Institution What is being offered (e.g., programs, grants, etc.)Link to details
University of Western Ontario (Western University)
London, Ontario

Student resource: Western University Ukrainian Students’ Association
Social media: @westernukies (Facebook); @westernukies (Instagram)
• An increase of $600,000 in direct financial support for students and scholars facing disruption and displacement due to conflict or war in their home countries (financial support will be made available to both current and new international undergraduate and graduate students in need of assistance)
• New 6- to 12-month research opportunities will be made available to visiting undergraduate or graduate students displaced by global crises
• Support for three new displaced scholars to come to Western (via a partnership with the international Scholars At Risk network)
• Launching a fundraising campaign to establish a Student Crisis Relief Fund, with the goal of providing ongoing support for current students whose education has been disrupted by natural disasters, war or other geopolitical events
• Health and wellness support, including priority access to mental health and counseling appointments
• Free housing offered to Ukrainian international students in need thanks to the support of a generous donor
Ivey Business School at Western University
• Launching of the Ivey MBA Ukrainian Student Academic Shelter Program that offers displaced graduate students from Ukraine free access to the MBA program on an exchange basis
(offering up to 10 graduate students immediate access to Ivey’s one-year MBA program, or the option to enrol at a later date, if more convenient; providing exchange credits for all completed courses)
• Ivey will work with representatives at Lviv Business School and National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy to identify students in need who are enrolled in a masters-level program in business, finance, marketing, technology, or economics
• Waiving of the MBA tuition fee
• Free learning materials and a $1,500 a month stipend/scholarship to offset living costs for students in need
• Support with travel costs and help with immigration processes
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario

Student resource: Ukrainian Students’ Club
Social media: @uscuoft (Facebook); @uscuoft (Instagram)
• Increased investment in the Scholars-at-Risk fund that supports students whose education has been impacted by changing political environments in their country of current or future study (the university will match $1 million worth of donations)
• The Emergency Grant Program supporting the urgent needs of both graduate and undergraduate students whose financial circumstances have been affected due to the war in Ukraine
University of Guelph
Guelph, Ontario

Student resource: Ukrainian Students’ Club
Social media: @uofgukies (Facebook); @uofgukies (Instagram)
• A limited-time Special Response Fund for Trainees (Ukraine), or SRFT-Ukraine, to initiate or maintain the employment or financial support—via stipend or salary—of graduate students and postdoctoral researchers who are directly impacted by the crisis in Ukraine
• Support can be requested for a period of up to 12 months; the maximum allowable amounts are Master's level - up to $20,000, Doctoral level - up to $25,000, Postdoctoral level - up to $45,000; applications accepted on a rolling basis up until December 22, 2022
• An international partnership program that allows Ukrainian students and faculty from Dnipro State Agrarian and Economic University (DSAEU) to continue their learning, work and research by partnering with University of Guelph staff and faculty (details about joint projects will be released later)
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario
• A team of immigration consultants who can advise and interpret new measures while monitoring developments at the federal level
• Support for students and universities in Ukraine and surrounding areas
Brock University
St. Catharines, Ontario
• The Emergency Student Loan Program (ESLP) established to provide temporary assistance in the form of up to $500 for undergraduate students who are experiencing short-term financial difficulties, such as a loss of income or unexpected expenses
• The Emergency Student Bursary Program established to provide temporary assistance for students who are experiencing sudden, severe and unforeseeable financial difficulties (not intended to cover ongoing financial shortfalls or cash flow issues)
Carleton University
Ottawa, Ontario

Student resource: Carleton Ukrainian Students’ Club
Social media: @Carleton.Ukrainians (Facebook); @cukrainians (Instagram)
• Scholars at Risk (SAR) initiative through which the university can host academics fleeing Ukraine
McMaster University
Hamilton, Ontario

