How European Universities support students fleeing the war in Ukraine – Erasmus+ dashboard highlights opportunities

How European Universities support students fleeing the war in Ukraine – Erasmus+ dashboard highlights opportunities

June 1, 2022

The European University Foundation and the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki have designed a special tool to share information about initiatives by various European universities to support students fleeing the war in Ukraine.

The content of this website, developed with the support of the EU-funded Erasmus+ programme, is based on information provided by Higher Education Institutions, and is constantly updated.

The page provides the latest available information about emergency shelter, health support, special scholarships and fast-track application procedures during the war in Ukraine. A search option allows you to filter content by institution, country or city.

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