The University of Bayreuth helps
Our commitment to refugee scientists and students
Refugee scientists and students can find important information and a first point of contact on our "Refugees Welcome" website.
With the Bayreuth Bridge for Science, the University of Bayreuth has established its own funding programme for refugee scientists from Ukraine.
Research group chairs at the University of Bayreuth who can act as hosts for refugee academics should contact the Research Funding Office of the University of Bayreuth: firstname.lastname@example.org. Here you can find a list of funding options for academics and students who are refugees or have fled the Ukraine.
Faculty members of the University of Bayreuth who are able to act as hosts for refugee scientists should contact the Research Funding Office of the University of Bayreuth: email@example.com.
Please also see the European Commission's page that provides the portal "European Research Area for Ukraine" (ERA4Ukraine) as a one-stop shop for information and support services for researchers* residing in Ukraine and refugees from Ukraine.
N.B.: Problems sending e-mail to gmail addresses solved
It is now possible for us to reply to mails from gmail addresses again and to process your requests quickly. Previously, Google had blocked the mail addresses of the University of Bayreuth.
Coping with trauma
Students and doctoral candidates at the University of Bayreuth can receive support from the Psychological Counseling Center of the Studentenwerk Oberfranken.
The Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic of the Bayreuth District Hospital offers refugees the opportunity for competent support:
Phone: +49 (0)921 283-5600
The "Verbundenheit Foundation", together with its cooperation partners, is setting up a collection point for urgently needed relief supplies as part of the "Upper Franconia - Transcarpathia/Ukraine Relief Bridge": On Wednesday (9.3.) and Thursday (10.3.) from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Peter-Henlein-Strasse 11 (warehouse in the courtyard) donations in kind can be handed in, if possible unpacked. For more information and a map of the collection point, please visit the Foundation's website.
The Ukrainehilfe coordination group of the City of Bayreuth maintains a list of privately provided housing for refugees. So, if you can offer help here, please contact the staff of the City of Bayreuth by phone at 0921-251536 (Mon-Thu 8 a.m.-12 p.m. and 2 p.m.-4 p.m.; Fri 8 a.m.-12 p.m.) or by E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also report housing to the Bayreuth District Office: