Every year V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University welcomes students to study in Karazin Camp.
V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University has not been displaced since February 24 2022 despite constant shelling and missile attacks Kharkiv is suffering from. However, University sees its mission in remaining together with its city and sharing its destiny. During the war the phrase “Education despite the War” has become the University’s motto.
Last year Summer School “War Displaced Persons Protection and Rights – Case Study Ukraine” was kindly hosted by Palacky University in Olomouc, Czech Republic, and we are extremely grateful to our colleagues and friends from Palacky University for this assistance.
This year we know that due to our partners’ and friends’ support it is already time not to struggle for survival but to evolve and develop, to set new aims and reach them. So, we have decided to host Summer School “Refugees from Ukraine and inside Ukraine after February 24, 2022. Strategies for integration into the local society” ourselves, though in online format only. However, we will do our best to provide our participants not only with theoretical and empirical knowledge and exciting discussions but also with real-time views of Karazin University and Kharkiv.
We see the Summer School as one of our valuable traditions we are happy to have a chance to keep.
We are honored to invite you to register for the Summer School “Refugees from Ukraine and inside Ukraine after February 24, 2022. Strategies for integration into the local society“ that is to take place on August 7-11, 2023.
Extension of deadline
The new deadline for submitting applications is June 20, 2023
Applications are now open and we invite you to apply
To choose our Karazin Camp