Dear colleagues!

National Erasmus+ Office in Ukraine & HERE team together with the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Ukrainian State Center for International Education and Ukrainian Universities Teams will be happy to welcome you (offline and online) in Barcelona next week for the upcoming annual conference on higher education internationalisation of the EAIE European Association for International Education.

We kindly invite you to join the session to learn about the situation in Ukraine and oportunities for cooperation under ErasmusPlus at 9.45-10.00 on September 14, 2022, Verde 2, Level 0, Fira

and 13-16 September we are looking forwad to meet partners at the Exhibision with the Ukrainian Stand D2.

There are over 30 opportunities to cooperate under ErasmusPlus with Ukraine!Do not miss any of them!

You will be helped to implement ideas into the projects and to find reliable partners! 

Please find detailed information about the situation in Ukraine, Education Status, Challenges and Support Needed as well as Opportunities for cooperation under Erasmus+!


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Two new Eurydice reports are out today: ‘Supporting refugee learners from Ukraine in schools in Europe’ and ‘Supporting refugee learners from Ukraine in higher education in Europe’. How have European education systems responded to the large number of children and young people arriving from #Ukraine? And what policies and measures have been developed to support Ukrainian students across Europe? Find the answers in these reports! They provide new insights into how European education systems can ensure that refugee learners from Ukraine have access to education, training and the required support.

Download the new report on schools here.

Download the new report one on higher education here.


We are glad to invite you to the 3rd International Symposium (hybrid symposium) on August 27th – 28th, 2022. We sincerely invite all interested national and international experts and enthusiasts from universities, institutions, organizations, businesses, and communities to a session of knowledge sharing and dissemination on numerous topics, including: Earth science, Energy, Environmental science, Sustainable Development Goals/SDGs (Environmental Protection), Special issues: Community Engagement, COVID-19, and Natural DisastersAs the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic was felt worldwide, our previous symposia (the first and second JESSD Symposia) had been conducted online. In these troubled times, we were thankful for the support of more than 230 participants from 18 countries who helped us conduct this international symposium. We held the first and second virtual international symposia in 2020 and 2021. We are happy to announce that we had accepted around 490 papers until 2021 and had published through IOP: Earth and Environmental Science (indexed by Scopus on December 2021), E3S Web of Conferences, and AIP Conference Proceeding. Please kindly check the published papers here:


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On 30th June 2022, the National Erasmus+ Office in Ukraine together with the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, the Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine, Erasmus Student Network Ukraine, Erasmus Mundus Association Ukraine, Ukrainian State Center for International Education organises the webinar “Ukrainian Higher Education Under Bombs: Voices from #ErasmusGeneration”.

The aim of the event is to raise awareness about current situation within higher education, to provide testimonials by EU networks in Ukraine during full-scale invasion and to present directions for support and cooperation.

What? Webinar "Ukrainian Higher Education Under Bombs: Voices from #ErasmusGeneration".

When? 30th June 2022, 15:00-17:30 (Kyiv time) / 14:00-16:30 CEST.

Where? Online via Zoom platform.

Target audience: DG EAC, European Union Delegations, National Erasmus+ Agencies, National Erasmus+ Offices, Erasmus Students Network, Erasmus Mundus Association, European HEIs, European youth organisations etc.

Language: English (simultaneous translation is not provided).

Virtual dress-code: blue and yellow (optional).


Conference for academics affected by the war in Ukraine

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     Are you a student, academic or scholar affected by the war in Ukraine and are you looking for an opportunity to continue your study, research project or scientific work? Do you want to share your research data and scientific expertise and build up a network within your discipline? Do you want to connect with other students, academics and scholars and find out more about research funding opportunities here in Germany? Sign up to speak and participate in the Chance for Science Conference 2022!


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On March 12, 2022, the Union of Rectors of Ukraine made important decisions regarding the situation in higher education and the participation of its representatives in the defense of the state during martial law.

According to the approved decision, the priority tasks of the Union are:

  • support for the initiative of the Ministry of Education and Science on the abolition of the State Final Examination, Independent External Evaluation in secondary school, simplification of admission to the master's degree in 2022, the abolition of graduation from medical universities under the "Krok" system;
  • giving universities the right to set their own tuition fees (if necessary);
  • appeals to the government to increase the number of public procurement places by 30% for 2022 entrants, especially for entrants from the most affected areas.

