President Zelenskiy inaugurated the new building of the Kyiv School of Economics yesterday

which is located on Mykola Shpaka Street, near the US Embassy. “The new KSE building is really impressive,” Zelenskiy said to Timofiy Milovanov, the Acting President of the business school who is also an advisor to Zelenskiy. The new 6-story building has classrooms for 700 students. Founded in 1996, the school has grown to have 230 students in seven master’s programs and 1,400 students of professional programs and courses.

Farmak, a leading Ukrainian pharmaceuticals company, will donate $500,000 to the Kiev School of Economics (KSE) to fund a new campus and improve existing programs

, the company said in a press release. “By supporting such projects, we are contributing to the achievement of the Global Sustainable Development Goals, one of the tasks of which is to improve the quality of higher education and ensure its close connection with science,” said Volodymyr Kostyuk, Executive Director of Farmak.

“Ukrainian business is entering a new level of corporate social responsibility, and this should become an example for others.

Thanks to the support of companies such as Farmak, we are preparing the ground for a strong and innovative Ukrainian economy,” said KSE President Timofey Milovanov.