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These students, initially fearing the end of their academic journey, have found a new beginning in Uzbekistan following the Indian Embassy’s collaboration with the university to facilitate their transfers

The report showed that Ukrainians make up the majority of international students in Poland, accounting for 55.8 percent of the total, followed by Belarusians at 13.9 percent. Zimbabwean nationals form the third-largest group among international students in the country.

These initiatives collectively embody a coordinated international approach to address the educational and vocational necessities of Ukrainian refugees. Prioritizing language proficiency and pedagogical approaches is a keen strategy, recognizing the fundamental importance of linguistic skills in facilitating integration and enabling self-determination.

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