As it says on the tin – STAR’s comprehensive guide on how to campaign for Equal Access to Higher Education for refugees at your university. For more information on the Equal Access campaign, please click here.
This is Article 26’s comprehensive guide for universities, published in 2014, which aims to assist Higher Education institutions to fully support a student from an asylum seeking background. Using case studies from the real experiences of Article 26 students, it contains a whole host of information about the asylum process, a student’s rights and entitlements whilst they are seeking asylum and a list of organisations where universities can access further information, advice and support.
This fact sheet provides information on access to higher education but applies only to those studying in England.
RSN’s ‘Thinking Ahead to Higher Education’ Toolkit has been designed for young people living in the UK who are unsure about how their immigration status will affect their access to university. Full of useful information and practical guidance, it enables displaced young people to plan their progression into higher education and is a helpful reference tool for their teachers, careers advisors and support workers. Follow the link above to find out more and order your copy.
Right to Remain have prepared this as a guide to the UK immigration and asylum system, to help you better understand the complexities (of which there are many). It gives an overview of the legal system and procedures, with detailed information on rights and options at key stages, and actions you can take in support of your claim, or to help someone else.