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Asylum seekers offered a lifeline by a London university

13 July 2018
An article about university scholarships cites RSN's research and our calls for more financial support to help asylum seekers access higher education

Higher education for refugee youth: what can universities do to help?

20 April 2018
In spite of its benefits to individuals and communities, just 1% of refugees make it to higher education. What should universities be doing about it?

Aisha: fighting for a university education

19 March 2018

As sixth form winds to a close many young people are looking to the next step, university. But for some, worries about getting the required grades are just a part of their uncertainty about the future. 

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. 

RSN in Al-Fanar Media: Bridging a gap in education support for refugees

8 January 2018

What do we prioritise in our work and research? How do we bridge the gap between the UK and overseas? What difference does educational support make? We talked to Al-Fanar Media about our history, work and ethos. 

New project! Specialist higher education support work

4 January 2018

This new component of our higher education programme aims to enable young refugees, asylum seekers and survivors of trafficking who are facing barriers in accessing higher education to overcome these obstacles and move forward in their education through face-to-face specialist advice, guidance and support. And read on for information about a great event at KCL that we'll be part of in February. 

How can asylum seekers get to university?

3 January 2013
The barriers to accessing higher education can seem too difficult to overcome but getting the right information can help you plan for your future.
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