How can students go abroad under martial law?

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How can students go abroad under martial law?

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Conscription students studying in educational institutions outside Ukraine may go abroad during the martial law to continue their studies. In particular, applicants for professional pre-higher and higher education, assistants-trainees, post-graduate students and doctoral students who study full-time or dual forms of education are not eligible for military service during mobilization for a special period.


To cross the border, the student must apply to the territorial center of staffing and social support at the place of residence (registration) and get:


- a corresponding entry in the military registration document on the granting of deferment of conscription (mobilization conscription)

permission to cross the border from the head of the relevant center of staffing and social support


When crossing the border you must have:


- a document granting the right to cross the state border (passport)

- a document confirming study at a professional pre-higher and higher education institution abroad

- permission to cross the border from the head of the relevant center of staffing and social support

- military registration document with a record of deferment of conscription (mobilization conscription)


Currently, all territorial centers of staffing and social support operate in the territories controlled by Ukraine.