SUPPORT THE ACTION TAKEN BY THE UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA IN FAVOR OF THE STUDENTS AND RESEARCHERS IMPACTED BY THE WAR IN UKRAINE
Since the crisis began, the University of Geneva has been in high demand from numerous students and researchers who would like to pursue their academic career. UNIGE has developed some opportunities for these people notably through the Horizon académique program, which since 2016 has offered the most efficient program of academic integration in Switzerland for people with asylum status. UNIGE possesses ample expertise in terms of social integration and can rapidly respond to the needs of the students and researchers impacted by the war in Ukraine.
The Horizon académique program is supported by the federal and regional authorities, as well as private partners. However, in view of the significant needs identified, we call for your solidarity to insure a sustainable integration.
For more information about the program: https://www.unige.ch/horizon-academique/
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Learn more about the systems implemented by UNIGE:
The Horizon académique program was recently opened to people impacted by the war, who possess an S permit.
Your donation will allow them to benefit from the following services:
- Academic and professional follow-up
- A language and integration course (summer intensive and regular semester courses)
- Access to university courses
- Support from the university community
The support system for researchers aims to ensure their integration into the UNIGE community.
UNIGE has created research scholarships that allow researchers impacted by the war in Ukraine to be hosted in a UNIGE structure and continue their activities.
Your donation will allow these scientists persue their academic carreers in Switzerland.
Profiles: Ukrainian researchers who have to flee the war; Russian or Belarusian scientists seeking asylum in Switzerland.
Scholarship attributions: These scholarships are offered in subsidiarity and in addition to funding from the SNSF and the faculties, according to criteria defined by the Rectorate.
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