The NIAS Safe Haven fellowship supports scholars, artists, writers and journalists who are not able to do their work in their current location because of the consequences of the war in Ukraine. The call for 2024/25 will be open from 15 January – 18 March 12:00 PM CET.
The NIAS Safe Haven Fellowship
Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme (FMSH)
FMSH, with the support of the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research, offers short-term fellowships of two or three months in France for postdoctoral researchers from Belarus, Moldova and Russia who have defended their thesis no earlier than 2018. This research stay is designed to enable researchers to conduct research studies in France: field enquiries, library and archives work.
Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies – Awards Portal
A primary aim of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies is to foster, develop, and support Ukrainian studies in Canada and internationally. This is done in part by offering or administering postdoctoral fellowships, graduate fellowships (to master’s and doctoral students), and scholarships to undergraduate students. Grants are also awarded to established scholars to support research work that would lead to publications or dissemination of results in other forms.
Descriptions of the awards offered are provided on this website. Please familiarize yourself with the terms of the award before applying.
University of Oxford – The Refugee Academic Futures Scholarships
The Refugee Academic Futures Scholarships offer financial support to pursue graduate study at Oxford to students who are refugees or other people with lived experience of displacement.
Oxford University Graduate Scholarships for Ukraine
The Oxford University Graduate Scholarships for Ukraine Programme (2024-25) is proudly supported by XTX Markets.
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Ukrainian Institute London – English School for Displaced Ukrainians
Since May 2022, the Ukrainian Institute London has offered free English classes to over 1,000 displaced Ukrainians.
Ukrainian Refugee Support in the UK
This page includes useful links, information and guidance for UK hosts looking to support Ukrainians and for Ukrainians arriving in the UK.
Harvard Davis Center – Scholars Without Borders
The war against Ukraine has had innumerable impacts and academia has not been spared. In Ukraine, universities have been bombed and scholars have moved westward, many to neighboring countries. Academics from Russia and Belarus who have opposed the war or mobilization have been forced into silence or exile.
The George Washington University – IERES VISITING SCHOLAR PROGRAM
Every year, IERES invites scholars engaged in research on Europe and Eurasia to conduct their study within our rich intellectual community. We offer both resident and non-resident opportunities to early-career postdocs, senior scholars, and professional writers and researchers.
Russia Global Academy – Fellowships, Conference & Publishing Support for Russian Scholars in Exile
The Russian Global Academy helps the Russian academic diaspora to self-organize and maintain a degree of solidarity and cohesion. They aim at preserving Russian scholarly communities and fields by emphasizing digital professional communities and offering flexible solutions in a transition period of translation.
Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt: Special Programme Ukraine
Since 2017, the DBU has been awarding fellowships for further qualification in the field of environmental protection and nature conservation in Germany to young master’s degree and PhD students from Ukraine.
CERIC – Call for Post-Docs for Ukrainian Citizens and Residents Affected by the War
The Central European Research Infrastructure Consortium, CERIC–ERIC, is an integrated multidisciplinary Research Infrastructure whose objective is to contribute to European top-level research and technological development and demonstration programs and projects, thus representing an added value for the development of the European Research Area (ERA). The activities of the Consortium focus on the integration of national multidisciplinary analytical, synthesis and sample preparation capabilities of its Partner Facilities, operating mainly in the Central European Area, into a unique, EU-level Distributed Research Infrastructure, open to researchers at world level.
Springer Nature – Researcher in Residence (from Ukraine)
Springer Nature opens the doors to discovery for researchers, educators, clinicians and other professionals. Every day, around the globe, our imprints, books, journals, platforms and technology solutions reach millions of people. For over 175 years our brands and imprints have been a trusted source of knowledge to these communities and today, more than ever, we see it as our responsibility to ensure that fundamental knowledge can be found, verified, understood and used by our communities – enabling them to improve outcomes, make progress, and benefit the generations that follow.
Philipp Schwartz Initiative
The Philipp Schwartz Initiative enables universities and research institutions in Germany to host researchers at risk on the basis of a full fellowship.
NWO Hop-On Call for Researchers Based in Ukraine: NWO-NRFU Partnership Initiative
The aim of “NWO Hop-On Call for Proposals for Researchers Based in Ukraine: NWO-NRFU Partnership Initiative” 2023 is to stimulate online participation of qualified researchers in Ukraine in ongoing NWO projects and to extend their professional network in the Dutch research community. The NWO project team can provide consulting, information, mentoring and/or other assistance to the individual Ukrainian based researcher.