28 May 2019 | Report

Higher Education for Third Country National and Refugee Integration in Southern Europe

TandEM - Towards Empowered Migrant Youth in Southern Europe

Henriette Stoeber

The comparative, cross-country study reviews the links between integration and higher education policies. It documents the conditions and circumstances for access, retention and completion of higher education for migrants from third countries, including those with a refugee status.

Concrete recommendations to remove barriers and to promote integration are provided for the European and national policy levels, as well as for higher education institutions.

This study report was authored by the European University Association (EUA), under the TandEM project (Towards Empowered Migrant Youth in Southern Europe), which is led by the IOM (International Organization for Migration).

Logo funded by AMIFTandEM is co-funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) of the European Union and implemented by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), in partnership with the European University Association (EUA) and the Italian Islamic Religious Community (COREIS).

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