Discounts for bachelor`s programs

The university entrants of the KSE bachelor’s programs can apply for the budget (state-funded) places.

 

The maximum number of the budget places available to applicants for education prigrams at KSE:

  • Business Economics 9 places
  • Economics and Big Data 6 places
  • IT and Business Analytics 10 places

 

Applicants for KSE bachelor’s programs can expect discounts on tuition fees for winning competitions (olympiads) in economics and IT (from 30 to 100%), according to the results of sessions, as well as the tax rebates (up to 18%). The winners of the olympiads have to take a certain place in the list of enrolled applicants.

Discounts for the first term (mini-semester 2 months each)

Business Economics and Economics and Big Data

1. 90% discount no more than 2 discounts (number of people who can get the discount). Funded by Western NIS Enterprise Fund. To get such discount a student needs to:

  • take the first place at the KSE Olympiad in Economics for bachelor applicants;
  • be not lower than 15th place, according to the competitive score in the list of those enrolled in the respective competitive offer;
  • sign a tuition contract.

 

2. 70% discount no more than 2 discounts (number of people who can get the discount). To get such discount a student needs to:

  • take second place at the KSE Olympiad in Economics for bachelor applicants;
  • be not lower than 20th place, according to the competitive score in the list of those enrolled in the respective competitive offer;
  • sign a tuition contract.

 

3. 50% discount no more than 3 discounts (number of people who can get the discount). Funded by Western NIS Enterprise Fund. To get such discount a student needs to:

  • take third place at the KSE Olympiad in Economics for bachelor applicants;
  • be not lower than 30th place, according to the competitive score in the list of those enrolled in the respective competitive offer;
  • sign a tuition contract.

IT and Business Analytics

1. 90% discount no more than 1 discount (number of people who can get the discount). To get such discount a student needs to:

  • take the first place at the KSE Olympiad in IT for bachelor applicants;
  • be not lower than 15th place, according to the competitive score in the list of those enrolled in the respective competitive offer;
  • sign a tuition contract.

 

2. 70% discount   no more than 1 discount (number of people who can get the discount). To get such discount a student needs to:

  • take second place at the KSE Olympiad in IT for bachelor applicants;
  • be not lower than 20th place, according to the competitive score in the list of those enrolled in the respective competitive offer;
  • sign a tuition contract.

 

3. 50% discount no more than 2 discounts (number of people who can get the discount). To get such discount a student needs to:

  • take third place at the KSE Olympiad in IT for bachelor applicants;
  • зbe not lower than 25th place, according to the competitive score in the list of those enrolled in the respective competitive offer;
  • sign a tuition contract.

Discounts for the rest of the 2021/2022 academic year (2-5 terms)

From the second term, discounts are given to those students who have the appropriate Grade Point Average (hereinafter – GPA). The score is calculated based on the grades obtained for the subjects studied in the previous term of the session, taking into account the ECTS credits for each discipline. 

 

Ranking for all three educational programs “Business Economics” (Specialty 051), “Economics and Big Data” (Specialty 051) and “IT and Business Analytics” (Specialty 121) is the only one in which students of all three programs participate. It is based on the results of the exams in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 terms.

Discounts for the results of the session

1. 90% discount no more than 3 discounts (number of people who can get the discount). Funded by Western NIS Enterprise Fund. To get such discount a student needs to follow these requirements:

  • the student’s GPA according to the result of the session of the relevant term must be no lower than the 3rd place in the ranking;
  • the student’s GPA according to the results of the session of the relevant term must be at least 90 points;
  • sign a tuition contract.

 

2. 70% discount no more than 3 discounts (number of people who can get the discount). To get such discount a student needs to follow these requirements:

  • the student’s GPA according to the result of the session of the relevant term must be no lower than the 6th place in the ranking;
  • the student’s GPA according to the results of the session of the relevant term must be at least 85 points;
  • sign a tuition contract.

 

3. 50% discount no more than 5 discounts (number of people who can get the discount). Funded by Western NIS Enterprise Fund. To get such discount a student needs to follow these requirements:

  • the student’s GPA according to the result of the session of the relevant term must be no lower than the 11th place in the ranking;
  • the student’s GPA according to the results of the session of the relevant term must be at least 80 points;
  • sign a tuition contract.

Tax relief

  1. Under the conditions of tax relief, the state reimburses up to 18% of the cost of education. Here are step-by-step instructions for reimbursing part of the training costs in the form of tax relief, according to Article 166 of the Tax Code of Ukraine:
    Step 1. Check that the person who is paying for tuition:
  1. is a citizen of Ukraine (has a Ukrainian passport and TIN – identification code)
  2. is officially employed, can provide a certificate of income

This can be the student himself if he has an official income, or a member of his family of the first degree of kinship (mother, father, wife/husband).

 

Step 2. Collect a package of documents for the tax service:

  1. Passport.
  2. TIN (identification code).
  3. Declaration of property and income. (Filed online through the taxpayer’s electronic account, which can be accessed with an electronic signature)
  4. Certificate of salary (form № 3). (Obtained in the accounting department of the company where you are employed)
  5. A copy of the contract with the institution of higher education.
  6. Copies of receipts (checks, payment orders) for tuition.
  7. Documents confirming the degree of kinship (if the parents pay for education, you must provide a child’s birth certificate, if the tax relief is claimed by the husband or wife – a marriage certificate).
  8. A statement indicating the details of the invoice for the transfer of reimbursement.

 

Step 3. With the package of documents you need to apply to the territorial body of the State Tax Service of Ukraine at the place of registration of the taxpayer or submit documents online in the taxpayer’s office

 

When submitting documents online, you must have an electronic digital signature (it is issued in the tax or online using the service Privat)

 

Step 4. The funds will be transferred to your bank account within 60 days after receipt of the package of documents (According to Article 179 of the Tax Code of Ukraine in case of approval of your tax relief)

 

Useful information:

  1. The maximum amount of the tax relief is 18% of the amount paid for tuition last calendar year.
  2. The amount of the tax relief may not exceed the amount of personal income tax (PIT) paid. At the same time, the amount of the tax relief may not exceed the amount of personal income tax (PIT) paid. You can find out the amount of PIT paid for you either in the accounting department of the organization where you, or in the taxpayer’s own electronic office by filling out a request for the amount of income paid and taxes withheld.
  3. It is possible to apply for a tax rebate until December 31 of the year following the reporting year. In 2022 we submit documents for 2021. Accordingly, you have one year to apply for a tax rebate for the previous calendar year.
  4. A person who wants to receive payment should not be a private entrepreneur.
  5. Reimbursements apply only to the services of domestic higher education institutions and do not take into account the payment of additional courses or training at the military department.