Jamiya Project reconnects Syrian academics and students in launch of new pilot university courses for refugees.
● Jamiya Project launched pilot IT course in Amman and Za’atari camp.
Refugees’ Trajectories into Higher Education in Host Countries
Refugees’ Trajectories into Higher Education in Host Countries: When Refugees Get the Opportunity, They Can Learn…but Barriers Need to Be…
Oxford2Calais: An Interview with Alathea Osbourne
Could you explain how it all came about? Was it a group of you who came together? Did you know…
Kiron University – free online university for refugees
Less than 1% of refugees globally have access to higher education.
An Interview with the SOAS Solidarity with Refugees & Displaced Society
An Interview with the President of the SOAS Solidarity with Refugees & Displaced Society, Amira Rady Q. Could you explain how SOAS Solidarity…
Successful Open Days for Refugee and Asylum Seekers at the School of Law, Queen Mary University of London
This February, the School of Law at Queen Mary University in East London held two open days which aimed to provide…
Useful Resources on Entitlements in Higher Education
How does your status affect your application to university?
CARA – The Council for At-Risk Academics
One of the key organisations working across the education and refugees sectors is the Council for At-Risk Academics (CARA). Often cited is…