Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena

04. March 2022

Information on Programmes and Opportunities for Ukrainian Scholars

Update 31 March 2022

Volkswagen Foundation: Funding for Refugee Scholars and Scientists from Ukraine (applications can be send in until 05 April, 2022).

Max Weber Foundation (German Historical Institute Warsaw): Research Perspective Ukraine at the GHI Warsaw

Gerda Henkel Foundation: Funding Programme Forced Migration (deadline applications 15 June, 2022)

04 March, 2022

In view of the crisis in Ukraine, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation has made it possible for universities and research institutions in Germany to submit well-founded applications for acutely endangered Ukrainian academics in the current selection round of the Philipp Schwartz Initiative (application deadline: March 18, 2022).

Further information on how to apply can be found on the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation's website and on the homepage of Friedrich-Schiller-University.

Support for displaced scholars and students is also available on the website of the Association for Slavic, East European & Eurasian Studies (ASEEES).

The University of Jena supports displaced scholars and those, who are subject to repression and persecution because of their work in their home country. The University of Jena offers a wide range of support services.

On the page of the city of Jena you can find more information on support offers (only in German).

Akno and UNE created a document for scholars and students in need and/ or at risk. You will find more information in the document Emergency Contact and Information.