Kyiv is an ancient city situated on the picturesque banks of one of the biggest rivers in Europe Dnipro. If you drive to Kyiv from the Boryspil airport you’ll pass one of the five bridges across Dnipro and see majestic slopes of the Dnipro’s hills covered with trees and the golden domes of the churches seen here and there through the green blanket.
Kyiv has rich history, having traversed a glorious path from a settlement of the Slavic tribe to one of the largest European cities. For more than three centuries Kyiv was the capital of Kyiv Rus, one of the most influential European states at that time. That is why Kyiv is called the mother of Rus cities. Kyiv is famous for its outstanding churches and monasteries, such as St. Sophia Cathedral, Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra Monastery, St. Cirill Church, St. Andrew's Church, etc.
The conference fee is equivalent of 300 EUR, payable during registration in Kyiv. The fee will cover organization expenses, conference participant bag, admission to all sessions, refreshment during the coffee breaks, welcome party, book of abstracts, publication of the proceedings, etc. The conference fee of graduate students will be reduced to 100 EUR.
Arrival to Kyiv
Kyiv can be reached by air directly: there are two international airports - Kyiv-Boryspil, and Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport (IEV, Zhuliany).
VISAS: Entry visas are not required for citizens from Europe, North America, a number of Latin-American and other countries. The relevant list can be found at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine page. If required, visas will be issued without delay at Ukraine’s Embassy in your country on the basis of our official invitation.
Entry regime to Ukraine for foreign citizens