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Refugees in higher education : a Better prepared to the University of

more and more Refugees enrol in regular degree programmes. Since 2015 have enrolled at German universities, over 10,000 new immigrants from countries such as Sy

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Refugees in higher education : a Better prepared to the University of

more and more Refugees enrol in regular degree programmes. Since 2015 have enrolled at German universities, over 10,000 new immigrants from countries such as Syria and Afghanistan. In the winter semester 2017/18 nearly 3000 Refugees had managed to make the jump to the Uni or FH. A year later, it was even more: Approximately 3800 people with refugee backgrounds have enrolled.

in 2016, only 1100 registered Refugees have been reported. 78 percent of the currently Enrolled are studying in Bachelor's, 20 percent in the Master and 1.7 percent in doctoral programs. The findings of a recently published survey by the German rectors ' conference (HRK) among its members.

More 5200 are in preliminary courses

prospective Refugees, the universities are increasingly offering courses for study preparation. To all of Berlin's universities, for example, there are language courses with different areas of focus for the MINT subjects (mathematics, Informatics, natural Sciences, engineering) or the Humanities, law, social Economics and business courses. Nationwide 5200 prospective students and students with flight experience in the winter semester of 2018/19, according to HRK in such preparatory measures started.

When you access the Advisory services of the universities – often with the assistance of interpreters to help. In the current Semester, over 27,000 individual consultations took place, were reported by the universities - as many as never before. The offerings were expanded with funds from the Federal government and the länder. That Refugees move increasingly from the orientation programmes of the universities in the Bachelor, Master and doctoral programmes, was a "success of the individual counselling in the universities", said HRK-President Peter-André Alt.

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