MIA PODCAST: What Education Do Security and National-Patriotic Education Lyceums of the MIA Provide?

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Detailed information about education in Security Lyceums – in the video.

Education in the lyceums provides full secondary education. Alongside the mandatory school curriculum, lyceums offer specialized subjects such as “Law Studies,” “Physical Education,” and specialized courses introducing the functions of MoIA system bodies.

After the first year, lyceum students can choose electives in mathematics, history, Ukrainian language, or other subjects relevant to their future.

Various interest-based clubs are available for the comprehensive development of lyceum students.

• Establishing Security and National-Patriotic Education Lyceums of the MoIA of Ukraine is primarily a social project aimed at supporting our defenders and their families.

• The mandatory requirement for admission is basic secondary education. Currently, lyceums are established in Kyiv, Dnipro, Ivano-Frankivsk, and Vinnytsia.


How to Become an Admission Candidate:

Fill out the feedback form.

• Receive a call from the admissions committee.

• Parents or legal representatives must contact the body (department) where one of the parents served or is serving to form the admission case.



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