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What childcare options are available for children who are not yet school-aged?
Children of Ukrainian citizens who have come to Slovakia as a result of the war and have applied for temporary refuge or asylum are entitled to free education in Slovakia. This applies to kindergartens, primary and secondary schools. You can enroll your child into a nursery or kindergarten of your choice, for that you need to show your temporary protection documents, or explain that you have applied.
For more information you can contact the Ministry of Education or the nursery directly. You can check vacancies in Slovak schools and kindergartens according to the school map of the Ministry of Education of the Slovak republic .
How do I enroll my child(ren) into school?
Children of Ukrainian citizens who have come to Slovakia as a result of the conflict and have applied for temporary refuge or asylum are entitled to free education in Slovakia. This applies to kindergartens, primary and secondary schools. Compulsory school attendance in Slovakia is mandatory until the age of 16, but applies only to children with permanent residence in Slovakia and does not apply to persons with temporary refuge.
To enroll your child in school, you need:
According to the level of education and level of command of the Slovak language, your child will be included in the relevant class and the child will receive language course. More information can be found on the website of the Ministry of Education . You can view the list of schools here and the live-map of school capacity here .
Before starting kindergarten or school, the child must be examined by a pediatrician and a certificate of the child’s health, including details of compulsory vaccinations, must be submitted to the head of kindergarten/school. You can contact a pediatrician according to the recommendation of acquaintances, according to the city district where you live or where the kindergarten/school is located.
Also, please check this online hub for children in 7-11 grades for home studies and additional resources. It does not replace the official school curriculum.
What happens if my kid gets sick?
A non-profit organisation Plamienok offers seriously ill children who have come to Slovakia home visits of a doctor, nurse or social worker at the place of residence of these children in Bratislava. Parents who accompany their children can use consultations with experts.
Can I continue my university studies at another university? What documents do I need?
You can choose between non-degree and full degree studies.
Non-degree study or academic mobility is available only to those who already started their study at a Ukrainian university, and would like to collect credits for individual subjects which then can be recognised by the home university once they return back to Ukraine.