Kyiv Institute of Business and Technology


Kyiv Institute of Business and Technology welcomes international students motivated to get a quality education. What makes KIBiT unique?

  • Cooperation with the leading European universities
  • Responsibility for high-quality training
  • Individual approach and respect for students’ personalities
  • Favorable multi-cultural atmosphere

Kyiv Institute of Business and Technology was awarded for education innovations and highly professional training. KIBiT is among the top-10 private universities in Ukraine. Its Business School is one of the leading business schools.

Foreign citizens are accepted upon a successful interview.

Programs and types of degree

KIBiT offers the following programs:

  • Finance, Banking and Insurance
  • Management
  • Public Management and Administration
  • Accounting and Taxation
  • Psychology

The programs lead to a Bachelor’s degree and MBA. Foreign students are required to have a good command of Russian or Ukrainian sufficient for understanding the program courses. There is a 10-month preparatory course for those international students who want to improve one of the mentioned languages. Upon completing a preparatory course, students receive a certificate that gives them the right to continue their studies in any Ukrainian university or institute.


  • Full-time
  • Extramural (correspondence)

Major disciplines:

Computer science, economics, management, geography, business ethics, law, practical psychology, political science, philosophy, mathematics, banking, business English and a 100 more subjects.


Kyiv Institute of Business and Technology has its campuses in 5 most popular among students Ukrainian cities. It’s up to a particular student which city to choose: bustling and dynamic capital city of Kyiv, quiet and green Zhytomyr full of active students, ancient Vinnytsia where the institute has its own infrastructure, modern Zaporizhia, or cozy Uman.


The institute faculty includes professors (75%), top managers of leading companies (6%), and lecturers with practical experience (19%). One of the main principles of KIBiT instructors is an individual approach to each student.

KIBiT is a member of the following associations and international projects:

  • United Nations Global Compact
  • AMBA

The graduates of Kyiv Institute of Business and Technology build successful careers in the public sector (14%), 21% of them work for international companies, 24% – for Ukrainian firms, 41% of graduates start their own business.

Tuition fees

Students are enrolled on a basis of a contract that is concluded for the whole period of studies.

Tuition fees, depending on a program, vary from $1200 to $4500 per year. A contract price includes all educational services being provided except for additional programs such as summer school, summer internship, and certification programs.

Visa support and registration of foreigners in Ukraine

Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Korea, Moldova, Mongolia, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan are the countries of visa-free access to Ukraine. The citizens of other countries must obtain a student visa of type “D”. The international department of KIBiT provides extensive assistance in completing all necessary documents.

The beginning of the academic year

1.09.2016 — Bachelor degree programs

1.10.2016 — Preparatory Course

1.10.2016 and 1.03.2017 —МВА programs

Duration of programs

Preparatory Course – 10 month

Bachelor’s degree programs – 4 years (full-time) or 4.5 years (extramural)

MBA – 1 year

KIBiT: How to apply

  1. Fill in an application form on the website (deadline – May 1, 2016)
  2. Send the following documents to us.

A letter of motivation

A copy of national passport

A copy of international passport

A copy of educational document with points/grades

A copy of medical health certificate

  1. Have a Skype interview
  2. Upon receiving an invitation to study, apply for a D-visa (deadline – August 20, 2016)
  3. Come to the Dean Office of KIBiT, register for an introductory lecture (deadline – September 1, 2016)