Keyword: Russian Invasion of Ukraine
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression and anxiety were more likely in adolescents exposed to war than those living outside the war-affected region in Ukraine. The unique study conducted by the Research Centre for Child Psychiatry of the University of Turku is the largest epidemiological study using standardised measures that examined the impact of the Russia–Ukraine war 2014 on the mental health of adolescents.
The University of Turku offers exchange study positions and grants for 25 students who have fled Ukraine due to the invasion. The positions are open for applications for students and doctoral researchers from the EC2U’s new partner, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (IFNUL).
The InFLAMES and INVEST Flagships of the University of Turku offer grants for Ukrainian researchers who are unable to continue their work in Ukraine due to the Russian invasion.
The University of Turku offers higher education students who have fled to Finland from Ukraine an opportunity to complete free studies from among a diverse course selection. Study rights for non-degree studies offered by the faculties will be granted mainly from autumn semester onwards. In addition to non-degree studies, the Ukrainian students may also complete studies at the Open University free of charge.