Sciences Po stepped up its efforts as soon as the conflict in Ukraine broke out to welcome students fleeing the country and offer unique options so that students may continue their study as normally as possible.
The generous support of our partners and donors made it possible to raise 570,000 euros in three months. Thanks to them, we were able to welcome 24 students from our historic partner NaUKMA and 6 students from Tarras Shevchenko University. Most of them have benefited from the annual exchange program with the University College on one of our campuses, and some have joined one of our 7 schools at Master’s level. Each of them is able to use their ECTS credits to their Ukrainian diploma at the partner university.
Each of our Ukrainian students receives a living subsidy of €1,000 per month from the Student Services Center, as well as housing options, allowing solutions tailored to each situation. Additionally, food parcel distribution is planned in association with Linkee.
Last but not least, students on the various campuses have access to the Sciences Po Health Center, which is staffed by medical professionals, nurses, and psychologists.
We are grateful to our partners and donors , especially the Vinci Foundation, Eurazéo, and Candriam. They made our action feasible, which was driven by the humanist values of our institution.