Russia began a full-scale military invasion of Ukraine in the early morning of 24 February 2022 in a major escalation of the Russia-Ukraine conflict that began in 2014 and is considered the largest conventional military attack in Europe since World War II. This event shocked the world, which has not fully recovered from the Covid-19 pandemic. Apart from the devastating consequences for those directly affected by the military action, the Russia-Ukraine war 2022 holds major implications for higher education students and their future. To capture the immediate economic and social effects of this war, Faculty of Public Administration, University of Ljubljana from Slovenia (with international academic partners) launched a large-scale online global student survey entitled ‘Students’ perception on the Russia-Ukraine war 2022′. The global comparative analysis helps us formulate the most useful recommendations for policymakers.
Questionnaire for students (and preview version for contact persons)
Current students` responses by countries (FRI, 20.05.2022, 21:00 PM CEST)
TOTAL SAMPLE: 4681
Responses by countries (with at least 5 responses)
|Bosnia & Herzegovina||19|
|United States of America||10|