If you are aware of other offers – please inform by sending the information to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) lists Resources for Helping Displaced Scholars from Ukraine
- Central European Research Infrastructure Consortium, CERIC–ERIC: Call for post-docs for Ukrainian citizens and residents affected by the war
- EAIE: European Association for International Education: support issues
- The East European Network for Philosophy of Science collecting the initiatives with the focus on philosophers of science and more broadly analytic philosophy
- The Secretariat of the Committee on Education of the Council of Europe informs that a special website “Education in time of crisis”
- EMBO set up a “solidarity list”. Some provide space and infrastructure, others financial support; EMBO has added a Small Grants Programme to support its young investigators who host colleagues affected by the war. Research4Life provides free access for Ukrainians to research papers, including subscription content at EMBO Reports and The EMBO Journal. We will also waive all author fees for Ukraine-based researchers in 2022
- ERA4Ukraine: This specific EURAXESS initiative wants to support researchers of Ukraine by providing them with an overview of all existing actions at European and national levels. You can find an overview of the most useful information per country and EU Support
- Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs set measures to support Ukrainian entrepreneurs and implemented more flexible application procedures
- European Association for International Education (EAIE): One free EAIE membership per higher education institution in Ukraine for 2022
- ERC: Jobs for researchers fleeing the war
- The COST Programme provides funding for establishing research and innovation networks. All researchers, irrespective of their physical location, affiliated to Ukrainian legal entities, are eligible to receive COST funding. Researchers can apply for short-term research stays, Virtual Networking Tools and/or join any Action Working Group via an easy online procedure. Researchers, who are new to COST, are invited to explore the running COST Actions. Read here the COST statement about Ukraine
- European Research Network on Signal Transduction (ERNEST), COST Action: Emergency Fund for Ukrainian researchers
- The Scholars at Risk Network in Europe is the European office of the global Scholars at Risk network. SAR Europe is hosted at the Maynooth University (Ireland). It coordinates the InSPIREurope, an ambitious 10-partner Europe-wide initiative to support researchers at risk.
- EU-LIFE (an alliance of leading research centres in life sciences) announced open positions for Ukrainian researchers in EU-LIFE institutes across the Europe
- EU Talent Pool Pilot – you can create your CV and show your skills to more than 4 000 carefully validated and registered employers and EURES Members and Partners.
- ESO Ukraine Department to Department Visit Programme is a grant of EUR 1,500 offered to up to 10 Ukrainian physicians and researchers to support a short visit of 1-2 weeks, or as a contribution to a longer visit to a European Stroke Unit. The programme provides support to Ukrainian physicians and researchers for visiting stroke departments outside of Ukraine.
- FEBS Ukrainian Short-Term Fellowships, no deadline, application open till the end of 2022
- The Guild’s universities supporting researchers, academics and students affected by the war in Ukraine. Policies and commitments to enroll Ukrainian students and to host Ukrainian researchers and academics as well as support for students affected by the war already enrolled at Guild member universities are listed here
- Max Weber Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Social Sciences and Humanities for an early stage researcher affected by the war in Ukraine
- MSCA4Ukraine: The Commission has officially announced the launch of the MSCA4Ukraine scheme, part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions. It supports displaced researchers from Ukraine for them to continue their work in academic or non-academic organisations in Europe. The scheme will also allow them to re-establish themselves in Ukraine to rebuild the country’s research and innovation capacity.
- Opportunities in Horizon-funded research & innovation projects for displaced researchers or other specialists from Ukraine who can search here for opportunities to become involved in ongoing EU-funded research & innovation projects
In an alphabetical order, by country:
- “In times of war, we all lose”: KU Leuven condemns invasion of Ukraine
KU Leuven is setting up a fund for the accommodation of Ukrainian students and researchers looking for shelter, or for necessary extensions of stay for those already at KU Leuven. Contact: email@example.com
- Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS) announces a call for the researchers and PhD students from Ukraine under the new programme “Researchers at Risk Fellowship“.
