The solidarity wave supporting students from Ukraine is immense. Please have a look below at a list of support initiatives in various countries around the world. For information about support in other countries, make sure you have a look at our Support Database for Students Displaced by the War in Ukraine, which includes all the support we could find.
- Charles Darwin University (CDU) is supporting the people of Ukraine, announcing a new scholarship fund, a first for the higher education sector in Australia.
- The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences has made its hotel in Sofia and its holiday base in Varna available to accommodate Ukrainian scientists and their families.
- The Varna University for Management provides free Bulgarian language lessons for those wishing to stay in the country, accommodation and meals
- The American University in Bulgaria (AUBG) opened its doors to any displaced Ukrainian students who can continue their studies in English, seeking or having found refuge in Bulgaria due to the war in Ukraine. AUBG also welcomes refugee scholars and professors within the extent of its institutional capacity.
- Handbook for the people fleeing from the war in Ukraine, seeking protection in the Republic of Bulgaria
- The University of Alberta will waive up to all the 2022-23 tuition fees for any Ukrainian Study Permit holders who are suffering financial hardship due to the war. It also provides funding to support living costs for Ukrainian students.
- The University of Zagreb provides the possibility to continue studies for refugee students from Ukraine. The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Zagreb gives more details about how students from Ukraine can continue their studies there.
- Croatian Ministry of the Interior website for Ukrainian refugees, with all relevant information in both Croatian and Ukrainian languages.
- The University of Cyprus offers 10 scholarships to students from Ukraine. The aim is to support students from Ukraine who have been forcibly forced to leave their homes and their plans for the future.
- The Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI) information page with Q&A for Ukrainians who wish to reside in Denmark.
- Ministry of Higher Education and Science Information about recognition of Ukrainian qualifications in relation to studying or working in Denmark.
- Aarhus University launched a fellowship programme for researchers affected by the war in Ukraine. 10-15 fellowships will be available through the donation from AUFF.
- Ben-Gurion University of the Negev has invited all students who are affected by the war in Ukraine to spend a semester at our university, in Be'er-Sheva, Israel. This includes scholarships, accommodations, and full support from our international staff to assist with visas/health insurance, as well as help to find a lab or program that suits each student/researcher.
- Tel Aviv University (TAU) established an emergency fund to support research students from Ukraine. TAU is offering to host up to 20 research students from Ukrainian universities in all disciplines for a full semester at TAU. During their stay at TAU, scholarship recipients will have the opportunity to further their research through collaboration with TAU’s leading scholars and scientists.
- The Technical University of Moldova has opened its doors to the refugees from the war in Ukraine, providing accommodation and covering basic needs of refugees that arrive.
- Generalist web support and information platform for migrants fleeing the war in Ukraine (in Ukrainian)
- King Juan Carlos University (URJC) invites lecturers from Ukrainian universities to do research for an initial period of three months. The URJC will start ‘with a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 10’ professors.
- The public universities of Castilla y León have agreed to offer 100 places to receive Ukrainian students in their Bachelor's, Masters and Doctorate programmes during this semester.
- University of Barcelona (UB) launched its Support programme for refugees and people from conflict areas, which is managed by the UB Solidarity Foundation (UBSF).
- Website created by Harvard students to help UKR refugees find accommodation and help people offer accommodation.