AMO launches a new project focusing on the migration of Ukrainian students to V4 countries
The number of Ukrainian students at higher education institutions in the V4 countries is steadily growing. However, there are no data available on how the countries use this human capital or whether the young graduates plan to stay in the country of their studies, return to Ukraine, or go further West. The lack of answers to these questions decreases chances to involve the potential of young Ukrainians more effectively and to foresee future outcomes.
The main objective of this project is to find out how Ukraine, Poland, Czechia, Slovakia, and Hungary could use professional and social capital of Ukrainian students who choose to study in Polish, Czech, Slovak, and Hungarian universities more effectively.
The project is funded by the International Visegrad Fund and the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The project leader is Institute of Public Affairs (IPA).