Private universities will provide free places to applicants from temporarily occupied territories

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Private universities will provide free places to applicants from temporarily occupied territories

Private universities will provide free places to applicants from temporarily occupied territories

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Up to 20 private universities in Ukraine will accept students from the temporarily occupied territories for free or at a big discount. Some of them are ready to provide applicants with free accommodation.


Admission and training will take place remotely. Applicants are only required to submit a motivation letter.


You can count on free higher education in the following institutions:


1. Kyiv School of Economics

2. European University

3. Vinnytsia Financial and Economic University

4. Salvador Dali Academy of Contemporary Arts

5. University of Economics and Entrepreneurship

6. International Scientific and Technical University named after Yuri Bugay

7. Kyiv Cooperative Institute of Economics and Law

8. Open International University of Human Development "Ukraine"

9. Kyiv Medical University

10. Kyiv Choreographic College

11. National Academy of Management

12. Ukrainian Humanitarian Institute

13. Lviv Medical Professional College "Medic"

14. Lviv Medical Professional College "Monada"

15. Kyiv Academy of Hairdressing

16. Transcarpathian Hungarian Institute named after Ferenc Rakoczy II

17. Ukrainian-American Concordia University

18. Kyiv International University


More information about free programs and the number of vacancies in institutions can be found at the link.


The first five private universities have already published the conditions for free admission of applicants from the temporarily occupied territories:


- European University

- International Humanitarian University

- National Academy of Management

- Lviv Medical Professional College "Medic"

- Ukrainian Humanitarian Institute


Soon the information will appear on the websites of other institutions.