Joining the fight against the Russian invaders, representatives of the higher school:

  • call on the Academic Councils and Rector's Offices of the Free Economic Zone to transfer monthly one-day earnings to the account of the Armed Forces of Ukraine;
  • condemns the actions of the Council of Rectors of Russia and Belarus, which shamefully supported military aggression against Ukraine;
  • appeal to all partner universities abroad and international colleagues to support Ukraine, to put pressure on their governments and parliaments to impose sanctions on Russia, and to close the sky over Ukraine.

On March 9, 2022, a meeting was held under the leadership of the university, which was attended by vice-rectors, deans of faculties, head of the educational and methodological department, deputy chief accountant of the university. The organization of the educational process during martial law was discussed at the meeting.

Shramko Ya.V. informed the audience about the postponement of the election of the rector of the university until the end of martial law and the peculiarities of the leadership of the university in the current conditions. Prior to the appointment of the head of the university in the manner prescribed by law, the duties of the rector are entrusted to the first vice-rector Ostroushko O.A. To the Chairman of the Academic Council of the University Shramka Ya.V. is the first vice-rector. Yaroslav Vladislavovych stressed the need for coordinated and effective work of all parts of the university in this crucial period for our country.

Ostroushko O.A. spoke at the meeting, informing the audience that taking into account the recommendations of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine on the organization of the educational process during martial law, from March 14, 2022 in KSPU would be renewed educational process, which would be carried out only remotely. Oksana Andriivna noted that educational services for students wouls be provided in full-scale. Implementation of curricula, programs of disciplines and practices, individual curricula of applicants will be implemented through classes (if possible), individual and group consultations, consolidation of programs and more. Particular attention during the report was focused on the peculiarities of the organization of the educational process of distance learning and the final evaluation of the results of practices.

The discussion was attended by vice-rectors, head of the educational and methodical department and deans of faculties.

Summing up the discussion, Shramko Yaroslav Vladislavovych stressed that the coordination of the organization of the educational process at the faculties would be carried out by deans; based on the results of the discussion on the organization of the educational process during martial law, a corresponding order was prepared for the university.

The following spoke:

Barulina Y.O., acting. Vice-Rector for Scientific and Pedagogical Work, who informed the audience about the organization of the psychological service to support students and university staff during martial law.

Bondarenko O.V., head of the educational and methodical department, who highlighted the peculiarities of the organization of work on the preparation of documents on the education of bachelor's graduates.



Military actions on the territory of our country have an extremely negative effect on the emotional state not only of direct witnesses of terrible events, but also of all Ukrainians. That is why it is necessary to find a resource to restore psychological balance.


The Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine Serhiy Shkarlet held an online meeting with the Assistant Director-General of UNESCO for Education, Ms. Stephanie Giannini.

He appealed to Ms. Stefania to support Ukrainian pupils, students, teachers and educators in accessing the educational and scientific process at this extremely difficult time for Ukraine.

Ms. Stefania expressed her absolute support for the people of Ukraine and noted that UNESCO is ready to provide expert assistance to expand and strengthen our distance education system.

At the same time, Ms. Stefania noted that UNESCO will, within the framework of its mandate, analyze what opportunities for education for temporarily evacuated citizens of Ukraine can be provided by EU countries, especially for people who want to get higher education. Ms. Giannini said that universities in some countries are already actively supporting students and academics and are ready to help them in their learning and activities.

Taking the opportunity, in connection with the unprecedented manifestation of Russian aggression, he asked Ms. Stephanie to support the closure of the sky over Ukraine.

He also asked Ms. Stephanie to pay special attention to the analysis of the situation resulting from the ruthless destruction of cultural monuments, including educational institutions. Such aggressive actions of the occupiers will lead to the genocide of humanity and history.

There are 5 powerful nuclear power plants on the territory of Ukraine, in case of damage of which “peaceful atoms” will cause a catastrophe not only for Ukraine, but for the whole world. That is why the issue of closing the sky is of paramount importance to us.

We truly thank UNESCO for its support and look forward to further assistance and cooperation.

We are strong!

We are Ukraine! 


We, the student community of Kryvyi Rih State Pedagogical University, appeal to other students from around the world to spread awareness about the beginning of hostilities on the part of the Russian Federation on the territory of sovereign Ukraine, starting on February 24, 2022. This war, unleashed by the political and military leadership of the aggressor country, is aimed to destroy the Ukrainian state, the right of the people of Ukraine to freely choose their own future, the faith of the Ukrainian people in their own strength, courage and, eventually, into their inevitable victory. More