Lviv em founded a scholarship of 32 thousand. UAH to

students in the Crimean Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU) based scholarship to a student of the Crimean Tatar of 32 000. The winner of the scholarship will be named in the new 2015-2016 academic year. Photo: blogspot.com The press service of the University. Articleypendiya created to encourage and support the Crimean Tatar youth experiencing difficult times of trial. The winner of the scholarship will receive 100% discount in tuition BA / MA UCU in the chosen specialty. The main condition – belonging to the Crimean Tatar people. Decisions about scholarshipsnd will accept the tender committee of vice-chancellors and faculty. &Laquo; We understand that the Crimean Tatars are in a very difficult situation. We believe that they are an integral part of modern Ukrainian political nation, with Ukrainian identity. Identity – This is not an abstract concept. It is realized through communication ofIZ people out of a desire to be in the circle of people & raquo ;, – commented on the idea of ??Crimean Tatars scholarships for the first rector of UCU Taras Dobko. Raising funds for a scholarship held within VII Charity Banquet for UCU held in Kiev in December 2014. Its establishment was made possible through the support of Ukrainian jazzovoyi and opera singer Jamala and donations Crimean Tatar artists: Rustem Skibina, Elmira Seit Ametov, Mamut Churhu, Eldar Husenova and other benefactors who gave the University its artistic ceramics and artistic embroidery. Inviting students to study Crimean Tatar, the University continues the tradition of involvementStudents from all over Ukraine, especially in the East and South. Half the students learn to master a Catholic University School of Journalism – from outside Galicia. It should also be noted that hundreds of students from all over Ukraine come to the university on various social action and short programs. The last such event was « With Eode to the West & raquo ;, which students of the University organized a youth from the eastern regions. Told