Study abroad to Ukraine has been limited, and only 131 Americans studied there in 2011-12, according to information from the Institute of International Education. The Eastern European Study Abroad program, however, does have a program currently operating in Kharkiv, which is in eastern Ukraine. The program posted an update on Thursday saying that the students were doing well, that local universities were all operating, and that the program was "taking all necessary measurements to maintain a safe environment for all EESA participants." That update was posted before the Russian invasion of Crimea, however. The program did not respond to an email request for more current information on the Americans in Kharkiv.
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