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Student Refugees

Do you have refugee status and wish to access higher education? Find the information you need on Student Refugees, and ask for a personal guide to help you along the way. Student Refugees is a student-driven project assisting people with a refugee status to access higher education programs in Denmark, and supporting them after they have been accepted.

Together Project

Together Project connects refugee newcomers and Canadians to build stronger, more integrated communities. They match welcome groups of five or more volunteers with newly arrived refugees for friendship and social support.

Refugee Support Network

Refugee Support Network provides a range of services which help 15-25 year olds seeking safety in the UK to get into, stay in, and do well in education. The services offered include educational mentoring, specialist educational support, higher education mentoring, and more.

Trampoline House

Trampoline House is an independent community center in Copenhagen that provides refugees and asylum seekers in Denmark with a place of support, community, and purpose. Their vision is an asylum system where everyone can work, live, and participate in society, through Job training and Education, Democratic Practice, System awareness and counseling, Social networking, and Strategic Partnerships. Every year, Trampoline House's community includes 200 asylum seeking interns/job trainees, 180 volunteers, 40 student interns, 2 job trainees, and about 1,000 visitors and guests!


ECE® Aid is a charitable initiative developed by Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. to provide fee waivers for educational credential reports for vulnerable populations. While the ECE® Aid program initially launched with the intention of opening the door to education for refugees and asylum seekers, the scope has expanded to include those with temporary protected status, special immigrant status, and those affected by natural disasters or extreme hardship. ECE selects experienced, trusted agencies and institutions to distribute fee waiver vouchers to qualifying immigrants. ECE does not provide complimentary reports directly to individuals. ECE® Aid recipients receive the same trusted, high-quality, evaluation reports and customer service both students and higher education institutions have come to expect from ECE.

Hamburg, Germany - A Preliminary Case Study of Refugees in Towns

Unlike our other case studies, this project in Hamburg, Germany focused dominantly on one domain of integration - housing - and was not conducted by a localized researcher. We feel the findings are nonetheless important and compelling, revealing critical good practices and challenges with refugee integration. Additionally, a localized perspective was achieved through the depth of the connection to Hamburg by MIT's International Service and Technology Initiative.

This work is a case study of the Refugees in Towns (RIT) Project of the Feinstein International Center (FIC) at the Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy.


EdSeed is a crowdfunding social network connecting students with donors and mentors who support their higher education and journey to economic independence.

Higher Education and Displaced People: A Guide for UK Universities

This report sets out the steps universities are taking to support the needs of displaced learners. It also suggests ways in which they can further enhance their impact working with and for displaced communities.
It draws together existing advice and guidance, and highlights good practice that can be used to inform the development of new strategic approaches to the challenge of access to higher education for displaced learners.

JUMA Refugees Map Services

This map is the realization of the services in Italy that are aimed at asylum seekers and holders of international and humanitarian protection. The services include, but are not limited to, shelter, health care, education, and work orientation.

Perspektiven - Studium

Created by the Swiss Students' Association, Perspektiven - Studium is a resource for prospective refugee students in Switzerland to learn about entry requirements, finances, the Swiss education system, and languages. The website gives specific information on the different situations in the country's 26 cantons, and higher education institutions. Although the website is only in German at the moment, the association plans to translate the content into English and French as soon as possible! This is the first nationwide information portal of its kind.