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The University College of Teacher Education Styria (PHSt) offers support and information not only for Ukrainian refugees who have arrived in our country, but also for Austrian teachers who welcome Ukrainian children and young people in their schools and integrate them into their classes. Lecturers and students of PHSt contribute to this. All activities and services are coordinated by the Institute for Diversity Studies and International Relations with its head ILin Prof.in Mag.a Susanne Linhofer. Actively supported by the Centre for Language Education in the Context of Migration and Multilingualism (BIMM) under the direction of ZLin Prof.in Mag.a Dagmar Gilly, it offers information, advice, teaching materials and further training.

For Students, Lecturers/Teachers and Researchers from Ukraine

Information about the Austrian education system, scholarships, German courses and more

Information about the Austrian education system, scholarships, German courses and more

At the OeAD, Austria’s Agency for Education and Internationalisation, you can find all relevant information on the current situation for students, lecturers, teachers and researchers from Ukraine.

Tuition fee exemption for Ukrainian students in Austria

Tuition fee exemption for Ukrainian students in Austria

In order to provide Ukrainian students with fast and unbureaucratic help, the BMBWF has amended the Tuition Fee Ordinance. As a result, these students are exempt from having to pay tuition fees for the entire summer semester 2022. If necessary, this regulation can be extended.

https://www.bmbwf.gv.at/en/Topics/Higher-education---universities/ukraine/tfe.html

Information for students and researchers from Ukraine

Information for students and researchers from Ukraine

The OeAD, Austria’s Agency for Education and Internationalisation, provides information for students and researchers from Ukraine.

https://studyinaustria.at/en/study/information-for-students-and-researchers-from-ukraine

 

 

Information about the European research area for researchers from Ukraine

Information about the European research area for researchers from Ukraine

The European Commission has established the “European Research Area for Ukraine” (ERA4Ukraine) website to provide a central point of contact for information and support services for researchers in Ukraine and researchers that have fled Ukraine. 

The portal combines initiatives on an EU level, sorted by countries, and initiatives by NGOs. The aim is to assist researchers with finding accommodation and employment and facilitate the recognition of their university degrees.

https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/ukraine

EU initiatives for Ukraine in the science and research area for internships, part-time and full-time employment: https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/science4refugees

Solidarity with Ukraine

Solidarity with Ukraine

Solidarity with Ukraine

PHSt shocked by Russia's attack

February 28, 2022 – The University College of Teacher Education Styria (PHSt) is deeply shocked by Russia's attack on Ukraine and the massive violation of international law. Our sympathy and solidarity go to the entire population and the universities and colleges in Ukraine. We feel especially connected in these hours with our two partner universities in Ukraine, Drohobych Ivan Franko State Pedagogical University and Kirovohrad Volodymyr Vynnychenko State Pedagogical University. We support the Ukrainian students who are currently studying at PHSt. Our thoughts are with their families and friends in their home country.

Contact

Institute for Diversity Studies and International Relations

Institute for Diversity Studies and International Relations

University College of Teacher Education Styria Campus South

Ortweinplatz 1, 8010 Graz

Phone: +43 316 8067 6602

Centre for Language Education in the Context of Migration and Multilingualism (BIMM)

Centre for Language Education in the Context of Migration and Multilingualism (BIMM)

University College of Teacher Education Styria

Ortweinplatz 1, 8010 Graz

Phone: +43 (0)316 8067-5101

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