December 18, 2018



the Center for Strategic Studies at the University of Jordan, under the patronage of His Excellency the President of the University of Jordan Prof. Dr. Abdel-Karim Al-Qudah, held a conference on "The Educational Challenge: Identifying Barriers and Seizing Opportunities in Higher Education for Syrian Refugees in Jordan. Policy Recommendations and Future Strategies"

The primary analysis shows that there are difference as well as compatibilities in the way the Syrian students are treated and in the procedures of their enrollment in the higher education system in Jordan.

 

This study will answer the following:

1.      The educational, economical, and social features of the Syrian students at Jordanís private and public universities.

2.      The issues related to the enrollment process at the Jordanian higher education institutes.

3.      The Syrian students perspective and opinion at the education system in the Jordanian universities.

4.      The reasons behind enrollments in higher education and the challenges facing the Syrian students.

5.      The nature of problems the Syrian students face in the Jordanian universities.

6.      A look to the future and assessment for immigration options.

 This project aims at providing a comprehensive knowledge about the Syrian refugees in the Jordanian universities, and at analyzing the current state of the Syrian refugees registered at the higher education institutes in Jordan. In addition to search in the main issues, which the students face in further education, and the main challenges that had faced them or that might face them in the future.

"The Educational Challenge: Identifying Barriers and Seizing Opportunities in Higher Education for Syrian Refugees in Jordan. Policy Recommendations and Future Strategies" project is implemented by the Center for strategic Studies (CSS)  as part of the Grant scheme of the HOPES project funded by the European Unionís Regional Trust Fund in response to the Syrian Crisis, the ĎMadad Fundí and implemented by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) together with the British Council, Campus France and Nuffic.


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