Information for forced migrants

Here you can find a selection of groups and channels with useful information:


Ukrainian students who are currently forced to leave Ukraine and wish to continue their studies in Germany, please contact us at the following e-mail addresses:

Please write in Russian.
The project offers three German language courses at levels B1, B2 and C1 each semester in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages ​​(GER). The pre-study program is free and includes daily language courses and textbooks, as well as a wide range of cultural programs.
The new flow of courses begins on April 11 and will end on September 2, 2022.
The entrance or language test (online SET) will take place online on April 4.
To successfully enter the course, students need:

  • language certificate not less than level A2 in accordance with GER;
  • certificate (original and (if any) translation);
  • record book or confirmation of attendance (original and (if any) translation);
  • Refugee status in Germany (if already applied) / valid residence permit and copy of your passport (if you have not yet applied for refugee status).

If you are directly interested in learning, you can contact our colleague from
International Office of the Technical University of Dresden (TU Dresden) by Franz Storbach:

Peace begins within us. (Dalai Lama)