Scholarship opportunities for Ukrainian researchers

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Information For Students From Ukraine

Fellowship and scholarship opportunities for Ukrainian scholars, students and researchers who had to leave the country:

Amazing database of resources for scholars in danger (multiple countries and unis). 

#ScienceForUkraine is a community group of volunteer students and research scientists from academic institutions in Europe and around the world. Our mission is to collect and disseminate information about support opportunities at the university, national, and international level for students and researchers directly affected by the recent Russian invasion of Ukraine.

University of Eastern Finland offers admission to 20 Ukrainian students

Ukraine Crisis Scholar Support Group


In response to the escalating war and dire humanitarian situation in Ukraine, Tel Aviv University announced the launch of the Emergency Fellowship Fund for Ukrainian Graduate Students

Due to the war in Ukraine, the Austrian Academy of Sciences is offering an emergency call for applications from Ukrainian researchers as part of its academic mobility programme “Joint Excellence in Science and Humanities” (JESH).

the Polish Academy of Sciences introduces a new tool supporting cooperation with Ukrainian researchers 

NEP4DISSENT is an EU-funded, international scholarly network dedicated to research on resistance and dissent in former socialist countries. Emergency Fund. Eligibility: Scholars affiliated to institutions in Ukraine (including but not limited to universities, research centres, museums, galleries, NGOs etc.) regardless of their current place of residence. 

PAUSE program opens a special call for emergency assistance to Ukrainian researchers in danger, through an emergency fund granted by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation.

In response to the current situation in Ukraine, OSUN is developing a number of urgent measures to support Ukrainian scholars, students, and other members of the higher education community. 

In light of the Russian Invasion of Ukraine and the threat the war poses on civilians, including academics, the Field of Excellence “Dimensions of Europeanization”, the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Graz are supporting three fellows from the Ukraine to spend one semester (4 months) in Graz to conduct and present research and collaborate with other researchers. 



Polycentricity and Plurality of Premodern Christianities (POLY) is a Project of the GoetheUniversity Frankfurt am Main funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). POLY offers five scholarships to Ukrainian historians who are forced to leave their country. Scholarships consist of 3000 € per month each and are initially limited to four months. They address post-doctoral scholars in medieval and early modern history with a focus on religious plurality. There is no deadline and no formal application. If you are interested, please contact: Prof. Dr. Birgit Emich: Dr. Andreea Badea: Dr. Bruno Boute: For information in Ukrainian, please contact: Dr. Iryna Klymenko:

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Термінова підтримка українських істориків та історикинь «Поліцентричність і множинність домодерних християнств» (POLY) — це проект Університету Гете у Франкфурті-на-Майні (Німеччина), що фінансується DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft). POLY пропонує п'ять стипендій для українськиї істориків та історикинь, які вимушені покинути свою країну. Сума стипендії становить 3.000 євро щомісячно, тривалістю щонайменше чотири місяці. До подачі заявок запрошуються науковці та науковиці рівня «постдок» за фахом середньовічної та\або ранньомодерної історії релігії та мультирелігійності. Заявку на стипендію можна подавати у будь який час. Якщо ви зацікавлені, будь ласка, звертайтесь: Prof. Dr. Birgit Emich Dr. Andreea Badea Dr. Bruno Boute За інформацією українською звертайтесь: Dr. Iryna Klymenko

Scholars from Ukraine and threatened colleagues from Russia and Belarus can apply for immediate short-term grants at the Research Centre for East European Studies at Uni Bremen

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