The first graduates of the master’s programs have now completed their studies within the framework of the WARN project. Unfortunately, due to the ongoing war and security concerns, most of the partners organized remote teaching and defense sessions for the master’s theses.
The project consortium extends sincere congratulations to its graduates for successfully completing their studies and attaining the second level of higher education – MASTER’S! This graduation holds significance not only because it marks the first cohort. The program’s admission in the summer of 2022 coincided with the most challenging period for the Ukrainian state. Despite the adversities, students demonstrated resilience, undertaking tests alongside their teachers, acquiring the skills to address professional issues amidst hybrid threats, categorize them, and develop strategies to counteract them – skills crucial for survival in the face of full-scale Russian aggression.
We hope that this year’s graduates will emerge as the first agents of resilience, employing a holistic approach, and making a substantial contribution to society’s overall resilience during times of war and unforeseen challenges.
The results of the first graduation will be considered in updating the programs of the next enrollment.