The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Zagreb announced that it is offering Ukrainian veterinary students the chance to continue their studies for free in either English or Croatian. Alternatively, they can complete parts of their studies at Zagreb’s veterinary faculty as part of a student exchange programme. Besides helping refugees access and continue their education, the faculty will also allow students to complete clinical practice and work at its clinics. Furthermore, it will provide students in need of assistance with both academic and psychological counselling.
Croatia’s national passenger transport, HŽPP, provides free transport to Ukrainian citizens on all routes in the national railway traffic of the Republic of Croatia in the 2nd class of trains. Free tickets for Ukrainian citizens can be issued at the ticket office or on the train by presenting a Ukrainian passport, identity card or a decision on approval of entry into the Republic of Croatia.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs Croatia provides on their page useful information about first reception, rights and obligations under temporary protection status, accommodation, social rights and assistance , health care, employment and education.