Support, help and solidarity for Ukraine
The UdK Berlin condemns Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine. We are deeply concerned of all those affected by the war in Ukraine, artists and academics, our partner institutions, colleagues, fellow students and their families.
This website gives a first overview of study options, offerns for refugees, contact points and charity acitions.
This page is permanently updated.
Inquiries about study opportunities for refugees to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The ARTIST TRAINING project is a further education programme at the UdK Berlin Career College for the qualification, counselling and networking of professional artists in exile.
Requests to host faculty and researchers to: email@example.com
The Land of Berlin offers advice, contact points and information on residence, asylum, accommodation, etc.: https://www.berlin.de/ukraine/en/
Funding for scholars and artists from Ukraine
Researchers with a PhD and professional artists from Ukraine who have to leave their country and are seeking for support could be funded through various programs at German universities.
Offers for students affected by the Ukraine war
Solidarity Fund of the UdK Berlin
Within the context of the UdK Berlin Solidarity Fund, we would also like to help UdK Berlin students who have fallen on financial hardship as a result of the war in Ukraine. Those affected can draw from the UdK Berlin Solidarity Fund.
Charity and solidarity actions by UdK Berlin
The war in Ukraine is evoking great sympathy and solidarity. Here is an overview of charity activities and solidarity actions from the UdK Berlin, partly together with partner institutions.
Press releases and statements of UdK Berlin
Overview of statements on the Russian invasion of Ukraine and expressions of solidarity from UdK Berlin.
Statements of solidarity from related institutions
With press releases and statements of solidarity from DAAD, HRK and ESB
Ukrainian artist Dariia Kuzmych: „Das ist auch ein Kulturkrieg"
The Ukrainian artist and UdK alumna of the class Experimental Film and Media Art Dariia Kuzmych found out about the war in her home country in Vienna. The interview appeared in "Weltkunst".