Regarding the invasion of Ukraine
In light of the ongoing invasion of Ukraine, Stockholm University wants to show its support for students and employees who may be affected, and the University is following developments closely.
Statements from the university
Public statement of the CIVIS Alliance on the situation in Ukraine:
Public statement of the CIVIS Alliance on the situation in Ukraine - su.se
The blog of President Astrid Söderbergh Widding:
Statements from organisations and authorities
Stockholm University stands in solidarity with the universities and the civilian population in Ukraine and supports the European University Association’s (EUA) statement:
The European University Association’s (EUA) statement of solidarity with Ukraine on their website
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences on Ukraina
Support and scholarships to Ukrainian scientists
Information from The Swedish Council for Higher Education for newly arrived Ukrainian citizens.
For newly arrived from Ukraine - UHR.se
Funding opportunities for Ukrainian researchers
The Swedish Research Council gathers all the available types of support for Ukrainian researchers and doctoral students on their website.
Support initiatives for researchers from Ukraine
Concerns about the global situation
Information for students and employees
Due to the current situation a temporary change has been applied in regards to housing distribution.
Support for students
Stockholm Student Health Services (Studenthälsan) offers students at Stockholm University support during their study time.
Stockholm Studenth Health Services
Answers to frequently asked questions by students affected by the war.
Support for employees
As an employee at the University you can contact The Occupational Health Care Service (Företagshälsovården), Feelgood, for counselling and telephone advice on work-related illnesses.
Information about the Occuplational Health Care Service
Please also know that you can always contact your line manager for support and advice if you feel that the situation affects your work and mental health.
Last updated: April 12, 2022
Source: Communications Office