- Czech Republic: Czexpats network of Czech scientists abroad offers help to Ukrainian scientists and students fleeing war in finding work and study opportunities in the Czech Republic. Write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Research Jobs offers support for Ukrainian researchers and their families. Information is provided in Ukrainian and Czech
- Support to Ukrainian researchers, scientists (and their families)
Czech Republic & Slovakia
- Aarhus University Ukraine: AUFF-Ukraine Research Fellowships at AIAS, Aarhus University will be available through the donation, open for researchers from any scientific discipline
- ARU fellowship programme for researchers at risk from #Ukrainian universities. The SARU fellowship programme is financed by the Novo Nordisk Foundation, the Carlsberg Foundation and VILLUM FONDEN # VELUX FONDEN (THE VELUX FOUNDATIONS), and it offers remote scholarships as well as fellowships for approx. 24 researchers affected by the war in Ukraine. The programme enables them to continue their academic research in a secure and international environment at Danish universities for a period of up to one year as a Research Assistant or Postdoc. Deadline: 30th of September 2022
- Estonian Research Council support for interested Ukrainian scientists with a microbiology, bioinformatics, machine learning background. For further informationplease contact Prof. Dr. Alina Nechyporenko: email@example.com
- FEMS Ukraine Support Grant for PhD students or early-career scientists. The grant contributes up to €6,000 for travel, accommodation, and some living costs to enable the grantee to undergo research and training at a European host institution (academic or industrial). The grant is for a maximum of 6 months
- Tallinn University of Technology has decided that students from Ukraine will be exempt from tuition fees this semester. Estonian public universities are currently approving a proposal to exempt students from Ukraine from tuition fees also in the next academic year (2022/2023). The university has established a scholarship fund to support both international students who are Ukrainian citizens and already studying at Tallinn University of Technology and those whose studies have been interrupted due to the Russian military attack and who want to continue their studies in TalTech’s study programmes. The university provides every possible support to Ukrainian students and staff. Relevant information is provided on the university’s external website here. All students and staff can submit their questions and proposals at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Aalto University offers study rights without fees and with scholarships to Ukraine’s university students. Support for at least 40 Ukrainian students and students who have received asylum from Ukraine. Applications for the separate right to study may be submitted from 16 March until 5 April. For more information on applying, see here. Applicants, find the Aalto University course offerings here. Scholarships for Ukrainian students available at Aalto University summer school. Aalto University Summer School offers scholarships for Ukrainian students in the summer of 2022. There are five scholarships available for each of the courses Digital Business, Scale-Up Leadership, and Climate, Health and Architecture. Additionally, there are three scholarships available for the Nordic Biomaterials course
- EDUFI Fellowship for doctoral students from Ukraine provides doctoral level students from Ukraine the opportunity to continue their academic work in Finland and supports the academic community and the reconstruction of higher education system in Ukraine
- The Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters opens a call for grants for Ukrainian researchers in Finland. Grants can be awarded to Ukrainian citizens already in Finland or Finnish researchers for inviting Ukrainian citizens to carry out research work in Finland. The grants can be applied for as long as the war continues. The board of the Society will later decide about when this grant program will end. More information on grants is given by professor Mats Gyllenberg secretarius@
- University of Eastern Finland offers admission to 20 Ukrainian students. Contact: email@example.com
- Budapest Semmelweis University takes on medical students from Ukrainian universities and offers jobs to medical staff who were forced to flee the war-hit country
- Video on Scholarship for International Medical Students Studying in Ukraine in Hungarian Medical Universities
- VDU extends a helping hand to the Ukrainians
- MJJ fondas establishes the funds to support the Ph.D. students, Postdoc researchers and scientists from #Ukraine, who are looking for safe relocation opportunities in Lithuania until it is safe to return and strengthen their country. Duration of the stay in the Lithuanian universities and research centers – up to 8 months with possibility of extension, if necessary. The call is ongoing until further notice.
- Ukrainian academics who are looking for a place at one of the Dutch universities can now turn to a new national platform: AcademicsNLforUkraine. Universities can offer workplaces and research facilities here. Universities can also indicate on the platform where researchers can turn to for help in the academic community
- #Cloud4Ukraine: The Dutch Cloud Community offers technical assistance to the Ukrainian hosting and cloud industry to help them continue their operations during the war. Ukrainian hosting and cloud companies, local and national governments and IT companies are invited to submit requests for assistance through the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- TU Delft: Cognitive Robotics wants to help victims from the war in Ukraine and invites refugees with an MSc or PhD background in Robotics, AI, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, or Computer Science, to send an open application to Secretariaat-CoR-3mE@tudelft.nl with CV and motivation- and background letter for the following temporary positions: Engineer, PhD student, Postdoc, Internship, Researcher / Research Assistant, Teaching Assistant
- University of Amsterdam updates roster of initiatives for Ukrainian students and academics including an up-to-date list of relevant information about facilities and provisions
- Call for Post-Doctoral Fellows from Ukraine – Department of Sociology, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, supported by a grant from the FLAX Foundation, seeks to hire two Post-Doctoral Fellows for a one-year appointment. The submission of full application will close on 1 February 2023.
