Support measures at Circle U. universities for students and staff affected by the war in Ukraine

As it is the case with many higher education institutions in the world, Circle U. universities have responded to the humanitarian crisis caused by the war in Ukraine by putting in place support measures for students, staff and institutions affected by the conflict.

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These initiatives are wide-ranging and include – just to name a few examples - opportunities for donations, academic and extracurricular activities, Master’s degree scholarships, research fellowships, free use of libraries and university IT infrastructures, language classes, psychological support, support for preservation of cultural heritage, and sharing of courses and other academic content.

As information on support available is regularly being updated as new measures are put in place, we have compiled a list of the dedicated webpages at each Circle U. university providing an up-to-date overview of support measures.

We stand in solidarity with all those affected by the war and remain committed to supporting our Ukrainian colleagues in the long term.

Support measures on our universities' websites:

Published May 16, 2022 10:30 AM - Last modified May 16, 2022 10:58 AM