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International Schools in Ukraine: Where Expats Send Their Children to School

International Schools in Ukraine Last update: May 2, 2012 (prices updated) In Ukraine, there are both public (state) and private schools just like in many other countries. In contrast to the United States, parents in Ukraine can choose to send their children to any public school they wish; the school system does not have districts that dictate which school local children must attend. Some expats send their children to Ukrainian public schools. Many others send them to prestigious international....

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Safety in Ukraine: Protecting Yourself and Your Possessions

Safety in Ukraine: Avoiding Theft and Personal Danger Violent crime is less prevalent in Ukraine than in western countries, but pickpocketing and late-night robbery are a potential risk. Take your safety into your own hands by following the guidelines below. Avoiding pickpocketing Pickpocketing has become more common in recent years. The main targets are cell phones. Some people seem to have their phones stolen constantly through unattentiveness. Purses, wallets, pocket money, and passports are also targeted. The following....

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Ukraine: Geography, Nature, Climate, and Demographics

Ukraine's Geography, Nature, Climate, and Demographics Last updated: April, 2014 Location and time zone Ukraine is situated between 44 and 52 degrees latitude in the continental temperate zone in Eastern Europe and has an area of 603,000 km2 (including Crimea). It borders Belarus on the north, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Moldova on the west, and Russia on the east. Ukraine's time zone is 1 hour behind Moscow, 2 hours ahead of London, 7 hours ahead of New York City, 10 hours....

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Ukraine Maps, with Links to Other Maps of Ukraine

Maps of Ukraine Map of Ukraine and its neighbors to the southwest, Moldova and Romania* *Note that the map shows city names transcribed from Ukrainian, not Russian, with the exception of Kyiv ("Kiev"), Ukraine's capital. Map of Ukraine's....

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Ukraine Languages: Dealing with Ukraine's Bilingual Society

Languages of Ukraine Getting by in a bilingual society; last update: February, 2016 Ukrainian and Russian both belong to the Slavic language family — languages considered difficult for native English speakers because of their different alphabet (Cyrillic is used for Russian, Ukrainian, Belarussian, Bulgarian, Serbian, and Macedonian and for some Central Asian languages), complex system of endings, perfective and imperfective verb forms, unpredictable accents within words (esp. Russian and Ukrainian),....

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