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Study in Germany

As a refugee, you are eligible to study at a German university, especially when your refugee status is recognized. In terms of applying and gaining admission to a degree program, you will be treated just like any other international student applicant. Many universities also offer special...
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Information for Refugees in Denmark

The University of Copenhagen aims to attract international talents from all over the world. With the belief that refugees constitute a significant resource and that education and quick entry to the labor market is the best option for integration, the university is committed to easing...
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Skilllab

Municipal employment services often struggle to provide effective career advice for refugees. With Skilllab’s skill assessment mobile app, refugees identify and document their professional skills fast and in their native languages and explore professional career pathways they could...
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Action For Refugees in Lewisham

Founded in 2006, AFRIL has helped hundreds of refugees by empowering them to rebuild their lives in the UK.
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myOptions

myOptions was created by a group of former college counselors and combines the unique features of Admittedly and myCollegeOptions into a new, exciting platform for students applying to US universities. Any student can sign up, create a profile to identify what you are (and are not) looking...
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DAAD Database on Admission Requirements

Use this resource to assess your admission requirements to German universities. Enter your country of origin, level/type of education, and your overall mark to calculate your possibility of admission to a German higher education institution.
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