×

Access to higher education for young refugees: training for practitioners

1 December 2017

Contact Saliha Majeed-Hajaj to find out the date of our next London-based training session, or see the attachment below for more information about in house training packages.

Higher education funding opportunities for asylum seekers

1 December 2016

Education enables refugees to build more hopeful and secure futures for themselves and their communities, yet just 1% of refugee youth around the world make it to university.

Refugee access to higher education in low-resource environments: research study

1 December 2016

Working in partnership with Jigsaw Consult, we have recently completed a year-long study that contributes to forming a better understanding of how higher education can be provided effectively to refugees in low-resource environments.

Appeal Rights Exhausted young people facing forced removal to Afghanistan: A guide for practitioners

1 August 2016

This guide aims to equip UK-based practitioners to better support ARE young Afghans, bringing together practical learning from both the UK and Kabul-based streams of our Youth on the Move programme.

After Return: documenting the experiences of young people forcibly removed to Afghanistan

1 April 2016

After Return documents the experiences of former child asylum seekers who have been forcibly removed to Afghanistan after turning 18, filling a vital evidence gap in their education, employment, health and wellbeing outcomes. (Download the report and the accompanying policy recommendations at the bottom of this page). 

NHS Bursaries: Increasing access to HE for asylum seekers and those with Limited Leave to Remain

1 February 2015

This briefing has been produced by in partnership with Article 26. The document outlines the different rights and entitlements for people with Refugee Status, those with temporary status and asylum seekers awaiting a decision on their application for status, specifically in relation to the feasibility of their studying on an NHS degree programme. 

Thinking Ahead to Higher Education toolkit

1 January 2014

RSN's 'Thinking ahead about higher education' toolkit brings together all the expertise and experience we have built up through this programme. Full of useful information and practical guidance, we hope it will enable young asylum seekers, refugees and other migrants to plan their progression into higher education and that it will be a useful reference tool for their teachers, careers advisors and support workers.

Inclusion through art

1 May 2013

Inclusion through art provides practical guidelines for organisations that seek to improve their engagement with young refugees and asylum seekers through developing participatory arts and media projects.

"I just want to study": access to higher education for young refugees and asylum seekers

1 December 2012

RSN's report "I just want to study" shows the extent of the barriers faced by young asylum seekers and refugees trying to access university. Launched in 2012, "I just want to study" highlights the fact that while education for young people in countries such as Afghanistan and Iraq is seen as a priority for the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID), when these young people come to the UK they are excluded from higher education.

Broken Futures: young Afghan asylum seekers in the UK and on return to their country of origin

1 October 2012

Broken Futures documents the experiences of young Afghans who become Appeal Rights Exhausted (ARE) and face the possibility of forced removal to Kabul. This report was originally published in October 2012 as part of UNHCR's New Issues in Refugee Research series.

Refugee Support Network is a charity registered in England & Wales under charity number 1132509 and company number 06879651 at 1st Floor, The Salvation Army Building, London NW10 4JJ. We use cookies to improve your experience using this website. To learn more, read our privacy policy.
Built with Hubble | Login to manage your website