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What childcare options are available for children who are not yet school-aged?
Education is compulsory for all children, French and foreign, from the age of 3 (sometimes 2) until the age of 16. Schools accept kids who don't speak French. Before that you can sign up your children for daycare (crèche) at monenfant.fr . It is free of charge for all kids displaced from Ukraine (details at weka.fr ).
To enroll your child in kindergraden, you need:
• Family book (if possible)
For more information you can download this PDF (UKR) .
More useful information is available at oniseptv.onisep.fr .
How do I enroll my child(ren) into school?
To enroll your child in school:
For further information and a list of contact points click here .
To find out about the aid that can be mobilized for the benefit of students, we invite you to contact the director of the school or the head of the establishment in which your child is educated.
Learn more about the education system at education.gouv.fr .
How can I enroll my child in a Ukrainian school in first grade if we are abroad?
Documents for admission to the school can be submitted online on the website "Electronic registration in institutions of general secondary education" at the link . To do this, you need to register on the site, choose an institution of general secondary education, create an application and confirm it with documents in the institution
Electronic registration is not available in Kyiv, but it is possible to submit an application online to the school's e-mail address (at the applicant's choice). Enrollment will be carried out on the basis of the application of one of the parents, submitted in person or scanned copies or photocopies. Documents must confirm the place of residence of the child, one of his parents (or people who replace them) in the territory of the institution. If parents do not have the opportunity to obtain a medical certificate for their child by May 31, this is not a reason to refuse enrollment. Original documents and medical certificates must be submitted to the educational institution no later than August 18, 2023 inclusive. More details at the link .
What happens if my kid gets sick?
Children up to the age of 18 are automatically covered by their parent's health insurance. After receiving the temporary protection the parents will receive a health insurance certificate which is equivalent to Carte Vitale (French state health insurance card). With this certificate you can access free or highly subsidized healthcare.
More information at expatica.com .
Also use the Doctolib website to find a doctor. This is an instruction on how to book a medical appointment. You can search for "Médecine de l'enfant et de l'adolescent" to find a pediatrician or a general practitioner that accept kids.
Can I continue my university studies at another university? What documents do I need?
Yes, but you have to apply for admission for the next year. Submission of documents takes place from October 1 to December 15, 2021. Dossiers submitted after this date will not be considered. If you want to continue studying in your program you can transfer to a course corresponding to your academic level in French universities. You can browse available Bachelor programs and Master programs .
The French Eiffel Excellence Scholarship program encourages international students to study for master's and postgraduate degrees in French institutions of higher education. Master's students under the age of 25 and doctoral students under the age of 30 can participate.
More information here .
You can use the list of universities that help Ukrainian students and scientists on the English-language educational search platform Erudera . The platform contains 70 offers from universities around the world, including the USA, Australia and Canada. In addition to the country and the name of the university, the table indicates the type of aid and a link to the university's website.
Science For Ukraine is a public group of volunteer researchers and students from academic institutions in Europe and around the world who help Ukrainians. You can apply for help through the website, and you can view the entire list of institutions that agree to cooperate with Ukrainian scientists by following the link .
Useful Telegram channel "Nonformal O" - scholarships, grants, courses, volunteer projects in all countries for Ukrainians.
What languages do I need to speak to be able to study?
Students wishing to study in France have the opportunity to choose an English or French language program. In addition, it is necessary to correlate the level of linguistic training with the requirements of the institution you want to enter.
To enter the first (L1) course of study at a university (bachelor's level), candidates from other countries, including Ukraine, must prove their level of French at least B2. In other cases - for admission to the second (L2) / third year of L3 bachelor's degree or master's degree (Master 1/2) or postgraduate (Doctorat), or to the High School, there are no generally accepted rules for knowledge of French and each institution sets its own requirements on the level of proficiency in French. Information about this can be found on the website of the university you have chosen, or by e-mail directly to the person who works with foreign students.
More information can be found at ukraine.campusfrance.org .
Where can I pass my related language exams (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS)?