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International programs

Horizon Europe is an ambitious 7-year program of the European Union in the field of research and innovation in education and science. The EU program aims to consolidate the success achieved by the "Horizon 2020" program. To overcome the crisis caused by the spread of COVID-19, the program envisages a 50% increase in funding for science in the European Union over 2021-2027. The European Commission has formulated 5 main directions for the implementation of the program's strategic goals:

  • adaptation to climate change, including the transformation of society
  • the problem of cancer
  • smart cities and cities without climate impact
  • oceans, marine, coastal and inland waters
  • soil and nutrition

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The ERASMUS+ program covers all sectors - education, training, youth policy and the sports sector. ERASMUS + integrates seven existing programs into a single coherent structure.

For more information about the new phase of the EU ERASMUS + Program 2021-2027, please follow the link:

The new ERASMUS + approach is needs-based:

  • Education, training and youth: a changing landscape
  • Deep economic crisis and high youth unemployment
  • Jobs exist, but so do skills shortages and low employability of graduates
  • Growing demands for highly skilled jobs
  • Global competition for talent: internationalization of education
  • Enormous expansion of learning offerings and learning potential of ICT
  • Complementarity between formal, informal and non-formal learning
  • Demand for closer links with the global labor market

ERASMUS+ requires:

The Fulbright Program has been successfully operating since 1946 in more than 160 countries. The program is sponsored by the U.S. government and administered by the Institute of International Education (IIE). Since 1992, more than 1000 Ukrainians have studied, interned, and conducted research in the United States; more than 700 Americans lectured and conducted research in Ukrainian higher education institutions.

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The "Science for Peace and Security" program takes into account NATO's documents for planning operations and exercises, including the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Work Plan, the Partnership Action Plan against Terrorism, the Work Program for the Mediterranean Dialogue, the NATO-Ukraine Annual Target Plan and Individual Partnership Action Plans.

The program encourages Allies and Mediterranean countries to intensify practical cooperation.

The program also focuses on preventing and countering terrorism, including environmental and computer terrorism(supporting the DEXTER (Detection of EXplosives and firearms to counter TERrorism) Consortium), food safety, cyber defense etc.

Project proposals from partner countries and countries of the Mediterranean region should be aimed at achieving specific goals and meeting the objective needs of end users.

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Information about programs in the field of education and science by country 

  • The Hellenic Republic

The Hellenic State Scholarship Foundation (IKY) provides scholarships for studying at the second (master's) and third (educational and scientific) levels of higher education, as well as for postdoctoral studies.

Types of scholarships:

  • scholarships for applicants for a master's degree (1-3 years);
  • scholarships for applicants for PhD degrees (1-3 years);
  • postdoctoral fellowships (6 months to 1 year);
  • scholarships for collecting information for writing a dissertation research in another country (1 year).

The Greek State Scholarship Foundation (IKY) does not impose restrictions on priority areas of education. Important criteria are the knowledge of the Greek language, the history of cooperation with the institution and the possibility of ensuring the candidate's education.

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  • Republic of Estonia

The main goal of cooperation between Estonia and Ukraine is to contribute to the creation of a stable, democratic, transparent and inclusive society.

Ukraine's development priorities are based on the national government program and are linked to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). According to the government program, there are four priority areas: economic development (Goals 8 and 9), human development (Goals 1, 3, 4 and 8), proper governance (Goals 8, 9, 11 and 16), and energy and environment (Goals 7, 12 and 13).

It is expected that project applications in the healthcare sector will focus on developing the digital competencies of healthcare professionals; increasing the transparency of information (data), for example, implementation, optimization of patient registries, studying access to medicines, and the implementation of gender equality.

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  • Canada

Canada offers ample opportunities for international students to pursue master's and doctoral programs.

EduCanada is an official government portal offering information on open opportunities for study and research in Canada (electronic resource:

There is also an open resource that contains information on current scholarship programs in Canada (electronic resource:

  • Kingdom of Belgium

The Belgian Federal Science Policy Office provides grants to young researchers to conduct joint research projects with Belgian scientists for 6-12 months. Applications are submitted by research project managers from the Belgian side. Candidates are selected once a year. For more information, please follow the link:

The "Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek" (FWO) supports fundamental scientific research, including clinical research, the development of research infrastructure, and the management of large-scale computing in Flanders. It also subsidizes international scientific cooperation and provides travel grants, in particular within the framework of the "Kom op tegen Kanker" ("Fighting Cancer") initiative.

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  • Kingdom of Sweden

The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) is a government agency of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sweden that promotes international cooperation.

With Sida's assistance, projects have been implemented and are being implemented in more than 120 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Central and Eastern Europe. Every year, Sida provides more than 6,000 grants in areas such as education, healthcare, utilities, infrastructure, small business support, and assistance to people affected by war or other disasters. The goal of Sweden's cooperation with Central and Eastern Europe is to support the development of democracy, market economy, social security systems, etc.

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  • Republic of Lithuania

The Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania in Ukraine regularly announces the selection of applications for grants for development cooperation projects in the field of cooperation and support for democracy in Ukraine.

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  • French Republic

The concept of universal health coverage, supported by France, is one of the most powerful drivers of social equality, especially within the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

In order to achieve this goal, the French Development Agency (L'Agence Française de Développement) is taking measures to improve the quality and accessibility of health care. One of the Agency's tasks is to support international projects aimed at building stability and resilience of societies, ensuring equity and financial protection in the health sector.

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  • Swiss Confederation

The activities of the Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC) are aimed at strengthening health systems; combating communicable and non-communicable diseases; improving reproductive and sexual, maternal and child health, in particular in low- and middle-income countries.

Grants are available in the following areas:

  • "Strengthening health systems" (issues of accessibility and quality of health care, provision of equipment, development of technologies);
  • "Improving the health of mothers, newborns and children" (ensuring accessibility and quality, sexual and reproductive health, etc;)
  • "Diseases" (promotion of healthy lifestyles; preventive management of non-communicable diseases; improvement of diagnostic methods for infectious diseases such as HIV, malaria, tuberculosis, acute respiratory diseases, neglected tropical diseases).

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  • Japan

The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) supports joint research with Japanese scientists in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.

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