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Supporting forced migrants into higher education

25 January 2018

The Article 26 project, which equips universities to develop and implement scholarships for asylum-seeking students, has just launched a set of guiding principles which provide the foundations for any sanctuary initiative designed to support the success of forced migrants in higher education. 

These new guiding principles will help universities to establish, sustain and grow their scholarships and other initiatives to facilitate the educational progression of asylum seekers and refugees within their institutions.

Read about the guiding principles and other useful resources here

If you're a young asylum seeker or refugee who has questions about getting to university, click here to find out how our higher education team can help you. We also offer advice and training to practitioners, including university staff, who want to support asylum seekers and refugees to access, remain and progress in higher education. 

Find out how RSN's higher education team can help you

Categories: Higher education
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