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Solidarity with Ukraine

Kyushu U’s relief program for Ukrainian students and researchers

Kyushu University has launched a special relief program in collaboration with the local governments for students, new graduates, and researchers who have been displaced and/or lost their ability to continue their studies and/or research due to the Russian aggression in Ukraine.

Please find out more about the program here.

In addition, We have created a special fund to set our relief program in motion. You may help us continue with the work we do by making donations.
Please click here for more information as to how you can contribute.

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