Ukrainians in France

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There are 35,000 (2004) people resident in France identified as ethnic Ukrainians in 2004.[no citations needed here]

It is difficult to get an idea of the number of Ukrainians in France because there is no census and they are not obliged to declare to the consulate.

Student mobility to France

The number of long-term visas to study in France has almost quadrupled in 10 years, from a hundred visas (long-stay studies) per year in the late 1990s to over 100 today. The aspirations of Ukrainian students are varied and cover all disciplines: business or management, natural sciences (especially physics and chemistry), art and design, French, humanities and social sciences, legal sciences, architecture, engineering sciences.[1]

French language in Ukraine

The Alliance française of Dnipropetrovsk, founded in 1992, now has more than 700 learners of making it in French, with the French Alliance of Odessa, the most major of Ukraine (about 10 extant) . It hosts on its premises CampusFrance and every year and receives Eastern and over a hundred students Eager to continue their training in France.[1]

Ukrainian asylum seekers

After this first wave of Ukrainian asylum seekers already installed in EU countries, the largest number of applications comes now Ukrainians who have arrived legally. They do not make their request in neighboring countries, such as Poland and other eastern states, but Germany, France and Italy, adds Timothy Cooper. As regards visa policy, the specialist reminded that this is a national competence, and that "joint reflection" on a sensitive subject was always unlikely. [2]

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