Finnish National Agency for Education has opened an EDUFI Fellowship for doctoral students from Ukraine -call for applications for doctoral students currently fleeing the war in Ukraine.
Programmes Higher education Research grants
Opetushallitus on avannut verkkosivuston, joka kokoaa yhteen tietoa korkeakoulujen avaamista opiskelu- ja tutkimusmahdollisuuksista henkilöille, joiden opinnot tai akateeminen työ Ukrainassa on keskeytynyt sodan takia. Sivusto löytyy osoitteesta www.studyinfinland.fi/ukraine.
More than 800 people who have fled Ukraine go to school, study in upper secondary education or are in early childhood education and care in Finland
At the turn of March and April, the Finnish National Agency for Education conducted a survey among the providers of early childhood education and care (ECEC), basic education as well as general upper secondary and vocational education on the impacts of the Russian attack. More than 800 people who have fled Ukraine go to school, study in upper secondary education or are in early childhood education and care in Finland. The largest number of children and young people who have fled Ukraine are currently in instruction preparing for basic education.
The European Union enables Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps project beneficiaries to support Ukrainians currently fleeing and affected by the war.
Current issues Erasmus+ Erasmus+ for adult education Erasmus+ for vocational education Erasmus+ for higher education Erasmus+ for youth work Erasmus+ for general education Erasmus+: Sport European Solidarity Corps