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War in Ukraine

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Below, you will find some key information related to the support available at the University and Luxembourg. This information will be updated regularly according to the changing situation.

If you are are a member of our campus community in need of support or advice at this time, we will contact you directly as soon as possible.

We are aware and saddened by the war in Ukraine and we recognise that this may affect many in our community of students, staff and alumni in different ways. We will do everything we can to support those who are or will be affected – in particular, staff and students who are from Ukraine, Russia and the surrounding region.

We are a diverse community and we ask everyone to continue to respect and support each other at this time. The University will not tolerate any harassment. If you experience bullying or harassment, or witness any examples of bullying or harassment, please report this via: 

  1. inclusion@uni.lu or
  2. university ombudsman or
  3. gender equality representative or
  4. anonymous reporting form

Support for Students

At times like these, the University of Luxembourg community can be a source of comfort and support. There are a number of support services available that you may find useful:

  • Support with your studies
    Some students may find it difficult to focus on their studies at this time. If you are struggling with academic work, please talk to your programme representative, who will be able to offer support and advice.
    The Committee for Reasonable Adjustments is also there to support and reassure any student who experiences sudden, unexpected difficulties that may affect their performance during examinations.
  • Financial Support
    If you are experiencing financial difficulties related to this conflict, the University is working on setting up a fund to support those directly impacted by the situation. More information will soon be available. Please contact ukraine@uni.lu