5 February 2019
Higher Education English Access Programme HEEAP
The courses are designed by the British Council but delivered in and by the staff of partner institutions. The aims of the programme are to give students the English they need to complete their degrees, start new academic degree programmes and contribute to the reconstruction of Syria post-conflict. Seventy per cent of course participants are refugees from Syria and thirty per cent are local, as selected by the institution and HOPES.
In Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey, HOPES is offering university-aged refugees from Syria and local students one hundred hours of English training and English certification through partnerships with universities and other educational institutions.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- English language
Syrian and jourdanian students registered with UNHCR are currently enrolled in a university in Jourdan to study.
Each round consists of:
- 100 hours of English language training.
- Special workshops within these lessons which focus on how to apply for scholarships and using of English at the university.
- An online course designed to improve your English skills and enhance your chances of working (in addition to 100 hours).
- Students are subjected to Aptis test and given a follow-up statement (after completing the English language sessions and online course).
You must meet the following criteria:
- Be 18 years of age or older.
- A student who is currently enrolled in the university or plans to pursue his university studies.
- Be able to attend classes regularly in the partner institution.
- To be of a Syrian.
- In the case of Syria, be registered with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)or have left Syria since 2011.
The Online Placement Test, 100-hour face-to-face course, books, online Select course and Aptis test are all provided by HOPES with funding from the EU Madad Fund.
Fill in the application here.
You must be subject to a placement test to determine the level of English language classes that are appropriate for you.
- The time and place of the test will be determined at a later stage.
- Note: Students who have submitted the application are only entitled to a placement test.
After evaluating the language level, selected students will be invited.
Please note that we will do our best to accommodate all students but that priority is given to those who need classes in English to pursue their studies and to those who are registered with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
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This Scholarship Published by:
” Mohammed Nour Allah Kseibati / Syria “
Reviewed by” Eya hachouch/ Tunisia ”
MARJ3 Scholarships team