Student resource: Ukrainian Students’ Association
Social media: @MUSAHammer (Facebook); @musa_hamilton18 (Instagram)
• Two new funds that will help students and scholars at risk around the world, including in Ukraine
• The McMaster Fund for Forcibly Displaced Researcher and Scholars will support the hiring of forcibly displaced researchers and scholars to participate in the university's research projects, while the McMaster Fund for Forcibly Displaced Students will be granted to forcibly displaced undergraduate and graduate students at McMaster
• Of the total $800,000 pledged, $200,000 will be allocated to the latter, sponsoring and supporting forcibly displaced, including refugee, undergraduate and graduate students; the remaining $600,000 will go towards the former to support McMaster faculty, departments and research centres to employ scholars, researchers and lecturers at risk, remotely and locally
Ontario Tech University
Oshawa, Ontario
• International Emergency Bursary for students transferring to Canada due to war or environmental catastrophe
• 10 such bursaries valued at $20,000 each available to full-time international undergraduate and graduate students (the funds will be applied directly to offset the cost of international tuition)
• The bursary is renewable annually for a maximum of four years, provided students are in good academic standing
Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario

Student resource: Ukrainian Students’ Club (QUUSA)
Social media: @quusa (Facebook); @queensukrainianclub (Instagram)
• Principal’s Global Scholars and Fellows Program for those affected by war, conflict, and political instability, with the university making an initial commitment of $1.25 million to offer sanctuary and assistance to students, post-doctoral fellows, and faculty members forcibly displaced by conflict, political instability, violence, and persecution
• The program is comprised of two streams - Principal's Global Scholars (serves to connect undergraduate and graduate students with streamlined admission options and funding to support their learning) and Principal’s Global Fellows (provides displaced faculty members and post-doctoral fellows with one year of support to continue their academic work)
• The Mayor's Fund (see below)
Toronto Metropolitan University
Toronto, Ontario

Student resource: Toronto Metropolitan Ukrainian Students’ Club
Social media: Toronto Metropolitan Ukrainian Students’ Club (Facebook); @torontometusc (Instagram)
• Free confidential counselling services for students in need
Trent University
Peterborough/Durham, Ontario
• Health and wellness services
• Fundraising campaign through the Trent Fund, with donations of up to $10,000 being matched by the university, to help Trent students who experience financial difficulty due to the war - over $50,000 have been raised in total to assist with tuition fees, books and food for students facing financial difficulty as a result of the ongoing conflict
• Gift cards distributed for groceries through Trent International
• The University is prioritizing applications from students in Ukraine and working closely with IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) to help members of the Ukrainian community on its campus
• Through Trent’s Office of Research & Innovation, scholars are able to access a temporary fund for active and eligible grant-holders from three federal agencies (Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council, and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council)
• This fund can supplement one-year relief and assistance to trainees (i.e. individuals eligible for Master’s, doctoral or postdoctoral support) whose research in Ukraine has been interrupted by the conflict in addition to enabling grant-holders to retain research trainees who were expected to return to Ukraine in 2022 but are unable to do so due to the current situation
• The Mitacs Globalink Research Award (GRA) that supports research collaborations between Canada and partner organizations in eligible countries, including Ukraine - under the joint supervision of a home and host professor, senior undergraduate students, graduate students, as well as postdoctoral fellows can receive a $6,000 research award to conduct a 12- to 24-week research project at Trent
York University
Toronto, Ontario

Student resource: Ukrainian Students’ Club
Social media: @USCyork (Facebook); @uscyork (Instagram)
• Financial supports, including bursaries and tuition deferrals
• Free mental health supports
• Academic advising for questions about courses, exam deferrals, leaves of absence, etc.
• International Student Advisor and Immigration Specialists are available to help answer immigration, visa, and study permit-related questions
Wilfrid Laurier University
Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario

Student resource: Wilfrid Laurier University Ukrainian Students’ Association
Social media: @laurierukrainianclub (Instagram)

