Ukraine: Information and advice to students and employees Rollup Image Several of Nord University's students and staff are directly affected by the war in Ukraine. On this page you will find information from the university and links to practical information. By:Nord University Published:01. March 2022 kl. 15:00 Updated:31. May 2022 kl. 10:45 Main bodyHelpline Ukraine Phone number: 400 18 200This is an emergency service from Nord University proving assistance to students and employees who experience an emergency situation due to the war in Ukraine. The recipient of the phone call will assist in any situation that is perceived as demanding for the caller or the person you are calling on behalf of. The conversation is confidential. The helpline is always open every day of the week. Other services for students:Students from Ukraine, Russia and Belarus who are struggling financially due to the war will now receive funding to cover their subsistence costs. The Norwegian Government has established a grant scheme for Spring semester 2022. All students who is eligible for the grant will receive up to NOK 11 500 per month from March to August. If you are a scholarship recipient, special rules apply depending on the size of the scholarship. PhD students will receive up to NOK 21 000. You can read more about this and who is eligible to apply on the website of the Norwegian Government.For more information about this grant scheme and how to apply, please contact International Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.For students:If you have questions or need somebody to talk to, you can contact: Bodø: Student counselling service at Studentinord Other Nord campuses: Counselling and health servicesInternational office at Nord UniversitySupport meetings for students and staff at campusFor Nord-staff:If you need somebody to talk to, you can contact:Your nearest supervisorOccupational Health Service (Bedriftshelsetjenesten)Support meetings for students and staff at campus By:Nord University Published:01. March 2022 kl. 15:00 Updated:31. May 2022 kl. 10:45 Right bodyMore information:Information about the situation in Ukraine from the Norwegian Directorate of ImmigrationInformation to Russian citizens from the Norwegian Directorate of ImmigrationUkraine travel advice from the Norwegian Foreign Ministry (in Norwegian only)Russia travel advice from the Norwegian Foreign Ministry (in Norwegian only) Share on Facebook Share on Twitter E-mail Print this page Articles published on www.nord.no may be reprinted with reference to the original source. Images on www.nord.no may not be used without the written permission of the Communications Unit. Nord University takes no responsibility for the content of external websites linked to articles on www.nord.no.