Volodymyr Tsvil after finishing the eight-year schoof in Tomashivci, Ivano-Frankivsk region, hewas accepted to Ivano-Frankivsk medical college, from which he graduated in 1981. 

From 1981-83 served in the Soviet Army (Air Force). In 1983 Tsvil got accepted to Ivano Frankivsk Medical Institute from which he transferred to Lviv Medical Institute, which Tsvil finished in 1989, acquiring profession of a doctor-gynecologist.

After graduating from the Medical Institute, Tsvil worked in Lviv Perinatal Centre. In 1991 he became a deputy chief medical officer.

In 1992, Volodymyr Tsvil was approved to study in Ivan Franko State University in Lviv, from which he graduated in 1996. Volodymyr Tsvil was a leader of a working group of young politicians that organised a reburial of Cardinal Josyf Slipyj from Rome to Lviv in St. George's Cathedral in 1992.

In 1993, Tsvil became the candidate in Verkhovna Rada in the majority constituency of Rivne region, and also a delegate of VI World Congress of Free Ukrainians (Toronto, Canada).

From 1993, Volodymyr Tsvil founds a "Dilova Galichina" company in Lviv.

From 1996, Tsvil was studying in the Diplomatic Academy affiliated with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine. He finished the Academy in 1998 with a specialisation of international law.

In 1998 Volodymyr Tsvil was a candidate in the Verkhovna Rada.

In 1999 Volodymyr Tsvil became a trusted person of the leader of the Socialist Party of Ukraine, Olexander Moroz, during the presidential election in Ukraine.

In 2000 Tsvil moves to Munich to work on academic project in "Ukrainian Free University". From 2000 Tsvil and his family live in Germany.

In 2002 Volodymyr Tsvil published his book "In the Whirlpool of the Cassette Scandal. A Story Told by Eyewitness" where Tsvil acted as a publicist of the book.

In 2002-2004 Volodymyr Tsvil was Ukrainian consul in Munich.

In 2004 Tsvil founds «O.M. Osteuropaeishe Investitions GmbH which subsequently became a part of TSVIL GROUP 

Volodymyr Tsvil is married and has two children.