Practices in Higher Education admissions: Recognising qualifications and admission of refugees
The admission processes that refugees and asylum seekers face when willing to study in Europe are often very arduous, including lack of information, advice and individual guidance for specific needs. There is often a lack of documents, limited knowledge on the host country’s educational system as well as restricted access to governmental funding. Here below you will find a list of resources on the topic of recognition and admission procedures for refugees and asylum seekers:
In addition, UK NARIC and NOKUT have partnered in a project to develop common European process for refugees. Mote information here.
More information on the Norwegian approach to recognising qualifications to refugees can be found at http://www.eaie.org/blog/refugees-qualifications/. About general information on qualifications for refugees, please click here.
Test for Foreign Students (TestAS), Germany
List of inspiring practices gathered by the European Commission
Here you can access the list of inspiring practices related to the Recognition of skills, access to HE and Integration of Researchers in HE.