Student resource: Laurier Helps Ukraine
Social media: @laurierhelpsukraine (Instagram)
• Academic support and accommodations, counselling services, emergency bursaries and immigration advising
• International Students Overcoming War (ISOW) that provides scholarship support to students fleeing violence in their home countries
• Through ISOW, students can continue their studies at Laurier and receive support from ISOW’s caring community of student and faculty representatives
• CIBC and other community partners of the university are offering impacted students at Laurier part-time and co-operative education employment opportunities to support their financial well-being amid the ongoing crisis
University of Windsor
Windsor, Ontario

• Mental health supports
• Work-integrated learning opportunities and internships
• Waiving of certain fees, expedited application processing, and scholarships
• Housing opportunities in residence during the summer months
University of Ottawa
Ottawa, Ontario

Student resource: UOttawa Ukrainian Students’ Club
Social media: @uOttawaUSC (Facebook); @uottawausc
• As a member of the U7+ Alliance, the university pledged to provide student aid, assistance with legal obligations, as well as material and psychological support to students affected by the war
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta

Student resource: Ukrainian Students’ Society
Social media: @UofAUSS (Facebook); @uofa_uss (Instagram)
• Waiving of tuituion fees for Ukrainian international students affected by the war and for Ukrainian Study Permit holders who are suffering financial hardships due to the war
• Up to a million dollars in financial support to Ukrainian students suffering financial hardship because of the Russian invasion
• Funding to support living costs for all incoming Ukrainian students and current Ukrainian students in need during the 2022-23 academic year
• Expedited applications for Ukrainian students for the 2022-2023 school year and simplified documentation requirements
• Graduate applications are being evaluated by the departments with similar prioritization and simplification where possible
University of Calgary
Calgary, Alberta

Student resource: Ukrainian Students’ Society (USS)
Social media: University of Calgary Ukrainian Students' Society (Facebook); @uofc_uss (Instagram)
• Emergency financial assistance (loans and bursaries), such as the Student Emergency Loan (SEL), Weingarten Undergraduate Emergency Bursary, Students' Union Student Hardship Assistance Fund (SHAF), the Graduate Student Association (GSA) Emergency Bursary, and the Graduate Student Association (GSA) Support Bursary, for current students who are experiencing financial difficulties due to unforseen circumstances, including the war in Ukraine
• Health and wellness services
MacEwan University
Edmonton, Alberta

