The students of the NUOA will study at the Ukrainian Leadership Academy
September 06, 2018
The students of the National University of Ostroh Academy will study at the Ukrainian Leadership Academy (ULA). Ivanna Malchevska, the third-year student of the Faculty of Political Studies and Information Management, Daryna Nychkalo, the fourth-year student of the Faculty of Humanities, and Oleksandra Hevko, the second-year student of the Faculty of Romance and Germanic Languages, has passed three stages of the selection process and will study for 10 months in those cities where the centers of ULA are located.
The Ukrainian Leadership Academy is the program of personal and social development, the main element of which is a 10-month formational course for secondary school graduates. This year university students will also study at ULA. The program combines elements of physical, emotional, and intellectual development based on values.
The ladies will study humanities and social sciences. The students of ULA will be in an unusual environment and constant motion, do volunteer work, create projects bringing change, develop leadership skills, and harden their body and spirit. The program also provides for traveling abroad, especially in the European countries. The students of the Ukrainian Leadership Academy will study the cultural characteristics, policy, economy, customs, and traditions of the countries they are about to visit. There will be prominent scholars, historians, opinion journalists, psychologists, journalists, economists, and public activists among the lecturers of ULA.