Throughout the years, Kievguma, represented by Director General Andrii Ostrogrud, has been supporting perspective graduates of the Kyiv Mohyla Academy. Traditionally, at the end of June, the award committee, which includes the President of the Academy, Deans of faculties and the Director General of Kievguma, determines the winner of the prize named after M. Kravets. So, today Andrii Ostrogrud congratulated on the victory and solemnly presented the annual cash prize and diploma to Kateryna Pilat, the holder of a Master’s degree.
Congratulations to the winner and we hope that thanks to the award her project will be continued.
The founder of this award in 1995 was Mykola Kravets – the chairman of the board of OJSC Kievguma of those days. Continuing his work, Andrii Ostrogrud founded the prize named after M. Kravets for National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy graduates who make a practical contribution to the development of Ukraine.
The winner of the award can become 2nd year masters who make a practical contribution to the development of Ukraine: through sience (including diploma thesis), public or entrepreneurial activities.