Student resource: Ukrainian Students’ Club
Social media: @macewanusc (Facebook); @usc_macewan (Instagram)
• Awards from the Greatest Needs Fund for students from partner universities in Ukraine who are able to travel to Canada during this conflict
• Health and wellness supports through the Wellness and Psychological Services for students
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Student resource: University of Manitoba Ukrainian Students’ Association
Social media: @uofm.usa (Facebook); @umukrn (Instagram)
• Pledging up to $1,000,000 to the Emergency Bursary Fund to provide robust financial support to students in financial distress as a result of the war in Ukraine and other such extraordinary events (this emergency support will help students pay for the full cost of their tuition, residence, and other living expenses as required)
• This bursary is available for eligible living expenses if not staying in residence
• Student Food Bank that helps offset the costs of groceries during times of financial distress for students
• Additional $755,000 to support Ukrainian undergraduate and graduate students and researchers to continue their studies and work at the university (for undergraduate students: up to ten 4-month long research experience internships at up to $7,000 each, up to ten 2-term awards of up to $36,000 each for tuition and compulsory fees, books and supplies, and ooptional accommodation in residence/meal plan; for graduate students: up to ten 4-month long research experiencce internships of up to $7,500 each, up to ten, 1-year stipends of up to $25,000 each for graduate students)
• Waiving of all application fees for international students who oare Ukrainian citizens and are applying to the university for fall 2022
• Wrap-around supports such as academic advising, peer-to-peer matching program, career planning and related supports, work-study placement, academic learning centre programs and one-on-one tutoring, off-campus housing support if required
• Temporary research and teaching positions, advisory and referral services, as well as funding for scholars from Ukraine (up to twenty, 1-year acadeemic stipends for research and/or teaching at up too $50,000 each) through the Scholars-at-Risk Network (SAR)
University of Winnipeg
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Student resource: Ukrainian Students’ Association
Social media: @uwukrsa (Facebook); @uwukrsa (Instagram)
• Free counselling services to support affected students
Canadian Mennonite University
Winnipeg, Manitoba
• Temporarily accepting unofficial transcripts from applicants for fall 2022 and winter 2023 impacted by the war in Ukraine
• Waiving application fees for applicants from Ukraine
Université de Moncton
Moncton, New Brunswick
• Student health and wellness services at all three campuses
Acadia University
Wolfville, Nova Scotia
• International Student Support Fund that supports refugee students from Ukraine and other countries affected by conflicts (the university is matching donations to this fund up to a maximum of $50,000)
• Full tuition for at least one student who is a refugee from a current war/conflict zone during the 2022-2023 academic year and for the duration of their program of study
Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia
• Waiving application fees and offering increased flexibility with payment deadlines and options
• Expedited processing of applications from students from Ukraine and surrounding countries
• Special consideration for Ukrainian students in scholarship/financial aid pool alongside a percentage of awards designated to Ukrainian students at risk
• Support for existing or incoming students and researchers from Ukraine with visa and other processes
• Health and wellness services
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
• Waiving undergraduate application fee for Ukranian citizens and students of other nationalities whose studies have been disrupted in Ukraine
• Consideration of applications from students who face challenges in providing official academic documents originating from Ukraine
• Providing bursaries valued at $7,500 to up to 10 undergraduate students from Ukraine
• Health and wellness services for students
University of Prince Edward Island
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
• Personal counselling for students
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Student resource: University Of Saskatchewan Ukrainian Students Association (USUSA)
Social media: @StudentyUofS (Facebook); @studentyuofs (Instagram)
• The Nasser Family Emergency Student Trust that was established to aid students who encounter unexpected financial difficulties that could seriously affect their school year
• Wellness resources for students
• An authorized leave for immigration purposes for students who need to take a break from their studies due to circumstances in their home country
• Faculty may consider hosting a displaced research trainee - the College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (CGPS) can facilitate applications to programs or as visiting research students and postdoctoral scholars
McGill University
Montreal, Quebec

Student resource: McGill Ukrainian Students’ Association
Social media: @musamontreal (Facebook); @mcgill_ukies
• The Student Wellness Hub offers counselling services for students located in Montreal
Université de Montréal
Montreal, Quebec

Student resource: Association des Étudiants Ukrainiens de l’UdeM
Social media: Association étudiante ukrainienne de l'Université de Montréal - AEUUM (Facebook)
• Support for refugee scholars through the Scholars at Risk program
• Health and wellness services
• The Centre de recherches mathématiques and the Institut des sciences mathématiques offer a program in support of mathematicians in distress due to war, oppression, and persecution
• The objective is to provide a temporary safe haven to international researchers in mathematical and statistical sciences, so that they can continue pursuing their high-quality research and training goals in a secure and welcoming environment
• Applications are open to researchers at all levels, from graduate students to senior faculty
• Financial support can take the form of scholarships in ISM partner universities, travel grants for participation in CRM activities, and visiting fellowships for collaboration with CRM researchers
• Fundraiser in support of university members impacted by humanitarian crises
Bishop’s University
Sherbrooke, Quebec
• Funds to support Ukrainian students who wish to study at Bishop's
• Free and confidential counselling services
Concordia University
Montreal, Quebec

