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 I came to study at the MPES in order to fill my life with things that had previously been lacking: dynamism, variety, resistance to stereotypes, activation of my intellectual and spiritual growth. I took what I myself was then open towards. However, I will always be grateful for the start I dared to make: to work on something that did not yet have a system of developed algorhythms – that is a hope for the victory of Good. To work on myself and for the people

Yulia Royik, journalist at the «Eko-FM» Radio, winner of the Reporters of Hope contest in the category of Radio

 

Master’s Program in Ecumenical Studies

Specializations:

- Journalism

- Christian Ethics

- Medical-Psychological and Social Support for Persons with Special Needs

The Master’s Program in Ecumenical Studies (MPES) was jointly established in 2006 by the Ukrainian Catholic University and the Ivan Franko National University in Lviv in cooperation with Catholic Universities of Europe.

The MPES is geared towards Ukrainian students with bachelor’s degrees, who wish to acquire an additional degree.

The goal of the program is to train competent and spiritual professionals to work as journalists, teachers of Christian Ethics, or provide professional support for persons with special needs. Upon completion of the program the students in Journalism and Christian Ethics receive a Certificate of the MPES from the Ivan Franko National University in Lviv and UCU as well as a Master’s Diploma in Ecumenical Studies from UCU.