The UM in solidarity with the Ukrainian people
Message from Chairman Philippe Augé
Our university, founded on democratic and humanist values, wishes to express its deep consternation and total disapproval of the Russian offensive in Ukraine. We wish to affirm our full solidarity with the Ukrainian people and our unconditional support for the academic and scientific communities affected by this armed conflict.
Students and UM staff affected by this conflict can contact us by email to be directed towards support services.
In accordance with ministerial instructions, new bilateral collaboration projects with Russia and mobility to Belarus, Ukraine and Russia have been suspended.
We hope that the way will soon be found for the principles that make up our civilization - human rights, respect for others, cooperation, knowledge and its sharing, etc. - to supplant this warlike frenzy, but our concern, in this very dark period for Europe, remains extreme.
President of the University of Montpellier
Ukrainian students wishing to come to Montpellier
Please register by email on the Campus France national portal. We'll get in touch with you as soon as we receive your request.
- Find out more about reception arrangements (temporary protection, accommodation, etc.).
As part of the welcome program for Ukrainians, mixed pairs of one young Ukrainian and one young French person will work under civic service status to support the welcome activities for Ukrainian populations in Occitanie.
Under the supervision of the Uniscité association or a mobilized partner, their mission will be to :
- Provide language support at reception and accommodation centers for Ukrainians,
- Support Ukrainian families in their dealings with public services (town halls, schools, prefectures, CAF, CPAM, etc.) to meet their needs in terms of access to rights, housing, health, etc.
Skills required : English (or Russian or Ukrainian), driver's license preferred
The contract is for a minimum of 6 months, with training provided by Uniscité, the French leader in civic service, and a bonus of €580 per month.
National emergency reception program for scientists and artists in exile
The Collège de France has launched a special appeal via the PAUSE program to finance the stay of researchers threatened by the Ukrainian conflict in French universities.
The University of Montpellier would like to support Ukrainian scientists and their families by volunteering to host teaching and research colleagues in danger through this program.
For all inquiries concerning the reception and integration of students and teacher-researchers in connection with the conflict in Ukraine (in particular to prepare a PAUSE support file), please contact: rf.re1708478367illep1708478367tnomu1708478367@noit1708478367arepo1708478367oc1708478367
For your information, you can find the circular published by the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation on March 22, 2022 on the reception of displaced students from Ukraine benefiting from temporary protection. at this address.
Euraxess - Resource portal
The European Commission has also set up a resource portal to help researchers affected by the conflict: EURAXESS - ERA4Ukraine