Student resource: Concordia Ukrainian Students’ Union
Social media: @cusuconcordia (Facebook); @cusu_concordia (Instagram)
• The Refugee Centre is offering an abundance of resources for Ukrainian students at Concordia
• Services such as language classes, employment, orientation, wellness support and academic aid are offered
• Ukrainian students have access to legal clinic services on campus; a specific email address ( has been set up for students who are trying to help their family or friends in Ukraine find their way to Canada through the government's new program for Ukrainian refugees
• Additional mental-health services and legal services offered to international Ukrainian students who are now in Canada looking for help and exploring their options for seeking safety in Canada
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia

Student resource: UBC Ukrainian Students' Union AND Vancouver Ukrainian Students’ Society
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Social media: @ubc_usu (Instagram)
• Multilingual counselling services available 24/7 through the UBC Student Assistance Program and other health and wellbeing supports
University of Victoria
Victoria, British Columbia

Student resource: UVic Ukrainian Students’ Society
Social media: @UVicUSS (Facebook); @uvicuss (Instagram)
• Mental health counselling through various UVic and community resources
Thompson Rivers University
Kamloops, British Columbia
• Resources for counselling services and individual support by Ukrainian- and Russian-speaking advisors
• TRU World Relief Fund (emergency matching fund of $100,000) established to support students impacted by the war in Ukraine
• Plan to create full scholarships for Ukrainian refugees
Centennial College
Toronto, Ontario

• Counselling services and academic accommodations for students affected by the war in Ukraine
• $110,000 of financial assistance per yer for refugees and persons displaced by war and political strife - support for four Ukrainian students who wish to continue their studies in Canada and full relocation support for an additional student in partnership with World University Service of Canada (WUSC)
• Potentially, comprehensive supports related to language, socio-cultural transition, financial and employment needs
Algonquin College
Ottawa, Ontario
• $50,000 towards emergency relief for eligible Ukrainian, Russia, and Belarusian international students
• Tuition fee payment deferrals for up to two upcoming terms for international students affected by the crisis
• Scholarship opportunity to support a displaced Ukrainian student aiming to temporarily or permanently relocate to Canada (the scholarship will cover the cost of two terms of tuition during the 2022-2023 academic year)
• Academic supports (on a case-by-case basis) and counselling services
• English language lessons for Ukrainians (program runs on Tueadays and Thursdays from May 31 to August 18)
Assiniboine Community College
Brandon, Manitoba
• For the 2022-23 academic year, college programs will be offered at domestic (Canadian) tuition rates to Ukrainian citizens or non-Ukrainian citizens who travel to Canada on the Canadian-Ukrainian Authorized for Emergency Travel (CUAET) Federal program (if you enter a two-year program of study, the domestic (Canadian) tuition rate will remain for your second year of study)
• Temporary permission for Ukrainian students to submit Duolingo test results to be used for English Language Proficiency requirements (other testing options can also be included),welcome%20Ukrainians%20relocating%20to%20Canada.
British Columbia Institute of Technology
Burnaby, British Columbia

Student resource: BCIT Ukrainian Students Club
Social media: BCIT Ukrainian Students Club (Facebook)
• Early Assist program (a confidential service that provides BCIT faculty, staff and students an opportunity to identify students who may be struggling personally or academically, and offer them appropriate support and services, including counselling, at an early stage)
Camosun College
Victoria, British Columbia
• Free counselling services (either virtual or in-person)
Canadore College
North Bay, Ontario
• Bursaries and scholarships
College of New Caledonia
Prince George, British Columbia
• Mental health supports
College of the Rockies
Cranbrook, British Columbia
• Counselling supports
Columbia College
Vancouver, British Columbia
• Scholarships and other supports for Ukrainian students coming to Canada to study
Durham College
Oshawa, Ontario
• International tuition relief bursaries valued at a maximum of C$15,000 each and available to full-time international students
• Emergency bursaries providing financial assistance for non-tuition expenses, including lodging, food, transportation and more
• Access to ten fully-subsidized on-campus residence accommodations for those impacted by the unrest in Ukraine, including students and families transitioning to Canada
• Confidential counselling services
Fanshawe College
London, Ontario

