Oxford to administer out scholarship’s to Ukrainian refugees
The university and participating college will pay the students’ tuition and cover accommodation cost for their time of stay in the English capital.
Ukrainian graduates who have had to escape the capital Kyiv and its other cities due to the unrest have been given hope by the Oxford University without any cost after the University issued out a new scheme.
The university is given out year full-time Masters program in a variety of subjects for the Ukrainian graduates.
Course and application fees for the Ukrainian refugees will be waived, accommodation and feeding will be covered, and supported with some thousand pounds of grant for their expenses.
The vice-chancellor said it had been left “perplexed” by the Russian invasion.
Prof Louise Richardson said: “Our community is united in our wish to do all we can to help.
“These scholarships epitomize our effort to offer an opportunity to students and academics whose scholarship has been disrupted by the war.
“We anticipate to hospitalizing graduates from Ukraine.”
The scholarships will be financed by the university and participating colleges.
20 Ukrainian graduates set to benefit from the scheme
The Baroness who doubles as the principal of Somerville College’s and chair of the university’s Conference of Colleges, aforementioned the war is inflicting “immense suffering and long repercussions for those affected”.
“It has been inspiring to see the speed and agreement with which the colleges have rallied to support this significant new programme,” she said.
“In time, there will be further for us to do in order to minimize the impact of this terrible war – however this scheme will provide Ukrainian students an opportunity to reestablish their lives now, which is invaluable.”
The university and faculties said they are still providing welfare support for for college kids
who are littered with the conflict in Ukraine and have given out funding “where necessary”.
The university also stated it was also offering assistance for Ukrainian applicants who are due to start their Oxford courses in October but whose finances and studies have been obstructed by the conflict.