The Kastus Kalinovsky program is an alternative for students expelled from Belarusian universities

Students became one of the targets of the terror that the Lukashenko regime unleashed against the Belarusian people. They end up in prisons, imprisoned for a day, expelled from universities. Everything is being done to ruin life and deprive the future of the best and smartest young Belarusians.

There is an alternative: the Kastus Kalinouski scholarship program in Poland.

This program is the largest program in Europe to help Belarusians who cannot study in their home country because of their political views.

On March 30, 2006, the program was created following a wave of protests following the third presidential election. But it gained particular popularity last year amid unprecedented post-election repression. For the 2020/2021 academic year, Belarusian students submitted 650 applications to the program bureau. All candidates were enrolled.

The beginning of the program includes:
  • in-depth study of the Polish language
  • inexpensive housing
  • monthly stipend

Acceptance of documents for the 2021/2022 academic year will begin shortly. The information will be posted on our website. For detailed information on the required package of documents, as well as for consultation, please contact us by e-mail.

For those who want to get an education in Poland and other European countries, there is such an opportunity thanks to the Belarusian Student Support Association - BeSSA.

Check out the programs and submit your application on the BeSSA website.
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