This study examines the effect of the Ukraine crisis on the national and international economy, which is intrinsically tied to education, research, and science. As a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, the country’s economy plummeted sharply. This displaced many local and international students, teachers, and educators at Ukrainian universities, schools, and institutes, including girls and women. In this paper, we have highlighted the global effort to sustain higher education and accommodate displaced students. We have adopted an exploratory, descriptive analysis of media coverage of the Russia-Ukraine War and other statistical studies and articles generally addressing the impact of the Ukraine crisis on the economy, particularly education, research, and science. Results suggest that immediate and continuous support for Ukrainians and international students is viewed as a necessity tightly linked to the national economy and the global economy.
Al Gharaibeh, Fakir; Ahmad, Ifzal; and Malkawi, Rima
"Impact of the Russia-Ukraine War on Education and International Students,"
Journal of International Women's Studies: Vol. 25:
6, Article 12.
Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/jiws/vol25/iss6/12