A student’s attempt to get a master’s degree shows the obstacles blocking refugees from reaching their educational goals.
The number of Syrian students seeking scholarships and the number of scholarships available are drastically imbalanced.
Some entrepreneurs believe universities tailored to Syrian refugees could help the “lost generation.” But skeptics abound.
A Syrian organization supports Syrian students’ education in Lebanon but in a controversial way—using the Syrian curriculum.
Informal schools operated out of people’s homes are replacing government institutions ravaged by war.
A multicultural effort based in Germany is trying to remove the barriers facing refugee youth who seek higher education.
Some refugees are unable to afford costs associated with getting undergraduate degrees or to pay fees for masters’ or doctoral degrees, leaving them in limbo.
A student brought up in a refugee camp encounters life without restrictions, and contemplates its meaning.
Syrian academics can stay in their country at great risk, or flee to potential unemployment elsewhere.
A Brussels conference became a brainstorming session for those trying to make sure refugee youth get the higher education that they need.