Study support for Syrian refugees

Study support for Syrian refugees

Germany 01 Jan 2020
DAAD

DAAD

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OPPORTUNITY DETAILS

Nonprofit organization
Area
Host Country
Deadline
01 Jan 2020
Study level
Opportunity type
Opportunity funding
Full funding
Eligible Countries
This opportunity is destined for all countries
Eligible Region
All Regions
  • The HOPES Project (Higher and Further Education Opportunities for Syrians) is an EU-funded project in response to the Syrian crisis. It aims to improve the situation of Syrian refugees who have reached the post-secondary level and to help them continue their education

Syrian youth benefit by improving their learning opportunities and improving their language skills, thus facilitating the path to employment. The project will last for 4 years, from April 2016 to November 2019. The project will be implemented in the participating countries: Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, Egypt and Iraq

The program offers more than 300 full academic scholarships, which will be provided through the Scholarship Fund, advisory services for 42,000 young Syrians, and about 4,000 students from language courses and study skills, which will also be provided under this program.

Interests

  • Cultural exchange and languages

Opportunity targets

  • High school students
  • Bachelor Students

Required Documents

  • Other

Funding: Partial funding
Financing coverage

  • Study fees
  • Participation fees
  • Other

Languages

  • Arabic
  • English

How to Apply:
 For more information on the program, please contact Huelshoerster@daad.de

 Or contact  the participating institutions in the project, which offer several projects within the program, which you can find here and in Arabic here

Contact details
For more information please see the website here, or here in Arabic, or the short description here

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