- August Pi i Sunyer Biomedical Research Institute has open positions for Ukrainian scientists:
- Group Dr. Azucena Sala on “Inflammatory bowel disease” offers two 1-year funded positions for a PhD student or postdoc from Ukraine with either wet lab or computational (sequencing data analysis) backgrounds. Research projects will focus on Crohn’s disease
- Group Dr. Elias Campo on “Molecular pathology of lymphoid neoplasms” is a strong interdisciplinary research team focused on the study of lymphoid neoplasms. They offer a position as laboratory technician
- Institute of Physical and Information Technologies and Information Leonardo Torres Quevedo (Madrid) opened a two-years position for a physicist, mechanical, electrical or biomedical engineer with PhD degree, degree, who will participate in the development and fine tuning of a high-resolution ultrasound imaging system and will carry out the experimental work related to the use of such technology. More information here
- Nanoscience Cooperative Research Center CIC (nanoGUNE), located in Donostia / San Sebastian, Basque Country (Spain), kindly offers support to researchers (particularly PhD students and post-docs) who have been forced to leave Ukraine as a result of the ongoing war
- Spanish Association against Cancer offers 3 to 6-month fellowships for scientists from Ukraine to continue carrying out research on cancer. At the August Pi i Sunyer Biomedical Research Institute, an area dedicated to cancer is established, for match making, please, contact Michela Bertero: email@example.com
- Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) offers the grants, aimed at hiring researchers with a doctoral degree, for a minimum of 3 months and a maximum of 2 years, with the possibility of extension. Researchers (males) over 60 years of age and researchers (females) without age restrictions have been specifically considered because their departure from the country is not limited. The CSIC asks all the ICUs and National Centers that are interested in hosting one or more researchers, to send us an email to the corporate address firstname.lastname@example.org. Summarized CV (one page) of each of the candidates, as well as their ability to welcome them to the center as soon as possible
Swedish Research Council lists Funding opportunities in Sweden
- EURAXESS SWEDEN: https://www.euraxess.se/ukraine
- European University Institute: https://www.eui.eu/apply?id=jean-monnet-fellowships-ukraine
- Industrifonden with Beetroot Academy: 10 scholarships for education in IT development and IT project management
- KK-stiftelsen: Open call: Visiting Academic Scholars from Ukraine https://www.kks.se/om-oss/press-och-publikationer/artikelarkiv/open-call-for-proposal-visiting-academic-scholars-from-ukraine/
- Knowledge Foundation: Visiting Academic Scholars from Ukraine: The programme offers funding for employment of visiting academic scholars, from PhD students and upwards the academic career, to continue their academic work. The form of employment is to be decided by the hosting Swedish university. The duration of the project can stretch from three months up to three years. The visiting scholar should be an already identified individual with a Ukrainian citizenship who, at the outset of 2022, was active at a Ukrainian higher education institution
- Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation: Support to Ukrainian researchers
- The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences: Scholarships for Ukrainian scientists in Sweden. The research shall be conducted at a Swedish university or at one of the research institutes of the Academy. Expenses that can be covered by the scholarship include e.g. living expenses, travels as well as other costs that may be associated with temporarily relocating to Sweden. Applications are sent by email to email@example.com – labelling the subject line “Ukraine”. Applications are processed continuously in the order they are received. Further information can be obtained via firstname.lastname@example.org.
- With funding from Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, KAW, SciLifeLab will support Ukrainian guest scientists in the fields of life science and biocomputing to join SciLifeLab-affiliated research groups and infrastructure and the data-driven life science program. Financial support to cover salaries of Ukrainian scientists is available for a one-year period (up to 1 MSEK/person).
- Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research Fund: projects for researchers with PhD up to 3 years and total cost up to 3M SEK. Decision within 1 month. No deadline for application. Applications in year 2022 only
- Wenner-Gren Foundations Special Scholarships for Visiting Researchers from Ukraine. Official announcement in Swedish (Duration:
3 and at most 12 months)