It’s easy to feel helpless during times of crisis. But the most simple and effective way to help out is by donating. Read on to find out how we’re playing our part at IE University, and how you can help us make our impact.
Campus Life and the IE Charity Club are collaborating to run a supply chain drive. So if you have any medicine, clothing, or non-perishable food, please drop it at the Campus Life office (For ALL staff and faculty.)
IE University alumni from Ukraine, Georgia, Germany, and other nations have created an NGO platform that aims to offer a way for Ukrainian supporters to directly provide food, medical supplies, hygiene products, and essential necessities to local Ukrainian communities harmed by the invasion.
Knowledge is power. That phrase has never been more accurate than it is today. We’ve created a new section on our IE Insights website to communicate information about the war in Ukraine. Check it out to find out the latest on this conflict.
We’ve put together an Emergency Committee in order to support our community members who have been affected by the war in Ukraine. We want to offer support from various angles: academic, financial and psychological.
The IE Legal Clinic has launched a project coordinated by a Ukrainian Law student (Volodymyr Sydorenko) and a group of Russian Law students (Sofía and Sebastián Farje, Polina Malitskaia and Mariia Khalfun.) In the framework of this project, a total of 22 students from the Legal Clinic are developing:
1) A very easy and interactive legal pamphlet in Ukrainian, Spanish and English, explaining the main regulations, procedures and legal requirements that Ukrainian citizens need when arriving in Spain (visa, legal residence and other procedures derived from their refugee status).
2) A Q&A document to resolve the main legal issues that Russian citizens are facing in Spain, due to the sanctions imposed on their country (blocking of bank accounts, visa refusals...).
For more information, please contact the Director of the Legal Clinic, Professor Sonsoles Arias Guedón.
IE University and IE Foundation have agreed on a special fund for Ukrainian talent displaced by the war with an initial dotation of up to 1 million € to cover tuition (up to 100%) and/or living expenses scholarships.
This fund is available for Ukrainian candidates affected by the war in Ukraine who excel both academically and personally by making sure their current situation does not prevent them from achieving their goals. Scholarships are available for undergraduate, master and executive education programs.
Candidates must demonstrate outstanding academic performance and stand out in their personal endeavors, as well as commitment and motivation towards their professional future.
Below, you will find our official statement along with others that we have released in conjunction with educational conglomerates to which we belong.