Students who are eligible for social scholarships:
Orphans and children deprived of parental care
Students who are affected by the Chernobyl disaster
Students who are miners or miners’ children
Students who have a war participant certificate or are war participants’ children
Students, one of whose parents died (is missing) in the area of ATO
Students, one of whose parents died during the mass actions of public protest
Students who have the status of internally displaced persons
The size of social scholarships
• university students of III-IV level of accreditation are eligible for social scholarships in the amount of 1000 UAH;
• university students of I-IV level of accreditation from the number of orphans and children deprived of parental care, and students (cadets) of the university, who in the period of study, aged 18 to 23, lost their parents - 2000 UAH.
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