• Individual exceptions to the fee due dates (deferrals) for the duration of financial disruptions such as the SWIFT cancellation
• Potential bursary for students impacted by not having access to funds from their home country
• Mental health supports through Counselling and Accessibility Services
• Purchase cards for local grocery stores
• Potential assistance with housing
Fleming College
Peterborough, Ontario
• Free English language classes through Fleming’s English as a Second Language Bridge program
• Support with settlement for families and individuals from Ukraine through the New Canadians Centre
George Brown College
Toronto, Ontario

• $250,000 dedicated to the Emergency Bursary Fund to support students facing financial challenges due to the unrest in Ukraine
• These funds are helping students cover living expenses (rent, food and transportation) as currency flow between these countries and Canada has come to a virtual halt
• Relief from tuition and fee payment deadlines, deferred payments as required, and waived fees related to transcripts, diplomas, and international applications
• Support to prospective students in applying for study permits and, where possible, with application fees
• Academic extensions, deferrals, and late withdrawals without academic or financial penalty, on a case-by-case basis
• Mental health supports
• Student Nutrition Access Program (SNAP)
• Equity and access bursaries
Georgian College
Barrie, Ontario

Student resource: Ukrainian Student Union Of Barrie
Social media: Спілка Українських Студентів та Молоді Беррі (Facebook)
• Supports for food (access to the Georgian Food Locker to help with groceries), short-term housing assistance, academic accommodations, as well as emergency bursaries (e.g., International Emergency Bursary that covers basic living and other unplanned expenses that have occurred at no fault of the student) and other financial assistance options
• Summer semester tuitition fee deferral from April to June for Ukrainian and Russian students
• Tutoring and language assistance
• Mental health counselling,deadline%20from%20April%20to%20June.
Humber College
Toronto, Ontario

