12 January 2023

4EU+ for Ukraine

The University of Warsaw has been allocated over PLN760,000 (~160 000 EUR) from the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange for the cooperation of the 4EU+ Alliance with three partner institutions from Ukraine. The joint project with Ukrainian universities will foster flexible education paths, provide access to the European Education Area and strengthen research and didactic potential.

The project “4EU+ for Ukraine” aims at strengthening and developing academic cooperation with partner institutions from Ukraine, i.e. Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, and V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, and seven member universities of the 4EU+:  Charles University, Sorbonne University, Heidelberg University, the University of Copenhagen, the University of Milan, the University of Geneva and the University of Warsaw.

The joint project with the Ukrainian universities facilitates education and development actions under the 4EU+ strategy, such as: flexible education pathways in language, intercultural and IT areas, accessible standards of the European Education Area, stronger research and education potentials, innovative solutions for students/participants, which go along with the modern approach.

Online and hybrid courses, short programmes and workshops are available under the project for students, doctoral candidates, researchers and academic teachers of the partner universities.

The anticipated effects of the project include:

  • online classes, language courses and workshops for students;

  • innovative teaching materials and resources for academic teachers and scientists, also with subtitles and translation into Ukrainian;

  • competence and skill workshops and trainings, including languages, IT, academic script writing, presentation, grant application, project management, educational programmes etc.

The project actions will have been implemented by 31 December 2023.

More details about the project are available on the NAWA’s website