Как студенты-переселенцы адаптируются в учебных заведениях Украины?

What are the problems facing students who have moved from the territories, which are not controlled by Kyiv government? The audio is in Ukrainian or Russian

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Наталья Соколенко,

Андрей Куликов

Гостi

Світлана Ніколаєнко,

Оксана Матвієнко,

Галина Кравченко,

Василь Кравець

Как студенты-переселенцы адаптируются в учебных заведениях Украины?
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Как студенты-переселенцы адаптируются в учебных заведениях Украины?
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Светлана Николаенко, Галина Кравченко, Оксана Матвиенко Громадське Радио

Psychologists Svitlana Nikolayenko, Oksana Matviyenko, and Halyna Kravchenko are in the studio. Vasyl Kravets, rector of the Donbas National Construction and Architecture Academy, joins the conversation over the phone.

Halyna Kravchenko has moved from Donetsk and helps students from her city collect necessary documents in order to enter or transfer to an institution on the peaceful territory of Ukraine. According to her, at the moment the most complicated thing is to leave the occupied territory to pass the external independent assessment. This is dangerous and requires a lot of time, strength, and worries.

Vasyl Kravets confirms that psychological and social problems impact on students’ studies.

Psychologists in the studio listed organizations where students from the occupied territories may apply in order to receive help.

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This material has been produced with the generous support of the International Medical Corps and JSI Research & Training Institute, INC. through a grant by United States Agency for International Development. The views and opinions expressed herein shall not, in any way whatsoever, be construed to reflect the views or opinions of all the mentioned organizations.