Student resource: Ukrainian Students’ Club at Humber College
Social media: @usc_humbercollege (Instagram)
• Financial relief, including emergency tuition bursaries (e.g., Emergency Need Tuition Bursary, Residence Bursary, IGNITE Financial Relief Program (FRP), etc.), discounted residence accommodation, vouchers for meals and grocery purchases
• Resident meal provision (100 meals for each summer student in residence impacted by the war who has requested support)
• Counselling and advising services and academic accommodations
Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Surrey, British Columbia
• Mental health supports
Lambton College
Mississauga, Ontario
• Tuition, learning and housing support to Ukrainian students living in Sarnia who have come to Lambton and have been displaced by the current war
• Counselling services
Langara College
Vancouver, British Columbia
• Emergency financial assistance (e.g., bursaries, fee deferrals, etc.) for students affected by the war is available on a case-by-case basis
Niagara College
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
• Assisting international students impacted by the war in Ukraine with a range of supports – both financial and emotional
• NC's Global Emergency Relief fund for international students who face financial challenges due to world issues in their home countries or in Canada - the fund provides students with scholarships and bursaries to help cover tuition or living expenses, which are distributed on a case-by-case basis
• Assistance and flexible payment options for international students experiencing financial hardships incurred due to loss of bank transfer abilities
• Mental and emotional supports or resources
• Scholarships for Ukrainian visitors who have recently arrived in Niagara College and may benefit from advancing their language skills through the English for Academic Preparation (EAP) program (already, 20 full scholarships have been offered to recently arrived Ukrainian visitors)
Northern College
Toronto, Ontario
• Welcoming 10 Ukrainian students
• Providing application, tuition, housing, work permit and career advising supports to help with the relocation of these students
Northern Lights College
Dawson Creek, British Columbia
• "Guard Me", an online 24-hour mental health counselling service
Nova Scotia Community College
14 campuses in Nova Scotia
• Mental health services
Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Moose Jaw/Prince Albert/Regina/Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
• Confidential and private counselling sessions over phone or Zoom
Selkirk College
Castlegar, British Columbia
• Counselling services
Seneca College
Toronto, Ontario
• Counselling services
• Current students from Ukraine have been contacted by Seneca staff and are receiving support depending on their needs
Sheridan College
Brampton/MIssissauga/Oakville, Ontario
• A full scholarship (up to five terms) for a Ukrainian student enrolling in the English Language Studies program as part of their transition to life in Canada; open to domestic applicants with Protected Persons or Refugee status, permanent residents and international students
• Personalized support, referrals, gift cards for groceries and basic necessities for those in need due to the war
• Support for affected Ukrainian and Russian applicants in terms of admissions, immigration and study permit questions
• To date, Sheridan has awarded more than $31,000 in needs-based bursaries to 15 students connected to the conflict,-Sheridan%20joins%20fellow&text=Sheridan%20will%20offer%20a%20full,transition%20to%20life%20in%20Canada.
St. Lawrence College
Kingston, Ontario
• The Mayor's Fund (see below)
*Additional information about supports offered by universities
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Institution/Organization/Individual(s)What is being offeredLink to details
Government of Ontario (Ontario's Universities)
• Ontario-Ukraine Solidarity Scholarship - a $1.9-million scholarship to support persons in Ontario’s publicly assisted colleges and universities
• The scholarship will be awarded to individual Ukrainian students through their college or university based on merit and financial need beginning in September 2022 (Helping Ukrainian Students in Postsecondary Education)
"The Mayor’s Fund for Ukrainian Refugees"
Ukrainian Canadian Club of Kingston
The City of Kingston - Mayor Bryan Paterson
• The fund provides financial support for Ukrainians that left Ukraine on or after February 24, 2022, hold a valid Ukrainian passport, and reside in Kingston.
• Any student that meets these requirements is eligible to apply.
• There is no limit on the number of applications that can be supported.
Research Nova Scotia (Non-Profit)• Immediate funding to help Ukrainian students and researchers displaced by war continue their education and projects in the province
• Grants to students and researchers who are relocating to Canada on a temporary or permanent basis
• The grant program is available to undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and researchers (the organization has initially committed $100,000)
• Post-secondary institutions that have accepted displaced Ukrainian students can apply for funding under the Research Nova Scotia program to support student research and help connect them to supervisors
Tri-Council Agency (SSHRC, NSERC or CIHR)• Limited-time Special Response Fund for Trainees (Ukraine), or SRFT-Ukraine, established to initiate or maintain the employment or financial support—via stipend or salary—of graduate students and postdoctoral researchers who are directly impacted by the crisis in Ukraine
• Support can be requested for a period of up to 12 months
• The maximum allowable amounts are as follows: master's level - up to $20,000; doctoral level - up to $25,000; postdoctoral level - up to $45,000 (requested amounts must be pro-rated to reflect the expected duration of the support)
Mitacs• Up to 600 internships for Ukrainian students affected by the war
• This summer, over 60 students from Ukraine are expected to travel to Canada for their Globalink Research Internship
• Additional measures to support students and postdoctoral fellows in Ukraine, such as facilitating their travel to Canada through the Globalink and Accelerate International programs
• The Globalink Research Award (GRA) for Canadian post-secondary institutions to collaborate with partner organizations in Ukraine and support students in Ukraine
• Prioritization of students from Ukraine for the internship, flexibility in terms of program dates and duration, deferred eligibility (until next year) for students unable to participate due to the war
4-30 Pembina Hall
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2H8
Temerty Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Holodomor Studies 2023-2024
• This competition is open to Canadian citizens, permanent residents of Canada, and foreign nationals.
• The duration of the fellowship is for one year with the possibility of renewal, subject to review, for a second year.
• The annual stipend is C$48,000.
• In addition, the award covers the costs of economy airfare to and from Edmonton; supplemental health benefits; and economy airfare and accommodations for a research trip to Toronto.
4-30 Pembina Hall
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2H8

