Free Service: Transfer out of Ukrainian Universities πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦

In order to help students who are currently enrolled in Ukraine who want to transfer out of Ukrainian Universities, and are facing the severe impact of the Russia-Ukraine war upon their personal safety and future study plan, we are pleased to offer a free University Transfer Service to help alleviate some financial burdens for this group.

This service will help students of Ukrainian universities find and apply to other universities in other countries, including help reviewing your application documents.

All international students who study abroad undoubtedly face the risks and challenges before them, and all students deserve safety during their formative educational years. Despite the geopolitical conflict being out of students’ control, Global Admissions is pleased to join other organizations around the world in offering additional support to students and young people who are severely affected by the war.

If you are a Ukrainian student who is seeking to transfer to another university, we invite you to book a free call with our admissions counselors to discuss your options:

When you fill out the form, please mention that you are currently enrolled in a Ukrainian university and want to use our free transfer service.

How can students transfer out of Ukraine? πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦

Students at Ukrainian universities may have had to flee suddenly, take up refuge in another country or suddenly return home, and may have also lost belongings and some contact with their university in Ukraine. With this confusion, we want to make the process as simple as possible for you.

The first step is to find the country and university you want to transfer into. Most universities have their application deadlines in the fall, so it is the perfect time to apply for another university.

Click here to search programs and see tuition prices/application deadlines:

You can also read our article about transfer tips here (a lot of the advice is the same as students leaving Chinese or Russian schools).

Read More:Β How to Transfer Out of a Chinese or Russian University

You can also begin to prepare some documents, which may include:

  • Transcripts
  • Information about courses you have already taken
  • A personal essay explaining why you want to transfer