War in Ukraine
We are shocked by Russia's all-out invasion of Ukraine and sympathize with everyone affected by it. What is happening in Ukraine right now is horrific and heartbreaking. Knowing that your family and friends are in a war zone creates unprecedented uncertainty and pain. We strongly reject this war and support our students and staff wherever we can. On this page you can read what we are currently doing and what you yourself can contribute.
Help and guidance
Guidance for students and employees
Would you like to talk to someone about your concerns? You can contact your academic or HR advisor.Read more
Impacts on Russian and Belarusian students and staff
Many Russian students and scholars do not support the war but cannot safely speak up. We believe in open dialogue and in compassion for all who need it.Read more
For the financial consequences of the war, an emergency support fund has been established to provide for the basic needs of students with Ukrainian or (Belarusian) Russian (dual) nationality who now need support with this.Read more
Lower tuition fees for students from Ukraine
Students (prospective and those already studying at TU/e) enrolled with Ukrainian nationality will pay the lower statutory tuition fee of €2,209 next academic year. Students with other nationalities who have fled Ukraine will also be eligible for the lower fee.Read more
TU/enable offers students with a refugee background who are currently waiting for their status or have recently received their status a chance to participate in a selection of bachelor courses for free.Read more
Study and works spaces, laptops, and sports facilities on campus
For students who have fled Ukraine, study and work spaces are available on our campus in the MetaForum building. Students can also borrow a laptop (Lenovo Thinkpad) and use the sports facilities on campus. If you would like to use these facilities, please send an email to email@example.com.
Taking online courses at TU/e
Students from Ukraine can take online courses at TU/e.Read more
As of now, for security reasons, no travel permits to Russia, Belarus and Ukraine will be issued until further notice.
Breaking academic ties with Russia and Belarus
All research and teaching collaborations with Russia and Belarus will be frozen with immediate effect.Read more
Meanwhile, students and staff have already set up several actions to support people in Ukraine.
University Fund Eindhoven
University Fund Eindhoven has a fund of 100,000 euros in creation. In consultation with Ukrainian scientists and students at the TU/e we are looking at how this amount can best be spent. If you have ideas or proposals on how to best employ the Ukraine Fund, feel free to contact Pavlo Burda (firstname.lastname@example.org) to collectively join the consultations with University Fund Eindhoven.Read more
Your donation to Giro555 ensures that the aid organizations behind Giro555 can help refugees and victims with food, shelter and other emergency assistance.Read more
Contact and information
The TU/e webcare team is the central point for all questions and requests. The team is available all day via Whatsapp or an email.
We're happy to answer all your questions. Email them, and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.Read more
We are also available via Whatsapp for all your questions. Do not hesitate!
With questions and concerns, students can contact their academic advisor.Read more
With questions and concerns, employees can contact their HR advisor.Read more
For questions about your application and admission as an international student, please contact our International Office.Read more
Information leaflet for students from Ukraine
In this leaflet we have gathered all information you need to know on how to apply to TU/e.Read more
Information page Municipality of Eindhoven
Information about shelters and private support actions.Read more
RefugeeHelp is the online starting point for Ukrainian refugees in the Netherlands and everyone who wants to help.Read more
Q&A from UNL
An extensive Q&A, created by UNL, an umbrella organization of all Dutch universities. Relevant for students from Ukraine currently studying at Dutch universities, but also for prospective students who have fled from the war and are considering university studies at one of the Dutch universities.Read more
Nuffic information desk 'Study in Holland'
Nuffic has opened an information desk for refugee students from Ukraine who need help in choosing their study destination in the Netherlands.Read more
English language courses
The UAF offers support for refugees from Ukraine so they can take English courses and exams this summer for entry - beginning in September 2022 - into an English-language program.Read more