The Kolasky Visiting Research Fellowship
applications from scholars who are citizens of Ukraine and affiliated with universities or research institutions in Ukraine to carry out scholarly work as Kolasky Visiting Research Fellows at the institute.
Stipend: The stipend is C$3,000 monthly.
Duration: Up to four months.
Application method: Applications and supporting documents must be submitted in English via the CIUS Awards Portal.
Deadline: 1 March 2023
4-30 Pembina Hall
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2H8
Ivan Franko School of Ukrainian Studies (IFSUS) Ukraine Travel Award 2023-2024
Ukraine Travel Award (C$2,000) is granted to students who have completed at least one year of study at the post-secondary level and who have also completed Ukrainian 30 or equivalent. Applicants are required to enroll in a Ukrainian studies course/program to be offered in Ukraine by an accredited post-secondary institution, or to take courses for one semester or more at a post-secondary institution in Ukraine.
Deadline: 1 March 2023,-fellowships,-and-other-awards-for-students.html
CIUS Research Grants
Research Grants in Ukrainian and Ukrainian-Canadian Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Law, Education, and Library Sciences 2023 - 2024
Research grants are awarded in support of projects that have scholarly value, well-defined work plans, and modest budgets. Applicants should read the “Research Grant Application Guide” and fill out the application form.
CIUS accepts applications submitted in Ukrainian.
Deadline: 1 March 2023
CIUS Research Grants
The Teodota and Ivan Klym Grants in Ukrainian Studies 2023 - 2024
The Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies is accepting proposals from students and scholars from universities in Ukraine (particularly Chernivtsi National University) for junior and senior research grants, fellowships, scholarly publications, and conferences.
Deadline: 1 March 2023
CIUS Research Grants
The Remeza Family Research and Publications Grant 2023 - 2024
Awarded annually to support research and publications pertaining to the work and legacy of Bohdan Lepky and the general areas of his intellectual and creative interests. This may include works on language, literature, history, education, and culture that reflect the Lepky era.
Deadline: 1 March 2023
CIUS Research Grants
The Holodomor Research and Education Consortium (HREC) Research Grant 2023 - 2024
Grants to individuals will not exceed C$7,500.00, with most grants ranging from C$1,500.00 to C$3,500.00 in the past years. HREC also encourages proposals for larger collaborative projects that engage scholars and institutions from both in and outside Ukraine.
Deadline: 15 May 2023
CIUS Research Grants
The Ivan Makohon Research Grant 2023 - 2024
Awarded to support projects in the area of Ukrainian and Ukrainian-Canadian economic studies. Applicants should be undergraduate or graduate students from the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, or any other university in Ukraine.
Deadline: 1 March 2023
CIUS Research Grants
Bukowsky Research Grant for the Study of Sustainable Development 2023 - 2024
Priority will be given to scholars and graduate-level students whose work is dedicated to developing a better understanding of critical scientific and social issues in sustainable development in Ukraine. Applicants from any country may apply.
Deadline: 1 March 2023
CIUS Research Grants
Bukowsky Research Grant for the Study of Sustainable Development 2023 - 2024
Priority will be given to scholars and graduate-level students whose work is dedicated to developing a better understanding of critical scientific and social issues in sustainable development in Ukraine. Applicants from any country may apply.
Deadline: 1 March 2023
BCU FoundationBCU Foundation is pleased to announce the second year of its Canada 150 Fund $10,000 graduate scholarship for Ukrainian Canadian students.
The deadline for applications is March 31, 2023. Further information is available by contacting
EDC Ukrainian Empowerment Scholarship
For Ukrainian students pursuing studies at a Canadian college, university, or cégep.
Each scholarship is worth $5,000. Applications are now open for the 2023/2024 academic year.
The deadline for applying is February 28, 2023.