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What childcare options are available for children who are not yet school-aged?

You have to go to the School Inspectorate and from there you will be assigned to a school where there are resources for learning in Ukrainian. Within each school inspectorate is constituted a Commission for coordinating the activity of distribution of preschoolers / students to schools that will solve your request.

You can also enroll your child to any of the online learning programs, the list is here mceclip0.png. More information on education for children is at edu.ro mceclip0.png.

How do I enroll my child(ren) into school?

You have to go to the School Inspectorate and from there you will be assigned to a school where there are resources for learning in Ukrainian. Within each school inspectorate is constituted a Commission for coordinating the activity of distribution of preschoolers / students to schools that will solve your request.

In order to enroll your child, you will have to file a request as the one in the annex available here. You can also enroll your child to any of the online learning programs, the list is here mceclip0.png. More information on education for children is at edu.ro mceclip0.png.

Also, please check this online hub for children in 7-11 grades for home studies and additional resources. It does not replace the official school curriculum.

How can I enroll my child in a Ukrainian school in first grade if we are abroad?

Documents for admission to the school can be submitted online on the website "Electronic registration in institutions of general secondary education" at the link mceclip0.png. To do this, you need to register on the site, choose an institution of general secondary education, create an application and confirm it with documents in the institution

Electronic registration is not available in Kyiv, but it is possible to submit an application online to the school's e-mail address (at the applicant's choice). Enrollment will be carried out on the basis of the application of one of the parents, submitted in person or scanned copies or photocopies. Documents must confirm the place of residence of the child, one of his parents (or people who replace them) in the territory of the institution. If parents do not have the opportunity to obtain a medical certificate for their child by May 31, this is not a reason to refuse enrollment. Original documents and medical certificates must be submitted to the educational institution no later than August 18, 2023 inclusive. More details at the link mceclip0.png.

What happens if my kid gets sick?

If your kid gets sick, you should know that you have access to hospitals in the public health system and, in addition, there are some private hospitals that offer help to Ukrainian citizens.
There are also clinics that support people in vulnerable situations or who need emergency medical care, such as:

  • Regina Maria mceclip0.png offers free primary care services, comprehensive polyclinic and imaging services, as well as laboratory tests, PCR, as well as psycho-emotional counseling
  • Medcase mceclip0.png connects patients with on-the-ground and virtual medical assistance
  • Sanador mceclip0.png provides free medical care
  • Medicover mceclip0.png supports the Ukrainian refugee mothers with free pediatric consultations and pregnancy monitoring
  • Ukraine Child Cancer mceclip0.png Help helps any Ukrainian child that fights cancer to get access to special medical care that he needs.

For more information please visit dopomoha.ro mceclip0.png.

You can use the list of universities that help Ukrainian students and scientists on the English-language educational search platform Erudera mceclip0.png. The platform contains 70 offers from universities around the world, including the USA, Australia and Canada. In addition to the country and the name of the university, the table indicates the type of aid and a link mceclip0.png to the university's website.

Science For Ukraine mceclip0.png is a public group of volunteer researchers and students from academic institutions in Europe and around the world who help Ukrainians. You can apply for help through the website, and you can view the entire list of institutions that agree to cooperate with Ukrainian scientists by following the link mceclip0.png.

Can I continue my university studies at another university? What documents do I need?

Yes. The Ministry of Education mceclip0.png was granted authority to approve additional places for the academic years 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 for the students registered with Ukrainian higher education institutions.

Useful Telegram channel "Nonformal O" mceclip0.png - scholarships, grants, courses, volunteer projects in all countries for Ukrainians.

Useful Telegram channel "Opportunities" mceclip0.png, where the latest volunteer, educational, career projects in Ukraine and various countries are published. Link to backup channel mceclip0.png.

What languages do I need to speak to be able to study?

It depends on the specialization โ€“ in general terms, English is most probably to be required. However, other international languages such as French or German could be used if the refugee knows them and if the University has programs in such languages. We recommend you to contact the school or university directly to for the details.

Where can I pass my related language exams (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS)?

There are numerous English learning centers throughout the country. For example, British Council mceclip0.png has centers in Bucharest, Cluj and Iaศ™i.