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Regarding the war in Ukraine

The University of Gothenburg closely follows the course of events and the consequences of the war in Ukraine. On this page, we have gathered relevant information. Last updated May 9, 2022.

Feeling worried or anxious?

The situation in Ukraine affects us in different ways. If you are worried, talking to someone about your concerns might help.

As a student at the University of Gothenburg, you are welcome to contact Feelgood, which is the university's provider of student healthcare. You can get support in both Swedish and English.

The war in Ukraine: support is at hand

How the war affects the University

The University of Gothenburg compiles information, news and facts about the war on its external website gu.se. At gu.se there is also an FAQ aimed at prospective as well as current international students at the University.

Regarding the war in Ukraine (gu.se)

The University to award scholarships due to the war

The Vice Chancellor has decided to provide scholarships for the University of Gothenburg students from Ukraine, Russia and Belarus. Students can receive SEK 50,000 during the spring term.

The University of Gothenburg to award scholarships due to the war in Ukraine

Information from Swedish authorities

About the Government’s work related to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine (Government Offices of Sweden)

Krisinformation.se conveys information from authorities and other responsible parties in connection with a crisis or serious incident.

The war in Ukraine (Krisinformation.se)

The Swedish Migration Agency has information and answers frequently asked questions regarding the situ­a­tion in Ukraine on their webpage.

Infor­ma­tion regar­ding the situ­a­tion in Ukraine (Migrationsverket.se)

Page Manager: Student Portal editorial staff|Last update: 5/9/2022
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