Ukraine: EU Anti-Corruption Initiative supports corruption risk analysis of 2022 university admissions
June 2, 2022

Ukraine: EU Anti-Corruption Initiative supports corruption risk analysis of 2022 university admissions


The EU Anti-Corruption Initiative (EUACI), a leading EU-funded anti-corruption programme in Ukraine, the Association of Legal Clinics of Ukraine, and the National Agency on Corruption Prevention, are together launching a project to identify and address corruption risks during the university admissions process.

During martial law, the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine was forced to simplify the process of admission to higher education institutions. EUACI will support the Anti-Corruption Analysis of the 2022 Admission Campaign that will help to prevent corruption risks that have arisen.

Within this project, a Telegram chatbot on corruption risks will be developed, and an information campaign on the rights of recipients will be conducted.

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