mohyla Business School and Ukrainska Pravda media outlet.
Vasyl Stus Prize
The Ukrainian PEN together with the Kyiv-Mohyla Business School decided to take over the continuation of the Prize, founded in 1989 by the Ukrainian Association of Independent Creative Intelligentsia headed by Yevhen Sverstyuk (1928-2014). The prize is awarded annually to authors (writers, artists, directors), regardless of place of residence, for life, for special contribution to Ukrainian culture and stability of citizenship. Prize page.
Yuri Shevelyov Prize
The award was founded in 2013. It is awarded once a year to a Ukrainian author for artistic and scientific essays published during the last year. The award recognizes the contribution to the inherent values of this genre: independence of thought and sophistication of style. Prize page .